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December 29th, 2022 • 3h 5m

1516: Carbon Bomb

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I'm very sorry. Adam curry, John C. Dvorak.
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December 29 2022 This is your award winning keep our nation
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media assassination episode 1516 This
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is no agenda.
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No celebrating Swanson broadcasting live from the heart
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of Texas Hill Country here in FEMA Region number six in the
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morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry
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from Northern Silicon Valley. Where it's raining I'm Jhansi
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Dvorak.
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Yeah, it's been it's rained every night here as well.
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Although it's no longer freezing, like the rest. No.
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Temperatures cranked way up. Yeah, remember, this was
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supposed to be Texas's grid failure moment we're gonna be
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we're all gonna die in Texas. And of course, no one paid
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attention to what the storms were actually doing. And so the
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Northeast got hammered. Blizzard of the century blizzard of the
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century tonight.
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Breaking news. As we come on the air the death toll in Buffalo
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climbing, as New York's governor declares the brutal winter
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storm, the blizzard of the century.
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Century because the last blizzard of the century was in
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the 70s. Of course. 1977 to be exact.
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That was during the that was during the era of global cooling
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and all the reports at the time. It made sense. Use the global
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cooling angle to talk about the blizzard of the century back in
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77. In fact, it went on it was even a few years later, we're
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still having these issues.
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Yeah. Yeah, I know. It's cold. It's cold. But it's this has
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been bad. I mean, you look at Buffalo the reporting, number of
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people froze to death in their cars. Now I'm just going to go
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out on a limb and think that some of those might have been
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Tesla's or other electronic vehicles that didn't quite have
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the range people expected. Because that happened. In Yahoo.
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In New York, the snow the snow plow trucks. just conked out
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there in New York bought electric snowplow trucks and
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electric garbage trucks. Same process. Same problem to the
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trash everywhere hold. No, they don't know. Oh, gee, that no one
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no, they didn't put that in the brochure. Damn, and, and then
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that's the one thing about the snow plow trucks that don't work
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during an arrow a time when you need snow plow trucks. Yeah.
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It's not really discussed much in the mainstream.
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Well, no, that kind of ruins the whole idea of, of net zero,
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carbon Net Zero, whatever everyone's going for. Although,
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you know, the Wall Street Journal is now starting to hear.
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Of course, Wall Street Journal main notes and a plan submitted
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to the Federal Highway Administration this summer that
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cold temperatures will remain a top challenge for adoption since
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cold weather reduces Evie range and increases charging times
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when temperatures dropped to five degrees Fahrenheit cars
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chief only 54% of their quoted range. So a vehicle supposedly
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able to go two and 50 miles between charges will only make
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135 miles on average. Also, a lot of reports of people died.
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Suddenly, while shoveling snow. Said another thing I don't
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remember. Do you remember this? Yeah. Now
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I only remember that one either. I mean, maybe you'd hear once
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and moan about it but just dropped dead.
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Maybe it's because of social media? I don't know. And in
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Australia, yeah,
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we all actually that has to be taken. And I will say that word
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actually I realized that she's never you know, no, it's okay.
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Well, well, actually. It's something that needs to be taken
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into account. That's true. Yeah. In what way you do it, it makes
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things exaggerated or it refocuses and said funny ways.
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It brings out things that may exist like the camera, the guy
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with you know, the, to get people with phone cameras,
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taking pictures of everything that's changed the way things
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are viewed.
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While in Australia, on Sky Sky News, they really need to be
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careful what they're viewing on social media. In fact, they
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looked at the way this story goes, they they saw something on
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social media. But then you know, social media is bad and you
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shouldn't believe this. Listen to this.
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Let's bring in the panel and talk about some of the stories
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making news on the panel tonight. Distinguished
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journalist Rebecca Weiser, currently editing the spectator,
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Australia while our own Roland Dean takes a well earned break.
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And James McPherson who, as it happens, writes for the
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spectator Australia, and declaration of interest so why
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let's begin Rebecca with you. American has been hit by a bomb
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cyclone buried in snow and there's been this Finishing
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story of people, footage actually people laughing at a
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corpse. Someone has died from the cold in the snow Now where's
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Australian sleep? No one could ever do that. It is just an
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amazing story and amazing footage, isn't it?
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Now before we got her answer, did you hear about this? No, I
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did not. I did not hear about it either. So I was very curious
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like So Deb. So there's footage footage they're reporting on
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footage of Americans in in Buffalo, New York laughing at a
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corpse that froze to death in the snow. What kind of animals?
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Are we
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good? It is just an amazing story and amazing footage, isn't
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it?
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Yeah, I haven't seen the footage. I think the platform
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was prepared
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to comment.
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Well listen, and she's even saying, Oh, I guess the
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platform's thought it was just too much. I haven't
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seen the footage. I think the platform's decided it was too
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cruel and too shocking to show. But every it is horrific. It's
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sort of like this
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is unbelievable. This lady, who is a reporter for a newspaper
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says, oh, yeah, so I haven't seen it. But it's horrific,
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isn't it? And of course, you know, we couldn't find it
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anywhere. The platforms took a look, I went to Bridey on I went
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to rumble, I went to every single alternative platform, I
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could find nothing except this new story,
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Lord of the Flies as if one minute living in a civilized
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country, and then the mask is torn off it and you sort of see
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really just how low people can go.
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Yes. And it's the sort of thing that for Australians, we think,
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no, no, when it's tough, we go together, we get together. That
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doesn't happen in this case.
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No, not in that. I must say over the last couple of years, I've
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felt a little disheartened, even here in Australia that we've
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seen in the pandemic, people were pitted against each other
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debating each other over whether they were wearing a mask or not
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saying some very and social media, we see people behaving
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terribly every day
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is not the real world. Social media is not the real world.
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Just remember that.
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But we'll report on social media even though it's not the real
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world.
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And even though we don't have any examples that are accurate,
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that we can show no because it was on the platform made it may.
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But I think was the arrogance of re in Australia. Lousy
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Americans.
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I know it's crazy. Good work, people could work. Now of course
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history media is a worldwide phenomenon.
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The real story. That is that is all over the headlines is
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Southwest Airlines who are about to go out of business. Yeah,
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good. Good. I have a
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couple of clips. But before we go into that, I wanted to sit to
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read a note from our now official dubbed official by me,
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Navy meteorologist who gives us some more information on the
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bomb cyclone, okay. He says a bomb cyclone did happen a drop
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of 24 Millet bars and 20 fires happened in Quebec, Canada at
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9am on the 22nd
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of December. Oh, that was the bomb cyclone.
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Yeah. And he goes on he says the problem is that has been very
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little to do with the arctic cold outbreak. The cold air
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coming south from Alberta the bomb oogenesis and bomb cyclone
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terms are used in connection to this cold air mass in order to
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hype it up. Bomb cyclones usually happen fairly
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frequently. We studied two of them that happened when I was in
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grad school. All of the other science from the clips you
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played was crazy. Also a faster Jetstream is more dynamic and
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causes more bomb cyclones, which is exactly the opposite of what
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was said.
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So these are naval meteorologists and these are
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official official and so is he still
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got it. He doesn't want to be it. I just tell you I know all
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about him. I know quite a bit because he sent me a
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backgrounder. He's big he's a major guy.
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He's a major he's a major Okay, we got it. No, actually he's a
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lieutenant commander. Ooh, that was what my grandfather was in
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the Navy Lieutenant come and go now that's that's a serious
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position.
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So but that I'm not even gonna say his name because it's no no,
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no, no, no, no, no, it's a fun it's fine. Your southwest flips
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you had southwest Eclipse Yes,
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I guess southwest close because the Southwest situation which
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you probably have a pretty good feeling for because you'd look
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at those those logs from the pilots. But let's listen to
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southwest woes. And this is on NTD part one.
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This is in di D. The federal government is investigating
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southwest
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sorry, people. People had to do it a trigger warning. The
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federal
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government is investigating Southwest Airlines. They want to
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find out why The company lagged so far behind other carriers
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during the holiday winter storm. The airline has canceled more
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than 12,000 flights since Friday and says it will operate at
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roughly a third of its capacity for the next several days. And
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today's Jeremy Sandberg has more on the cancellation catastrophe.
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Southwest Airlines continued to cancel flights on Tuesday,
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around 2600 more flights were scrubbed on the east coast by
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late afternoon. According to the flight tracking service
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FlightAware that accounts for over 80% Of the roughly 3000
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trips canceled nationwide on Tuesday. Aside from
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cancellations, many weary travelers were faced with the
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challenge of finding their luggage. 1000s of bags have
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piled up in airports around the country waiting for the rightful
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owners to claim them. Some customers are more understanding
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than others. I think
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it's the time to be kind and generous. And it is what it is.
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I'll stand no wait. It'll show up when it shows that Southwest
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didn't want to pay for anything. They didn't want to reimburse me
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they didn't want to put me in a hotel. So I dished out extra
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money to fly with American Airlines and I finally got here.
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The cancellations left many passengers stranded who don't
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have it in their budget to switch to another airline.
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I think they need somebody, somebody to be able to say
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something, even if it's a recording, telling the people
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that you know something, just to calm them down because
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everybody's not going to become like me and my boy,
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what is the element of surprise. So we wasn't anticipating this
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type of calamity what I would call it right now,
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and the cancellation calamity could continue through the week.
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Southwest canceled around 2500 flights Wednesday and nearly
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1400 for Thursday as it tries to restore order to its schedule.
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The airlines cancellations on Tuesday were 30 times more than
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the carrier with a second most cancellations Spirit Airlines.
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Southwest's CEO Bob Jordan issued a video apology to
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passengers and employees. He says the main driver of the
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problem was the winter storm.
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We're doing everything we can to return to a normal operation.
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And please also hear that I'm truly sorry.
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He sounded like Tim Cook oddly. Actually. Last bit again as
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interest relations
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on Tuesday were 30 times more than the carrier with a second
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most cancellations Spirit Airlines, Southwest's CEO Bob
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Jordan issued a video apology to passengers and employees. He
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says the main driver of the problem was the winter storm.
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We're doing everything we can to return to a normal operation.
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And please also hear that I'm truly sorry.
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Yes, flat. Well, I mean, do you want me to wait for the next
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clip or give me a little info?
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And well first of all, I want to mention that one of our
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producers sent me a note talking about a trick that he or get or
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trick or an idea where he went he knew that it is there he was
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stranded and his and he had to rebook on some other carrier.
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And he went at 430 in the morning when he knew the shift
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change was taking place to catch these guys right at the
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beginning of the shift knowing that they're going to be
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swamped. And he says, I I rebooked on on American or some
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other carrier and he put showed him the receipt. And he says the
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guy wrote him a counter check for the amount Oh, send him on
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his way.
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Okay. Santa Monica, how that
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how that would generally work. But there are some interesting
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tidbits in the second half of this. If you want to play the
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second, you might guess play a second half and then I'm sure
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you have some interesting insight.
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But the federal government wants to know why Southwest is lagging
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so far behind its competitors in returning to normalcy.
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Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says the weather
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problem doesn't explain why the airline can't locate baggage and
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doesn't even know where its own crews are.
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As I'm looking at the different airlines, most of them are in
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the low single digits in terms of cancellation rates, average
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averaging about 5% for all of the other airlines for Southwest
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right now. We appear to be north of 70%
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Buttigieg says federal regulations mandate that in
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situations where the airline has responsible vouchers for hotels
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and restaurants need to be offered without the customer
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requesting them. He says he talked with the airlines CEO
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about going above and beyond to make things right, a passenger
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shouldn't have to request that they need to be proactively
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offering that he pledged that they would and again we'll be
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watching to make sure that they follow through.
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The second vice president of Southwest Airlines Pilots
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Association says the meltdown was self perpetuated due to
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massive reassignment of pilots and a lack of IT infrastructure
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to facilitate that process.
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He looked at our competitors, right here in Denver, United
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Airlines, for instance, they went through the exact same
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weather system as we did. And they're aided in Castle's many
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flights and be their recovery is extremely. It's very expeditious
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work. Since we're still recovering
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in Congress, the Senate Commerce Committee has also promised an
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investigation to Senate Democrats are calling on
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Southwest to provide significant compensation for stranded
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travelers.
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Yeah, it's gonna be about $200 million. And I think this will
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be the death knell for Southwest. There'll be acquired
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or will go out of business. And I thought this was just the guy.
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I really thought end of the month. The schedules getting the
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air crew and the pilots, many whom retired, they were just
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short. Yes, partially, but really, this is indeed an IT
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problem. The Southwest ability to do what's called Riak comm ra
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AC c o m, which is rescheduling pilots and crews, their system
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just can't handle it. And this is a system that should have
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been upgraded 10 to 15 years ago, they did not do it. You
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know, Herb died, the original CEO and founder and you know, so
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we got this Tim Cook sound light guy in and they didn't do it.
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They just they did not do anything with their with their
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back office. The react calm has rescheduling the thing basically
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has to be rebooted every day, on a normal day. On a nautilus, on
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a normal day, Southwest has to reboot their booking system,
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which does not sound good. So besides that, yes, a lot of the
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ground personnel were replaced because of the COVID Sick
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policies. Now a lot of airlines participated in this scam. But
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the sick policies was basically Hey, you know what you should
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voluntarily we get laid off or just hang out until you know, we
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can call you back in again. And so a lot of people said screw
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it, I'm just going to not come back. And then they brought in
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new people. And these people, they don't care, they like I'm
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not gonna stand in the snow. This is this is the Southwest it
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was the airline with a real corporate culture, a real
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culture of weird, we're running this airline together, we love
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it. And they brought in people who were just looking for a
17:15
temporary gig for a lot of money. And the airlines were
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double dipping, they were taking money from the Cares Act. And
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for the for the fired, employees, and then the payroll
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or reimbursement. So if you remember how they were all
17:30
collecting money, they had billions and billions of dollars
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during COVID, we've kind of forgotten about it. So they took
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that option and didn't do anything with it. And so now
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they're stuck. And they can't get pilots because that is true.
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The pilots are just hard, you know, Chuck Schumer put in a
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regulation I think was in 2009 that really put the the cost of
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a pilot starting pilot from 50,000 to 300,000 for training
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the amount of hours etc. So the whole system is just broken and
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unfortunately southwest of the first one to go down. I don't
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think they'll recover from this. I think they will have to go
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bankrupt though. And I think it'll be an acquisition just do
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something that there's no way that they can rescue this
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airline is done. And I'm really sad about I love southwest.
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So when something like this happening, especially after the
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original CEO dies, goes, whatever happens.
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die suddenly.
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And I Southwest has never been a fan favorite amongst either air
18:35
port administrators because they're always trying to find
18:37
some little local operation nearby they can go to to get for
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cheaper rates. Like for example, in Seattle, the Southwest was
18:48
trying to negotiate with Boeing Field which is actually closer
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to Seattle. And to do their business their like Love Field
18:56
in Texas and Midway, they still use midway and Chicago They do
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this because the landing fees and all the restaurants is
19:04
cheaper, they can save money and pass the savings on to the
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customers. This is not an airline and there's always been
19:11
you know, they've always tried to keep prices down. And they
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have their own way of putting people in seats is not an
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airline that is liked by their competitors and I'm always
19:22
thinking that when something like this happens there's
19:25
somebody Hanky Panky going on somebody's trying to put them
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out of business and I think they've managed to do it
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I think you're right this this is it is done. I don't see any
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way of coming back and now Buddha judge of course now he's
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all over it. Oh we have a week sister. Oh, now I want to know
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what's going on how can we can your baggage dude bags have been
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messed up for two years with every airline every airport but
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no southwest they're gonna get
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even had a guy we're going into government stealing bags.
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That's where they went.
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Boo Boo. Buddha judges.
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We don't know if that's true.
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Now. So I see this as like some, when the original CEO is was
20:11
running that place that this this would not have happened.
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No, no. Well, thing is that me is just a setup, this new guy
20:19
with that monotone. I'm very sorry. This guy is part of the
20:25
problem. And, okay, I'm sure this shareholder lawsuit should
20:30
be coming.
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It doesn't matter. It doesn't fix our transportation system.
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This is the point we'll have someone will have a boogeyman.
20:40
And that'll be southwest. And everyone will say, well, it's
20:43
got to Southwest, Southwest. I mean, we got we got this huge
20:46
influx, but we can't handle it. There's too much. Now that I
20:50
think they finally got their scapegoat. That's what they were
20:52
looking for. And now we'll just have a broken system for as long
20:55
as it takes. And I think it could be five to 10 years before
20:59
we'll have any normalcy in the air transportation system. Which
21:05
is very bad for us and America kind of relies on flying.
21:08
Yeah, we are the flight nation. Yeah. Which is another thing if
21:13
you think about it. This may play into some other hands. You
21:17
know, let's get people on trains. High Speed Rail may be
21:20
back in play. It'll be discussed again. I bet should before it
21:24
before it during 2023 high speed rail. We'll be back at the top
21:28
of the conversation. Oh,
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goodness. I hope not.
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You know, it's coming.
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I really I really hope not. When was it last on deck? That was
21:41
Obama Obama. Yeah. Oh, and you
21:44
take it off the screen by Trump
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to a and you know, you won't have to you want to take off
21:51
your shoes. Do we still have that clip take off? Yeah, I
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mean, you see, Obama shoes out here it is. There it is. Yeah,
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here it is. Imagine boarding a train in the center of a city.
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No racing to an airport. And across the terminal. No delays.
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No
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sitting on the tarmac. No lost luggage. No taking off your
22:13
shoes.
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On the bar trains, good. Planes bad. Hey, we got the jingles for
22:21
every occasion. You name your climate change emergency. We've
22:25
got the jingles people. Good to go. So yeah, so that's that's
22:32
the main climate change news. We will just kill Southwest
22:37
Airlines and we'll pretend we didn't see the garbage truck but
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not able to function in New York City.
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Well, this is a replay of course of killing PSA, which is what
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Southwest was derived from in terms of theories. But PSA,
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which was specific Southwest Airlines in California in
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California had a big it was bought by think epfo was not
23:00
wasn't American it was might have been American to the other
23:03
one in which I went out of business. But they were bought
23:06
out and then PSA used to have these which was a great airline.
23:09
They're the ones who I don't think ever flew them. I don't
23:12
think ever father would terrific they were saying like almost
23:15
exactly the same like Southwest model like Southwest only. It
23:18
was the place that introduced the mini skirt to the to the
23:24
stewardesses.
23:26
And to the end of the day, and we could have him again with the
23:29
stewards.
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And they had a big smile painted on the front of the plane.
23:35
Oh, yeah, I remember those who had
23:38
a big smile on the plane. And when they were bought out by the
23:41
by a competitor and renamed they took the smile off immediately.
23:47
Isn't, aren't they don't they still exist? No. I think they're
23:55
really well PSA Airlines is an American regional airline.
23:59
Headquartered. They have a website like they're still
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operating.
24:03
Well, I've never seen it. There's no PSA flights it where
24:05
they used to fly. I mean, somebody could restart the
24:08
brand. I'm sure that could have been sold off or spun off. Oh,
24:12
yeah.
24:12
Okay. They basically became American Eagle. Right.
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Okay. Yeah. So as American that bottom Yeah. The American bottom
24:21
took the smile off their face that put some prop planes in
24:26
place. And that was the end of it. No, no, they're competing
24:30
with us regional jets.
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They got real airplanes. planes. And now we have it's almost I
24:42
think we should probably do COVID right now because this
24:45
this China thing has got us here in America, all completely. I
24:51
mean, not us. But the news has just taken over. You know, the
24:57
we just we're right back where we were in 2019 20 New 20.
25:01
Italy, as we predicted on the last show, nearly 50% of all
25:06
Chinese coming into Italy have COVID. Yeah. Oh man, I gotta
25:13
play some of this here. ABC,
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the US government is considering new travel restrictions for
25:18
people for people arriving from China, Beijing recently lifted,
25:22
it's no COVID policy, unleashing a huge spike in cases. And there
25:26
are doubts about the Chinese government's transparency, no
25:29
more data on when a new US policy could be announced.
25:34
Well, we know what the US policy is now because the US policy
25:37
will be that Chinese, Chinese have to have a negative COVID
25:43
test. I do not understand that this will start January 5, I
25:48
believe January 6, or January 8 is when the I think we're one of
25:53
the few countries left in the world who have a vaccine mandate
25:57
for non citizens residents to enter the country that will the
26:01
child is so if they have a negative test, and they have a
26:03
Chinese vaccine, Will they still be accepted? Or are they not
26:09
even checking Chinese vaccination rates, I mean, the
26:11
whole thing is a quagmire. And here's and we'll have and we're
26:17
having a surge a surge with
26:19
Christmas in the rearview mirror. Tonight experts are
26:21
warning holiday gatherings and travel could send COVID cases
26:25
surging New Year.
26:27
Well, you have to remember that while certain viruses are
26:30
rounding the corner, we are definitely not out of the woods.
26:33
So we all have to be incredibly cautious as we headed into these
26:36
New Year's celebrations.
26:38
COVID cases are climbing. I don't know if the vulnerable
26:42
making up 90% of COVID deaths. But just over a third of seniors
26:46
have gotten their updated booster, some in Chicago taking
26:49
advantage of this convenient pop up clinic
26:52
to call my friends and my family to get them on over here and get
26:57
your shock
26:57
for weeks. Patients as long wait times at hospitals strained by
27:01
the triple Demmick. But doctors insist people with serious
27:04
symptoms will get care
27:06
if you are experiencing emergency. That would be like
27:09
shortness of breath, chest pain, those kind of things. Those are
27:13
true emergencies.
27:14
While cases of RSV and flu are declining, most states are still
27:18
reporting high or very high flu like activity and run through
27:22
just
27:22
a couple of these clips because we're on a second. So I walk up
27:25
the steps that you already go to make this huge hike up the hill.
27:29
I'm on it's on a hill. I'm kind of puffing and puffing and when
27:32
I get to the end. Yeah. So this is an emergency
27:35
big emergency.
27:36
You said
27:38
yes, there's an emergency.
27:42
So I should look basketball name. That's an emergency.
27:46
What I think we're seeing is a now whether China is complicit
27:52
in this or not. China's completely dropping everything
27:55
and all the notes and I can read some of them later. All the
27:58
notes I'm getting from our producers in China is this is
28:01
bullcrap. You know that they're taken away testing, they don't
28:05
even know if people are sick, but they're just letting it all
28:09
go is zero. The only thing that's really changed, you can
28:12
no longer buy a transportation ticket on a train or a bus
28:15
without your QR code. So you can't do that anonymously. So
28:18
China got a little bit of benefit out of it. But no one is
28:21
dying. It's all hype. Everybody knows that. It's all bull crap.
28:25
It's not except in America, where we are psychologically
28:31
torturing the mainstream media audience by telling them the
28:36
same thing that they did in 2019 2020
28:40
Tonight China's hospitals under strain as a wave of COVID sweeps
28:43
the country with harsh lockdown is no longer in place to hold it
28:47
back. Emergency Room patients many on oxygen filling every
28:52
available bed and in some cases spilling out into the hallways
28:56
mail. By the way this could be footage from from four years ago
29:01
three years ago who knows or in late exactly nailed
29:06
work in the emergency department is non stop this doctor says and
29:10
he or medical staff warned families there's no oxygen for
29:13
patients in the corridors there's
29:15
the oxygen again
29:17
the exact scale of the surge unknown China this unknown
29:21
publishing daily COVID data but experts say it appears to be
29:24
tearing through a population without herd immunity herring
29:27
were many including the elderly have not received boosters.
29:31
What we're seeing really is what sounds like a mass infection
29:34
event China
29:35
began scaling back at zero COVID restrictions after widespread
29:38
anti lockdown protests. Some of them even calling
29:46
your protests are right I see that one isolate. I did I was
29:50
gonna surprise you later. Of
29:51
course I did. Calling for the downfall of the Communist Party
30:00
government's official explanation for the change.
30:02
Omicron is less likely to cause hospitalization and death. And
30:06
so doesn't require severe
30:07
restrictions.
30:08
So I hadn't heard from our professor, Professor JJ, who's
30:12
in Beijing teaching English as a second language. And so I
30:15
finally got an email from me says, oh, sorry, didn't hear
30:17
from me. I was in the hospital for 12 days, because I fainted.
30:23
And by the time I came to, and they had to fight with hospital,
30:30
he had fractured something in his neck and he has a screw on a
30:34
plate. He had emergency surgery. But he says, here's an overview
30:37
of what's happening. It's always in the hospital. general
30:40
conclusions, no rising cases, no rising deaths, no rise in
30:44
hospitalizations. However, the air quality and Shanghai started
30:48
to get really bad around the 10th of December.
30:51
Oh, they're cranking up the industry again.
30:54
There you go. He says, Because I fainted and was convulsing, the
30:58
paramedics came to the house, which is also something that
31:00
wouldn't do previously. I had no fever, no blood pressure issues,
31:04
no cough, my Oh to saturation was 79%. But as I had pain and
31:07
could not walk, I went to the public hospital. Like all other
31:11
patients, I was presumed a COVID case. So they did swabs
31:16
everything. You still have COVID Even though they couldn't prove
31:21
it, but you know, you're positive, you're just
31:23
asymptomatic. But it's the air quality that may be making
31:28
people sick, possibly. But multiple emails from China
31:34
saying there's really nothing. It's all hype. And it's all
31:38
Western media hype, particularly the USA, CBS doing a great job.
31:42
Dr. Vegas, let's begin with the COVID conversation, which I
31:45
think what COVID conversation people began to move on, there
31:48
was a new normal for presidents and it was over what can we
31:50
expect in the new year?
31:52
So the good of this year, right, is that the vaccines are held.
31:55
So unfortunately, over 50% of people in the United States were
31:59
number 70 in the world
32:00
on that guy. Why don't you back it up?
32:03
Said it was over? What can we expect in the new year.
32:05
So the good of this year, right is that the vaccines have held.
32:09
So unfortunately, over 50% of people in the United States were
32:12
number 70 in the world, in terms of boosters, represented people
32:16
have gotten this new by Vaillant booster not enough, six plus
32:19
months out, you need to get it and so what we're going to see
32:21
is, if we can keep the booster rate up, I think we're gonna be
32:24
okay in the year ahead. If we don't, we're going to start to
32:27
see more and more people getting sick because COVID numbers are
32:30
going up across the country with a new variant. The vaccine works
32:33
against serious illness, but we have to stay on our toes.
32:37
And here's the official the official analysis of this. This
32:41
is a big pharma, they want you to get your next booster they
32:46
want to continue to train they're using this China thing
32:51
as it which they're saying 50% of the people arriving from
32:55
China are positive. I don't believe that either. I don't
32:59
think they're even testing it. They're just they're just making
33:02
it up to get you to believe another time or
33:05
I will go along with your seat thinking here. I don't there's
33:09
no buddy reporting showing testing or anything at the at
33:14
the airport or anyplace else where they're coming in from the
33:16
shine through many
33:17
southwest passengers, swamping the airports. And where's this?
33:21
This is the story. Here's what they should do. All the
33:24
Southwest passengers who are at the airport, they got infected
33:26
by Chinese. That would be great. That's what I that's how I would
33:30
play it. Let's see what CBS does. Ostrich they'll do
33:33
anything to sell the news
33:35
they will but they are on a roll. You don't have to be I
33:38
don't think you have to overdo it to get people to jump because
33:41
they're already skittish.
33:43
But that's what's so frustrating to people. Dr. Akers because you
33:46
get vaccinated you do all the right things and you still there
33:50
and that's because it's holding Gail Didn't you hear him saying
33:53
the vaccine is holding and you
33:55
still there? We're still dealing with it
33:58
you do but you don't get that Ill is that you're not being
34:01
high analyze, but you're right. We're praying in 2023 that we
34:06
will get a vaccine or a booster.
34:08
Since when is praying a part of science
34:11
you don't get that Ill is that you're not being hospitalized.
34:15
But you're right we're praying in 2023 that we will get a
34:19
vaccine or a booster that will block spread and symptomatology
34:23
with this virus. Whoa,
34:27
whoa, we want a booster that works is what short short
34:31
version
34:31
exactly what he said
34:33
T three that we will get a vaccine or a booster that will
34:37
block spread and symptomatology with this virus symptomatology
34:41
This is a Demi's that means you got COVID symptoms
34:44
symptomatology so block getting good. It'll block actually.
34:49
We're hoping we're praying. We're praying and praying. We're
34:52
on our knees praying that in 2023 we get a vaccine or a
34:57
booster doesn't make any difference what you call it But
35:00
we're hoping that there's one that'll keep the virus from
35:03
spreading. And we'll keep you from getting COVID. In other
35:06
words, we're looking for somebody that might actually
35:08
work
35:09
that will block spread and symptomatology with this virus,
35:12
but they're holding up, that'll increase what we call mucosal
35:15
immunity. So give us protection, which the current wants protect
35:19
against serious illness, but not this.
35:20
What's new Kozol? What is this now? Yeah, I don't know. You
35:24
show up. Now. We need mu mu Q. mu. Mu kills
35:29
out? Yeah. I think that was introduced to lead into what's
35:33
next, which is the, the viral spread the back spray into the
35:39
mucous membranes. Okay.
35:40
Ah, well, that may be because the next question, in fact, to
35:44
Dr. Angus on CBS mornings is this
35:47
when we were in the thick of COVID. And fighting against it,
35:50
it seemed like we kept hearing the narrative that we weren't as
35:53
prepared as we should have been. Yeah, yeah. Are we now more
35:57
prepared for the next pandemic?
35:59
I better hope we are, we're in trouble.
36:01
I mean, the guy is praying, he's hoping that this doesn't sound
36:04
very scientific domain doctor and guess who
36:06
a pandemic, by definition means we don't know what's going to
36:09
happen.
36:10
A pandemic, by definition means we don't know what's going to
36:13
happen.
36:15
Let's let's look at the definition of pandemic. That's
36:19
the definition I don't think so.
36:22
And EMIC definition now they may have changed it because you
36:27
know, they
36:28
could have changed it this fast. Let's see pandemic,
36:32
a widespread occurrence of an infectious disease over whole
36:35
country or the world at a particular time. Let's see that.
36:38
Surely there must be other meanings. Let's see if they
36:40
snuck one in on us.
36:43
Let's see. That's about it. And it's full of crap. What he said
36:47
an outbreak or disease that occurs over a wide geographic
36:49
area. No, it doesn't. That is not the definition. We know. I'm
36:52
sorry, that is just not that his check falls. We checked it
36:55
there.
36:56
I mean, so a pandemic, by definition means we don't know
36:58
what's going to happen. We now have
37:03
false the guy's a liar, liar, liar. Liar. And I
37:06
think we now have systems in place that we're going to be
37:09
better, we're going to be better collecting data, which we didn't
37:12
do well, during COVID.
37:13
Wow, we really, I thought the data showed everything. So now
37:17
we didn't do a good job. Okay, we're gonna
37:19
have manufacturing ready for vaccines and small molecules,
37:22
these antivirals. And we've been normalized that if we have to
37:25
wear a mask, we will wear a mask. And we know the behaviors.
37:28
Remember in the beginning, about touching surfaces, about six
37:31
feet and about all those things, but we were normalizing these
37:34
ideas which are here, so we're going to be better with a new
37:37
virus.
37:38
Okay, hold on a second. So now he says, all the stuff that we
37:42
know was pretty much bullcrap the six feet arbitrary. The
37:46
don't touch surfaces completely. Not true. That was a lie. Oh,
37:50
no. But now we're ready for the next pandemic, which won't be
37:54
COVID I'm sure it might be something new about touching
37:58
surfaces, about six feet, we normalize it for you people
38:01
and about all those things, but we were normalizing these ideas
38:04
which are here so we're going to be better with a new virus. Look
38:08
at em pox or the old monkey pox and just had a you know, you
38:11
came up and then we were able to deal with it a little bit slow,
38:14
but we dealt with it rather well in this country. Right. I think
38:17
we're gonna be a lot better you're ahead
38:19
of me, man. Okay, there's more. This guy is fantastic. So here's
38:23
the question
38:23
Who is this guy again? Dr. Agar is a Gu s. These people are
38:28
shameless. You know, the whole medical community should be
38:31
ashamed of itself for allowing this to go on like this. Oh,
38:34
well, they've said nothing. They'd been countered by big
38:37
pharma. They've been cowed by the Medical Association's they
38:39
don't say anything. They don't help their patients anymore. The
38:42
entire medical system is going to be like PSA. Or like
38:47
Southwest air. It is asking for it. This is not good.
38:51
Very interesting guy, Dr. AGIS, American physician and author
38:56
who serves as a professor of medicine and engineering at the
38:59
University of Southern California Keck School of
39:01
Medicine. And the Viterbi School of Engineering. He is the
39:05
founding director and CEO of USC is Lawrence J. Ellison Institute
39:10
for transformative medicine. Ah, could he be in the field of
39:19
advanced engineering, genetic engineering? He is He served as
39:23
the chair of the Global Agenda Council on genetics at the World
39:26
Economic Forum. You go and he sells meds
39:30
guy to Yeah, he's a W. Two whereas you see, he was at the
39:33
USC University of spoiled children that
39:35
Yep, so um, yeah, he's the CEO of some some extra school there.
39:39
Yeah. Beautiful. So let's, let's see, this is of course, the
39:41
question that really Gail wants to ask.
39:43
So we had Mbox we had RSV severe flu season. Oh, resurgence of
39:49
polio plagues? Yes. So do you think that this, this is our new
39:53
normal dealing with these viruses? Is this really what
39:56
life is now? We have to adjust to that. Yes, I'm afraid of To
40:00
get when should you freak out and when should
40:03
you freak out when she's you freak out? Right? That's the
40:06
question I want you to freak out right? I'm trying to
40:08
figure out when should you freak out and when should
40:11
you freak out based on your pre existing conditions right? So
40:14
you freak out based on your pre Oh, this is fan this guy is a
40:18
star.
40:19
You freak out based on your pre existing conditions, right? So
40:23
the only people being hospitalized now with COVID are
40:26
elderly or people with medical conditions. Get this figure 94%
40:30
of our country has already had COVID Wow. I have had it in
40:38
August and so far I am not a novice. We've all been exposed
40:41
to it. We all have some immunity a couple that with the vaccines.
40:45
We're in a pretty good spot, but obviously we have to keep that
40:47
up again. Which is unfortunate and nobody wants it. But we have
40:51
to do it.
40:52
No, you don't. Yeah, I
40:53
don't you have to do it.
40:54
Be quiet. Oh, no, you don't have to do it. This guy's full of you
40:57
don't have to do anything.
40:58
There's good news, though. That's good news. Because we
41:01
already this is a triple Damak it's the flu. Sorry. I guess flu
41:06
vaccine doesn't work. We don't have one ready in the wings. Ah,
41:08
the COVID-19 and it's RSV. Oh, good news.
41:13
So medicine is one of those fields that seems to be like
41:15
right next door to just pure magic right things that come out
41:18
in the field do miraculous things where it feels that way
41:21
anyway, like we're not gonna lie infection doctor gives you drops
41:23
it clears up in like two days. With that kind of as Prelude.
41:27
What
41:27
do you imagine about this magic in this years up,
41:31
clears up? It's like Matt, it's you know, it's like magic
41:33
eraser. It's just magic
41:36
in your head for next year in terms of advanced
41:38
give us some good news because we need
41:39
ice. Yeah, good news is I think every parent in this country
41:42
that is watching today, their shoulders will come down when I
41:44
tell them this is that very soon. We're going to have an RSV
41:47
vaccine.
41:47
Oh, yeah. How's your shoulders? What a relief. My
41:52
shows haven't gotten anywhere. Because, as of five months ago,
41:56
I never heard of RSV.
42:00
Oh, I'm so happy that this RSV, which is something children have
42:04
been getting for 100 years.
42:06
And it's never been referred to as anything other than a common
42:09
cold.
42:10
So the data looks fantastic. It should be approved by the FDA
42:14
for this Mother's. So when you're pregnant, we
42:19
can ruin your newborn right in the womb, you can kill
42:22
it, get this heat and listen to Gail Wow,
42:27
the data looks fantastic. It should be approved by the FDA
42:30
for get this Mother's so when you're pregnant, I love
42:34
the voice get this, we're gonna kill mothers, wow,
42:38
mothers. So when you're pregnant, we give it to you. And
42:41
when your baby's born, the first six months they have the
42:44
protection and an extra arm. And then for young children and
42:47
elderly. And that's a big one there, right? Rise positions
42:51
across the country from RSV pediatric ICU is full. And we're
42:55
gonna now be able to vaccinate a pregnant woman and others with
42:59
this vaccine. And that's a big one.
43:01
That's a big one. All right. Can't wait to vaccinate pregnant
43:04
women. And then you go you go. But
43:07
let's see what happens to the baby.
43:09
But here's the best part. This is not going to be decided by
43:13
doctors. What's best for you. You pregnant mother? No, no, no,
43:19
we've got more magic up our sleeve.
43:21
The other one that I'm really excited about is big data,
43:25
artificial intelligence or AI is going to enable us to care
43:29
better, they're going to be able to read our scans our pathology
43:32
reports look at things to enable every person in that country to
43:35
get the best care. So right now you have a remarkable doctor in
43:38
a hospital in New York City. What AI will do will make every
43:41
doctor good doctors great. And that's going to be the new era
43:45
we've normalized using data hopefully during COVID. So I
43:48
think why didn't you just said during COVID that the data was
43:51
shit, you had bad data. We
43:52
did normalize it, right? You nailed it. This guy's full of
43:56
crap. He's just ad libbing everything.
43:58
That's going to be the new era. we've normalized using data
44:01
hopefully during COVID. And so I think that's going to be the
44:04
thing and it's going to be cost effective. Everyone's going to
44:07
be able to grow. And it's really
44:11
what that's wrong.
44:13
Ever, in the whole history of medicine become cost effective.
44:19
That's not That's not the talking points, doctor, get away
44:22
from that part. And so I
44:23
think that's going to be the thing, and it's going to be cost
44:25
effective. Everyone's going to be able to do this. And it's
44:28
really going to improve care across the country. So that I'm
44:31
excited about
44:32
everyone's going to be able to do this. I think what he said if
44:35
I understand you're just gonna be able to go into to chat GPT
44:40
AI and say sure to boot. That's not what he said. Yeah, listen,
44:44
again. That's
44:45
got to be what do you need to know,
44:48
AI will do will make every doctor good doctors great. And
44:52
that's going to be the new era. we've normalized using data
44:55
hopefully during COVID. And so I think that's going to be the
44:57
thing and it's going to be cost effective. Everyone's gonna be
45:00
able to do this and it's really going to improve care. We'll
45:03
just have an app as the country so that I'm excited about
45:05
breathing into your phone. upper upper upper. Yep, you need RSV.
45:10
In the meantime, CBS on the same show rolled out an entire piece
45:18
about us, you know, the disinformation agents. And it
45:23
was it was it right is right on the screen. Thanks to Kaiser
45:27
Health. So Kaiser house your
45:29
house has gone down the tubes paid for this.
45:32
David Baker wasn't sure if she was going to get the COVID
45:36
vaccine.
45:37
They say it's gonna change your DNA. They came up with a vaccine
45:41
to quickly
45:42
misinformation that fueled rumors and divided communities
45:46
across the country. But while the spread of COVID may have
45:49
slowed since the height of the pandemic, the spread of
45:51
misinformation has not. A recent survey shows 1/3 of parents now
45:56
oppose schools requiring children to get measles and
46:00
other vaccines. In Oklahoma City vaccination rates among school
46:04
aged children have dropped four and a half percent over the
46:08
last.
46:09
We worry about things like measles, mumps, rubella and
46:12
other diseases that have largely been controlled. And now we're
46:16
seeing increased hesitancy there.
46:18
Thanks to misinformation thanks to Miss. clinic Dr. Dale
46:23
Brasseur says flu shots are down to even as a nation deals with
46:27
one of the worst flu seasons in years.
46:30
We're only at about half of the typical number of flu injections
46:35
that we would typically see by this time of the year. It
46:37
worries me to a great extent
46:39
used to battling disease, the Oklahoma City Health Department
46:42
now finds itself also fighting lies about vaccine safety. How
46:47
dangerous is misinformation,
46:50
lives. I mean, I don't know how else to say it. That's about as
46:54
dangerous as it gets.
46:55
It's about as dangerous as it gets cost.
46:59
Sick of these rat poop inspectors pushing their way
47:02
into everybody's life. That to move resources to monitor public
47:06
sentiment using new technology to comb through social Hold
47:09
on a second, something's going on here. They're using new
47:12
technology to do what that's about as dangerous as
47:15
hold. The department is that to move resources to monitor public
47:20
sentiment using new technology to comb through social media,
47:24
new technology, new tech.
47:27
When vaccine messaging was drawing fire, the health
47:30
department removed the word vaccine and added choose to its
47:34
public service announcements. It worked,
47:38
our negativity that we had on our all of our media platforms
47:41
dropped immediately. It started going down because we had
47:45
offered the choice as opposed to the message of getting
47:48
vaccinated.
47:49
At a time when funding cuts are already stretching health
47:52
departments to the limit. Having to put resources toward fighting
47:55
misinformation is adding to the strain. Public health
47:59
funding has been cut by almost 20% in the decade leading up to
48:03
COVID. Public health departments did not have enough people and
48:06
they did not have enough money.
48:08
Made the response here
48:09
we go thank you Kaiser message receive more money. We need more
48:14
money, more money. It's okay. Joe will print it for you. This
48:17
is not none of this is the message by the way from other
48:20
health professionals. We even have Dr. Tedros. The now he's
48:26
not a doctor.
48:28
consternation engineer or something. Now they are PhD
48:32
maybe he's in
48:33
charge of the World Health Organization. He's now he has a
48:36
different message about who needs to get boosted, pitching
48:38
now have its benefits, especially with elderly groups,
48:45
senior citizens, especially above 65 and above 60. So if
48:50
it's going to be used, it's better to focus on those groups
48:54
who have risk of severe disease and death, rather than as we see
48:59
some countries are using to give boosters to kill children. No,
49:02
no, which is
49:03
nobody said to kill children again. I mean, he keeps saying
49:06
to kill children countries
49:07
are using to give boosters to kill children.
49:10
I mean, he said
49:11
yes, to kill children, even boosters to kill children, which
49:14
is probably one way of going,
49:16
which is not right. Then the equity issue.
49:19
It's not right that killing children. Right. I agree. That's
49:23
not right. Dr. Ted,
49:24
instead of boosting a child in high income countries, it's
49:27
better to vaccinate the elderly, in countries who have
49:32
who have no use to us. We need to get rid of the old people in
49:35
poor countries. They're a nuisance. They're a burden.
49:38
The elders who have not been vaccinated even the primary
49:41
vaccines killer, so the equity issue should also come into into
49:45
play
49:45
now equity, equity equity, you should all be able to die. And
49:51
then finally, Dr. Shah, who is the top White House COVID
49:56
advisor on a zoom call, unfortunately admit The
50:00
following. There's no study in the world that shows that maths
50:03
worked out well. So you're never going to get the kind of benefit
50:06
from mandatory year round masking, as you would from
50:10
making substantial improvements in indoor air quality both a lot
50:12
easier to implement as well. Yeah, just make improvements to
50:15
the air quality. Just just know there's no study that will show
50:18
you that masking works. But don't worry, it'll be mandated
50:22
somewhere, somehow, it's going to happen.
50:25
So I have an interesting series of clips. COVID kind of moved
50:33
from China and left me hanging with my China. We're circling
50:37
back. I'm circling back to COVID China and the rules this is from
50:42
NT de and they're you know, they have an attitude about China so
50:46
we get good material from them. In response
50:48
to the virus outbreak in China. The US is considering new rules
50:51
for travelers from China.
50:55
This is yeah, this this is pissing me off. Because you
50:58
know, I have people who can't come visit because of the the
51:01
existing rules. I don't know what the how these new rules
51:03
change anything response
51:04
to the virus outbreak in China realizes considering new rules
51:08
for travelers from China. US officials said Tuesday it's over
51:12
concerns about the lack of transparent data coming from the
51:15
Chinese regime. Earlier this week, Japan, India and Malaysia
51:19
announced tougher rules on travelers from China. And global
51:23
fears of the COVID 19 pandemic are receding. But new concerns
51:27
rise over information tracking tools designed to combat the
51:31
virus. A recent report uncovers how these technologies have
51:35
helped expand governmental power to silence dissent and target
51:39
minorities.
51:42
Okay, yeah, he goes on to the discussion of the low bar codes
51:47
are used just we talked to him. We had a clip on the last show,
51:50
which had detail that we're you know, in other words, you're a
51:53
troublemaker, so Yeah, apparently you get the red code
51:56
know what you're testing? Yes. Right. It's actually pretty,
51:59
pretty interesting. So I collected these from you may
52:04
have heard these. This is from Nine News, Australia. This is
52:09
one of the major networks.
52:11
Yeah. Oh, yeah. Now these guys, they got some good stories out
52:13
there.
52:15
And so they brought this doctor woman on to discuss the fact
52:19
that she had a vaccine injury, Injury, and so did her wife. Oh,
52:25
and they brought her on and they left her and I get I have three
52:30
clips. It goes on for almost six minutes total. But it's, I'm
52:35
listening to this is not she says absolutely not one thing
52:40
that anyone listening to no agenda show hasn't heard from
52:43
someone else or knows about or knows this is possible. But my I
52:48
was aghast by the fact that on a network. They were letting this
52:53
woman go on and on and on and on and on and backing her up. There
52:56
would be nothing like this in this country. There was not one
53:00
network, and that includes NTD that would allow this to be
53:04
broadcast. And I was just surprised as hell that it was
53:09
and I'm happy they did it. Well, let's let's cheat. She
53:12
did get a semi past and let her talk because you can't just cut
53:15
off a lesbian. That would be a problem. Let's be honest.
53:20
Without it that would be that would be inequitable. Well, the
53:22
former top
53:23
doctor is calling for more research into COVID jabs after
53:27
experiencing a vaccine injury for
53:30
member for Wentworth, Dr. Karen Phelps suffered irregular blood
53:33
pressure and breathlessness following her second jab.
53:36
I'm pleased to say she joins us live. Dr. Phillips. Good
53:39
morning. You and your wife both suffered vaccine injuries. Can
53:43
you take us through what happened?
53:44
Is Good morning, Charles like Christine. Well, in Jackie's
53:48
case, we obviously did a lot of homework about the vaccines and
53:53
went along to have the vaccines done, because we believe that on
53:57
the balance of risks and benefits that that was the best
53:59
thing to do. And within minutes of having the vaccine, she had a
54:03
quite severe reaction with numbness of the hands and feet
54:08
tingling all over her body, her head feeling like it was going
54:12
to explode pain and and then over the weeks and months
54:17
following that, the version continued. And she'd seen a
54:22
number of specialists and and the conclusion was that she had
54:25
had an injury related to the vaccine. And so that was in her
54:30
case, I went back and had the second vaccine, thinking that,
54:36
you know, it's a rare reaction and again, on the balance of
54:39
risks and benefits. I could find another wife, it's kind of a big
54:42
deal. And in my case, I developed a reaction where my
54:46
blood pressure my pulse rate and my temperature was was going up
54:51
and down all over the place and with some quite distressing
54:54
symptoms and persisting for for quite some time and over a
54:59
period of many months. I'm and and I was diagnosed with a
55:02
vaccine related dysautonomia. So, you know, over the process
55:07
of the last year and a half or so I've also spoken to a number
55:10
of colleagues who've had vaccine adverse events themselves,
55:14
patients who've had vaccine adverse events. And so when I
55:19
was putting in the submission to the long COVID And reinfection
55:24
inquiry for the Australian Parliament, just in the last
55:27
month or so, I included the group of people who have
55:31
suffered adverse events from vaccination as a group that
55:34
needs to have special consideration when it comes to
55:36
prevention of lung COVID. Hmm,
55:40
okay, this is about all I saw this conversation.
55:44
Well, you can skip the second part where she goes on and on
55:47
and on. But the third part is the interesting part, because
55:50
they kind of discuss a little bit about how the powers that be
55:57
kept dissuading anyone from speaking out, which is what's
56:00
goes on here. And it brought me back to my conclusion that these
56:05
doctors should be ashamed of themselves for not being
56:07
doctors. But once you skip to part three,
56:10
we're also seeing a very large side effects, range of side
56:13
effects of people with long COVID. And so there are some
56:18
crossovers in people with the adverse effects on the vaccine.
56:22
So this is why she gets to go on and on and on, because she
56:25
shifts it to long COVID. You got it from COVID, not from the
56:29
vaccine, you got it from COVID, you got long, COVID Lazzari.
56:32
Long COVID is mean,
56:33
she actually makes the conclusion is that both the
56:35
vaccine and long COVID created long COVID And vaccine create
56:41
the same phenomenon. This what she finally says,
56:44
there are some crossovers in people with the adverse effects
56:47
on the vaccine, and long COVID Quite similar symptoms in many.
56:50
So there could be some common factors there, which needs
56:53
research needs funding and needs a big effort.
56:56
Dr. Phelps, we appreciate your time this morning. Thank you.
56:58
I'm sorry, if you should add to play the second clip. The second
57:03
clip is the one that you direct. It was just a throwaway. Oh,
57:06
okay, no problem.
57:07
These are serious side effects.
57:09
Why did the medical regulator APRA warn doctors then as you
57:13
claim not to speak out about these vaccine side effects, we'd
57:18
have to ask themselves about the motivation. But certainly quite
57:22
a number of doctors that I've spoken to her felt impeded in
57:26
speaking out about their concerns about vaccine adverse
57:31
events because of the statement made by APRA, that the doctor
57:37
shouldn't say anything that was going to impede the government's
57:41
vaccine rollout. And they took that to mean not to publicly
57:45
raise their concerns. Now, I think it's important to say that
57:49
when we're talking about a massive pandemic, with a high
57:52
rate of deaths and hospitalization, that there has
57:56
to always be with any immunization program a balance
58:00
of risks and benefits of, you know, what we are trying to
58:03
achieve in terms of reducing deaths and hospitalizations,
58:06
balanced against the fact that with any medication, any
58:09
vaccine, there are going to be some people who have adverse
58:12
events. But I think it's very important with this new vaccine.
58:16
It's only been around for, you know, less than two years, that
58:19
it's time that we put some research funding and some real
58:23
effort into looking at the causes for the vaccine adverse
58:28
events that people are experiencing, and they're
58:30
experiencing a whole range of different types of, of vaccine
58:34
there.
58:35
All right, because just to offset that she was able to go
58:40
on and talk about that. Let's listen to a guest on the UK
58:44
morning show who brought up some adverse issues. Can you tell
58:49
you've got a blood clot
58:53
the signs and symptoms of this particular type of blood clot so
58:56
it's a very unique so it's called vaccine induced
58:59
thrombocytopenia, which is a reduction in platelets or low
59:03
platelets, which means you're more likely to bleed platelets,
59:06
other clotting from bonuses, which is the blood clot but it
59:08
tends to affect the veins it drains blood from the vein from
59:14
the brain. So
59:16
I'm so sorry, I'm gonna happen I'm so sorry. I'm gonna have to
59:18
stop you there. This always happens to us. We've got to go
59:20
to the weather.
59:21
Sorry about that. Oh, sorry. Good job. It always happens we
59:27
have to interrupt with the with breaking news with the weather,
59:30
the weather, to weather briefing. Well, let's talk about
59:34
the weather. The weather is killing people though the
59:37
weather is killing people on you need to hear this. The weather
59:40
is killing people. Well, cold day suddenly. This is BBC This
59:44
is a professor
59:45
Well, cold. We know he's a killer. We know that it's a risk
59:49
factor for strokes. It's a risk factor for heart attack. And
59:52
also it's a risk factor we feel for accelerated cognitive
59:55
decline. So I think it's really important that they try to look
59:59
after them. sells as best they possibly can. But there's
1:00:02
something that we can't escape here. It's that chronic exposure
1:00:05
to cold is a killer.
1:00:08
So the UK is now forcing general practitioners to find out if if
1:00:14
people are too poor to afford heat, and they want a special
1:00:17
fund for people who may die from the cold heart attack. I thought
1:00:23
hypothermia is a whole bunch of things you die from you get cold
1:00:27
you die from a heart attack.
1:00:30
I'm just confused. I'm not trying to make you confused.
1:00:34
And also, you know what else can can trigger a stroke? Called
1:00:39
shingles? Hmm, yeah.
1:00:41
Yep. Well, you gotta get your shingles shot.
1:00:44
That's right. You gotta you get your shingles shot how a doorman
1:00:47
viral infection can reactivate and trigger a stroke This is
1:00:51
University of Colorado
1:00:53
react oil a can react to it's just poorly rewarded
1:00:57
well that's the headline can react to trigger reactivate so
1:01:03
your shingles could come back and go oh you die i just i It's
1:01:07
unheard of it's ugly. It's just unheard of to me.
1:01:11
So I pointed out in the no agenda social that this is
1:01:17
stupid Peters died suddenly tell you the documentary is a is like
1:01:24
a cover a Google wash that if you look up died suddenly on
1:01:30
Google Now all you get are references to this dumb
1:01:33
documentary which wasn't very good to begin with. And it goes
1:01:37
and it just takes over the first couple of pages you can't find
1:01:40
these died suddenly stories anymore.
1:01:43
Oh really?
1:01:44
Yes like a Google washes like up to why you named a movie died
1:01:50
suddenly
1:01:51
like an OP.
1:01:53
Okay, so
1:01:54
hold on. Let me let me let me check it on my my system here
1:01:57
John suddenly let me just see if it's opt into my search engine.
1:02:02
Mayo Clinic new Dido film film film Yeah, that's pretty good. I
1:02:10
I liked the I liked it when I watched this movie documentary.
1:02:16
I read some dissent someone sent us both I think some dissenting
1:02:19
views on it which rang very true like this. What is this the shot
1:02:24
you know that is very stylized. It was very beautifully shot for
1:02:28
a documentary. But what is do Peterson's game man.
1:02:32
Well, I was looking at this to Peterson and he does stuff that
1:02:35
would be like classic SIOP operations where you set up a
1:02:40
parallel organization so when you you'd like to have the Black
1:02:43
Panthers so let's set up to the end of the black you know, the
1:02:46
Weather Underground let's set up some other thing that's better
1:02:49
and tougher than the Black Panther so we can make them
1:02:52
marginalize them. And you do that with and that's where your
1:02:56
disinformation campaigns come in. But stoop Peterson has no no
1:03:00
background that makes him look as though he's he's capable of
1:03:03
actually doing this knowingly, but let's listen to a couple of
1:03:07
stoop Peterson through Peter Peter Peters. Yeah, Peters who
1:03:10
Peters I'm sorry, I said Peterson Stu Peters, this will
1:03:14
be his about the VAX he
1:03:17
wasn't. He was an actor. He was also he had
1:03:21
a bunch of different jobs. He played
1:03:24
a role or he auditioned for one event tours films. He was a
1:03:33
boss, he was a bounty hunter. He was a bounty
1:03:35
bounty hunters. That kind of thing if you want to hear
1:03:40
disinformation and bull crap that makes everybody look bad.
1:03:45
Because Oh, you're anti Vaxxer you must believe this. So listen
1:03:48
to this. Listen, listen to this part one of this what I call a
1:03:52
sigh up, but he's not OSI up guy.
1:03:55
Well, I'm gonna be honest here. I don't like the COVID-19 shots.
1:03:59
And I hate anybody mandating that you take medicine that you
1:04:02
might not want or need. But some of the stuff people are saying
1:04:06
about these vaccines still seems pretty weird to me. We've had a
1:04:09
few guests on lately, who say the vaccine includes hydrous, a
1:04:13
small freshwater animal, and that these animals are there for
1:04:17
nefarious biological purpose. And I'll admit that sounds like
1:04:21
a stretch to me. But Arianna Love is a holistic doctor from
1:04:24
Finland and she sent us an email saying that Hydros and parasites
1:04:28
absolutely are in the vaccine, and that they're being used to
1:04:31
turn humans into quote, a new hybrid species. Dr. Love joins
1:04:34
us now. We really appreciate you being here. So Hydras are a
1:04:39
freshwater animal. The first question I would ask is how are
1:04:42
they able to survive in storage temperatures of 70 degrees below
1:04:47
zero Fahrenheit?
1:04:48
Well, it's an honor to be here. Thank you for having me. Of
1:04:51
course. I'm not really sure how they're able to survive in low
1:04:56
degree temperatures, but I do know that they are first
1:04:58
genetically modified and lab and a university of Kyiv. And
1:05:03
they're transfected. So these are not natural organisms
1:05:07
anymore.
1:05:08
How did you find that these
1:05:10
are being genetically modified from
1:05:12
that specific lab? People
1:05:13
are gonna say, Where's your proof? Do you have any receipts
1:05:15
of that? Oh, goodness.
1:05:18
Now, a couple of things. you'd notice the way when psyops
1:05:23
underwear you have
1:05:24
to kind of just say one thing. He's Stu Peters is the guy who
1:05:27
also launched the it's got snake venom in it. And that, yeah,
1:05:34
that was that kind of went away. I guess that didn't work. But
1:05:37
that was him.
1:05:38
This isn't gonna work either. But it's like for one thing, I
1:05:41
think most people who have any scientific background know a lot
1:05:44
of small animals, like a hydra could be frozen to an extreme
1:05:51
and then reanimated. So that was a question that you'd say, well,
1:05:54
I get that. So you get this slip in Ukraine? Yeah. We know
1:06:00
there's labs there, but we don't
1:06:02
struggle to say Kyiv. I know she wants to say, Keith, I know, I
1:06:06
know she wanted to.
1:06:07
And so then do we have the second part where where he takes
1:06:11
it home a little bit more. And then I have a thought on this
1:06:14
whole thing and who might actually be behind it?
1:06:17
Well, I read through about 30, peer reviewed scientific
1:06:21
journals, and also the gain of function and loss of function.
1:06:25
Research and reports that were funded by the NIH, Anthony Fauci
1:06:29
and partly by DARPA,
1:06:31
okay. And so these are open source documents that people can
1:06:35
go and find, can you send them to me so that I can post them at
1:06:37
St. Peter's dot tv for people to go look for themselves? We want
1:06:41
people to know the truth about these things. No matter how
1:06:43
nefarious no matter how cynical no matter how dangerous it is.
1:06:47
That's kind of the whole purpose of this platform, is to make
1:06:50
sure that people have some sort of informed consent because
1:06:52
they're not getting it at the pharmacy. They're not getting it
1:06:54
at the school, when the janitor injects their children. The
1:06:59
janitor.
1:07:01
So, okay, so who's the money behind Stu Peters?
1:07:07
Thank you. Who is it? Mike Lind, Dell.
1:07:13
Now, start to look at look up I'm not accusing anyone of
1:07:16
anything. But start looking into the background. I'm trying to
1:07:19
find a good bio on Mike Lyndale. He's like a failed cokehead is
1:07:25
this and that.
1:07:26
If you failed, they failed at being a good cokehead. Is that
1:07:29
what you're saying? Yes,
1:07:29
what it sounds like, you can't find a good Wikipedia thing on
1:07:33
him. It looks like the whole his whole characters like a cover
1:07:37
story. I mean, I'm the fact that his name would show up out of
1:07:44
the blue like that. And then you start looking to Michael and
1:07:47
Dell and tell me what you can really know about. Well, Dell,
1:07:50
this is interesting, because, you know, my neighbor is, as far
1:07:54
as I know, also currently being financed by by Lindell. For
1:07:59
several in depth journalistic pieces. The guy seems to be
1:08:04
funding a lot of things and to me that's always felt pretty
1:08:09
good. Yeah. But so the if
1:08:18
Is it the idea is to fund disinformation or to or to guide
1:08:23
people like this Peters to Peter's character.
1:08:26
While he doesn't have a promo code. It's to promo code, Stu,
1:08:29
you'll save 66% Hello. Please go to my pillow.com Use promo code
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stew to save 66% off and Michael Sandel will give a generous
1:08:41
percentage back to the Stu Peters show to support our free
1:08:44
broadcasts. Okay. Well, a lot of people certainly hear and heal
1:08:50
me and all this shows I would be if I was a guy with I don't know
1:08:55
where the money comes to me. Mike Lindell makes good money.
1:08:57
There's no doubt about it doesn't have any business
1:09:02
experience in the past that I can tell
1:09:05
the story? The whole story of Michael Sandel was that he woke
1:09:08
up in Tijuana, strung out on crack. And he decided to change
1:09:14
his life and and Jesus and God helped him find that this that's
1:09:19
a very strong element for him. Yeah. Well, yeah, there is not
1:09:26
much on him really. I'm just looking at the book of
1:09:29
knowledge. Oh, he had a gambling addiction. Okay, that started in
1:09:31
his teenage years. He attended University of Minnesota dropped
1:09:37
out.
1:09:38
More you read about this guy, the more it reminds me of the
1:09:41
cover story I was developing for the fictitious girl that we were
1:09:47
going to we launched we we I was gonna launch into the into the
1:09:52
world of Insta. It's like you have to cover your bases with it
1:09:57
with the story. I mean, you have all these little details that
1:09:59
are on unimportant I was looking at somebody's bio the other day
1:10:04
they're talking about their high school grades I mean this woman
1:10:07
is in her 30s It's just I don't like I said I don't know but
1:10:13
it's just interesting
1:10:17
yeah I you know I just looking at what we have is like it's not
1:10:23
a lot but he apparently operated according to the book of
1:10:26
knowledge. Carpet Cleaning lunch wagons couple of bars and
1:10:30
restaurants in Carver County Minnesota if someone should know
1:10:33
it sir Jean would know he was Sir Jean was in in Minnesota in
1:10:37
the 80s. In 2004, he invent he invented my pillow which is
1:10:46
filled with pieces of shredded foam that interlock and the
1:10:50
geezer sheets don't forget it's cotton from Giza. Huh? Not at
1:10:58
all. Well, you know. I wish we had more he's a guy that a lot
1:11:03
of people look to him for, you know, for solace and,
1:11:08
and Savior. Isn't isn't that great?
1:11:12
No, not really.
1:11:15
But I would probably get a nose that's right slippers.
1:11:20
Slippers look pretty good. Looks like cheap hogs. But yeah,
1:11:23
there's nothing wrong with that. Interesting
1:11:27
that might be a mic and one of them
1:11:28
well everything I hear from all the clips that we've played this
1:11:30
morning certainly the ones regarding COVID is that this
1:11:33
just we need more money we're gonna have to print more to make
1:11:36
up more money to send because everyone needs more money.
1:11:40
That's that's what it looks like.
1:11:42
They're doing their best to cheapen the dollar so we can pay
1:11:45
off our debts and cheap dollars. Oh, is
1:11:47
that the only reason?
1:11:49
That's good reason. Banking
1:11:52
women, you're telling us we're gonna pay off what debts?
1:11:56
They are international debts. I'm talking about government
1:11:59
debts.
1:12:01
So we print up more cheap to pay off the old expensive depths.
1:12:07
Yeah, I saw I Oh, yeah. 100. But it's always it's valued in
1:12:10
dollars is not valued in dollars. So you just cheapen up
1:12:16
the money by creating an inflationary situation that
1:12:19
dollars worth less you pay off your debts with cheaper dollars.
1:12:24
So a bit the inflation is not going to be? No, well, you own
1:12:28
properties. It's okay. Keeping a bunch of cash isn't going to
1:12:32
help.
1:12:33
All right. You want to do Ukraine and Russia real quick
1:12:37
since we're about to go to World War four or whatever it is.
1:12:41
I only have one clip and it's about well, there's a weird
1:12:45
Balkan report, which is going with some crazies going on in
1:12:48
the bow. Yeah,
1:12:50
let's
1:12:50
play that tensions are flaring up in the Balkans. Kosovo has
1:12:53
closed its biggest border crossing with Serbia. This came
1:12:57
after protesters blocked the road to reject Kosovo's
1:13:00
independence. Hours after Serbia put its army on high alert. The
1:13:05
protesters were ethnic Serbs living in Kosovo. The melder
1:13:08
entry point is the most important entry point for road
1:13:12
freight to Kosovo. Last night, the protesters use a truck and
1:13:15
tractor to set up a roadblock near the crossing. Earlier this
1:13:19
month. Two other crossing points were closed due to similar
1:13:23
protests on the Kosovo side. That means only three entry
1:13:26
points are now open between the two countries. With Western
1:13:30
support Albanian majority Kosovo declared its independence from
1:13:33
Serbia in 2008. But about 50,000 Serbs living in northern Kosovo
1:13:38
refuse to recognize the government or Kosovo status as
1:13:42
an independent state. They regard Belgrade as their
1:13:45
capital. The Kremlin has said it supports Belgrade
1:13:49
so what is this a new front that is being opened up that we'll
1:13:52
have to take aside in
1:13:54
well, were there was there helped create this issue? Yes.
1:13:58
That was we did it so well. Especially with the with the the
1:14:02
UN Blue Helmets Great job, everybody. Well,
1:14:04
we also took took a drop right in there by accident.
1:14:10
Thanks, Bill Clinton. Yes, Serbia has placed their security
1:14:16
forces on the cost of a border under state of full combat
1:14:19
readiness. It just when you hear Russia in there, to me it sounds
1:14:24
like Oh, okay. We need an and by the way Putin came out he did a
1:14:28
speech which is poorly covered, poorly covered. And he spoke to
1:14:34
his his military dudes they're in that little you know, in the
1:14:40
military thing he does like a an hour and up right off the top
1:14:46
and of course there's no translation no clip to play no
1:14:48
one in in US mainstream media has is picking this up for
1:14:52
obvious reasons. And he says right off the bat Well, NATO's
1:14:55
throwing everything they got at us. You know, he's now he's now
1:14:59
really just NATO is doing it all. He says this war is not
1:15:04
repeat not about Ukraine. So he's seeing it. And he's talking
1:15:11
about it and how much longer until he's sick of it. Having
1:15:18
everyone has a breaking point, I presume. And then and well,
1:15:22
maybe it goes here. This is where it starts to start to
1:15:26
head. This is from Deutsche Bella.
1:15:28
Putin says he's banning oil exports to select nations from
1:15:32
February, The ban will apply to those countries that implemented
1:15:36
a cap on what they were willing to pay for Russian oil. Earlier
1:15:39
this month. The g7 nations, the EU and Australia all pledged to
1:15:43
pay no more than $60 a barrel from the fifth of December to
1:15:47
sanction Russia over its illegal invasion of Ukraine. Russia
1:15:51
started the month as the world's second biggest exporter of oil.
1:15:55
So the EU and Australia they all want $60 A barrel. What is it
1:16:02
currently? More or less? At 85? I can look it up. I mean,
1:16:07
there's different kinds of crude it's,
1:16:10
it's not quite clear, by the way, whether or not he is
1:16:14
suggesting that if the price oil drops to 50 bucks whether
1:16:18
they're going to just cut these guys off, because that's what it
1:16:21
kind of sounds like that's what it sounds like to me starting in
1:16:24
Formula currently. 7848
1:16:27
Well, what's he he shouldn't be bitching about a 10 bucks? Come
1:16:31
on Vlad.
1:16:32
He just doesn't like the idea of being told what to do or or I
1:16:36
mean, from his perspective, I think you can you can make this
1:16:40
argument look you guys are the raw tre started off with look
1:16:46
watch what he would do. Yeah, look you guys are the free trade
1:16:51
you know you want to capitalism you want to things that market
1:16:54
to set the price the market the market the market, and now
1:16:57
you're gonna put do this? Yeah, yeah, that does sound very
1:17:02
market oriented market market is the market is 78 bucks, you pay
1:17:07
70 bucks. It's 50 bucks, you pay 50 bucks. You set this not just
1:17:12
not sorry.
1:17:13
So under all this, the UK is pissed off and saying hey, hey,
1:17:20
the French are still buying Russian gas. Like they're buying
1:17:25
it on the sly France now world's biggest buyer of Russian natural
1:17:29
gas despite Ukraine invasion, and we have a new player. And
1:17:35
this just kind of slipped in. Turkey yay.
1:17:39
Two years ago when two key discovered the largest ever
1:17:42
natural gas reserve in the Black Sea. Turkish President Recep
1:17:45
Tayyip Erdogan said there was much more to look for, with the
1:17:49
latest discovery of 58 billion cubic meters of gas. Turkish gas
1:17:54
reserves in the Black Sea now stand at 710 billion cubic
1:17:58
meters. Add one says this gas is worth around a trillion dollars
1:18:02
in the international market. The government is now trying to take
1:18:06
this gas to the end user
1:18:08
to mediate and use NG Malaysia. We want to bring this cash to
1:18:11
our people by the 100th anniversary of the Republic. If
1:18:15
nothing goes wrong, we will supply the first gas to our
1:18:17
system towards the end of March. Hopefully TRICARE century will
1:18:22
also be the century of energy. Unfortunately, we have always
1:18:26
been a foreign dependent country in energy in both our growing
1:18:30
population and our developing economy or increasing the need
1:18:33
for these energy sources day by day. In recent years, we have
1:18:37
started to see the results of our exploration in the sea
1:18:41
Shala Turkey's gas import bill is more than $40 billion a year.
1:18:46
The government says that will change and it has other plans to
1:18:51
has a strategic purpose to become the regional energy hub
1:18:56
using the energy hubs that have different natural gas and oil
1:19:00
sources from the different neighboring regions but also
1:19:04
using its own discoveries in on on all gas resources,
1:19:08
uncovers New Energy Policy seeks to substantially cut down
1:19:12
current energy dependence on various countries, including
1:19:15
Russia and Iran are the one says some countries have tried to
1:19:19
prevent Turkey from obtaining this independence. He says
1:19:23
despite sanctions and threats of sanctions, Ankara will remain
1:19:27
resilient and pursue policies that benefit the country. And
1:19:31
its people.
1:19:32
I totally believe this this was in the in the cards Turkey a to
1:19:37
become the energy hub. They already have all the pipelines,
1:19:40
they got the Russian pipelines, they got the black sea, they got
1:19:43
their own apparent endless, endless supply of gas that they
1:19:49
just discovered. And they'll show their NATO so they'll
1:19:52
shuttle it off to Europe and maybe they'll bring their lira
1:19:56
back from the dead um Medvedev
1:20:01
that would be very interesting to pull this off but we got to
1:20:05
play another series. These are clips from the last show I
1:20:08
didn't play and I want to bring them in now Okay, these are
1:20:11
carbon bomb clips. This is another this is happening all
1:20:16
over the world because this seems to be like I mean Peak Oil
1:20:20
was a big discussion point as a joke now link carbon bomb Why
1:20:24
hold on
1:20:25
Morning, Amy Goodman clip inbound
1:20:30
messes up like I used to I'm ready for you now
1:20:33
they show looking at the quest to defuse Guyana's carbon bomb.
1:20:36
That's the title of the piece and Wired Magazine by
1:20:39
investigative journalist Antonia us which details an effort to
1:20:43
block ExxonMobil from drilling off the shore of Guyana where
1:20:46
more than 11 billion barrels of oil have been. Guyana is a
1:20:51
coastal nation on the North Atlantic coast of South America
1:20:54
it shares a border with Venezuela, Brazil and Suriname.
1:20:58
Critics of the plan say the drilling could be a disaster for
1:21:01
Guyana and the world as the climate emergency intensifies.
1:21:05
Today Guyana is considered to be a carbon sink thanks to its
1:21:09
dense rain forests and low emissions but effects on has its
1:21:12
way Guyana could soon become what's known as a carbon bomb.
1:21:17
Well show title is A and that's for sure carbon bomb. Okay, clip
1:21:22
to
1:21:22
a part you there's a lot of carbon bonds. I mean, you know,
1:21:27
off the coast of Venezuela's where you know the city corps or
1:21:30
wherever it was that was doing business with Venezuela. We're
1:21:34
trying to get product from them. But they just dig around around
1:21:39
this area, I guess off the coast of northern coast of South
1:21:42
America and there is so much oil. So let's go with part two.
1:21:47
We're joined by two guests. Belinda janky is Chinese
1:21:51
environmental lawyer based in Georgetown Guyana, who helped
1:21:54
draft many of Ghana's national environmental laws including
1:21:57
Diana's Environmental Protection Act, she filed a landmark
1:22:01
lawsuit against Exxon and the Guyanese government in May 2021
1:22:04
To stop the offshore oil drilling. We're also joined by
1:22:08
longtime award winning investigative journalist Antonia
1:22:11
ucross, author of the cover story of wired the quest to
1:22:15
defuse Diana's carbon bomb, Antonia talk about why you felt
1:22:19
this was so important to bring to the world, you know. Thank
1:22:23
you, Amy, thanks
1:22:24
so much for having me. And good morning to Melinda janky in
1:22:28
Georgetown. This is just such a critically important case. It's
1:22:32
a landmark lawsuit that Melinda has launched against Exxon's
1:22:36
operations in Guyana. And these are brand new operations Exxon
1:22:40
started producing in 2019. Making Guyana one of the few
1:22:44
countries in the world when the rest of the world or much of the
1:22:47
world is trying to get off of fossil fuels. Guyana is one of
1:22:51
the few countries that's entering a new into the fossil
1:22:53
fuel era and in a really big way, if Exxon has any say in it.
1:22:58
Exxon wants to produce by 20 31 million barrels of oil a day
1:23:03
offshore Guyana and that would make Guyana its single largest
1:23:07
source of daily oil production anywhere in the world. 2030 is
1:23:12
also the year that much of coastal Guyana, Georgetown where
1:23:16
Melinda is joining us from and where the coastal area where 90%
1:23:20
of the population lives is expected to be underwater
1:23:23
because of the unchecked
1:23:26
climate crisis.
1:23:30
Well, the carbon ball, who cares the carbon bomb will fix itself
1:23:33
these people will drown and have the bomb. My misunderstanding?
1:23:38
Actually, that's a good one. Yes, you and your old oil, your
1:23:44
peak oil argument. Yeah, so here we go. And all you need to do is
1:23:51
just bribe the Guiana these officials a little more money so
1:23:55
you can probably pump twice as much out. But this is
1:23:59
unstoppable.
1:24:01
I wanted to get producer help me with this. I want to give a
1:24:03
little context to the whether it's barrels of oil, or I would
1:24:10
say dollars. It's very hard for people to visualize when
1:24:15
listening to an audio podcast. The difference between a million
1:24:19
a billion and a trillion and I kind of went through this with a
1:24:23
even chip Roy, you know, it was like pontificating on the floor
1:24:27
about this $1.7 trillion dollars and he came up with about
1:24:31
100,000,000,040 Not even that 45 For Ukraine boo hoo, another 16
1:24:37
billion and pork boo. But that's 60 billion. Here's a visual
1:24:42
exercise, let's just talk dollars and that will work for
1:24:45
barrels of oil or anything. If you earned $1 a second, which is
1:24:50
what I wish we could do. It would take 12 days for us to
1:24:54
have a million dollars. By the way, it's a good idea people
1:24:58
might want to try thinking about That taller, for a billion
1:25:03
dollar donation level new donation level
1:25:06
for a billion dollars, earning $1 a second, it would take how
1:25:12
long 31 years to get to a billion way past our expiration
1:25:18
date. Now to get to a trillion dollars earning $1 a second, it
1:25:25
will take 31,688 years. I think that kind of shows you that how
1:25:33
easy we think about a trillion billion bad.
1:25:37
It's just a word. It's just
1:25:38
just a word. But when you have to try counting to a trillion,
1:25:42
it'll take you 31,000 years.
1:25:47
So that's a good point, try counting to a trillion.
1:25:51
Try counting to a billion it'll take you 31 years without
1:25:54
stopping without eating without sleeping. That helps you
1:25:59
visualize. But with that, I'd like to thank you for your
1:26:02
courage in the morning to you the man who just put the sea in
1:26:05
the carbon bomb ladies and gentlemen, say hello to my
1:26:08
friend on the other end, Mr. John speed.
1:26:15
According to you, Mr. Adam curry in the morning, lcfc boosted the
1:26:18
ground feet in the air subs in the water and all the games and
1:26:22
ice out there and the
1:26:23
morning to our trolls and the troll room. I have no idea how
1:26:27
many are here today, but I haven't. Let's count and let's
1:26:31
just go for this. All right. How many trolls do we have here?
1:26:34
Come on. This has got something is wrong. Something is wrong.
1:26:39
It's 1773. This can't be right. It was 1773. On the last show.
1:26:44
It goes down to 77. No, it
1:26:46
was the one before that. Oh, yeah.
1:26:49
Oh, yeah. Well, probably some right now.
1:26:51
It's 1760.
1:26:52
And now it's bailing out left and
1:26:55
right. No, no. They cut out right away. Oh, we're leaving?
1:26:59
Let me see. 1748 I don't know. I don't know you'll take 31 years
1:27:04
to fill up control room. That's correct. I'm gonna have to talk
1:27:07
to the back. I can't trust this anymore. I'm a little confused
1:27:10
about that. It's way too close to what it is every single time.
1:27:15
Doesn't matter. There's more than 1000 souls listening in
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You know people saying oh is a squid, Squid, squid douchebag.
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There's been 60 minutes. And we haven't even heard of anything
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blocked by many and we're proud of it. And we think fluff
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comments I think a new entry into the Hall of Fame of no
1:28:51
agenda artists. I'm not sure if we've used anything from fluff
1:28:53
comment before Yeah, actually I think so. We have well, fluff
1:28:57
comment brought us the album artwork. Which we have a new one
1:29:01
for every single episode. This was for 1550 which was our
1:29:06
Christmas show. What are we title this actually we call it
1:29:11
we call the Tisch? Oh, Scott Christmas. Yes. The scam off the
1:29:15
scarf, I don't think was a great title in high school. But it was
1:29:19
what we had at the time. And this was a beautiful wreath. For
1:29:23
those of you wondering when it comes to traditional holidays
1:29:27
and then days that are marked on the calendar we kind of like to
1:29:31
do traditional. Now that can be an edge it can be something
1:29:34
funny, but if it's just like a Christmas we're more inclined to
1:29:39
do something just nice and pretty for Christmas and that's
1:29:42
exactly what we got.
1:29:43
Yeah, we're gonna do the Grim Reaper. No,
1:29:47
no, there was a couple there was a Zelinsky and Santa Claus. Yes,
1:29:51
Santa's not happening. No, there was a happy swans
1:29:56
to get this elsea this one so they get with some guy with his
1:30:00
Big while a member Well,
1:30:01
I remember no, I remember you said, we can't choose that
1:30:05
because his member is not big enough. I think that's what you
1:30:07
said. That's why I never sinned count didn't count definitely is
1:30:11
what you would think we did. What did we consider we
1:30:13
considered Mountain Dew it
1:30:17
was very short. There wasn't that much. There was a little
1:30:20
gingerbread house which was also done by fluff calm it, which is
1:30:23
pretty good. I used to the newsletter. There was a
1:30:28
cheesecake by Ness works a Santa Sasha Closs Santa sexy sister in
1:30:34
law. I don't know it is 50. So you can do a 50 style art, which
1:30:41
is cute, but that was not gonna get it? No, no, it was the
1:30:45
wreath was the really the only choice. And you know, it was
1:30:49
simple.
1:30:50
I sparked some kind of conversation which I want to
1:30:54
clarify about the use of AI generated art. The term AI is
1:31:00
such a misnomer. I mean, yeah, if you're using AI to create
1:31:08
some kind of effect. I mean, obviously, that's not artificial
1:31:13
intelligence. It's just a computer doing shit on based
1:31:16
upon fractals and patterns. I'm not that impressed by it. The
1:31:20
thing that bugs me is when you take art or art that has been
1:31:26
ingested by this so called AI, and it's creating a remix of
1:31:31
someone else's work. That's what that's what bothers me because
1:31:36
people are Hey, can I can I get all the no agenda jingles
1:31:39
because I'm gonna make a cool soundboard put it into AI. No,
1:31:43
no, just no. I'm against it. It just it feels. I don't know. I
1:31:49
know you're not on board with this with me. But it feels like
1:31:52
it's it's it's no worse than not using clipart that you didn't
1:31:56
license. I mean, it's the same kind of violation in my mind.
1:32:01
Yeah. If it's if it's re mixing know if it's, you know, you're
1:32:06
using so what'd he do? Okay,
1:32:07
here we are. I'm gonna make a devil's argument. All right.
1:32:10
What if all the RE mixing is all public domain?
1:32:14
Yeah, then that's okay. But I doubt you're
1:32:18
more objecting to the it's the licensing. Yeah, the licensing
1:32:22
than you are with the Yeah, despite the fact that we're
1:32:24
value for value. And our whole thesis has value for value.
1:32:29
Yeah,
1:32:29
sure. Value for value, but taking something and then using
1:32:34
it some, it's like, we don't put out our jingles or end of show
1:32:38
mixes because other shows, take that use it and then don't
1:32:42
credit or provide any value back.
1:32:45
But they do the same thing with our ideas.
1:32:48
Okay, but it just I don't know it, it feels wrong. And I know
1:32:53
that people are all jacked up about AI and how cool it is. But
1:32:57
I think it's a I think it's a cliff and we're going over it
1:33:01
anyway. I'm just not
1:33:02
gonna go over it. We're not using any of that stuff. At this
1:33:05
point.
1:33:05
You don't know. You don't know.
1:33:09
I do know. Okay. I mean, I say that because most of the artists
1:33:14
like let's say I'm looking at networks piece networks has a
1:33:18
very distinctive style that if it was AI, it would be screwed
1:33:21
up looking right? Ai stuff is not it's more like that surfer
1:33:25
art you know? So this is the kind of that rough Grunge is got
1:33:30
always has a grunge art look to it. It doesn't ever have clean
1:33:34
eyes. I haven't yet to see any. But I mean, maybe we're gonna
1:33:37
chili.
1:33:37
You know what, how I can tell that something is AI generated.
1:33:41
I just look at it and feel soulless. It just feels like it
1:33:45
has no soul. There's no human, but then
1:33:47
we'd have no problem not picking it. Right. You wouldn't pick it
1:33:51
anyway.
1:33:51
So I'm just letting people know if I see something soulless. I'm
1:33:54
gonna call you out. And I'm not. I'm not gonna vote for it. I'm
1:33:58
gonna vote against it. No, it's the same way that with the with
1:34:01
the so called AI news readers and, and with Oh, and now that
1:34:07
I've created AI and it can answer emails for you.
1:34:10
Oh, so I had one of our producers sent me a summary of
1:34:16
the egg go to many eggs.com book. Yeah, the play there. He
1:34:22
said he took the transcript and he made it into a set and he
1:34:26
told CPT group chat whenever the chatting to turn it into one
1:34:32
original paragraphs summary is dynamite. Except it made a
1:34:37
mistake. Oh, is that whether you had an error? The error was that
1:34:42
we had specifically said that we wanted to flood the market with
1:34:45
product to keep out the competition. And the AI turned
1:34:49
it into to create competition. Oh, dynamite. Somehow it mistook
1:34:54
that but into but as a whole. It wasn't bad and I was talking
1:34:59
over this with me because we're looking over this particular
1:35:02
creation, the phony written job, and I see that any problems that
1:35:10
there are with it at the moment will be corrected eventually
1:35:13
and, and most of the writing we're going to be reading in the
1:35:16
future is going to be this crap.
1:35:18
I will say that of comics reblog or put his his comics his
1:35:23
drawings to AI, it would probably improve.
1:35:26
No, you didn't have to do
1:35:33
thank you very much fluff calm and thank you to all the
1:35:35
artists, those who cheat and those who don't. Those who just
1:35:38
who claim AI is just a tool. I'm sure it's just a tool keep that
1:35:42
keep your tool away from me. Please thank you for
1:35:46
participating in our twice weekly competition, which has no
1:35:50
prizes other than the honor and of course we're happy to put you
1:35:53
in the value blocks your
1:35:55
award to give to someone Oh was it time for that? No, it's no I
1:35:59
will do it in the next show or the show after that whoever won
1:36:02
the most and I have to go back to the no agenda socialist
1:36:06
because somebody's keeping tabs on this I think Darren and we'll
1:36:10
find out who is the winner of this year's and we're gonna do
1:36:12
some measures maybe some some back awards or who won the year
1:36:16
before the year before that in other words the Artists of the
1:36:19
Year has we're gonna call him no agenda and use on your LinkedIn
1:36:23
no agenda Artists of the Year
1:36:25
wow this is this is not a small there should be more than just I
1:36:31
mean we need a trophy or something or maybe a badge they
1:36:36
can put on their website that clicks back to us the website
1:36:41
patch for your website and the honor we'll be happy to do a
1:36:44
whole ceremony for Artists of the Year absolutely good idea so
1:36:51
all part of our value for value system our model is we we built
1:36:55
the show on this we have never taken creepy corporate money or
1:36:59
at I got a someone some guy was on an on Twitter's like hey, I'm
1:37:04
I'm trying to find people for my custom firearms. And one of our
1:37:09
producers Oh Adam curry. Yeah, check him out. He's a he's a big
1:37:11
to a guy. So the guy emails me. Hey, you know, for every $1,000
1:37:17
gun you sell with your logo on it, I'll give you 100 bucks I'm
1:37:20
like okay, thanks for listening to the show brother. Thanks for
1:37:23
checking us out before you pitch me. No, instead we have left it
1:37:29
up to the receiver to determine what is valuable and how
1:37:33
valuable you find the program that you listen to you don't
1:37:35
have to give us anything of course that puts into question
1:37:38
why you're still listening if you get no value from it but
1:37:41
sometimes takes you a while to realize it.
1:37:43
Yeah, you can be a troll just like a Squid, squid squid.
1:37:47
That's okay. This is the what what's beautiful about the
1:37:50
system is about 4% of all people donate some amount of cash I'd
1:37:58
say it's probably a little bit smaller people who do something
1:38:01
of value for us running a website as you know doing art or
1:38:08
anything that is tangible in that matter of course a lot of
1:38:11
people but still I'd say under 5% We are boots on the ground
1:38:15
and give us great info and we love that we do and we have sir
1:38:19
row who came in with a it's been quite a while since we've had a
1:38:22
show number donation it was for the last show I think was the
1:38:26
intent to 1515 which was the Christmas show but we'll credit
1:38:31
him as such for today sir rogue $1,515.15 And he has a Now this
1:38:39
was a check. I think he's actually
1:38:41
was to postal mail orders which makes you very anonymous and go
1:38:47
by a mail order people who really want anonymity don't have
1:38:50
the post office you can buy these mail orders things from
1:38:55
the post office that people don't even happier lawyer know
1:38:57
that this exists as a service. But yeah, postal money order.
1:39:01
And it has nothing, no information on it whatsoever.
1:39:05
You don't have to do anything. You just ship it and you only
1:39:09
have to put our name on it but most people do. And we do no
1:39:13
agenda short term. Pay two
1:39:15
does that mean only we could cash it in no one else could do
1:39:18
that as just that they stole it?
1:39:21
If so, if they just said that without putting no agenda show
1:39:23
on there and it got into the wrong hands. They could just
1:39:26
easily cash it. It's very easy to cash it's like a bearer bond.
1:39:29
So but I think that he sent to in because I think the post I
1:39:34
was Maximus 1000 You know do 1000 money order Right? Right.
1:39:37
So he did two of them 1001 51515
1:39:41
I have his note right in front of me in the morning John and
1:39:44
Adam. This is my fifth show donation in five years. He This
1:39:48
is also you can do it annually. That works really well for us.
1:39:52
And he says if you guys don't soon find an exit strategy, I'm
1:39:55
going to be broke. Got a year you got another year For episode
1:40:00
1313 allocated the largest share of that show donation amount to
1:40:04
provide a knighthood to former President Donald J. Trump. Did
1:40:07
we give did we do that? I don't remember that. No, I don't
1:40:10
remember that. I don't know. He's always hating Trump to the
1:40:13
best of my knowledge he has never laid claim to my
1:40:18
magnificence. magnificence, this is not a word. I'm understanding
1:40:23
the word. If it pleases the peerage committee, I would
1:40:25
cherish the opportunity to combine that prior amount with
1:40:28
today's show donation in order to achieve the exalted status of
1:40:32
rogue, Duke of the Pacific trash vortex. I think we can do that.
1:40:37
Is that okay?
1:40:39
Uh, yes. Well, I'm
1:40:40
asking you, you're part of the committee.
1:40:43
I am the committee. Well,
1:40:45
you're the whole committee, not just part of it. Done one final
1:40:48
request. Yes.
1:40:49
I know. It's good. It sounds good. To me. One final request
1:40:52
would be for an art to Dizzy up to Duke though, is you get
1:40:54
enough donations to make Duke I guess.
1:40:56
So. Look, I think you're on the committee.
1:41:00
He says it. Well. I don't have his numbers in front of me. So I
1:41:03
can't say Oh, this
1:41:04
one to the back office. Let me see. Let me see what the what
1:41:09
they did on this sheet here. Let me see. I think he got the title
1:41:12
change. Yes. Do good. Yeah. So it must be right. That's been
1:41:17
checked.
1:41:19
All right. Yeah. I mean, what is the Accept they accept their
1:41:21
numbering? Oh, I see. Oh, there's a bunch of accounting on
1:41:24
the back of this note. I see it. Oh, I don't
1:41:26
have the back of the notes.
1:41:27
Oh, yeah. Let's do what we got. Boy. Yeah,
1:41:31
I trust him. I trust I trust these people.
1:41:35
Hold on a second. You have little faith. Let me check
1:41:39
something first. Okay, by going to the peerage site. Okay, the
1:41:44
numbers exist. Do I even have a web browser open? Yes, there is
1:41:48
one. Okay, okay, hold on. Okay.
1:41:52
We're all really excited. Okay. All right. We're going to the
1:41:57
back office everybody to find out what's going on John? What
1:42:01
are you what are you learning?
1:42:07
Yeah, yes, a Duke
1:42:10
he's a Duke. Alright, one final request would be for an RTO due
1:42:14
to karma to ensure success with a complex building endeavor. I
1:42:18
need all the help I can get sanely yours rogue the
1:42:21
presumptive and soon to be Duke of the Pacific trash vortex.
1:42:25
Yes. RTD two for you sir. No problem at all. You've got karma
1:42:37
Oh, I'm sorry. You're up looking. I'm looking at this
1:42:40
page of of information. Okay, we're going to Riverside
1:42:43
California where Steve? Oh, gee God caster Steve Webb. Yes,
1:42:50
Baronet. He's a Baronet. 333733 7.77 In celebration of
1:42:57
the 33rd anniversary of the lovely lady Leanne and I
1:43:02
adjusting to each other in the first year was at times
1:43:05
tumultuous. Meaning they had a fight but after that we never
1:43:09
had a fight. At least none that matters at this stage of our
1:43:12
marriage. The fact is I love her more today than the day I
1:43:18
married her but no less than I will tomorrow thanks John and
1:43:26
Adam for the no agenda show which gives us yet one more
1:43:29
thing that we can enjoy together. I invite no agenda
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nation to begin 2023 2023 That's next year by joining me and the
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at audio Bible dot link okay. So if you want to, as a podcast
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1:43:56
Bible. Exactly.
1:43:58
Oh, great. Okay, great.
1:44:02
Thank you Steve, the OG God caster been around for a long
1:44:06
time since the almost the very beginning. And he has no other
1:44:10
requests. So perfect. Blessings. Drew see is in White Marsh,
1:44:16
Maryland. 333 dot 33 Our favorite executive producer
1:44:20
number thanks for doing the work guys. Happy New Year. druzy from
1:44:23
Maryland. Thank you for that short note. Very nice.
1:44:26
Yeah, short notes are great. And here's another one this one is a
1:44:30
switcheroo actually is in went live in West ministers from Z MP
1:44:36
media. And this is switcheroo for my wonderful mother Katie
1:44:39
shopper. There's a name Katie chopper. This is almost like a
1:44:44
DJ name.
1:44:45
Everybody Katie chapter here good wh tz Yeah, it works.
1:44:52
Attorney muffled today. We have no idea. Oh, very
1:44:57
good. And Katie is on the birth. They list with 100 Okay, well
1:45:03
let me get this one so you can get the one following it.
1:45:06
Oh well thanks.
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You're welcome, Dame saddled tramp and Sheridan Wyoming 33 By
1:45:13
the way, the NP meters 333 33 as was druzy smokin hot data we
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never had a fight I married up Happy Birthday poopy loving lit
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Dame saddled trim,
1:45:25
Dame saddled tramps she Yeah, she's on Instagram. Now I don't
1:45:28
do anything on Instagram you might want to watch with your
1:45:31
secret you know, the honeypot account but I see the keeper
1:45:36
watch and she's she's making leather goods mainly and other
1:45:41
things like jackets, wallets, all kinds of stuff while
1:45:44
listening to the no agenda show.
1:45:47
It's probably a good use of her. Yeah, but she's your hands busy.
1:45:51
But she puts that on on Instagram as she listened to the
1:45:55
show. I think it's a source of many new listeners will cool and
1:45:59
she's it's an interesting way to propagate the formula. Thank you
1:46:02
very much Dame saddle tramp sir infinitas from Holly Springs,
1:46:06
North Carolina 333 with a somewhat longer note that's why
1:46:10
Gianna skipped ahead and skip the line and gave it to me
1:46:15
answer infinitum says Please forgive my douchebaggery it's
1:46:18
been almost a full year since my last donation that's okay, you
1:46:21
you you the value can come when you feel it's time as long as it
1:46:25
somehow we get it one form or the other we appreciate it could
1:46:28
use a very stern de douching while you got that you spend
1:46:33
deed deuced now we have some more on order. But we may have
1:46:38
to start using the Chinese do do things for January I have not
1:46:42
seen the new ones come in. So, you know, if you're not in this
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rollout, then you'll have to get a Chinese deducing. I promised
1:46:52
to be a better supporter and 2023 Special thanks to Adam for
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retweeting the no agenda night towel presented by a night towel
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present that Mike and Kelly day gave me for Christmas. There was
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kind of handsome, best Christmas ever I finally got some
1:47:08
followers. You both continue to provide a valuable service to my
1:47:12
general well being by exposing the bullshit around us quite
1:47:15
honestly, I miss John's occasional swear word. Have you
1:47:19
been listening recently. In fact, as a former US Navy
1:47:23
sailor, it's imperative to use colorful language to express our
1:47:27
thoughts from time to time. It said people who swear may be
1:47:30
happier, healthier and more honest. I'm willing to keep a
1:47:33
swear jar locally and donate on your behalf for each
1:47:36
transgression. And then of course give it back to you both
1:47:38
period go out periodically along with more timely value for value
1:47:41
donations, which went
1:47:43
into be encouraged. You know, we try to keep that a typical Navy
1:47:46
guy.
1:47:47
Of course. As a brief reminder, I'm the owner of a veteran owned
1:47:53
medical device company called infinitas medical technologies,
1:47:56
please check us out at infinitas medical.com. We make the most
1:48:00
innovative surgical positioning devices on the market. So I
1:48:06
looked at this this this infinitum and medical technology
1:48:10
is not there. If you look go look at that website. John.
1:48:13
There's there's a there's a an example. And it's it's an
1:48:18
illustration of their medical device. To me it looks like a
1:48:22
sex table. Because there's a there's a dude lying on his
1:48:26
back. He's strapped down and his legs are in stirrups. I don't
1:48:30
know. But I don't know that this is a front or something. It's a
1:48:35
very interesting medical device sake
1:48:37
for them. That's how you get I think that's for the vasectomy.
1:48:42
Maybe it is strapped down so you can't move. We even employ the
1:48:47
furry hating ex Googler from Kansas from Kansas episode 1469.
1:48:52
He is truly one of the best engineers in the industry along
1:48:55
with Luke Ed and Marty, who you need to call out his current
1:48:58
douchebags. All in one. We could use some legal yak karma for
1:49:03
some upcoming battles we're about to wage against some
1:49:05
corrupt health care organizations. Oh goodness, do
1:49:08
email me let me know more. It's time to public knew just how
1:49:12
jacked up this industry truly is much to the detriment of
1:49:14
countless surgical caregivers and their patients. No doubt.
1:49:18
Please add me to the birthday list for today the 29th along
1:49:20
with Kelly day of Fukai for K okay. On the 30th only jingle
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requested is F cancer as we lost two friends this year. Both
1:49:29
their birthdays happened to be yesterday on the 28th our IP
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Jimmy and Kelly know and of course we do that
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honor was ally Sir Alex Vander Hengst in Springfield,
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Tennessee. Here's my annual count down donation. Thank you
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for your Courage and I Oh, by the way, we have somebody
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suggested a 54321 donation for for the next show which is New
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Year's.
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Oh, oh as I count
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like Thank you. Thank you for your courage and I pray 2023
1:50:15
will be blessed for both of you in J and K. Sir Alex vender
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Hanks it's amazing
1:50:22
how you switch the order now I get all the long notes and you
1:50:25
get the really short ones well done. Well played. Thank you
1:50:28
Thank you theater which is from Justin Texas. $250 first
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Associate Executive Producer, which means you got to do a
1:50:34
longer note that's how it goes for some reason Hello gyms. This
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donation should carry me over the threshold to become a
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Christmas night. I've been on the $21 per month plan since
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December of 2019. But was compelled to pay off a year
1:50:47
early because of all the extraordinary value you've given
1:50:50
me over the years. This is how it works. If you're wondering
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about value for value, this is exactly how and why it works.
1:50:58
longtime listener here not quite day one pretty darn close. John,
1:51:02
I follow you over from the cranky geeks. Adam I remember
1:51:04
you live in your fourth. I remember watching you live in
1:51:09
your former life as a VJ it was never live very seldomly. Was it
1:51:14
live? Would you please play an F cancer from my kind hearted
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mother in law Murray a jobs karma from my friends and a
1:51:21
family and family praying my boss gets his promotion and both
1:51:25
my kids are gainfully employed and 2023 A thank God for my
1:51:29
smokin hot wife for my smokin hot wife Shannon and a goat
1:51:33
karma for my wife as well. She loves goats. And I would like to
1:51:37
request the title Sir Peter the Christmas night of Kitty meow
1:51:41
meow of love. If you want to know what that means. You'll
1:51:44
have to ask my wife. I humbly request you re procure some a
1:51:49
beat up Purple Haze. And Mama D's jambalaya for the
1:51:54
roundtable. Purple Haze I would presume is a holy flower and
1:52:03
honestly smokin hot wife that boogity is what that is right
1:52:08
boogity. I'm having a hard time Why is Bugatti not showing up?
1:52:15
There's movie Okay, so what else did you want? was at its request
1:52:22
the Eisen show. Thank you for all the infotainment to date. I
1:52:25
look forward to help you retaining my sanity into 2023
1:52:29
and beyond Absolutely.
1:52:47
On we're with James Scott in Parlin New Jersey. tu tu, tu tu
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tu a row of swans, ducks, ducks, ducks. Hi John and Anna I just
1:52:58
wanted to donate to plug the quarterly Central Jersey meet up
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on the third on the three three ber distillery three bear
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distiller three Burke three bird distillery. Well, it's it's
1:53:10
someplace in Jersey. Anyone going to check it out on the no
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agenda meetups.com on January 7, the details are on no agenda
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meetups There you go. No agenda meetups.com Thank you. No
1:53:22
jingles no karma.
1:53:24
beauteous sir surrounded by idiots in Forsyth, Missouri. And
1:53:30
a nice Palindrome 211 12 to one 1.12 Greetings comrade curry
1:53:35
comrade divorce. This is a switcheroo. Okay, this is the
1:53:38
fifth Palindrome of Dixon ducks. It is Dixon ducks, which brings
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my wife Tammy Collins a dame hood. Finally I'm married to a
1:53:46
damn dame. Please name her Tammy Collins highway star. Today is
1:53:51
our ninth anniversary and I couldn't think of a better gift
1:53:54
in a dame hood. Dude, I'm sure she could have been okay. Go
1:53:58
ahead. Trigger warning. sappy content forthcoming. Happy
1:54:03
anniversary, baby. I love you to the moon and back. I couldn't
1:54:07
ask for a better wife. My only regret is not marrying you
1:54:11
sooner. Also, like also.
1:54:15
I gotta get sappy that's a good one.
1:54:18
Also, I'd like to wish you myself a happy birthday on. Oh
1:54:22
January 1. Capricorn. I will complete my 52nd trip around the
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sun. I think our president should ingest a satchel of
1:54:29
Richard's man is this dude out of touch? What is the satchel of
1:54:33
Richards have no idea anyway enough satchel of Richard's
1:54:37
trolls anyway enough for me love you guys love the show keep it
1:54:41
up please. I got the tools of the trade a fuel injected heart
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efficiency is beautiful efficiency is art no jingles
1:54:46
just yet karma for all from surrounded by idiots. Thank you
1:54:51
very much sir. You've got harmonics or we're gonna. That
1:54:58
is a switcheroo. He asked specifically first switch switch
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a row right? Does it yes which is right. Okay all right so she
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gets the credit as well
1:55:08
onward with a mic succow In Belmar New Jersey 200 bucks and
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he sent a note and a check. And I have the note here and you can
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tell because I can make that noise greetings from the Jersey
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Shore we all enjoy your work thanks nice these offer health
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karma doll and no agenda listeners for 2023 Mike
1:55:27
All right, Mike. Good. Here it is some health karma. You've got
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karma. Monica SANY or SANY SANY. I'm guessing Rego Park New York
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200 ollars Associate Executive Producer do John and Adam this
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recently passed like YouTube's she had no filter and was the
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life of the party. We are the life of the party. Thank you for
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keeping us all sane PS I hope John and Mimi will return to
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sparks Sparks is this a club sparks
1:56:00
sparks that is the restaurant in New York where we have
1:56:03
anniversary Yes. The steak house we're one of the notorious for
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having a gang guy shot right in front of the place Castellano I
1:56:12
think anyway, on with Mark in LaPorte, Indiana, and he writes
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back on the donation wagon after a year off good luck if jingles
1:56:26
dealer's choice or pass good luck in 2023
1:56:30
and we'll just do a double up karma everybody can benefit from
1:56:33
it
1:56:33
he's got karma
1:56:38
good one make good note that maybe you should read it has to
1:56:41
do with a Nighthold and yes, yes a knighthood. Yeah,
1:56:45
I got it right here. It's anonymous. This is from show
1:56:47
1500 work. We're still cleaning stuff up and anonymous says I've
1:56:52
been meaning to follow up okay, you followed up good appreciate
1:56:55
it since my knighting was missed in the 1500 confusion I guess
1:56:58
that means I can claim a black night status I will say yes.
1:57:02
Sorry for not following up soon. I usually listen when I'm
1:57:04
driving or cooking or doing chores so when I forget it so
1:57:07
then I forget about it when I'm at a computer please night meet
1:57:12
we do this show and have the same problem. That's right.
1:57:15
That's right. Please nightmare a Sir Winston Smith night of the
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thoughtcrime as I go by at thought criminal at no agenda
1:57:23
social.com Not sure if I get to request any jingles for this.
1:57:27
But I don't have any special requests. I would like the
1:57:29
double up karma for people who don't ask for anything though.
1:57:32
So to avoid that, oh, Oreos are just addictive as cocaine. Okay,
1:57:37
well, we'll just do both of them for you. Where's the Oreos? Or
1:57:45
this is Oreos. There we go. And we'll do a double up with
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Oreos are just as addictive as cocaine
1:57:53
use. That's it that looks Yeah, it looks like that's our
1:58:03
executive producers and Associate Executive producers
1:58:07
for show 1516 Next shows 1517 And next show will be next year.
1:58:13
On January 1 A day we work very few people do they're too hung
1:58:17
over. They don't want to work or they've already taken two weeks
1:58:20
off. And we don't
1:58:21
have like Tulsi Gabbard or other people to take over our show.
1:58:27
We don't. And I don't think Tulsi would be that good at it.
1:58:31
No. But in fact, I'm not so sure she actually can barely read the
1:58:34
prompter when she takes over Tucker show. Yeah, yeah.
1:58:38
I agree with you. We will be on deck and very proud. In fact,
1:58:44
it's going to be kind of fun. We are attending a New Year's Eve
1:58:48
dinner at the former New York Bankers House with about 12
1:58:53
people. So I guess
1:58:54
five or six will be something to report in the new year. Yes,
1:58:58
yes. Because
1:59:00
with the insights, he sent a follow up to the invitation. And
1:59:05
he said, don't bring anything just be prepared to talk about
1:59:09
something you learned this year.
1:59:12
Well, it's not gonna be one of those games is not a game. They
1:59:16
have a big wheel. They're gonna spin at the table.
1:59:19
It'll be a sharing moment. I'll be sharing.
1:59:22
I can't wait. Oh, it already sounds terrible.
1:59:26
It's gonna be fantastic. What are you talking about? It's
1:59:29
gonna be he
1:59:29
doesn't want you to bring anything because it's kind of
1:59:31
like you know, I got I already got it covered. You bring a
1:59:35
bottle of cheap wine. There's nothing worse than somebody
1:59:38
coming out with a bottle of cheap wine and they expect you
1:59:40
to drink it.
1:59:41
Yeah, no, no, he drinks a Bollinger but he has Bollinger
1:59:47
so I'm not going to use it. Don't bring anything up. Bring
1:59:49
him a story. Don't you worry. Get ready. Get ready for your
1:59:53
friends to have their heads blown apart. vora.org/and Thank
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you all for your value. For valued donations for no agenda
2:00:02
episode 1516 Bar formula is this we go out for yet people in the
2:00:08
mouth shut us. There's another. There's another is almost
2:00:23
another dinner. What?
2:00:25
But you're going to be playing charades I'm guaranteeing it at
2:00:29
that banker. No,
2:00:30
no, no. We have another dinner. Let me just see when this dinner
2:00:33
is taking place. This is happening on the sixth Friday
2:00:38
the sixth. And it's here in Hill Country and it's called a
2:00:42
progressive dinner. Have you ever heard of this? progressive
2:00:45
dinner?
2:00:46
No. By here heard of it. You mean is it? Is it some style of
2:00:51
dinner called progressive? Correct. That I've heard of?
2:00:55
I've never heard of it. So again, I think 12 people, what
2:00:59
can I guess? Sure. It's progressive. So you start eating
2:01:03
a barbecue and you keep eating and you keep progressing until
2:01:06
somebody passes out and then the fattest guy wins. Close.
2:01:10
Close. Close. No, not quite. The progressive dinner means there's
2:01:15
six couples and there Wait let
2:01:19
me guess again. You all throw your car keys into a bowl.
2:01:25
Yeah, that's it John.
2:01:29
No, no, wrong again. Wrong again. No, the progressive
2:01:33
dinner is where you there's a party bus. We all get on that we
2:01:38
get on the party. Oh no. Yeah. And we and we start with
2:01:42
appetizers at couples house number one and no and then you
2:01:46
go to the next I mean So there's several courses very
2:01:51
this is a kind of a take off of the Boone nuwell movie the
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discrete charm of the bourgeoisie if you haven't seen
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it check it out.
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I have not I have not sounds interesting
2:02:02
Yeah, sounds similar. Now these are all hill where are you on
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the on the on the bus
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desert desert we
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cool you get to stay home then after the thing is over exactly.
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Unite everybody
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yes in fact Yeah, everyone leaves from our house in the bus
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and but these are hill country people. So they will be this is
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this will be this will be the opposite of the former New York
2:02:31
banker I think we might even have some some some q story so
2:02:35
I'm very excited guy
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what kind of what kind of an indictment is that you're trying
2:02:39
to make just don't be clear what this
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sealed indictment is what it is and I have 1000s of them so
2:02:44
don't worry I'm this country perfect. So that's what you have
2:02:48
to look forward to in the new year no agenda will not
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disappoint. We will continue to bring you the best boots on the
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ground available to any show any show I'm also going to be on hog
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story I think in the New Year
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oh good for you it's a good show
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yeah and and I don't think primerica is it's great America
2:03:07
they aired that yet my my episode so proud of it
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I listened to it religiously. Yeah,
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well then you would say no,
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I would say no you haven't been haven't been out yet. Okay,
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good. Good. Oh,
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I had something popped up for the slaves and this it's true.
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If you have an iPhone and if you were in Texas during the the the
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Big Freeze your iPhone may have popped up with the following
2:03:39
warning. Clean Energy charging in your region iPhone will try
2:03:45
to selectively charge when lower carbon emission electricity is
2:03:50
available. So it automatically decides to not charge or slowly
2:03:57
charge when your region which our region was using 90% Gas
2:04:02
coal and I think a little bit of nuclear but no wind and very
2:04:07
little solar
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is this built in? Is this a function of the iPhone direct
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now you you feel the iPhone itself Yep. is telling you that
2:04:16
you can't charge this and that because first you got to check
2:04:19
in with the home office to see how the grid looks at the moment
2:04:23
and decide whether or not you can charge your phone. The
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iPhone right? Correct. This is disgusting.
2:04:30
It is on you can turn it off as far as I know it's on by
2:04:33
default. But for now just like was it the nest? That was also a
2:04:42
choice and then it wasn't a choice and then people got their
2:04:46
heat or their their air conditioning cut off. This is
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the future and it's starting with the iPhone. Yeah, well
2:04:54
based upon start
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you got the right people you got the right audience Perfect. Now
2:04:58
I have some tick tock clips. I want to play the end of the
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year.
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Oh good. I have one. So I'm excited about yours. I got
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three. Oh, you have you have the one I had? I see you got them
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all. It's good. You got them all. You got them
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all. Okay, well,
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let's start with the mat. Holy. Hold on, just hold on, hold on.
2:05:15
You're the master. I'm just gonna. I'm just gonna sit back
2:05:17
and relax, huh?
2:05:23
Let's start with a little discussion about the difference
2:05:26
between queer and gay. This is the one
2:05:29
I had. I love this. This is a fantastic clip. This is someone
2:05:34
saying I've always wondered, what is queer? What is queer?
2:05:40
And you have to take into account that queers come into
2:05:43
the picture only recently as a major influence on the gay
2:05:48
community into the point where they've made it an incursion.
2:05:51
And I find as personally I'm not gay, I find it offensive on
2:05:56
behalf of the gays who don't seem to want to speak out about
2:05:59
this. Why are they moving in on the otherwise elegant gay flag
2:06:05
designed by a professional and used in with some considerations
2:06:10
I listen to the guy give a talk about this flag that he
2:06:13
invented. He's dead now unfortunately, be pissed about
2:06:16
what they're doing by driving it driving the transsexual
2:06:20
community into the gay flag with a big arrow like thing and then
2:06:24
all kinds of music as far as I'm concerned, this merging the flag
2:06:29
but okay. Let's listen to this. I appears to be a female, very
2:06:37
skinny female that has short hair, very short hair and a male
2:06:44
mannerisms. And here she goes,
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I will no longer call a person queer. If I don't see them,
2:06:51
participating in queer politic, you're gay. Sure you're gay.
2:06:54
That is not the same as queer. If you haven't put a mask on in
2:06:59
a week, not queer. You're just not queer. You're not queer.
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This is supposed to be radical. It's supposed to be about
2:07:06
supporting each other, helping each other and making sure that
2:07:09
we like lift up from the most vulnerable of our community. A
2:07:14
lot of you gays are not acting like queers right now. So I'm
2:07:17
not going to call you queer.
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You have to be political. Otherwise, you're not clear. I
2:07:25
always wondered, do you think this is this is the actual
2:07:27
definition like, Yeah, I
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think I think there's an element. I mean, I did the part
2:07:32
about the mask makes me suspicious. Well, you have to
2:07:35
wear a mask. But if you hadn't worn a mask in a week, you're
2:07:41
not queer. I find it to be insulting.
2:07:45
Of course, the the gays, the gays are getting engaged or
2:07:49
getting. There's a podcast I really like it's called
2:07:52
disaffected. And Josh hosts the show he's in, I want to say New
2:07:59
Hampshire, which is ground zero, Wolk, apparently. And he's just
2:08:05
a gay guy who talks about whatever whatever you see is
2:08:07
going on. And of course, he's like, we got to stop the
2:08:10
groomers big mistake, because they got the platform that shows
2:08:13
the platform from Patreon. It's like it's getting kicked off of
2:08:17
everywhere.
2:08:17
Right away. He got kicked off a Patreon for saying he had a deep
2:08:20
plateau. You got to stop the groomers? Yep. Yep, so groomers
2:08:23
now a bad word. Very
2:08:25
bad word. Marry, but I brought I'm bringing them into
2:08:27
podcasting. 2.0 man gotta save these guys. We got to protect
2:08:31
our gays. So gays, there's no gays and our gays. There are
2:08:36
gays these are our gay. He introduced you know, the reason
2:08:40
why I really liked him because we always talked about dementia
2:08:42
B. He apparently had his own version of that. And they call
2:08:46
it a Cluster B which I think is kind of cool. Cluster B,
2:08:51
you have enough for me to have cluster F
2:08:54
bingo. Next up on the TIC TOCs.
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Okay, so now we have a I would say a moderately attractive
2:09:03
Asian woman but I can't tell if she's Chinese or, or Japanese
2:09:08
completely because she has no accent whatsoever and doesn't
2:09:11
have any characteristics and she's got like purple hair. And
2:09:15
she's going on and on about byproducts. And she's advocating
2:09:19
for she even though she never uses the word in this, but she's
2:09:21
advocating for a world of segregation. Well, it turns out
2:09:26
that a lot of these people are segregationists, just like in
2:09:30
the old Deep South versus this one. Sorry.
2:09:33
So obviously it's not the actual skin tone when we're talking
2:09:37
about whiteness. Entitlement privileges.
2:09:43
Wait a minute, what is what is this? What is this?
2:09:46
I don't understand on the screen because they have a subtitles is
2:09:50
H just like white without the W and she likes to make us like a
2:09:55
spitting sound. This is her her disgust with why it's not about
2:09:59
skin into color by whites or she's doing this making the
2:10:04
sound she does say white once or twice by accident, but she's
2:10:07
usually doing this sound white, quite high,
2:10:12
like whip it. Okay, so
2:10:13
obviously, it's not the actual skin tone when we're talking
2:10:17
about whiteness, it's the point entitlement privileges
2:10:23
microaggressions that white people indulge in because we
2:10:27
live in a supremacist society, where whiteness is seen as the
2:10:32
standard and catered to in everything that exists in
2:10:37
Hollywood and government and schools. And people will be
2:10:40
like, you can't just base it off of that one racist person, when
2:10:43
you're a person of color. It's never that one racist white
2:10:47
person you encountered. The white superiority complex isn't
2:10:51
everything you touch. It's never just one thing in the way you
2:10:56
carry yourself, your mannerisms, or you speak to military. And
2:11:01
most white people are not actively fighting racism. So if
2:11:05
bipoc folks and their leisure time because it's exhausting to
2:11:09
be around that 24/7 want to be in the comforts of people that
2:11:14
they trust, feel safe with, enjoy free time away from
2:11:19
societal pressures of white dominance, which is constantly
2:11:24
being pushed, it's not exclusionary, some BiPAP folks
2:11:29
enjoy a place of safe haven, where whiteness is not centered.
2:11:33
It's about nurturing and nourishing the wellness of bipoc
2:11:37
folks, for once in their personal time and personal space
2:11:42
out of the million other times where they cannot if you can't
2:11:45
understand the need for that or respect that you're exactly the
2:11:49
reason.
2:11:52
Oh, goodness, do you know what bipoc Even stands for?
2:11:57
Black indigenous people of color. Correct?
2:12:01
And do you know what this is doing? This is pushing a DOS,
2:12:04
American descendants of slavery into the background. The
2:12:08
byproducts are coming in because they're not from American
2:12:11
slavery. They're from the Caribbean. They're from other
2:12:14
other places. And they're, they're they're completely
2:12:18
taking over the space that was reserved for
2:12:21
escape. Or this woman is Chinese. Yeah,
2:12:24
that's how you get to be bipoc you don't you're not Chinese,
2:12:27
you're bipoc I know it's it's really
2:12:32
it's all marginalization that's what the whole everything is
2:12:34
about marginalization and that's what the dishes another example.
2:12:38
But if you look on the up, man, it's a big job. If you look up
2:12:42
on the on the fediverse all of these professors that come in or
2:12:47
bipoc that it's all it's all about hating white, it's white,
2:12:51
it's not even white people just whiteness in general. Just you
2:12:54
know, you and me whiteness, this show whiteness, Snow White,
2:12:57
Texas, white, which is everything white that Mastodon
2:13:00
white, this is no one cares about bipoc people a mastodon is
2:13:04
built from whiteness. I mean, seriously, seriously, I know I'm
2:13:10
mentally ill. And they're meant and and they're they're
2:13:13
egotistical. They're taking away taking away from the American
2:13:17
descendants of slavery, pulling towards them and closing the
2:13:21
door on them.
2:13:23
Yeah, that which is typical of what you know, these is what
2:13:27
happens is what you do
2:13:28
here, let me just here. This is Kim Creighton Hershey. The anti
2:13:34
racist economist is what she is. Her book is profit without
2:13:38
oppression. I mean, everything that she writes is about the
2:13:43
white note, Southwest Airlines. Their white whiteness, that's
2:13:48
why it had to get canceled. Southwest doesn't care about
2:13:51
black people. That's why whites white. Ah, the black and brown
2:13:58
folks who these good white folks had left behind. I mean, it's
2:14:01
just folks with an axe. It's unbelievable. It's unbelievable.
2:14:07
Okay, yeah, well, let's see, did they really do need some of
2:14:10
them?
2:14:11
Well need help need psychological help?
2:14:13
Well, the psychological help is really needed with this last
2:14:16
clip. This is a woman who is she's got a term for it I have
2:14:23
it written down here but just play this clip and this is a
2:14:26
she's right in the same league with the the other two.
2:14:30
Hi, my name is Samuel and I'm a canine theory and
2:14:33
what a canine theory in
2:14:36
a canine is her name. Her name is Samuel or its name is Samuel
2:14:41
their their name is Samuel I don't know themselves. I have no
2:14:44
idea what their what their pronoun is themselves. His days.
2:14:48
I don't know. She is a canine theory and I don't know about
2:14:55
this.
2:14:55
No, I What is it? That's what I said. What is it canine theory?
2:14:58
Oh, well, you'll find out
2:14:59
and I In the canine theory and but what does this mean? A
2:15:03
Syrian is somebody who identifies as wholly or
2:15:06
partially non human, specifically as a nonhuman
2:15:09
animal from this earth. Now there are other forms of
2:15:12
nonhumans and a person could identify as being non human for
2:15:16
a plethora of psychological or spiritual reasons. For me, I'm
2:15:19
not sure which it is. I used to be certain that it was purely
2:15:23
psychological due to neurodivergent SE. However, as I
2:15:26
started to delve into my spirituality, I started to
2:15:28
question if it was maybe a past life that affects my ultra
2:15:32
humanity. Either way, I feel a disconnect from other humans and
2:15:36
to the part of my brain and soul that feels human. Instead, I
2:15:41
feel like a dog or a wolf, which I know is extraordinarily
2:15:45
common.
2:15:46
Okay, so she's a furry only retarget Is that what's that?
2:15:49
What's going on? Can I just say this okay to say that this app
2:15:53
didn't two hours into the show. Can I just say that? Well, my
2:15:57
good wishes, my goodness. You need to get off Tik Tok. Man.
2:16:02
That's cheating. That's gonna rot your brain.
2:16:04
I'm taking these from libs of Tik Tok that woman night shy?
2:16:10
Talk is a psyop.
2:16:12
Yeah, I did. Hello.
2:16:14
It's intended to introduce you to these concepts?
2:16:17
Well, I'm loving it.
2:16:21
I came across an article that I thought you would like because
2:16:25
you're always about the Gen Z. And what they what they are
2:16:29
afraid to do? What are the things that they that they have
2:16:31
real trouble with? saying to someone, hey, don't cut in line.
2:16:37
They can't
2:16:38
do anything confrontational. Okay.
2:16:41
So there's apparently a consultant who charges $480 an
2:16:46
hour? Which I wish is no, I think it should be that should
2:16:50
be a round number. But okay, for 80 an hour to help Gen Z staff
2:16:56
over there, overcome their fear of micro aggressions. Wishes
2:17:02
when they have to answer the phone. They are afraid to answer
2:17:07
the phone because they don't know what the person is going to
2:17:10
say. They're afraid they're not prepared. And she is trying to
2:17:14
help them answer the phone in their corporation. Have you come
2:17:21
across this anywhere your many travels,
2:17:24
I believe it's true that they're there, they do have these
2:17:27
issues. I had one big crop up with JC brought a dinner table
2:17:33
some time back. Gen Z and the younger, some of the Gen X,
2:17:39
whatever came before, but Gen Z in particular, have problems
2:17:43
recognizing faces. And I said what are you talking about
2:17:48
recognizing faces? Yeah, like faces, like, you know, you just
2:17:52
it's almost not having that a phasic thing like, like the
2:17:55
artist was Phil close, who couldn't you know, if you'd move
2:17:59
your face and you look at different people constantly, but
2:18:01
it's not that it's some you just don't recognize people over and
2:18:05
over again. And he says bring it up on the show, see if anybody
2:18:08
else is discussing this. And as Gen Z and they, they they don't
2:18:13
recognize you. They just don't recognize you. They can't
2:18:16
recognize faces. They got some problems.
2:18:19
I think it's probably because they can't look you in the eye.
2:18:23
Well, maybe that are the masking they went on for two years, but
2:18:26
they asked about the masking so no, that's not it. It's not the
2:18:28
masking
2:18:30
No, I would say it's purely just the confrontation of looking at
2:18:33
someone
2:18:35
that maybe could be part of the confrontation issue. And it's a
2:18:38
weird one though, where does it come from? I don't know. Anyway,
2:18:47
just so I introduced it people in the producers somebody if I
2:18:51
don't hear anything at all then we're good I'll bring him back
2:18:54
and then we move on to bring it back to the table not to the
2:18:57
show
2:19:00
you got anything on Twitter I mean did it even new and you
2:19:03
haven't you know I did get a I got a must clip I want to play
2:19:06
but it turns out not to be about Twitter use basically asked
2:19:09
about his robot and he's asked whether or not this thing is
2:19:13
going to be a robot friend or whatever and what robots
2:19:18
he's got a robot he does a Tesla robot Yeah,
2:19:21
yeah the dumb robot and so so he his answer I thought was a
2:19:25
little long winded but he finally agreed that the robot
2:19:28
may be a positive thing here
2:19:31
were you think you think you've got the problem? Have a handle
2:19:35
on the problem and then it Nope. Turns out and and so we're still
2:19:41
there we're lucky because I suppose but it goes it goes up
2:19:45
and and you know in retrospect they seem obvious but yeah,
2:19:49
because he said like because it because we need it. We need it
2:19:55
so so that the message next our intelligence and scaling up
2:20:00
Manufacturing. People have no idea this is going to be bigger
2:20:03
than the car. Like I think one of the things that's going to be
2:20:06
important is to have Yeah, you'll have your sort of funny
2:20:09
robot. Probably. Yeah.
2:20:11
What did you get this from? And did you alter it? Okay, you did?
2:20:17
Yeah. There was a, I was watching an interview before I
2:20:20
started the show. It was probably from that interview,
2:20:23
and Jason Calacanis is interviewing him about free
2:20:26
speech and, and he, he stutters a lot, he really has a
2:20:32
stuttering issue.
2:20:33
Gonna need to listen to it because he said moments he
2:20:39
doesn't. I don't know if that's a common thing with a real
2:20:43
stutter, because I don't think he's a real stutter is this this
2:20:45
is stammering and I do a lot of people do it. And but he gets
2:20:51
into the eye, and and then he gets stuck in these little
2:20:56
loops. And then he becomes extremely kind of like, he finds
2:21:02
his script points a point in the script. And he goes on for, I
2:21:06
don't know, two or three minutes and sounds just oh, he's the
2:21:08
dinette
2:21:08
he's the robot. You just said he gets stuck in his loop.
2:21:12
He gets stuck in a loop every so often. And
2:21:16
he is so unimpressive. It's unbelievable. I like him. I
2:21:23
didn't say he's unlikable is unimpressive. Just not
2:21:26
impressive. It's like what are you doing?
2:21:29
He has thoughts that are quite good. But it's like he's
2:21:33
surrounded by idiots. And he's kind of a goof ball, which I
2:21:36
think people under appreciate what I don't understand. I think
2:21:40
he may be a spook of some sort. Oh, hello.
2:21:44
So a hacker says, Hey, I've got 400 million users got all their
2:21:51
data. Here's a here's a little taste. He releases 1000 names
2:21:56
with email address phone numbers of celebrities, top top people
2:22:01
in government. And that story goes nowhere.
2:22:06
I find that to be peculiar to I don't have that story curiously.
2:22:09
But
2:22:10
the story there's no no clip. Nobody. Nobody covered
2:22:14
it. But But why not? I don't remember giving my email address
2:22:19
to them.
2:22:21
When you sign up, you have to give them an email address. And
2:22:26
they keep at they keep asking me for my phone number. Verify your
2:22:29
phone number. I just refresh and I don't give it. I don't think
2:22:32
I've ever given it but they probably have an idea. To
2:22:35
Twitter data breach 400 million user data hacked, including
2:22:39
Salman Khan and Sundar Pichai.
2:22:42
I think that the email list would be worth sending a no
2:22:46
agenda solicitation to
2:22:47
well, we have 1000 I have it all. So well.
2:22:51
First download it. Yeah, of course.
2:22:52
It's only Yeah, but why BamBam but why is it not news? That's
2:22:57
what that's what bugs me. And similarly, I thought the last
2:23:02
past hack is about
2:23:03
Ukraine. If it was about Ukraine, it'd be news. I'm
2:23:07
sorry. If it was hacker from bank or Ukraine or Vax?
2:23:13
Yeah, yeah, you're right.
2:23:15
Already interesting. I got an interesting story here. Let's
2:23:18
play this thing. This is about the Chinese professors that are
2:23:21
dropping dead left and right.
2:23:23
Two of China's most renowned universities are suffering an
2:23:27
unusually big loss their teachers and professors are
2:23:30
passing away. One of the universities is considered the
2:23:34
birthplace of the Chinese Communist Party or CCP. The
2:23:37
other one is known for its high profile alumni, including the
2:23:41
current and former CCP leaders. 12 professors from Beijing
2:23:46
University died this month. That's according to notices put
2:23:50
out by the school, three of the university's retired professors
2:23:54
passed away on December 22 alone. According to its website,
2:23:59
the university maintains strong links to the Chinese Communist
2:24:02
Party. The first group of communists and Marxists in China
2:24:07
were educated there. The second school is called single
2:24:10
university. The death toll for its retired professors totaled
2:24:14
87 In just the last four months of this year, double the figure
2:24:19
from the same period last year. This university also holds an
2:24:23
important place in the CCPs recent history. Most of China's
2:24:27
top leaders over the past decades are alumni, including
2:24:30
current Chinese leader Xi Jinping and former leader who
2:24:33
Jintao, the CCP leader before who Jintao did not attend the
2:24:37
school, but his Prime Minister did. It's unclear if the
2:24:42
deceased persons tested positive for COVID-19 or if they were
2:24:46
even tested for the virus at the time of the death. Most of the
2:24:50
death notices list illness as cause of death without any
2:24:54
specifics. One notice listed a quote heavy cold as the cause
2:25:00
So, the deceased person was the designer of the 2008 Beijing
2:25:04
Paralympic mascot.
2:25:06
I don't mind the New Tang Dynasty clothes, but you can at
2:25:08
least cut out some of those annoying pauses. I cut them out.
2:25:13
Ah, now there's one or two left in there, I thought. Well,
2:25:18
that's as I think it
2:25:20
has little. It seems like there is something going on. I see
2:25:24
this girl relation. Yeah, the CCPs got something to do with
2:25:27
it. But remember that one guy that they did that? She just