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November 17th • 3h 9m

1504: Value Chain

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Go back to printing money.
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Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak is Thursday, November 17 2022. This
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is your award winning keep our nation media assassination
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episode 1500 fours is no agenda. tooting fediverse and
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broadcasting live from the heart of the country here in FEMA
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Region number six. Good morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry,
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and from Northern Silicon Valley, where everybody's
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talking about FTX or, or they're not on Jhansi Dvorak scale
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that was sloppy on all sides. Sloppy on all sides. So my voice
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man is like it might have happened last show. My voice is
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kind of crapping out. I'm not quite sure what it was
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exactly the way it's always sound. You'll hear well, except
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for the constant coughing
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that's ever since COVID.
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Yeah, probably is. will linger for about a year or more. Hey,
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we're having a cough once it lasted. Probably four or five
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months,
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I remember this. We were all very concerned because it wasn't
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just like a phlegm cough that I have. It wasn't like you could
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hear your lungs vibrating. But yeah, I do. We're very concerned
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about you. We had meetings, have meetings or
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meetings. Or having meetings, you know, we're talking about I
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guess I'm FTX clips I'd like to cuz I know. You brought it up
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people do and there's all this thing about the Ukraine
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involvement, the Democrats getting all the money and all
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the rest of it. But, and there's a but there's other things and a
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couple of things are the celebrities who got involved.
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Were getting sued. I love it. We've talked about them and we
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both made the conclusion. Well, you know, these guys just they
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did all these endorsements. They probably just got paid and FTT
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or some coin combo combo. So they really didn't although some
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of them did invest. But most of them probably didn't invest. It
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just took to you know, get some free stuff course. Yes.
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According to this big story in today's Hollywood Reporter.
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These celebrities are all getting sued by investors.
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The implosion of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX one
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of the most powerful figures in the industry has left investors
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grappling with the aftershocks. How much
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of this is effectively an empty you know product.
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FTX is CEO Sam Venkman freed is facing multiple investigations
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after reports that he mishandled billions of dollars in customer
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funds, causing the 30 year old to see his own $16 billion
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fortune erased overnight. Now the stunning collapse
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reverberating across the trillion dollar industry winneth
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Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon Kim Kardashian and Matt Damon among
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the celebrities who have endorsed the crypto craze
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for simple words that have been whispered by the intrepid since
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the time of the Romans. Fortune favors the brave.
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So does fortune favors the brave for those that invested $1,000
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in crypto.com when after Matt Damon started touting it just
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over a year ago, that investment is now worth less than $300.
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Today dropping almost 70% Bloomberg reporting that
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billionaire Mark Cuban's investment in the Titan token
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tumbled 99% This August Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom
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Brady bought an equity stake in the now failed FTX you know what
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I mean? Along with Brady Tennis Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka
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basketball star Steph Curry and Baseball Hall of Famer David
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Ortiz among top athletes who will reportedly lose millions
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with the collapse of FTX. We'll move slow down, you're getting
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into crypto, we FTX. But no franchise took a bigger hit than
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the Miami Heat basketball team who terminated their 19 year
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$135 million naming rights deal with FTX leaving them scrambling
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for a new sponsorship partner one month into the season.
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That's interesting. I have a report a little shorter, but it
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has different celebrities, which I think is just interesting.
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Where's this? From? What? What outfit?
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I believe that was from NTD.
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This is ABC. So let's see if if we can find that. Yes, they're
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gonna probably slant the celebrities. But I do want to
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mention that one thing that wasn't in that report, and it's
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just going around now, which is the fact that these same
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celebrities are getting sued by investors for doing those ads
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because it was misleading. There was suckering them. That's my
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clip
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this morning. I'm writing there. Listen, he is among the a list
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celebrities being sued for promoting the failed crypto
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company FTX. You know what, man, last year Brady and his then
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wife Giselle Bundchen, appeared in this ad for the crypto
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Exchange, which filed for bankruptcy last week after at
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one point being valued at $30 billion. And Brady isn't the
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only big name at the center of the new class action lawsuit
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accusing FTX as founder and its brand ambassadors have
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deceptively targeting unsophisticated investors and
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what the lawsuit describes as a Ponzi scheme. This is Steph
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Curry. Cryptocurrency not Steph Curry, Shaquille O'Neal and
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Naomi Osaka are also named as defendants a lawsuit to recover
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part of the $11 billion that lawyers claim was lost by
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consumers. One other celebrity included in the lawsuit. It's
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FTX. It's a safe and easy way to get into crypto.
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And I'm never wrong about this stuff.
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Never. Comedian Larry David who appeared in a Superbowl ad for
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FTX jokingly warning people not to use the platform. The big
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names aren't the first to be sued for advertising crypto.
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Just last month, Kim Kardashian settled with the SEC for more
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than a million dollars after she promoted a cryptocurrency
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without revealing that she had been paid a quarter of a million
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dollars to do so.
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And just want to point out that, you know, this is all basically
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altcoin shit coins call, you would call them whatever you
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want. ICOs, although just by a different name, called an
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exchange token is still an Ico initial coin offering. And this
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was a problem 567 years ago, and an all kinds of Snoop Dogg. Lots
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of people got in trouble for endorsing this crap. So I mean,
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who is advising these people? I do have some thoughts on that.
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But
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they do have agents. Yeah. And they have to go through the
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agent is yeah, of course liable. No, there's one little
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interesting tidbit in there, which is the Larry David one.
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He might not get sued, because he said, No, no, no, I was
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telling the truth.
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That's what I'm thinking. Is that he goes I don't know about
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these things is some negative commentary. I don't know why
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they use this add me or even invented the I guess it's
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because I didn't know I was just creativity, I guess. But I
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wonder if you could sue him because he's like, Hey, here's
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my exact words. Maybe other guys are gonna get sued, and it's
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gonna be, it's gonna be a nightmare for him.
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Now, we'll see. Maybe that'll get fixed up somehow. I don't
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know. I have a couple other things linger.
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I know people that get involved in these sorts of things. They
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linger. There you in and out at core. It's a nightmare.
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I have a few things to discuss. I wasn't going to do this now.
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I'm glad you brought it up. I got a couple of things to do you
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have any more any more clips?
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I have one more. I don't think it's about this leverage.
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There's just a FTX Oh, this is FTX oz. Australia. Oh, this is a
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good one. Yeah, this is what happened in Australia to the
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investors they don't have any recourse
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and the fallout from FTX is hitting Australia as well. 1000s
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of crypto investors there have found themselves in a precarious
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situation. They now face the risk of losing their entire
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investment following the collapse of the crypto exchange,
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investors, crypto markets and regulators were all caught off
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guard in a dramatic series of events that triggered a massive
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bank run and withdrawal. This caused FTX to collapse due to a
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lack of liquidity. The company's bankruptcy proceedings cover FTX
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us but do not include this subsidiary FTX Australia
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it's all going down everything is going to melt there's a lot
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more to come. It's going to be super fun to watch. And there's
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just a lot of information this Oh yeah. Oh, no, I love this.
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This is what any toxic Bitcoin maximalist loves to see this.
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I'll be honest about that. But the Sam Sam Backman fried
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character, key has said a lot. And he's in a lot of interviews,
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just going all out. And they had so much sorry, they had their
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own therapist who worked there and lived in the Bahamas and
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would make sure that they had talking sessions and of course,
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he also prescribed medication when necessary, but it was it
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was really nobody almost, I mean, you know, so there's a
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bunch of jacked up 25 to 35 year olds, living in a $40 million
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penthouse, and these very sophisticated investors. I mean,
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Sequoia Capital, I went through the wringer with Sequoia to get,
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you know, like $8 million out of them by but still hurts. It's
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not that easy. So, you know, just to be calling people out,
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there's some either you've got some magic Mojo, you've got
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some, some force behind you, or maybe something else is going on
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here. Just one example of one of these where he just talks and
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talks and kind of covers the Ukraine base, although not
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inconclusive, but it's fun to listen to. I think this think is
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CNBC. And this is before the collapse. And also the news
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model is just oh god over the guy but last
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time we talked But you were talking about philanthropy. And
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I know you set up working with the Ukrainian government ways to
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use crypto to raise money for the government. I just wanted to
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ask you quickly, because obviously, they've also changed
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the rules, concerns about sort of spillover effects and
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substitution away from their current Yeah. How much money did
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you raise? And what do you think about this as a tool for the
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governments but also the risks associated with it, too?
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Yeah, absolutely. And I think that they get to the point that
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this can be a great thing for the world, I think it can also
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be a really messy thing. But I think that that at its core,
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we've seen millions of dollars go through, you know, the
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systems we've given and having something close to a million
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ourselves as well, I
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just just, you gotta just listen to the little bits and pieces
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that the shards that fly around? Well, there's been millions
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through our system with Ukraine, and while we've thrown in a
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million, it's just millions running through it.
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Absolutely. And I think that they get to the point that this
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can be a great thing for the world, I think it can also be a
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really messy thing. But I think that that at its core, you know,
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we've we've seen millions of dollars go through the systems,
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we've given, I think, something close to a million ourselves as
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well, to support, you know, humanitarian aid and growth in
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Ukraine. And I, you know, I think when you think about what
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it would take to get by, you know, to get funds, both to the
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government there where we do have a relationship with the
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Ukrainian government, for raising capital, on
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cryptocurrencies that that run,
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so if they were fundraising for them, some of the, what he said,
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Now, their fundraising, this is so wrong,
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the government there where we do have a relationship with the
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Ukrainian government, for raising capital for them using
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cryptocurrencies that that run through FTX you know, whether
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it's getting money to the government, or whether it's
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getting money to individuals that are in need, you know,
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they're literally tanks outside of the banks. And, and this gets
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to, I think, one of the, you know, places where it can be
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really important to have a fully digital banking system and, you
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know, fully digital way of handling payments. I think
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that's, you know, an international one that's the
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core of
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solving problems that have been solved already been
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helping to support in Ukraine
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news model
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it's a healthy conversation to be having away from some of the
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noise of digital assets and cryptocurrencies yourself that
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the work goes on beneath Sam great to chat to you come back
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soon please. Because I have a million more questions for you
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but as always thank you thank you, this
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guy has also had DSS quality. I've seen this before, where
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people throw in weird shit during the conversation like
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what is the point of the commenters tanks outside of
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banks? What does that got to do with anything?
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Slogan ism.
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There's an in there throughout. But it's not their little
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rhymes. Yeah, little duties throughout the piece throughout
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the conversation that have nothing to do, we're only seeing
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their fillers, why don't we or I've seen guys talk like this
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before. It's a very strange
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verse of MK Ultra trying to program the audience give you a
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little things to think about to hold on to.
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I think I think that's exactly it. To be honest. I don't know
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that he's doing that on purpose, or it's just a style. But it's a
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style I've seen before and it's always been annoying to me
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because it's you know, I'm always looking for do believe,
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and things like that. So this kind of thing is I what,
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I'm going to finish this up in a minute. But I need to say one
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thing, please do not ask me to come on your podcast and explain
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the FTX situation. It's tedious. It's I don't want to even be
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associated with what happened there. The whole thing and on
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here's the one I really despise. And this this this crops up for
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me and I think it's gotten worse people will ask or post. But
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I've even had I think was Tom woods. Who asked me this.
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Explain it to me like I'm a five year old. I really despise that.
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Five Year Old Do you ever talk to a five year old?
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Who will? My answer is you understand when you grow up?
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That's that's how you explain it to
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you talk to a five year old you nailed it.
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Yeah. And as you know, it's e l i Five that's you know, even has
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a little acronym now. Explain it like I'm five. And people are
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this. It's all over Twitter. Especially with this one. Yeah.
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And explaining like I'm fine. No. Go away. Where's your
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mother? But there is some interesting use
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a napkin Good one
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that's that's the one right there explain it to me like I'm
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five using very good now, but I will say this I totally
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unnecessarily use all those words is like I do believe I
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will say this I do believe I will say this. All of this is
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connected all of these exchanges binance Yes, I think even
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Coinbase is going to have some weird exposure even though
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they're you know, publicly listed company. And by the way,
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I used to purchase my bitcoin through them. I now go through
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one of the like river financials just a pure Delta. That's all
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they do. They don't do anything else. It's all connected. I
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think it's all going to melt it is in meltdown. And one of the
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few times I'll agree with the Doomsayer, Dr. Doom Nouriel
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Roubini he's the black swan guy isn't he wrote the blacks, the
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key predicted the black swan event that I know of? Yeah,
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isn't that? Yeah. Roubini? Yes.
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We'll keep talking and I'll look it up at Ruby Are you are Oh,
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you bi and now I'm just gonna look at Black Swan. And I'll see
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who wrote it.
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So there's all these different conferences, we have the G 20.
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Or if you're Indonesian, the B 20. I guess they had to do their
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own signage called the Bali 20. And you have the global
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financial conferences, all this stuff going on as we speak. And
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Roubini was at the crypto session, and he started off with
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giving us the seven C's of crypto,
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what are the seven C's of crypto, concealing corrupt
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crooks, criminals, con men, carnival markers. And finally,
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CZ, was just on the stage right now. I was supposed to debate
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him a year ago here in the last moment, he decided to escape. He
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didn't want to be on the same stage as me. Guess what, two
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years before I debated arteries, CEO of bit max. And a week later
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he was indicted and ended up in jail. Because I wrote there was
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a crook at your seat was supposed to be here, just today.
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Kevin O'Leary was a paid hack for FTX good reasons how but
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CNBC is gonna get rid of him. Unfortunately, this ecosystem is
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totally corrupt. Unfortunately, it is. And I think the lesson of
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the last few weeks is these people should be out of here. I
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can't believe that CZ and Behance as a license to operate
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in the UAE is banned in the UK is under investigation by the US
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Justice Department for money laundering $8 billion money from
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Iran. And he's here on the stage and he has residents in this
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country that regulators should be thinking carefully. That's a
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walking time bomb.
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I think I was wrong. Nouriel did not write
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that Black Swan does seem to leap.
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Different Arab name.
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That is Indian. Yeah. With Arab
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cares. Anyway. But he's right. The all of this stuff is a
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ticking time bomb, and it's all going to come melting down
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either quickly or in different ways. And we had another some
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other thing is failing, as
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you said yourself, that you saw evidence of these exact same
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cycle of, you know, boom bust with these other companies up to
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five or six years ago. Yes. I don't think it's going to
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happen. It was just this. It's a slow drip.
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Well, right now, it's all connected, and everything is
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super leveraged. But let's just go back to what Roubini is
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saying. He's like, he's basically saying how is it
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possible that people are allowing this to take place?
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Where are the regulators and, you know,
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I, hey, the regulators are going after Martha Stewart.
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It's a data joke, but I still like it. We need a new one. And
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I'm just kind of thinking I'm like, you know, this is because
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it's all like this is how all of Wall Street operates. It's all
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bull crap. It's all corrupt. It's all phantom stock and
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leveraged and you know, but of course there's bailouts and
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there's, you know, too big to fail. And there's parking
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emergency brakes on on things that start to crash and there's
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halts and but it's all just like this. That's why no one bats an
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eye. Like oh, it's cool. These kids gotta go on the same shit
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over here. Hey, it's a new Wall Street beautiful. We can run
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this. And then I heard this guy. Darren Beattie on Banyan show.
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And it fits completely with an extension of what I just said.
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But really, I'd say what you can say about it is this. There's
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some comparisons of FTX that Theranos, the famous Andele
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whereby some scam woman pretended to be a nerd and
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basically swindled a bunch of, you know, old dumb former
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government revolving door figures, including ad Dog
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Mattis, who crawled away from his litter box for two seconds
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to get swindled by a young woman. But actually, the right
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comparison here is not their nose is actually some something
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called BCCI, which is a bank that was set up in the 70s. It
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was full of scams. Everyone was scamming it, the depositors were
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scammed. But it wasn't touched for quite some time. And the
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reason it wasn't touched is that part of the people taking
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advantage of the scam thing for the intelligence agencies
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themselves. And in fact, the CIA use the BCCI bank to conduct
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various money laundering operations, it was instrumental
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in the Iran Contra affair and other things. And so the BCCI
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model, I think, is the appropriate sort of heuristic,
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the antecedent, if you will, within which we can understand
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not only FTX, but certain other crypto scams that might even
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have more dire consequences for the crypto community and perhaps
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the economy at large. And so the BCCI bank got
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a big you've got makes total sense to me. What a great way to
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do your business and to grow it. They were in a growth market.
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I don't know what you mean by it makes sense that BCCI is the
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analog, the intelligence services using
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your st the intelligence cert? Well, they were the Ukrainian
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Yeah. In Play? Yes.
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And God knows what else. I mean, all right.
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englisher, didn't come to their rescue.
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Now. Or maybe it was, maybe it was tripped on purpose. I don't
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know.
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Maybe it was tripped on purpose. And the whole idea was doing. It
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sure. Got a lot of people. The big names not, you know, besides
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the small investment,
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there's there's a lot of benefit here. There's no benefit to
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discrediting Bitcoin as a benefit to discrediting lots of
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stuff. There's there's all kinds of benefits in this. We'll see
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where it we'll see where it lands. In the meantime, it also
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benefits I guess, the the things that 1212 banks and quarter
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including the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, who are
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starting a three month Central Bank, digital currency trial.
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Wow. I can't believe that's happening.
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Die No, you don't you don't think you don't think it'll ever
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happen?
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I don't. I don't Well, I don't think this I don't take our
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public is ready for it or wants it?
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No, I agree with that. But the banking system might need it.
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Let me let me
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making system would like it for sure. I mean, it's great. That's
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a fabulous idea.
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Let me go to the G 20. For a moment, a big gala opening the
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second speaker on the list for all the leaves of the G 20. Or B
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20. If you and your belly. Who could that be? Who could we
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bring in from the elites to sell something to the good people of
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the G 20? None other than Her Royal Highness Queen Mugsy. Ma
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isn't gentleman.
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It is a pleasure to join with you virtually and to support
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Indonesia's B 20 presidency. I thank you for this opportunity
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to put financial inclusion at the heart of our discussions.
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Oh, there it is. You mean, oh, people aren't ready for it. But
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we need to put it at the heart of our discussions, people.
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These
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are difficult times for people everywhere. Yes, we're all
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seeking new ways to tackle the challenges before us. From COVID
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to conflicts, to inflation,
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to climate change, by the way edited the crap out of this,
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because the finance offers new opportunities to build
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resilience, weather shocks, and invest in a more prosperous
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future.
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Okay. Now, what does that mean? And there's a reason that I'm
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going to play this clip because she says certain things in here
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that triggered me to think about something that's going on in the
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world that might be related. So we know that she's the High
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Priestess of central bank, digital currency. She has an
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actual title, and she's here to sell something
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in my work as the UN Secretary General special advocate.
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This is the Angelina Jolie lead position.
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I have seen the remarkable difference that inclusive
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digital infrastructure, in concert with digital financial
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services make for people as more businesses. We also need
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continued commitment to put in place a digital financial
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infrastructure that is inclusive, safe and equitable.
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Okay, so we need a new financial infrastructure. The old one does
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not work well. And I would like to point out, I met this I met
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this woman I met the Queen I chatted with her had a nice chat
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with her. She hair flipped me, I need to remind everyone of that
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my wife never forgets. And although man bad hair, Pat hair,
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she was more interested in talking about Ivanka Trump. She
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didn't say, Gee, Adam, you know, what do you think about
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financial inclusion around the world? Would you respect it some
25:53
bull crap cocktail thing? Wouldn't you know? So this is
25:57
all scripted.
25:59
greater connectivity and digital IDs, national services for
26:04
millions previously left behind fair competition, and
26:08
interoperable payment systems have markets work better for
26:12
even the smallest scale customers? India offers a good
26:16
example with the India stack, which combines ID cards.
26:20
Now, when she said this. What did that trigger for you? This
26:24
was this year
26:25
India offers a good example with the India stack. The India
26:29
stack,
26:31
which you said says India stack? That's right. Yes.
26:34
And it comes back later. The India stack. She's talking about
26:37
a technology stack. Now we were just talking about the
26:39
technology. Yeah, Elon, yes. India offers a good example.
26:43
With that coincidence, we hear the word stack.
26:46
Well, you know me. Yeah, no. That's not a coincidence.
26:52
I mean, especially from the Queen of the Netherlands,
26:54
India offers a good example with the India stack. Which combined?
26:58
Yeah,
26:59
they would. She I didn't understand that when she said
27:03
the first time I say, India attack. But, but no, it's not a
27:09
word that she should be using. There's not a word anyone uses.
27:13
Why is it suddenly in play? Because we're
27:15
at the implementation stage. We're ready to bring in the new
27:20
stack. Yeah, that's what you on good
27:22
for? Yeah. Well, they should bring in a new stack. Yes,
27:25
yes. But the stack. Listen, India offers
27:27
a good example with the engine stack, which combines ID cards,
27:32
a payment interface, and account aggregators, to an easily
27:36
accessible platform.
27:38
Okay, so digital ID payment aggregators, okay,
27:41
public private collaboration is key for innovation at scale,
27:45
public private, who is good at public private deals, who knows
27:50
how to get the government to pay for his businesses,
27:54
private private partnerships, that provide services across
27:58
entire value chains, is also crucial.
28:02
Chain value chain, why is she using the word value chain? What
28:06
is she a Silicon Valley geek? Hey, man, she's a hip question
28:11
of value proposition. Where's that? Is that gonna be in there
28:14
too?
28:14
I wish you would say, the total addressable market. If she did
28:18
that, than I would put myself or even better the TAM of the
28:22
stack.
28:23
Suddenly, these SMEs leap forward and connect to larger
28:27
markets beyond the brick and mortar presence. Critical here
28:31
is the transparency in the collection sharing and usage of
28:35
customers and SMS data.
28:37
Yeah, yes, critical is the sharing of the data, who has
28:41
data who collects data that maybe will be less interesting
28:45
for advertisers? Let's push them off anyway.
28:49
Most customers granted consent without reading the terms and
28:52
conditions, which often long and hard to comprehend. Individuals
28:57
and businesses often do not know the value of the data they
29:00
create. And even if they do
29:03
what they learned second, how does she transition from
29:07
dreaming up this, this system to everyone being a customer now
29:11
new, we're not citizens? What do you mean? How did she get to
29:15
customer out of the blue?
29:17
She went from public to private from private to private. A
29:22
public private partnership and then she said and private
29:24
private partnerships are also important value chain Hello,
29:27
this is why we're here we're reading the value chain. And
29:30
what she's saying now is, but your data is a valuable part of
29:34
the value chain. That's why we're gonna have Elon look after
29:38
it.
29:38
Individuals and businesses often do not know the value of the
29:42
data they create. And even if they do, they find it difficult
29:47
to assert the rights or benefit from the value in the form of
29:50
better products or lower costs. This is urgent as platform based
29:56
businesses.
29:57
Listen. She gives a recent for the urgent See,
30:00
this is urgent, as platform based businesses increasingly
30:04
explore using customers data footprints to embed financial
30:08
services in social media covers and entertainment platforms. Now
30:12
stay with
30:13
me. Oh, Ilan. Oh, yeah, it's crucial because we're embedding
30:17
financial services into social networks, who's doing that?
30:21
During today's summits, you'll be able to discuss all these
30:24
important issues. So let us ask, How can we finance design and
30:31
govern this digital stack infrastructure,
30:34
digital infrastructure way?
30:36
DSI, tada, we empower individuals and SMEs with their
30:40
own data. And how can public private and private private
30:45
collaborations further take advantage of these digital
30:49
transformation possibilities to provide services to the
30:52
vulnerable as well as enable them to benefit from the digital
30:56
economy?
30:57
All I hear say is to take advantage of the vulnerable
30:59
somehow my brain doesn't
31:00
require action from all stakeholders, stakeholders,
31:03
actually, the many leaders from the business policy and
31:07
financial sectors here today from Indonesia.
31:11
So it's so obvious to me, I can't help myself.
31:16
It's a this is an attack on the homeless. Oh. This is an attack
31:25
on the cruel attack on the homeless do explain to explain
31:28
how it's an attempt at a digital economy. The homeless can't ask
31:31
you for $1 They can't get any money. In fact, in Berkeley,
31:34
it's illegal
31:35
now, but they're gonna have a QR code on their on their on their
31:38
jacket. They're not
31:39
going to have any QR code on their jacket. This is just
31:42
because there's no way they're gonna jack is gonna get stolen
31:45
from him. From what for one thing, but let's let's
31:49
Berkeley's had to deal with this because of the complaining
31:53
citizenry there, which is that a number of
31:56
I just have to stop you. The QR code if someone steals a QR code
32:00
doesn't match, you don't put the jacket on and the mathematic
32:04
QR code you won't have a chat you won't have nothing. They'll
32:06
tattoo it onto people. Well, that's a possibility that some
32:09
people won't want to tattoo. Okay? But tattooing is one way
32:15
of doing it just a number a number on the arm a good long
32:18
number would work lightning ID Yeah, you know that's you know,
32:21
you've seen this this is an attack on the this is an attack
32:26
on the entire world this is a very bad idea. Now Berkeley has
32:31
a law that does not allow any any operation it started with
32:37
one one store to be no cash. You have to accept cash because the
32:44
homeless don't have credit cards or the somebody a lot of people
32:48
don't have credit cards they don't have they won't get any of
32:50
this they're going to be this is an attempt to for mass murder
32:53
the way I see it.
32:54
Yes, but it doesn't stop with the homeless. I think you're
32:56
completely right. He doesn't stop No, no,
32:59
no, no. See, everybody will get killed. Yes, but Hello. But of
33:03
course don't be this idea of population control doesn't you
33:09
know doesn't work with me because he has 7 billion people
33:13
now we have 8 billion people
33:16
who mentioned population control you
33:18
are gonna it was I saw it coming down to Oh shit. No, it was
33:22
always bringing up population control.
33:24
You better be careful with your accusations. I never blink i
33:28
This is not about this is about enslavement. I understood that I
33:31
did understand exactly what this is. Because what are we what is
33:35
Ford going to do with 40% Less people that it takes to make
33:40
these automobiles? We gotta get put a QR code on him. That
33:46
everyone's they're all going to be homeless.
33:50
Well, I liked the idea for the for a science fiction story.
33:53
There was a QR code on him of all things because the QR code
33:56
was a failure. You know, this was an early failure and it
33:59
caught on late Yes, thanks to COVID No, it was QR codes were
34:05
in place long before COVID No,
34:07
they were in play but they had fallen out of favor they were
34:10
you're not going to tell me you don't think they were revived
34:13
thanks to COVID the whole world started using them thanks to the
34:17
COVID passports that was QR heaven. Menus all of a sudden
34:22
all of that came back with COVID
34:25
I don't think it really went that far away. I think QR codes
34:29
were dead in the water in 2019 they were not showing you much
34:33
televisions and my television is Lord corner. Okay, let's watch
34:37
it. Here's your watch enough home shopping network. That's
34:40
your problem. Here's
34:41
the comparison. Nevermind, I'm just talking to a brick wall.
34:46
You are Yes.
34:47
Why am I why do I even bother? I'm a brick wall. brick wall.
34:52
But your thank you for making my case. For me. That's exactly the
34:55
problem with the central bank digital currency which will be
34:57
integrated into Twitter and that's why Elon doesn't care. He
35:01
doesn't care, Yammer, Yammer, Yammer, he doesn't care. It's
35:04
all lined up. It's good to go. Maybe what they're saying. And I
35:09
love this. Germany, Germany's stepping up efforts to print
35:13
cash, just in case there's a blackout this winter. What?
35:20
What's crazy or what I'm saying? Or they're saying
35:22
death? Actually, that's pretty smart. It's Reuters reported go
35:27
back. They're printing money. Yes. Yeah.
35:32
So yeah, they're gonna they're gonna have cash ready. But what
35:35
are they expecting? I mean, seriously, they're expecting
35:37
everything to go black. I mean, come on. There's, there's no
35:42
reason.
35:43
If I was if he had some, some control over it, I would put
35:48
everything into black. Now to snap them out of this whole idea
35:52
of you know, going green.
35:54
Here's the small piece not even a minute of a non-politician.
36:01
Besides, well, you know, Queen maximize kind of not a
36:04
politician right
36:05
away that little thing you play with that woman, that woman, the
36:09
queen. Who wrote this for I mean, this guy. I don't care
36:15
what leader there is. You can't talk like that. Like you're some
36:19
Silicon Valley jerk off the digital stack infrastructure.
36:24
It's just doesn't it's dumb. It's not the way politicians
36:28
speak ever.
36:29
Well, I would say that you and I will be more than happy with the
36:32
curry Devorah Consulting Group to write her next speech and
36:35
make it really punchy and hit home and be funny.
36:39
Carry some humor and how about a Joe's 111 111 Joseph humor.
36:44
It's hard though because she was on remote. She wasn't in the
36:46
audience. It was pre taped. So and she's nervous about reading
36:51
English and it's amazing. She can do all of that and, and lead
36:56
and lead the world down a path of destruction and slavery.
36:59
So she want to know about Ivanka Trump. That's what she cares
37:03
about.
37:03
That's what you want to chat about. I love New York. I love
37:06
New York. Manhattan. Yeah, man. I lived in Manhattan. Well,
37:09
where'd you live? 56 on Broadway? Oh, yeah. Well, you
37:12
know, Ivanka, my friend Ivanka lives around there. Yes, that
37:16
was our conversation. And then the king came back with airs.
37:20
When I when I had that special lunch with the king and queen.
37:24
Do you not remember?
37:26
No, I don't get the Marconi award.
37:30
Ask right after that. Yes. Right after that, because I remember
37:32
that Tony Award. Yeah. Yeah. And then I you know, and I had lunch
37:37
with the king and then the Queen was chatting with me and then
37:40
and when
37:40
they were gonna meet up with you down in Austin, I think at one
37:43
point, no, never happened. Know that.
37:46
She landed in Austin got on a bike rode around and never
37:49
called me.
37:51
Yeah, I remember that.
37:55
Anyway, so other royalty was there. This is just a piece of
37:59
it. But it's the important piece that everyone probably saw.
38:02
Here. Klaus Schwab apparently also a very important person to
38:05
have at the G 20 summit of politicians and countries and
38:09
nations and the World Economic Forum. Of course,
38:13
of course, if you look at all the challenges, we can speak
38:16
about the multi crisis, economic, political, social and
38:23
ecological and institutional crisis. But actually, what we
38:29
have to confront is a deep systemic and structural
38:36
restructuring of our world. Yeah. And this will take some
38:41
time, okay. I struggled with drugs differently.
38:46
After this guy though.
38:49
This transition process, politically, driving forces
38:54
forces political transformation, of course, is a transition into
39:02
a multipolar world, which has a tendency to make our world much
39:09
more fragmented.
39:11
You know, you just want to give the guy the hook, but you have
39:15
to tie him serious guy. I know you do. But let's take apart his
39:18
words. A multipolar world means that we will always be at war
39:23
with Eurasia, I presume something like that. The North
39:29
American Union will prevail.
39:32
Well, let's play the North American Union clips that I have
39:35
here.
39:35
There's the alley oop ladies and gentlemen, John C. Dvorak for
39:38
the hope.
39:39
A marrow baby NTD
39:43
talk of any style of government in the Americas has raised red
39:48
flags with US Congressman Matt gates. The Congressman wants
39:51
answers from Secretary of State Antony Blinken entities. Daniel
39:54
Monahan has the story.
39:56
Mexico's president says he has been holding discussions with US
39:59
Secret to your State Antony Blinken, the topic is the
40:02
possibility of merging the American continent into one
40:05
government based on the model of the European Union president
40:09
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says Blinken talked about
40:12
consolidating the North American region and that it is something
40:16
they both agreed on the Mexican President continue that he is in
40:19
favor of the unity of the entire American continent, the
40:23
integration of Canada, the United States, all of the
40:25
Americas Representative Matt gates sounded the alarm on Fox
40:29
News.
40:30
I don't want my constituents having to live under the
40:33
socialist tyrannical lockdowns enacted by Justin Trudeau Castro
40:38
while their nephews being poisoned by Mexican fentanyl.
40:41
But that apparently is the globalist order that the Biden
40:44
administration supports here as they give away our money and our
40:47
chance of a brighter future overseas.
40:49
Concerned that Blinken appears to be having such discussions
40:53
abroad. He sent a letter to the Secretary to find out more he
40:56
asked the following questions. One is it your position that the
40:59
North American continent should be united by a regional
41:02
constitution to further the economic interests of its member
41:05
states and two is the position of the Department of State that
41:08
the United States Canada and Mexico should become a union of
41:11
states formed in the likeness of the European Union. A spokesman
41:15
from gates his office recently said that the Congressman hadn't
41:18
yet received a response from Blinken
41:22
Where does Do you remember where the the US MCA fits into this?
41:28
Wasn't that one step closer the United States Mexico Canada
41:33
Yeah. In this case, in this case they're actually want to bring
41:37
in most of Central America.
41:38
Oh yeah. Right cool people.
41:41
And which accounts for the fact that they just opened the border
41:44
guys though. We've already done this. Because it's like the
41:46
Schengen Agreement. Just come on. Yeah, just fly are going
41:49
there where you want to aim? No, you can't get into Canada
41:51
without a vaccine. That's part two of this.
41:55
Lincoln traveled to Latin America to attend the
41:58
Organization of American States General Assembly that is the
42:01
United Nation style organization that was formed in 1948. At the
42:06
completion of the summit, the 35 member countries adopted the
42:09
Lima declaration titled together against inequality and
42:12
discrimination during his remarks and Lima Blinken said in
42:15
his words, when all communities have equal access to
42:18
development, all of society benefits and because more equal,
42:22
democracies tend to be more stable and secure partners. The
42:26
Lima declaration describes its goals within the Diversity
42:29
Equity inclusion framework. It is a framework that is
42:32
criticized for favoring diversity over merit and an
42:34
assumption that white people are inherently racist, racist
42:38
alliteration focuses on economic issues climate change and
42:41
bolstering inclusion for minority groups, especially
42:44
around gender. It states that there is a need to achieve
42:47
significant financing increases and investment from a wide
42:50
variety of public and private sources. It also calls for
42:53
international development cooperation to achieve diverse,
42:56
fair and more prosperous societies. American taxpayers
42:59
fund nearly 50% of the Organization of American States
43:02
budget which in 2023, is set to be more than $90 billion.
43:06
regional analyst Orlando Gutierrez Boren told the epic
43:09
times that a consolidated North American region could offer
43:13
mutual economic benefits and create regional stability.
43:16
However, he says a supranational union of that sort must be based
43:19
on solid principles of freedom and democracy, not on what he
43:23
calls the absurd ambiguity towards the tyranny of for
43:26
instance, President Lopez Obrador in Mexico, some critics
43:31
of Mexico's president believed the country's democracy is
43:34
fragmenting under Obrador. They cite the silencing of critics
43:37
defunding regulatory agencies and looting state controlled
43:41
trusts the same week. Blinken was in Peru, he met with
43:44
Colombia's newly elected leftist President Gustavo Petro Petro is
43:48
a former member of the M 19 guerrilla group, which was a
43:51
1970s era Marxist organization. They discuss the climate action
43:56
the migration crisis and a holistic approach to countering
43:59
narcotics trafficking in the region.
44:01
Yeah, this is already so there this is already I was just
44:05
talking to Tommy our, our landscaper, he was to help us
44:10
with some trees. And he was complaining about his pizza not
44:13
being delivered finally an hour late it shows up. And he of
44:17
course being a racist Texan assumes Are you Mexican, because
44:20
he didn't speak any English. No Venezuelan. I mean, they're
44:22
already integrated. Completely Leyland is cute. Yeah, I'm from
44:27
Venezuela. Yeah, yeah.
44:30
Don't call me and Mexican fighting words. Yeah, those
44:36
fighting words can do that. I'm just the idea of the what's Why
44:41
is gender go to the top of the list, by the way with the
44:43
inclusion thing was at the top of the list, it was very clear
44:46
in there that as far as Blinken is concerned, gender inclusion
44:51
is more important than anything else, this gender thing.
44:53
Why? Because he's insane. All right, he
44:56
is in fact the whole government is yes. And then what is the The
45:01
What is this? What is this holistic approach to drug
45:06
trafficking? What does that mean? What is it? What's a
45:11
holistic approach to fighting drug drug trafficking?
45:14
Total filler words, means nothing. I think in this case,
45:20
we'll all look at it and go, Wow, can we get our piece?
45:24
Yeah, get piece of the action in the end of drug trafficking
45:28
stacks work.
45:29
The drug trafficking stack nice. You know, before we play your
45:34
third clip, this makes total sense with what Chuck Schumer
45:39
said yesterday or the day before.
45:41
Now more than ever, we're short of workers, we have a population
45:47
that is not reproducing it on its own, with the same level
45:51
that it used to. The only way we're going to have a great
45:54
future in America is if we welcome and embrace immigrants,
45:57
the dreamers and all of them because our ultimate goal is to
46:01
help the dreamers but get a path to citizenship for all 11
46:04
million or however many undocumented there are.
46:08
Tell me that isn't exactly what the former New York banker said.
46:12
It's all they care about stacking up people we just as
46:15
long as so you're right, I am talking about population, but
46:19
not in the way you presume it. These people, the elites they
46:23
want just as many people as possible but they don't want you
46:28
know, smart educated integrated people really want people who
46:31
come from a different culture and and you know, can be treated
46:35
as slaves. Hey, you're a slave until we make illegal so haha,
46:39
we're gonna hold this over your nose all year long and keep that
46:42
going. That's all they want. And meanwhile, dogs, everyone's got
46:47
a dog.
46:51
Does good or shouldn't we
46:52
be encouraging having families and making babies and that we
46:57
might have done 5060 years ago maybe may notice discouraged.
47:03
discouraged by the colleges and universities by the high schools
47:07
by the whole upbringing and maybe that's non binary. Maybe
47:10
that's why they're running the schools gender
47:12
is so important. We want to make sure that we have compatible
47:15
genders coming in to make more and that they're incompatible
47:18
with our fluidity. All of this seems diabolical. The way by
47:25
doing it today
47:27
third clip here's to Yes, the theme for today. Let's go it's
47:30
part three
47:31
in Chile, Blinken met with anxious President Gabrielle
47:34
borders to discuss similar issues. borage has opened ties
47:38
to Chinese Communist Party. Meanwhile, there's another
47:41
player wooing the United States southern neighbors China is now
47:44
South America's largest trading partner. With its Belt and Road
47:48
Initiative. The CCP has sunk sizable investments into the
47:51
region and is now one of its biggest lenders. The CCP has
47:55
built ports roads, dams and major power projects throughout
47:59
Latin America over the past 20 years. And you
48:02
think this is maybe why it doesn't make sense to play
48:05
because the audio is so bad you have to read it. Why is GE
48:08
publicly humiliated Trudeau because the already in the taken
48:14
over the getting ready for the Belt and Road extension through
48:17
the North American Union. Did you see that? Did you see that
48:20
dress down? He did.
48:22
I did not tell me about it. I mean, I knew this was there's a
48:25
back and forth going on between Trudeau and she has no doubt
48:29
about Welspun
48:30
will do something that we love doing on the show. I will read
48:33
along live for you. It's only one minute long. I will read the
48:36
translators words. Everything. Let me just set the stage. So
48:42
this is at the G 20. That kind of hanging out in the lobby, you
48:46
know, where's all the stands are the booths, the booths, like
48:49
hey, get to climate change, fix here those booths and Trudeau is
48:53
just hanging around. And she comes right up to him. Which I
48:57
don't think I've ever seen GE come up to somebody and talk to
49:00
them in their face. And he's in his face and he will look at but
49:03
he won't really look at him. He's like talking spitting at
49:06
him and then he turns to the translator translator starts off
49:10
if everything we discussed with the with then leaked to the
49:13
paper. That's not appropriate. That's not the way the
49:20
conversation was conducted.
49:29
There is a problem. There is sincerity on your part. Oh in
49:34
Canada, we believe in free open and frank dialogue. And I hope
49:37
that that's we will continue to have we will continue to work
49:39
constructively together. But there will be things we will
49:42
disagree on and she puts his hands up. He's like, Hey, shut
49:45
the fuck up. Let's create the conditions First he smiles,
49:49
shakes his hand doesn't look at him walks away and this is the
49:52
video everyone should watch because Judo walks away like he
49:55
pooped his pants. He literally is almost keeling over and he
49:58
walks scurries away So what happened? Is Trudeau someone in
50:03
the Trudeau Government leaked to the papers that Trudeau had been
50:07
a big, big guy on campus and said, Hey, she peered the G 20.
50:12
I told GE to go stop meddling in our elections and stuff, man.
50:17
That's what happened. So she went up and said, Dude, you
50:21
leaked out to the paper. And that's not what went down. I
50:26
find it quite extraordinary. Actually. The G would do though,
50:30
we'll
50:30
have to see what becomes of it. But it's, well, I know that this
50:34
was going on because Trudeau has been trying to, you know, get
50:37
make. Make hay with his own public. Yeah. By kind of
50:42
condemning the Chinese even though they're partners in many
50:46
things. And I guess this ticked off his
50:49
ticket. Meanwhile, speaking, I'm not familiar
50:53
that this little event happened. That's interesting. That's
50:56
pretty
50:56
cool. Cool. Cool. Meanwhile, with Obama, not to be outdone by
51:02
hurricane DeSantis. Ron superstar DeSantis. In Florida,
51:07
our Governor Greg Abbott, tweeted out, I invoked the
51:12
invasion clauses of the US and Texas constitutions to fully
51:15
authorize Texas to take unprecedented measures to defend
51:19
our state against an invasion by him using that constitutional
51:22
authority and other authorization and executive
51:24
orders to keep our state and country safe. And then he has a
51:27
list of what he's going to do we want to hear. Yeah, because no
51:32
one no one reported on this and it is from his Twitter account,
51:36
one, deploy the National Guard to safeguard our border and to
51:40
repel and turn back immigrants trying to cross the border
51:43
illegally. Deploy the Texas Department of Public Safety DPS
51:48
to arrest and return to the border immigrants who crossed
51:51
illegally and deployed DPS to arrest illegal immigrants for
51:54
criminal activity. Build a border wall in multiple
51:58
countries or counties on the border. Deploy gunboats to
52:01
secure the border. PT 109. Designated Mexican drug cartels
52:09
as foreign terrorist organizations. Interesting. Same
52:13
thing Trump said enter into a compact with other states to
52:17
secure the border, enter into agreements with foreign powers
52:21
to enhance border security and provide resources for border
52:24
counties to increase their efforts to respond to the border
52:27
invasion. I mean, that's kind of fighting words.
52:34
Not much for him. I'm liking his attitude. Hey, I have a little
52:37
clip here that talks about better do something about it. We
52:41
still busing people away and illegals to Philly with us about
52:46
this latest.
52:47
I mean, I'm gonna put gunboats at the border. But first let me
52:51
bust some of these people to Philly. Okay, I'll be right
52:53
back.
52:54
Border Patrol reported a record 2.2 million encounters with
52:58
illegal immigrants along the border in the fiscal year 2022,
53:02
which ended in September. It's the first time the numbers
53:05
exceeded 2 million in one year. And Texas Governor Greg Abbott
53:10
has sent his first bus of illegal immigrants to
53:13
Philadelphia. It was scheduled to arrive Wednesday morning.
53:17
Governor Abbott has been sending illegal border crossers from
53:20
Texas to sanctuary cities to protest what he calls Biden's
53:24
open border policies. He says since Philadelphia's Mayor
53:27
fought hard to get sanctuary city status, it's an ideal place
53:31
to send people in the past Abbott's sent buses to New York,
53:35
Chicago and the nation's capitol. He says he'll continue
53:39
doing so until the Biden administration tightens border
53:42
security to prevent illegal immigrants from pouring into his
53:45
state.
53:50
Did you Well, you probably didn't hear with the news this
53:52
morning. The the Republicans now with their swagger. They got the
53:57
swagger because they got the majority in the House. Yep,
54:01
they're not wasting any time. But wasting lots of our time,
54:05
actually and taxpayer money and all the stuff that we want
54:07
because here it comes
54:08
fear. We're releasing a report today that details what we've
54:11
uncovered. We're also sending letters to the Biden
54:13
ministration. Officials of Biden family associates renewing our
54:15
request for voluntary production of documents relevant to this
54:19
investigation. This isn't an investigation of Joe Biden, the
54:24
person in the United States and why he lied to the American
54:26
people about his knowledge and participation in his family's
54:29
International Business schemes. national security interest
54:33
require the committee conducted investigation and we will pursue
54:36
all avenues avenues that have long been ignored. Committee
54:40
Republicans have uncovered evidence of federal crimes
54:42
committed by and to the benefit of members of the President's
54:45
family. These include conspiracy are defrauding the United States
54:51
wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, violation of the
54:56
foreign Agents Registration Act, violations of the Foreign
54:59
Corrupt Practices Act, violations of the Trafficking
55:02
Victims Protection Act, tax evasion, money laundering, and
55:07
conspiracy to commit money laundering. The Biden family's
55:11
business dealings implicate a wide range of criminality, from
55:14
human trafficking, to potential violations of the Constitution.
55:19
In the 118th, Congress, this committee will evaluate the
55:21
status of Joe Biden's relationship with his family's
55:23
foreign partners and whether he is a president who is
55:25
compromised or swayed by foreign dollars and influence foreign
55:29
dollar want to be clear. This is an investigation of Joe Biden.
55:34
And that's where the committee will focus in this next
55:37
Congress.
55:38
Yeah, all right, everybody, you know, what's coming, John 1000s
55:42
of sealed indictments.
55:46
Where's Joe? Digenova? We
55:48
know he'll be surfacing. He'll be back he'll be no doubt he'll
55:51
be back. NBC is all you know, they Oh, here's here's that. Oh,
55:55
what are we gonna do? Oh, the house Whoa, the household. I'm
55:56
gonna talk about what this new round of sort of the split in
55:59
Congress means for both parties. We know overall, it likely means
56:03
a lot of gridlock. So I want to ask you something specific.
56:06
Understand, What could this mean for the future of existing
56:09
committees? Like, for example, the January 6 Committee in the
56:12
House? Oh,
56:13
yeah. Well, that's just one of the things that we expect to
56:15
change. When you look at the slim majority that this
56:19
Democrats have on the Senate side of Republicans have on the
56:23
House side, you can see how difficult it's going to be for
56:26
President Biden and Congress to get anything done these last two
56:29
years of President Biden's first term.
56:33
Yeah. Okay. By the way, that was a January 6 Committee. It should
56:38
have been done in the Senate in the first place, although I
56:41
think it probably been harder to block out the Republican so as
56:45
they did in the White House, yeah, there would have been
56:47
impossible, but this now it's just gonna be flipped. And the
56:53
committee is gonna go Yeah. Oh, yeah.
56:57
Okay, you know, I watched Trump, I watch Trump announced, did you
57:01
watch it?
57:02
I watched it. Yeah, I got to read to some clips if you want
57:05
to get to the rundown, clipped to Trump running 2020 for one
57:09
and a half a couple of Biden threat clips that came out of
57:12
this same reporting.
57:16
Well, first I just a general impression about his
57:19
announcement. So of course, I was disappointed that he did not
57:22
shake it all up by announcing the Magga party, America first
57:26
party. That was too bad. But I understand his strategy is all
57:35
right, you'd like Ron DeSantis. He's Trump without the drama. So
57:40
I'll give you no drama. And he also gave foreign policy and
57:43
things that you know, I don't think DeSantis or anyone else
57:46
can comment on certainly not now. So he uniquely he can do
57:50
that. He was very calm. He didn't say anything really about
57:53
the 2020 election. So I mean, yeah, but not the drama. He
57:59
didn't call anyone you know, by their cool nickname. So while I
58:03
understand that, you get no media coverage when you're just
58:08
boring. That was his whole hook. I mean, have you really seen a
58:13
lot of clips of him? No. All you see boring jazz hyperbole. You
58:18
got the New York Times editorial board with a pre written piece
58:22
that would have read a lot better if he had done crazy shit
58:26
that night. But it didn't it was like, you know the word Trump
58:30
says it. He pretty factual CNN we fact check Trump and when
58:37
when I read the CNN Headline, we fact check Trump. My heart sank.
58:43
And I felt kind of like, like the air let out of me. Like, do
58:48
we really have to go through this again? Well, we have other
58:51
things to do. You know what I mean? Did you not have any of
58:55
that you didn't feel kind of tired, tired of it?
58:59
I've been tired of it before this happened. And I and my
59:03
argument is well, I mean, Trump, you know, would, I don't know
59:07
maybe catch up with last time if he got in. But the problem with
59:11
having Trump being elected, again, is that you can't reelect
59:16
him. So you'd have another one term operation here. And then
59:21
the Democrats that probably went in 2028, probably would Gavin
59:24
Newsom, or somebody like that, as opposed to DeSantis, who if
59:29
you put him in and he's Trump light, there's no doubt about
59:32
it, and he can pick himself up a little bit. Trump would be nice
59:35
if we would help him but he won't do that because he's too
59:38
prideful. But if DeSantis became president, he could be
59:41
reelected. And that would push off Gavin Newsom to 2032 or
59:45
beyond or if ever, and I think it would be a benefit. You can't
59:50
do that with Trump. It would be another one term deal with the
59:52
Republicans and it'd be a mess and it would also be a mess from
59:56
all kinds of other perspectives and I don't like this Trump
1:00:00
Reading from the prompter and I put it in the newsletter. Very
1:00:03
an analysis of this. Trump made a big fuss when he ran in 2016
1:00:09
about Obama's teleprompter and he'll never do it and blah,
1:00:14
blah, blah. And now he's like, glued to the prompter and he
1:00:18
read and he's not a good prompter reader. He's, he's
1:00:21
Donald Obama in Florida.
1:00:23
He switches so obviously and then he and then he just goes
1:00:27
into reading mode. I agree. Right
1:00:29
now he's, he's a lousy prompter reader. Obama was a good orator
1:00:33
he nd you know, Trump's you know, he won't have anyone coach
1:00:38
him on this he obviously and so he's it's like in his any down
1:00:43
talks in a funny way and his style is, it's almost
1:00:48
somnambulistic. Indigenous is very tiresome to listen to
1:00:53
Nampula like, hold on,
1:00:55
you can realistically get up SLM. Yeah, I'm not a fan. I
1:01:02
think we've seen Trump do his thing, and blah, blah, blah. But
1:01:05
let's listen to these clips.
1:01:08
Hold on a second. You're not just gonna throw out your whole
1:01:11
opinion. And then shut up. Adam, here's listen to some clips.
1:01:16
Blow me do that.
1:01:18
No, I don't do that. I always let my elders go first.
1:01:24
Up there, they're not included. Well, what
1:01:25
I'm seeing. And by the way, as predicted, all of Republican
1:01:31
mega donors are certainly being announced as pulling back. For
1:01:35
sure.
1:01:36
Well, yeah, we don't know any of that to be true.
1:01:39
No, but yeah, well, some of them have some out
1:01:42
there. Is it because everyone's pointed out there's a concerted
1:01:44
effort to keep Trump from doing this.
1:01:46
I mean, there's there's a very big article and list on CNBC, so
1:01:51
I'll take them with some if they're quoting people saying
1:01:55
no, no, we're not going to back him anymore. And it's quite an
1:02:00
extensive list. Now, of course, he didn't need anybody's money
1:02:03
to win the first time either. And,
1:02:07
and I'm trying to shell a and some of these are these Yes,
1:02:09
I know. But um, but I'm just trying to figure out what the
1:02:12
strategy is because this is not the way and he is not a Twitter,
1:02:17
he doesn't have any of that. He doesn't have the voice. If he's
1:02:20
not crazy. They're not going to use clip from him. So I'm just
1:02:23
trying to now what he's saying. I agree. I'd say most of what he
1:02:27
said I agree with the state, whether he was responsible for
1:02:30
it or not. But what happened in a couple of years. And by the
1:02:33
way, things were now I think we were still destined for this
1:02:36
inflation, all of that. And he kind of weaseled out of the
1:02:39
vaccine by saying anybody who any government worker military,
1:02:44
who got fired or had to leave for refusing, forced
1:02:48
vaccination, they should be reinstated with full back pay,
1:02:52
etc. So that's how he's kind of trying to weasel out of that. I
1:02:55
just don't understand the strategy and outcomes razor says
1:03:03
he's lost the plot. He has the right idea, but he has no way to
1:03:07
execute anymore. So now let's listen to clips.
1:03:13
Start with a I'm not disagreeing with anything you said there.
1:03:20
With the book, maybe I should pass it on so I can actually
1:03:24
read Trump running 2024
1:03:28
America's comeback starts right now.
1:03:33
Trump addressed guests at Mar a Lago with a sobering tone on
1:03:36
Tuesday night, he called attention to the current state
1:03:39
of the nation under President Biden's administration. We are
1:03:43
here tonight to declare that it does not have to be this way.
1:03:47
Trump decried the crisis at the southern border record high
1:03:50
inflation and violent crime rates.
1:03:53
In order to make America great and glorious. Again, I am
1:03:56
tonight announcing my candidacy for President of the United
1:04:00
States.
1:04:02
The former president says he wants to tackle inflation and
1:04:05
vowed to immediately reinstate border security policies like
1:04:08
remain in Mexico if elected. He also promised to be tough when
1:04:12
it comes to dealing with China and touted the benefits the
1:04:15
country received from the trade war. When he levied tariffs
1:04:18
against them.
1:04:18
We were getting hundreds of billions of dollars. Many people
1:04:22
think that because of this, China played a very active role
1:04:27
in the 2020 election, just saying just say, sure that
1:04:31
didn't happen.
1:04:32
If Trump wins another presidential bid, it would make
1:04:34
him only the second president in history to serve non consecutive
1:04:38
terms.
1:04:39
This will not be my campaign. This will be our campaign
1:04:44
altogether.
1:04:46
He described the task as being not for any one individual but
1:04:49
as a movement involving all walks of life, ethnicities and
1:04:54
political backgrounds.
1:04:55
We love both sides. We're going to bring people together we're
1:04:58
going to unify people
1:05:00
President Biden tweeted out, Donald Trump failed America
1:05:03
following the announcement, aides filed the official
1:05:06
paperwork with the US Federal Election Commission earlier in
1:05:09
the day setting up a committee called Donald J. Trump for
1:05:13
President 2024.
1:05:14
Okay, I have a show note here. This is boring, the information
1:05:19
is good and NTD does a much better job of anyone else. But I
1:05:23
can't, I'm losing my focus of how he's talking. So and it's,
1:05:28
it's not it's nothing to deconstruct. We need we do need
1:05:32
some other things besides NTD.
1:05:35
Okay, I'm going back to Democracy Now.
1:05:37
Here's ABC in order
1:05:39
to make America great and glorious. Again, I am tonight
1:05:42
announcing my candidacy for President of the United States.
1:05:48
ADCs Jonathan Karl is at Mar a Lago right now. In fact, he's
1:05:51
outside of the room where he was watching this play out with this
1:05:54
is a report on Agnes seemed rather different from the
1:05:57
escalator speech. Can you just describe this, this
1:06:00
announcement?
1:06:01
Yeah, I mean, at first, it was a much more discipline Donald
1:06:03
Trump, he basically stuck to the script. He gave a speech that
1:06:09
Republicans is the kind of speech I want him to give, which
1:06:12
is contrasting what they see as the successes of the Donald
1:06:18
Trump administration with the problems facing America now
1:06:22
under Joe Biden.
1:06:24
We are a failing nation. For millions of Americans, the past
1:06:28
two years under Joe Biden had been a time of pain, hardship,
1:06:33
anxiety and despair. As we speak, inflation is the highest
1:06:38
in over 50 years,
1:06:40
when Trump was President, we had low inflation, the border was
1:06:43
secure. America had good relations with China, North
1:06:47
Korea, and Iran and Russia were in check. And now the whole
1:06:52
world's falling apart. I mean, that's not really the portrait
1:06:56
of reality. But but it's the kind of contrast that
1:07:00
Republicans would like him to focus on, rather than talking
1:07:03
endlessly about how the 2020 election, you know, was stolen,
1:07:08
and all that kind of stuff.
1:07:09
Let's deconstruct why ABC is doing this. They are actually
1:07:14
making Trump sound good versus Joe Biden in this case. That's
1:07:21
bizarre. I mean, they could have done every every, they could
1:07:24
have done a whole bunch of different kinds of coverages,
1:07:27
but to say, well, you know, everything Trump said is kind of
1:07:30
true. It's not exactly kind of, but it's kind of feels like it.
1:07:36
That was an attack on on Biden, by ABC.
1:07:43
And had to think about that it sounded like it. But you know,
1:07:47
John, Carl, who's an anti Trump or to an extreme, who did that
1:07:51
report
1:07:52
is your spoon?
1:07:55
Oh, that's a good question.
1:07:57
I'll tell you why. And this is a weird thing and take take for
1:08:00
what you want. So I wanted to look at someone sent me the
1:08:04
registration of him filing to run for president and I want to
1:08:07
see, okay, what's in this is very, it's one page and it says,
1:08:10
Read as a Republican, like, maybe there's some weird
1:08:13
language in there. And then I see this bank, the official bank
1:08:18
of the campaign, and it's a bank in McLean, Virginia, which have
1:08:23
immediately is like, what? That's interesting. Yeah. And
1:08:28
this is, what is the name of this thing. It's it's run. It's
1:08:35
run by a guy named Peter Fitzgerald. And he has
1:08:39
traditionally been kind of like a dark money type of bank guy.
1:08:46
You know, he was somehow involved with the Valerie Plame
1:08:50
CIA case. You know, it's like this joke in in Washington, DC
1:08:57
that he has spooked money. He's in McLean, which is like, it's
1:09:03
like Berkeley, you know, in McLean, Virginia,
1:09:06
it means a lot.
1:09:07
So and so I was just thinking, what just a weird thought. What
1:09:12
if Trump is going to a different intelligence agency? Yeah. Gone
1:09:16
from defense to other intelligence? Maybe CIA?
1:09:21
Fitzgerald is definitely a Republican conservative dude. A
1:09:24
fixer, I think, too. But that's where all the money's going. So
1:09:30
I thought that would account for the report. That's kind of what
1:09:34
I was thinking as possible. Yeah.
1:09:36
And Carl could be because he's very unusual in a lot of
1:09:41
different ways, but let's go there. So they brought this guy
1:09:44
on NTD. And I agree with you, there's less drama to these
1:09:48
reports. But they brought they bring in some guys once in a
1:09:52
while, do a little interview with them. And this is an
1:09:54
interesting one. This is the Trump Biden threats and TD.
1:09:58
Joining us now is Lee Smith. columnist and author of the plot
1:10:01
against the president. He's also the host of over the target and
1:10:04
epic TV. Great to have you on to discuss former President Trump's
1:10:07
big announcement. Lee, President Biden last week said that his
1:10:09
administration has to demonstrate that Trump will not
1:10:12
take power if he runs. Biden said they will use legitimate
1:10:15
efforts of the Constitution to ensure Trump will not become
1:10:19
president again. Do you expect Biden will use the DOJ or
1:10:22
another federal agency to hurt Trump's chances of becoming
1:10:24
president again?
1:10:25
Well, certainly they've been doing that. That's what the
1:10:27
Democrats have been doing. And Joe Biden has been part of that
1:10:30
operation since he was Barack Obama's vice president in 2016.
1:10:33
So I have no doubt that Joe Biden has used the Department of
1:10:36
Justice, the FBI and whatever instruments are under his
1:10:41
unlawful control, the way he's weaponized these different
1:10:45
institutions to target his political opponents. Joe Biden
1:10:48
has just made clear what everyone has seen happening
1:10:50
since 2016. And Joe Biden wishes to prevent Donald Trump from
1:10:54
becoming president than Joe Biden should focus his energies
1:10:59
on governing the country correctly, governing the country
1:11:02
reasonably to cultivate American peace and prosperity. And then
1:11:08
he can run against Donald Trump in 2024. That's how we can
1:11:12
prevent him from becoming president. Not by weaponizing.
1:11:15
The agencies he's he and his progressive faction have been
1:11:19
using since 2016. Against Trump, Trump aides and Trump
1:11:23
supporters.
1:11:26
Do you know what was the premise of this little discussion? It's
1:11:30
kind of eludes me. Did Biden actually threatened? Yes, yes,
1:11:36
actually, I mean, I've heard all these speeches.
1:11:39
I played the clip on this very show. Let me see it was find a
1:11:44
clip again, please. Yeah, it was it was just recent, I know as
1:11:47
recent.
1:11:49
And what's striking circumstances.
1:11:50
Here's I think this is okay. See if this is an
1:11:52
attempt to demonstrate that he will not take power. By if we if
1:11:58
he does run, making sure he under a legitimate efforts of
1:12:03
our Constitution does not become the next president. Again,
1:12:06
we discuss this very clip.
1:12:07
Yes, we did. But where did what was the where did this come
1:12:11
from?
1:12:12
This was a news conference. Biden did.
1:12:14
I thought it was a one on one interview with someone. Wow. Is
1:12:18
that across from some that?
1:12:20
I don't know. I don't I can't remember.
1:12:23
It's interesting. They would. Yeah, well, I brought I seem to
1:12:27
have suppressed it because I do remember the clip. But I don't
1:12:33
remember it being as serious as these guys make it out to be and
1:12:37
then now that they bring it up in in these terms, I'm thinking
1:12:40
Well, it's because I just hear Biden babbling like a like a
1:12:44
moron. But okay, yeah, let's go to Trump Biden threats to
1:12:49
federal law enforcement agencies are weaponized to target Joe
1:12:53
Biden's political opponents. It's sick. This is
1:12:56
unconstitutional, and it's disgusting. And it's not just
1:12:59
the MAR a Lago Ray, we've seen Joe Biden use the FBI to go
1:13:03
after January 6 defendants to go after and now we understand, by
1:13:07
the way, how many FBI confidential human sources were
1:13:11
on the grounds of the Capitol on January 6, to frame from
1:13:14
supporters. We've seen them go after we've seen them go after
1:13:18
school parents who object to the Biden administration's push for
1:13:22
CR t as well as trans ideologies. Again, the MAR a
1:13:27
Lago RAID is certainly a big part of it.
1:13:30
And now it turns out, I think, was it Washington Post?
1:13:37
Yesterday, Washington Post, published a piece that, as you
1:13:42
predicted, by the way, that the documents that Trump had at Mar
1:13:46
a Lago pretty much just souvenirs, just shipped to have
1:13:50
the stuff that you were saying and exactly like he would love
1:13:53
to have that some top secret folders just to put documents
1:13:57
in. So the Washington Post made it that's kind of what it seems
1:14:01
that it was.
1:14:03
Yeah, make sense? I'd love to have some of those tough secret
1:14:08
folders.
1:14:09
I'm sure some of you know why do I think that some of our
1:14:11
producers just might I
1:14:12
think that maybe the no agenda shop to just make so chooses
1:14:18
make some Yeah. Top secret for your eyes only
1:14:23
somnambulism. And an abnormal condition of sleep in which
1:14:29
motor acts such as walking our performance like zombie?
1:14:35
Yeah, somnambulistic is the word I used specifically. Very
1:14:38
good word. It's a great one. I'm well impressed with your
1:14:42
prowess.
1:14:43
Somnambulism, ambulances, NIMS and some nub they'd be best
1:14:47
show title for sure.
1:14:50
I don't know. Maybe not. So here's the problem.
1:14:53
So this is new and improved Trump piece getting some love
1:14:57
from ABC. Oddly enough. ABC. John Carl, I don't know is it?
1:15:03
It's the Chain Bridge bank, by the ways and who knows if
1:15:08
there's some connection there. But meanwhile, the bass Magga
1:15:12
country is pretty much like Matt Baker, Matt Baker goes to lots
1:15:17
of city council meetings. You've probably seen me as kind of
1:15:20
like, get some dreadlocks and a beard. And it looks like he
1:15:25
might be a dude named Ben. But his name is Matt. And he went to
1:15:29
the Maricopa city council meeting. And this is how Trump's
1:15:34
base feels.
1:15:36
Good morning. Once again, the eyes of the world are upon
1:15:42
Maricopa County for another botched election. Am I here to
1:15:48
accuse you of stealing the vote? Heavens no for that would make
1:15:53
me a terrorist, wouldn't it? Let me ask you, if you took your
1:15:59
life savings to a bank, and the teller put them in the machine,
1:16:03
and the machine kicked out, one out of four of your bills. And
1:16:08
the teller said, Don't worry, we'll put them in box three over
1:16:11
here. And we'll let you know how many were in there later. We'll
1:16:15
send them off to a separate location. And someone will be
1:16:18
sure to get back to you and tell you how much money you have.
1:16:21
Would you be okay with that? No, you would not be okay with that.
1:16:27
Now ask yourself the question, which is more valuable. Your
1:16:32
vote or your money? Now ask a lobbyist. That same question.
1:16:38
Now ask a campaign manager that question now ask Mark Zuckerberg
1:16:43
that question which is more valuable, your money, or your
1:16:48
votes, or your country or this world or the corruption that is
1:16:53
taking every single the county and then you look into your own
1:17:01
soul. And you look back at yourself in the mirror and
1:17:04
realize that you are the cancer nation.
1:17:13
Thank you, our next speaker. Love you for your
1:17:20
courage. And that's how a lot of people feel not necessarily
1:17:24
about the election, but just in general. And he just, it was
1:17:27
good. He did it within his two minute allotment. He got it out.
1:17:31
And I just love how no one cares. Thank you. Next speaker.
1:17:36
That's Nick Baker. Next speaker Speaker.
1:17:39
I just want to play this one clip before we do anything else.
1:17:42
Before you do that I want to I'm looking at the John Karl bio.
1:17:46
There's an E he has no earmarks whatsoever being a spook. In
1:17:51
fact, he graduated from Vassar girls school.
1:17:57
He's not even spooker adjacent
1:18:00
to spoken Jason. So he has no there's nothing. And there's
1:18:05
always a giveaway. You know, if you can look this stuff up, they
1:18:07
try to cover it up to some always some little item in there
1:18:10
that let you know, no, nothing zip.
1:18:13
There was this clip that I've been meaning to say this for two
1:18:18
shows. And specifically because maybe you can bring it up with
1:18:21
Horowitz or maybe you guys will bump I just want to put it in
1:18:24
your ear. Because looking at some of the numbers, I'll play
1:18:27
this clip from Bill Gates is I don't even know where it's from.
1:18:30
But it was a it was it was the numbers that he was talking
1:18:34
about it he's
1:18:34
making because of very, very high medical costs, and a lack
1:18:39
of willingness to say, you know, is spending a million dollars on
1:18:43
that last three months of life for that patient? Would it be
1:18:46
better not to lay off the those 10 teachers and to make that
1:18:52
trade off and medical costs, but that's called the death panel.
1:18:55
And you're not supposed to have that discussion.
1:18:57
So I don't want to talk about the death panel. It's the amount
1:19:01
of money and I was looking at some numbers out there. I think
1:19:04
there was a big demonstration. It was Egypt. People can't
1:19:07
afford health care. And I'm looking at health care debt in
1:19:13
the United States. It far outstrips anything and people
1:19:18
you know, it's like your insurance pays for stuff and but
1:19:21
there are people with hundreds of 1000s of dollars and then
1:19:24
just on a forever payment plan and one one hiccup and they're
1:19:28
done. They're out. I think that's the real the real problem
1:19:33
that no one's looking at. Have you heard anything about
1:19:37
healthcare debt?
1:19:39
Well, considering that the drug companies and health HMOs do so
1:19:46
much advertising on mainstream media that you'll never hear
1:19:50
anything about something like that. That's a good point, I
1:19:52
think no, I have not. I've you know, and I think I explained
1:19:56
why. Yeah, it's got Yes, probably unbelievable. No should
1:20:00
be something should be done about it. Instead of what
1:20:03
forgiving student loans.
1:20:05
Yeah, there you go. Just a thought but everybody anyway, I
1:20:12
don't see how, how many, I mean, my insurance company, Oscar. And
1:20:18
I was like, hey, you know, we see that you're paying us like
1:20:22
16 $1,700 a month for the two of you, since you only use it since
1:20:27
your deductible is $8,000 Once you get our bronze Plus package
1:20:32
your loser. Yeah. Which means I just got shrink inflation down.
1:20:39
Pay pretty much the same, but I get less services and a higher
1:20:42
deductible.
1:20:45
Yeah, hello, good work.
1:20:47
This is not okay. It's not.
1:20:50
Yeah, you got a long ways to go before you get to Medicare.
1:20:54
Yeah, he'll probably be ratcheted up by the time you
1:20:57
probably be up to 70
1:20:59
Well, the good news is my wife is going to live forever.
1:21:02
Congratulations to the keeper and her 75 Hard group. Day 75
1:21:07
Today she lost 10 inches. More than 10 inches last
1:21:14
10 inches. Yeah, that's it's shorter now. Yes, yes.
1:21:20
The metric is waist and arms I think. And boobs, breast, chest.
1:21:27
Oops. Anyway, there are there are some people who lost 30
1:21:32
pounds in the 75 days is unbelievable. So that so that
1:21:35
she's gonna outlive me
1:21:40
one thing I wanted to get all the podcasting gear.
1:21:44
She like, Could you sign a couple of checks just advance
1:21:47
just in case from mechanics bank. Just just just want to
1:21:52
have a couple you never know. Just use because you're not on
1:21:54
the account.
1:21:55
But come in handy. could come in handy. Exactly.
1:21:59
Yeah, we put the no agenda show on Mastodon four years ago, five
1:22:05
years ago, four or five? Something like that.
1:22:08
I had no agenda. Referring to no agenda social. Yes, no
1:22:11
agenda social.com. Started in my closet. And we built it out. And
1:22:17
now running out of the closet finally did and Erina took over
1:22:22
the duties and it's now as it's he lives in the no agenda social
1:22:27
closet. And at first when when this kind of movement started.
1:22:33
So what I'm saying is, we were already we're in we have
1:22:36
experienced you know how it works. Oh, yeah. You're way
1:22:39
ahead of we are in the fediverse we know what's going on. So it's
1:22:42
been interesting to watch peor the Fetti? Yeah, I'm not doing
1:22:47
Oh, part about the Fetty. So we're seeing people come in. And
1:22:52
you know, and at first I was like, well, this in some of the
1:22:54
adoption was traditional, because people are like, I don't
1:22:59
have any followers. How do I get by? My follower counts? Not
1:23:03
right. Most most people figure out that's kind of not why
1:23:06
you're there. And that doesn't matter. And I thought it would
1:23:09
die down. But something miraculous is happening here.
1:23:13
Journalists are setting up their own instances. And so they're
1:23:19
federating. So you can follow them, but they have their own,
1:23:22
like journaux dot host. And, and these are recognizable names.
1:23:27
Yeah, who, to me, it's actually a little more interesting,
1:23:31
because now they really are chatting amongst themselves
1:23:34
about stories. And they're kind of giving their opinions, they
1:23:36
feel a lot looser. They don't feel like they're being watched.
1:23:41
Because they're not because not a lot of people are following
1:23:44
them. So I think that this is catching a little bit of steam.
1:23:48
Now granted, this is led by people like Jeff Jarvis but no
1:23:52
power to him. At least he's bringing people in. But there's
1:23:56
theories, reporters, you know, former New York Times current
1:23:59
Washington Post, there's so well, let's see what goes on
1:24:02
with that. It's interesting. I didn't I did not expect it to
1:24:09
catch on with any group but for journalists to get it. I thought
1:24:13
that was interesting.
1:24:15
But Joris has enough of a techie background Yes, that would make
1:24:20
sense yes. That he'd be the instigator
1:24:24
Well he's not just the instigator because you see it
1:24:26
happening in the UK you see it happening around the world and
1:24:30
what's interesting is they're they're setting up their own
1:24:32
home and that's what makes it fascinate Yeah, journalists
1:24:36
getting a dot Mastodon a couch whatever. Mastodon dot social,
1:24:41
but making their own. Hey, and I can't believe it
1:24:49
took off we rise together. Back to the moon
1:24:53
and beyond.
1:24:54
Was this who wrote this? By light?
1:24:57
Yeah. I have The three clips on this, again from the boring
1:25:03
iantd. But they have some interesting information that I
1:25:06
was completely unaware of. And nobody else has reported on
1:25:09
this. Okay, so well hold on.
1:25:11
We do your background or and then I'll do my background or
1:25:14
just so we can whenever you say it's ready.
1:25:19
First of all, since we our theory is that they're not going
1:25:23
back to the moon. I think we both agree on that. They might,
1:25:27
but Well, no, no, not going to excuse me. We
1:25:29
don't we don't agree. It's the world the word back the word
1:25:33
back.
1:25:34
You're you're just said we never went and we're not. They're not
1:25:36
going. But let's, but let's draw. I'm dropping that part of
1:25:41
the argument because it's too speculative. And but how are
1:25:46
they going to now that they've launched this thing? How do you
1:25:49
have any prediction what's going to happen?
1:25:51
That we're gonna see video of something? What is are they
1:25:55
supposed to land on this mission?
1:25:57
No, no, no, they're just gonna flop around and come back.
1:26:00
You'll think like,
1:26:01
flop around, come back. And then they'll say, Yeah, we're ready
1:26:04
to go and 2025 and then we won't hear from you hear of it again.
1:26:06
And then we need $100 billion.
1:26:09
That's my prediction.
1:26:10
Oh, what's your prediction?
1:26:11
It's gonna have a fail.
1:26:15
You already predicted it wouldn't take off. So you want
1:26:17
to double down.
1:26:18
I'm doubling down it's gonna fail on the way back.
1:26:21
Going back to the moon. This morning. A new moon rocket by
1:26:24
NASA took off heading towards earth's largest satellite and
1:26:28
lift off of Artemis one,
1:26:29
NASA's new moon rocket blasted off on its debut flight on early
1:26:33
Wednesday. It had three test dummies aboard which brings the
1:26:37
US a big step closer to putting astronauts back on the lunar
1:26:40
surface. For the first time since the end of the Apollo
1:26:43
program. 50 years ago, NASA plans to put real astronauts
1:26:47
back on the moon surface by 2025.
1:26:50
Whoa, stop. Did you hear what he said? NASA plans to put real
1:26:59
astronauts on the on the moon this time. Instead of the fake
1:27:04
ones.
1:27:05
years ago, NASA plans to put real astronauts back on the moon
1:27:09
surface by 2025. The 32 story Space Launch System or SLS
1:27:14
rocket surged off the launch pad from the Kennedy Space Center in
1:27:17
Cape Canaveral descendents Orion capsule on a three week test
1:27:21
journey. About 90 minutes after launch. The rockets upper stage
1:27:25
fired thrusters propelling Orion out of the Earth's orbit on
1:27:28
course for the moon that put the capsule on track for a 25 day
1:27:32
flight that will bring it within 60 miles of the lunar surface.
1:27:36
Today we got to witness the world's most powerful rocket,
1:27:40
take the earth by its edges and shake the wicked out of it. And
1:27:43
it was quite a sight. It was quite as
1:27:47
follows nearly three months of fuel leaks that kept the rocket
1:27:50
bouncing between its hangar and the pad. Also back to back
1:27:53
hurricanes. The rocket was forced back indoors by hurricane
1:27:57
Ian at the end of September, but later stood its ground outside
1:28:00
as Nicole swept through last week with gusts of more than 80
1:28:04
miles per hour. But why are we trying to go back to the moon?
1:28:09
Wait, it's shorter. Let's just get the hyped up CBS Morning
1:28:14
Report version of it. But lift off of Artemis one How about
1:28:18
that identical open? Well done. NTD. Lift off
1:28:22
of Artemis one. As a human made spectacle. This Artemis one
1:28:27
launch was tough to beat NASA's most powerful rocket ever
1:28:31
pushing through Florida's night sky and Earth's heavy atmosphere
1:28:35
with 8.8 million pounds of thrust.
1:28:38
I mean, this is just poetry. Poetry compared to NTD listen to
1:28:43
how he says thrust. I've got it's got thrust. Look at that.
1:28:47
That missile going upwards with
1:28:49
ever pushing through Florida's night sky and Earth's heavy
1:28:53
atmosphere with 8.8 million pounds of thrust.
1:28:57
Today we got to witness the world's most powerful rocket,
1:29:01
take the earth by its edges and shake the wicked out of it. And
1:29:04
it was quite a sight.
1:29:06
On Monday morning next week, Orion will fly within 60 miles
1:29:10
of the lunar surface. Then push 40,000 miles beyond the moon for
1:29:14
space high drama, it's glimpse back on Earth. After orbiting
1:29:19
the moon Orion will reenter Earth's atmosphere for the
1:29:22
missions top priority. Testing the capsules heat shield against
1:29:26
temperatures of 5000 degrees, about half as hot as the surface
1:29:31
of the sun. from Houston, Rick Club Road will lead the team in
1:29:35
Mission Control. A successful mission could lead to a new era
1:29:40
of Moon locket. NASA is hoping for a crewed lunar landing later
1:29:44
this decade. Fair to say lots on the line here.
1:29:47
That's very fair to say. I mean, yeah, we got to have a
1:29:51
successful flight. Otherwise, you're not putting astronauts on
1:29:53
the next next mission?
1:29:55
Question. I mean, I understand I
1:29:58
get that little ditty at all. Oh yeah. Oh yeah.
1:30:01
Oh yeah if it messes up Hey, so all bets are off bro. But I
1:30:04
don't understand. I actually I think the story that you know
1:30:08
whatever the technology we had the money then we did have the
1:30:10
money now we got rid of it whatever the technology Okay, so
1:30:13
now we have the most powerful rock and roll it shook the world
1:30:16
by its edges we're making up to the moon and then we just I mean
1:30:23
just kind of a little moon lander thing. I mean, it's no no
1:30:27
seems like we I lately
1:30:28
explained this on a previous show that I kind of read the
1:30:31
list. Know, they're gonna put in a space station out surrounded
1:30:36
and produce going around and around. You're gonna set up
1:30:39
you're gonna set up shop on the moon
1:30:41
welding station.
1:30:42
Yes. Okay, you're gonna zag. Oh, welding station with a big arc
1:30:49
welder up there.
1:30:51
I'm very I'm very excited to see the picture. I really hope that
1:30:56
they're gonna send an actual picture of Earth and not one of
1:30:59
these composite pictures. I want to see the blue marble.
1:31:03
Yeah, okay. I don't care about that. Let's go back to who is
1:31:06
this guy? This is Neil Armstrong. We want to be poet
1:31:10
that's in both these reports. Who talks about the rocket going
1:31:13
up and it's shaking the wicked.
1:31:16
That's Mark Strassman.
1:31:18
What's the what is he talking about? Says shaking the weight.
1:31:21
Oh, no,
1:31:21
no, that was no I'm sorry. That was the that was the NASA guy.
1:31:25
Yeah, I don't know who it was. I don't know who it was.
1:31:29
What's he talking about?
1:31:30
There was a very powerful rocket.
1:31:33
Jeff Well yeah, it's a pretty rocket is a nice flame.
1:31:36
I mean, this is like this is the guy who does
1:31:38
this we rise together back to the moon and beyond
1:31:42
different guy. Really? No. Yeah, it's a different guy. I don't
1:31:47
know them the way it was in that clip. And it was in my clip to
1:31:51
the guys talking about shaking the wicked
1:31:54
I know but something the wicked. I think it means the wicked. I
1:31:57
don't know what he's okay. Let's listen to it. We have to listen
1:32:01
laughed off
1:32:01
of Artemis one. As a human made spectacle. This Artemis one
1:32:06
launch guy and Earth's heavy atmosphere with 8.8 million
1:32:10
pounds of witness here we got world's most powerful rocket.
1:32:14
Take the earth by its edges and shake the wicked out of it.
1:32:17
Shake the wicked out of it.
1:32:20
It's what he said. It was a my report to show I've never heard
1:32:24
of this. Shake the show. The guy's trying to be poetic it
1:32:29
he's talking about the rocket. Who is this guy? What's he
1:32:32
talking about? What's the wicked got to do? Jack?
1:32:36
Oh, job 38 Verse 13, that it might spread to the ends of the
1:32:42
earth and shake the wicked out of it.
1:32:47
To wicked out of what out of the earth. Now Satan II Satan. This
1:32:53
is as misuse of the Bible again, I
1:32:56
would say
1:32:58
and why? What is Who is this sanctimonious bullshit artists
1:33:02
that's making these comments? What's he got to do with the
1:33:06
price of bread? He's not Neil Armstrong jumping on the moon.
1:33:12
Hey, this is a media offensive man. What else we got? We don't
1:33:16
I mean, that's thing may have done it out halfway. We don't
1:33:19
know just in the back some CGI. I mean, you know what, when they
1:33:23
have that space station out there, take a picture of Elon
1:33:26
Tesla. Alright, that's
1:33:28
what that thing went.
1:33:30
Oh, yeah. By Jupiter. Find it. Well, I want to see your
1:33:33
picture.
1:33:34
So let's go to the part that was interesting to me of these next
1:33:38
two clips, which is talking about the workforce. And some of
1:33:41
the details is a couple of one minute clips is Artemis launched
1:33:44
to an AI there these details were not expressed anyplace else
1:33:47
but NTD
1:33:48
because our call is we're going out to explore the heavens and
1:33:55
this is the next step. Learn how to live on the moon in order to
1:34:02
prepare to send humans all the way to Mars.
1:34:06
This moon undertaking is Apollo successor program, and it's
1:34:10
called Artemis. Artemis is the ancient Greek goddess of the
1:34:13
hunt. And Apollo's twin sister spectators at spaceview Park
1:34:17
directly across from the launchpad cheered as Artemis one
1:34:20
blasted off into the night sky. One of them was a former NASA
1:34:24
employee who worked on the Artemis rocket. He says he knows
1:34:27
hundreds of others who work together to make this work
1:34:30
so dedicated and diligent to make it work right. And that's
1:34:35
what I thought about and tears came to my eyes. I have to admit
1:34:39
it was overwhelmed.
1:34:43
The Orion capsule is expected to splash down into the Pacific
1:34:46
Ocean on December 11 30.
1:34:50
Yeah,
1:34:51
okay, now that wasn't a clip. The next clip is the good one.
1:34:54
But that guy would so with that accent, you know, talking about
1:34:58
the way it was built all the rest of it I'm thinking what
1:35:01
this guy with this accents are starting to hear. Now this next
1:35:05
clip and the last clip,
1:35:06
it's not just the people who go watch these things in Florida.
1:35:09
No,
1:35:09
this whole rocket this whole thing is from the Deep South.
1:35:13
There's no Houston people involved. There's no Vandenberg
1:35:17
people involved. Listen to this last. This is untold story.
1:35:21
NASA's new Artemis one rocket is the most powerful rocket yet.
1:35:25
And it's the culmination of years of work for hundreds of
1:35:28
people. Let's take a look at what's gone into the project
1:35:31
behind NASA's Artemis one project or hundreds of workers.
1:35:34
Many of them are based in two major facilities, one in
1:35:37
Mississippi and one in Louisiana. Hmm, a manager says
1:35:41
the workers all live in those regions.
1:35:43
And so when we think about the technology and the advanced
1:35:47
technology of space travel and large liquid rocket engines and
1:35:51
and astronauts putting sitting on top of these engines and
1:35:55
flying into space safely, and that's being done by
1:35:59
Mississippians that's being done by Louisianans.
1:36:02
Many of the workers are second or even third generation,
1:36:05
meaning their parents or grandparents also worked on NASA
1:36:08
space programs. And engineer says they take pride in that
1:36:12
workforce is very important, right? We can't do this, you
1:36:14
know, this wasn't a one or two person job. You know, this was
1:36:17
teams of hundreds of people that came in that different
1:36:20
backgrounds, different experiences, that all made this
1:36:24
happen together. So this area has that kind of talent. You
1:36:28
know, it's been rooted down here for generations. And a lot of
1:36:31
people see it as a badge of honor to work here. Yeah.
1:36:36
We build rockets we build rockets down here y'all. Hey,
1:36:42
hold on, hold on, hold on. Here we go. This is well deserved.
1:36:48
No, of course I didn't know that. And even the trolls are
1:36:50
going like wait a minute. I thought that was an Alabama
1:36:53
everyone has heard of different places but not Louisiana,
1:36:57
Mississippi, and right. So that's a skunkworks of epic
1:37:00
proportion with a report on a
1:37:03
total skunkworks of epic proportions. And at this the
1:37:08
only time I've heard that even still like nobody else is
1:37:10
reporting on this. Alright, take
1:37:13
a whack and TD this was not boring from NTD this was a good
1:37:16
one. Like birthday but I'm digging What do you think that
1:37:20
this is? So when this thing crashes and burns, which is what
1:37:23
you predict, then then it's easy to go. Yeah, it's those rednecks
1:37:29
in the South. They don't know how to build rockets to build
1:37:33
rockets, man, they're no good
1:37:34
down there. That's when it'll come out.
1:37:37
Wow, very good, John. Very good. And with that, I'd like to thank
1:37:41
you for your courage say in the morning to you the man who put
1:37:44
the sea in the cosmic welding station ladies and gentlemen,
1:37:46
please say hello to my friend on the other end, Mr. John, C. For
1:37:54
me in the morning, you Mr. Adam curl Santa Maria. She was a
1:37:58
revenue subsidy in the water. The names in the night set there
1:38:01
in the
1:38:01
morning to the trolls and the troll room who had been
1:38:03
entertained by Darren O'Neil this morning. Another great
1:38:08
rock'n'roll pre show, it's all live. That's Thursdays and
1:38:12
Sundays. Oh, before I forget, can we do Thanksgiving Thursday
1:38:20
earlier? Can we start earlier? Because my day ends, you know, I
1:38:24
end two hours later and it's like, almost time to sit down
1:38:27
our earlier how we want you to or what we can do one hour
1:38:30
earlier. I think one big one will be fun. Okay, alert the
1:38:34
facility
1:38:34
groggy otherwise, I've gotten used to this new schedule. By
1:38:37
the way, I congratulate you for coming up with this dynamite
1:38:40
dynamite
1:38:40
schedule. I know I know. It's like I wake up every day at
1:38:44
seven instead of twice a week messing me up. It's thank you
1:38:47
all for understanding. I know we lost trolls along the way. I
1:38:51
know because you know, there were so many people who loved
1:38:55
listening live and we ruined their lives. That's I got emails
1:39:00
you ruined my life curry. I vote we go back. I love that one. I
1:39:04
vote we go back Please
1:39:06
play it play the five second clip Peterson trolls
1:39:11
on the second. Peters and trolls,
1:39:13
the trolls. And they're not trolls. They're psychopathic.
1:39:16
Machiavellian sadistic narcissists.
1:39:18
Yeah, that's our people. That's our people, right? Oh my
1:39:23
goodness. Did he say it? No a troll room.io
1:39:28
He left that out.
1:39:30
Let's count the first. Hello you narcissistic 1843 Today, one
1:39:39
more time for the troll trolls.
1:39:40
And they're not trolls. They're psychopathic, Machiavellian,
1:39:43
sadistic narcissists psychopathic,
1:39:46
who was psychopathic? Man. Alien.
1:39:49
Sadistic narcissist.
1:39:51
Narcissistic What was the last no narcissist?
1:39:54
There was a distinct narcissist,
1:39:56
trolls and they're not trolls. They're psychopathic.
1:39:58
Machiavellian said Stick narcissists,
1:40:01
narcissists, okay. P, MSN, there you go. There's your acronym
1:40:04
trolls. P MSN. Well, the trolls, we love that we want to hang out
1:40:09
because of course they listen live no agenda stream.com where
1:40:12
you can get it all to troll room.io? Or did you download pod
1:40:15
verse yet? Because that one automatically trips a live
1:40:19
notification. And in the very same app that you're listening
1:40:23
to your podcast, and it's completely backwards compatible
1:40:26
with legacy stuff like Apple, and oh, my goodness, people stop
1:40:30
using Google. Something happened. And I'm not sure
1:40:33
exactly what but the Google podcast app wouldn't play this
1:40:37
show, even if people deleted the app and reinstalled it. And I
1:40:42
think to myself, at what point do you give up on the legacy? Do
1:40:48
podcast apps.com? Or of course no agenda social. Okay, this
1:40:52
weird, it was really weird. I don't think oh,
1:40:55
it lost the plot. Another thing.
1:41:00
The no agenda Roku apps. I don't think we were deep platformed. I
1:41:03
think the developer I know if I mentioned this, the developer of
1:41:06
the app, if he didn't update, sparkle, Sprite 2.0, whatever,
1:41:11
whatever their framework is that it was automatically taken down.
1:41:15
So if the developer I don't know who did it has been around for
1:41:19
so long.
1:41:20
I have heard from him for some time ago when he was not
1:41:24
maintaining it. When he went back to it. I don't know. Maybe
1:41:26
he's just given up maybe hates us. Well, Grand
1:41:28
Duke David Foley, that told me this is probably the reason he
1:41:32
said, Look, if the guy doesn't show up, I'll do a new one. How
1:41:36
cool would that be?
1:41:38
That'd be good. And I still get those TV guys or TV guy.
1:41:43
And I still get emails from people saying, Hey, man, I'm cut
1:41:47
off my supply. I used to listen on Roku. So interesting. People
1:41:52
must be live. Yeah, people must live inside roku.
1:41:56
There's people that there's you know, everything has got to be
1:42:03
it used to be called the long tail. long since forgotten idea.
1:42:08
Yeah, that's what it is. That is the long tail right there.
1:42:12
Our tail is so long. There's Zoomers stepping on it. Ah, we
1:42:19
want to thank the artist for the episode for episode 1503. We
1:42:25
have was titled strung out man strung out. Thank you everybody
1:42:30
for sending me millions of clips of people and old movies going
1:42:33
Can you dig it? Dig it you dig it? Damn, Kenny Ben brought us
1:42:40
the I got my flu stir shot looked suspiciously like a
1:42:44
Mattel logo on the on the round part. This was I had to trust my
1:42:50
my colleague Jhansi Dvorak on this choice. For I have enough
1:42:54
colorblindness that I pretty much and can read it to you this
1:42:59
at all. And I have no problem flying aircraft. I have no
1:43:03
problem seeing the red from the green lights, all that stuff.
1:43:06
But when it comes to in one image, no, it just doesn't work.
1:43:09
So I liked it. There was a there was another one for people
1:43:13
out there who could kind of imagine not being able to see
1:43:17
the I got my part of this. Just there's nothing there. Right?
1:43:21
Yes, that would be Adam. And so. Yeah. So we had a debate between
1:43:28
I got flu STED which is the which was good content. Neil
1:43:32
piece Grucci. He's like, but I didn't like the band aid being
1:43:37
there. Because their needles were under the band aid. I just
1:43:40
bothered me. I liked this this little guy because it was it
1:43:44
stuck out and and there wasn't there was a lot of other stuff
1:43:48
that was borderline but it wasn't quite jazzy enough for
1:43:52
our taste. I like the piece I was used in the newsletter to
1:43:56
laundering money by gore. But the thing about that piece, it
1:43:59
looks like Eastern European cartoon repurposed. Yeah,
1:44:04
because it's got a style of an Eastern you're, you know, you've
1:44:07
seen these cartoons, these cartoonists that are in
1:44:09
Yugoslavia and
1:44:11
Yugoslavia cracked magazine would have this cartoon, yes,
1:44:15
something like that. And so it did it looks stolen. So I don't
1:44:20
know if it was or not, but
1:44:21
we did bring up the stolen nature. I just thought I was
1:44:24
confused. I brought
1:44:25
it up to myself when I was thinking about it for the
1:44:27
newsletter. And I looked at his previous art and he has no
1:44:30
evidence of being a cartoonist. You know, as you'd like, like,
1:44:34
look up Mike Riley. He has does a cartoon he was that stolen?
1:44:38
You look at his previous all of his stuff. You know is Mike
1:44:41
Riley's cartoons. He does a lot of cartoons so I just wouldn't
1:44:44
even consider it being stolen. But
1:44:47
honorary, honorary mention to Lorenzo Royo Arroyo of the sand
1:44:54
bank when freeze, cucumber.
1:44:57
Oh, yes, we both liked it. It was hilarious. almost use it for
1:45:00
the newsletter suddenly just stupid about that particular
1:45:07
stupid was so
1:45:09
and the Adam cast IRL by the way if you're listening to this you
1:45:14
can always go to no agenda art generator.com Refresh if you
1:45:18
want to see what's happening now you can see all the art almost
1:45:21
30,000 pieces we have so much to choose from. But what's
1:45:24
interesting not the art isn't so interesting, but we had a
1:45:26
conversation where I said, you know, this guy's never going to
1:45:30
invite me I don't care and then I did a horrible impression of
1:45:33
him. Well that translated to some producers as Tim cast Tim
1:45:38
at Tim cast. Adam curry really wants to be on the show but you
1:45:42
you haven't invited him he really wants to be on the show.
1:45:46
What
1:45:49
love the way these yes not Kelly can happen not help in the
1:45:53
handheld not helpful.
1:45:56
Just a white one no part of it. Thank you to Katie Van Gogh on
1:46:01
this show.
1:46:01
If you go on the show it you have to wear Baray
1:46:07
there is no there's no benefit. Oh, it's I don't think so. They
1:46:11
are verbal Twitter. I'm not It's not interesting. I'm sorry. It's
1:46:15
just not interesting. And you know, though, and I know what
1:46:19
the first question will be. Explain it to me like I'm a five
1:46:23
year old. So now I don't want to go there. Do not want to go
1:46:26
there. But thank you very much and thank you to all of our
1:46:30
artists. It is incredible what you do. It is one of the it is
1:46:36
the cherry on top of the cake that we bake twice a week. It
1:46:40
really is. It really really is. And thank you for putting your
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lb wallets in there so I can get you on the boosts. But thanks to
1:46:49
our executive and Associate Executive Producers shortlist
1:46:51
today, but we do have some make goods still left over from the
1:46:55
1500 and 15th anniversary celebration week. And oh, do you
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have Matthew prices? I don't have his notes handy yet. Do you
1:47:04
have his note? Who was our note that the number one donor is the
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number one donor 345 Okay, yeah, go for
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it. I have it right here.
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Thank you. Thank you.
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It was part of a card that had to be disassembled so it could
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Indialantic Where the hell's the Atlantic? Says Indialantic
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Florida Okay. Never heard of Happy anniversary. Gentlemen,
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congratulations on 15 years in media deconstruction, this
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donation will put me over the threshold for knighthood. And it
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this is not doubling anything is straight up. And as a humble
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human resource, I would like to be knighted as surplus to
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requirements. Okay. is on the list even I don't know. We have
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let me see. I think so much is in blue. So I guess he is let me
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check. That I'll read the rest. Cheers to 15 more years yours,
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Matt.
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33333. Jingles sorry John and Adam Biden whole load. Trump
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massive dumps Fauci Wiese Obama you might die that's true. Too
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many jingles five. But will I think Adam might be able to do
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it. ITM get mo nation first off I am calling my step down step
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dad out as a douche bag. Just donation is to ask get mo nation
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this. We want to hear that again. Thank you for your
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courage, Sir Thomas McKean. I'm gonna
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give you the whole load today. They did dumps, they call them
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dumps big
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massive dump. You might not that's true.
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No. Okay. Yikes. Thank you very much sir Thomas. Natalie Swirsky
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is our only Associate Executive Producer today. She's in
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Kingwood, Texas to one 2.12 Nice palindrome. And my husband
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hitting me in the mouth multiple times over the years. i How many
1:50:50
times do you need to get hit in the mouth? At what point do you
1:50:52
wake up?
1:50:54
And he actually talks eight days.
1:50:57
I told him I wanted to live in my happy little bubble. I didn't
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want to hear about the news. One day, however, I decided to give
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your podcast a shot. And I haven't looked back since love
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Yeah, that's a story right there man. Nice. Thank you, Natalie.
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medyo May I give you a karma for that since you you've got karma?
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Oh, nice. And that's concludes our list of executive and
1:51:25
Associate Executive Producers again short,
1:51:27
but would you like to make goods now? Uh, hopefully
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we'll be able to pick up later. Yes, please just do some make
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goods and that didn't will eventually be all caught up.
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Okay. Now these are make goods from 1499 1500 50 No one more or
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less. We apologize. But I think we're getting closer for
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brevity, and we're not going to do jingles but we will do
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douchebags and d do things etc. Dakota see Adam, John, thank you
1:51:54
so much, incredibly much for the 1500 episodes. I began my quest
1:51:57
for knighthood in 2019 pro COVID pre COVID pro COVID We've always
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been pro COVID pre COVID Your deconstruct your deconstructing
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work in so much as a millennial finishing working in electrical
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field, who just acquired a human resource? Also, I started from
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episode one. Please. Wow. Please see accounting below along with
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double critters here that from last month brings me to
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knighthood. I'd like to be known as Sir grey writer of the
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Templar. And I'd like to call out our sea as a douche. Please
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bring smoked brisket tacos, and the three Creekstone fly rye
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1:52:38
why were you so sure of a Republican president in 2007?
1:52:43
I've begun the quest of listening to all the episodes.
1:52:46
Well, because sometimes he's just wrong. But yeah, so when we
1:52:54
started the show, this Dakota see, has started listening from
1:52:58
episode one. And says John in 2007 Why were you so sure of a
1:53:03
Republican president?
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I was not up to speed
1:53:12
you hadn't been hitting the mouth properly yet. Something
1:53:15
was wrong with me. David right in the morning. That's that
1:53:21
sounds kind of sad the way you said that. was wrong. Thank you
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crackpot and buzzkill for 15 years of courageous service and
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Happy Show 1500 Here's to 1500 more shout out to Sir Burgess of
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Everybody. First and foremost, I probably need a triple dose of
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It was announced that my switcher route donation brought
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By the way, these people will be black dame's are knights today
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you're not going to open it at all. You're just going to make
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me strong. You
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want me to go and open it?
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Well, you know, there's only if you are
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I'm gonna give you an authentic compliment. You read the soul?
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Well? Yeah, for some reason, because you actually have
1:55:56
sincerity and you you're just great. You know why? Because I
1:55:59
care about people John. Yeah, you do. And I think that's
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because you do such a great job I just far as I'm concerned. I
1:56:06
can start shorting beers
1:56:08
garbage. Here's the thing so my voice is crack and all sudden I
1:56:11
hear you go. It didn't even mind. Mine has no fears. Now, my
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Dr. Pepper is flat. Oh, you
1:56:17
heard me open a can. Okay, I
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drank Parker Polly here from the Susquehanna Valley. WSQ V.
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sastra. had about a top 40 radio. I've been to that
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station. Adam and John in the morning thank you. Thank you.
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Thank you for your insights your sanity your humor twice weekly.
1:56:33
I'm a better person for having listened all these years no
1:56:35
joke. I also have a blast creating no agenda art and it's
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value to the show. With this donation I have the honor of
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bellying up to the roundtable please Knight me sir dude named
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Parker pollack. With his title I want to reestablish that I am a
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man, a fellow agent, a male a dude equipped with twigs and
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berries. Hi, beseech you misgendered me no more.
1:56:58
We have done this consistently.
1:57:01
And we'll do it again. Adam, this starving artists.
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I don't think so. This starving
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artists humbly request prune pierogi and pumpkin whoopie pies
1:57:11
at the round table
1:57:12
and has no idea what a prune Perotti could even be, like,
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makes you makes you poop. dies. It's been a privilege.
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Congratulations on 1500 shows I raised a glass and no agenda
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past, present and future. Thank you, Ron and Mary Nelson, from
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Moore's Hill Indiana crackpot and buzzkill before you read any
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more please call me out as a douchebag since around 2012, and
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there's no excuse I'll be grateful if you would see fit
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now to deduce me. You've been de douche please just deduce me
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with a knockoff Chinese version since I'm not worthy of the
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homegrown this okay we gave you we gave you a full
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we actually did we get Danny the knockoffs in the better hurry
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up. So there are no no weed. No, we were restocked with good
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stuff. Oh, this is the good stuff. Yeah, no more of these.
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No, no, not God, we reached into the way you get around that I'm
1:58:04
just telling you what it was to import stuff from China. Quality
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control. Now that
1:58:08
I've been released of this burden, I just want to say how
1:58:10
grateful I am for the two of you influencing the way that I see
1:58:13
the world and the media, you have had a profound impact on my
1:58:16
life and for that I'm grateful. Your service to humanity. It's
1:58:22
also your service to humanity. I can't even say it right. I need
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Lloyd Bridges your service to humanity during the pandemic
1:58:29
will be known for generations.
1:58:35
Let's hope so.
1:58:37
You know, we used to say when there's a million no agenda CDs,
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listen to the no agenda show you need to download episodes onto
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onto a USB disk onto drives. You need to you need to have these
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survive. Don't think that no agenda nation.com or slash
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analysis and reasoned approach helped us a lot of us not suffer
1:59:09
mass formation under the power hungry tyrant spell. Your
1:59:13
introduction to us of individuals like Professor
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Mathias to Smith and a host of others goes way beyond the
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pennies I give you as a flight attendant for a major airline
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for 38 plus years. This became a real challenge with the
1:59:24
possibility of being terminated however, in part due to your
1:59:27
steady analysis and humor, and what most of all, most of all,
1:59:30
my faith in Jesus Christ I was emboldened to resist. I was
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granted a religious exemption and joined other flight
1:59:36
attendants to support each other in a group that we called the
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organics. You should have called the unleaded I would like to
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night my nickname to be sir hydration transfer. Sir
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hydration transfer engineer of the Shadowlands. At the
1:59:52
roundtable. I'd like to add my wife's amazing sweet cinnamon
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bread, French toast and black Nicaraguan coffee. My smokin hot
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wife of 35 years called me douche bag when I started
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sharing no agenda whether she felt I was bringing shame to our
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good name for not donating so she'll be relieved that this
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stain has been removed and I am now a night of the no agenda
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roundtable Oh, forgot I hit my sister Pam in the mouth and in a
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year and I've noticed she hasn't donated although I'm feeling a
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little guilty and calling her out since I was in the boot camp
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for so long. Okay. Thank you very much, Ron, and Mary and Ron
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Nelson. Hi everybody. Thank you. Sean D.
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Is anyone any pagan karma? By the way?
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I'm not given any I didn't get credited for producers show
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Yesterday, Shawn, you're doing Sean DS? Yes, this
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is Sean D. Okay, why?
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I was just wondering where you were you didn't do any jingles
2:00:54
but
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I haven't done any camping. I'm not doing any jingles here. I
2:00:58
already pre announced them
2:01:03
this just just broke
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we had we had Oh, okay. All right. The No don't bring it up.
2:01:09
You want jingles? Don't go back and do all the no no. I do not
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want what is wrong with you?
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Maniac.
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No comment other than keep up the good work. Thanks for all
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you to do. Sir Shawn Knight of the cisgendered third world
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jungle. You got it. Martina no and Martina. Here's I think it's
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Martina. Maybe not Martine. No, I'm pretty sure this is Martina.
2:01:31
I think she's a a female airline pilots. Believe. I hope I didn't
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miss gender.
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A lot of pilots. Yeah. A lot of people in the airline industry
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and cops and military. And by the way, just for the people out
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there need to know. I did it. I finally did it. After two years
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you
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renewed your ham radio license.
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It's the biggest pain in the ass anyone could possibly imagine.
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The website is unusable. It's been on Yeah, this is no it's
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been I had you know if anyone wants to renew their license,
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just let the AARP do it for you is subscribe for one year and
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you'll get it they'll do it. They will renew your license.
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Yes that you get a note when your license expires from the
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AARP. Hey, you want your license renew? We'll do it.
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Cool. I'll wait for that come
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up on it. I had to call Washington DC and talk to the
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FCC and have to be Acme I had to be walked through the website oh
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how embarrassing is very embarrassing and then there's a
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bunch of stuff like Wait
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so one sec. No, no, no, we can't let this go by John. I can't let
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this just go by FCC Can you put out put you on hold for one
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second? Okay. I got some old dude who can't figure out the
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website right Am I right?
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No not at all because you could tell that this all these guys do
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so they spent it takes about 45 minutes by the way. My comment
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is something like this half the time I'm supposed to put what in
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there and it's like he's a huge effort and embrace it but the
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effort and numbers already know you've just put the pool down
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and put it in but it's already on the page. This seems
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redundant. Oh goodness. And so my comment is mostly well that
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seems redundant. Well that seems redundant and two guys you keep
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walking me through and so I can find it and you click over here
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you
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guys really annoying can you take this call he says it's over
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in Dundee so it's a p i don't i don't use this this term lightly
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and put it in oh man said piece of shit
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which is pretty much like every ham radio website on the
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internet does it still use blink tags this thing to renew your
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license? I
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wouldn't know I didn't see any they had a lot of dropdowns
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You crack me up so back to Martina with a double credit
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So I got a bunch of clips because Jordan Peterson was on
2:09:58
the Piers Morgan show no Oh, that's why you have the clip.
2:10:01
Okay, good. And that's where that clip came because he talks
2:10:04
about and I think you'll like these clips because it's about
2:10:07
Instagram celebrities and psychopaths online. It's about
2:10:11
everything you talk about with you over a under educated over
2:10:15
socialized, but he's thinks is more than that he has a lot of
2:10:18
nutcases in the process I want to pull up just a side clip out.
2:10:23
In the process of discussing this Piers Morgan makes the
2:10:26
following clip just the Piers Morgan clip, just play this and
2:10:30
tell me what lunatic would say this whole matter appears. Don't
2:10:38
see. Go here. Yeah, I got it.
2:10:42
I actually I had a psych. I had a psychopath test done on me
2:10:46
actually, a lengthy questionnaire and they concluded
2:10:48
I was a good psychopath,
2:10:50
a psychopath test?
2:10:54
Data Psychopath Test done on him. And it turned out that he's
2:10:57
a psychopath, but a good one. Well, then Peterson kind of very
2:11:03
well. Oh, I'm gonna hear that again.
2:11:05
I had a psych I had a psychopath test done on me actually, a
2:11:10
lengthy questionnaire and they concluded I was a good
2:11:12
psychopath.
2:11:14
A good psychopath? Well, sounds, describes it.
2:11:19
Alright, so let's listen to some of these clips. This is pretty
2:11:21
funny stuff. So let's go with the we can do with the crazy
2:11:27
women clip. But let's go with Pearson on Insta influencers,
2:11:32
just got a paper sent to me today by Jonathan Hite. He
2:11:35
didn't write the paper. It's, it will be published. It's
2:11:39
published in a journal called Personality and Individual
2:11:41
differences. And it's an examination of the personality
2:11:44
traits associated with let's say excessive and self promoting
2:11:50
internet usage. And if you don't mind, I'd like to read you a
2:11:54
couple of the descriptions of what the people found, because
2:11:57
it's so absolutely spot on and relevant. I don't think we are
2:12:00
descending into tribalism. I think what's happening is that
2:12:04
the virtualization of the world is enabling people who behave in
2:12:10
a particular antisocial way in a self aggrandizing and self
2:12:14
promoting antisocial way. And I'll just read you the
2:12:17
descriptions that are taken directly from this paper. So it
2:12:20
was an actual study of online behavior. Women characterized by
2:12:24
high self centered antagonism, neurotic narcissism,
2:12:29
Machiavellian views, Machiavellian tactics. So that's
2:12:33
manipulative, manipulative, pneus, meanness, disinhibition,
2:12:38
physical sadism, and indirect sadism used Instagram for a
2:12:43
longer time and more frequently than the men in women, verbal
2:12:48
sadism and emotionality was associated with longer. Well,
2:12:52
honesty, humility, and conscientiousness was with a
2:12:55
shorter Facebook usage time. Furthermore, women high in
2:13:01
agentic extraversion so that's manipulative self promotion, and
2:13:04
indirect sadism used Facebook for a longer time, and more
2:13:08
frequently than men. And so I've thought for a while that one of
2:13:12
the things that's happening to us as we virtualized the world
2:13:15
is that we're enabling the small percentage of people it's
2:13:20
usually about 3% in general populations, who use
2:13:24
manipulation and reputation savaging and denigration and
2:13:28
self promotion. So the genuinely psychopathic types to dominate
2:13:33
the social conversation and to spew their poisonous and
2:13:36
manipulate the venom into the public domain. Not only with no
2:13:40
fear of being stopped and no and no inhibition, which is almost
2:13:46
all applied socially, but also well being monetized and
2:13:50
promoted by the people who run the social media channels.
2:13:54
Okay, I'd say two things. One, it's being amplified. This 3% to
2:14:01
3% seems low.
2:14:04
Well, I think is 3% always refers to the percentage of the
2:14:08
population that are genuine psycho or sociopaths,
2:14:12
but then 30% Is copycatting those psychopaths is that what
2:14:16
I'm supposed to
2:14:18
follow? I don't know. But but because the 3% is I don't know
2:14:24
why you think it's low because the number of people that if you
2:14:26
go on Instagram Insta and you find some of these people I
2:14:30
follow a few of them it's just like fascinating to watch them
2:14:34
just take pictures of themselves over and over and over and under
2:14:38
any circumstance picture picture picture.
2:14:42
Okay. I can't help but think of Scott Adams. This is exactly
2:14:49
this is exactly the the woman he loves Scott Adams posting weird
2:14:53
stuff he posted. I'm gonna paraphrase but I think it was
2:14:59
what is interesting gram good for No, no, I'm sorry. It was a
2:15:04
Why did I get married because I wanted to have a week long of
2:15:07
fantastic sex with an Instagram model in Vegas or something like
2:15:11
that, which sounds exactly like how they met. It's, it's
2:15:15
destructive. I mean, that that woman, I'll say that woman who
2:15:19
totally suckered Scott Adams, not a sophisticated player at
2:15:25
all, as it has damaged him is dead, Insta, indirectly has
2:15:30
damaged him. And I think she is an example, if I were to call
2:15:32
anyone, or say anyone has maybe some psychopathic, that would be
2:15:36
one I'd be looking at.
2:15:37
There's lots of them. And I think it's just she's one of
2:15:42
many. And if you if you've, it's just like frightening to see
2:15:46
some of them and they're just gonna kill you anyway, part two
2:15:50
of the same as he wraps this, this part,
2:15:53
every society forever has had to contend with a small percentage
2:15:57
of people who will utilize all the benefits of society only for
2:16:01
themselves. They had to contend with the fact that those people,
2:16:04
if not brought under control, can demolish the structure of
2:16:08
the entire society. And I think the polarization that we're
2:16:12
feeling is a consequence of their untrammeled expression,
2:16:16
online, Instagram, Facebook, and in any and online comment.
2:16:22
forums like Twitter,
2:16:24
but but then that, that stuff you read out just seems to be
2:16:28
gender specific to women. Bazoom me also applies in other ways to
2:16:31
men as well on social media.
2:16:33
Oh, yeah. Well, I I think the reason that it deployed in this
2:16:36
study in women is because Instagram is very heavy, heavy
2:16:40
image use image. It involves heavy use of images. And there
2:16:45
are reasons to assume that because of that, it attracts
2:16:48
women who are directed towards short term impulsive mating
2:16:51
strategies, and that's another sign of impulsive, antisocial
2:16:54
and psychopathic behavior.
2:16:58
I wish he would deconstruct dating apps.
2:17:03
Oh, he you know, he'd be this one. You know, he's, he did this
2:17:07
interview with Piers Morgan and people can look it up. But he
2:17:09
also did a longer thing with a huge Hoover Institution and that
2:17:13
guy that you know, this is the interviews over there. Victor
2:17:16
David Hanson. No, no, Victor David enhances the guests
2:17:19
usually being interviewed by the guy who does the interviewing
2:17:23
goes over to Hanson has gone off and done his own podcast now
2:17:26
this I can't remember the guys name Robinson I think his last
2:17:29
name and he does interviews and he had a great time on our long
2:17:33
leg. It was more of a lecture than anything else by Peterson I
2:17:36
thought he's back on form because Peterson over the last
2:17:39
few years has just been you know trying to recover from his his
2:17:42
moment where almost died from drug use. But yeah, he's he's
2:17:47
got back on track, I think does my second one this is the these
2:17:52
are actually discrepant, but let's play just Peterson one.
2:17:56
And then I'm sorry, then it'd been the last one after that,
2:18:00
okay,
2:18:00
shouldn't be required to implement no your customer laws.
2:18:04
And then that the people who are posting who are genuine,
2:18:07
verified human beings willing to abide by their words with their
2:18:11
personal reputation should be put in one comment section. And
2:18:15
then the online anonymous cowardly, narcissistic
2:18:19
pathological troll demons who are polluting the public
2:18:22
discourse should be put in a different common section. And if
2:18:25
you want to go to hell, and visit the troll demons and see
2:18:28
what they have to spew, you can, but otherwise you can be among
2:18:32
the normal human beings engaged in normal civil human disperse,
2:18:36
and that would separate the bloody psychopaths from the from
2:18:40
the bulk of decent normal people. And you know, 97% of
2:18:44
people aren't psychopaths.
2:18:46
This is the stuff I don't like Peterson for. So he's going to
2:18:50
tell us how to fix Insta how to fix social networks. This
2:18:54
is specific to Twitter this but she doesn't it doesn't doesn't
2:18:57
matter. It's no I agree.
2:18:58
But let me finish. Okay, what I would prefer this man say is
2:19:04
avoid Silicon Valley altogether that it is actually it's a bug
2:19:08
on the internet route around it. Now this is the guys that have
2:19:12
the guy. I know. That's why I'm a little disappointed in nadian
2:19:17
Oh, I'm sorry. I expect too much.
2:19:20
You're expecting way too much. If he was if he was actually,
2:19:24
you know, moved to silicon, San Jose or San Francisco. It
2:19:28
wouldn't take much.
2:19:31
But he's he's in the Ben Shapiro group. And so he's sitting
2:19:38
pretty and those guys are all about fighting the new
2:19:42
mainstream which they think their fight is with Twitter and
2:19:46
Facebook and all that stuff. Where's there's no fight, go
2:19:49
over to the Fetty do a pod on the Fetty there's the I would
2:19:53
like to know is are there. Do we know people will completely
2:19:57
narcissistic nut jobs in the Fetty No, because there's no
2:20:01
algos in the Fetti. So he's just wasting his breath telling
2:20:05
people how to fix the stuff that is toxic. We don't need and
2:20:09
people enjoy not being on it. That's, that's, I wish he would
2:20:13
do that. But he's in the system man. He's fighting a fight,
2:20:17
man. He's a man. He's a part of this problem.
2:20:19
You dig it? Okay. All right, part two, part two.
2:20:23
This is where it's not really part two. It's I think it's
2:20:25
slightly separate. This is Peterson, crazy women,
2:20:27
mega Markel Prince Harry's wife who does this. Let me
2:20:31
let me preface this crazy with Have you wondered if you listen
2:20:37
to Megan Merkel's podcast?
2:20:40
Let me see no. She's got
2:20:43
a podcast and pieces brought up in the podcast. Pierce is more
2:20:48
than happy to take a clip from her podcasts which includes him.
2:20:51
It Peterson blows up at this. And he Benny, he does something
2:20:57
I've never heard him do before and he doesn't do it as well as
2:21:00
he could but not as well as we do it. Which is he mimics her
2:21:04
and then does a little take on her voice ganging it you know.
2:21:08
Yeah. Which he never does take and so I just thought this was
2:21:11
quite interesting is very entertaining. And he just pierce
2:21:15
we know hates Megan Markel. And I guess Peterson does too. I
2:21:21
didn't know that
2:21:22
mega Markel Prince Harry's wife who does this podcast, Archie
2:21:26
Well, podcast. Archetypes is cool. And when she seems to
2:21:30
parentally play the victim, the female victim of all outrages,
2:21:35
and your name got dragged into this. Let's take a listen to
2:21:38
what you said.
2:21:39
Raise your hand if you've ever been called crazy or hysterical.
2:21:48
Or what about nuts insane out of your mind completely irrational
2:21:54
by don't think that men can control crazy women. The use of
2:21:57
these labels
2:21:57
has been drilled into us from movies and TV, from friends and
2:22:01
family and even from random strangers. And the fact is, no
2:22:06
one wants this label.
2:22:09
What did you make of that Jordan to be suddenly appearing on Mega
2:22:11
Michaels podcast as a villain? The first thing I'm holding
2:22:15
women crazy is
2:22:16
that she? Yeah, well, the first thing I make of it is that her
2:22:20
voice drips with the same falsehood that the voice of
2:22:24
Kamala Harris drips with. It's this sanctimonious, faux
2:22:29
compassionate talking down to her audience and trying to be
2:22:32
sure that we're all really on the same compassionate page
2:22:36
here. And we're all being victimized by terrible forces
2:22:39
that are arrayed against us. None of that's really fair. And
2:22:42
it's it just grates on me and I do believe I do believe I do
2:22:47
believe you played a bit of a clip. When I was talking to
2:22:54
Talia Camille pelea, the literary critic, and I do
2:22:59
believe I do believe I do believe that it is the case that
2:23:03
it's very difficult to control female antisocial behavior,
2:23:06
often of the type that's been pilloried as hysterical. And I
2:23:10
think that there is no shortage of clinical evidence to support
2:23:14
precisely that claim. It's very difficult for women to control
2:23:18
female antisocial behavior and females who are antisocial, that
2:23:22
feminine pattern is reputation savaging under the guise of
2:23:26
compassionate care. And it's it's extraordinarily
2:23:29
destructive.
2:23:33
Yeah, in in that playing field, yes, people who aren't who
2:23:37
aren't a part of that aren't that way. I don't know it. I
2:23:42
like I've always liked Jordan Peterson. I've liked him for a
2:23:45
long time. I'm glad that he lives. You know, but it's to me
2:23:49
it's just more of you who even Why do you even bring up Why do
2:23:53
you go on a show to talk about Megan Markel? What are you going
2:23:57
to show as
2:23:59
well he didn't go on the show to talk about Megan Markel. This is
2:24:04
Pierce brought it up. I
2:24:05
understand but what he's talking about will crazy women on Insta?
2:24:11
Yeah. John, I just don't like his advice. I think it's advice.
2:24:15
Should we get off of it? Do something else with your life?
2:24:18
Yeah.
2:24:20
All right. A little bit of food intelligence there. It's going
2:24:23
fast now. So this this is just this week. In fake food, though
2:24:30
we need a jingle a startup has turned seaweed into delicious
2:24:37
vegan bacon. The Dutch I picked this up from the Dutch telegraph
2:24:44
have developed a coffee without a bean.
2:24:51
Why wait? Don't coffee plants take carbon dioxide out of the
2:24:57
air and they're valuable and they produce these beans And
2:25:00
then you can make coffee out and what would you want to
2:25:02
substitute that for? Well, how could it be more green than
2:25:06
that?
2:25:08
So this is it's made of soy palm oil. Why? Because we need okay,
2:25:17
why? Because coffee beans are expensive. Why not just sell
2:25:21
people the soy repackages coffee for the same price. That's why,
2:25:27
by the way, we should mention just for historical purposes,
2:25:31
there was a product and I think it still exists called post him.
2:25:36
Punch was a post them POS TQM which was a coffee substitute.
2:25:43
That became very popular during World War Two. Huh.
2:25:49
That's interesting. why would why? Oh, because there was no
2:25:52
money. There you go. Well, that's why
2:25:53
no World War Two there was that you know, everything was
2:25:55
rationed. And so
2:25:57
they're getting ready for the next rationing period with
2:26:00
basically warm crayon box on a box from your own news.
2:26:05
Headline. It's like brewing beer. This startup makes baby
2:26:10
formula with human proteins to mimic breast milk. Yeah, this is
2:26:16
good. And this is this is the stuff that they're making. And
2:26:19
people are going brooch milk and it's not even this is all lab
2:26:22
grown. Now just as this is another good one. In Berkeley,
2:26:28
California per litre. Are you familiar with Perlita? Perlita?
2:26:32
No, it's a Perlita Missy. It sounds like it's some kind of
2:26:37
little oyster joint. No, no, it's a startup. Her Aleta but
2:26:43
they are from Berkeley. They have announced plant based
2:26:46
oysters. I mean, who needs the protein of an oyster get to
2:26:52
plant plant great. But the kicker today John just to show
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you where we're at the Food and Drug Administration. You know
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them has approved laboratory grown meat for human consumption
2:27:07
for the first time. And it's called upside upside the upside
2:27:14
meet upside foods you can find them at I think it's upside
2:27:21
food.com Let's see It's okay they traded upside foods.com No
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one let me see I don't think so. They will be because there's
2:27:29
some oh my goodness I've been seeing this they got celebrity
2:27:33
endorsements.
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lawsuit waiting to happen.
2:27:36
Well all right here is this is their chicken. So they have you
2:27:43
see the Prato
2:27:44
sheep is crapping meat in the world. They're gonna make in a
2:27:47
lab, our foods,
2:27:49
the upside of chicken and they have coming soon. So they're the
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only half chicken right now but coming soon they will have all
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kinds of meats. Yeah, what is the science of it? Start with
2:28:04
chicken. Yeah, hold on, we're gonna start with chicken. Here
2:28:06
it is. So the Science page from one chicken to enough chicken
2:28:10
for everyone. Our production process starts by taking a
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sample of primary cells from a chicken or fertilized egg. From
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this sample, our team selects ideal cells for developing a
2:28:23
commercial cell line. The winning cells get a blue ribbon
2:28:27
are chosen based on their ability to produce high quality
2:28:30
meat and grow predictably and consistently. This process is
2:28:33
called the immortalization. That's, that's immortalization.
2:28:42
Once the cell is established, we're able to draw from it for
2:28:45
years, if not decades to come, reducing the need to take
2:28:49
additional cell samples from animals. This is this is
2:28:52
actually fascinating. Step two. In the production process, we
2:28:58
have our cell line established and are ready to begin producing
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meat from those small samples. To make upside chicken meat. We
2:29:05
need to nourish the cells. We've developed a proprietary cell
2:29:09
culture medium or cell feed that's optimized for ourselves
2:29:13
needs and consists mostly of common compounds found in animal
2:29:17
feed and human food including amnio acids, fatty acids,
2:29:21
sugars, trace elements, salts vitamins, so then they get and
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then they cultivate it, and they put them into a vessel called a
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cultivator. Where I guess it just ferments and becomes yeast.
2:29:35
After about three weeks, the tissue is ready for harvest. We
2:29:39
remove the tissue from the cultivators and separate out any
2:29:41
remaining cell feed and Baba, and then that then it's good to
2:29:45
eat they need to pack it. Once harvested, the meat is ready to
2:29:49
be inspected, prepared, packed, served and enjoyed. They forget
2:29:53
the whole process where they make it look like chicken and
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who is the celebrity endorser? No one less than Sir Richard
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Branson
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How you doing? Good to see you.
2:30:07
Really excited and looking forward to tasting your latest
2:30:10
rendition.
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Thank you. We're cooking chicken piccata with Baron Weinstein has
2:30:16
already smells good but isn't from Vitor.
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Yeah. Holding you guys over there you just come over here
2:30:22
and look at this. This is extraordinary. I know we're
2:30:24
making a little film but this is just everybody who
2:30:27
by the way in this film, he makes the crew and the producers
2:30:30
eat it first. And then he takes a bite he's not stupid he's
2:30:34
hiding in the background to come and say this this is just too
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good to be