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October 27th, 2022 • 3h 49m

1498: Junk Fees

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Triple damage sounds like a hamburger. You're right.
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Adam curry, John C. Dvorak, Sunday, October 27 2022. This is
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your award winning keep our nation media assassination
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episode 1498.
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This is no agenda.
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Celebrating 15 years of stellar producers and broadcasting live
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from the heart of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region
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number six. Morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry
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cannon from Northern Silicon Valley where everybody
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celebrating 15 years of exclusive news analysis. I'm
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Jesse
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Buzzkill. We need the bombastic NBC News for your thing.
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exclusive news and analysis.
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Yeah, pretty much.
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We had one of those some point. Yeah, we did. Bang Bang,
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Bang Bang Bang.
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Yeah, bombastic. I don't remember what's called Hey,
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John.
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Congratulations out on 15 years of hard walk, walk.
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You got one large work. You got one line? That's right. 15 years
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and they never had a fight? Yes, indeed. Of course, we are really
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celebrating the 1000s Probably more than 10,000 producers who
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have produced this show throughout the past 15 years.
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I'm certainly continue to do so yeah, the value for value model
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too cold. Alright, enough with the value for value model took
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hold, people started to understand it. And that's how
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the entire infrastructure was built from our servers to our
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CDN to our websites to the multitude of places people
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congregate, spin off
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sites, spin offs,
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some of some of come some have gone. We've had been, there's
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been some wonderful, weird experiments that people have
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tried. Then here we are. And it's crazier than ever. I just I
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just don't know where to start anymore.
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Well, I know where to start. Well, so do I. But where do you
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want to start? I want to start with something that's curious.
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And I don't think we've we have not discussed it. I don't think
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anyone's Disgust is about COVID. Okay. And, and it showed up at
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the dinner table, and it actually showed up with Mimi,
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about starting about a month ago. And now I find that JC and
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then I guess I'm LM is involved. Jessie. Oh, Mimi, of all these
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all this folk have had COVID and they got it before that, you
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know, they get the early version. Shot. The good one, the
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good one. They get the real COVID Yeah. Not to see how much
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more money we can make COVID including the JC had the COVID
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cough, which is Oh, yeah. Brightening.
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I had to cope. Well. Not that bad. But I did have a lingering
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cough after the second. Yeah. Yeah, lingering.
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They've all developed a wheat allergy. Really, Mimi's wheat
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allergy is completely out of control. Now she's at the point
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where she can't even get close to it because she's afraid she's
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gonna go into anaphylactic shock. She got hives the last
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time Oh, my goodness, got a little bit of wheat in her. And
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then I brought we brought this up at a table JC mentioned that
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he's been having issues with wheat. And Jesse, of course, has
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a lot of different allergies. So this was not like a standout for
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her. Yeah, but the fact that JC who you know, had COVID Because
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he had COVID cough. And Mimi had COVID. And she thinks she had
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long COVID Because it took forever to get over it. With a
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long fatigue. It's not got these wheat allergies. I'm just
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throwing this out there. Because I'm wondering if anybody else
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who says we got we probably have 10s of 1000s of people that
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listen to this show now who have
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this or have this Yeah. Oh, more than 10s of 1000s have
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had Yeah, well they have COVID some of them may have picked
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this up and they don't know why. And I'm just telling you this
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seems to be the coincidence and I would like to hear from them
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in some way shape or form and then maybe we should get this
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become a public domain issue.
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As I said this, this is probably some of the worst news I could
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ever hear. And I'm very happy I have not developed an allergy
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for weed. I mean that would take me down
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not weed. Oh, I'm
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sorry. I was scared for a minute there. Sorry just to get you
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going just to get you going.
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So yeah, it's problematic because you have
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Matic no less Hello
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have pasta, you can't do this. You can't do that. No, it's a
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huge plus possible when we're discussing this spitballing it,
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we're discussing this and is, is CISM Americans eat brominated
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wheat or Weast is not brominated. But there's other
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chemicals are used to cure it as opposed to dry it to normally
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aging at Yeah, like they might do in Europe in some specialty
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shops where they have really real wheat. And it's, it may be
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the contaminants or the processing that is the problem.
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Oh, that could be that could easily be you gotta get some
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quality wheat,
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which you're not going to get? No,
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I'm sorry to hear that. And maybe even more sorry. Now, I
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don't know the UN I don't need to know the status of
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vaccination within your family. I mean, you and I. Okay, so then
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we're all in the same boat.
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Almost everyone who will die from COVID This year will not be
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up to date on their shots. Or they will not have taken Peck
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SLOVAN when they got sick.
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Regardless, bro.
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That was the pack slow, but he's got to get that plug in. What
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kind of
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isn't that horrible? It's so blatant. So really blatant. The
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the ads are ads are now the ads are coming now
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for PAX. Lovitt No, no, no, no
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Mads for. What did I have here? I had. Where's it here Madonna.
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Madonna has an ad running. I think they're sponsoring the
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latest series of jeopardy.
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We're all sick of COVID-19. But it was the third leading cause
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of death in the US and it's still making people really sick.
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The COVID-19 updated boosters are here. They help protect
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against multiple variants all in one shop. Make eight yours get
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boosted this fall.
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So that's their slogan, make it yours. Make it your booster. And
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I think this is probably intentional. Because that's
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that's the long term goal is you will have boosters that will be
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tailored for you for your ails ailments. For your issues for
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your anxiety. We can reprogram you get an update, literally the
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signs at CVS, say get your update your COVID shot today
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update.
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Well I like the idea of running update into the vernacular.
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Yeah, of course. Well, we've we've been where you get
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updates. And we've been watching this beautiful software fix.
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It's all you need. Oh, you need a software fixes. Then of
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course, none of date then of course is part of the campaign.
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Because notice they don't have an RSV vaccine yet or there is
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one I think what they're saying oh, there's no vaccines, so I'm
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I'm expecting that to show up. But this isn't about RSV. This
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is about promoting the updated COVID vaccine.
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So Jen, let's start with the RSV what is the latest concerning
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hospitalizations with that?
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So Robin think of that under the umbrella of flu like illness
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affecting children in the pediatric age group. One of them
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is RSV. The other one enterovirus, it could be
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influenza. Bottom line hospitals are being inundated right now,
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with children who need respiratory support. They're
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seeing the highest rates in two years. And right now over 70% of
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the estimated 40,000 pediatric hospital beds are full.
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That's actually a low amount. This is very interesting. We
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know we know from the health care professionals that any
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department wants to run it 95 to do basically 100% for
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efficiency. So now there's 77% I think that just trying to get
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more jack it up.
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Hey, you're killing it always reassign beds. The that's funny
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though, what's interesting in that report is that they
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actually gave it an actual number as opposed to
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overflowing.
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Oh wait, there's more
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with children with these kinds of respiratory illnesses. So
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they're getting things like supportive oxygen therapy, maybe
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some inhalers, some IV therapy, and if they have a super
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bacterial infection on top of that virus, then they're also
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getting antibiotics. So hospitals are definitely feeling
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Oh, yes. Horrible. Yes. Well, let's throw some some stuff on.
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This is this is she says something very interesting in
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this clip, because of course now now the flu is back. Everybody
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knows the flu was back on top of that
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flu season.
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Making an early comeback early. Come.
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Don't call it a comeback. Yep. And
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Robin, you've been hearing me say this now for over 10 years
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flu has a PR problem in this country because
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I love this flu has a PR problem in this country. That's right.
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They had no PR. Two years ago, zero, they have negative PR. But
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who's responsible for the PR media?
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And Robin, you've been hearing me say this now for over 10
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years flu has a PR problem in this country because we think
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it's just a bad cold influenza kills 10s of 1000s of Americans
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every single year. As we're seeing cases go up earlier than
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they have in the past, not really a surprise because we're
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more out and about. So just look at the increase. Last week, just
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over 1600 Flu related hospitalizations in this country
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up just over 300 from the week prior and 100.
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With this decent home numbers, that's nothing. Remember
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to remember, about a year ago, year and a half ago, we had some
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clips from some researchers that were looking into the well
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accepted number of 30,000 Flu deaths every year. Yes. And you
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could find no evidence for this number. This number is just a
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generally accepted number that has no basis in fact,
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Hey, man, it's Good Morning America, you shut your mouth,
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just over 300 from the week prior. So we're seeing that
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curve go up earlier in the season, you know, at this point
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in October than we do usually in every year.
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So the reason why the flu had just has no good PR is because
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all the PR has shifted to a very poorly named PR initiative.
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Triple Demmick It's a phrase that we're hearing.
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Can you explain that?
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I thought try Demmick would be much better than triple Demmick.
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And what do you think we didn't we weren't I
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always thought it should have been tried to make more sense.
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And it's scarier triple Demmick it's like a like a triple decker
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bus. I think I got triple triple
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teacher Pam Berbick is triple Demick. Is those you mean try
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Demick is scarier? Yeah, try Demmick has more no triple
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damage sounds like a hamburger, you're right, triple
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Demmick It's a phrase that we're hearing.
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Can you explain that? What that means? So
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so that means that we have to keep our eyes on multiple
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pathogens, multiple respiratory viruses at the same time. So
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we're talking about COVID-19, influenza, and RSV and these
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other viruses that are making children sick. And remember, a
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lot of children have not been in schools without masks for two
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years. So they don't have natural immunity built up
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against these pathogens, but multiple things all coalescing
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as the weather gets colder and people are more indoors.
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And of course you'd expect the follow up to be well, isn't it
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because of the lockdown so it wasn't there someone to blame
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for that? No, no, no follow up. By the way, just as an aside
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before I play the last clip in this series, what happened to
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monkey pox
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monkey pipe which was a flop.
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So parents are watching right now they want to know Hey, Dr.
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Jim, what
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can we do to protect our time, Dr. Jane? Well, first of all
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know what the symptoms of respiratory distress arm when
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you're talking about young children and infants, lethargy,
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difficulty breathing, you might see their nostrils flare as they
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try to breathe their ribs moving more vigorously in terms of
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prevention, sneezing or coughing into your elbow. Remember that
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maneuver is important hand hygiene keeping your hands clean
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staying home if you are sick. And remember Robin we have safe
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and effective vaccines against influenza and COVID 19 Children
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should use those vaccines those boosters if parents have any
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questions, talk to their pediatrician. So it's
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just a really long drawn out commercial. Amo same
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old with especially with this. Oh there let the sergeant kids
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what are not very good with the sniffles. And he's who happens
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to be lethargic, take him to the hospital. So let's I have a
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similar clip from NPR which are little probably less. They're
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probably just different. I know that I've noticed this over
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time. We
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love NPR that they're the most fun to make most of the great to
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make fun of I mean, it's just
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yeah. COVID Winter surge triple threat. One
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COVID is still spreading. An active flu season is upon us
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early. And now hospitals are filling a surge of RSV virus are
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really early October, end of October. Seems like it's on time
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was
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July, I'd say yeah.
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risk cases, particularly in children. Joining us to help
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explain all of this. Maybe it's just early for the midterms is
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Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, Director of the Division of infectious
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diseases at the University of Alabama, Birmingham School of
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Medicine. Dr. Thanks for joining us. Sure, it's
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less good to be here.
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So I hate to repeat this cliche, but some public health officials
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are calling this a perfect storm of diseases. What are you most
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concerned about at this point?
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So you just mentioned what are probably the three most
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important components of what might constitute a winter surge
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of respiratory viruses. And I'll talk a little bit about each of
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those. And you mentioned them individually. challenges that
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these are viruses that are coming at us against a
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background of us letting down our societal guard against
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COVID. Right so this is the first winter really where people
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Well, I think are feeling confident enough and protected
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enough to really drop their masks and get out and mingle. So
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you already have a situation where people are going to be
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vulnerable to infection.
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No, I hear this this report. Here we go. And I think wow,
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they must I think they're actually gauging this by how
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Howard Stern is responding to Howard Stern says I'm going to
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go to New York on beat do my first show from the studio. In
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two years I haven't been out of the house which I believe to be
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true. Probably it's gonna be with Bruce Springsteen because
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the boss convinced him the boss Yeah, I see. So he announces
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that it's supposed to happen on Monday I think like oh man
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Stern's coming out like the groundhog we got to scare him
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back into his whole triple Demmick Howard triple damage bro
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The other thing that's interesting is you listen to
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this report is they tried now they're blaming the public for
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triple damage
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it's Republican public please get it and get it well,
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the Republicans but the public at large because they're letting
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their guards down. So we already know and the research has shown
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that the mask is bullshit for that, especially for these
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viruses the viruses are too small. So the mat unless you're
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wearing one of those gas masks, you know from World War One that
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would
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probably you're not even allowed to wear those on the plane. So
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like,
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I know you can't of course you can't wear him on the plane
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because it's very suspicious to kind of know so we're letting
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our guards down we're actually going outside first first they
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blame us for then they'll do this. The next guy got two more
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clips they're blaming blaming the kids themselves because they
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were they were masked up and they were at home and they were
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not getting their own natural immunity was not building up
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because they were being read lines down stupid. So it's their
16:57
fault for not for doing what they were told. And now it's
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everybody's fault for for not relaxing a little bit. The whole
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thing makes no sense. is fresh air good for you or not?
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But this is what's so beautiful about it despite all the
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evidence Despite the massive counter narrative going more and
17:20
more mainstream every day. They will not waver they will
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continue to go to where people down and I think history shows
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the elites and certainly leadership such as we're seeing
17:33
in the world now that's a successful strategy just keep
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saying it keep wearing them down ignore everything don't care
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keep going
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yeah, no no yeah no. No right No Yeah, no it's very successful
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and but it there's also an element of milking the getting
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the last few
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drops that's what makes it so beautiful. And we got
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a few more come on we're not getting out everyone's getting
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this is the stupid new shot. You know, and then they and
18:04
unfortunate now it's leaking you know, the experts are coming out
18:08
of the woodwork saying well, you know, the shot doesn't maybe we
18:11
need this not really working the shots no good. Oh, we don't need
18:15
that guy. Control.
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Did you see that? We lost Ashton Carter. Remember him?
18:25
I heard something about this.
18:26
It was it was the defense secretary under Obama. And he
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was he was 68 So wait, let me see. Let me see if it was
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suddenly Let me see. Yes. Now because you know sometimes you
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read now Yeah. died of a heart attack Monday evening.
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No, no signs. Can we clean that guy up claim that problems?
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Probably. I'm guessing. Guessing. The Vax probably just
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guessing. You gotta be careful.
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You gotta be careful. I mean, you know, Megyn Kelly, her
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sister 58 died suddenly. Heart I think I think was a heart
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attack. But she had a lot
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of health issues. Though, if you have a lot of health issues. I'm
19:09
not gonna Exactly, exactly. Alright.
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Sorry. That's a
19:12
problem with COVID in particular, because
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unfortunately, we are hearing just in the last couple of weeks
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of the continuing emergence of new variants and remember,
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variants are a problem because they have mutations in the place
19:28
on the virus where antibodies doc right. antibodies that you
19:33
get from
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them Me, me, me, me, me. Dacheng Beep Beep, beep Dagang Baby,
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baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby.
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I have not heard this medical term yet. I'm glad I'm glad NPR
19:47
is bringing it to the forefront
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are antibodies doc, right. So the antibodies that you get from
19:53
a vaccine or that we give you as a monoclonal antibody, if the
19:58
virus mutates enough there Are aren't going to work. And
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unfortunately, it looks like for a couple of these new variants,
20:06
particularly the BQ lineages, that's going to be a problem. So
20:11
it's worrisome in that, you know, COVID continues to
20:15
confound us with these mutations. And so were really,
20:19
really, really, really, really, really closely watching that.
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You also mentioned the flu. Did you want me to talk about?
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I did, because it's come upon us early. Real quickly, though.
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It's come upon us early. Hold on, stop this show. I'm going to
20:37
consult the book of knowledge. Typical flu season. Okay. Just
20:45
make sure we know, in the this is from the book of knowledge,
20:48
hold on a second, make sure that we do this officially. Here,
20:53
where is it? Where's my book of knowledge? Where's the cover?
20:57
Ah, there it is. So this would be what they want reflected in
21:05
their news reporting.
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Sorry, I'm failing here. In the United States, the flu season is
21:17
considered October through May.
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So there you go. Considering considering this meme is in two
21:30
different news reports we're playing but I've heard it all
21:32
over. Yeah, we had three. Okay, we had three or two different
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ones. So we have three so far. And and it's playing everywhere.
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And I don't know. But I look at the calendar. It's almost
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November,
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really, really, really, really, really, really closely watching
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that. You also mentioned the flu. Did you want me to talk
21:50
about what
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I did, because it's come upon us early. Real quickly, though. Let
21:55
me go to RSV, first. That virus because it's surging in the
22:02
right order, especially being hard hit, that's like this. Any
22:07
idea why? Sure.
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So it's the respiratory syncytial virus. And it is a
22:12
virus that actually most kids get by the age of two, they
22:17
start dealing with other kids at daycare, and it's it's a very,
22:20
very good bet that your kids, one of your kids very first
22:23
viral infections in the respiratory tract is going to be
22:25
RSV. The problem is that our society has had very little
22:30
collective immunity opportunities to generate
22:33
collective immunity in the last three years, right. In fact,
22:35
some people are calling this a pandemic immunity gap. Kids have
22:39
not been in school, they have not been in daycare, so they
22:42
have not had the chance not just to get infected, but to create a
22:46
start of antibodies as as little kids.
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Now that's interesting. She said some folks, which means my
22:53
handlers are calling this the immunity gap. And I indeed have
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read this I think in the New York Times the immunity gap so
23:00
that's there's endemic immunity gap. Yeah, I don't like that
23:03
part. I like the well, I guess they have Yeah,
23:06
like immunity. Yeah. Because it sounds like a rock band
23:15
could work could work could see it.
23:19
So they're blaming the kids now. Well, are they have those
23:22
nasties that Daisy net on resources that they set up?
23:28
Except in certain states, you know, like Florida and these
23:30
other smart states have decided against some of these ideas.
23:34
Yeah. And now the kids so now they're getting this disease
23:38
that they should have gotten already. Anyway. I don't know.
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Do you know? Do you know who which country? Did even less
23:47
preventative measures then? Florida, Sweden. Any
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Scandinavian countries that
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coat Gold Coast or someplace like that? Haiti? Oh, yeah.
23:56
Right. It
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was Haley did nothing and someone sent me a clip nothing
24:00
but also they got nothing, just like no one got no one source.
24:04
And I think you know, hey, we can't have that example out
24:07
there. Call up barbecue. Tell him to torch the place. So we
24:12
can come in and shoot these people up. You watch. That's
24:15
next you're gonna see it? Oh, because of the gangs, you know,
24:18
severe shortage of COVID 19 vaccines? Mm hmm. We're gonna
24:22
help you Haiti.
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Don, where would clip three.
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So you're getting toddlers and infants now who are being
24:29
exposed to this end getting it in very high numbers. And some
24:34
of them are gonna get really sick. Most of them do. Okay, can
24:37
be scary, but some of them actually end up being
24:40
hospitalized. The problem with RSV is we don't have a vaccine
24:43
for it and we really don't have any effective treatment. So it's
24:47
very, can be very scary for families and parents. Yeah.
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Okay. So now let's go to the flu because it has come early. Some
24:54
parts of the country getting hit especially in the South.
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About this So it's an interesting flu years some of
25:02
the same factors that are creating this pandemic immunity
25:06
gap that I mentioned for RSV are operative with the flu right.
25:11
Every year we are exposed to the flu and even if we're vaccinated
25:14
we may not be protected we know that the rate of protection from
25:17
the vaccine
25:18
lady we know it's how vaccines work these days Yeah, well you
25:21
get vaccinated might not work this is
25:25
this might kill you.
25:26
We know we know how this works. Right?
25:28
So every year we are exposed to the flu and even if we're
25:31
vaccinated we may not be protected.
25:33
I know man as a kid. You knew you got these vaccines like I'm
25:37
not gonna die a polio or whatever else. I'm not gonna get
25:41
rabies, diptheria it dip the area. Who needs that dip, dip
25:47
dip dip, and you knew it. But now it's like, ah, isn't it? We
25:51
know it's not gonna work? Well, that's not. That's a new story,
25:53
lady,
25:53
right? So every year we are exposed to the flu and even if
25:57
we're vaccinated, we may not be protected. We know that the rate
26:00
of protection from the vaccine can range from anywhere from 20
26:05
to 60%. We haven't really been exposed to the flu very much
26:09
last year we've the last two years we know the numbers of
26:12
cases have been very low. And what we might see
26:16
no what No, the cases were 00.
26:21
Let's stop right there for a second to she says we weren't
26:26
exposed to the flu for the last two years. How does that work?
26:29
Because it wasn't there we ruined comes and goes and comes
26:32
and goes every year comes around your house,
26:35
your house and your mask that you wear in your house under the
26:37
covers that gives you magical protection. So I didn't get
26:42
the flu disappeared? You don't take it was just miscalculated
26:46
or it was like people that got the flu and maybe had some
26:49
issues they
26:50
weren't or may call the COVID. Exactly, exactly.
26:55
We haven't really been exposed to the flu very much last year
26:58
we've the last two years we know the numbers of cases have been
27:02
very low.
27:03
Even says we know the numbers of cases. Well, they've never told
27:06
us they've never given us anything other than zero anyway.
27:08
And and fucking
27:10
last few years, we know the numbers of cases have been very
27:13
low. And what we might see is what Australia and the southern
27:18
hemisphere saw during their winter, which just ended, they
27:22
saw a very early flu season with a lot higher numbers of cases
27:27
and hospitalizations. And that's almost certainly because again,
27:31
we haven't had the opportunity to
27:33
hold on a second. How come there hasn't been massive death deaths
27:39
in Australia, who due to the seasonality of their locale,
27:44
could not get the updated booster in time. That was six
27:47
months ago. How come we don't have massive, massive Dez Hey,
27:52
hey, hey, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. They
27:54
saw a very early flu season with a lot higher numbers of both
27:58
cases and hospitalizations. And that's almost certainly because
28:03
again, we haven't had the opportunity creat to create
28:06
collective immunity. And we really haven't had the
28:09
opportunity. Oh,
28:09
no, no, but there's the lie tell there's the lie. Tell the lie
28:14
tell is the up talk actually immunity. She hasn't done that
28:17
throughout the whole thing. She's given us a couple of write
28:19
ups given us a couple of write write listens.
28:22
That's they saw a very early flu season with a lot higher numbers
28:29
of both cases and hospitalizations. And that's
28:33
almost certainly because again, we haven't had the opportunity
28:37
crit to create collective immunity. And we really haven't
28:40
had the Come on,
28:41
man. What's that? Collective immunity? Hi, I'm here for my
28:44
audition
28:45
with a no show was to falsetto.
28:48
Active immunity. That's got to be some kind of that that's
28:52
we've been examining. This is a form of tell it's like, I'm kind
28:56
of embarrassed. I
28:57
totally agree with this. But I was I was listening to the
29:01
sentence with that in mind and she actually kind of pre tells
29:05
with a couple of other little blips just before she kicks it
29:08
up a notch with immunity.
29:11
Alright, let's listen to that part then here.
29:13
So it's an interesting flu year some of the same factors that
29:17
are creating were vaccinated. We may not be interesting flu
29:20
years, some of the same factors that are creating this pandemic
29:24
immunity gap that I mentioned for RSV are operative with the
29:28
flu, right. So every year we are exposed to the flu and even if
29:32
we're vaccinated, we may not be protected. We know that the rate
29:35
of protection from the vaccine can range from anywhere from 20
29:39
to 60%. We haven't really been exposed to the flu very much
29:43
last year we've for the last two years. We know the numbers of
29:46
cases have been very low. And what we might see is what
29:51
Australia and the southern hemisphere saw during their
29:55
winter which just ended they saw a very early flu season with a
29:59
lot had higher numbers of both cases and hospitalizations. And
30:04
that's almost certainly because again, we haven't had the
30:07
opportunity to create collective immunity. And we really haven't
30:11
had the opportunity to, to get to this get exposed. So I think
30:16
most folks are worried that we're gonna see that this year.
30:19
Yep. So I want to commend blit to in the troll room, he knows
30:26
I'm a sucker for acronyms. And he correctly identifies pandemic
30:29
immunity gap as pig. Yeah, the like that. I like that.
30:38
We should have caught that. Yeah.
30:41
I can't believe we didn't catch that.
30:43
Well, we didn't catch a lot. The control room does its job. They
30:47
do
30:47
they do. Let me see if I had. I have one more thing here, I
30:53
think on the COVID, which is, yeah, but at least it was a
30:58
little light. It's actually the Alberta premier Premier.
31:01
Premier. Premier. Yeah. The Alberta premier Premier. And
31:06
she's she dropped a big consulting contract with the
31:10
World Economic Forum. Oh, yeah. That's how they make their
31:13
money. They send their own shields in to consult with you
31:17
at a governmental level. And she says, No, we're dropping it.
31:20
I guess I find it distasteful when billionaires brag about how
31:23
much control they have over political leaders as the head of
31:26
that organization has. And I think that that is offensive.
31:30
The people who should be directing government are the
31:32
people who vote for them, and the people who vote for me and
31:35
for my colleagues or people who live in Alberta, and who are
31:38
affected by our decisions. And so quite frankly, until that
31:41
organization stops bragging about how much control they have
31:44
over political leaders, I have no interest in being involved
31:47
with them. My focus is here in Alberta solving problems for
31:50
Albertans with the mandate from Albertans
31:52
was a health care contract to Donna would bankers do with a
31:56
health care contract but I'm sure it's all on the up and up.
32:00
You played a clip earlier. The Biden clip a little shorty I
32:04
have a similar one I think is incorporate sick but but this is
32:08
still COVID This Biden and the booster Newt NPR,
32:13
President Biden has an extra COVID shot he rolled up his
32:16
sleeve yesterday for the latest booster.
32:18
Now's the time to do it by Halloween. If you can, that's
32:21
the best time and that way you can be protected from holidays.
32:25
Some research questions though, whether the new by valeurs or
32:28
we can be protected from the holidays or for the holidays.
32:33
Now's the time to do it by Halloween. If you can, that's
32:35
the best time and that way you can be protected for the
32:38
holidays.
32:40
Though whether the new buy valen boosters that target Omicron are
32:44
any better than the old shots.
32:45
Researchers at Columbia and Harvard University studied that
32:49
here's Dr. David hohe. At Columbia
32:51
to disappointment the by valen vaccine did not show superiority
32:56
over the original vaccine.
32:59
His team found that about a month after getting the shots
33:01
Kai did not have significantly higher levels of antibodies to
33:06
neutralize the dominant over Kron sub variants
33:09
but deep tip at Acharya at the University of Arizona considers
33:13
the new studies too small and too short for firms.
33:17
For those who are saying, See, I told you so I would say let's
33:21
stand down a little bit and wait for some cleaner data to come
33:23
out.
33:24
Hey, boys, let's give it let's give this crap that ivermectin
33:27
treatment shower, you know what to do bars for firm
33:29
conclusions
33:30
for those who are saying,
33:32
I told you so I would say let's stand down a little bit and wait
33:35
for some cleaner data to come out because these can't be used
33:39
to support really one argument or another.
33:41
Dr. John weary at the University of Pennsylvania is also saying
33:45
to wait, it's a little
33:46
bit of a sort of a reality check or a reset that the Bible and
33:50
vaccines are not a magic bullet. They're not going to give us you
33:55
know, perfect protection from these new Omicron variants that
33:59
are circulating,
34:00
only about 20 million people have stepped up to receive a new
34:02
booster. Even though more than 10 times that number over 200
34:06
million people have been eligible since Labor Day.
34:11
Ah, goodness.
34:14
So I don't know why the letting those reports creep in. You
34:18
know, he's not ponying up enough cash.
34:21
I actually had one of those clips didn't clip it. And it was
34:25
from a different source, but it was very similar. It's like
34:28
well, you know, they only tested on mice. It was long. Oh, it was
34:31
like the breathy and why maybe I do have that. It was like the
34:34
breathy NPR guy. And he's like, Well, you know, sadly, has not
34:39
really been tested on anything. But you know, the best thing is
34:41
to get your booster. I was like, we can clip that all day. All
34:47
day this.
34:48
It seems to me that those guys that are coming on that
34:51
particular report that you just played had three people. Oh,
34:54
it's going oh, I don't know. What's the point. And I think
34:58
it's because somebody's not I'd ponying up, yeah, as possible
35:03
for the coffers, you know, where's our you know, we're
35:06
supposed to be, you know, certain amount of money every
35:08
quarter. But I think then you guys are like, so it's like an
35:12
off on us. It's
35:12
on limbo, because, you know, the all the the extra cash that we
35:17
created money went to the purchase of all the
35:21
pharmaceuticals that's kind of continuing with the latest
35:24
purchase. And this approval, if you recall, but the money to
35:28
promote it, I don't see any renewal of that. And that's what
35:31
it was billions, billions went into tick talkers, and all kinds
35:36
of places, but mainly television promotions, and advertisements,
35:39
billions, billions of government money. So but that has, I think
35:43
that may have shut down. So now. Now, it's got to come from
35:47
insurance companies, and it's gonna get interesting. But if
35:51
the President's still promoting it, then you know, there's still
35:53
there has to still be some Oh, he's
35:55
not promoting it. He's promoting that taxable follow up drug
35:59
packs of whatever.
36:00
Yeah. Hey, man, it's great. It's great. All right. Well, let's
36:09
stick with Biden for a second. President Biden, I'm hearing a
36:16
couple of things I'm hearing on one hand, a lot of while and
36:22
maybe not just on all hands, hate that. It's not really
36:25
inflation, whether I think I should play NAFTA here, Nancy
36:28
Pelosi for that hold on a second. Yes, this is this. This
36:32
is literally the message. And that's why Pelosi was on I think
36:36
this was Meet the Press or face to meet the press.
36:38
And the fact is, is that when I hear people talk about
36:42
inflation, as I heard in there, we have to change that subject.
36:45
Inflation is a global phenomenon phenomenon. The EU, the European
36:49
Union, the UK, the British have higher inflation rate than we do
36:54
here. It's not the fight is not about inflation. It's about the
36:58
cost of living.
36:59
Yeah, this was from the US. This is actually a couple shows ago,
37:03
I always got that clip, and I keep for you, I kept I didn't
37:06
remember to go back to it. She says it's not about inflation,
37:09
it's about the cost of living is the stupidest possible thing you
37:13
could ever say,
37:15
Well, I think there's a reason for it. And thank you for
37:17
correcting. I didn't know that that was no clip. The is pretty
37:20
old. The point here is to blame the prices on the people selling
37:26
the services and goods. And that's exactly what's happening.
37:31
And that is a path to price controls, which I think we've
37:35
discussed. It would be Yeah, it would be a bad idea. Is there
37:38
idiots so who knows, maybe they're going towards that. But
37:41
Biden he took it one step further. Because you know, these
37:45
airlines, this is gouging everybody.
37:48
Some airlines, I
37:50
didn't put the music in this is Fox News. So it does make it a
37:54
little more dramatic.
37:55
Some airlines if you want six more inches between you and the
37:58
seat in front, you pay more money, but you don't know it
38:03
until you purchase your ticket. For proxies, your junk fees are
38:08
unfair and the hidden marginalized Americans the
38:10
hardest, especially low income folks and people of color.
38:16
They're racist, the airlines are racist.
38:21
If I didn't get the whole thing and I wish I had I only got a
38:24
piece of it. There's another junk fees clip as my other
38:28
junk fees. What is this junk fees thing?
38:32
Better explained in Biden in the bank,
38:34
President Biden is directing his administration to deliver more
38:37
financial relief to millions of Americans today he announced a
38:41
crackdown on so called junk fees. Biden describes these as
38:44
unfair often hidden charges customers can encounter when
38:48
they buy concert tickets checkout of a hotel room or do
38:52
business with a bank.
38:53
Imagine this. Your child outgrows bicycle and you decide
38:58
to sell it online and someone pays you a check pays you 30
39:02
bucks for the bicycle or something days later that check
39:06
that you got paid with you deposit in your bank advances
39:11
you didn't know that but you get charged 15 bucks you get charged
39:16
15 bucks it's wrong. It's ridiculous it's unfair
39:25
I'm with him on these things.
39:27
Of course it's
39:29
no good but like he's so he's so stuck in the past with his dad
39:35
and his mom until aphorisms and checks who write I write about
39:40
one check a month maybe.
39:43
May I May I share that out here. We write probably seven to 10
39:49
checks people really want checks out here. They don't want good
39:54
mo they don't want bank thing.
39:55
Let's good. I think checks are great. I
39:58
encourage and I love it. It's such a You know, you're you're
40:00
handing over a piece of paper that says, I'm good for broke
40:05
now and we have a local community bank. So there's an
40:08
issue we can always go resolve it. Oh, this. I love that.
40:13
But yeah, like for example, the chat room that were they no
40:18
agenda social they would go on about checks what's checks?
40:21
What's the check in there's a lot of kids that know what a
40:23
check is. They don't have a checking account. Most Gen Z's
40:26
don't have a check. Like, even when I was ridiculing the new
40:30
Ruth Gator, Ginsburg postage stamp somebody in the in a
40:36
social stamps, who uses stamps? You know, they think the post
40:40
office is out of existence.
40:45
Oh, yeah, there you go. What time is it? I don't know. What
40:48
does that weird thing on the wall mean?
40:51
Again, back to the clock on the wall. Was that thing with those
40:54
dials? There's must be some symbolism remakes, religious,
40:57
Illuminati and Illuminati device? It's no good. Yeah, oh.
41:04
I had dinner with the former New York banker.
41:07
Ah, good for you, which was very nice, brings us content.
41:12
Well, it was very interesting know
41:13
that he's an element of content does ever listen to the show? He
41:16
does.
41:17
He does. Oh, yeah. Good. Now he has been traveling a lot
41:22
recently. Opening hotels. I think that's where you want to
41:28
put your money. Although he so there's three things I learned
41:30
one. When he asked me if said he started the questioning. He said
41:36
do you know about cloud computing? And like? Yeah, I
41:39
guess I know a bit. But, yeah. See, he was he was 1990. Well,
41:46
he was a firm believer in and that strategy, I think has now
41:49
ended, of putting all of his long term investment money into
41:55
MasterCard. He says, because it's a never ending story. They
42:00
just keep charging fees, fees go up more people use it. And I
42:03
think that's been very successful. And so he's looking
42:05
to change or diversify. And he feels that cloud computing. And
42:10
that's a very big term will be the, you know, the growth
42:14
industry over time that just grinds forever at five or 10% a
42:19
year. And that's where he would want to allocate his his
42:21
investment. I thought that was interesting. I said, Man, I
42:26
think everyone's decentralizing. I don't know exactly where it's
42:30
going. But now, then he had something he right off the bat.
42:34
And this and I think this was an over, it was like he wanted to
42:37
have a good meal. And he was going to hit me with the with
42:40
the top line strategies right off the bat, just so we didn't
42:44
really have to discuss anything, because everything else is not
42:47
important. And he says China is over. Then he said it with fire.
42:55
And he said it kind of. And here I'll contradict myself. Like he
43:00
would think we will be talking about China all the time. Like,
43:03
oh, China is the worst. But yeah, he's been watching too
43:05
much news, man.
43:06
You know, the funny thing is about our show is we don't talk
43:09
about China that much.
43:10
No, it's boring. This this rarely, anything's good, boring.
43:15
Although I do have some weird stories today. So
43:17
the years are always interesting.
43:19
Because because they're picking cotton. It's slaves picking
43:22
cotton. I mean, how can I give them better? How can it not be
43:24
funny?
43:25
So he goes on? I'm sorry.
43:27
So he says, China's over. Like, okay, so we don't have to worry
43:32
about anything why they are in severe population decline. They
43:37
could possibly be as this he said, It will be a disaster of
43:42
epic proportions. He said, but it's possible. There could only
43:45
be 500 million Chinese left by 2050. And he said the United
43:52
States wins. immigration legal or not, we win. And that was
43:59
really his overarching comment, and I had to think about it. And
44:03
like, you know, that just makes sense. Now, it doesn't mean that
44:07
the USA will have will be the biggest economy and will be, you
44:11
know, prosperous. No, we'll all be slaves, obviously. But see, I
44:16
don't think he cares about that. Nothing else matters. It's warm
44:20
bodies that we can put to work or or have to generate cash for
44:26
to keep alive. How about that? Or that was really kind of like,
44:33
wow.
44:34
Well, I'd have to talk discuss something with a demographers
44:38
population expert of some sort. That 500 million number. I mean,
44:43
we do know that was in the next few years, India's going to
44:47
surpass China for population didn't, didn't come up didn't
44:51
come up. That's it and he kind of didn't want to talk about
44:55
India, I guess. No. Did you ask him about Goldman Sachs?
44:59
No, we did talk Talk about, you know, obviously what's going on
45:03
with the Bank of England with credits Well, in Credit Suisse,
45:06
which is, you know, something has to go. You know, that was
45:10
the general message there. But I was talking about, I said, Hey,
45:16
man look like they just put Liz trust in there just just for a
45:19
moment, just to do all this, this funky business. What did he
45:24
say? He said, I have I have it's written down weirdly, in my
45:28
notes.
45:31
Oh, crap. Well, he kind of taken notes at the table.
45:34
Well, I didn't. That's why it's hard. You know. So I'm trying to
45:37
remember this stuff. But I wrote it down this morning. I think
45:41
the other main thing he said that all these other payment
45:46
networks outside of Swift don't matter. And he kept saying the
45:50
same thing. Look, if if Apple Pay isn't connected to your
45:54
payment network, then your networks no good. The network
45:58
that has the most nodes of important nodes. That's the one
46:01
that always wins. And I know that seems like network theory
46:04
to me. Oh, I remember what he said. Yeah, network theory about
46:08
the Bank of England and about the guilt. He this used to be
46:12
his job. He literally said to me, Hey, you know, I sold them
46:14
some of that. That crap they had to unload was rather brazen. So
46:22
it's like at a macro level. It's like, Hey, man, the elites are
46:27
doing great. Everybody who had one house before. COVID has two
46:30
houses. Everyone had two houses booked before COVID has three
46:33
houses. I'm quoting verbatim. And that's it. And everyone's
46:36
just gonna have to learn with it. Inflation is not going to go
46:39
away. It's here to stay. And it's good. We just need more
46:42
people. So cold man so cold.
46:50
Well, inflation at this number is not. Although it does
46:54
traditionally float around this number is not a positive thing.
46:58
As far as I'm concerned. It's kind of a de wrecker. I kind of
47:02
liked it when it was at 1%.
47:06
You mean all the free money? Yeah, of course. Course that was
47:10
dynamite. Well, then I might as well just run through this. I
47:14
promise you they're not too long. I but I do feel an
47:16
obligation. I do feel an obligation to kind of take a
47:20
feel I do feel they DO feel I do feel I feel but I really do feel
47:25
I think when you say you do feel you're trying to convince
47:27
yourself that you really feel so I guess I don't feel I guess I'm
47:30
full of crap. I'm just pretending to feel that I have
47:34
an obligation to at least keep you up to speed on the
47:37
development of central bank digital currencies. I am. So far
47:42
in agreement with you. The United States is still talking a
47:45
big game, but not really. And is unlikely they will ever do it.
47:50
And it's very the United States and the US dollar have a
47:53
different position than any other currency. So I'm not going
47:57
to argue that but I did just want to give you a little
48:00
because it felt like you could use a little bit of info about
48:03
how broad This is being discussed outside of the US
48:06
financial system. And it starts with dishy Rishi. Does she
48:11
Rishi, the new Prime Minister of the UK. I picked that up from
48:15
the sun does she Rishi, Rishi Sunak, who was the Chancellor of
48:20
the Exchequer during a Boris Johnson's regime in 2021. This
48:26
video was about three minutes by cut it down to under one just
48:30
for let's do a little let's do a little more intro with this guy.
48:33
We got to remind people he's a World Economic Forum guy. He's,
48:37
he's Stanford graduate MBA from Stanford. I think he's also a
48:43
Fulbright Scholar.
48:45
Yeah, he's married into the right family.
48:49
Getting married into a super rich family the Infosys guy, if
48:52
anyone remembers that company, the end and here's why Infosys
48:57
which was going I don't even know what it was supposed to do
48:59
when it was in business. That was during the.com era and
49:01
somehow the guy managed to slip through the.com collapse and
49:05
became a billionaire an Indian billionaire. We know what those
49:09
guys are like.
49:10
Well, he's his daughter. That sounded kind of racist.
49:15
Well, I wouldn't Okay, I'm gonna I have an ad elaborate. Yeah,
49:19
please do.
49:21
So I am I'm doing this is gonna be I know it's gonna be typical
49:26
this broadcasting stuff but there's a guy who's doing a
49:29
documentary and Adam Osbourne so he came over to the house Oh,
49:32
this is recent right? Yeah, like this week? Yeah. Oh, cool. And
49:36
it came over the house to shoot an interview that kind of
49:39
interview you know where you're talking off camera and then you
49:41
got another camera with your
49:43
face side shot side shot? Yeah. Yeah, where did they
49:47
open they don't anyways, they do this site shot is because
49:50
they're hoping for some spiddal I know this for a fact. About Am
49:55
I wrong?
49:56
Yeah, a little moisture on the lips is in silhouette is beauty.
50:00
Beautiful.
50:00
Yeah. Beautiful especially to get to pop.
50:02
Did you? Did you did you make sure your lips are wiped clean?
50:07
Not surely
50:07
guy did everything I could to try to and he I was nice to the
50:10
guys I tried to make sure because I knew so do Diaz
50:13
producing and I teach the guy editing it. And so I was being
50:16
asked, but the guy who is rent, who's the overall executive
50:19
producer, the guy doing it is this Indian guy. And I've
50:23
noticed this over the years. So this Indian guy so the shooting
50:26
judges shooting some B roll here and there and he didn't have in
50:30
the house. Yeah, it would downstairs. Oh, he didn't let me
50:35
look at your podcasting rig. And no,
50:37
no, even Korea hasn't. Even curry hasn't seen I haven't. I
50:41
haven't because yours will ever get to see it. I think it's time
50:45
a lot of people have seen it. I haven't. So the guy, he says,
50:50
Well, you have a lot of books and you get where's the pitch?
50:54
Where's all your books? Somebody books? I got about 12 books over
50:57
the years. Where's all your books and they will put you
51:00
right there with ticket should be there with your books. I
51:03
don't have any of the books here. And the guys does. Indian
51:06
guys is completely baffled. And he said no, you've got books.
51:10
You did books through the eyes. Because you have an accent.
51:14
Yeah, he did. I'm not doing the accent but he had an accent. It
51:20
pretty much. And so. And he says you have the Osborne books
51:24
because I wrote this book without a mask when he says he
51:26
got that book. No, he had to bring one. I know there's some
51:29
around there's there could be anywhere I don't you know, I
51:32
don't put I don't have a memorial to my books.
51:37
Pull this string. Let's see what happens.
51:40
So I kept telling him this. And he was just beside himself
51:43
thinking. This is not possible that anybody would not have a
51:47
display of their own stuff they did so they can brag about it.
51:51
This is Indian mentality. They have this need to show off. And
51:56
I've noticed this over the years of all the Indians that I know
51:59
they, they all do this and especially Brahmins, they all
52:03
have to have their little, little shrine to themselves to
52:07
themselves. So they're completely befuddled by somebody
52:11
like me, I don't care who's coming in, who am I trying to
52:14
impress? So it's like it to write it to the end, he was just
52:19
convinced that I must have had a shrine to myself somewhere. I
52:21
just wouldn't show it to him.
52:23
Well, there's also a little bit of mainstream media mentality in
52:26
there because I've had that too. Where people say, well, where's
52:29
all your awards and all your stuff sits in the garage? Look,
52:33
it's my wife was kind enough to hang it up on that wall. You
52:36
know, where I parked the car. I
52:37
told my when I had all these projects going on, my mom kept
52:42
all that so that's where you know, you goes to your parents,
52:44
let them show that show it off to their friends.
52:47
And when my after my mom passed, she had kept the scrapbook and
52:50
my I think my sister sent it to me it's really cute. But it was
52:53
very, very, very early Adam stuff and then it ended I think
52:56
she was pissed at me.
53:01
So that's what that that's what that stems from recent
53:03
experience.
53:04
Okay. So this guy is elite, is he's married into the elite
53:10
family. He has been called the richest Prime Minister ever, but
53:14
it's really of course, I wonder if there's a prenup. You know,
53:17
no one no one asks What? What?
53:19
No known as SEPA. Did you catch this one? He's richer than
53:22
Charles the third. Nice one catch this at all. No, I
53:26
didn't see that. But
53:27
that is such malarkey.
53:29
Don't say malarkey that I'm get worried when you say these
53:33
things. What are you going to pull a Joe on me?
53:35
I'm sure I mean, that's such bologna. There you go. Yeah,
53:40
that's a Gingrich baloney granular Gingrich always said
53:43
that.
53:44
So this clip is actually kind of kind of good for both of us
53:48
because you can poopoo him as an idiot and I can and I can say
53:53
hey, he's all in on what's coming. Here he is dishy Rishi
53:56
from 2021 when he was the Secretary of the Treasury.
54:00
Today,
54:00
I'm proud to say that under the UK presidency, the group of the
54:04
world's seven most advanced economies, the g7 is launching a
54:08
set of public policy principles for retail central bank digital
54:13
currencies. CBDCs. Central Bank digital currencies could be a
54:18
digital version of money, a bit like a digital banknote that
54:21
could be used alongside physical notes and coins. Unlike most of
54:25
the digital money people use daily today, it would be issued
54:28
directly by a central bank at the Bank of England in the UK,
54:33
and governments and central banks across the world are
54:35
working together looking into what having a digital currency
54:39
might mean in practice. This includes issues that people care
54:43
about such as ensuring users money will be safe and secure,
54:47
that it could work with other ways to pay will be energy
54:50
efficient and available to everyone. A potential cbdc could
54:55
offer businesses and consumers new ways to pay in the future.
54:59
Yeah, It's all part of the wider story of digital innovation that
55:03
has delivered benefits to millions around the world and in
55:06
the UK.
55:07
Wow, nice. Can't
55:08
wait, oh, that to the people of Cyprus who had like, what is it?
55:11
10 or 15% of their money and all their digital bank accounts just
55:15
extracted? Disappeared?
55:18
Well, no, he wouldn't tell them the plan. That's the whole idea
55:22
is to have complete control over people like the people in
55:24
Cyprus? No, no, no, no, we're not going to explain it. So
55:28
then, someone sends me from this past week, a symposium at the
55:34
IMF. So Rishi is the World Economic Forum and other IMF,
55:37
were a real player in the financial system. Yeah, they,
55:40
they go and they bail out Cyprus, you know, give them that
55:43
digital evaporating money you just discussed. So if someone
55:48
says me this first, but these are all short, this first clip
55:50
is only a couple. And, and I'm watching this, and her name is
55:54
Cecilia skiing's Lee. And she is the head of the Bank of
55:59
International Settlements, Innovation Hub, which of course
56:03
a bullcrap title. But the Bank of International Settlements,
56:06
this is the bank that does the settlements between of
56:09
transactions between central bank so again, a player, and
56:13
here's what she was saying, because this message will be
56:15
consistent. And I think everyone will be saying this as a way to
56:19
roll it in because the name of this thing simply Yes, the name
56:24
of the symposium was CBDCs, for Financial Inclusion, risks and
56:30
rewards has already
56:32
been touched upon. Introducing a CVC into a society, it's not
56:37
just a universal solution, it has to come in a package. So
56:43
digital literacy, understanding what it means to get had first
56:48
of all have access to a digital ID and understanding what it
56:50
means to to use such a thing. I think also this digital society
56:55
is raising a lot of questions about data privacy. I think
57:01
we're, this is good not only about money, but in so many
57:05
different ways. I
57:06
heard her laugh, tell him they're not so much about money.
57:09
I think we're, this is good, not only about money, but in so many
57:13
different ways and privacy, that politicians to really decide on
57:18
this. This is not a role for me as a central banker, but having
57:21
a possibility to actually choose how much digital footprints you
57:25
want to leave. I think it's a good starting point.
57:29
So here's the here's the general concept of how they are selling
57:34
this is this is for financial inclusion for the unbanked, and
57:40
we need and it will be really good for everybody. Because your
57:45
central bank will allow you to share only that financial data
57:50
that you want to share with any other financial service for
57:54
loans or credit or anything like that, or for background check,
57:59
of course, implying that the IMF or that the central bank will
58:02
have that information, which just makes it cool.
58:05
Yeah, and it said that'll work just like it does on all those
58:08
apps on your phone. It'll demand to use this and that
58:14
won't work. Oh, yeah. I need your location. I need to access
58:18
your phonebook. I need to access your Yeah, exactly. or it won't
58:23
work or it won't work. Then the next till now so I'm looking at
58:27
this. This is like a three hour thing. And I see the keynote
58:32
speaker you'll never guess who the woman I'm not American who
58:38
is the keynote speaker for this cbdc financial inclusion.
58:43
Well, it's not Vanda Lyon, is it?
58:45
Close that level? That level? No better.
58:49
Christine Lagarde. No,
58:51
she's always talking about I wouldn't bore you with a clip
58:54
from her. The Dutch Queen Queen Moxie ma dilla. You know, in
58:58
your queen, my queen did the keynote. And all of a sudden it
59:03
went Oh, when she just married then the prince. And she's just
59:08
she's just like a party girl from Argentina. I mean, her dad
59:11
was voting Atia, he wasn't even allowed in the country to be at
59:14
the wedding because of his war crimes. So party girl, Foxy Ma,
59:19
who learns Dutch very quickly in a couple of years. And then
59:23
she's doing all cool things with the kids like promoting swimming
59:26
and she jumped into the canal with the kids. I think we
59:28
reported on that. But she was also doing financial literacy.
59:33
And her whole platform for two years now has been financial
59:37
literacy amongst children. So understand how how to use a bank
59:42
account and how to get a credit card and how to use credit
59:46
responsibly. It's literally this disgusting. So it's really
59:50
obvious that she's that she's been groomed for moments like
59:54
this. And now here's where Tina and I disagree because I thought
59:58
she had a massive fat Ashton emergency her hair looked Ratty.
1:00:03
Like the rats had been eaten. Oh, stringy. I mean, she could
1:00:06
have put beads in. She could have been Bo Derek. She had a
1:00:10
peach suit on a pantsuit, but the top it had like no
1:00:14
structure. It was It looks like it was made from the same
1:00:17
material as Eddie Murphy's Gumby suit. You know what I mean? It
1:00:20
was like it was very I thought it was horrible.
1:00:24
And she went Tina thought it was okay.
1:00:27
That she said she looks better here than she did when she met
1:00:30
you. Okay, when she carefully
1:00:33
there may be some element of bias involved with
1:00:37
things think. My queen, yes, no, my queen is here in
1:00:43
Fredericksburg. But anyway, here's the Dutch. Oh, good one.
1:00:47
Here is I mean that I mean, here is the Dutch Queen Moxie ma to
1:00:52
kick us off into the central bank digital currency era.
1:00:58
Well, with such an introduction, I hope I do not say something
1:01:05
that is not below your expectations. Selena, thank you
1:01:08
so much for having me here.
1:01:10
It's kind of a sad flub right off the beginning. That's a
1:01:13
terrible way to start. She also said I hope I don't come in blow
1:01:16
your ex. She said it the wrong way.
1:01:20
Whatever she did that you don't start off like that. That was
1:01:23
her ad lib that he'd be better off starting off with a crappy
1:01:25
joke. But anyway, go on.
1:01:28
I think that was her ad lib. The rest came from script.
1:01:30
I hope I do not say something that is not below your
1:01:36
expectations be
1:01:37
something that is not below your expectations.
1:01:40
She did say that she said Norte
1:01:43
said North here I'm sorry. You are correct, sir,
1:01:45
for having me here. Because it is a pleasure to be back with
1:01:49
you in person at this year's Annual Meeting finally in
1:01:53
person. Yay. These are difficult times. Yes. For people
1:01:56
everywhere. By the
1:01:58
way, stop. She's hyperventilate, oh, she's
1:02:01
very nervous. She's very nervous. She She She can't catch
1:02:05
your breath. Literally. She can't catch this
1:02:07
hyperventilate. And once you start, it's only happened to me
1:02:11
a couple of times.
1:02:12
To me Once on stage where you can't breathe. It's like, well,
1:02:15
you can't
1:02:16
you know, the problem was hyperventilating in front of an
1:02:18
audience is that you can't stop it.
1:02:22
Very hard, very hard. It's
1:02:24
just a weird just like get in because your body gets senses
1:02:27
and goes Oh, and then you're screwed.
1:02:31
And then And then she's probably through her mind is going, Man,
1:02:34
I should have gone to Pierre for my hair. And what does this
1:02:37
Gumby outfit I'm wearing?
1:02:39
These are difficult times for people everywhere. I was seeking
1:02:43
new ways to tackle the challenges before us, from COVID
1:02:48
to convert to inflation, to climate change. In that context,
1:02:54
the rise of inclusive finance offers a genuine, good news
1:02:58
story. Some good news. Over the last decade, a quarter of the
1:03:04
world's adult population has gained access to financial
1:03:07
services. Today, 76% of adults globally, are now in some way
1:03:15
financially included. This has provided billions of people with
1:03:21
new opportunities to build resilience, weather shocks, and
1:03:26
invest in a more prosperous future. Today, we're here to
1:03:31
discuss a potential new tool. That may
1:03:35
Oh, there's a little up chalk thing for you, too. You could
1:03:42
have said a new potential new tool, a potential tool.
1:03:45
This has provided billions of people with new opportunities to
1:03:50
build resilience, weather shocks, and invest in a more
1:03:54
prosperous future. Today, we're here to discuss a potential new
1:04:00
tool that many as an opportunity to introduce increase inclusion
1:04:06
even further. Central banks around the world are considering
1:04:12
whether to issue their own digital currencies or CBDCs. and
1:04:16
are eager to understand the opportunities and risks that
1:04:19
they might bring. If designed and implemented with inclusion
1:04:26
in mind CBDCs could offer many options to expand access to the
1:04:32
underbanked and to serve the vulnerable and the poor.
1:04:37
Oh, beautiful. So there's your inclusion,
1:04:40
as you say expand taxes.
1:04:43
Didn't hear her say that.
1:04:47
No
1:04:48
access data.
1:04:50
No, it's been access not taxes.
1:04:52
Axes not taxes. Oh no, not taxes, access. Yes,
1:04:57
you need to find had to say final short one. So what her job
1:05:03
is, amongst the other this whole forum, I think it might have all
1:05:06
been women is to say, don't pay attention to what this thing
1:05:11
really is pay attention to inclusivity equity. And also, we
1:05:19
should be arguing about how we teach children to use it not
1:05:22
about what it does. We need to teach children how to use it put
1:05:26
that in the education put on the curriculum, not what it does,
1:05:29
don't explain that to them, teach them to use it.
1:05:33
A good design, or CBDCs could actually give people more
1:05:38
control over their transactional data, and the ability to share
1:05:42
it with a wider set of financial sector providers Nice. Yet,
1:05:48
growing concerns about data privacy would need to be
1:05:51
addressed by hardwire personal data protections into the
1:05:56
structure of a CVTC. It is clear that more dialogue, research and
1:06:03
trials are needed to show how and when CBDCs can best become
1:06:09
engines of financial inclusion
1:06:11
and gender financial inclusion share your data with
1:06:15
total financial exclusion. How do I give a homeless guy five
1:06:19
bucks using one of these digital nothing's he'll have a car these
1:06:24
are exclusionary moves to get rid of the homeless and to kill
1:06:28
the poor,
1:06:29
but they can all have a QR code. What do you mean? You'll just
1:06:34
the homeless person will be there. Hey, homeless guy. Hey,
1:06:37
man. I need I need to take the bus. Sure, man. Let me scan your
1:06:45
QR code Clink. Don't give them a phone or a device or a card? No,
1:06:50
no, no, no, this is beautiful. It's not exclusionary. It's
1:06:52
slavery. That's what it is enslaving. That's what it is.
1:06:57
Anyway, well, I think the I think that's the second element.
1:06:59
I think exclusionary is the first element. Getting rid of
1:07:03
the poor is the second element and slavery is the third
1:07:06
element. That's the third element. Not the second. Okay,
1:07:09
well, it's all good. This is terrible.
1:07:12
It's all groovy. We're headed in the right direction. For sure.
1:07:19
Okay, now back to Sunak. Sunak is not universally loved the new
1:07:24
prime minister.
1:07:25
I know they hate him actually. Oh, he's never run for office. I
1:07:28
mean, he's his I think locally. He got in somehow and it's some
1:07:32
screwy way but he's never won a popular election. Now well, he's
1:07:37
very arrogant. He's the worst kind of British upper class
1:07:40
Yeah, even though now you
1:07:41
know who he reminds me of? Beto. Look at him rich white from the
1:07:47
family. He can't rub two nickels together. kind of cute guy dishy
1:07:52
Rishi. This is the Beto. They look better when they look
1:07:55
better when Beto has conquered the UK.
1:07:59
Do you see more you say it the more I'm thinking about the more
1:08:03
I'm liking it. I'm not gonna argue this point. Here's
1:08:06
question time with the Prime Minister Ian Blackford, who is
1:08:10
from Scotland, explains why he doesn't like the Prime Minister.
1:08:15
Yesterday, the Prime Minister appointed the Home Secretary,
1:08:18
who was forced to resign only last week for breaching the
1:08:23
ministerial cords. And her Boston boasted that she dreamed
1:08:28
of sending vulnerable asylum seekers to the ones. We all know
1:08:33
why he appointed her a sleazy backroom deal to short His own
1:08:38
possession. Far from being the fresh start. This is a return to
1:08:42
the sleaze and scandal and dose of cabinet. The prime minister
1:08:47
promised to govern with integrity and humility. So if he
1:08:50
has a moment of either, will he admit his mistake and sack the
1:08:54
Home Secretary? Mr. Speaker, I
1:09:00
was pleased to actually have a call last night with the First
1:09:03
Minister of Scotland it was important that I spoke to her on
1:09:06
my first day in office, because I wanted to express my desire to
1:09:09
work constructively with the Scottish government so that we
1:09:12
can work together to deliver for the people of Scotland. And that
1:09:16
is what I plan to do. And indeed, I hope crime is one of
1:09:19
the things that we can collaborate on, because he will
1:09:21
know
1:09:22
that violent crime is I like how it just doesn't answer the
1:09:24
question rising
1:09:25
in Scotland and police numbers are falling, whereas there we
1:09:29
are increasing police numbers, Mr. Speaker, but I look forward.
1:09:32
I look forward to working with the Scottish Government on our
1:09:34
shared challenges because I believe in a strong united
1:09:37
kingdom.
1:09:40
There it is Rishi O'Rourke, everybody does she does she
1:09:46
Rishi O'Rourke, man, it could be a template.
1:09:50
Well, I think he's another placeholder. I think at some
1:09:53
point, you're gonna have to have enough where they're going to
1:09:55
have an election. I guess it was 2025 24. They're going to have I
1:09:59
don't know what they're The Conservatives are going to do
1:10:01
because they're split into factions and they're not. They
1:10:06
don't have their act together. No, no, no labor will somehow
1:10:10
get back in and they'll screw up the country and not to get
1:10:14
killed. Half the country and Penny Penny more than to finally
1:10:18
get in your
1:10:19
girl. We'll finally get in. I think I was all for Rishi dishy
1:10:22
until you played that clip for me. I was like, Oh yeah, she has
1:10:25
she totally sabotaged Liz and like, I foolishly went over into
1:10:29
your camp.
1:10:30
I never thought she was gonna win it. I thought I kept saying
1:10:33
Dark Horse dark.
1:10:35
You did say that. You did say that.
1:10:38
Because it their day had the same problems that our political
1:10:41
system have? Or has the same problem which is next man up?
1:10:47
Yes. And it says Rishi dishy was the guy who was the bureau ran
1:10:51
against lists he gave you know broke through to the point where
1:10:55
they had the two of them base off and she got it he's next man
1:10:59
up so he had to get it Yeah.
1:11:02
Well, we'll see. We'll see how that goes. I mean, the it was
1:11:05
phenomenal to see the pound rebound up to like 116 from the
1:11:10
depth of 103 we missed that trip to London didn't we? We
1:11:15
didn't make that fast enough only a couple of you by the time
1:11:18
you got there to go
1:11:19
back gone back off so who knows and I know and I say oh the Fed
1:11:23
is who I don't care whatever we'll see.
1:11:26
Just a little side note PG chips chips their tea if you buy it
1:11:31
from Amazon straight from super cheap right now from straight
1:11:36
from a UK so straight or you get like the next day and it's like
1:11:41
you get two packs of 240 bags of PG Tips. In other words you get
1:11:48
480 bags of tea for five bucks now wasn't quite that low but
1:11:54
it's 10 bucks a box and which is like you can see here to get at
1:11:59
for 10 bucks I mean this is really dirt cheap
1:12:01
yeah what else can we buys that all we can buy from the UK as
1:12:05
well you know anything you can get from the UK would be a good
1:12:08
way but what do they have fish don't get yourself a Range Rover
1:12:11
be fit right in in Texas Never
1:12:12
again will I drive falls apart that as you're driving range
1:12:16
rover and heat do not mix very well. I remember I had the Range
1:12:21
Rover that to give away to one 800 Cars for kids. Yeah, yes,
1:12:26
you did. The right hand door wouldn't open
1:12:28
window your body buying a used Range Rover, which is how you
1:12:33
started this process was probably your first mistake.
1:12:37
Yeah, but then I learned a lot about the brand new ones when
1:12:39
it's right when the warranty runs out. That's when the
1:12:42
electric seats stops working all kinds of horrible stuff with
1:12:46
those cars.
1:12:47
There's a number of cars that are built to die with the
1:12:49
warranty. It's very strange but true.
1:12:52
Just as a quick side note, Ford announced that they are pulling
1:12:56
out of the autonomous car race they said let some other sucker
1:12:59
do that. We spent $2 billion we're not going to do it
1:13:04
anymore. We're done.
1:13:05
I said I think that was a wise move. Yeah, of
1:13:07
course it was. It's crazy. Although every car these days
1:13:11
has some kind of copilot functionality that's pretty
1:13:13
cool. You know, keeps you on the road steers a bait for you. You
1:13:17
can you can scratch your scratch your butt for 15 seconds before
1:13:21
I meet you put your hands back on the wheel. Almost every car
1:13:23
has that now if I have this
1:13:25
I have this clip from the last year you can look it up in the
1:13:28
database. Musk Tesla software update this is such bull crap.
1:13:33
Did we like that clip?
1:13:34
I don't think so. But we will now
1:13:35
Elon Musk says Tesla cars will not be approved as fully self
1:13:39
driving this year. This means the company is directly
1:13:43
known about the $15,000 fee plan again just so people remember
1:13:47
Elon Musk says Tesla cars will not be approved as fully self
1:13:51
driving this year. This means the company is not yet able to
1:13:54
satisfy authorities that its cars can be driven without
1:13:58
someone behind the wheel. The automaker sells a $15,000
1:14:02
software add on called full self driving or s FD. It enables
1:14:06
vehicles to change lanes and park autonomously. It's an
1:14:10
upgrade from Tesla's standard autopilot feature that enables
1:14:13
cars to steer, accelerate and brake within their lanes without
1:14:17
driver intervention. However, Tesla says the cars still need
1:14:20
to be driven with human oversight autonomous vehicle
1:14:24
would require regulatory approval in certain states like
1:14:27
California, Musk said he expects to release an upgraded FSD
1:14:31
software at the end of the year.
1:14:33
FSD full self drive.
1:14:36
So I think that if you notice this announcement came then Ford
1:14:40
did their thing afterwards. Yep. They took one look, I said this
1:14:44
is bullcrap. We're wasting money on this. And then Ford must have
1:14:47
come to the realization which I think is I would have is that
1:14:51
hey, when this finally comes to be, there's going to be third
1:14:54
party selling this stuff on a licensing basis is going to be a
1:14:57
lot cheaper than us developing it spending billions and
1:15:00
billions of dollars
1:15:01
exactly what they said. And they say, why?
1:15:05
Yeah, wait, wait it out.
1:15:07
It took her 2 billion loss. So throughout the show so far,
1:15:11
we've had a number of laugh tells. And I want you to see if
1:15:15
you can catch this laugh tell. Because I was just like, wow,
1:15:19
that was a slick one. This is AOC Sandy Cortez. And she is
1:15:25
being interviewed by the guys from pod save America. It was
1:15:29
really weird. They were interviewing her like in a
1:15:31
conference room, and it wasn't a studio, but they were all
1:15:34
passing the mic back and forth between each other. It's like,
1:15:37
you couldn't you couldn't lure her into the studio. You had to
1:15:40
do it in a conference room. Anyway. They're asking her about
1:15:45
bad things about Fetterman. And see if you can, if you can spot
1:15:49
the left tail. How
1:15:51
do you convince people you talk to you on the trail that
1:15:55
Democratic party gets their challenges will fight for them
1:15:58
when they don't necessarily see themselves reflected in the
1:16:01
people on TV all the time? Yeah, I mean, I'm honest with people.
1:16:10
I'm not here to sell. Very funny.
1:16:17
I want to play it again.
1:16:19
I'm honest with people. I'm not here to sell people on this idea
1:16:25
that like our our the leadership of the Democratic Party, which
1:16:29
is overwhelmingly from one generation almost uniformly from
1:16:33
one generation.
1:16:36
Through generation
1:16:39
the Pelosi season and Biden are both from the silent generation.
1:16:44
And most of the rest of them are boomers and then there's there's
1:16:47
quite a few X Jenner's in the Democrat Party. She's full of
1:16:51
shit.
1:16:52
Man, you've said bullshit. You've said shit. I mean, you're
1:16:54
really laying it on today.
1:16:56
I think it's because of anniversary.
1:16:59
No, I think it's because of what happened to you.
1:17:02
But a magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area
1:17:07
today. It was the strongest
1:17:10
one after the other.
1:17:11
It was centered in the hills of San Jose, about 40 miles
1:17:14
southeast of downtown San Francisco. There are no reports
1:17:18
of any serious injuries or damage.
1:17:21
How bad was it? John? It must have been horrible. This 5.1
1:17:25
Which I think it
1:17:26
was funny because I come downstairs. I'm doing some work
1:17:30
during the earthquake. And I come for the show. Yeah. And I
1:17:34
come downstairs and Mimi says, Did you feel the earthquake? I
1:17:37
said no. What earthquake? She says I don't know. I didn't feel
1:17:40
it either. But I got an alert on my phone. That's weird. So I
1:17:46
turn on the news. That's all they talked about all day. All
1:17:50
the news show. Oh, 5.1. Bipolar. Did you feel it? Nobody felt
1:17:55
this earthquake. It didn't knock anything over. It didn't knock a
1:17:58
building. I didn't do anything. It was were so hard up to have a
1:18:02
big earthquake that we can talk about that they didn't milk this
1:18:07
one. Like there was no tomorrow is ridiculous.
1:18:09
The former New York banker just comes to mind was taking one of
1:18:14
his kids to see the Berkeley campus. You know, that's college
1:18:18
time. So they're going all around and looking at different
1:18:20
colleges. I don't think it was his. I think it was more like,
1:18:23
Hey, kid, I'm going to show you some boots, some sandals, I'm
1:18:26
going to show you the shoe you really want. So maybe the
1:18:29
Berkeley trip was the sandal of the boot. But he said quote,
1:18:34
wow, I know why Devorah doesn't want to leave the Berkeley area.
1:18:42
And why? He says it's stunningly beautiful. He said it is so
1:18:48
beautiful. And he says I've never seen so many fit looking
1:18:52
old people.
1:18:55
Well, he's sure now going into the places I go.
1:19:05
Okay. Let's see.
1:19:10
I mean, did he notice that half of the people around here are
1:19:13
still masked up like, Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Two years ago, he did
1:19:17
mention that they were and they're all wearing 95. So that
1:19:20
dumb looking duck masks?
1:19:22
Of course. Of course. Of course. Hey, can I make a suggestion
1:19:25
just a programming note is just a thought and you let me know
1:19:28
what you think. I can't remember how he did this in previous
1:19:29
years. But because it is our 15th anniversary celebration
1:19:33
weeks or Berlin celebrating 15 years of no agenda as of the
1:19:38
26th Yesterday, through to Episode 1500, which will be next
1:19:43
Thursday. My thinking was, would it make sense to do all of the
1:19:49
execs associate execs then read everyone down to 50 go through.
1:19:55
Just do the whole first and second segment together and then
1:19:58
wind up with some dynamite crap where people's Holy Moly, I'm
1:20:00
glad I waited through the whole donation segment.
1:20:04
We never did that before. But I would try, I would give it a
1:20:06
shot. But that's going to mean that when we get to the, for one
1:20:10
thing, I want to warn people in advance, we have a very long
1:20:14
Thank you segment for donations, especially the higher ones.
1:20:18
Yeah. And then and then the list of names to thank for the 50 and
1:20:22
above is quite lengthy. And it will take us an hour more, more
1:20:29
longer to get through this list. And we should probably start
1:20:33
sooner than later like now.
1:20:34
No, no, no, not yet. We should do a few more than that
1:20:37
we're going to hit but I think to do the whole thing. And what
1:20:40
that means when we go to the second part where I just read
1:20:42
all the names, we're going to have to let me read. And I don't
1:20:46
want to go back and forth back and forth like a couple of
1:20:48
bozos. I'll read as many names and just throw it to you and
1:20:51
then you start reading.
1:20:52
Yeah, that's fine. Yeah, we're just gonna blow through it, of
1:20:54
course. But we've got execs and associate execs and we've got a
1:20:59
knighting a naming ceremony which is quite
1:21:01
a naming ceremony and knighting ceremony is outrageous. It is
1:21:05
large.
1:21:06
Well this was the the the inflation special, which I
1:21:09
appreciate. I think a lot of people appreciated that.
1:21:12
A lot of people was sure said they did not now and a lot of
1:21:18
people just got in by accident. Would you like to in mail ins
1:21:22
and the rest but we having two more of these and then it'll be
1:21:24
the end of it. And but this is very useful for the show to have
1:21:30
like to bring more people on board with and getting upgraded.
1:21:35
A lot of people use it as a moment to get upgraded. And we
1:21:37
do have an Insta Baron at the top of the list which is
1:21:41
interesting. This first guy but yes,
1:21:45
let's let's do a little Russia, because I think we need to have
1:21:48
Russia. Yeah, you got I got some Russia. You got Russia. Do you
1:21:51
have Roger, Russia? Bring me Russia. Bring on your Russia?
1:21:56
Well, I've got it. Let's try these this Ukraine and the
1:21:59
Republicans.
1:22:00
Oh, okay. Here we go. With
1:22:03
midterms fast approaching Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy
1:22:06
has signaled that Republicans would rein in military aid to
1:22:10
Ukraine, should they take the house. Meanwhile, 30 House
1:22:14
Democrats in the Progressive Caucus retracted a letter they
1:22:17
signed urging President Biden to negotiate with Russia to end the
1:22:20
war in Ukraine. For more on how Congress is thinking about the
1:22:24
future of us support for Ukraine. Let's bring in NBC
1:22:28
senior congressional reporter Scott Wong. Hi, Scott.
1:22:31
What? Which media outlet is this? Good wonder, wouldn't
1:22:37
you because they're bringing in NBC correspondent. Hi, Scott to
1:22:40
talk to talk on NPR.
1:22:44
Hi, Scott. Oh, so he's Oh, he's a made man. Oh, interest. Thumbs
1:22:48
up?
1:22:49
Hi. Good to be with you.
1:22:52
Initially had broad bipartisan support. But months later, many
1:22:55
Republicans seem to be turning against Biden strategy here.
1:22:59
What's the political calculation they're making?
1:23:01
Well, I think they're listening to some of their voters and
1:23:04
constituents who are concerned about all of the spending that
1:23:09
has poured into the economy lately, the spending that has
1:23:12
come out of Washington that has 10s of billions of dollars that
1:23:15
have gone towards Ukraine. And so Kevin McCarthy and
1:23:19
Republicans who are poised to take back the majority, in a
1:23:24
couple of weeks here are threatening to withhold some of
1:23:28
that aid. They have said that they are not prepared to write a
1:23:33
blank check for Ukraine. If they do take back the majority. They
1:23:38
said that some of that funding may dry up. And so that has
1:23:43
caused quite a bit of consternation from the
1:23:46
Ukrainians and from Democrats who who are allied with Ukraine
1:23:51
and who are now hammering them, you know, saying that they have
1:23:56
are refusing to stand with Ukraine. So very interesting
1:23:59
situation where
1:24:03
this cannot stand.
1:24:05
This peacenik thing is going on within the Republican Party and
1:24:09
the Democrats have must be beside at least some of them.
1:24:12
Well, they too have always been peaceniks are like the big war
1:24:17
mongers and it's been pointed out, then this is what this is
1:24:20
actually really about, which is to point out you guys have
1:24:23
always been talking about this, that and the other thing about
1:24:26
peace, peace, peace, it said the, you know, including
1:24:30
disarmament, and now you're just throwing money like crazy at
1:24:34
Ukraine. I mean, jig explained, please, but they can't show it.
1:24:37
So let's go to sorry,
1:24:39
mentioned Republican members hearing from their constituents
1:24:42
about concerns. How widespread Do you think that is in the
1:24:46
general public has public support turned against the
1:24:50
support for Ukraine?
1:24:51
Well, if you remember, it was just a little bit more than a
1:24:54
year ago that we pulled our troops out of F ganas stand.
1:25:01
There, there was a desire to see bring Americans home to stop
1:25:06
spending money abroad. The one argument that I've heard
1:25:10
repeated from Republicans is that, you know, before we spend
1:25:14
10s of billions of dollars abroad in Ukraine, as they fight
1:25:19
that terrible war against Russia, we need to shore up the
1:25:23
southern border. This is something that we're hearing
1:25:26
from conservative Republicans, certainly Republicans down in
1:25:30
tech, nice laugh till they fight that terrible war against
1:25:35
Russia, we need to shore up the southern border. This is
1:25:40
something that we're hearing from conservative Republicans,
1:25:43
certainly Republicans down in Texas and Arizona. And so that
1:25:47
is one of the arguments that they're making that let's spend
1:25:50
money here at home first and protect our border before we
1:25:53
protect another country's border.
1:25:56
Yeah, but the military aid for Ukraine has already been
1:25:58
approved for next year. So how much could a Republican majority
1:26:02
in the House should that happen? How much could they really do
1:26:05
about
1:26:05
it? Well, right now, there is a debate happening about when
1:26:10
exactly that money would dry up for Ukraine. Some people think
1:26:16
in the middle of next year, there is a big push on both
1:26:20
sides of the aisle from from Republicans and Democrats that
1:26:23
are very much concerned about the situation in Ukraine, to try
1:26:27
to get a really large package 10s of billions of dollars
1:26:32
passed in the lame duck session. Before what many expect
1:26:37
Republicans will be taking over the House of Representatives in
1:26:40
the new year. And so there is a big bipartisan push, we will
1:26:44
start to hear more about that in the days and weeks after the
1:26:49
election. But there's that very narrow window, where Democrats
1:26:53
will still be in control of both houses of Congress. And there
1:26:58
will be a number of Republicans that will want to cooperate with
1:27:01
them to ensure that Ukraine is funded through 2023.
1:27:08
Well, that's interesting. Voice move 14 seconds, because, you
1:27:12
know, this also happened just this week.
1:27:15
And the White House is responding to 30 Democrats from
1:27:18
the Progressive Caucus, who want President Biden to push for
1:27:21
peace talks to end the war in Ukraine. Spokesman John Kirby
1:27:25
said Vladimir Putin's actions make it clear he is not willing
1:27:28
to negotiate.
1:27:29
And then they withdrew it right away.
1:27:34
Somebody said, to withdraw it, right. And he would, of course,
1:27:38
soccer, heaven forbid, you know, I'm just bringing a Marxist
1:27:44
analysis of economic analysis, which is has modern Marxist
1:27:49
economists have always had this idea that war is a good thing
1:27:52
for the economy. And the Democrats have always fallen
1:27:55
into this. So the Vietnam War was always seen as the way the
1:27:58
savior of the economy and then the World War Two, suppose these
1:28:03
are what stopped a depression is all nonsense. But it's it's
1:28:05
interesting. And so if, if they were really honest with the
1:28:09
public, they'd say the following look, these wars are good for
1:28:12
the our economy, because we're spending, we're sending a lot of
1:28:16
money to these big companies like Raytheon, and Lockheed
1:28:19
Martin and all these things to support a war that we're kind of
1:28:22
involved in, but nobody in our sides getting killed. We're
1:28:26
letting all these other guys get killed in our place. But we
1:28:29
still get to spend the money. And it's really good for the
1:28:32
economy. That's kind of what's going on in the way I see it.
1:28:36
Yeah, but they will never admit something like that, because
1:28:39
it's sick.
1:28:40
Well, they might not admit it, but they certainly acted. Did
1:28:44
you see Rubio during his debate? Oh, man, listen to this. Right.
1:28:51
30
1:28:51
more seconds. Just to add, I think the response needs to be
1:28:53
proportional. And that what I mean by that, is that the NATO
1:28:56
alliance, well,
1:28:57
this is talking about, you know, if Putin lon you just made the
1:29:01
Dirty Bomb, dried, nuclear toxic,
1:29:03
have to meet and can't be unilateral, the NATO alliance
1:29:05
will have to meet and decide what is it proportional
1:29:07
response, and that would depend on the nature and level of the
1:29:10
attack. But it has to be an allied response, not simply a US
1:29:13
one. That's what's most critical here. Not anything at our
1:29:15
disposal, because we're not talking about the use of
1:29:18
strategic weapons or starting World War Three, but there needs
1:29:20
to be one. I would argue to you tonight, that they've already
1:29:23
attacked NATO. Because the Nord Stream pipeline underwater that
1:29:26
supplies Germany from Russia has been bombed, it was bombed. And
1:29:30
everyone's wondering, I saw a news report while they're saying
1:29:32
Russia may have done it. Well who else did it Luxembourg
1:29:34
Belgium.
1:29:36
I need to move on alright good dopey Rubio
1:29:42
worsen world
1:29:43
and he's on the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is
1:29:46
very powerful and I think he's the second guy in command over
1:29:49
there. He's he's reading on everything. Shame on you, little
1:29:53
Marco.
1:29:55
Let's go to the last clip of this. Boy that Ukrainian
1:29:58
Republic says one and two. Okay, now I have Ukraine. I have two
1:30:01
more clips.
1:30:02
We didn't play two. I think we only played one. We haven't
1:30:04
played two yet.
1:30:05
I tell you play both. Now. Here's two.
1:30:07
And you mentioned Republican members hearing from their
1:30:09
constituents about concerns. How widespread Do you think that is
1:30:14
in the general public has public support turned against the
1:30:18
support for Ukraine? Well, if
1:30:19
you remember it was just a little bit more than a year ago
1:30:23
that we pulled our troops out of
1:30:27
play. Sorry, I'm sorry. All right.
1:30:31
Try this one. This is the I have two others in Sen. You can take
1:30:35
it but try to Ukraine showdown this NPR.
1:30:38
Russian officials say as many as 70,000 people have left their
1:30:41
homes and Ukraine's Harrison province and Paris Frank Ordonez
1:30:44
report's findings intensifying, as Ukraine's military seeks to
1:30:47
take back the important city
1:30:49
residents were urged to evacuate the right bank of your son as
1:30:52
Ukrainian forces continued to advance on the region in
1:30:55
southern Ukraine. In Lucca Nova runs a center here in separ,
1:30:59
Asia where displaced people are gathering before traveling to
1:31:02
other parts of the country, those who want to do a activity.
1:31:06
She's saying people are really desperate that they're willing
1:31:09
to wait days even weeks in line trying to get out of the
1:31:12
occupied territory and back into safer parts of Ukraine. Russian
1:31:16
and Ukrainian troops are anticipating a major battle over
1:31:19
the city that is seen as key to control of the South. But
1:31:23
Ukrainian officials say the Russians are bringing in more
1:31:25
troops in hopes of holding their position.
1:31:29
This would be a little liberation.
1:31:32
Do you know the the mind control is so strong on this that Robert
1:31:39
Kennedy, Jr. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was on Megyn Kelly show. And
1:31:45
it was kind of cool, a little combative. You know, she's still
1:31:47
kind of a big pharma girl in a way. And he said, you know,
1:31:52
something happened. My son who was in college, he called me up
1:31:56
said, Dad, I'm going somewhere. He's 26. Dad, I'm going
1:31:58
somewhere. I don't want to ask questions. You don't need to
1:32:02
know. I'll tell you when I've done what I had to do. And so he
1:32:06
did. And of course, he's a grown man. And you know what his son
1:32:08
did? Join the Ukraine. Army, the mercenaries what what was that
1:32:16
called the Ukraine Foreign Legion? Yeah, I went and fought
1:32:22
and he came back after several months. And I just felt like I
1:32:25
had to do with Putin as a bully. And I had to do had to go and
1:32:28
help out. That's how that's how strong the programming is that
1:32:32
even it is good. It works. It's really good. It's impressively
1:32:36
good. Press it.
1:32:38
Now we have this one little clip last clip for me. Iran and
1:32:43
Russia meddling. This is a clip because there's just certain
1:32:46
kinds of ironies in this clip that are just head shaking. The
1:32:51
White
1:32:51
House is sending a stark warning to Iran amid the Russian
1:32:55
invasion of Ukraine and be ours. Windsor Johnston reports the
1:32:59
administration says evidence that two countries are colluding
1:33:02
inside Ukraine is clear and public National
1:33:05
Security Council Spokesman John Kirby is accusing Iran of
1:33:09
supplying drones.
1:33:10
Oh, he's now the national security spokesman. I see. He
1:33:14
was always the Pentagon spokesman. He has the national
1:33:16
security spokesman. That's a cool gig
1:33:20
Spokesman John Kirby is accusing Iran of supplying drones and
1:33:24
otherwise enabling Russian forces to kill Ukrainians and
1:33:28
damage critical infrastructure in the country that are
1:33:31
now on the ground in Crimea, assisting in that effort. The
1:33:36
transfer of these drones absolutely is a violation of UN
1:33:40
Security Council resolution 2231, which prohibits the
1:33:44
transfer of missile related goods, equipment and
1:33:46
technologies to or from Iran.
1:33:48
The White House says it's also seeing signs that Russia may be
1:33:52
training Iran on how to crack down on protests, trawling on
1:33:56
the Kremlin's experience in suppressing open demonstrations.
1:34:01
Hey, Vlad, we we've been pretty successful since the 70s. But
1:34:05
give us a few pointers. How do we crack these heads? Sure,
1:34:08
sure. Yeah. Right. That's so distressing.
1:34:13
That is this by the way that clip I would call the stupidest
1:34:16
thing I've heard this week. Yeah, the whole thing.
1:34:19
How is it any different from the US supplying openly weapons?
1:34:23
Yeah,
1:34:23
that's what I'm thinking. Yeah,
1:34:24
I mean, as well, it's not in the UN. Regulations. Okay. All
1:34:28
right. All right. That's okay. Because we know that it's all
1:34:32
going to come down to the dirty bomb. The dirty bombs gonna be a
1:34:35
dirty bomb Dirty Bomb ABC
1:34:37
overseas Ukraine now claims Russian forces are conducting
1:34:40
secret work at this apparition nuclear plant, possibly
1:34:43
preparing for an attack using radioactive waste. Russia has
1:34:46
previously accused Ukraine of planning to use a dirty bomb,
1:34:50
but that allegation was widely viewed as a pretext for Moscow.
1:34:53
to escalate the war. President Biden issued a warning to the
1:34:56
Russians yesterday.
1:34:58
Russia will be making An incredibly serious mistake. If I
1:35:03
were to use a tactical nuclear weapon, I'm not guaranteeing you
1:35:10
that it's a false flag operation yet. I don't know.
1:35:14
I mean, holy crap. For 100 years, as long as I've been
1:35:18
alive that even the term false flag was laughed, laughed out of
1:35:22
existence of flag. But now Now the President is saying, Look, I
1:35:29
can't guarantee I can't guarantee it won't be a false
1:35:33
flag.
1:35:33
I mean, please,
1:35:35
I'm not guaranteeing you that is a false flag operation yet don't
1:35:40
know. Wait until that happens, then we'll call it one. But it
1:35:44
would be a serious, serious mistake.
1:35:47
Meanwhile, a group of 30 Democrats have now retracted a
1:35:50
letter calling on Biden to negotiate directly with Russia
1:35:53
to end the war.
1:35:54
So that was ABC. CBS had Holly Williams out on location with
1:36:01
much more information about the dirty bomb
1:36:02
he made concrete. Today Russia is general in charge of nuclear
1:36:06
defense claimed that Ukraine's in the final stages of building
1:36:10
a so called bomb use it against It's a dirty bomb has never been
1:36:17
used before is not a nuclear bomb, and would be far less
1:36:21
harmful. But by using conventional explosives to
1:36:25
spread radioactive material, it's an effective weapon of
1:36:28
terror. The US has dismissed Russia's allegation as
1:36:32
transparently false,
1:36:34
the world would see through any Russian attempts to use this
1:36:39
allegation as a pretext for escalation.
1:36:44
Russia claims Ukraine's preparing something it means one
1:36:47
thing, said Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, suggesting
1:36:51
it's actually Russia that plans to use a dirty bomb. The US has
1:36:56
repeatedly accused Russia of so called false flag operations,
1:37:01
staging violent incidents and blaming them on Ukraine as a
1:37:04
justification for its brutal invasion. Hermann Hellas chenko
1:37:09
is Ukraine's energy minister and told us false flag attacks have
1:37:13
become Russia's standard practice. It's an alternative
1:37:17
reality. They don't care. The truth is, it's President Putin
1:37:22
who's threatened to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Do you think
1:37:26
it's possible that Vladimir Putin will use a tactical
1:37:29
nuclear weapon here in Ukraine? I am expected from everything.
1:37:36
The US says there would be consequences for Russia. Whether
1:37:40
it used a nuclear bomb or a dirty bomb. Nora,
1:37:44
scary and pally Williams Thank you
1:37:46
scary. Holly. Thank you. So
1:37:48
scary. Holly.
1:37:49
Why don't they say Hey, this is part of the Russian playbook.
1:37:53
Didn't hear that mention?
1:37:54
I didn't hear playbook.
1:37:55
You're right, because it's not because it's not it's not the
1:37:58
playbook. I can't guarantee is gonna be a false flag. We're
1:38:01
gonna find out what it is. And we'll let you know.
1:38:04
We went through the whole Dirty Bomb business during the al
1:38:07
Qaeda period. Whether we're going to do a dirty bomb in
1:38:11
Washington, DC and I Okay, it was the terrorists. We're gonna
1:38:15
do the dirty bomb during the Bush administration. Yeah, it's
1:38:19
our playbook.
1:38:22
Exactly right. We're the only ones ever talking about it. And
1:38:26
I don't know how effective a dirty bomb really is.
1:38:30
It's dirty.
1:38:31
I mean, you could just just hear we could do you just put a big
1:38:35
bag of fentanyl in one of those. Those packages that explodes
1:38:39
with cameras, and Killa kill the whole city. I don't see why a
1:38:42
dirty bomb has to be deployed
1:38:44
crop duster. crop duster.
1:38:48
I think we need to talk about the biggest D platforming of our
1:38:53
age since the mainstream picked it up. I didn't expect them to
1:38:57
report so widely on Kanye. Yay. But man, it's it's really
1:39:05
insane. What have you been following? What's going on with
1:39:07
a little bit?
1:39:08
Well, I have a couple reports. This is ABC
1:39:10
now with more incendiary comments about Jewish people
1:39:13
from rapper Kanye West. Appearing on a podcast Monday he
1:39:17
blamed a Jewish doctor for his bipolar diagnosis.
1:39:20
And I should mention that Kanye after doing the Tucker Carlson
1:39:23
show has been on almost every single show he can book himself
1:39:28
on. It's really It's like It's like he's going all out kamikaze
1:39:35
on this one. And you really been trying to get on every single
1:39:40
show
1:39:40
before apologizing to the host and it's just the latest in a
1:39:43
string of anti semitic comments that have prompted several
1:39:46
companies including a Hollywood talent agency and the fashion
1:39:50
house Balenciaga to cut ties with him. A documentary about
1:39:53
him has also been cancelled. But ABCs Matt Gutman says the anti
1:39:56
Defamation League has questions for German apparel maker indeed.
1:40:00
As which has a lucrative deal with Kanye,
1:40:02
by the way, Adidas if you look at their history, you know, like
1:40:06
literally made stuff for the Nazis. That's how far back the
1:40:09
family goes that
1:40:13
oh, yeah, oops,
1:40:14
on October 6, Adidas saying this relationship with Kanye West was
1:40:18
under review, but we've not heard from the company since
1:40:21
then. In the meantime, that continues to sell the popular
1:40:24
Yeezy brand of sneakers now, the ADL calling Adidas is silence,
1:40:30
deafening and dangerous
1:40:32
ABCs Machop and they're a group of people hung in anti semitic
1:40:35
banner over Los Angeles freeway after Kanye his recent comments,
1:40:39
it comes amid an alarming increase in anti semitic attacks
1:40:42
nationwide.
1:40:44
So Kanye just keeps digging deeper because
1:40:47
that banner looks like a hoax.
1:40:51
Yeah, could be could be. You know, what the NSA? He's been on
1:40:56
many podcasts. I've watched most of them. I think I understand
1:41:02
what he's trying to communicate. Of course, this is not going to
1:41:04
work. That's not how it works in today's environment. And they'll
1:41:09
do anything to shut him up. Now. In fact, they're going to make
1:41:13
him no longer a billionaire. He's just done you were a
1:41:15
billionaire. Not anymore. Why we say so.
1:41:18
New financial fallout for rapper Kanye West Forbes says West is
1:41:22
no longer a billionaire after at least eight other companies
1:41:26
cutting ties with him over his anti semitic comments. His
1:41:29
partnership with adidas was reportedly worth $1.5 billion.
1:41:34
Kanye sports agency is also taking a hit Celtics star Jalen
1:41:37
Brown and LA Rams star Aaron Donald cut ties yesterday.
1:41:41
Aaron Donald now show the Rams that's one of the Rams defensive
1:41:47
linemen and then Jaylen Brown is a basketball player for the
1:41:52
Boston Celtics.
1:41:54
So Adidas reported on this new on the stopping the deal with
1:42:00
Kanye, they said they were going to take a $250 million hit this
1:42:04
year for cutting the deal. And but they also said to that
1:42:09
meet with that, but they have to pay him? No,
1:42:13
they don't. Because they also said in this press release. We
1:42:17
own all the Yeezy designs. We don't need Kanye we own they
1:42:22
didn't say that part. But they say we own all they can they
1:42:25
can. I'm telling you. This is very sad. Because here's a guy
1:42:30
who probably has known for a long time how bad all of his
1:42:34
contracts are. And instead of I think he had the power to
1:42:39
renegotiate and do things differently. But instead he
1:42:42
chose to say hey, you know, we got to get everybody together
1:42:45
and tell these these companies and these people or as he says,
1:42:50
The Jews running these companies that they got to stop ripping us
1:42:53
off. And here I have so that's enough of
1:42:58
those. So so he was lacs with his. I feel it. Yes.
1:43:04
I feel so and he's, I mean sorry. True. Certainly when this
1:43:09
Adidas came out, well, this, they listen to this. And the
1:43:13
anti Defamation League says anti semitic incidents are up 40%
1:43:17
this year compared to this time last year. Meanwhile, the
1:43:20
Holocaust Museum here in Los Angeles has invited West for a
1:43:23
private tour. Nora, he turned down that offer.
1:43:27
Jonathan, thank you and we should know we condemn anti
1:43:30
semitism we stand with our Jewish colleagues and Jewish
1:43:32
people everywhere.
1:43:34
Okay, so I have two short clips that explains con yeas
1:43:39
arguments, which you will not hear because all you'll hear is
1:43:43
anti Semite anti Semite anti Semite. And this comes from the
1:43:47
LEX Friedman show who was a Russian Jew. And he is varied in
1:43:52
huge disagreement over Kanye generalizing Jews when they seem
1:43:59
dominant in an industry. So this this was a pretty good exchange.
1:44:04
This explains where Kanye is coming from. And I think this is
1:44:07
a fair pushback from Lex Friedman. And it'll kind of give
1:44:09
you some understanding beyond the headlines, which is the
1:44:13
Kanye basically is the new Hitler. He put
1:44:16
me as the only person that would say this, and I'm just saying
1:44:19
that was for Jewish members that controlled my voice because for
1:44:25
the fact that 90% of black people in entertainment, from
1:44:29
sports, to music to acting are in some way tied into Jewish
1:44:36
business people meaning that in some way, just like if if Rahm
1:44:41
is sitting next to Obama or Jared sitting next to Trump,
1:44:44
there's a Jewish person right there controlling the contrary,
1:44:50
the Jewish controlling that who gets the best video or not
1:44:54
controlling what the media says about me
1:44:57
person is not Jewish. Let me just say one but they are
1:45:00
though that's the only thing it just so happens that they are.
1:45:03
It just say, that doesn't mean that I hate them. Yes, that just
1:45:07
means that they are. But it's
1:45:09
a it's a dog whistle, to let me let me just say as I would love
1:45:14
to add more love to the world, I would love you to do that as a
1:45:19
person with a big voice with a big powerful voice and a lot of
1:45:23
people look up to. And when you say Jewish media, it's funny how
1:45:27
this world works that way, when you say Jewish media, or Jews or
1:45:31
controlling the voice of black artists,
1:45:35
black people, black artists, and when you say that I'm not
1:45:38
allowed to say it out loud, you
1:45:39
can say it, there's a large number of people that are
1:45:42
hurting and have anger and even have a hate in their heart when
1:45:47
they hear when they hear Jewish media, they start that Hastert
1:45:51
is being directed towards the Jewish people. Do you
1:45:56
acknowledge that that's Do you understand that you can you feel
1:45:59
the hate in the world. That's when that that comes to the
1:46:05
surface when you say stuff like that.
1:46:07
And that's, that's really the general way that this this is
1:46:10
being received. We got a call from from our Austin High School
1:46:17
teacher who's Jewish. And she said, and her mother is from, I
1:46:23
think Scotland know the UK, somewhere in the UK. She said I
1:46:27
was I just got my dual citizenship. I now can go to the
1:46:32
UK whenever I want to. And I probably will. If someone gets,
1:46:36
you know if the Republicans come to power because they want to
1:46:39
kill all Jews, cool guy, but that's real. That's real trauma.
1:46:43
John, it's
1:46:44
real, you know, just to be but why is the Republicans get
1:46:47
blamed for this stuff, Trump
1:46:49
Trump, Kanye is the black the black face of white supremacy.
1:46:54
So it's understandable when you know, there's no way you can get
1:46:58
out of this conversation. No one's ever going to agree with
1:47:00
Kanye. But this other thing he said, which has a short clip,
1:47:05
but I got someone putting music underneath it to make it into a
1:47:08
meme. So I didn't do that. But it makes a little bit more
1:47:11
dramatic. But this is also true, what he's saying
1:47:14
My people are sick. If I load up Apple music right now, and I
1:47:20
play the top songs and the rap chart, I will tell you, My
1:47:24
people are sick. If I go to the restaurants in opportunity
1:47:29
zones, and we look at the calorie rate in the cholesterol,
1:47:33
I will tell you that my people are sick. If we look at the
1:47:37
obesity rate, you will see that my people are sick and my people
1:47:41
meaning all people, if the media picks an overweight black woman,
1:47:46
it says this is body goals, then the media are influencing my
1:47:51
people to stay sick. And it just so happens that that night, I
1:47:59
was so frustrated after 20 years that I had to call it out in one
1:48:05
tweet, even if I say Hey, okay, I was frustrated for these
1:48:09
reasons. Now, it's not good enough. You've literally tried
1:48:12
to make me re apologize. 10 times in this meeting, we say
1:48:17
this, we say that. But it doesn't change the fact that my
1:48:21
people are sick. And I'm the only person in my position that
1:48:24
will say that my people are sick. Today, not 30 years ago,
1:48:28
not six years, my people are sick today. 50% of my peoples of
1:48:32
deaths are abortion today. My people don't have the
1:48:35
opportunities to day
1:48:37
yet think that's part of what his message is, is his messages
1:48:41
were being controlled or Nope. His message is, all these people
1:48:45
that you look up to are being controlled. He feels that Jews
1:48:49
who are controlling them. And he's saying we're sick. And and
1:48:53
of course, this is the problem. You need to get out of that and
1:48:57
walk away but that he can't seem to well, this maybe this is it.
1:48:59
Maybe this is his walk away. But it's very disappointing. He's
1:49:02
not working well at all.
1:49:05
You know, I was listening to that first series of clips about
1:49:08
you know, the Jared sitting next to him, and he's there. And this
1:49:11
guy's there. And these guys there. And this is some sort of
1:49:13
and these talks about control, control, controlling and he
1:49:15
blames everything on the Jews. I'm just a man is tiny, the way
1:49:20
it was structured. I'm thinking there's a conference room in the
1:49:23
CIA building where they're doing high fives. Because you mean the
1:49:28
H the one who's the controllers?
1:49:30
Yes. You mean the Catholics in action? The Catholics in action
1:49:34
not to generalize or anything but I guess you can say that
1:49:38
Catholics in action. Yeah.
1:49:43
Wow, that worked.
1:49:46
Well, they didn't back in the day when this Do you remember
1:49:48
who a very long time ago, there was a similar case with a
1:49:53
Hollywood superstar who got D platformed. Now, now I could say
1:49:59
Mel Gibson because he definitely got D platformed for doing
1:50:02
exactly the same thing, but he was allowed to come back. It
1:50:04
took him what? Eight 910 years.
1:50:07
He was actually never really, you know, it was a funny kind of
1:50:11
deep platforming, but he could still bring in the money and
1:50:14
that's all I really matter, right? Well, I think the same
1:50:16
thing will happen with Kanye if he shuts up.
1:50:19
Do you remember Marlon Brando?
1:50:22
Oh, this is a great story. You're talking about the woman?
1:50:28
No, Marlon Brando said the Jews control Hollywood.
1:50:31
Oh, no. Yeah, no, I'm talking about oh, you know that woman
1:50:34
who came out and accepted his academy award.
1:50:36
She was fake news. She was Pocahontas.
1:50:40
So you don't know? No, I guess not. She died recently. And her
1:50:46
family outed her. She was a Mexican she never was a Native
1:50:51
American. They hated her. The whole family disliked her for
1:50:53
pretending to be American Indian when she was a Mexican girl. And
1:50:59
it's a big scandal in the toilet papers because they all have
1:51:02
families jumping all over it so they were added we delis had
1:51:05
never spoke let her die before we brought it out. Wow. So So
1:51:10
Brando brings on a phony to accept his award for me. He's
1:51:14
like a hypocrite, as you just mentioned. Meanwhile, this
1:51:18
girl's like just a phony.
1:51:21
So back in the day in the United States on mainstream television,
1:51:25
when something like this came up, we wouldn't be all like Oh,
1:51:29
it's the Holocaust. We're all gonna die again. It's like this
1:51:32
makes people want to kill Jews. I gotta leave the country. No.
1:51:37
Our comedians took care of our hearts and our souls. Here is
1:51:42
nor McDonald. Last week
1:51:44
on Larry King Live, Marlon Brando made the shocking
1:51:46
statement that Hollywood is quote, run by Jews. In response,
1:51:53
outraged Jewish organizations made it snow in New York in
1:51:56
April.
1:52:06
Well, earlier this week, actor Marlon Brando met with Jewish
1:52:10
leaders to apologize for comments he made on Larry King
1:52:13
Live among them that quote Hollywood is run by Jews. The
1:52:18
Jewish leaders accepted the actor's apology and announced
1:52:22
that Brando is now free to work again
1:52:27
that was Saturday Night Live that
1:52:29
was that was all good stuff. It was fun. Another guy who did did
1:52:33
a similar kind of thing was Mel Brooks who's very Joe yeah oh
1:52:37
yeah. His I remember one of his lines I think it was in the
1:52:39
producers there wouldn't be any show businesses if it wasn't for
1:52:42
Jews and gays
1:52:47
that kind of stuff.
1:52:49
Yeah, that stuff is now verboten so yeah, but these Wheaties yeah
1:52:54
I'm gonna say it oh medic situations to hurt so much when
1:52:57
you say these things pains me but I know it pains you more so
1:53:06
all right let's do one more thing just to get us into the
1:53:10
mood because we got a lot of people to thank have gotten some
1:53:14
Oh, oh yes some a little bit of a nut job news here. So Dylan
1:53:20
Mulvaney the fake girl and I'm convinced now since one of our
1:53:25
producers sent this said oh look at look at his her IMDb was was
1:53:32
an actor trying to do this stick in 2015 Didn't work as an actor.
1:53:37
And so And there's something very if I have to play this I'm
1:53:41
sorry. So this Mulvaney character went it was like a
1:53:47
whole bunch of LGBTQ Qi P k plus noodle boy, people who were
1:53:51
sitting in a semi circle. We're asking the President questions
1:53:54
all scripted. Because President scripted answers, you know,
1:53:58
and she, she she did a fool, by the way shameful,
1:54:01
quite shameful when she read her little script and everything. So
1:54:05
that was boring. But now let's get back to her follow up or
1:54:08
follow up after you know, the top thing of the meeting was the
1:54:12
cookie that she received the Presidential cookie. And then
1:54:14
she got the pet the President's dog. This is this is what your
1:54:18
children are watching.
1:54:19
So apparently, I've caused a boycott of a very large retail
1:54:22
chain simply for being trans, which I'm just not really in the
1:54:26
mood to address maybe I will eventually. But I started making
1:54:29
videos on how to spread joy not to be like constantly defending
1:54:33
myself. Can't we just have some fun on here pupil. So instead,
1:54:38
I'm just going to tell you about all the good things happening in
1:54:40
my life. first good thing, the President gave me a cookie and I
1:54:44
asked you all if I should eat it or not, and I've decided that
1:54:47
I'm going to eat it and receive the package. Because not eating
1:54:51
it is a scarcity complex.
1:54:54
I like scarcity complex. I like that. Not eating is a scarcity
1:54:59
car. blacks because
1:55:01
night is a scarcity complex. And I believe that this isn't going
1:55:06
to be my last White House cookie bed from Iran, of course,
1:55:12
democracy that's up on the things and flew back to LA from
1:55:18
DC and I had a big audition today. Then it went so well. It
1:55:23
really did. And I want to act again. Because being meek can be
1:55:26
so exhausting and playing a character sounds kind of nice
1:55:29
right now.
1:55:30
Yep, playing this character is exhausting. This is a huge
1:55:35
giveaway. It's really, man, that dude is very insulting. towards
1:55:41
what's
1:55:41
really a problem to me is the fact that the White House was
1:55:47
amenable to the character and it brought him in as though it was
1:55:50
real. I don't believe there was any indication that this was
1:55:53
just a fraud. Yeah, I think from the get go in the White House is
1:55:56
stupid that shows you we can't trust these people to do
1:56:00
international negotiations. If this is how easy they are to be
1:56:05
bamboozled, bamboozled. That's the word and then
1:56:08
I dumped the clip already, but goes on saying, Oh, everybody, I
1:56:12
am big my FFS surgery my FFS surgery in in December. I'm so
1:56:16
excited. ffs Do you know what? ffs surgery is? No need to die.
1:56:22
Facial Feminization Surgery.
1:56:24
Oh, yeah, that's a big deal. That's what they do.
1:56:28
All right now from from the other night,
1:56:30
you look? Is that look like some dude? Hey, you know, you look a
1:56:36
little more feminine.
1:56:38
So no top surgery. ffs All right.
1:56:43
Not questioning is you're gonna have as Dick cut off? That's the
1:56:46
question. No, it's
1:56:47
John. He sounds so old and out of touch.
1:56:51
I, you know what? I'm old, but I'm not out of touch.
1:56:58
Well, you've heard about the litter boxes in schools. Haven't
1:57:03
we even had a report on here from time to time?
1:57:06
I remember this vaguely is the dumbest thing ever. I'm
1:57:10
trying to think actually, I did shouldn't look this up. Let me
1:57:12
see if there's a was it litter? So Oh, yeah, this is here's one
1:57:18
of those reports. This is from January. So back to January.
1:57:23
But our community needs to understand that the agenda that
1:57:27
is being pushed
1:57:28
through our Michigan's Michigan Midland Michigan School Board,
1:57:31
just my opinion, but somewhat nefarious when it comes to some
1:57:36
of the activities, it was addressed by a child a couple
1:57:41
months ago, that they are put in an environment where there are
1:57:44
kids that are that identify as a furry a cat or a dog, whatever.
1:57:49
And so yesterday, I heard that at least one of our schools in
1:57:52
our town has a in one of the unisex bathrooms, a litter box
1:57:57
for the kids that identify as cats.
1:57:59
So this, apparently, is one big phony fake fraud fake news
1:58:05
story. It's not true. This apparently, is one of those
1:58:13
stories that everybody tells and it starts off like this. My
1:58:19
daughter's friend's cousin. This guy I know from work his
1:58:23
brother, who also has a friend at work. And the Canadian
1:58:27
Broadcasting Corporation. The CBC is calling this hoax for
1:58:31
what it is.
1:58:33
It has come to our attention that misinformation is currently
1:58:36
circulating in our school communities and online regarding
1:58:39
the presence of litter boxes in our schools. Please know that
1:58:42
the Renfrew County District School Board and the Renfrew
1:58:45
County Catholic District School Board do not have and have never
1:58:49
had litter boxes in any of our elementary and secondary sites.
1:58:54
That's a recent public statement from an Ontario School Board and
1:58:58
it's gonna require some explanation. Yeah, they are
1:59:00
responding to allegations that they've been putting out litter
1:59:03
boxes for students who identify as cats. The idea that school
1:59:08
boards have been doing this has spread all over North America.
1:59:11
It's a thinly veiled criticism of accommodations for LGBTQ
1:59:16
students. And to be clear, there is absolutely no evidence to
1:59:20
back it up. But that hasn't stopped some US Republicans from
1:59:24
turning it into a talking point.
1:59:26
Maybe school schools are not fully disclosing that they are
1:59:30
allowing children who identifies Snake's cats whatever they're
1:59:36
providing litter boxes for the cats
1:59:40
that states and and notice that the music this is very the music
1:59:44
they're playing under this bit is like you're in the twilight
1:59:47
zone, but it's not really true. It's a lie. It's Republicans in
1:59:50
America doing
1:59:51
this again is bowling. Like is
1:59:53
only but yes only Republicans.
1:59:56
Children who identifies snakes, cats For whatever, they're
2:00:01
providing litter boxes for the cats,
2:00:05
that state senator Janice bowling of Tennessee repeating
2:00:08
the claim in the state legislature, and she's not the
2:00:11
only politician doing this. Tyler Kincaid is a national
2:00:15
reporter for NBC News. His colleagues did a deep dive on
2:00:19
where this myth came from, and what kind of impact it's having.
2:00:23
Tyler Good morning. Welcome to day sick and music. Hi,
2:00:26
good morning, sir.
2:00:27
So how did you become interested in this rumor about schools
2:00:30
providing cat litter for kids who identify as animals?
2:00:33
Yeah, well, I've been covering a lot of these sort of culture
2:00:37
wars affecting American schools over the past couple of years.
2:00:41
And in January of 2022, we had noticed and incident that
2:00:46
struggle viral online out of Michigan. It was something that
2:00:50
we pretty quickly dismissed. We decided we weren't going to
2:00:53
cover it at the time. We thought that people would see this is
2:00:57
blatantly untrue. The school said it was untrue, and we will
2:01:01
thought we could not have been more wrong. Many other
2:01:06
politicians started picking up on this in Texas, again, once
2:01:11
it's over, it just seemed to keep spreading.
2:01:15
It went on for eight minutes, John so does
2:01:19
there's an interesting aspect of this that is not being discussed
2:01:22
by these two boneheads one they didn't cover it for the reason
2:01:26
he said oh, that's probably bullshit. No, it's two to four
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day covered it. They didn't cover it because oh my god, this
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isn't reflecting poorly on the Democrats and some of the some
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of our identity politics. Let's cover it up. Let's don't cover
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it. Because if they really were serious about thinking it was
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nonsense, they would have recovered it and said it was
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nonsense and proven. It was nonsense. There's no evidence we
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can't find any no evidence that we can that there's any cattle
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in our boxes. Anyway, this is a story and they could have
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actually turned it around if they didn't believe it and
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turned it into an anti Republican screed but no, no,
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no, they covered it up because they were fearful that it was
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part of it was true. That's why they didn't cover it. This guy's
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a liar.
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And that's why there's two of us. And with that, I'd like to
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thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you the
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man who put the sea in companionship for 15 years
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ladies and gentlemen my friend on the other end Mr. John
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Dame is in the nights out there
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and the morning Hello everybody. years and the pile of cash just
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keeps getting bigger in the morning to our trolls who are in
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the troll room and have been doing I actually had to ban
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someone today. It didn't work he's back. It was saying
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horrible things. But like what whenever I hear rap music I want
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to kill a black person. I thought that was bannable
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I think so do
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I like saying horrible shit like that? Yeah, he's
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a racist. Yeah,
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well that it drove some trolls are racist some trolls a lot of
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them some extra some trolls
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troll a lot of them
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some trolls or just lovey you want to hug them and you know
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others of
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you. But there's more than a few. There's a lot of them that
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are helpful. Useful. They catch errors on the fly which June big
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deal they do, which is a real big deal. Because then you want
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to do a mia culpa is all the time. And yeah, they can look
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stuff up quick. And this is all part we can do a decent
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research.
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This is all part of the troll room that void zero setup. I
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want to say 13 years ago, maybe we didn't have it in the
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beginning it took it took a year or two before all that started
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to happen. And your insistence. What do you mean at my
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insistence?
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At your insistence? Because I was not?
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Oh, you were not a fan? Yeah, you were not a fan. You've never
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watched the troll room now you don't look at it.
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Nope. But I think I know its value. It helps you a lot with
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your jokes because you've never been able to ad lib anything. So
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you go right to the troll room and
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that's exactly the love that I have felt for 15 years you old
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give him a day give me a free material. I'm at a huge
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disadvantage on the show.
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Hey, let's count how many trolls requires
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Joe
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to write or scurry around. Oh man. Is no one here today. 1783
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I thought you would go people would come and celebrate with
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us. I don't care
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I'm a teen 83 is lousy.
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Yeah they don't care. Like those guys it's gonna be yep and and
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playing horns. Well you miss them good deconstruction, didn't
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you? Yeah, there
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was some good material.
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Now if you want to join the troll room, you can go to troll
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room.io or If you can get one of those beautiful non legacy
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podcast apps, which you can use pod verse, you can use a
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fountain I think pod versus a curio Kassar pod verse will give
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you an alert when we go live pops up, you hit it, you get the
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troll room right there you hear the live stream? It's, it's
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incredibly beautiful. And trolls arts have been such a big part
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of the show, then yes, I personally want to thank every
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single troll who has either helped me Yes, sometimes you get
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one liners, but also they will sometimes just work me up. Just
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get me all pissed off.
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This is true to and that's actually funnier. It's not a bad
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thing. It angry,
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I think helps the show. I think I think there is a benefit to
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it. Yes, nude podcast. apps.com A lot of people were I said was
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say new podcast. apps.com They would say is that nude podcast?
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apps.com. Yes, yes, I've registered that as well. Or you
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can join us over at no agenda social.com which you can follow
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John C. Dvorak at no agenda social.com Adam at no agenda
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social.com from any Mastodon server, believe me it is the
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future of social networking is not going to be centralized,
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semi centralized, or what we like and thank you to Erina for
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running that for the past few years after I set it up and got
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into big trouble because it's a lot of work as a lot of data and
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he is never asked for any compensation. refuses refuses to
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take any donations. He does it for the show. He's good man. I
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was like void zero. You know, it's the same thing that a lot
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of people bemrose There's so many I wish I could thank
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everybody but I know that we would forget so many important
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people. But we will thank Taunton Neil, who gave us the
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artwork for episode 1497 That was titled bug peeps kind of an
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uninspired title. Personally, I think we both felt that way but
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just couldn't come up with anything better really could
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now this art was you know, now we're kind of in our sentimental
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mode. It's like well, you know, it's almost 15 years it's a cute
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cheesecake like let's choose that one that's kind of how it
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went. What else do we have? We had well the no agenda stamp
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which you use for the newsletter that wasn't available. Oh, it
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wasn't there. Oh,
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they came after
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the one I liked a lot was fluff comments pillbox and no agenda
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pillbox? With all the with all the different colors?
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Oh, yes. You'd like a yes, yes. You didn't. Why you really like
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that one? I really disliked that one. And you know why? Because I
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need one of those pillboxes.
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Nuff said I got it.
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That could be it but it's just I didn't recognize what it was.
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Until you know me.
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Well, I think maybe it's because I have one in my life and I
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recognize that pillow. I love to pet Rex's here eat the cookie.
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But of course did like that one, we're not
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going to use that we're not going to use that that nut job.
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There was a lot of Russia playbooks, which didn't really
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play
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out you like the one with the GIMP I like in the background.
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No, I
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did not. I liked the ones with the mind that you want. And the
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one
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below us had playbook. Let me see. Which one is ladies look at
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the mime and go down one was to mimes I guess. Oh that no other
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you eat blue one mind where he's holding the bowl. Oh, I
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see. I see. I see. Yeah, the cookie down below it. Yeah, I'd
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like to play book which is kind of Cyrillic
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kinda I didn't like what the what the funny one was by I Gore
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planting mines in the desert holding against it but it was
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not you know, it was a little lame. It was funny though. Like
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some board mind what every
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every artist wants to hear your your funny but lame. Sorry. The
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piano pecker capitalist agenda. Well tried thought was too
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complicated. We're
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not using this too
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complicated. And those were the main ones I think. The other
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things like a cookie. Congrats on your transness now we're not
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going to use that you knew that?
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Yeah, the thing about tantan ESPC was very dimensional.
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The the teaser the 15 years. Yeah, it had like three four
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different layers. It was very good. Yeah, it was nice. She's a
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pro. They're all pros. And everyone's going for the big 15
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logo for this show. Which I'm pretty sure we're gonna choose
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one so but you never know. You never know what kind of mood
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we're in I like donations and after donate already used
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this ramp on the newsletter. The stamp was quite nice actually
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use it for the for the bad signal as well. It's good. Very
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good. Thank you very much Taunton, Neil. We really
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appreciate that. And of course all of the artists that are Put
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this work in also available on any podcasts and 2.0 app, you
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Paul couture, who picked up the demise of the early Art
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multiple technology teams, multiple platforms, from
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headless Drupal in multiple languages. It's been offline,
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gone down all kinds of stuff. And it's been running so
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beautifully for at least the past 10 years. And we really
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appreciate his production work all of this value for value,
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which is what makes it all so beautiful. The value for value
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system can be monetized monetary, is monetizing. But we
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you know, it's like if you're going to run servers for us or
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get other things done to a whole Art Generator that's worth a lot
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that's incredibly valuable. Getting people in the mouth is
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before we start on this long list want to thank all of Noah
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in the nation for supporting the show but also supporting DHA
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are you doing shaking? I suppose the sound like it was you know
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Cast the net? Cast the net testament? Yeah.
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An egg cast in it, as opposed to this.
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