Cover for No Agenda Show 1502: Shood Fortage
November 10th • 3h 21m

1502: Shood Fortage

Transcript

The transcripts of No Agenda are automatically generated and therefore, not fully accurate. Discretion is advised.

Click the text to start playing from that position in the show. Click the timestamp to copy a direct link to that position to your clipboard in order to propagate the formula.

0:00
Hey Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak,
0:05
Thursday, November 10 2022. This is your award winning nation
0:08
media assassination episode 15 102.
0:11
This is no agenda awaiting our cop 27
0:16
reparations and broadcasting live from the heart of Texas
0:19
Hill Country here in FEMA Region number six in the morning,
0:22
everybody. I'm Adam curry,
0:24
and from Northern Silicon Valley I'm John C. Dvorak.
0:29
Buzzkill.
0:32
Wow, no quips no nothing
0:34
straight ahead equipotent As I was delivering it, I said, Where
0:38
does that clip go?
0:41
How do I do that clip again? Well, you're welcome America.
0:46
Mainstream Media safe democracy we're we're good to go.
0:53
Red wave is right there with global sea level rise about the
1:00
same
1:02
Wow, man, that was really interesting. Of course. I do
1:06
have to claim a little bit of glory here for my call on
1:10
Fetterman I
1:11
mean I'm giving you 100% credit for this you will you're you own
1:15
today's show. I am
1:17
so God Who would have
1:19
thunk that Pennsylvania by the way there's some district where
1:23
there's a I guess it was a senator or maybe it was a
1:26
congressman there there was a guy that was dead for a month
1:28
they voted him
1:30
Where was this guy?
1:33
Let's go he's a Democrat. He's dead. Fine.
1:38
Good to go. Everybody wasn't dead anyway. Anthony Tony DeLuca
1:44
Yeah, De Luca de lugar de Loup De Luca wake up wake up you one
1:49
died of lymphoma John's not that funny Okay.
1:53
Thank you. Thank you for killing the joke but
1:56
see this is this is the point this is why I knew in America
2:01
now in in woke leftist America. And again they brought in all
2:05
the
2:06
money for repeat what you're saying is you're voting for
2:08
people because they feel sorry for him. And you can't feel more
2:11
sorry for someone who died of lymphoma. Yes, exactly. This
2:16
product for bachelor died of lymphoma. I'm voting for him.
2:19
This is this proves it. Exactly. This is exactly what I'm talking
2:23
about. It's like well, you know, I mean, like even Kara Swisher,
2:27
you know, who had a stroke. Now she's like, No, no, no, it's
2:31
just great. And he's very understand what makes our by the
2:34
way, I want to say, you know, until you told me that Kara
2:37
Swisher had a stroke, I never knew that she doesn't appear to
2:40
look any different to me now, or act any different for that
2:45
matter?
2:46
So I just have to say, I'm sure you have clips, I got a couple
2:51
of clips, but I really delighted. Well, I actually have
2:55
I have a question because you know, the mainstream sometimes
2:57
you can tell if if they're biased or not. It's it's not
2:59
always easy to tell. Sometimes it's very easy to tell, but you
3:02
can't really tell if a if a news model is biased because they
3:06
just kind of you know, look pretty. And they look pretty
3:10
saying, Well, okay, then you tell me is this anchor is Is she
3:16
Republican or Democrat? I think the
3:18
important thing to remember is the disenfranchisement is the
3:21
bug the features the red Mirage, and we know, because all Trump's
3:26
campaign officials testified under oath before the January 6
3:28
committee, that the reason they've demonized every other
3:33
vote other than same day, which they've never relied upon, but
3:36
they do now is to create a Trumpian Mirage, a red Mirage so
3:41
that the litigation and perhaps even the unrest takes place
3:46
while people are deluded into thinking the stuff that gets to
3:49
your point. The baskets that get counted first tell a lie. And it
3:54
really if you sit and think about it signals incredible,
3:57
extraordinary political weakness, which may not even be
3:59
the case tonight.
4:02
So weird. All right. So you're not sure yet. Nicole Wallace
4:06
says she worked for the Republicans.
4:08
Good. She's always she's worked with Republicans but she's a
4:11
never Trumper former Republican who is
4:16
I know Democrat, right. But this is this Trump is not running in
4:19
this election. Anyway. Let's listen to this.
4:21
Trump was running he lost.
4:23
Arizona is Trump's white whale. I mean, Arizona, Arizona,
4:27
Arizona is Trump's mantra and there's no
4:29
here's where she gets all Judy.
4:31
Get ready for it. Arizona is Trump's white whale. I mean,
4:35
Arizona, Arizona, Arizona is Trump's mantra and there's no
4:38
one more subservient to Trump's message about the lie than
4:41
Carrie lake. So the fact that Arizona is already the epicenter
4:45
of the big lie 2022 is not an accident. The Cyber ninjas are
4:50
coming to get him this time. But again, it is January 6 committee
4:54
presented all the evidence. It was like oh, yeah, they did all
4:56
that in public. Because we're covering Arizona tonight.
4:58
They've done it all in public.
5:00
Remember this was the state that freaked him out because it was
5:02
called First it was the first state that sort of shocked him
5:05
by the Fox News which freaked him out all the more. It's also
5:09
I think the important point that Ben just made. This is an open
5:11
carry state. This is the state where people are watching but
5:14
Dropbox is fully armed. And it's the state I think for the
5:18
disinformation universe is the most potent because Carrie lake
5:21
on down that entire ticket are election deniers, each one more
5:26
extreme than the last one. I'm just I just was quickly looking
5:29
at just looking into the transcript of some of the things
5:31
Carrie Lake is saying tonight, they are panicking. You don't
5:34
panic like that. If you feel you're in a position of strength
5:37
in terms of the actual election.
5:39
I'm telling you, man, they could not get away from being so
5:44
happy. It was I mean, I expected it of course but still you
5:50
think, Man they really they're so dedicated to it. There's so
5:56
involved that they they can't even bring themselves to be
6:00
professional for a moment. No, they can't at all. It's
6:04
impossible and joy read I only have one clip but man it's a
6:07
doozy in the in her guests. So Lauren bow Burt. Bad now she was
6:13
already in Congress, I believe.
6:16
Yes. Barbara is the one who said that. And we have the clip of
6:19
her saying that's bull crap. She that's Bovard she that she is
6:25
the kind of Marjorie Taylor Greene of Colorado. I think
6:32
she's a she's tough on the Congress. She's not nutty, in a
6:36
way that Marjorie Taylor Greene is. But Marjorie Taylor Greene.
6:41
Kind of more she was she's kind of nutty, but she's charming in
6:44
a nutty way. And Bobo is just a mean, mean woman. So our mean
6:49
girl, she's like a mean, girl. Okay, we're just what's her? I
6:53
like her a lot. And it's a shame that they she couldn't pull this
6:56
off. she I think she got kicked out.
6:58
Oh, I thought her race was not over yet.
7:01
Well, it shouldn't be even close. But
7:05
how did why does she get into because what did she What did
7:08
she say? She was just pissed off and said I'm gonna run for
7:10
office and she won. Isn't that is that her? best possible? I
7:14
don't know what was first like the Congress in 2020 After she
7:17
defeated in common Representative Scott Tipton? I
7:22
don't know. But anyway. Let's just presume that she loses or
7:27
lost. What What can a former politician like Laurinburg do?
7:34
Was she do before?
7:35
That's what I don't know. I don't know. Was she I think she
7:42
was in a restaurant business. Maybe she was just worked. Well,
7:48
well. Joy Reid and guests have some ideas for her
7:51
tight race against Lauren bowburn. Meat what's the meaning
7:54
is Lauren Bovard the second most popular Q and on Congress person
7:58
in manga? What if she goes What if she loses? And what job will
8:02
she have? I don't even think exists anymore. I don't think
8:04
shooters exist anymore.
8:07
I guess it might be a might be a game for for only fans. I don't
8:12
know what you
8:13
would do in this scenario. But I think that
8:15
brother, these guys are terrible.
8:17
She said, I don't think shooter's has girls anymore.
8:19
That choo choo choo and then he tight. He piles on top with?
8:24
Well, I think only fans would benefit. Did you just call her a
8:27
whore? Is that basically the
8:29
idea? He called her out as a whore. That's what he did
8:33
whoever that was, and that this is the Democrats been there.
8:36
civility is a good example right there.
8:39
It's just amazing. Now let's just go back before the red
8:44
wave, the red Mirage which they should have deemed not the red
8:49
Mirage but the orange Mirage if they were smart, but no, they're
8:52
too smug at the moment. They can't think straight. We would
8:55
advise them how to do that better to before the midterms.
8:59
Please remember what was on on deck what was at stake what was
9:03
on the ballot turn
9:04
control of this government. Over to the Republicans you are
9:08
turning over the democracy
9:09
if the election deniers on the right win in 2022 in November
9:13
next month. To me, democracy looks like it's over in America.
9:17
Fascism is here to stay. And if they lose, we get maybe another
9:21
insurrection domestic terrorism a civil war, God forbid
9:25
there's a path to chaos in America.
9:27
It's not wrong. It is perhaps chaos. And whether to cast
9:32
whether we continue to march down it is one of the major
9:35
choices if not the major choice. Most voters face this coming
9:38
Tuesday.
9:39
One of the issues is obviously going to be its shake on this
9:43
election is democracy and the end of the January 6
9:47
investigation if the Republicans take over the House, it dies
9:50
with the end of this Congress given how important
9:52
this case is to the issue of democracy Halle,
9:55
which is at stake in this election. As you will know
9:58
especially with so many elections, denying Republicans
10:00
running for some of these secretary of state races, for
10:03
example, gubernatorial Attorney General
10:05
tank, a gas, or a gallon of milk is or you'll rent on your house
10:09
for the price of your used car is really, really, really
10:12
important. It's just not as important lose losing your
10:15
democracy. We are on the precipice if we don't get this
10:18
right this time. Yes. We don't get this right. This time. It's
10:21
over. Can you put Trump back in a democracy is over. I'm not
10:26
overstating it. That's where we're at.
10:29
Right now. I got plenty of clips. You have some too. And
10:32
let's just pause for a moment.
10:34
I don't have that many. But let me say one thing before we leave
10:37
the Bovard is she's on my list of people trying to either I
10:42
tried to contact to try to do something with totally aloof and
10:47
possible to get a hold of or have you tried
10:49
to her only fans account?
10:52
Now? Yes. The she would actually on Twitter. She couldn't talk to
11:00
her there either, even though she had to open message to set
11:03
up. So she, you know,
11:05
she's got no link.
11:06
I've noticed this with a lot of these guys. They're just
11:09
impossible, aloof, not really connected. They don't worry. It
11:15
just you can see it coming down Broadway, they're not gonna hang
11:18
in there long enough, because most politicians are politicians
11:21
in general.
11:23
But I think it's kind of funny that that guest said that, but
11:26
only fans and politicians. They do have some similarities. You
11:30
know, they're both, you know, pay to spray basically. You
11:35
know, it's like, you want to talk to him. You got to show up
11:37
with a check.
11:40
Hello? Possibly. Yeah. I just was taken aback by the year that
11:45
that phrase. You haven't heard that one? No, I don't want to
11:51
hear it again.
11:52
Never. Never again. Sorry.
11:56
So, you know, these days, one of the things that's interesting to
12:00
me about this whole thing is the lack of mention of because this
12:05
is really an issue, it seems to me with the head of the RNC,
12:09
because these that's the guidance.
12:12
Isn't trump the head of the RNC?
12:14
No, he's never been the head of the RNC. Rebus if you remember
12:18
during Trump's era and you don't take over the RNC as my
12:21
administrative job it's not usually very few politicians
12:25
took
12:25
advantage of it don't get mad just asked who's the head of it
12:29
that's there you go that's what you're doing is proving my
12:33
point. Yeah. Do you know run make Daniel Oh otherwise known
12:39
as Rama Rana Rana Romney? Yeah, head of the RNC such previous
12:46
gave it up to be a work in the Trump administration. Wait,
12:49
wait. So this is Romney's wife?
12:54
No, no, it's uh, it's she's married to one of her. I think
12:57
Romney's older brother
12:58
doesn't matter. It's a Romney connection. Well, of
13:00
course it says Romney connection. Yes, absolutely. So
13:04
I'm wondering we find the Rama connection. When she took over
13:09
from the dead from Priebus. Trump is the one who and because
13:12
you're You never used to go by this name. It was Ronna Romney.
13:16
Supposedly Trump even though she denies this, try to convince her
13:21
to stop using the Romney name. Hmm. Because of the beef that
13:26
Trump and right yeah, sure. And that she had she eventually did
13:29
whether it was because of his chiding or not is beside the
13:33
point. The point is that she's never mentioned in the
13:36
conversation. I would love to hear what Kellyanne Conway had
13:42
to say about any of this before or after, but she's been
13:45
blackballed, obviously from the TV shows. As you recall. If you
13:50
go back and you're
13:51
accused, she was on Fox. I saw her election night on Fox. A
13:55
washing
13:55
Yeah, I was on. I was watching CNN. Yeah, we'll do it. What
13:59
does she have to say? Oh, yeah, the clips are
14:01
her no, she was just as just as much a dud as Jen Psaki on
14:07
MSNBC. She almost didn't say anything. He just sitting there.
14:13
I hope they didn't pay. Okay. Well,
14:14
that would be that as it may Rana is not mentioned in the
14:18
conversation. And it seems that you should be Yeah. If you're
14:22
the head of the RNC because you're you're calling a lot of
14:24
shots. She's if you read her bio, she seems to be okay. A
14:29
good person. But whether she has the vision because the
14:35
Republicans screwed up left and right, man. In fact, if you
14:39
start reading between the lines, you can see where they actually
14:43
they pulled some some electioneering things where you
14:46
were during the during the process of redistricting, they
14:50
would push a blue district or a red district up against the blue
14:54
district. And the blue districts still win 10 Making they their
15:01
red district out of contention if they joined him with this,
15:04
you just have red district next to red district. I mean, there
15:07
was that element. And then there was the element of, of running
15:10
these, what they say as weak candidates. And the counter
15:13
argument to that, by the way is the weak candidate argument,
15:15
which is where the Democrats were financing the the, quote
15:21
unquote, election deniers and Trump errs that the most extreme
15:25
they could find, which is an old Democrat trick he tried to do
15:28
this with with debates, you put up a radical maniac and you
15:33
debate him. So they did this and they were they were condemned.
15:37
If you remember, if you listen to this enough, before the
15:40
election, there's all these Democrats are taking a huge
15:42
risk, because they're putting these radicals up against their
15:45
guy. And if the radicals win, and Congress is gonna be rife
15:50
with radicals, but it didn't win, they all lost. And so then
15:53
when that starts to become discussed, again, which isn't by
15:57
the mainstream, but when it was It goes like this, well, that
16:00
that idea that you put a bad candidate up and they lose a lot
16:06
of Fetterman, Fetterman, Fetterman, and they pointed
16:09
Fetterman. There's a bad candidate, and he won. So that
16:12
argument is no good. That argument is very good. That
16:15
Pennsylvania election is weird. And so it doesn't really count.
16:19
They do like the dead guy and everything like that. So the
16:22
Republicans were caught caught so flat footed. And so it and
16:27
they were so arrogant, and stupid. I mean, Carrie lake
16:30
would come on Tucker time and time again. And she was just so
16:34
glib about winning this whole thing. And everybody assumed it
16:38
was going to be this and that. It now it was a joke. Good to be
16:42
here both.
16:44
That was quite quite the soliloquy.
16:47
All right, say I'm just wrapping it
16:48
up. Well, no, I have a few things to say if you're
16:51
interested. Now, no, no,
16:54
go on. Please.
16:58
Go get a drink. Okay, so the what I'm noticing now is post
17:03
this election, which and I'll just say a few things about it.
17:07
First of all, I think what happened in Florida, that to me
17:10
showed really the direction America wants to go. Now if it's
17:15
all these, all, that not all the people from the other states
17:17
move to Florida. And that's why there was such an overwhelming
17:21
majority, including Miami Dade, which I guess apparently he's
17:24
always blue and Democrat. So you'd have to presume that there
17:28
were Democrats who voted for DeSantis, etc. That was that's
17:33
quite phenomenal. So either. Things were mean, there were
17:38
lots of problems. We can talk about that in Maricopa County
17:42
and you were in a runoff in Georgia, it's kind of it looks
17:44
like the same playbook. It's undeniable. So it was their
17:47
shenanigans. I don't know no one seems to really be claiming it.
17:50
But that's what I thought if you have a red wave, that's what it
17:53
would look like. And it didn't look like that. So my going to
17:58
think that it's probably you know, everyone Riggs so that
18:01
might have evened out. I just don't hear the protests. So I
18:04
think so. I think that the Texas Republicans are mainly to blame
18:11
in the in the Senate here, because they let the Texas
18:17
Democrats sneak in or outside the deck, the Texas Democrats
18:22
lead, let the Republican sneak in the no abortion ever no
18:26
timeline, whatever thing. And they and they didn't protest it
18:31
and the Republicans here we're all glib and stupid, because
18:36
it's not mainstream Texas anymore. You know, a limit is
18:40
what I think most people would want. Not everybody. But you
18:44
know, I think if you really want to get it done, that's how you
18:47
could have got it done. And they didn't stop it. And I think that
18:50
hurt them. I think there were enough people, women who, you
18:53
know, think the messaging was so strong, how could you avoid it?
18:58
And that's an important thing. So I think that's where they
19:00
screwed it up. If it was all legit. Now, what this what
19:05
happens now because all of Trump's candidates did poorly I
19:10
lost.
19:12
It was about a 50. It was about a split, but it was it was it
19:15
wasn't good, great at all. No, it wasn't great. Good. wasn't
19:19
good. It wasn't great. No, not. So
19:21
it was my belief. And I think it's still going to happen. If
19:26
the Republicans will take over the House. I think that happens
19:29
maybe the sun I have a feeling actually it might happen. But it
19:31
doesn't really matter. Either way, as long as it's the house,
19:34
Trump will announce on November 15. He's running for president
19:38
and he is going to use every opportunity he can to act as the
19:42
de facto president. So he'll be saying things like, yeah, and I
19:47
called my boy Marco and I called in the Senate and I called these
19:50
people over there in the house and we get this done. We're
19:53
going to start impeachment. He's going to be talking as if he's
19:55
the president, I guarantee it and it's not going to work.
20:00
People are fed up. I mean, when Candace Owens does a whole
20:04
episode about how, how you're a dick, you're under attack. He's
20:11
under attack. And I don't think he realizes it yet. And then the
20:14
mainstream, which obviously is going to be mainly Democrat
20:18
oriented, they're picking up on it. They see the chum in the
20:21
water. And I think this is smart. This is the way they want
20:24
to go.
20:24
Let's talk about former President Donald Trump. He was
20:26
in Ohio last night campaigning for a Senate candidate there but
20:29
talking mostly about himself. What about his future plans?
20:36
And it was also true that what he
20:38
brought no, it is true, but this is the you know, the the
20:42
mainstream media, which is we know, is slanted, now, they have
20:48
to look at what they did before, which was they did it in the
20:52
form of ridicule, as opposed to subtle, British style
20:57
understatement, which is, right. Right, right. Which I think
21:02
works better because it's actually funny.
21:05
It made me laugh. It always makes me laugh, but I thought it
21:10
was it was good. Yeah, it's CBS. We know, we know who's running
21:12
the show there. So I'm glad the CIA still has some good, right
21:17
vague, good writers.
21:19
Let's talk about former President Donald Trump. He was
21:21
in Ohio last night campaigning for a Senate candidate there but
21:24
talking mostly about himself. But about his future plans.
21:27
Party leaders. CBS News has learned pulled Trump back from
21:30
making a 2024 announcement in Ohio last night. But he is still
21:34
moving toward a 2024 presidential bid. And he's
21:38
warning some of his rivals to stay out of the race. He just
21:40
told reporters about a couple hours ago, that if Ron DeSantis,
21:44
the Florida governor gets in, he better be worried because the
21:47
quote, I know more about him than any other anybody other
21:50
than perhaps his wife, who is really running his campaign, a
21:54
political shot fired by the former president. shot fired and
21:59
sounds like a guy was research in the basement.
22:02
Yeah. This is I think it's a critical mistake. Now let me
22:08
tell you what he's talking about. The guy by the way, yes.
22:13
I don't want to interrupt but yeah. But in Florida, the Trump
22:19
has already coined a word for DeSantis. And he calls them Ron
22:23
De sanctimonious
22:27
and what is a sanctimonious mean for our international producers?
22:31
sanctimonious means that you're like you're above it on you,
22:35
you'd like to like to brag
22:41
on yourself, make your cup go to hell.
22:45
There's definitely an element of that in there. But people should
22:47
look the word up is a great word. It's a fabulous word to
22:50
use in writing.
22:51
Yes. And this is a tip from your no agenda show. You could
22:54
probably pick up some checks by using this word from time to
22:56
time.
22:59
So can you fall for that sanctimonious asshole? That's a
23:03
pickup line from beautiful,
23:04
that's a pickup line. Straight into the player's handbook. It
23:09
goes. So DeSantis had it I thought a great acceptance
23:14
speech. And he also telegraph. And if it was to Trump or if
23:19
it's subliminal or NLP. We said I have the clip here. Second.
23:26
Shoot, I thought this was the video was gonna play it from the
23:30
website. Oh, here it is. Yes, I do have it. Listen to what he
23:34
says here.
23:38
Florida was a refuge of sanity when the world went mad. We
23:43
stood as the citadel of freedom for people across this country
23:47
and indeed, across the world. We faced attacks,
23:55
we so anyway, he goes on to say Florida is where woke goes to
23:59
die, and which was great. But he said Florida is a citadel. The
24:06
guy who is funding him, the his his his guy. Everyone has a guy
24:12
is Ken Griffin, who runs Citadel securities Citadel LLC. This is
24:19
a huge hedge fund. So this guy himself has I think his his art
24:25
alone is 800 million. And he's in Daytona Beach. So he is
24:31
there's something I don't know. I don't know what yet. But this
24:34
Griffin and Trump, they don't vibe and I think just the idea
24:38
that and this would make total sense that DeSantis has
24:43
financial freedom from the party and from Trump maybe or
24:46
whatever, whatever the issue is there, I think is very
24:49
threatening to Trump and he's making a huge mistake because
24:52
everything I hear everywhere, is people saying, Man, if Trump
24:57
doesn't denounce the VAX, you know, screw that. A guy, and I
25:01
don't think he can get past it. I don't think he can get past
25:03
his ego and admit it. I don't think he's capable of it. I know
25:08
I sound like Nicole Wallace.
25:11
You sound just like her. What if you've been drinking tea or
25:17
something?
25:17
What do you think? I mean,
25:19
I'm not going to disagree with the word you said. Any input? I
25:24
think that Trump should realize his place in history and retire
25:28
to it because he was an important cog in the Republican.
25:33
Wait, wait guy, it was a wake up call the republican party when
25:36
he came around.
25:37
He also taught us fake news. I mean, he taught the world fake
25:39
news. He taught the world that media is
25:41
your average. He established a lot of important thought
25:45
patterns and Graham's as it were, ooh,
25:48
sanctimonious. engrams
25:51
so you've got so he's done all that now. He's starting to
25:55
damage it, because he has the martyr status. He still can draw
26:01
a crowd but he's, he's, I think he's starting to go into self
26:05
destruct. And this is not going to end he had to do it against
26:08
somebody like Santas, which is DeSantis sanctimonious Santos
26:13
Santos DeSanto is a mistake because this guy's beloved he's
26:19
got he has intelligence background which means you may
26:23
be connected as it were. Which is not a bad thing necessarily
26:29
for to get the Democrats straightened out themselves. So
26:36
I don't know it's just probably it's everything you can't do it
26:38
DeSantis is like a ninja threat blackmail which is what it
26:42
sounds like to me threatened I'm sorry threaten blackmail
26:46
threaten is not good. That's a really bad look
26:50
at but his his Batman you I didn't get a clip for Candace
26:54
Owens rips into him
26:56
rips and the reason for that I don't like her by the way. But
27:00
there's a reason for you're gonna have to
27:02
deal with her because she I think I said this too. She's
27:04
going to become the the conservative Oprah. She is. I
27:09
mean, she's all in. She's all in with the money as a lot going on
27:14
around her. He was
27:15
a four you know, funny thing about her and I wish I could go
27:18
back and get these clips but the old original Rubin Report when
27:22
the guy was still meaning, you know, before he slipped off into
27:26
Glenn Beck world and now you never heard of him again.
27:29
Yeah, the Rubin now he's on locals.
27:33
He will when they remove old originally and report isn't he
27:38
on the blaze? Yeah. So I said Yeah. Okay. And that's why you
27:43
never hear from him again. I mean, I've blazes where these
27:46
some of these potential high rollers go to its disappearance,
27:50
the UHF
27:51
of the internet.
27:53
So the original Rubin Report, which was when he had the big
27:57
studio sat it was beautiful, because he's cramped said, Hey,
28:01
good,
28:01
but he moved away from LA and he, he turned his back on his
28:06
community.
28:08
So when he was doing the original show, he had Candace
28:12
Owens on and a very old show. This was years ago. And she
28:16
explained it well. She turned from kind of a very strong
28:19
willed Democrat to a Republican and had to do with betrayal.
28:25
They had screwed her over in some funny way. That really
28:28
irked her and then she started looking into conservative stuff
28:31
and then she became like, she's like a, she's like a reformed
28:35
cigarette smoker or an alcoholic.
28:39
Well, you know, she her husband, not only is he the CEO of
28:42
parlor, which they you know, they just really parliament the
28:46
back end of parlor, which is sold to or apparently is being
28:49
sold to UK. You know, his whole family is a House of Lords
28:54
permanent pier ship in the UK. Oh, okay.
28:58
Well, there you go. Uh huh.
29:00
And she's and I didn't know this. But you know, both daily
29:04
wire. And what's the Prager, Prager? Prager, you? Yeah,
29:10
Prager University. They really are financed by Dan and Faris
29:15
Wilks I think Faris Wilkes may be the the main point on these
29:20
deals. And this is an old school Texas family I think they're
29:26
like Jews for Jesus type. And yeah, and yeah,
29:31
I haven't heard that one for a while Jews for
29:33
Jesus baby I think is that is it a church of God Seventh Day
29:36
Adventist? No, no, no, it's no it's Adventist.
29:41
Like
29:43
this is better I own it, I own it. So me I'm so this is really
29:53
interesting. What kind of power is behind these types of people
29:58
and these types of have organizations. It's not all
30:02
organic, like your no agenda show, I guess is what I say. And
30:05
there's
30:05
nothing organic about any of it except our show, indeed, which
30:10
is pretty organic, almost everything is Oh, inside out.
30:14
And I might
30:15
point out for what we do for value for value, you know, the
30:20
true winner of all political contests in the United States?
30:24
Well, if you think there have been more political ads for this
30:26
election than ever before, you are right, ad spending was
30:29
expected to approach $10 billion, that is 700 million
30:34
more than during the 2020 election.
30:38
You're enjoying your vow of poverty, John.
30:41
And we will mention it we have, this is one of our automatic
30:45
positions, which is that the media is the one that benefits
30:49
the most, they try to stir it up the most always, always, always,
30:53
always, always even more money. And they create fake polls when
30:57
they get even more money. I just
30:59
have a couple of quick clips about the issues in Arizona.
31:03
very irritating to me. You know, I'm okay with whatever. You know
31:08
what some stuff happens. It's crazy that happens there. We're
31:12
not quite sure what happened. There's conflicting reports as
31:15
I'll show, but I just don't understand why any news media
31:20
would except the term
31:22
problems were reported in Arizona's Maricopa County. They
31:25
gotta fix this problem. This is in competency where election
31:29
officials save 20% of voting locations experienced technical
31:33
glitches.
31:34
There's a lot of a lot of people are leaving without voting.
31:38
Arizona election officials say it was a printer problem that
31:41
has been resolved. But there have been a few scattered issues
31:43
around the country, including here in Georgia, where two poll
31:47
workers were removed today in Fulton County after social media
31:50
posts show them attending the January 6 riot.
31:54
Okay, so let's not get into any details on the glitch. Now, oh,
32:00
the printer wasn't working. Oh, what's the glitch? No. That's
32:03
the result of said glitch. It would be nice to know what
32:06
happened. These are important things. And then Oh, yeah. But
32:10
they removed two poll workers because they were at the end
32:12
notice she said a riot and not insurrection. I thought that was
32:16
interesting. I don't know why they've changed that. CNN more
32:20
of the same.
32:21
Now. According to county officials. The problem had to do
32:23
with passwords being in appears this is a technical glitch of
32:27
sorts.
32:29
No, it's some asshole who had the wrong password or maybe a
32:32
hacker or there could have been all kinds of stuff. No, oh, the
32:36
password was entered wrong too many times. So that's a
32:39
technical glitch. If say of sorts. What is this? This this
32:44
is this is the outrage. Now what happens is what is how this is
32:48
reported shame on CNN shoe, not reporters. Do you know it was
32:54
really good news? She was really really do you remember naked
32:57
news?
33:00
I love naked news. That was
33:02
such a great lady straight. It was you know, because basically,
33:06
you watch the news. You're watching News models. They all
33:09
look pretty or handsome. And they read the news to you. And
33:12
what this person I don't know. I mean went away. But it was it
33:15
must have been in like early. For a
33:17
few years. It was early 90s It was all during the 90s
33:22
they had a whole stable they had
33:25
collapsed naked news.
33:28
But they had a whole studio they had a whole host Yeah, beautiful
33:31
models who would just read the
33:33
night with with nice tops.
33:35
They would just read the news naked. And it was weren't like
33:39
Thank you. Gracias. Thank you for removing that final barrier
33:42
is like yes, this mess is due right? If you want to
33:46
indoctrinate at least half of America, naked news is your
33:50
format people. CNN. No, no. Instead, CNN does this crap.
33:55
Now according to county officials, the problem had to do
33:58
with passwords being entered too many times. So it appears this
34:00
is a technical glitch of sorts. Election officials say teams are
34:04
taking those problem ballots to the county's election center
34:08
where they will be counted after the polls close at seven o'clock
34:12
tonight local time. So they want to assure voters here. No one is
34:16
being disenfranchised. Oh, those votes, all those ballots will be
34:21
counted. Well,
34:22
okay. So we have one story is the printer wasn't working. The
34:28
other one was entered the password multiple times not
34:33
incorrectly but entered it multiple times. That's a glitch
34:36
of sorts. And but don't worry, everything's okay. Do we have
34:40
another theory out there?
34:41
And Vaughn just to be clear, what's the issue with the
34:44
tabulating machines sorted out? Were they able to resolve the
34:47
issue and they're just concerned that people who may have left
34:49
when the problems were still happening, need extra time to
34:52
come back? That is the primary concern. We don't have
34:56
widespread reports of people leaving in mass to be very
34:59
clear. This is a Small small subsets there are across the
35:02
county about 223 voting centers, folks can go to any one. It's
35:05
not like you have to go to your neighborhood voting center. So
35:08
at these locations, they were urging folks to go drive two
35:10
miles down the road to visit one that did not have a line. But
35:14
the polling locations were set to close here in about 90
35:17
minutes in the county to your question, they have fixed the
35:20
problem. This is very minutiae. But ultimately it was a printer
35:24
problem. They were some of these machines were not
35:27
minutia.
35:27
It's minutia, but it's very minutiae not just it's very very
35:34
minutiae again in languages that
35:36
that is FBI language see CIA is is much slicker FBI is like a
35:42
just make up a word let's, what is the etymology of minutiae?
35:48
Well, this can probably status from the word one of the Mina
35:54
Mina Muna Sunday just means a small part is small piece, you
35:57
know, I think it's from Latin or Greek, Latin, I believe. And
36:01
it's minutia means a you know, a pittance.
36:06
Yes, pitons trifle a trifle a trifle. That'd be better. It's a
36:10
very trifle.
36:12
But very dreadful. It's just be the same usage. Yeah, bad. Very,
36:17
very, very trifle. Okay, let's hear about how trite Well, was
36:20
it then? Was it printers? Now we heard they couldn't print? Was
36:23
it the passwords
36:23
here? They just do a tabulation. And they brought the number
36:27
down. I mean, what's okay? No, nevermind. No, no, I asked me.
36:31
No.
36:32
You hit the you hit the your choices, which again, I heard
36:36
from several friends. I hit this. And then when I went to
36:39
check my printout, it had selected other parties. That
36:43
happened that have seems to happen a lot where people just
36:46
click click, click, click, click. And then they get the
36:48
printout and like, Oh, this is not not right. So they print it
36:51
out. Then you take your printer. It's air gapped. So you walk up,
36:54
Have you voted? Have you ever voted in your life? Why am I
36:57
telling you how it works? You didn't vote did you? I did vote
37:03
I always vote to how did you do not have a machine with a
37:06
printer?
37:07
I mailed it in like every other smart American
37:09
like all Democrats.
37:10
Alright, let's go in the county to your question. They have
37:14
fixed the problem. This is very minutiae. But ultimately it was
37:17
a printer problem. They were some of these machines were not
37:20
printing dark enough ink. And so therefore the tabulating
37:23
machines were not able to read them. They have since fixed the
37:25
printers and that is why you have seen around the county,
37:27
these lines go down in this return to normal but that has
37:31
kept not kept Republicans from trying to keep them open. At
37:33
least a little bit longer here. Vaughn Hilliard for us in
37:36
Paradise Valley, Arizona again, Republican lawsuit there to keep
37:39
the polls open longer.
37:41
Thank you, Rachel. One more.
37:43
And John Dickerson let me ask you what are you going to be
37:45
watching for tonight?
37:45
Well determined answer us recalibration. I'm looking for
37:49
calibration in two places one elections in America will they
37:51
go back to being the way they used to be? They were well run
37:55
last time but the former President raised doubts are the
37:58
losers tonight going to lose gracefully. That's the first
38:00
recalibration to look for and the second one is when the White
38:03
House recalibrates if it does not go their way tonight.
38:05
Remember Bill cat Bill Clinton said the era of big government
38:08
is over George Bush recalibrated after his jump and what will the
38:12
Democrats do? We've heard about what what McCarthy is up to, but
38:15
what will Joe Biden do really to recalibrate will hunker down?
38:20
Oh, well, let
38:20
me tell you what Joe Biden did. Joe Biden is, of course,
38:25
doubling down on the most important thing, and I think
38:27
he's giving away the playbook in this one
38:30
attempt to demonstrate that he will not take power. By if we if
38:35
he does run, making sure he under a legitimate efforts of
38:40
our Constitution does not become the next president again,
38:43
under legitimate efforts of our Constitution. What do you think
38:48
that means? I know that there's he said too much, but I'm not
38:51
sure exactly what
38:54
we don't know what he's but he you know, he's saying I don't
38:58
know what he said he gets it. I have two clips. I want to get
39:01
out of here. Please. One is the back to Arizona. This is a vote
39:05
counted just a short way it was presented by NPR.
39:08
Straightforward.
39:10
What am I looking at? Arizona NPR yet got it.
39:13
vote counting is still underway in a number of states Arizona,
39:16
one of those still processing early ballots and Barrows. Amina
39:19
Steele has more from Phoenix
39:21
election officials in Maricopa County, Arizona are expecting it
39:24
to take days before results are close to final. County Recorder
39:28
Stephen richer, says hundreds of 1000s of ballots are yet to be
39:33
counted and reported. That's due in part to the record breaking
39:36
number of ballots dropped off at polling sites on election day
39:40
itself. 270,000 voters dropped off in early ballot on Tuesday.
39:45
100,000 more than in 2020. Those ballots still have to go through
39:49
a series of reviews including signature verification.
39:55
Okay, no All right.
39:56
That's the wrap. All right, take a week don't take much and then
39:59
we have I have As I do have you do the election
40:03
we just have or do you do have
40:07
are Yeah, there you go it's tough. It's good for the goose
40:16
is good for the gander. That's right I do believe that's true.
40:20
So I have the I had the election rap from NPR which you can play
40:24
later was because because kind of their rap Oh Sue it is it a
40:28
fun voice but before that I want to play this which was I stole I
40:32
took this clip I didn't get it straight up. I did steal it from
40:36
I do stole it from stolen from Tucker. Because I figured they
40:42
take a lot of already so I'm gonna you know once in awhile to
40:44
get a really good clip and this was a clip of CNN John King you
40:48
know, he's aghast at the map all the time. This and that. Well,
40:51
this is that county and this is that county was blue is green.
40:55
It was blue
40:56
is the CIA guy. And he literally he literally has Langley in his
41:01
in his ISP away from
41:06
this possible so here I got some great CIA stuff later. So all
41:13
jacked, he should be and so here's what it did. So they
41:17
pointed this out as being like the kinds of preliminary trust
41:21
us we're the only ones to trust is a great clip CNN on trust the
41:25
election speech.
41:27
You see that's our first votes and that's the wonder of
41:29
democracy whether you're a democrat or republican and I
41:31
wanted to point that out to be a little bit of a crank in the
41:33
room following Briana, there. Stay off social media people if
41:36
you're trying to figure out if you're trying to figure out are
41:38
there really issues with votings trust your local officials trust
41:42
us here trusted news source that you know, and trust to be honest
41:45
about this. They're doing their jobs. They're doing it right.
41:47
I Captain heard Jeff. We trust you all the way CIA man.
41:57
Well done. Well done. I
41:58
think you got him. Yeah, pretty much. Do you want to play the
42:04
election wrap?
42:06
Yeah, let's This is the NPR election wrap. Both parties
42:09
made big promises during this midterm campaign give Democrats
42:13
control of Congress, President Biden said and they'll create a
42:16
national right to an abortion.
42:18
Here's the promise I make to you and the American people. The
42:21
first bill that I will send to the Congress will be to codify
42:24
Roe v. Wade. And when Congress passes it, I'll sign it in
42:29
January 50 years after Roe was first decided the law of the
42:33
land.
42:34
And House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy promised that if
42:37
Republicans got control, they would repeal the tax enforcement
42:41
provision of Democrats inflation reduction act
42:44
on that very first day that we're sworn in. You'll see that
42:47
it all changes. Because on our very first bill, we're going to
42:51
repeal 87,000 IRS agents
42:55
a day after the final ballots were cast. Neither of those
42:59
visions for the next two years looked very close to reality
43:02
too close to call key races still to be decided control of
43:06
Congress hanging in the balance. as of this
43:09
taping Wednesday afternoon. Neither the Senate nor the house
43:12
has been clenched. The Redway many predicted Neverwet
43:18
clashed clenched fists clenched she said clenched but clan, a
43:23
word that you want there is clench, clench your buttocks you
43:30
know you, you clench your clincher Gird your loins would
43:34
be wished you might as well say that clenched
43:38
let's go back to NPR.
43:41
as of this taping Wednesday afternoon, neither the Senate
43:44
nor the house has been clenched the Redway.
43:50
Actually, it was clenched between the Republicans buttocks
43:55
so that's great. That's a that's a classy outfit in PR. We know
44:02
what they're doing. They sure can know if you're misgendering
44:06
somebody but they're doing clenched and clenched now
44:11
in the balance as
44:12
as of this taping Wednesday afternoon, neither the Senate
44:15
nor the house has been clenched. The red wave that many predicted
44:19
never quite materialized. Here's how Republican Senator Lindsey
44:23
Graham put it on NBC on election night.
44:26
Definitely not a Republican wave. that's for darn sure. I
44:29
was in charge of Guam. So I want to take credit for that,
44:32
though. Republicans did score some big wins, for example, and
44:36
statewide races in Florida, where incumbent Republican
44:39
Governor Ron DeSantis was really Santas.
44:42
Thanks to the overwhelming support of the people of
44:46
Florida. We not only won election, we have rewritten the
44:50
political map.
44:52
But as results continue to trickle in, it's clear that
44:56
neither party has an overwhelming mandate. There's a
44:59
real possibility We'll be looking at a divided government.
45:02
And the results certainly suggest a divided country.
45:08
President Biden talked about the outcome in his first post
45:11
election press conference.
45:13
And let me say this, regardless, regardless of what the final
45:17
tally of these elections show, and there's still some counting
45:19
going on, I'm prepared to work with my Republican colleagues.
45:24
The American people have made clear I think if they expect
45:27
Republicans be prepared to work with me as well.
45:31
Well, I'm all for it. I like I like a split Senate and in house
45:36
Oh, yeah. As much as it works out better I get nothing done.
45:39
It's much better
45:39
dad would be ideal. And so far as California is concerned, we
45:46
did pass the st. We made California sanctuary state for
45:50
abortions that week. I always thought it was legal. I mean,
45:54
because in California get divorces no issue but they they
45:57
had they found some rationale to to use it as a campaign issue
46:01
even though it was stupid. But play the sanctuary state
46:04
abortion Kellyanne PR clip
46:07
Californians have overwhelmingly voted to protect reproductive
46:11
freedom, the new constitutional abortion access into state law,
46:15
reproductive freedom isn't I mean, that is poor George Carlin
46:20
would have loved it, wouldn't he? Read is a good one. I mean,
46:24
that it's not one from reproductive health care to
46:27
reproductive freedom. Now imagine,
46:29
you have your pro choice, your pro abortion, you got all these
46:32
different kinds of terms they don't like using. And they've
46:35
gotten to the point where pro choice is no longer good because
46:38
of the vaccine mandates that all the Democrats were in Oh, yo,
46:42
Whoa, yeah, you got they gave government could tell you what
46:45
to do. You got to get a shot. And so that dad was the approach
46:48
or whether or not when does that relate to pro choice? No, good.
46:52
So now you got some terminology issues, you've got to change it.
46:55
And this is what they changed it to. I think it was genius.
46:59
They're using a conservative word freedom, which is very,
47:02
very smart, in this case, very strong. But interestingly, when
47:09
you say, reproductive freedom, it almost sounds like we're
47:14
going back to fornication under consent of the King. I have. I
47:20
have your Wow. You're welcome. You're welcome. You're welcome.
47:24
This is your teen years stick around
47:27
Californians have overwhelmingly voted to protect reproductive
47:31
freedom. The new constitutional amendment and shrines abortion
47:33
access into state law is from member station KQED. As more the
47:38
goal of the new
47:39
amendment is to protect abortion access, even if the political
47:41
tides in California were to change, and the state were
47:44
suddenly to see an influx of lawmakers who are not as
47:47
favorable toward abortion rights. Jody Hicks is the CEO
47:51
and President of Planned Parenthood of California
47:53
we are a reproductive freedom state, people have access to
47:58
reproductive care, including abortion and contraception no
48:03
matter where they call home. Last year,
48:05
California Governor Gavin Newsom, who was just reelected
48:08
began touting California as a sanctuary to anyone denied
48:12
abortion services and other parts of the country. Newsom
48:15
ultimately signed more than a dozen abortion related bills
48:18
this year, and included $200 million in the state budget for
48:22
reproductive health care services.
48:27
We're gonna make it a profit center for all these hospitals
48:29
yet they're gonna give them money on top of that, that's
48:32
what got me of course. They you know, they've turned California
48:37
hospitals into a potential profit center for abortions.
48:42
That's a moneymaker. So why are you giving him money? This is
48:45
like really, not only you're gonna let him make more money
48:48
than ever while you're gonna give him free taxpayers money
48:51
if you can do it. Why not? Hey, boys. Let me sweeten the deal a
48:56
bit. Let's go to what's that place called? Candyland? What's
49:00
the restaurant? In California we're we're Newsom was having
49:07
dinner. Oh, the
49:08
French Laundry a cannula in French Laundry. NT land.
49:12
Come on, boys. Let's hit the French Laundry. I got an idea. I
49:16
can get you 200 million.
49:19
Yeah, just support me. Yeah, that's that's obviously what it
49:23
was. I have one last election clip I noticed on the list which
49:27
was taking the house one threats PBS.
49:32
Where are we?
49:33
I'm having trouble reading
49:34
today. Tea taking.
49:37
Oh, there it is. Yeah, you have a lot of uppercase things. I
49:40
think it distracts my eye
49:41
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is officially launching
49:45
his bid for the top leadership post in the chamber. And PRs
49:49
Windsor Johnston reports Republicans are expected to flip
49:52
the house after Tuesday's midterm elections. But there are
49:55
still a number of races that have yet to be called
49:57
while Republicans are likely to regain Controlling the house
50:01
they won't see the gains that they had previously expected. In
50:05
a letter to his caucus, McCarthy pitched himself as a speaker who
50:09
will be a listener and strive to build consensus from the bottom
50:12
up, rather than commanding the agenda from the top down. He
50:16
also pledged to devote the resources necessary for the
50:19
house to go toe to toe with the White House as Speaker McCarthy
50:23
has vowed to secure the southern border and cut back on
50:26
government spending. Republicans on the Judiciary Committee last
50:30
week warned the FBI and Department of Justice that they
50:34
plan to investigate both agencies if there are party
50:37
retakes the house
50:42
yes, that's right if I can have
50:44
I can just say every country gets the government she deserves
50:50
no matter if it was fake, or whatever rig we we get what we
50:54
deserve and we gotta we gotta have you know like it we got to
50:58
put our house in order
51:03
right. I think every country gets the government it doesn't
51:09
deserve no, that's just my opinion.
51:13
The they always have the power and they never exercises so know
51:17
this because they don't care except in France and Haiti. And
51:20
Haiti didn't work out so well.
51:25
No, and never will.
51:26
Haiti was kind of a disaster. I want to hear your Mosca stuff. I
51:31
was not expecting you to have any Musk's stuff.
51:33
Well, this is all to back you up. Oh, one of the producers
51:36
sent me a clip of he had another meeting with advertisers this
51:42
time.
51:43
Yes. I've heard about this that he was I don't even know if this
51:46
guy is sincere. About that advertise
51:50
I'm gonna play this started off since is that windy. I love
51:53
that. You may you know me, you know, I
51:55
know you.
51:56
I love the segue. Here we go. So we have Elon on voting. This is
52:01
the clip of him bring says you know, what's about we had the
52:06
election. So here Here he is.
52:08
So, yeah. But except that it was, you know, well, it is a it
52:20
so, it so the so, I mean, you know, don't always believe in,
52:31
you know, one person one vote. I think we do. You know. So
52:36
original audio, ladies and gentlemen. I'm looking at the
52:39
waveform, it's original audio. Yeah. You know, before we before
52:46
you move on with your clips, you know this, I do not understand
52:51
the idolatry. The guy is bringing your single handedly
52:56
bringing the solution to climate change. You know, is is ill
53:02
advised Mars trip. It's all government money. Why do people
53:05
think he's, and now he wants to mark you, Mark You familiar
53:10
anybody? Mark of the Beast. is my favorite part of revelations,
53:17
trying to find out who the who is the false idol. Who's the
53:20
Antichrist? Is it Elon?
53:23
So before we get into these, actually, actually, interesting,
53:30
right? But let's start right let's start with right now.
53:34
Let's, let's start with the NPR discussing this ad meeting and
53:39
then I'll play some clips from the ad meeting this Musk ad
53:41
meeting NPR report.
53:46
Elon Musk is trying to reassure big brands they are safe on
53:49
Twitter amid his tumultuous takeover of the social media
53:52
site. And PR Shannon bond reports the CEO held a public
53:55
meeting with advertisers some of whom have paused spending.
53:58
Elon Musk addressed Twitter advertisers in a live broadcasts
54:01
on the platform where he said his intention is to make big
54:04
changes.
54:05
If nothing else, I am a technologist and I can make
54:07
technology go fast. And that's what you'll see happen at
54:11
Twitter.
54:12
Big brands have been wary since Musk took control of Twitter
54:15
late last month, laid off half its staff retweeted a conspiracy
54:19
theory and rolled out new features only to scrap them
54:22
within hours. Musk says he's heard advertisers concerns and
54:27
reiterated that Twitter's rules against hate speech and other
54:30
toxic content have not changed. He said his new plan to charge
54:34
users $8 a month for premium subscriptions would help stamp
54:38
out bad behavior and fake accounts.
54:40
I really love this part of although I think is completely
54:44
irrelevant to what he's doing. And maybe you'll Yeah, I think
54:47
you're gonna back that up. That's why I played that clip. I
54:49
love how this shows just how fragile the advertising business
54:55
model is. What did he really do? He just showed up and wouldn't
55:00
matter if he tweeted something each day, it wouldn't have
55:02
mattered to him, it wouldn't matter. They just pull it it
55:04
just like the message goes out to corporate America is like,
55:08
Alright, everybody put it back. And it came from one of the big
55:11
ad agencies who I'm sure would even be willing to drop clients.
55:15
It's just worth $250 million to do Adidas, which is the way we
55:21
say it in Europe, but it does. Adidas. That's in America it no
55:26
we say. We say it does. For some reason it
55:29
does. Do you know that's special?
55:33
She loves me too. Yeah, it does. I love your Adi das shoes, man.
55:37
Great. It's really cool. Do you know what Adi Da stands for?
55:41
Adidas. Know what all day I dream about sex? You didn't know
55:49
that, did you? Brother. Anyway, it's a very finicky business.
55:56
And it shows how you can be out of business in a heartbeat.
56:00
Okay, let's take a since we before we get to these clips,
56:03
because we might as well discuss this and we both know a bit
56:06
about it. You probably more than me say because you've actually
56:09
gone out and done ad sales. Hey,
56:12
everybody, I'm Adam curry, former MTV guy want to buy some
56:15
ads?
56:17
In the print media, which is being decimated by the online
56:22
meeting only
56:22
10%.
56:26
Well, for now, but eventually, it'll be wiped out.
56:30
A slick. Alright, good one.
56:35
So with a with a print publication, let's go back to PC
56:40
Magazine. For example, I always had this phrase I throw out
56:43
there. Nobody ever went broke advertising next to a divorce
56:47
column.
56:48
Wow. Is that is that a bumper sticker? Or was that was that a
56:52
little long for a bumper sticker. But I would always say
56:54
that because it because it was true. And it been people would
56:59
always go, they'd look at this column for sure how you're brand
57:02
safe, of course. And I'm brand safe. And you could put a nice
57:06
little ad right next to it. And you're good to go. And you can
57:09
always you could actually target that spot. You can't do that
57:15
kind of thing with Twitter and India unless you have unless you
57:18
have phony tweets out there that you know that you could put
57:21
average advertising around, she was
57:24
gonna ask you a question is very interesting, because I've never
57:26
heard this story. I don't think I've heard this story. And I've
57:29
been told it before. So this, you would say you never what was
57:34
the thing about
57:35
you and you'll never go broke advertising next to a divorce
57:38
column.
57:39
So instead of focusing on your actual work, you were focusing
57:42
on the advertising? Or was that just how you were able to sell
57:45
it internally to PC mag to make sure that you had a job?
57:52
I was I think I dreamed it up as if catchphrase as, as kind of a
57:57
truism just to backup the fact that this column was so popular.
58:02
I wasn't any ulterior motive. I was.
58:06
Sorry. I love it. I think I mean, that is I wish I had used
58:10
that in my commercial life. No one ever went broke advertising
58:14
on Adam curry show. No,
58:16
I'm saying yeah. Do that. It's a good bit.
58:19
Is there any evidence that no one ever went broke?
58:23
I just said it. I don't have to have evidence.
58:25
Or we could say there is no evidence,
58:27
okay. Yes, there was no evidence. So you would add it
58:32
with with print media things are blocked off in such a way that
58:37
you can put an ad next to Devorah column, right with
58:40
tweets and things are just out of control. It's all public,
58:44
developed, you know, this is the Wild West. And you have to put
58:49
an ad here or there, it's very difficult to position the ad
58:52
where you can be assured that a you will go broke and be won't
58:57
be won't be, you know, some event and all started crashing
59:00
away, cussing up a storm, and then you get associated with
59:02
that.
59:03
This is why Twitter's business model never worked. visa vie.
59:07
Another good word you can use visa vie, Google or face bag is
59:12
with brand advertising, you have to have an entire army of people
59:17
who are servicing the client, servicing the client all day
59:21
long to make sure they're happy. Oh, do you take the call at 11
59:25
at night? I can't my my my niece just called and sent me a
59:29
screenshot of my ad next. Alex Jones, what's going on? And you
59:35
have to deal with that shit. And that is and this is why we know
59:38
he's not sincere because those are exactly the people must came
59:42
in fired all of that management and that handholding and client
59:48
services.
59:54
So let's listen to Yeah, we heard the NPR report where they
59:57
just kind of pass it off as something meaningless Yeah, so
1:00:00
let's listen to I know, there are tidbits, and I have four or
1:00:04
five clips from musk, that kind of give us a little idea of some
1:00:07
of the things he's going to do. And then I have the scheme that
1:00:10
is what you are the only one thus far when I'm backing you up
1:00:14
with these clips have had revealed as of let's start with
1:00:18
just this morning. And of course everyone needs to know, we never
1:00:23
revealed to each other what we're going to talk about, and I
1:00:25
get John's clips, I look at the titles, just to see what I may
1:00:28
not have to do. Cuz I'm young, I might want to clip it. But when
1:00:33
I saw this, my heart kind of sank. Because at first I
1:00:36
thought, oh, man, John's gonna rip my whole theory. I really
1:00:40
thought I really did.
1:00:42
I really did. You always have that negative attitude about
1:00:45
things. It's, you're you're a paranoid freak. You know that?
1:00:49
Well, that and maybe just, you know, that's my, I'm not so self
1:00:53
assured. As I sound
1:00:54
I would say I would say that if I could do that. I would. I
1:00:58
know. I
1:00:58
know. This is why I'm worried that you do that to hold on one
1:01:01
other important thing to know about the show, just so you
1:01:04
know, it started off this way. And to this day, it is still it
1:01:09
to a degree it is still Adam and John trying to top each other
1:01:13
with a better clip. Or a better story or something more
1:01:17
revealing.
1:01:18
Yeah, that's Yeah, that's true. That's what the most that's the
1:01:22
entertainment part of the show. There it is entertaining. There
1:01:25
it is. That's the entertainment, don't
1:01:26
you think? Yes, yes, yes. Yes. Yes.
1:01:28
Yes. We're genius.
1:01:32
It's a fluke. By the way, Janice,
1:01:35
no. Before we do donations, I'll prove to you that it's no fluke.
1:01:39
We are just genius. Alright, what are we doing?
1:01:42
Well, let's do a thing with his let's do a first thing with the
1:01:46
the shorty on hate speech. Just a very short three second clip.
1:01:50
And I just thought this, like sums up everything about the
1:01:53
hate speech part of his argument. Yeah, I
1:01:55
don't think having hate speech next to an ad is great.
1:02:00
No, no.
1:02:03
Wait, he sounds like okay, this is gonna sound kind of weird.
1:02:07
And I don't want to trigger anybody. But he sounds like one
1:02:09
of those guys. We don't have that anymore. Because there's
1:02:12
too many caller IDs and identification. But back when we
1:02:15
were kids, you know, especially a good looking woman could
1:02:19
sometimes on her landline receive a phone call. And she
1:02:23
pick it up and it'd be so ongoing. Yeah, you don't have
1:02:28
those anymore?
1:02:30
No, no, don't do it somehow to get revisited on cells but cell
1:02:34
phones but no and not so much. I don't like that. I know. Maybe
1:02:38
some women out there can correct us. But yes, no, no, no. No,
1:02:43
what happens to giggle at the end? It was a weird thing. It
1:02:48
was like what exactly what you said? Yeah, it didn't sound very
1:02:52
good. And it's only three seconds. It was very,
1:02:54
very weird. Yeah, I
1:02:55
don't think having hate speech next to an ad is great.
1:03:02
Now when I played that additional clip with all the
1:03:05
ohms and so um, so he's really he's really bad. He's worse than
1:03:13
his stammer. He just
1:03:16
has Tourette's Yes. Takes he has all kinds of stuff. I see it I
1:03:19
see what's going on. I do some compassion compassion with them
1:03:21
in that regard. Geniuses haven't
1:03:24
noticed that Tourette's that's interesting. You spotted Oh,
1:03:26
yeah.
1:03:27
All kinds of what What? What?
1:03:29
I'm visualizing
1:03:31
tics, verbal tics and some head tics some, like jerky jerky
1:03:36
motion. See
1:03:36
it? I for some reason. I was probably idolizing him too much.
1:03:41
And I Yeah, never. I was someone with tics, idolizing.
1:03:48
This is what I'm talking about. Okay, this is this is the humor.
1:03:54
All right, so we know that so he doesn't like hate speech next to
1:03:56
ads. So let's listen to this. This is interesting. This is a
1:04:01
software stack. software stack.
1:04:04
I've only only only got the keys of the building. We could go
1:04:09
Friday. So you know, I'm moving pretty fast here. But take a
1:04:16
moment to to completely rewrite the software stack, you know.
1:04:22
Wow. So they're gonna rewrite the entire code base for
1:04:26
Twitter.
1:04:27
No, the software stack.
1:04:31
That's interesting. I thought that was it. And here's another
1:04:34
one I thought was interesting is that
1:04:36
can I just say that can I just I need to hear this again, because
1:04:39
I have a problem with what he's saying. Actually, I
1:04:41
really only only got the keys of the building. We could go
1:04:47
Friday. So you know, I'm moving pretty fast here. But take a
1:04:53
moment to to completely rewrite the software stack you know.
1:04:58
So I mean, completely takes To the moment to completely rewrite
1:05:01
the software stack. I mean, is he going to rewrite Linux? Is he
1:05:04
going to rewrite the middleware databases? It doesn't even sound
1:05:09
like someone who knows or is even intending. I think he's got
1:05:12
some drop in replacement ready to go. That's what would you
1:05:17
have a stack, you just put a different stack in place. You're
1:05:20
not rewriting all the code. You putting something melt? I think
1:05:23
he's
1:05:25
not doing that. You know, that observation? I'm 100% with you.
1:05:28
Yeah, it
1:05:29
was a clue here.
1:05:30
Okay, that's a clue. Here's another one. This is a tad bit
1:05:33
growth clip. Okay,
1:05:35
yeah. Well, and we've for the record, like we're seeing, you
1:05:39
know, record breaking user growth on the platform, since
1:05:42
you took the keys.
1:05:45
So that's, that's excellent. And
1:05:49
I love this the most. Hey, Elon, Elon, Elon, obby, Jason white.
1:05:57
You have up Jason Calacanis and you pick okay, and you pitch me,
1:06:02
Elon? You pitched me the idea of just lying and putting out a
1:06:09
press release that there's an enormous user uptake. Okay, here
1:06:12
we go. Hey, Jason.
1:06:15
Yeah, Greg data, what you can do, you can take the you can
1:06:20
just lie because nobody's gonna notice. So if you just tell them
1:06:24
this, they're gonna believe yes. Great idea. You can credit me
1:06:28
later by giving me a good job.
1:06:32
Exactly. Ladies and gentlemen, do you know agenda players?
1:06:37
Shuffle?
1:06:38
Let's go with Musk scheme, one
1:06:41
conversation around vine. And can you just talk about some of
1:06:45
the stuff you're really excited about?
1:06:51
Way to define
1:06:52
who did this interview? Is this NPR still?
1:06:56
No, she's a woman. This is the she's a woman. Are you sure?
1:07:00
She's the presentation to the advertiser? She say, oh, no, go
1:07:05
ahead and advertise the ad, the ad and this is on the the ad
1:07:09
this all everything you've heard is from this presentation.
1:07:13
Dude, I'd be like, I'd be like messaging you in the in the
1:07:17
meeting going, guys a perm. We're not putting any money in
1:07:21
that guy's hands. Ah, I heard that there were people who
1:07:24
actually were canceling orders during that meeting.
1:07:29
The deaths here say but let's let's say it was reported it was
1:07:33
reported. But here's now these are these two clips are backing
1:07:37
your ideas up. Again, not listening to these clips. By the
1:07:41
way, I want to compare the analysis you can come out of
1:07:45
with actually all the clips I've played so far with what NPR had
1:07:48
to say, which was basically nothing. Listen to this
1:07:52
conversation around vine. And can you just talk about some of
1:07:56
the stuff you're really excited about?
1:07:59
from a product perspective, aside from you know, we've
1:08:01
already talked about subscriptions, but like what
1:08:03
else? You know, and you've said to me in the, to the like to the
1:08:06
organization before about video and all those kinds of things.
1:08:11
So,
1:08:11
talk a little bit about that. Yeah, video is definitely era
1:08:14
where Twitter has been historically weak, and it is an
1:08:17
area that we're going to invest in tremendously. And this is,
1:08:21
you know, I did ask people at what point there just wasn't
1:08:24
buying not that we would want to resurrect buying in its original
1:08:27
state but just would they want a vine like thing but a reimagined
1:08:34
for the future. And people were excited about that. One of the
1:08:40
things when if somebody does become sort of a paid blue
1:08:43
verified is that they will they will be able to initially use or
1:08:47
that download 10 minutes of high def video, which will be
1:08:50
expanding to 42 minutes soon and then several hours as we sort of
1:08:57
fix a bunch of stuff on the back end servers. Like there are a
1:09:00
bunch of fundamental tech technology architecture changes
1:09:05
that are needed Twitter in order to support a significant video.
1:09:09
So we've got to make those core software upgrades. The server
1:09:14
upgrades in order to support a large amount of video we are
1:09:18
absolutely going to do
1:09:19
that. What is He? Is he at level of OSI no meat is bad but dude
1:09:24
named Ben running the servers like we've got to upgrade the
1:09:27
servers up that's that's the issue. You only just need to
1:09:31
bigger servers. This guy's full of monkey poop.
1:09:36
Well, if he's going to do what he said was these he's got to
1:09:39
upgrade something because if you're going to do two hours of
1:09:42
HD video, you're going to need some some something back there
1:09:46
to carry all this stuff. This is a lot of overhead. Does you know
1:09:51
I think what he's saying is we just need more gear. This Yeah,
1:09:54
and don't forget it my basic thesis which which I still think
1:09:57
is valid I think may still be valid. Here's a lot of the
1:10:00
reasons that I used to see it with the fail whale that
1:10:04
disappeared. And then all of a sudden they started shadow
1:10:07
banning people as I always thought that Twitter was
1:10:09
overburdened. I never thought they could handle the loads that
1:10:11
they were. We're now witnessing. And that's the reason people
1:10:14
weren't getting their tweets out.
1:10:16
No, no, that was, in my opinion, because they were initially
1:10:19
based on RSS because they were a podcasting company, if you
1:10:23
remember, and they use that infrastructure to to use tweets,
1:10:27
and that just fell apart because it's not intended to be
1:10:30
centralized as a decentralized protocol. So then they retool, I
1:10:34
think it was after three, four years, John took quite a while
1:10:37
for them to retool everything but they did eventually move to
1:10:40
wait for it headless Drupal.
1:10:45
You're not using Drupal?
1:10:46
Of course not.
1:10:49
But you said it as though you're giving us some facts there.
1:10:52
You're being sarcastic.
1:10:53
I can't help it wasn't easy one.
1:10:55
Sarcasm doesn't work. But anyway, onward wasn't being
1:10:59
sarcastic. Well, yeah, when you said they're using headless
1:11:02
Drupal,
1:11:03
I'm being sarcastic. That's being humorous. Anyway,
1:11:08
I consider it sarcastic to even bring up the word Drupal. Okay?
1:11:14
You Drupal anyway, why don't you do is that the end of that clip,
1:11:17
that was the end of clip one.
1:11:19
Okay, go to clip two,
1:11:21
we also need to enable monetization of content
1:11:25
creators. And if we provide creators with the ability to
1:11:30
post what they create on our platform, and to monetize it, at
1:11:34
a rate that is at least competitive with the
1:11:36
alternatives, then of course creators will natively post
1:11:39
their content on Twitter, why not? So those are, those are
1:11:42
kind of note no brainer moves. Then also keto for verification.
1:11:47
Paid verified is now we know that this is someone who is has
1:11:51
been authenticated by the payment system by this sort of
1:11:55
conventional payment system. Now we can say like, okay, you've
1:11:59
got a balance on your account. Do you want to send money to
1:12:02
someone or money to someone else within Twitter? And maybe we pre
1:12:07
populate the account with and say, Okay, we're gonna give you
1:12:11
10 bucks and you can send it anywhere within Twitter. Then if
1:12:18
you want to get it out of the system, then okay, well now you
1:12:22
send it to bank accounts now attach an authenticated bank
1:12:25
account to your Twitter account then the next step would be this
1:12:31
offer an extremely compelling money market account to get
1:12:35
extremely high yield on your balance, then why not move cash
1:12:41
into Twitter? Great, that sounds like good idea. And then add
1:12:45
debit cards tracks and whatnot and I think it will be just
1:12:49
basically make the system as useful as possible the more
1:12:53
useful and entertaining it is the more people will use it.
1:12:57
Does he know this is recorded and broadcast on the Internet?
1:13:02
This is if he knows nobody's paying attention
1:13:06
I mean, and he's saying this to advertise he's he does not give
1:13:09
a shit about the audience. You wouldn't I mean, I've I've you
1:13:14
right I've done many pitch meetings with the with with
1:13:18
advertisers and by the dog may bark in a moment I think some
1:13:23
packages coming. And there's just certain you suck up
1:13:29
basically you just continuously making them feel good. That's
1:13:32
just how it works. And you reassure them because they're
1:13:35
little children with a big checkbook and you don't go off
1:13:38
into never Neverland about I'm going to be your bank and oh, by
1:13:42
the way, wouldn't it be great if it was a CB DC? He missed that
1:13:45
part? That would have been beautiful. He certainly ready
1:13:48
for it he'll be the guy. Yeah. I agree with all the payment
1:13:52
authenticate and think about it. You know,
1:13:55
I get a money market account on Twitter. What I mean that right
1:14:00
there is what would PBS should be talking about our NPR. No one
1:14:05
has noticed that How about you noticed it last show?
1:14:08
How about CNBC. Let's see what CNBC is saying about him. I
1:14:12
mean, they are so stupid. These people. They really can't they
1:14:16
have 00 thought patterns. It's just wow. The Dow Jones is up
1:14:23
1200 points. Holy guacamole. Let me see. Do you have anything on
1:14:28
Elon? Anything on Elon? Man he's not even on Oh, here it is. Read
1:14:32
email. Read Elon Musk's first email to all Twitter employees,
1:14:37
remote work over company needs subscriptions. This is your
1:14:41
financial press. The guy is literally talking about starting
1:14:44
and becoming a bank.
1:14:46
The guy's story about becoming the bank of the world. Yeah, and
1:14:51
everything you'd ever want from a from a bank. He's talking
1:14:54
about it openly and nobody's noticing
1:14:58
and what
1:15:01
And it's all going to be dos.
1:15:03
Well, he doesn't even bring any of that in. I mean, no, he's not
1:15:06
saying you know enough to keep some bank. What I'm saying is
1:15:10
enough to keep CNBC bit busy for a week.
1:15:13
But you know, now he is not going to do Doge, by the way,
1:15:17
because now if you're not even talking about that, because he's
1:15:20
serious, he now he means it. Enough messing around. Now, I
1:15:24
mean it for real. So, I'm glad you got that. Is there is there
1:15:29
is the whole thing available, I'd love to watch the whole
1:15:31
thing. Yes, the whole thing is available, just out of, you
1:15:34
know, professional, professional interest.
1:15:36
There's other stuff in there too. And then you can also make
1:15:40
a big one of the biggest collections of my soul. Data for
1:15:47
guy like this information, which I will give you 100% credit for
1:15:52
first coming across is now it's obvious what's going on. He says
1:15:58
he's saying it and nobody is paying any attendance is
1:16:03
unbelievable. To me. The
1:16:04
interesting thing is that he wants he said specifically,
1:16:07
maybe I'll give you 10 bucks upfront in your account, which
1:16:10
you can give to anybody you want on Twitter. Now he didn't did he
1:16:13
say $10? I don't remember what he said. 10 was a 10 or $10? He
1:16:18
said $10. Right. So it could be a stable coin. It could be
1:16:21
anything. It's not going to be $10. No, it can't be because the
1:16:28
profit to send any fraction of $10 through the traditional
1:16:32
payment processing system is just too expensive.
1:16:36
He won't be doing that traditional payment processing
1:16:38
systems tend to be all internal.
1:16:40
Exactly. Exactly. That's called a stable coin, by the way.
1:16:48
Well, whatever it's called, if it can go to my bank account,
1:16:51
which it seems so
1:16:53
well, you should you should you should talk to people who
1:16:56
invested in FTX and ask if that always works to take it out and
1:17:00
put it in your bank account?
1:17:02
If if he does it, and I get a connection to my bank account,
1:17:05
I'm good to go. You trust Elon. Yeah. Wow.
1:17:12
Even though you know his evil plan, and the mark of the beast,
1:17:15
I know his evil plan.
1:17:20
Before we take our break, I want to play a Redux clip. Because it
1:17:25
kind of plays into the difference between everything
1:17:28
you've heard the $10 billion the mainstream media made. Elon
1:17:32
becoming the bank, and little old podcasters, Adam and John,
1:17:38
who have just decided to see if we could get any value back for
1:17:44
the value we create. And someone sent me a link to this and like,
1:17:48
oh, man, we haven't played that in a long time. This is from
1:17:51
1999 David Bowie. Talking about the impact of the internet. I
1:17:56
don't think we've even seen
1:17:58
the tip of the iceberg. I think the potential of what the
1:18:02
internet is going to do to society, both good and bad, is
1:18:07
unimaginable. I think we're actually on the cusp of
1:18:12
something exhilarating and terrifying. It's just a tool
1:18:17
though, isn't it? No, no, no, no, it's an alien life form.
1:18:22
What do you think? I mean, when you think then about is there
1:18:26
life on Mars? Yes, it's just landed here. But that's it's a
1:18:30
simply a different delivery system. There.
1:18:32
You are arguing about something more profound.
1:18:34
Oh, yeah, I'm talking about the actual context. And the state of
1:18:38
content is going to be so different to anything that we
1:18:42
can really envisage at the moment where the interplay
1:18:45
between the user and the provider will be. So in
1:18:49
simpatico it's going to is going to crush our ideas of what
1:18:54
mediums are all about.
1:18:56
I've heard this before, but only this time did. It really hit me.
1:19:00
This is exactly what is happening here.
1:19:03
I want to credit you know, he was a huge fan. And he was in
1:19:08
contact with us at Silicon spin. Why he lived in someplace that
1:19:13
he was living in Bermuda I think at the time. And he was a huge
1:19:18
he listened to the show all the time. I think he got a lot of
1:19:20
these ideas from US
1:19:21
Armed I'm sure of it. Of course. Every Ralph Macho has a Master.
1:19:30
Yes. But when he says the content provider and the
1:19:36
audience are going to be so simpatico it will make us
1:19:39
question what medium really is. Thank you, David buoy. That's
1:19:44
exactly right. The medium is no longer important. Television.
1:19:48
The transmit the fact that you transmitted through that system
1:19:51
or cable is no longer important while we're doing simpatico. So
1:19:56
simpatico we don't need David Bowie. Rest in peace. If you
1:20:01
hear this we've taken we've taken it to the next level we
1:20:03
don't even call our audience audience we call them producers.
1:20:06
How boldly are we?
1:20:11
How boy, I don't know.
1:20:13
I think we're pretty darn boy. And with that, I'd like to thank
1:20:16
you for your courage say in the morning to the man who put the
1:20:18
sea in the clenched election. Ladies and gentlemen say hello
1:20:21
to my friend on the other end Mr. Johnson.
1:20:30
I'm Karina Memorial. She boots on the ground feet near subs in
1:20:32
the one of the names out there.
1:20:36
Oh, in the mornings, everyone in the troll room, mainly trolls.
1:20:40
How you doing trolls? You probably feel right at home
1:20:43
because if you don't have a blue checkmark, you're gonna be right
1:20:45
down with me with the bots and the trolls and that says, oh,
1:20:49
that must be it'll feel real comfortable. Actually, the
1:20:51
trolls join us live on Thursdays and Sundays. But they're
1:20:54
actually there all the time because no agenda stream.com has
1:20:58
a 24/7 live stream 12 shows live during the week of all times.
1:21:04
And I mean, you're right there's Fletcher does a bluegrass show.
1:21:09
Early in the morning before before Darren comes on on
1:21:12
Sunday, I think apparently is quite good. It's just I'm doing
1:21:16
clips at that point. You might want to tune it. Think you'd
1:21:18
like it. Tell you to me. Yeah, talking to you. Yeah, talking to
1:21:22
you. I was just talking to you. Who else am I talking to the
1:21:25
trolls? That's right. I have heard that there may be some
1:21:29
issues here or there with with connecting to the troll room
1:21:32
we're trying to figure out oh, yeah,
1:21:34
Jason. I sent you that know some guys today can't even log in,
1:21:37
do the voice properly.
1:21:41
I can't log in I tried and tried and they wouldn't let me log in.
1:21:48
It's your fault. Exactly.
1:21:50
You get what you pay for by the way. So time talent treasure you
1:21:54
can always help us out. But we'd like to take a look at the
1:21:57
trolls today and see how many we have. 1814 Is it just going down
1:22:06
and down and we just losing trolls?
1:22:07
I know exactly what that guy just told you. Yeah, but I don't
1:22:11
know how to fix
1:22:11
it. People just giving up
1:22:15
charge you the troll room the coders.
1:22:17
I feel responsible for that. I'm responsible for the troll stack.
1:22:23
Get a new stack.
1:22:25
Troll stack man. Alright, trolls Good to have you here. Of course
1:22:28
no agenda social.com is where you can also hang out. It is a
1:22:32
mastodon server once again, your no agenda show way ahead of the
1:22:35
curve. We've been using Mastodon for our community for about
1:22:39
three years say maybe No, maybe even more. More than more than
1:22:43
three, four years. Now. It's been beautiful to watch all
1:22:48
these idiots and with idiots I mean people who are leaving
1:22:53
Twitter not because of the coming mark of the beast. And he
1:22:58
wants total consumption of your life. No, keep he's racial
1:23:03
issues and so they leave. Oh, you come out here. You can find
1:23:08
me a mastodon. How many of those Did you see?
1:23:13
I stopped paying attention.
1:23:14
Oh, and so what happened is that and I love watching the
1:23:20
technology people a two in particular Dave Winer, Kara
1:23:24
Swisher and they both kind of like so I find them on Mastodon
1:23:32
and these tech people have no idea how it works. And so I
1:23:36
follow them right away. And so it goes like this. Hey, I'm here
1:23:40
Macedon. Hi everybody. Well, screw screw treat. I was just
1:23:45
not sure how it works is kind of confusing.
1:23:49
And then And then yeah, so the one thing that the news media
1:23:51
points out is many Twitter users are moving from Twitter to
1:23:55
Mastodon, a Twitter like experience with a chronological
1:23:59
timeline. And that's exactly and that's exactly what breaks these
1:24:03
people. So some, most of them figure it out. So day two was
1:24:06
like, Hey, this is kind of interesting. Kind of cool. Huh?
1:24:12
There's an I can edit my post. Whoa, this is great. Anybody out
1:24:16
there? Yeah. And then by the third day, there's no posts.
1:24:23
They're done. Because they don't understand that you need to join
1:24:27
the community, and communities intersect with other
1:24:31
communities. That's how it works. And that's why we you
1:24:35
know, that's why it's ours, our servers limited to
1:24:38
10,000 10,000. Trolls. Hey, you can join I think we still have
1:24:44
some room sign up.no agenda social.com. And when you do so
1:24:48
actually, I've said it. So you automatically are following
1:24:50
Adam, John, the two most important people in your life.
1:24:54
And now let us thank the artists for episode 50 tene oh one that
1:25:02
was still part of our celebration week we titled it
1:25:05
under assault. And the art was now when I took a little
1:25:12
bathroom break, I came back I said anything. What do you see
1:25:14
in the artist says I have one. This is the one that's the one I
1:25:17
have no argument. I don't care who you are. This is the one.
1:25:21
And it was the one by networks, which was the vote get mo
1:25:25
nation. I was the voting box.
1:25:28
It is not the way the discussion went. Oh, I'm sorry. How did it
1:25:33
go be like doing it. You're doing Mimi's imitation of me.
1:25:37
Well, we're both married to you. So we went we know. You walked
1:25:43
into that one.
1:25:44
I did. So Mimi's invitation to me is always the same. That's
1:25:49
it. That's the whole imitation.
1:25:53
No, that's not true. No, it goes like this. You know what John
1:25:59
will do? That's how it goes. There's an intro as an intro
1:26:02
piece to it. She's so badass. She I told her we were talking
1:26:08
about something the other day. And I told her you need to wear
1:26:11
a body cam. Because apparently, she goes in places and when
1:26:14
someone's addict she tells them their dick to their face. Like
1:26:18
rather
1:26:18
favorite thing is calling men Yeah, she does this constantly.
1:26:22
They'll do it in a public setting. So she has either a
1:26:25
round of applause or thumbs up for that people all body
1:26:29
our body can she told me the story about some a trans guy who
1:26:35
was late to market what do you tell the story? You must
1:26:39
remember this story. I'm tall fake trans dude. He
1:26:43
had fake boobs on the kind of like the the fake boobs like to
1:26:46
shop class guy half the size though.
1:26:49
And, and he was big and he was there with his mother and he all
1:26:53
he did was berate the mom. Oh, yeah. So Mimi, jumped all over
1:26:57
him to
1:26:57
stop stop being mean to that old lady. And this woman was what
1:27:02
six foot four? Something like
1:27:04
the trans guy. Yeah, big tall dude. John,
1:27:10
I begged I begged the family let's Amelia we need a body cam
1:27:15
on me. This is gonna be great. Oh, baby gold.
1:27:20
It would be it'd be Yeah, it would be gold for some Yes.
1:27:23
Especially when the Elan gets this thing where you get paid
1:27:26
for these things. They go Elon go Ilan,
1:27:31
I would say don't hold your breath anyway. You were pretty
1:27:37
confident you liked this one a lot. I do think
1:27:41
I was confident because as soon as I saw it, I said there's the
1:27:44
winner.
1:27:45
That's yeah, that's how it went in my mind that translated
1:27:48
differently, I guess. Yeah. Let me see. So what else did we
1:27:52
everybody agree when I go to the chat room? Everybody no agenda
1:27:58
social has a group of artists and they they go
1:28:01
all come up. No, hold on. No, no, no, they're insincere.
1:28:07
They're all like hey, congrats, great work fucker. You know that
1:28:11
that's what they're doing. You know it. You know it? I'm so
1:28:14
sure of it. Hey, that was great. Oh, congrats. Two in a row
1:28:18
faster. I'm telling you. I know artists. I'm sure there's a sub
1:28:23
sub thread somewhere. Or another another instance that we're
1:28:27
unaware of like,
1:28:28
man, Adam Creek Lake.
1:28:31
Adam and John suck man.
1:28:33
You guys don't know what they're doing with the
1:28:37
wheel love our artists. We love all the IMRT that did this stuff
1:28:41
come in this morning. Yeah. Some Taunton dynamite Taunton Neil
1:28:46
stuff. What else was there there was we had another no agenda
1:28:51
like I voted bad that was nice. It was a Yeah, no Oh, Clip of
1:28:57
the Day makin cheesy. Was there not that much or did this
1:29:05
this thing was so I mean, heads shoulders above everything
1:29:09
else. I was very good networks. Thank you so much.
1:29:12
Congratulations. And of course I'm only kidding I know that all
1:29:15
the it's a great community. And you know, we hone their skills.
1:29:19
I think that we help
1:29:22
we don't hold their skin. I'm looking I'm looking
1:29:26
Have you seen top row of the so the way this works is artists.
1:29:30
They listen live during the show when we're done then they
1:29:33
already have the artwork up so so we can always use the eye so
1:29:37
that we can
1:29:40
see what it is. So in one of the spots for the art, somebody put
1:29:44
it correct to record it correct to record it correctly put
1:29:47
instead of art he put in a bunch of text that says placeholder
1:29:52
for comic strip bloggers inevitable but inspired clinched
1:29:57
artwork.
1:29:59
See, they all love each other they know each other style. know
1:30:03
each other's vibe, man. Thank you all so much no agenda, the
1:30:07
election, no agenda art generator.com or get one of
1:30:10
those fancy modern podcast apps for a modern podcast, not some
1:30:15
old medium that you're still tethered to. And you can see all
1:30:19
these things flying by someone even work with CarPlay and
1:30:22
Android Auto. So you can see while you're driving, you see
1:30:24
the artwork.
1:30:25
Attraction it probably I don't know if you're driving is such a
1:30:27
good idea. It's a great idea. So it is very funny as you're
1:30:30
driving along
1:30:31
you on the 2.0 bandwagon. Are you pushing back now?
1:30:34
This is well, I'm just saying for car you should be
1:30:37
entertaining for your passengers. Okay, your drive
1:30:40
your driving Uber. Now, if people can comment on it while
1:30:44
you're playing the show, because I'm sure all Ubers play our
1:30:47
show. Hey, wanna hear good? Hey, you want to hear cool podcast?
1:30:52
Hey, we need to get Uber on board with our show
1:30:55
before they go out of business. Quick. Let us thank the the
1:31:04
executive and Associate Executive producers for episode
1:31:07
1502. Now with that, I will say that we are as of this episode,
1:31:14
I'm going to start making good for some of the 1500 celebration
1:31:18
week. mishaps and things that just went wrong because of the
1:31:24
the breakage of the entire value for value model. And thank you
1:31:27
all by the way for some of your many good suggestions. We're
1:31:29
working on that give us a month or so maybe two. We'll put it in
1:31:33
the FAC we'll let you know when it's updated.
1:31:35
And one.
1:31:37
Jan one, q1 baby. It's q1 that's we're aiming for. So it will be
1:31:46
a little long here and there. And I think we have to split
1:31:48
them up just because there's so many makers but let us start
1:31:51
with today's first executive producer Richard Leone, from
1:31:56
Canton, Ohio, comes in with $1,000 and we thank him very
1:32:01
much for that. He says this should take me to barons and the
1:32:04
last 1000 was a double up that's right question. If being missed
1:32:08
made me a black knight. Could I be a black and gold Knight?
1:32:14
Does that mean
1:32:15
I know he just wants more status? No. It first note last I
1:32:21
wanted to be knighted, sir, who dat? of the Hall of Fame city.
1:32:25
We got you covered. Richard, thank you very much for your
1:32:28
support. We really appreciate it.
1:32:31
All right, next up is Sumit Khanna su M MIT in Chattanooga,
1:32:41
Chattanooga Tennessee. He sent a note in a check. And as you
1:32:46
MIT's His name is actually his name. Summit. I can't remember
1:32:51
and by the way, I cut this note down because it's
1:32:53
it's some a summit a man or a woman isn't Summit. Is that a
1:32:56
dude's name?
1:32:58
Well, I'm it be explained itself here, okay, I think is a dude
1:33:03
because he or she maintains a website, battle penguin.com
1:33:08
battle battle dicom.com. And that's got to be a guy. I can't
1:33:13
remember when I started listening to no agenda who
1:33:15
recommended it. But I'm glad I did. It was one of those few
1:33:19
objective reviews of reality during the Trump years and into
1:33:22
the beginning of this scam demic due to your coverage in March of
1:33:26
2020, I started to pull numbers myself from the Johns Hopkins
1:33:30
and CDC data random through my own Python scripts dude, and
1:33:35
came up with the same conclusions as so many. The
1:33:39
world was totally overreacting. And he goes on with some issues
1:33:44
about Netflix and the rest. And Emma skipped down to he says
1:33:49
that's all I want to say. I really appreciate what you guys
1:33:52
do. Please accept my contribution. I need no de
1:33:54
douching I'm a pirate and I'll own it. If anyone was like me,
1:33:58
the entertainment industry would collapse as a smiley face. True.
1:34:04
True. And but you know, not everybody's like you know, and
1:34:07
never will be. So they're not going to collapse. Please
1:34:12
mentioned my website battle penguin.com which I already did.
1:34:15
I run zero ads and I write a lot of articles your listeners may
1:34:18
be interested in but I'm also at J some dog on any social and run
1:34:22
my own fediverse instance at J some dog at J some dog.com.
1:34:30
Thank you for your courage and could I have a turning the frogs
1:34:33
gay and we're all gonna die. Thanks Summit.
1:34:37
I was just looking at his at his website. It's pretty cool
1:34:42
actually. It's some good stories here. Wikipedia as a source of
1:34:47
political propaganda. Okay, goodbye to pay for the growing
1:34:51
fight against censorship on the web. He's got some interesting
1:34:53
stuff here.
1:34:53
I don't like a button chemicals in the water that turn the
1:34:56
friggin frogs gay.
1:34:58
Oh, sorry. It didn't happen. I have gotten a request from the
1:35:07
from the knighting team knighting and Daming team, to
1:35:12
only mention the roundtable requests during the actual
1:35:18
reading of the notes themselves. They feel that I'm butchering
1:35:22
too much of them at the end and it's messing stuff up. So I'm
1:35:26
going to adhere to that. But everything is ordered, as usual.
1:35:31
And I say that because Nathan Lombardi has something he wants
1:35:34
to order. He is our first Associate Executive producer
1:35:37
from Lake Wylie in South Carolina to eight seven dot o
1:35:41
wonder Adam and John today I'm happy to offer this value in
1:35:43
exchange for a seat at the roundtable. Adam hit me in the
1:35:46
mouth on his first Joe Rogan appearance and the journey so
1:35:49
far has been transformative to say the least. You're trans man.
1:35:54
I love it. This week, I joined no agenda social and I'm not
1:35:58
surprised that is already replaced face bag and other
1:36:01
socials as my go to platform. Please note me as Sir Thomas
1:36:05
McKean, Knight of the house of Lombardi, after my paternal
1:36:09
great grandmother's ancestor who was a colonel for George
1:36:11
Washington signed the Declaration of Independence for
1:36:14
Delaware and served as governor of PA. If it do, please, I will
1:36:19
take a tall glass of Blanton's bourbon with a lit tie stick at
1:36:23
the roundtable. I'll get you a lit tie stick. Man Can you
1:36:28
imagine? Can you imagine what your your great grandma
1:36:32
grandmother's ancestors would think of Fetterman? Just saying
1:36:39
thank you very much Nathan. Got you covered.
1:36:43
You go tie sticks still a thing?
1:36:46
Hi yah. Yah, rely on
1:36:50
RAM and nap and grass and veal. Grayson, Will Grayson we'll
1:36:54
probably Maryland 250. And in the morning, John natum This
1:37:00
donation from my handsome husband Brian Riley. This comes
1:37:04
in from Alison Yeah. Who is on his way to knighthood I love you
1:37:07
more every day No. November 6 was also his birthday so if you
1:37:11
could please add him he's added to the birthday listen to the
1:37:13
douche me. You've been de deuced we're getting to donate last
1:37:20
week when we could have doubled up my double up to hold them
1:37:24
out. But anyway, jingles Brennan insists innocent until proven
1:37:28
guilty to alleged the Brennan clip which is classic and are
1:37:32
two d two karma. We got married in Maryland in September of this
1:37:35
year. And we were a little worried when John dropped as
1:37:39
rainstick dropped it. Yes, I did that a few weeks before since we
1:37:44
had an outdoor wedding with no backup plan. But it all worked
1:37:47
out random fact. But Christian Christine it comes right
1:37:50
Christine Lagarde was our commencement speaker for a
1:37:54
college graduation and 20 Wow. All we remember is that speech
1:37:59
was extremely boring and lasted way too long. This is also
1:38:04
mainly focused on women graduating and ignored demand.
1:38:09
This is content people. This is why you tune in where else are
1:38:12
you all for what you do and congrats on your 15th
1:38:15
anniversary. Alison,
1:38:16
thank you very much Allah so people are innocent until
1:38:18
well alleged to
1:38:19
be involved in some type of criminal activity. You've got
1:38:25
karma. Thank you for bringing that one up. Kenneth, Caspar is
1:38:30
in New Braunfels, Texas to a 186. And he sent in a note he
1:38:35
says, Hey, John, Adam, thank you for all your hard work to keep
1:38:37
us informed and teaching us how to look at the media critically.
1:38:40
Adam being in beautiful Texas Hill Country. Have you heard of
1:38:44
the Texas movement? Yes, I have. The Texas National nationalist
1:38:49
movement has been working hard to gain our independence. We
1:38:52
have meetup and local organizations across the state
1:38:54
the state check us out on the web at t n m.me. I don't Oh,
1:39:02
he's a he's a Texas nationalist movement district director,
1:39:07
SD 25
1:39:08
I don't know if this is a good idea. We I mean, we don't want
1:39:11
to be a part of the United States and I kind of like the
1:39:13
United States. I do kind of
1:39:16
remember tech. Adam is not a Texan.
1:39:19
No, I'm accepted. I'm gonna accept him. Yeah, but I'm not
1:39:23
really I mean, but yeah, I don't know if all Texans feel that
1:39:28
way. Well, screw him would just be our own state own country. A
1:39:32
lot of work it's I think people underestimate. I mean, you just
1:39:36
have an
1:39:37
army you have to I mean, you have your National Guard
1:39:39
already.
1:39:41
And you know, all the ammo and weapons.
1:39:44
The idea personally, but I'm not in Texas and I you know, I think
1:39:46
California could be its own country, and it wouldn't be the
1:39:49
seventh biggest economy in the world. It'd be a big you know,
1:39:52
country but yeah, I think that's the already charging us full
1:39:57
full tilt for everything and overcharging us and tax Isn't
1:40:00
everything in between so we could probably put the army
1:40:02
together pretty quickly. And we also have Lockheed Martin here
1:40:06
and we've got NASA space and we already have the armaments
1:40:10
companies here tons of them
1:40:11
and we're cutting off we're cutting off cutting off all your
1:40:15
your lines to for tech companies and you won't be able to get on
1:40:20
the continent. You won't be able to get Twitter on the continent
1:40:23
John when you're when you're your own world.
1:40:27
Well, here's something to think about. But it's probably a bad
1:40:32
idea and it's not good for the show. Well might be.
1:40:35
Thank you Kenneth.
1:40:37
Sarah Gardner's next on the list and she's in Wilmington, North
1:40:40
Carolina $200.51 North Carolina is no agenda state of seems like
1:40:47
it was a choice. Show a birthday shout out to Tom Gardner from
1:40:53
wife Sarah. Please give him a bad biscuit for his birthday are
1:40:57
two d two chromophores 51st trip around the sun. They always give
1:41:01
me a biscuit on my birthday. You've got karma
1:41:10
we got Steve. P. Where's the Steve P for a second and what?
1:41:18
Oops. I thought I had the right. He's page one. Oh, I'm sorry. I
1:41:22
see what I'm doing wrong. Alright, Steve p your page one.
1:41:25
i Oh, nice. Living the dream card is a cute little card.
1:41:29
Yeah. Love both of you. Thank you for your courage and please
1:41:32
deduce mission. You've been deed deuced love from Steve P. And
1:41:38
we're, we're we're Kashia Wisconsin. I think I'm saying
1:41:41
that right. Well, Keisha Keisha Keisha? Maybe a Koosh but
1:41:45
I've been correct. pronunciations. verta fuller in
1:41:52
our word, vert. It's gotta be Bert in Batavia, New York. 200
1:41:56
bucks. And he says another
1:41:58
TV. TV. We say potato.
1:42:00
Well, there you go. It's batavi Are people with a pinky finger
1:42:06
only people in finance, say Batavia.
1:42:10
Finance and batavi. Congrats on 515 100 episodes. The best hours
1:42:20
I spend in a week. Listening to no agenda. Hello, thank you.
1:42:25
Boom. And that's it for vert.
1:42:27
That's all you got to know. Alex Green is in Greenfield Park, New
1:42:31
York. Hey, nearby people once Oh, no, I'm sorry. Well, I'm
1:42:35
going to be just note anyway since we'll be I already
1:42:38
started. He's 144 45 But he will be a night Do you mind if I just
1:42:43
read them here?
1:42:44
If you can cut it short? No, it's no way to do it. The size
1:42:48
of this
1:42:49
man look at the size of that guy's thing. I have finally
1:42:52
earned the Esteem title of night please do do.
1:42:56
You've been de douche.
1:42:57
I would like to assign myself the title of Sir breakfast the
1:43:01
night of shake down street and he says first and foremost need
1:43:04
to send you all a massive thank you. The show has changed my
1:43:07
life for the better. What? Shake down street Shake, shake down
1:43:12
what I say Shakedown Street. I used to I used to fear giving my
1:43:15
opinions I currently live in the ultra liberal state of New York
1:43:18
went to undergrad at a small liberal arts college in Vermont,
1:43:21
and was born and raised in Greater Boston. Dude, it's like
1:43:25
you got three strikes
1:43:27
the fact that he could survive that means anyone can this
1:43:32
guy is some kind of Superman. Since listening to your show I
1:43:36
have found the courage to stand steadfast in my opinions and
1:43:39
have learned some skills on how to express these thoughts using
1:43:42
evidence based arguments. I can even send I got receipts mofo I
1:43:49
can even send show notes to help explain my point. You guys are
1:43:53
the best. He sent us both a package with his grandfather's
1:43:57
books, which Yes, I did receive the parasitic role of the
1:44:02
elites. Thank you and John, you probably got a copy of the
1:44:05
common genius. I think so. Yeah, I appreciate it and they're
1:44:10
there in the big star stack but we will be read and that's a
1:44:14
reminder his Grampy is a true free thinker an amazing man has
1:44:17
a lot of wisdom to provide us all. And you can find some of
1:44:22
his sage advice at Bill Green books.com Thanks Again For
1:44:25
Everything boys. For the roundtable please get your
1:44:27
finest buffalo wings a Caesar salad and a four pack a heavy
1:44:30
toppers. Jingles yeah no oh, I should have done again I do have
1:44:34
a you know Yeah, no, yeah, no. Do we have a jingle of you know
1:44:41
you know you had the Beatles Yeah,
1:44:43
you know why you say goodbye Say hello you
1:44:46
know you know mariachi and Patriot karma for all thank you
1:44:49
for your courage the newly dubbed sir breakfast the night
1:44:52
of ShakeDown street
1:44:58
Yeah, no, no But
1:45:00
you're saying yeah, you're saying no. Yeah, no. Yeah, no.
1:45:06
Yeah, no. Yeah. No, I don't know why you say yeah, I
1:45:10
was saying no.
1:45:12
Yeah, no, no. Yeah. Yeah, no, I don't know why you're saying.
1:45:17
Yeah, I
1:45:18
was saying no,
1:45:20
no No, no, no no no no no no no, no no no no, no, no no no no,
1:45:28
no, no, no, no, no, no No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No,
1:45:35
no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You've got
1:45:48
it's actually a nice little, little sequence there. I kind of
1:45:52
enjoy I liked it, but haven't heard those in a while. Let's
1:45:55
grab a couple of these mate goods. John. We can do more in
1:45:57
our second segment. If you don't mind.
1:46:01
No, I think it's great.
1:46:02
I will kick it off with Aaron Harvey. Thanks to numerous
1:46:08
Switcheroos from Sir Harvey Well, Wallbanger I am now a dame
1:46:12
from Aaron. Since I reached day hood, thanks to the double
1:46:15
donation promotion I wish to be called Dame discount and we'd
1:46:17
like the placards made by party placards.com at the roundtable
1:46:22
Oh, you are sly, and anyone looking for custom party and
1:46:25
event decorations go to party placards.com Enter the code ITM
1:46:28
10 at checkout for a discount. Man, I love people who pick up
1:46:34
on a double A double up offer and still managed to make some
1:46:39
money out of it. Very well done. Aaron, we'll see you at the
1:46:41
roundtable. Emily Clanton Happy Anniversary I would like to
1:46:45
reach out to other producers who are living with chronic health
1:46:47
condition. I don't have a clear idea of how this will work. But
1:46:50
I think we should have a place to connect that is free of
1:46:53
constant externalized fear and pressure. Have you ever heard of
1:46:57
no agenda social.com Instead, we should look at things Oh,
1:47:02
instead we should look at things from the perspective of
1:47:04
insurance companies they demand annual prioritization for
1:47:06
treatments mean to conditions which currently have no cure.
1:47:09
This might mean that must mean the cures for everything are
1:47:12
imminent. I'd be like to call Dame Dame Oh. Oh, damn, damn A.
1:47:19
Okay, give me a little punching gate guide Damdama is the
1:47:23
Japanese word for no good or stop damned Amen. you commonly
1:47:27
hear it when a child or animal engages in a no no activity. I'd
1:47:31
like gluten free pumpkin pie at the table please. People
1:47:34
interested in getting in touch can email me at chronically
1:47:37
badass@pm.me Wow. So stomach issues probably as well and
1:47:43
gluten crap there's more it could just be the vid by itself.
1:47:46
Who knows? Knows. Michael Burdette Burdett, predict
1:47:53
Burdett. He says Wow, wow, news comedy deconstruction great
1:47:57
stories and send the sound well Hi Andrew your school's out.
1:48:01
When John left twit I follow John to the no agenda Show. This
1:48:04
show seemed a little weird at first but had been a douche bag
1:48:07
ever since. Sure I've donated here and there but it's hard to
1:48:10
say return value for value. During COVID. Armed with
1:48:13
knowledge from no agenda I filed for my exemption kept my job
1:48:16
serving our doctors of value I could never repay. I should have
1:48:20
joined the great resignation but instead I adopted a couple of
1:48:22
Human Resources my grandkids we had a blast leaving Seattle on
1:48:26
empty planes to experience small crowds at entertainment venues
1:48:29
across the red states. It wasn't all great. We the unpacks were
1:48:34
banned from our cruise after being postponed for two years.
1:48:37
That was a bummer but next year we try again. I've grown fond of
1:48:40
carrying the keeper nice thank you. After two divorces you to
1:48:45
inspire me Yes, you got it you gotta you gotta go for that
1:48:48
third marriage bro. My dubbing credit donations on show 1500 My
1:48:53
doubling credit on donations on show 50 100 Put me over the
1:48:56
knighthood threshold. Yeah, normal staples at the table will
1:48:58
be fine. However, I could use a deducing if you have any left.
1:49:01
You're in luck. You've been de deuced and he will be for with
1:49:07
known as servants of my Lord Jesus Christ and the Gitmo
1:49:10
nation. No jingles no karma. You got it. Do you have any of these
1:49:15
in front of you? Just want me to do them all.
1:49:17
Read a cup.
1:49:18
Do you got mica because I got Mike and
1:49:20
Michael Evelle Yes. Am I a note? You go from mica I screwed up
1:49:25
and sent my donation email to the wrong address. Thank you. I
1:49:29
believe I'm still able to become an instant Knight yes you we all
1:49:33
these things that were passed over for one reason or another I
1:49:37
you know, it holds it just doesn't get credited
1:49:41
immediately. I received during donation inflation week and
1:49:44
credited on show 51501 To save time, you do not have to read
1:49:50
the email on the show. Oh, but I do want you both to know how
1:49:54
much I truly appreciate everything you've done over the
1:49:58
years she needs a de Deus ng
1:50:02
D deuced
1:50:06
and it will go on to Allen Sibley, another one double 350
1:50:11
donation brings me a knighthood. Please note me sir Radek owl,
1:50:15
Knight of the holy orbs. Polly H O le y. Shout out to my smokin
1:50:21
hot wife Shannon Shannon, and my wife bye and my friends and
1:50:25
fellow listeners Jeremy and David Jeremy hit me in the mouth
1:50:28
years ago. Thanks, Jeremy. Thanks for all you do. Alan,
1:50:31
Cory Bucha wheat, or buckwheat? It couldn't be bequeathed as be
1:50:37
uch but his Bible called Bucha sweetness from
1:50:39
Louisiana,
1:50:40
but he's probably always from Louisiana. I don't know how
1:50:44
basically you and John are day in and day out I just my like,
1:50:46
I'm going to be just like the coach of the LSU football team
1:50:51
making the North but he now talks like
1:50:53
this just making this up. I don't know if he's from
1:50:55
Louisiana, just so you know. Oh, okay. Well,
1:50:57
everyone got everyone to watch his football got what I had to
1:50:59
say. I know I miss you. And John our day in and day out. I was
1:51:02
just my luck that you both had an overload of donessa sack and
1:51:06
get to 20 and there's a guy can't get it out of donations
1:51:09
knows for sure. 1500. I originally sent his email to
1:51:12
John but then I thought perhaps Adam would get a greater
1:51:15
appreciation for my fiance's new baked book. I must be irritating
1:51:21
as hell reading our notes. Now we entertain ourselves fine. As
1:51:25
a first time donation from show 1500 Could I please ask to have
1:51:29
my note read on the air only if possible for Sunday show?
1:51:33
Apparently not. It would mean a lot to me. I would also fall in
1:51:38
line better for Jen's birthday on the 15th. Can you also use my
1:51:42
real name Cory buckwheat, not can wheat. I must appreciate it.
1:51:47
I much appreciate this. It is buckwheat then. Thank you for
1:51:51
all the meticulous work all these years. I'll copy the note
1:51:54
below here. Thank you both. God bless you both. And then he goes
1:51:58
on with some other note. On top of this note,
1:52:02
no she got he she she Cory? Cory Cory douchey deed do this is the
1:52:11
beginning of her journey to Dame hood and she talks about there.
1:52:16
That's Cory. He's a girl. Cory is also a man's name. Like Pat.
1:52:20
I know but I read ahead and I saw the dame thing so yeah,
1:52:22
she's gorgeous. She well, actually no, then you see can
1:52:26
because Ken says please put the missus on the birthday list as
1:52:29
we begin to celebrate her alleged 33 You guys are
1:52:32
confusing.
1:52:34
Yes, it is a problem with these notes. I shouldn't mention
1:52:36
something. Yeah, these notes are out of control. They say they go
1:52:41
one goes to me one goes to this they sent him to me they sent
1:52:43
him to Adam They sent him to where they should be sent which
1:52:45
is notes at no agenda show.net That's where they're supposed to
1:52:48
go and everything they said and I actually got one the other day
1:52:52
that was sent to you was sent to notes was sent to JC at the
1:52:55
border and John at the vortex wrote in some other one. I know
1:52:58
what no agenda at the vorak.org It is so it's like okay, so we
1:53:04
are going to straighten this out. First quarter next year.
1:53:08
q1 Everybody q1. I can't wait for that call. Andrew peih Gee,
1:53:14
I donated for the 15 year anniversary. I want to be the
1:53:17
night of Patagonia II Tierra del Fuego for the roundtable if we
1:53:22
can have shisha in bananas South American style I love and
1:53:28
banana. Then we have Chris weeders zyk kowski I think he
1:53:35
does a kowski sounds of sounds right to me weeders a kowski
1:53:38
congratulations on your 15th 200th episode. Thank you
1:53:41
for your courage. Please Knight me, sir l Osmo. of Sarasota
1:53:49
pure, pure OGIS and people for the roundtable we fantastic stay
1:53:54
safe. Daniel Posselt he had a correction John Adams not too
1:53:59
much trouble in regards to my donation of episode 1501 I'd
1:54:02
like to be knighted sir Dan someone yes we'll take care of
1:54:05
it and for the roundtable like some Gubbels and ginger ale for
1:54:11
geo geo but what is the starting to take good notes GE O G Boost
1:54:15
Juice? I don't know.
1:54:16
I don't know what he's talking about. I
1:54:17
mean, you don't these guys can order anything. You really want
1:54:19
gobbles at the roundtable. He's sitting next to you.
1:54:24
And this is also a confusing thing because he was knighted as
1:54:28
something else I guess. But he says the tie was not received
1:54:32
and if you look on the list there he's not listed as a
1:54:34
knight. He is listed as Sir Daniel posted on Bing.
1:54:39
I think we already told everybody that we're gonna fix
1:54:41
it all.
1:54:43
Boys fixed but I don't know.
1:54:45
Nothing is fixed, so go away.
1:54:48
It's true. Nothing is
1:54:52
MCs Silva. Hey Gents, this Damian was missed for the 15th
1:54:55
anniversary special my apologies I could have specified the
1:54:58
donation was for Damien Mike Hey pal note instead of the
1:55:01
accompanying email, yes, that's the preferred method and
1:55:03
guaranteed original contents afforded in this email along
1:55:08
with the accounting a dash of karma thrown in for the upcoming
1:55:10
holidays will be cherished. Happy anniversary. Mike kings.
1:55:13
You are the best. Thank you very much. We'll give ourselves a
1:55:16
Karma there you've got karma. Aaron mice and Berg I believe my
1:55:21
su 32 donation for show 1499 was Miss but I'd still like an
1:55:26
executive producer credit and be knighted. Sir a run of the
1:55:30
little Luxenberg settlement and greater bohemian Alps. No
1:55:34
jingles? No karma? Because I'd asked for jobs karma just by
1:55:36
asking. I had three unsolicited LinkedIn messages asking for
1:55:39
interviews. Congratulations. You know what happens if you put
1:55:44
your executive producer title in your LinkedIn you get a lot of
1:55:48
emails. Hey, I'm also a podcast, executive producer and
1:55:53
consultant. A lot of people who think that this credit is equal
1:55:58
to a podcast consultant, tell him to buzz off Mark chunka
1:56:02
congratulation guys. Thanks to your inflation special I'm
1:56:04
donating $1,000 To become an instant aid and switcheroo make
1:56:08
my smokin hot wife Sarah and in Sudan please deduce. De do we
1:56:15
got hit in the mouth by a daughter and son in law in the
1:56:18
early COVID debacle on your show helped us keep our sanity we
1:56:21
shared your show with many friends some of whom appreciate
1:56:24
it some of whom just can't break free of the M five M I would
1:56:27
like my night name to be sir Marcus of Gurkha land. And Sara
1:56:32
would like to be named Sara of the Lake Mary our gates a
1:56:35
goddess gates gates. It gets egg egg it's what's agates I think a
1:56:40
good what is an egg it
1:56:42
is like an egg is like a rock.
1:56:45
All right at the ranch
1:56:46
a bunch of egg gets I guess at Lake Mary at the wrong kind of
1:56:49
rock. I'm guessing this sounds
1:56:51
right. But the round table the mutton sounds great Syrah would
1:56:54
like a crisp Sauvignon Blanc and I would like a glass of Buffalo
1:56:58
Trace with a Gurkha seller reserve 15 cigar. If you have a
1:57:03
Gurkha sword for the knighting ceremony, it would be cool John
1:57:05
luckily has one of those.
1:57:06
Oh, Alana is to Gurkha is it allowable to have if he I
1:57:11
thought there was no smoking at the table.
1:57:14
Where have you been? Well, that went out the door in 2009.
1:57:22
Christopher winter from Fitchburg Massachusetts, nutsy
1:57:26
says in the morning crackpot and buzzkill thanks for the
1:57:28
inflation special this donation of three three 3.33 almost
1:57:31
brings me to knighthood. Adam Can you kick in a penny? I think
1:57:35
I got me to reach into the pocket here so I thought I had
1:57:38
one. Oh, it's right in that corner. Okay, got it. Please
1:57:44
Knight me Sir Christopher break of the dirty Burg for the
1:57:48
roundtable on requesting the ball of any Caribbean cask
1:57:52
scotch. You got it. Anonymous. Congrats on a fantastic 1500
1:57:57
Thanks to you in the no agenda community for keeping my
1:57:59
amygdala small. While the fact was a very thorough and
1:58:02
enthralling read up there with some of the finest literature of
1:58:05
the last century. It's the FAQ on our website I goofed up and
1:58:13
just put some notes in the your thoughts field on the donation
1:58:16
page for shows 1499 1500 Which I'm sure got lost in the flood.
1:58:21
My 1500 donation came as I was making my way through Newark
1:58:24
airport to the gate from my flight home, and when I saw it
1:58:27
was gate 33 the dye had been cast. I knew what I had to do so
1:58:31
hope this note finds you and serves as a combo. Note from my
1:58:34
knighthood it does please note me XyO of the Wu Tang ham. I
1:58:38
humbly request for shatta bombastic and Prosecco. Prosecco
1:58:43
for the roundtable. You got it? Two more three more here John
1:58:47
pick one up pick one just jump in and
1:58:49
do Chris this good old Chris Weinberg greetings and the
1:58:53
lovely to John and Adam and the lovely keep rafter hand
1:58:56
delivering our 15th anniversary donation attended the keeper
1:58:59
during the Sunday show 1499 I came home and decided to do a
1:59:03
tally and realize I was so close to knighthood that I couldn't
1:59:06
pass up this golden opportunity accounting below there's really
1:59:10
no other show like this the best cop podcast in the universe are
1:59:14
the best cod to cast as interesting and with today's
1:59:17
Fisher catches mostly cod with some grouper the void that would
1:59:23
exist where you to cease broadcasting would be
1:59:33
to be vast I agree with that by the way can I get pasture man
1:59:41
these oops bombers boop. Bombers behind thank you for your
1:59:45
courage Be blessed as you enter fully into your teenage years
1:59:50
just think soon you can drive the car. Please Knight me Sir
1:59:54
Alan the bearded and I will happily dine on the already
1:59:58
present Tomahawk state state IX shear with the several Hardy
2:00:02
drams of Lego Mulan 16 at the round table
2:00:06
with Obama's us with the Constitution yeah weapon weapon
2:00:11
weapon weapon weapon will be
2:00:45
you guys have a lot of stuff to keep up with says Matthew well
2:00:47
wills on show 59 But I only receive credit for the show now
2:00:51
she this is like one of these confusing credits all over the
2:00:54
place and you got a double listen that and and they it's
2:00:57
just impossible credit for show that once under 65 bucks which
2:01:02
we normally just credit by name, special EP credit and not the
2:01:06
additional $35 I donate wishes in this segment that would be
2:01:10
people have this nonnamous Serious some
2:01:12
people have quantum math. All right. So here's what happened.
2:01:16
Okay.
2:01:18
That's bringing me tonight. Okay, that's great donation
2:01:21
amount for the show is 200 As confirmed in John's response to
2:01:24
my previous email Yeah, I probably wrote correspondence
2:01:28
you've had correspondence sent some back to as proven by this
2:01:32
that's why I haven't closed the accounting again for your
2:01:35
reference Jays you guys can't get anything straight please
2:01:38
ensure that I get my proper credits received I'm knighted in
2:01:41
an upcoming make good you have time on the show during said
2:01:45
make good please send me Joe Biden's jobs karma and resist
2:01:48
rematch to they had a Chinese asshole as jingles. And I would
2:01:52
like WWE and dabs at the roundtable. Thank you very much
2:01:56
sir Matt wells ways who is the SIR Matt wells? No, he will be
2:02:00
his night name is going to be now the Austin predicable on
2:02:04
this what is going predict cabbies predicting pedicab. He's
2:02:07
always a pedicab Eddie cabbies so I don't get it. Is he a night
2:02:10
already? As he'd been night? He hasn't been knighted? No list.
2:02:13
No.
2:02:14
Hello. What many people do is they sign that usually they will
2:02:19
say a sawn off with soon to be. Got it? Yeah, okay.
2:02:26
Okay, well, he's hopefully benighted today. Last I'll do
2:02:31
I'll read this one. Trevor The Machinist five on your bikes.
2:02:36
Okay, there you go. Please keep me anonymous. Credit as Trevor
2:02:39
the machines like hey, you got credited correctly. You got
2:02:43
credit. Another thing is an issue. I want to tell everybody
2:02:46
out there now because we had some guys send a notice and you
2:02:49
name me you did that named me. I should have been anonymous. If
2:02:54
you really want to be anonymous over $49.99 Send in a check. PO
2:03:00
Box 339 l Cirino. California 9453 O box 339 Elstree to
2:03:10
California, because that way you can be weighed if it goes into
2:03:13
paper, everybody
2:03:13
get a pen, write it down. Everybody you can backup you can
2:03:16
backup this is a this is recorded. No, you can also go to
2:03:20
dvorak.org/na It's right there on the right hand side down the
2:03:23
right hand, but you can see it right there is the PIO box.
2:03:26
Yeah, but they still don't know. The point is is that this is
2:03:31
going to happen if you go through pay, pal.
2:03:33
It's okay John, we get it we're fixing it. Stop harping already
2:03:37
move on. We're really we're okay and no one's complaining but you
2:03:41
I'm complaining. Yes, please, sir Trevor, the machine is
2:03:45
thanks for the excellent media deconstruction jingles
2:03:47
chemtrails. Beautiful yum Amen fist bump no karma.
2:03:53
This is also going to change by the way.
2:03:56
Yeah, we're gonna stop doing jingles.
2:03:57
I mean, we have to stop but people just take advantage of
2:04:05
yum. I will try this. I don't know if we had a beautiful
2:04:09
beautiful I
2:04:10
do know you got to the end of the year people to get your
2:04:13
jingle requestion and your DDRC quarter running.
2:04:17
Running order he did what was the what was the third one?
2:04:20
What was the chemtrails? Beautiful yum Amen fist bump.
2:04:24
Goodness. So it's the recently three
2:04:27
watch only three you're not the one looking him up on boom boom
2:04:33
you fall
2:04:38
Amen. fistball Nailed it. All right, everybody. Thank
2:04:41
you so much.
2:04:42
Wait, wait Tom Davies. I'm sorry. The last one, I believe
2:04:47
my 1500s Episode note. Let me do this correctly. I believe my
2:04:51
15 100th Episode note may have been lost in the mayhem of the
2:04:56
mess masonite formation. Would you be so kind as to add me to
2:05:01
the upcoming round table celebration be in JNK with no
2:05:06
special requests at the round table. How hard can that be? I'd
2:05:10
like to be known as Sir Adam giant of Cary, North Carolina.
2:05:15
Keep up the great work for Tom Davies. Hey,
2:05:20
very nice. Thank you to all these these Executive Associate
2:05:24
Executive Producers 15th anniversary, celebratory
2:05:26
producers knights dame's barons, we do hopefully have the entire
2:05:31
list good for our ceremony later on with one of those funky ass
2:05:35
ores that was requested. And thank you again. And if I didn't
2:05:39
say it on the 15th during the 1500 week, thank you to everyone
2:05:43
who was on the sustaining donation to kept on there
2:05:46
throughout the various payment processing debacle is very
2:05:51
appreciated, because that really does make a difference. It's
2:05:53
more than people understand. And so even though John accuse you
2:05:56
of rightly so virtue signaling, no. It hurts. So the people who
2:06:05
throughout our history have and 15 years have been on sustaining
2:06:08
donations. Thank you. Thank you, thank you. If you'd like to
2:06:11
learn more, you only have until January 1 to see the old
2:06:15
donation page go there quick.
2:06:16
vora.org/and A Thank you all 15
2:06:21
years of your time, your talent, your treasure. Our formula
2:06:25
is this. We go out with people in the mouth.
2:06:44
Just briefly, just a little update since we would do the
2:06:47
show live anyway, this sounds right now of Athens, Greece,
2:06:52
when 1000s have taken to the streets. Guess what they're
2:06:56
pissed off about the cost of what?
2:07:00
taxes, taxes,
2:07:03
the cost of energy and food. They're starving and can drive
2:07:06
like every other country except this is the EU. And this is the
2:07:10
week sister of the EU. This is new. This is new, what happens
2:07:16
to a head within the next year or two. Luckily, no agenda will
2:07:19
have the best angles on it. Hello, as always. Now I have a
2:07:23
couple of clips I want to get out of the way. These are this
2:07:25
is some CIA stuff. This is
2:07:27
the this is based on the clip that was posted online. From
2:07:31
Snowden.
2:07:31
Snowden posted this clip online, I picked it up. It sounds like
2:07:35
every other clip, we played a bunch of these clips. The last
2:07:37
one we played was a CIA ex CIA guy talking about how they did.
2:07:42
They would plant stories in Africa. And then those stories
2:07:46
were picked up by London, see a guy or invite six in London and
2:07:51
he'd run in London. And then the US media was pointed to
2:07:54
it. Yeah. And they would say, according to the Africa times
2:07:57
and confirmed by the old crane confirmed by as the London Times
2:08:01
also says yep, exactly.
2:08:03
So now this guy is named Frank SNEP, who actually wrote a
2:08:06
couple of books. And he wrote one book, right after he quit
2:08:10
the CIA. And he, the CIA sued him for some breach of
2:08:15
confidentiality, and actually took all his royalties 300 To
2:08:20
the tune of $300,000. He took all his money, and then made it
2:08:25
so he had to clear everything he did through the CIA that which
2:08:28
is normal. If you write if your ex CIA and you're writing books,
2:08:32
I can confirm that Don had to pull certain things out of his
2:08:38
book. pop charts. Yeah. The agency said nope, nope. No one
2:08:44
can No, you are living in Japan, for some reason.
2:08:49
Yeah, stuff like that. So here is. So here is now the thing
2:08:53
that's interesting is that is what this what these two clips
2:08:57
lead to, which I'll get into after we play these two clips.
2:09:00
And this is a snap talking about how during the Vietnam era, how
2:09:04
they would plant to how the CIA would plant stories in the
2:09:08
media. And it makes nothing but sense. Actually, if your
2:09:12
question yes,
2:09:13
this interview because that no one tells where's this who did
2:09:15
this interview? Where's this from you?
2:09:17
Oh, no. Okay. We don't know this was just dropped on dropped on
2:09:22
the market by Snowden with very little detail. Hey, let's go.
2:09:28
You briefed the press.
2:09:29
Did you not when you were there? Well, I had several jobs. One of
2:09:32
my jobs was that of analysts. I also was an interrogator and
2:09:37
indeed briefed the press. When we the CIA wanted to circulate
2:09:44
disinformation on a particular issue. Disinformation is not
2:09:47
necessarily not necessarily a lie. It may be a half truth. And
2:09:52
we would pick out a journalist I would go do the briefing and
2:09:57
hope that he would put the information in print At, for
2:10:00
instance, if we wanted to get across to the American public,
2:10:05
that the North Vietnamese were building up their force
2:10:08
structure in South Vietnam, I would go to a journalist and
2:10:12
advise him that in the past six months, X number of North
2:10:17
Vietnamese forces had come down the whole Chi Minh trail system
2:10:20
through southern Laos. Now, there is no way a journalist can
2:10:24
check that information. So either he goes with the
2:10:27
information or he doesn't. And ordinarily, or usually, the
2:10:31
journalist would go with it, because it was, it looked like
2:10:33
some kind of exclusive. And I would say our percentage who
2:10:39
planning that kind of data was 70, or 80%. Correspondence we
2:10:44
targeted were those who had terrific influence the most
2:10:49
respected journalist in Saigon, like Robert Chaplin of the New
2:10:53
Yorker magazine, Kai's beach of the Los Angeles Times from time
2:10:56
to time, and also, he worked for the Chicago Daily News. But
2:11:01
America, the US News and World Report, Malcolm Brown of the New
2:11:05
York Times, and even Maynard Parker of Newsweek magazine, we
2:11:10
would go after these gentlemen, I would be directed to cultivate
2:11:16
them to spend time with him at the Caravelle, hotel, or the
2:11:21
Continental Hotel, to socialize with them and, and slowly but
2:11:25
surely, to try to gain their confidence by dolloping. out
2:11:29
valid information information, which was true. And then I would
2:11:34
drop in into a conversation, the data that we wanted to get
2:11:39
across, which might not be true. One piece of data, for instance,
2:11:43
that we managed to plan in the New Yorker magazine had to do
2:11:47
with suppose it North Vietnamese effort in 1973 to develop
2:11:52
airfields along the border of South Vietnam. The reason we
2:11:58
wanted to plant this information was that we were trying to
2:12:02
persuade the US Congress that Saigon should be continued to
2:12:08
should continue to get a great deal of aid, and that the North
2:12:13
Vietnamese were the chief violators of the ceasefire
2:12:15
accord that was printed in the New Yorker magazine under the
2:12:21
byline of Robert Chaplin, as indeed was a great deal of such
2:12:25
information, which, which we tried to circulate.
2:12:28
Wow, I'm glad the CIA doesn't do that anymore.
2:12:34
Well, this reason he quit, because he didn't think it was
2:12:36
it was legit. And I kind of commented that a second clip,
2:12:40
I can confirm the way he says certain things. It's totally, I
2:12:44
mean, he's, I mean, we know he's a spook, but he has the cadence,
2:12:48
everything, of real spooks, you know, like the ones that were it
2:12:51
used to be my family.
2:12:53
Yeah, this brother still in your family?
2:12:55
Well, one or two? We got a couple left.
2:13:01
But this, yes, he has the NSX it that cadence is a milieu
2:13:06
cadence, which is specific. And I've heard it elsewhere. And I
2:13:09
think we were probably it's one of those that we can pick up I
2:13:13
think.
2:13:15
I think it's, if you had it in the beginning here, you brief
2:13:18
the press. Did you not?
2:13:20
Were there? Well, I had several jobs. One of my jobs was that of
2:13:23
analysts.
2:13:25
I think at the beginning of that interview, he has his way he
2:13:27
says CIA or something like that. It was like, oh, man, I've heard
2:13:31
that said exactly what that cadence Oh, it's an in the
2:13:33
original, not in your in your clips. Okay. Onward.
2:13:37
Okay, as part two,
2:13:38
if I planted a piece of information with a reporter, I
2:13:42
would ordinarily then try to create an environment in which
2:13:45
he could not check the information. I would go to the
2:13:48
British ambassador and brief him on the disinformation I had just
2:13:52
given the reporter. So when the reporter wanted to cross check
2:13:55
what I told him with, say, the British ambassador, New Zealand
2:13:59
ambassador, or what have you, he would get false confirmation,
2:14:03
the same message coming back at him, he would say, Hmm, I've got
2:14:06
proof that Frank snap told me the truth, when in fact, what
2:14:10
he'd gotten was simply an echo of what I'd given them in the
2:14:13
first place via the British ambassador or other of our
2:14:18
friendly diplomatic contacts. I am as an ex CIA agent posed to
2:14:24
the disinformation activities in which I was involved. I admit
2:14:29
that I was involved, and I think it serves no useful purpose. And
2:14:34
propagandizing the American public or Congress is not the
2:14:38
CIA's job.
2:14:40
Now, but luckily, we have a law against that called Smith Mundt.
2:14:44
Yeah, and you can see since he was in play during that era, how
2:14:48
much how much that meant to anybody.
2:14:51
00 I love all right. I love the All right, tell the journalist
2:14:58
one thing and then make sure that The ambassador has the same
2:15:02
information because he knows I heard about the British whatever
2:15:05
it is it's just beautiful playing both sides it's always
2:15:08
it's Kaley is that I think that is the mission of the CIA isn't
2:15:12
it is to manipulate the media and and coerce journalists into
2:15:18
false information reporting that's their job isn't that
2:15:21
their description
2:15:24
so I looked into this guy because he's got a wiki page and
2:15:28
snap is named Frank snap whether that's his real name or not we
2:15:31
don't know because the CIA suppose he always uses different
2:15:33
names aliases for everybody but let's he took the name is
2:15:38
originally supposed to be frank snip the third does make sense
2:15:41
but okay. I want to read this little part here. CIA is a dozen
2:15:46
his career information he was recruited into the CIA in 1968
2:15:52
by the Associate Dean of the School of internet national and
2:15:56
Public Affairs at Columbia. Oh, mostly, I never
2:16:01
thought that would be a spook outfit.
2:16:05
I'm thinking they have the guy's name this is like this shouldn't
2:16:08
I mean how good of a job as a CIA doing when they're actually
2:16:11
revealing something like this? So I went over and looked at the
2:16:15
School of International and Public Affairs Columbia, I tried
2:16:18
to get a look at their alumni. And I would like to read about
2:16:23
25 names
2:16:25
class of what what class or what?
2:16:27
No, there's no class of these are just alumni and people who
2:16:32
have graduated from this. This public affairs school.
2:16:36
It's gonna win Columbia huge list of douchebags, isn't it?
2:16:39
Well, let's see Maryland. Madeline Albright. You think?
2:16:43
Yeah, a bunch of African leaders like Joseph od a member of the
2:16:48
Ghanaian parliament. Abraham Gambari, Minister of External
2:16:53
Affairs of Nigeria. Let's go with that. Yeah. David Kaye,
2:16:57
Chief un weapons inspector. Oh, here's one George Tennant. Oh,
2:17:04
former director of the CIA. William Clark, the former US
2:17:10
ambassador to India. A bunch of Chinese guys a lot of Chinese
2:17:15
Bill de Blasio. Mayor of New York,
2:17:20
Wayman, that guy's a moron.
2:17:23
Tell me about there's more morons to come. Monica Crowley
2:17:31
was Eric Garcetti, the current mayor of Los Angeles
2:17:36
man, they have some real winners at the agency. Mark Miley, the
2:17:41
39th, chief of staff, that guy the big fat guy who turned on
2:17:45
Trump, that guy, a good Prime Minister of Tanzania is on this
2:17:50
list. Here's a good one. Katie Stanton, Head of International
2:17:57
Strategy for Twitter. Claire Shipman, ABC News correspondent.
2:18:05
And here's the last one I just a lot of people on this list. This
2:18:09
was going to be Florida, Corinne, John Pierre, White
2:18:13
House Press Secretary, nice schools
2:18:16
and ready to go. And we look at the quality of the school.
2:18:21
Unbelievable. These are all people I would say at this
2:18:26
point. I think anyone that's on that list or any alumni of the
2:18:30
schools I really can't be
2:18:31
trusted is read in one way or the other is probably common.
2:18:34
Well,
2:18:34
they're ready and me they may or may not be trusted by the
2:18:37
intelligence community. And
2:18:39
college is a great place to get some video of little Hanky Panky
2:18:45
little experimentation.
2:18:48
I'm reminded of the story I told on the show before, which is
2:18:52
Gina Smith. Das Das, one of the editors of PC computing. She's
2:18:58
been around she's done a lot of work. And Gina once told me that
2:19:03
the CIA recruited her when she was in college. And I think that
2:19:08
this never happened to me. I should have mentioned they
2:19:11
recruited her to be a just a stringer for them. In other
2:19:16
words, she would get a job as a journalist, wherever she went
2:19:21
and just report in once in a while and they'd ask her some
2:19:24
questions and maybe they'd have her put his story in there that
2:19:27
they wanted to get played.
2:19:29
How does that recruiting meeting go?
2:19:33
I would like to know that because somebody must have been
2:19:35
recruited that can maybe explain the details of Gina apparently.
2:19:39
But yeah, well, I don't know where she is. And as she never
2:19:41
came into the detail, she just waved. She was the gas she
2:19:44
thought it was because she was like, you know, she should know
2:19:47
is what she said. But she said she didn't mind telling
2:19:52
everybody within earshot that it happened
2:19:54
and once she told you she disappeared.
2:19:58
No she didn't. Okay. But she's living in Hong Kong or something
2:20:04
now so the unit maybe they can maybe they came back for more
2:20:08
you know it's always possibly asked twice. Alright hurt so you
2:20:12
have a wrap for this. That's my wrap. Is that you dead John
2:20:16
Claude Van Damme? What's her name? One of these people you're
2:20:21
probably a
2:20:21
spook Kareem Abdul Xian Pierre Van Damme is her phone. Yeah.
2:20:26
Yeah. Well, that's yeah. Well, if you remember the spooky
2:20:29
recruitment video, I have anxiety. I'm bipoc. I'm in the
2:20:36
CIA. I love my job. Remember that? Yeah. Remember the great
2:20:39
picture they had on the front guy in a wheelchair with a blind
2:20:42
person with a stick and a dog?
2:20:45
Yeah, it was. It was on yours. Beautiful job, boys.
2:20:48
It was all stock photography. Well, kind of along those lines.
2:20:54
I mean, we have from time and we're pretty convinced that you
2:20:57
know, there are definitely some intelligence agency people
2:21:00
monitoring, listening, maybe even reaching out to us from
2:21:03
time to time, maybe
2:21:04
donating once in a while, which would be great to keep those are
2:21:08
the only ones who do this sort of
2:21:10
work. You really could do a war and we give you promised when
2:21:12
you're good. And you must find our analysis hilarious when
2:21:15
we're wrong. It's worse,
2:21:17
which is probably pretty rare. Yeah. Come now that I get a big
2:21:21
laugh from someone
2:21:22
like you, you can use that credit card for hookers, you can
2:21:26
certainly donate to the no agenda show. And I know that we
2:21:30
have been warned by people I would suspect might be involved
2:21:34
intelligence about the following three clips from Douglas
2:21:37
McGregor because we have heard in some and I'm not not accusing
2:21:41
anybody of anything, but I've heard in some uncertain terms.
2:21:43
Well, McGregor, you know, is on the way out, I can't be trusted.
2:21:46
He's gonna they're gonna blow the lid on him.
2:21:50
Well, I've also told Mike McGregor story, which was I was
2:21:52
stiffed by him when he just wanted to talk to him. It was
2:21:58
see if I can get him to do a podcast or
2:22:00
Gregor Douglas. Not Mike.
2:22:03
Isn't a Douglas McGregor, the ex Colonel or whatever it is.
2:22:07
And you said Mike McGregor.
2:22:10
I said Mike McGregor. You did? Who's Mike McGregor.
2:22:13
That's exactly what I asked you. Okay. So he stiffed you. He
2:22:18
didn't stiff on this, this particular interview.
2:22:21
And he's gone. Dog Dog podcast. Yes. somebody's telling him what
2:22:28
to do. And we're cut off. That's the way I see it. There you go.
2:22:32
I don't trust this guy. As far as I can throw him.
2:22:36
Oh, I thought we were gonna trust him. I thought, Wow. No,
2:22:42
all right. Oh, well, he has
2:22:44
priors. So you can trust them? I'm not going to trust him. I
2:22:47
think we've reversed positions on a number of people.
2:22:49
I'm not going to trust anybody. I don't trust you. But let's
2:22:54
reason. He has some predictions on the Ukraine Russian war,
2:23:00
which I thought was interesting. And it is, it's still kind of
2:23:02
news.
2:23:03
Absolutely right, that back in January and February, we were
2:23:07
dealing with a different Russia. And Russia was never the
2:23:11
aggressive and dangerous power aimed at destroying NATO, by no
2:23:16
means under any circumstances. And their military was enough
2:23:21
for the defense of Russia. And that was about it. That's
2:23:25
changed. And we have affected that change. I would also point
2:23:30
out that Russia has a martial history and a very rich military
2:23:34
culture. And they have enormous industries that are now
2:23:38
completely revved up to the maximum extent possible to
2:23:42
produce not only weapons and munitions, but also to support a
2:23:46
much larger military establishment. And that's what
2:23:48
we're seeing emerge right now. This 300,000 Man, reserve
2:23:53
mobilization is largely complete, and most of them have
2:23:57
been integrated into formations and units that are forming up
2:24:01
for this future offensive. But in many areas, this mobilization
2:24:06
quietly continues, with the result that you could see a much
2:24:09
larger force in January and February than 700,000. And I've
2:24:13
tried to point that out to people.
2:24:14
Yeah. 100,000. So that would be an offensive in January,
2:24:21
February 700,000 Troops, which is not a little bit, and I don't
2:24:26
think NATO is prepared for it, nor does and McGregor,
2:24:29
Russia has all it it needs in terms of high end conventional
2:24:32
military power to deal with us if we try to intervene, as well
2:24:37
as with Ukrainians. They don't need nuclear weapons to deal
2:24:40
with us. The second part is that our forces on the ground in
2:24:44
Europe are very small. We have 100,000 troops in Europe, that
2:24:49
comes to maybe 25 30,000 combat troops. That's not very much of
2:24:55
the Polish military, which was larger and more robust a couple
2:24:59
of decades ago. has actually gotten smaller. And it has very
2:25:03
little armor. And what it has is this very large heavy armor that
2:25:06
we utilize, which means that he can't use any of the bridges in
2:25:10
Ukraine that it may have to cross. The Romanian military is
2:25:14
not in great shape. And the Romanians are not a martial
2:25:17
people and have no great history of military power. So you're
2:25:20
looking at a multinational force that may appear to be robust on
2:25:25
paper, but really isn't.
2:25:27
As I have one more clip, I'm realizing that your hatred of
2:25:31
McGregor may come from now it may be right actually, he may be
2:25:37
just out there shilling for the military industrial complex.
2:25:40
That's all that I can conclude from this is we're not ready. We
2:25:43
don't have any people, you know, maybe we need money. And let's
2:25:47
listen to the last clip
2:25:47
that then takes you into our airpower and the airpower that
2:25:51
we have is substantial, but it's a shadow of what it was 30 years
2:25:54
ago, 30 years ago, we had 1000s of fighters today, we'd be lucky
2:25:58
to get 567 100 into the air over Ukraine. And in contrast, and
2:26:03
9090 91, thanks to precision guided microcircuitry that goes
2:26:09
into all of the missiles. And thanks to the microcircuitry
2:26:12
that allows computers and various radar arrays to compute
2:26:17
solutions in fractions of a second, we're likely to lose a
2:26:21
lot of that aircraft. So we are not, at least in reality, quite
2:26:27
what Lyle thinks we are. In fact, I would argue that we are
2:26:30
a shadow of our former selves militarily. So I'm I'm much more
2:26:34
concerned about the possibility that we go in, and we end up
2:26:38
taking losses and that we are the ones that then fall back on
2:26:42
the nuclear weapon. I don't think the Russians have any need
2:26:44
for it. And if you look at the strikes that have been going on
2:26:47
over the last few weeks, it's very impressive. Yeah, I mean,
2:26:51
obviously, the Russians have the satellite based reconnaissance,
2:26:55
surveillance, intelligence assets and collection assets
2:26:59
that we do. And in addition to that, they have the means to put
2:27:03
our satellite arrays out of business.
2:27:06
Now, I don't know. That mean, doesn't sound very good.
2:27:11
Yo, we need to spend more money, but we're already spending more
2:27:14
than everybody in the world combined. But we need to spend
2:27:16
more because we're weak,
2:27:17
we're weak. And this is what's so interesting because Deutsche
2:27:21
Wella of all, reports that Ukraine actually is kind of
2:27:26
ready for some peace talks. While this is going on.
2:27:30
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky says it's vital to keep
2:27:32
pushing Russia to participate in what he calls genuine peace
2:27:36
talks earlier and advisor to Solinsky said Ukraine was ready
2:27:40
for talks with a Russian leader but not Vladimir Putin. US media
2:27:44
have also reported that the Biden administration has been
2:27:47
encouraging Ukraine to signal openness to talks. The Kremlin
2:27:51
has said it's open to negotiations. This comes as
2:27:54
Ukraine welcomes the arrival of new air defense systems supplied
2:27:58
by Norway, Spain and the US.
2:28:01
So that's kind of clear. We want to listen, listen, we want to
2:28:06
negotiate we want we want to negotiate peace, but not with
2:28:09
Putin. What what is that?
2:28:14
And it's just it's stupid. Yeah. So let's listen to Ukraine that
2:28:17
day. Here's the Ukrainian dis retreat. This is a big powwow
2:28:22
conflagration of Russians ran back across the bridge and blew
2:28:25
the bridge up. And this is the update the current situation
2:28:30
Ukraine retreat, update this from France 24. So I could get
2:28:34
some of the political aspects out of it.
2:28:37
Well, there's news just in which is the Russian defense minister
2:28:40
Sergei Shoigu, has apparently ordered Russian forces to leave
2:28:45
the Western Northwestern bank of the Dnieper River in her son
2:28:50
region. That means leaving her son city itself. So that's a
2:28:53
huge announcement, if true. The Ukrainian reaction to the
2:28:57
announcement from Sergey Chu showing you of this withdrawal,
2:29:00
although so far, has been cautious, and Italia, whom a
2:29:02
nuclear spokeswoman for the armed forces of Ukraine in the
2:29:05
south told me, the Russians always lie. We don't like the
2:29:09
way that they're using the statements of theirs to pollute
2:29:12
the information space. That was the expression she used. We
2:29:16
don't regard their statements as being worth anything, we have to
2:29:20
only observe what they actually do. And as for what the
2:29:23
Ukrainian forces are actually doing, she said, we are still
2:29:26
trying to maintain an informational silence about the
2:29:29
progress of the operation. But these explosions of bridges in
2:29:33
her son region, it's not only the biggest one in her son's
2:29:36
city, several other bridges across smaller rivers and canals
2:29:40
were blown up today. And that very much suggests that that was
2:29:43
the Russians deciding they don't need those bridges anymore, and
2:29:46
want to make life difficult for the Ukrainians. Hmm
2:29:52
And that's about it. Yeah, yeah,
2:29:54
there isn't much else other than I can't believe I cannot believe
2:29:58
the Zelinsky This guy's Can you believe that he was the owner
2:30:03
when the only winner of Powerball I flubbed it to bed.
2:30:10
Now, I think that something is a change is coming. I'm with you
2:30:15
kind of thing. McGregor is full of crap other than those raise
2:30:18
some money and you know, maybe he's been completely sidelined.
2:30:21
He's not allowed to ask for a week. I have a heart. I mean,
2:30:26
maybe I mean, there's there's enough Nazi crap going on in
2:30:29
Ukraine that Putin just might decide to do a big, you know,
2:30:33
they can surround everything, have it be over in a matter of
2:30:36
days, but it'd be pretty ugly. Then I think the PCE is, is the
2:30:41
way to go, obviously. And, and I think there's a pivot coming,
2:30:44
because even the new Prime Minister of the UK, dishy Rishi,
2:30:49
he's already pivoting from Putin. It's a potent pivot.
2:30:52
But it is also economically right to climate security goes
2:30:56
hand in hand with energy security, pollutants and foreign
2:31:00
war in Ukraine. And rising energy prices across the world
2:31:04
are not a reason to go slow on climate change. They are a
2:31:09
reason to act faster. Because diversifying our energy
2:31:14
supplies, by investing in renewables is precisely the way
2:31:19
to insure ourselves against the risks of energy dependency.
2:31:24
So he's already moving on to climate change. And that makes
2:31:27
sense because he was presenting this speech at COP 27. In Egypt.
2:31:35
It's the big climate change get together, everybody goes and </