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February 16th, 2023 • 3h 21m

1530: Red Queen

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boobs are in. Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak. It's
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Thursday, February 16 2023. This is your award winning Kibana
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nation media assassination episode 1530
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This is no agenda watching the
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Red Queen rising and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas hill country here in the region number six in the
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morning everybody I'm Adam fairy
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and from Northern Silicon Valley where we still got balloons no
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matter what I'm just see the vortex
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so we're pretty convinced now in the amateur radio community
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which I am a member of I don't know if you've renewed your
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license but
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of course I did make a fuss about it What a pain in the ass
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it turned out to be
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right killer five Alpha Charlie Charlie everybody dead for sure.
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We are like a five by five convinced now. That one of the
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balloons I mean, unidentified aerial phenomenon that was
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brought down by a sidewinder missile was a Pico
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and $1,000 missile is what makes it make sure that it's clear
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was a PICO balloon. Oh, no. Yes, the PICO balloon is a ham radio
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balloon with little raspberry pi, you've got a little
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transmitter on the you know it's transmitting whisper sequences,
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low power. And there you go. They blew it out of the sky. So
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that's at least one mystery solved. Idiots. We got boots on
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the ground about this. We have we have people who are actually
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really in the know, is it pico or piko? I would say um, you
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know, they probably say piko. But I say Pico? I don't know.
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No, I think it's Pico. Who is also that's pico isn't small
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micro Pico? Chico? Nos piko. Well, I don't know. When's the
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last time you lead up a ham radio balloon
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piko. They talk about piko leaders there's piko piko that's
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all over the place. I've always pronounced it pika its metric
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in the morning, please keep me anonymous. And this person has
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asked me not to mention where they where I work, but it would
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be somewhere where they are intimately involved in this
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balloon and unidentified aerial phenomenon weirdness since it
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began and would like to provide some insight and all the
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information that has been released to the public for the
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good of the show. This is what I'm talking about. We have the
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best producers in the universe. It's true value for value.
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Everybody's an expert at something. When when balloons
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cross your desk, it may be time to reach out. And ready.
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All ears?
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Yes. Then we should let everybody know that you have
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ordered a new cradle for your microphone. So we still there?
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Yeah. Oh, yeah. The rubber be banging. Firstly, the Chinese
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spy balloon is slashed. What? What are you doing, man?
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I'm stretching it. Okay.
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Is a was a no shit intel gathering platform. We know
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where it came from. And I've been watching it for a while.
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Its payload is surprisingly intact and is being salvaged and
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analyzed. I'm sure someday, more info will be released. The
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airframe and ordinance used to kill which is my words, he says,
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kill it were selected due to the altitude and speed of the
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balloon. The F 22 Can't use its guns above 50,000 feet. I don't
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know. I wonder why. I wonder why that is. Also using gun to be
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too risky to the pilot. Maybe there's no air and just just
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float around who knows 50,000 feet doesn't seem that high. Due
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to the close engagement required the slow speed of the object and
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the fast speed of the jet Mach 1.3 ish. The jet could actually
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wind up flying through the debris field or through the
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object itself. So this is apparently balloons have never
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been thought about.
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One of the jet could fly slower than 1.5.
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Okay, you want to second guessed our producer who's in this
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business?
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Well, I've started to second guess him after you said you
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can't fire the guns.
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I'm sure there's a very good reason for it. One of the
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reasons the balloon was not shot down immediately after it
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penetrated our air defenses zone was that it did not demonstrate
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a hostile act or hostile intent. Therefore, the authority for a
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shutdown resided only at the POTUS SecDef level. See,
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definitely our person is definitely talking in in the
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right terms, military terms. So the otherwise general Van Van
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Herk van Herk, the NORAD us NORTHCOM commander that he could
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have given the order. So that's something we didn't know. The
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other UAPs are a little different. I showed up for work
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last Friday thinking that we were actually being invaded.
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Turns out what happened was we recalibrated our radar to detect
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slow moving objects. General van Herk wasn't lying when he said
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we don't know If these things are if and when we find the ones
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we shot down, perhaps we'll have a better idea. Amateur Radio
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balloon. The one issue we have with the identification and
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shoot down of these objects is they are small and slow and our
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jets are just too fast. Our air defense system is designed to
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kill airplanes, not balloons. The reason the aim 9x was used
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is that use infrared to identify and track the target and can
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differentiate an object from its surroundings based on
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temperature. Well, I'm sure that the piko piko was warmer. It's
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not perfect. It's designed to shoot things moving at the speed
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of an aircraft like Russian bombers, perhaps there are other
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platforms in our arsenal that are better suited for the
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current problem set. But I think we need a new multibillion
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dollar program to address this novel phenomenon. And he says,
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or she says, I hope that we can, I'll be able to deliver more
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information and context as it comes along. And this is just
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not playing here.
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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin sitting down for his first
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interview since the US shut down a Chinese spy balloon and then
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three other flying objects over North America. Anyone claimed
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ownership of the last three? No, they haven't. Is this something
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that the American people have been potentially in danger from
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for years and just not known it?
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We don't know if you know, right, how frequently these
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these things may or may not have appeared in our airspace. We're
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learning a lot more about that
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the fact that the US military didn't know about these until
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recently, is that an intelligence failure? Was that a
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military failure? No, it's
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It's how you use your radars. They recently made some
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adjustments on their on our radar, right went up the
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aperture and they're analyzing the data a bit differently. We
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typically are focused on things that are moving fast and and so
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it's a bit more difficult to collect on slow moving objects
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like a balloon
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up. That's kind of right, then I guess our our producer is on the
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right track with that information. That they change,
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though that they recalibrate the radar and start picking up ham
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radio balloons. I was talking to my buddy Mitch, the
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periodontist. And he flies a lot. And he says, Last year
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valentine's day he was flying 10,000 fetuses. You have no idea
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how many Valentine's balloons are up in the air at 10,000 feet
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to anything could be up there.
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If it's interesting, they would hold up to 10,000 feet.
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I would think that they would pop sooner than that. But who
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knows which ones they are?
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Well, these are the aluminum ones he's talking about. And
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they're probably pretty sturdy.
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Yeah. Oh, a second. For some reason. I have to reopen my
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whole system here. But let me go. Just work now. Balloons.
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Here we go balloons. Yes. Do you I have a I have a couple of
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things on balloons newest. Oops. This one I kind of liked was
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Kareem Abdul Jabbar vandamm. And she was taking questions. I
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guess the media is now pretty clued in that they shot down
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some just bogus stuff, weather balloons or whatever. And so now
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they're grilling her poor poor lady. She's, she's way over
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ahead in this gig. And here's a White House correspondent
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badgering her about well, what if it turns out you just shut
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down some dumb balloons,
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if it turns out is it looks like that the President and Mr.
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Trudeau said top gun fighters to blow weather balloons out of the
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sky? Is the does the President regret that? And is he
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embarrassed by that?
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I'm not gonna get ahead of what any final decision? We just
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don't know yet. We just don't know. And as I as I said, as my
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colleagues were don't know,
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back it up and started over again. Oh, okay. She says I'm
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not going to get ahead of any final decisions. This question
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had nothing to do with a decision.
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Maybe she means what am I talking about? Maybe she means
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like a decision as in as like, like a court decides that this?
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Oh, this was a weather balloon, something like that. Maybe that
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which I think
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she just threw it in there as a word salad is part of the
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problem with this whole administration.
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Let's listen again,
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if it turns out is it looks like that the president?
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Maybe Maybe she means we haven't made up the story yet. You
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haven't. We've made an editorial decision which story to go with?
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How about that as an answer? That could be
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Mr. Troodos and top gun fighters to blow weather balloons out of
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the sky? Is the does the President regret that and is he
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embarrassed by that?
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I'm not gonna get ahead of what of any final decision. We just
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don't know yet. We actually just don't know. And as I as I've
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said, as my colleague has has said, from NSC, it is it is in
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consideration that that could be the leading explanation here
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again. I don't know. Let me let me. Let me answer the question.
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I don't think the president should be embarrassed right by
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the fact that he action to make sure that our air, our airspace,
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civilian airspace was safe. I don't think that he should. I'm
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answering the question. I am I am answering the question,
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right, the President took action because we did see that these
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these objects were in the airspace of civilian airspace.
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And so to prepare
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the airspace of civilian airspace, the airspace at
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the civilian airspace, the President took action it is and
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he took he took recommendation by the Pentagon to take that
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action.
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I think that's a lie based upon what our what our person here
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says is but may not have well, although, of course, it was
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their recommendation, shoot some missiles,
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I don't want to get ahead of what this what will be the final
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analysis right of what the objects may have been or may not
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have been. So don't want to get into into a hypothetical here.
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But look, this is the president, everything that he can
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everything in his power. Right. Right, defend to Drake, and to
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protect our airspace. And that's what you should see. That's what
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you should be voting from what are the actions?
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That's what you should be reporting on? Don't report on
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this. That's what you should be gleaning from this.
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Since you brought her into the picture. You might as well play
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the John Pierre and Canadia clip.
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Yeah, you know, I actually, okay, I'll tell you why I didn't
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like this is
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why is the American military shooting something out of the
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sky over Canada
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because it's part of NORAD. There's the NORAD as part of
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like a part of it's a it's a, what you call a coalition. And
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of course, Russia attacked Exactly. And so we were able to
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do that, again, we didn't do it on our own. We did it in, in,
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in, clearly in in step with Canadia.
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Sure what I didn't like about this clip, because I found the
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full interview, she corrects herself within half a second to
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Canada. And although it's funny, she said it. The correction came
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so quick, I would have played it in its whole context. But I just
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don't like social media where they cut it off and you know
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that there's something wrong so have you
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Oh, yeah. Find the clip was funnier part of the clip is her
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trying to stammering Yes, that's
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what I that's the part I liked about it. But the Canadians like
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okay, yeah, I mean, she she stammering she doesn't know what
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she's doing. She's way out of her league. And it's, it's time
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to stop picking on her.
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Oh, please. Don't be the day well, I was disseminated this
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has been recorded for some future use. Are you doing this?
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You're gonna get a job are you what are you looking for? Yeah,
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I don't know. I feel bad for her I feel bad for her for a little
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while I feel bad about the elder abuse of the President and I'll
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get over it don't worry it's just she's she's it's it's
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almost sad you know, she's such a manufactured person completely
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like put together with Biddle
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arrogant, she deserves it. Now I have a variation on this clip
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which I thought was better you played the wrong one actually.
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No, because I looked at the two which said John Pierre Canadia
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clip and I played nice lip.
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I said play John Pierre and Canadia flip you said clip? No,
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I didn't say
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Oh, okay. You said clip believe me because I bet you play
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you play clip. Play the other one. It's just the way it should
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have
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gone. Why is why is the American military shooting something out
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of the sky over Canada because it's
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part of NORAD there is the NORAD is part of like a part of it's a
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it's a what you call a coalition and of course exactly. And so
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that's why we were able to do that again. We didn't do it on
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our own. We did it in in in clearly is in step with Canadian
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that see you even
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like a little bit of the in there. Yeah. Yeah, I got I'm
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sorry. You spent 10 minutes on that. Wow, great. Appreciate.
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Did you know that was the clip they the bowing was open.
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Sitting right down the desktop. It didn't take 10 minutes it
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took like one second?
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Yeah, well, you couldn't it could have been tighter because
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you had her in there. If you want me to get me to critique
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it, let's go to the actual cost of the shoot down the questions
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tonight about the shutdowns of the three smaller objects last
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week, the White House said today those unidentified objects which
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is told Congress are likely balloons for benign commercial
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use academic research that you and chiefs Chairman
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acknowledging it took two missiles to bring down one of
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them
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on the fourth one over like your first shot missed a second shot
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hit the missile landed harmlessly in the water of Lake
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Huron.
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The Air Force estimates the cost of taking out the four high
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flying objects is more than two and a half million dollars
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to go in for two and a half days to go and retrieve that missile
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I guess from Lake Huron. That's like a broken arrow. Don't they
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call that a broken arrow and then the
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new guys Luke or anything will usually leave it there hell with
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it. You
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know, these people are so crazy. They might have shot up many new
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cattle they like what can we do? She hears Kirby Rear Admiral.
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Now he took advantage of it right away. He knows how to do
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it. Here's John Pierre, pay attention. But
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we were able to determine that China has a high altitude
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balloon program for intelligence collection
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for a second. When I want to start listening to Kirby as a
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female, he's got kind of a high pitch but he doesn't have a
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baritone he's it's like one of those voices that could be a
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woman a trans a bit
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like Rachel Levine. Little bit. Yeah, he could transition easily
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if you think if you listen to Kirby and think that he's a
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woman, I think you could convince yourself okay,
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everybody put on your thinking caps.
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But we were able to determine that China has a high altitude
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balloon program for intelligence collection that's connected to
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the People's Liberation Army. It was operating during the
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previous administration, but they did not detect it. We
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detected it. We try Oh, and we have been carefully studying it
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to learn as much as we can. We know that these PRC surveillance
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balloons have crossed over dozens of countries on multiple
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continents around the world
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so you know he knows what to do he's like hey, you know they
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didn't do it we got it. We got it so much better than
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us hamming it up too much but down
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here CBS with their their report.
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The newest information on a tiny spy balloon shot down off the
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Atlantic Coast shows that US intelligence break.
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Tiny he said tiny to one off the Atlantic coach was a monster.
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You can see it with the visual you can see it visibly from the
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naked eye.
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Well, why is that? We really don't know if it was a monster
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at the height that it was at or not.
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Well, everyone's pretty convinced it was a mid was a big
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boy. You can see the array of radars coming off of it. Or red
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or whatever white why is this one? Why is he saying the word
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tiny?
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Hello, CBS.
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What are they trying to what are they trying to pull on us here?
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Let's
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listen the newest information on a tiny spy balloon shot down off
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the Atlantic coast.
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So I need a
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tiny said Chinese. Man. You want to tell this person to see a
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Boiling Boiling
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world away. Our sources say the military tractor balloon for
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four weeks before drifted across the continental US. Ed O'Keefe
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is at the White House and what's going on.
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Nate Good to see you. You're right CBS News has learned into
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US intelligence and actually been tracking the balloon when
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it took off from Hainan island off of the South China Coast
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last month. At that point, it then started drifting towards
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Guam and Hawaii before making a northward turn up to Alaska
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officials say it's possible the balloon was blown off its
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initial course by weather. But the Chinese still had control of
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climate change. It came south over the lower 48 states. As for
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the three objects shutdown, this is
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where the Chinese should say, Hey, we're very sorry, just
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climate change.
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We can buy these US fighter jets. The strongest theory now
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from the intelligence community is that the objects are benign,
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benign is harmless research pollutes. There's still no word
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on the condition of the wreckage. And in the case of the
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object shut down over Lake Huron. We now know two missiles
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were fired and the first mist that landed in the water.
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Privately recorded cockpit audio reveals that even the pilots
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were perplexed by what they saw.
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Now we've yet to hear from President Biden.
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How is that being perplexed?
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You're saying it looks like it's smaller than a car?
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Oh, that wasn't it sound perplex
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remember this is a positioning report from CBS the CIA
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broadcasts this
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let's go back over this. He says they were perplexing the hammer
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guy so yeah, it looks like a car proposed perplex thinking it was
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actually a car maybe it was the car that that Elon shot into the
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moon and cars back now.
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That's a good theory. I like that one with the Moon Man and
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the city object shut down over Lake Huron. We now know two
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missiles were fired and the first mist that landed in the
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water. Privately recorded cockpit audio reveals that he
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was a
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privately now now I want to dissect this whole report now
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that we
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and the first mist that landed in the water, privately recorded
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cockpit audio reveals that even the pilots were perplexed by
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what they saw privately recorded. My
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question was what that means. But well, this
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was the same. This was the same thing they said with the last
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recording. They played that it was recorded on by some ham or
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somebody that has Oh, right, right. bear, bear cat.
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It sounds like a bear cat. Here we go.
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definitely smaller than a car. perplexing.
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Now we get to hear from President Biden about what he
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makes of all of this why he decided to order the shoot down
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of those two objects when he makes up China using a spy
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balloon. Lawmakers briefed on the details now say he should be
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saying much more to explain this to the American people. But
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today, Tony, he's instead giving a speech on the economy up in
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Maryland.
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Oh, so um, bowl ball. Oh, that was?
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Oh, he's
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not he's not not doing anything about our operation here. I
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mean, I'm reporting. Short one from NBC. See where they have
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here. This is with Andrea Mitchell again,
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Andrea. Let's circle back the original line, the spy balloon,
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what are investigators looking for?
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Well, that's it. The FBI is also looking at the electronics and
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sensors. And they're, they've salvage those electronics. They
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want to find out what countries made their components, including
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whether some parts were made in America that US export controls
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and could be the basis for criminal charges in the future.
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Oh, someone's getting in trouble. Someone exported some
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bids that you can't export.
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Is the NPR simple balloon rundown.
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Okay, second simple. Got it. The diplomatic victory all between
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the US and China over the downing of a Chinese
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surveillance balloon off the South Carolina coast earlier
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this month. You're showing little sign of easing China
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today charging high altitude us balloons have flown over regions
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including Tibet, and saying the country will take measures
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against us entities that undermine Chinese sovereignty.
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Beijing continues to insist the balloon was a civilian research
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vessel. The White House has disputed that claim citing the
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recovery of centers and sophisticated electronics
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equipment. Yeah,
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so this is you know, we're always trying to everyone's got
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some theory about what is covering up this is nonsense.
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Who cares? You
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know, what's interesting is, you know, named as 99 Red Balloons,
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the song or in German 99 CS Ruffalo. Let me just read these
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lyrics to you. Someone brought this to my attention of course,
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I know the song I've played it 1000 times on the radio I've
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played the video was horrible.
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Yes, funny. Marty Higgins sent me these lyrics to a joke
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writer.
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Oh, really? Well, there you go. Floating in the summer sky 99
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red balloons go by nine red balloons floating in the summer
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sky panic bells it's red alert. There's something here from
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somewhere else the war machine springs to life opens up when
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eager I focusing it on the sky where 99 red balloons go by 99
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decision street 99 ministers meet to worry worry super scary
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call the troops out in a hurry. This is what we've waited for
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this is it boys This is war. The President is on the line is 99
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red balloons go by I mean goes on and on a year 99 Nights of
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the air ride super high tech jet fighters. Everyone's a
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superhero. Everyone's a Captain Kirk with orders to identify to
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clarify and classify scrambling the summer sky 99 red balloons
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go by I mean this is interesting.
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It's funny. Yeah. And meanwhile, while we're worried about the
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Chinese balloons, you know and no. Ignoring the satellites and
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the rest listen to this. This is an update from just from last
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week Chinese Space Station update. You know anything about
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this?
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Is it out of orbit? Is it out of control? Is it careening towards
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Earth? No, I've done I don't know anything about it.
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China's Shinjo 15 crew has completed the first spacewalk
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since the completion of the King Kong space station. Astronauts
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Fijian long and John Liu perform the tasks including the
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installation of extension pumps outside the Hmong tail lap
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module, dung Ching Ming assisted his fellow crew members from
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inside the space station. The spacewalk lasted about seven
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hours more spacewalks are planned for the Shinjo 15 crew
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during their six month mission.
24:28
Now why is this the International Space Station or
24:31
their own space?
24:32
Yeah, this is Chinese has their own they've got their own space
24:35
station. Yeah, and it's been up there and we don't talk about
24:38
it.
24:39
Now Hmm. Maybe they're just dropping balloons from the space
24:43
station. Like water balloons. You know, hey, watch this.
24:46
There'll be fun. I must concede I was entirely wrong about the
24:51
Super Bowl. Although I looked like I was right for a while
24:55
there. That's the way they always go was a good game and
24:58
the game was good, but If I may say everything else sucked. The
25:05
production was mediocre at best.
25:08
Oh, let's stop and talk about this for a minute because I have
25:11
some thoughts too.
25:12
Okay. Okay, okay.
25:16
First of all you stop me. First of all the betters must have
25:20
really taken a bath on this thing because everybody was
25:23
betting for everybody except me was
25:27
was betting in red for the winner. You just you just go
25:29
with the winner, you know, you know, I
25:31
knew that Kansas City would win this thing they had to, but
25:34
Philadelphia, everyone's betting on Philadelphia, but there was
25:36
an interesting I was listening to some talk radio thing on the
25:39
radio. Oops, sports. That's where talk radio usually takes
25:42
place. Yeah, talk sports stock dose specific. And they had
25:46
Brent Musburger on who seems like a gambler because he's got
25:49
all these different stuff. He goes on. And he says certain
25:52
things. He said, Yeah, the prop bets. And the prop bets are
25:55
propositions. He says there's some real winners here. He says
25:59
because he's note the following. One is that the most valuable
26:03
player for the regular season has never won the Super Bowl
26:06
since 1999. And as many as eight incidents of the MVP being in
26:14
the Super Bowl since night, and they all lose, except this one
26:18
time. Patrick mahomes Did it Yeah, it was so that so there's
26:22
a bet that was immediately lost. You find another one he says the
26:27
A says the the last 20 years unlike best some stat. He says
26:34
the winner of the coin flip always loses the game. Home
26:39
never lost bet, because the winner of the coin flip was
26:42
Kansas City. And then the last one, which I thought was one I
26:45
probably would have bet on if I was but I don't bet on sports
26:47
because I think is dangerous that way throw your money away
26:51
is Patrick mahomes is in two Super Bowls previously, and in
26:55
all his playoff games, all Super Bowls, he always throws an
26:58
interception. So look for the prop where Patrick mahomes
27:01
throws at least one interception.
27:04
Ah, okay. And I'm a fan of mahomes I gotta say I'm just a
27:09
fan of the guy is he's kind of he's
27:11
kind of hilarious. But he he threw no interceptions. And
27:15
neither neither team threw an interception, which is very rare
27:18
for a Super Bowl saves money and then close a couple of times
27:21
came close. But you would have lost your your money on any of
27:25
these props or why I
27:27
don't I don't bet on this. I don't bet at all. Shouldn't I
27:30
lose? I don't know. I don't bet. I don't win. I don't gamble. Not
27:34
again. Well, I
27:35
do and I said sure things.
27:36
That's not gambling. That's insider information. That's the
27:40
DHS unplugged show.
27:42
So so we have so the game I thought was, you know, it went
27:47
well for both teams. I thought it was exciting. Every Super
27:50
Bowls are pretty boring. I thought the halftime show is a
27:53
complete Blue Bus.
27:55
Okay, stop. I have something to say about the halftime show. You
27:58
go first.
27:59
Well, first of all, she was mouth singers lip singing the
28:03
whole thing. She dropped her mic because she's still singing.
28:05
Yeah, that happened at least three times that I could see.
28:09
She was out there. I thought she was just kind of chubby, but I
28:12
guess she's pregnant, which is kind of cute. And then this
28:15
thing's going up and down and up and down. I don't get what the
28:18
point was.
28:19
Well, let me let me break it down for you because I saw it
28:22
right away. At the beginning, they come from the sky. She is
28:27
at the top in her red dress big puffy thing. And she's got the
28:31
white dress dudes down below. She is at the top of the pyramid
28:35
in the red dress. She is the Red Queen. Everyone knows this is
28:39
the Red Queen. This is the devil. She's pregnant with the
28:42
Antichrist Of course. And at the end if you didn't if you didn't
28:47
see it, when she descends back up to heaven. She's thrown the
28:50
Illuminati triangle.
28:53
You didn't see that? No, I didn't. Watch.
28:57
That was once again and just look at it. Sam Smith, Rihanna.
29:02
Lizzo everybody's in red. This is all all Satan worship.
29:08
Illuminati bull crap. And
29:11
it's Joe you think Wait a minute. I like I said, I just
29:14
thought it was lousy. But so you think it with the evidence to
29:18
prove it because I didn't see the triangle thing or any of
29:21
that? Because I didn't watch the whole thing. It was boring.
29:24
That's what I have. But I watched for Yeah, it's what you
29:27
watch for. And this is what we This way everyone thinks you're
29:30
great. You think the whole thing right in front of an NFL
29:35
audience of football watching audience of 180 million or
29:39
something worldwide. They're doing Satan worship right in
29:43
front of her throwing it in their face.
29:45
Yes. five by five. That's what I'm saying. Everyone says 100%
29:51
So I say five by five now.
29:53
I don't care what you say. But yeah, I think you probably
29:56
right. Well, then you do care what I say because I'm right.
29:58
Why don't care about the five I buy flowers
30:03
you should go back and look the Illuminati hands the triangle as
30:07
she's ascending to wherever. The Throne this Yes, the as the Red
30:12
Queen. I mean this is all all symbolic all ritual and she was
30:17
also doing some I mean it doesn't gross me out you know
30:20
when she's when she's grabbing when she's sliding her fingers
30:23
past her crotch and then sniffing her fingers. You watch
30:26
that she she did that.
30:27
She did see that? Oh yeah, that was an eye roll. Like
30:31
come on, you know, all right. And but that's because she's
30:33
pregnant with the Antichrist, the Antichrist is coming. It's
30:37
obvious. The queen is here to tell us, by the way, just in a
30:43
clip from President Al Biden. Who, who has a lot of them and
30:50
we have the best producers. Thank you, Dave. I'm liking al
30:52
Biden. Al Biden's live press conference just ended, he
30:55
announced four new rules for unmanned objects in the air.
30:59
Here's a clip of number four.
31:02
Derive directly my National Security Adviser to lead a
31:05
government wide effort to make sure we are positioned to deal
31:09
safely and effectively with the objects in our airspace. First,
31:14
we will establish a better inventory of unmanned airborne
31:18
objects in space above the United States airspace, and make
31:22
sure that inventory is accessible and up to date. To
31:26
get more money cams, we will implement further measures to
31:29
improve our capacity to detect a man objects or objects in our
31:33
airspace. Third, we'll update the rules and regulations for
31:38
launching and maintaining unmanned objects in the skies
31:41
and both of the United States of America and fourth, not my
31:45
Secretary of State will lead an effort to help establish a
31:48
global global common global norms and this largely
31:53
unregulated space.
31:54
So we become the police. Police of the air you know, this is
32:00
thanks to pods. I
32:02
don't have the clip, but there was a hearing with the with a
32:05
temporary F a doofus. Yeah, in Congress and they had a big
32:10
meeting and they got there. They're having a language shift.
32:14
They're not going to be out. You're not supposed to say
32:16
you're not supposed to say airmen anymore.
32:19
We know that it's air, it's air persons. And unmanned is
32:23
out. Oh, we
32:24
can't say unmanned Yes, of course by
32:27
violating this edict over and over and over and over.
32:31
What are we supposed to say instead of unmanned on personal
32:33
on people? Nobody there. Nobody Hold on. Oh, no. What are we
32:39
doing occupy an occupied?
32:42
Oh, this is fantastic. This is great. I love it. Well, since
32:47
we're talking about airspace, then there was an incident off
32:53
of Hawaii, which was severely misrepresented because of bad
32:58
data. And and I've spoken to several air persons air persons
33:07
about this incident and I think I can break it down because the
33:10
this is the sensationalism of NBC
33:13
tonight. New details of a serious close call first
33:16
reported by the air current involving a United flight on
33:19
December 18. On Hawaii climbing out of Maui headed for San
33:23
Francisco the triple seven suddenly went into an extreme
33:26
unexplained dive more than 7000 feet per minute flight radar 24
33:31
shows the plane coming with an 800 feet of slamming into the
33:35
ocean before pulling out of the dive and an extreme climb then
33:39
continuing on United coordinated with the FAA and union the
33:43
pilots receiving additional training
33:47
this is a great report so so so what they make it sound like is
33:53
that this thing went in I mean when you're doing it's actually
33:56
the reporting officially is 8000 feet per minute. I mean this
34:00
that makes it sound like you are headed for destruction in the
34:03
wings are about to rip off which is probably about true. What is
34:08
missing from the context is missing is they took off from a
34:12
Hawaiian airport in in very bad weather conditions and likely
34:16
activated the autopilot very quickly. They were at 2200 feet
34:22
so you know the dropped 800 feet above the above the ocean is
34:26
1200 feet. So you know, it may feel like not outrageous. Not
34:31
it's not a nosedive because you don't have time to get into the
34:34
nosedive. So there's two things that could have happened and
34:36
there's also reporting for people on the plane who were air
34:39
persons. Definitely a something that crew should have been aware
34:46
of because they didn't even know they were descending so quickly
34:49
until all the bells and whistles and the you know the alarm,
34:55
altitude alarms start going off. What likely happened is one of
34:59
two scenarios and we We'll never know because the NTSB does they
35:01
don't this is no injuries, no deaths, so there'll be no
35:04
reporting on it and no report, I don't think likely what happened
35:08
is they had the autopilot set, and they went through this bad
35:12
bad weather and that was locally was bad microburst, hit them and
35:16
push them down as what happens, and you know, and the autopilot
35:20
can't really resist that. And so, you know, they were going
35:25
down, but it wasn't in a dive. So they really didn't know until
35:29
the bells and whistles go off, then they apply full throttle,
35:32
they jack the pull the stick back, go manual, and then pull
35:36
about a G and a half or two G's, which, you know, I'm sure would
35:40
make people sick and afraid and heart attacks, anything could
35:42
happen. I mean, that's, you know, they were people were not
35:45
happy after that. I wouldn't think so the other possibility,
35:50
which has happened before, and this is where addition, that's
35:53
why when they say they received additional training, like what
35:56
if and these these got together, they had 25,000 hours, so
35:59
they're not they're seasoned pilots, I mean, air persons is
36:04
that the previous flight crew or someone had set the autopilot
36:10
altitude to 0000, just a reset. And maybe they thought it was
36:16
10,000. Or they misread it, someone, it's possible, they
36:20
didn't do their checklist properly, they hit the
36:22
autopilot. And the plane, that plane doesn't go into a dive,
36:25
but the plane says, Oh, I have to go down to zero feet. So I'm
36:28
gonna start going down. And you could also wind and within 1200
36:31
feet happens really quickly. The discrepancy in the speed is
36:35
because this is ATSB data. This is these are radio pings that
36:40
people pick up mainly on their USB, SDR software defined
36:46
radios. They all feed it into I think it's called the ADSB
36:52
Exchange, which is where all the flight data comes from. This is
36:56
really from people around the world who just have these things
36:59
hooked up. In fact, Elon Musk is and is in the process of buying
37:02
the ADSB exchange. So of course, he can then you know, turn off
37:06
any any tail numbers he wants. So when you're getting a blip,
37:10
and another blip from someone else, 30 seconds later, or
37:14
within one second, it's very easy to have to calculate that
37:18
speed incorrectly. It was unlikely that it was 8000 feet
37:21
per minute, especially when the drop only happened for 1200
37:24
feet. So that report at Yes.
37:28
And that ladies and gentlemen is a preview of Adams new podcast.
37:34
Yeah, Adams, pilot chit chat.
37:37
Where is Marty with the punch line when you have such a setup?
37:40
I mean, seriously,
37:41
is Marty's not here.
37:44
So that's out of the way by the way, congratulations. Ashlynn
37:47
speed she got pole position. This is you know, she's her dad
37:51
as a producer and they're they're going to put no agenda
37:53
on their on their car. She's now in the formula with open. You
37:57
know, the open cars, the ones that look, she's on her way to
37:59
NASCAR. Basically, that's where she needs to go. She was a pole
38:03
position. She was leading the race four laps ago and then she
38:06
coming right behind the car that she was laughing that car spun
38:10
out right in front of her she had nowhere to go. So
38:12
unfortunately, she crashed. Yeah. But but they're able to
38:19
think fix her up and they're going to Atlanta for the next
38:22
super Tour event. So and there's a crash video in in the show.
38:27
She was
38:27
leading the race when this happened. Yes, she was laughing.
38:30
Eight women drivers. This was rigged. You know?
38:34
I'm not gonna I'm not gonna dispute that is very possible.
38:38
It's very possible. You're the one that thinks all the every
38:41
smallest sports are rigged.
38:43
Oh, did you see those bad calls by the refs on the Eagles? Of
38:47
course, of course it was rigged. I knew it all along. I
38:51
knew nothing. I didn't know anything. RACO Welsh polish that
38:55
what was that score that you were
38:57
I had 3817 and it was almost reverse. It was almost it was
39:02
was it? 3827? Yes. I don't know, Rocco Welch passed away. And
39:06
that reminded me that I met her in the late Rocco. Rocco. Rocco.
39:11
Rocco. Well,
39:13
I thought the other name was funnier. You did meet her. How
39:16
was she? What kind of a person was she?
39:18
I met her in the late 80s. Maybe it was you had like 8889. And I
39:22
can't remember if she was in a movie or she was part of a maybe
39:25
there was some promotion. And I remember MTV said, oh, you
39:28
should go there and making you should go and see what's going
39:30
on or something. I don't know what it was very early on at MTV
39:33
when I was still lived in the city. Did you make it past that?
39:36
Yeah. No, she was really very quiet. very docile. Like just
39:42
almost like, almost didn't say anything. And she must have been
39:47
like 50 or early 50s. And here's the thing. Here's the thing that
39:51
I noticed. She then and this is gonna sound weird, but you know,
39:54
as the only story I have about Raquel Welch, I'll never get to
39:57
tell it again. Just like Chris Cena Applegate. She has she had
40:02
a layer of fur a fuzz like all over her face and her arms very
40:09
light. Very, you know, like bleached probably just for like
40:12
her face had furry. Yes. Her face had fuzz on it. And I
40:16
remember going wow, that's kind of interesting. And the same
40:19
thing happened to me when I met Christina Applegate at the MTV
40:21
awards one time I had the some women have for
40:28
I had a friend of mine, which I haven't seen for decades, but he
40:33
was Christina Applegate, broker broker like stockbroker. She's
40:39
apparently a super talented trader. Yeah, really
40:45
wide that somehow that doesn't surprise me.
40:48
He says she's really sharp. Wow.
40:51
Yeah, that makes sense. That makes sense. I like her as I
40:53
like the stuff she's done recently. Like you're dead to me
40:56
and stuff on Netflix is pretty good.
40:58
Yeah, she does do works.
41:01
Anyway, just back to the Super Bowl for a second there was an
41:03
interview with Damar Hamlin and I have the clip from that
41:08
as this has been been very controversial because they'll
41:11
check it he's wearing and all the rest of it.
41:15
Well, the jacket part he I guess he came out and he said hey, you
41:18
know I'm sorry. People give me jackets and I love different art
41:21
and I didn't realize it was weird. It was like a Jesus
41:24
Christ dress up doll was on the cross with
41:27
like, some Yeah, it was very, very religious is the word weird
41:31
for a guy who you know, just said he just bypassed
41:37
defeated death and gave God credit for it. So I'm still very
41:41
conflicted about what that jacket but here's the question
41:45
that was our guy over there at the morning show. The EX
41:50
football player who they always want to put in a dress,
41:53
oh, stray hand gauge.
41:56
So they send stray gets a gay story sent stray ham. So they
42:02
send strain because he's a former NFL guy. And here's the
42:06
one minute that is pertinent is from
42:07
the ICU. The question on so many minds would cause his heart to
42:12
stop beating in your 24 peak physical condition could click
42:16
Run circle the route me right?
42:18
Can you just turn down your speakers just a tad just a
42:21
little bit just just peeking through the noise gate?
42:25
How did Doctor describe what happened to you?
42:41
As a man one step away from
42:43
it know from my experience the NFL, they do more tests than
42:47
anything. And in the course of you, how did you feel? Did
42:51
anybody ever come back with any say you had a heart issue or
42:54
anything that was abnormal?
42:57
Honestly, no. I've always been a healthy, young, fit, energetic,
43:04
you know, human being let alone athlete. So it was something
43:08
that was just that, were we still processing? And I'm still
43:12
talking through with my doctors just to see what everything was.
43:15
I mean, come on. First of all, what does this kid 2425? He's
43:20
awesome. Yeah. So, you know, this is this is very challenging
43:24
for him to answer all of these things. It's all being thrown at
43:26
him. And he knows that he just couldn't handle this question,
43:30
even though he knew it was coming. He knew what the answer
43:33
was. And what's the answer? Well, the answer is, of course,
43:37
I had it was related to either COVID or the COVID vaccine.
43:41
That's the only two options. And if you haven't noticed, the
43:46
mainstream ahead, know the mainstream is now now now
43:50
they're on it. This is what if you want to know the the best
43:53
example of a limited hangout. Let's start with CBS. And this
43:59
is the reporting. And by the way, if you received, if you
44:04
accepted the vaccine into your life, if you're young, if you're
44:07
worried about the stories, it is my belief that as long as you
44:11
lead a healthy life, and you're you're not eating crap, you can
44:15
probably be okay. But listen to this. So
44:18
to do a study like this, you look at the years prior to the
44:22
pandemic and the typical rate of heart attack death in that age
44:25
group. And then you see it increase and you wonder, what's
44:28
the new variable? And so the pandemic is that new variable?
44:31
That's right. So these researchers looked at 10 years
44:34
of data across the US all the death certificates that get
44:37
filed with the CDC, that data so what they saw is prior to the
44:41
pandemic, heart attack, deaths were actually dropping, and then
44:45
that trend reverses and you see those deaths go up, especially
44:49
among that youngest age group during the pandemic. Do we know
44:52
why the young why younger people might be more at risk or we
44:56
don't know for sure. And in fact, these death certificates
44:59
are probably We're not even capturing the fact that they
45:01
might have had COVID They're really just saying, Did you die
45:04
from a heart attack or not?
45:06
Oh, what? Are you kidding me? So now they're just turning that
45:10
around. It's like, well remember when it was like, Well, yeah,
45:19
you drive COVID You know, but you had COVID Did you drive a
45:23
broken arm? I mean this. This is this is SIOP here. They're
45:27
really
45:27
just saying, Did you die from a heart attack or not? What we do
45:31
know, however, is that younger people were less likely to
45:34
protect themselves against COVID than older people, less likely
45:37
to mask less likely to take other mitigation measures. And
45:39
they were also farther back in line to get vaccinated, so they
45:44
were not protected with vaccination until later in the
45:46
pandemic, those might have been a factor here.
45:49
So notice that they're not now this research which somehow
45:52
spanned 10 years. They're saying, no, no, the minute COVID
45:56
happened, heart attacks increased, which is not true.
46:00
There was no reporting on that. I don't recall any of that at
46:03
all at all. Now, NBC did this as the same talking points. They
46:08
drew it out a little bit more. Let me see. Here's a background
46:14
or clip first.
46:15
So why the spike in heart problems along with each
46:18
pandemic wave. Dr. Susan Chang, a co author of The Cedars Sinai
46:22
study is concerned about the COVID connection. There are a
46:26
lot of things that cover
46:28
all right under Show mixtures Kermit the Frog COVID connection
46:32
on deck
46:32
can do to the cardiovascular system. It appears to be able to
46:38
increase the likelihood of blood clot formation, it seems to stir
46:42
up inflammation in the blood vessels. It seems to also cause
46:46
in some people an overwhelming stress that can also cause a
46:50
spike in blood pressure.
46:51
Experts are still working to figure out why young people are
46:54
so impacted, but Dr. Chang says it may be related to higher
46:58
viral load exposure or an excess immune response in stronger
47:02
immune systems. Studies show COVID-19 is also linked to a
47:06
rare condition called myocarditis, the inflammation of
47:10
the heart muscle itself, it can strike even young healthy
47:14
students like Demi Washington. Now a senior on the women's
47:17
basketball team at Vanderbilt University just immediately
47:20
started crying after Washington came down with what felt like a
47:24
mild case of COVID in late 2020. An MRI revealed unseen damage
47:30
and stopped her from playing and
47:32
the fact that I could have played is kind of, you know,
47:36
hard and scary to think about.
47:37
She's now recovered and back to focusing on her rebounds.
47:41
Washington's health scare came before she got vaccinated.
47:45
Haha. So this is So what they're doing here, this safe and
47:49
effective vaccine which was not effective, and now it's
47:52
questionable about its safety. The last thing on the list is,
47:56
well at least you won't get really sick. If you take the
47:58
vaccine. That turns out to be not true, especially if you're
48:01
young, you have a 30% higher risk of heart attack than before
48:07
COVID. Now, is it related to the vaccine? Let's go back to NBC.
48:12
Still, some have pointed to rare instances of the vaccine causing
48:16
myocarditis. Health experts say the virus itself is much more
48:21
dangerous to your heart. The risk
48:23
of the heart injury of myocarditis pericarditis from
48:26
the vaccine is so much lower than the risk from the COVID
48:31
itself.
48:32
I like this new person. I don't know who it is, but I like kind
48:34
of the quasi Nazi twang, it's good.
48:38
Not see Indian.
48:41
Do it again, virus itself is much more dangerous to your
48:44
heart.
48:45
The risk of heart injury of myocarditis with any kind of
48:48
diagnosis from the vaccine is so much lower than the risk from
48:53
the COVID itself.
48:54
Researchers only beginning to chart the long term impacts the
48:57
pandemic has on the hearts while paramedics continue racing to
49:01
treat the damage.
49:03
It's not just the elderly that are being affected. It's also
49:06
people like ourselves were previously healthy.
49:09
Doctors like Susan Chang say they hope to make new strides
49:12
toward understanding what exactly the link is between
49:15
COVID and heart disease. And they're optimistic they'll learn
49:19
more with time, they're starting to think that a COVID infection
49:22
or reinfections could be considered a risk factor for
49:25
heart disease in and of itself. There she says they have more
49:29
work to do before knowing for sure.
49:31
So and we follow the everything very closely. We saw the bull
49:36
crap from the beginning of this in 2020. No reports of heart
49:40
attack increased no reports of heart attacks. The people who
49:42
were dying were the ones who were intubated and put into a
49:45
forced coma. These are the people who were dying by the 10s
49:50
of 1000s. But okay, let's bring in our expert Dr. John Torres.
49:54
Joining
49:55
us with more is NBC SENIOR MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT jumpstarts
49:58
SENIOR MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT John Torres, I think we should
50:01
start off with something that a lot of people think and I think
50:03
needs to be cleared up.
50:05
Yeah. Okay, let's debunk those podcasters.
50:07
There a lot of people who believe it is the COVID vaccine
50:10
that causes issues. Not
50:13
this is this is new. This is the first time they're coming out
50:17
and saying, you know, we got it.
50:19
Yeah, this is an attack on the on the on the narrative that the
50:23
common narrative, that myocarditis and pericarditis is
50:28
caused by the vaccine.
50:30
Yes. So I would say this is probably a subtle native ad on
50:34
behalf of the pharmaceutical industry to be defensive move,
50:38
at least sneered up.
50:40
There are a lot of people who believe it is the COVID vaccine
50:43
that causes heart issues, not COVID. itself, can you just
50:47
clear COVID
50:48
itself, there's such a higher risk of getting a heart issue
50:50
from COVID, especially myocarditis. And when you look
50:52
at the statistics, myocarditis, you're 11 times more likely to
50:56
get it from COVID itself than you are from the vaccine when it
50:58
comes to hard words
50:59
that's that come from
51:01
it's brand new. He's health expert, John Torres. So what why
51:04
are you asking questions
51:06
11 times, which is it makes it even more interesting, not three
51:10
times or two times, or 10 times 100 times or just 11 times 11
51:15
times it's
51:16
the wacky number, and
51:17
you're from the vaccine. When it comes to heart attacks. There's
51:19
been no direct connection between the vaccine and heart
51:21
attacks or cardiac arrest. There have been some reports, but
51:24
those reports are usually somebody who had a heart attack
51:26
the day after getting the vaccine, which means a vaccine
51:28
really hadn't had anything in our body. This is my favorite
51:32
part. That's great. The report
51:34
was usually from someone who just got the vaccine that day,
51:37
the vaccine couldn't even do anything. I mean, this is the
51:41
I got to hear that. There have been some reports, but those
51:43
reports,
51:44
stop. Let's stop with the logic of this. So you're telling me
51:48
that like, for example, a heroin addict. He takes a shot at
51:54
heroin, but it takes a couple of days for anything to happen.
51:58
He doesn't od until Wednesday. He does.
52:02
guy took a shot at heroin and Odede on the spot, but they
52:06
couldn't have been there heroin
52:09
been some reports but those reports were usually somebody
52:11
who had a heart attack the day after getting the vaccine, which
52:13
means the vaccine really hadn't had anything in their body.
52:17
had any time to do anything in the body. Okay. Okay, this guy
52:21
is my new favorite health expert. It's so interesting
52:24
to see that COVID
52:25
So, so you're overdosing and so they give it a narc anon or
52:29
whatever. Then October that Narcan, Narcan and you snap out
52:34
of it, but it can't couldn't have been from the Narcan? No,
52:38
because it didn't have time to do anything in your body.
52:42
And it's just inhaled. And it's just through the nose. It's a
52:44
spray. I mean,
52:45
this race even through the nose and nose, it's not like an
52:49
entire month,
52:49
not like an injection or anything. It's so interesting
52:51
to see that COVID clearly has an impact on heart health,
52:55
clearly and that's COVID clearly has an impact on heart health. I
52:59
mean, okay, let me just go into our clip archive COVID heart,
53:05
okay. And I have here let's see 2020 CDC reveals hospital Oh,
53:16
this is interesting. This is from 2020. Let's listen to this
53:22
for a second.
53:22
The Centers for Disease Control have updated their death counts
53:25
for Coronavirus and reveal yet again that COVID-19 is rarely
53:29
the actual cause of death among Coronavirus patients, according
53:33
to the CDC themselves of the 220,000 deaths attributed to the
53:38
Coronavirus. 87,000 of them died from pneumonia and influenza.
53:43
Another 17,000 died from chronic respiratory diseases and 26,000
53:48
died from respiratory distress syndrome. 44,000 patients died
53:53
from hypertensive diseases 23,000 died from heart disease
53:56
and a whopping 28,000 died from cardiac arrest and heart
54:00
failure. Yet all of these even patients who died from heart
54:04
attacks are marked down as dying from the Coronavirus. Doctors
54:09
who spoke with one American news explained that 131,000 patients
54:13
who are being considered COVID-19 deaths already had life
54:17
ending diseases, including cancer, dementia, and even in
54:21
stage renal failure. So, according to the CDC, again, if
54:25
you look at place of death, you'll see that some 10,000
54:28
patients who died from COVID were on hospice care, meaning
54:32
they were terminally ill to begin with, and we're already
54:35
expected to die.
54:36
So what I'm hearing from this is that COVID was blamed but it
54:41
wasn't COVID Or did I miss hear that?
54:44
No, that's what that's what he's saying. Yeah. And I listened if
54:47
you remember, we had some clips from Canada, where there was a
54:51
project up there, which you haven't heard from since going
54:54
through every COVID death and finding very few of them are
54:57
technically from COVID. Yeah, I'm and they're all mislabeled,
55:02
including people who got into a car wreck.
55:04
Right. But now and that's the only clip I have the rest is
55:07
from 2022, when they started with the COVID, causes heart
55:10
problems narrative. So we did not hear about this for a good
55:15
two years, zero, nothing, maybe even longer. And now, while we
55:19
all know COVID kills you from heart attacks, it's
55:22
so interesting to see that COVID clearly has an impact on heart
55:25
health.
55:26
And it's so interesting. Isn't that interesting?
55:30
And then that's, regardless of age, but more pronounced in this
55:33
younger group? Can you just explain that that's
55:35
interesting. It doesn't matter what age but it's the young
55:39
people, I mean, who should have healthy hearts, it's so
55:41
interesting. So we
55:43
do know that in the elderly, those that are older, you have
55:46
more heart attacks overall, but the rate is increasing higher in
55:49
this younger age group, which is a surprising factor. And years
55:52
ago, when pandemic first started years ago, you know, three years
55:55
ago, we thought of it as a respiratory virus, then we
55:57
started thinking of it oh, it can also be a vascular virus,
56:00
because we know it affects the blood vessel linings themselves.
56:03
We talked about the inflammation, the stress that
56:04
goes behind this. It's not a cold, it is a bad virus.
56:08
Okay. And let's continue. I got two more shorties you thank you
56:12
clip custodian. These are pretty
56:13
interesting. Aaron's piece there was that young athlete who said
56:16
she had mild COVID symptoms, it wasn't even like she had
56:19
devastating COVID symptoms. Does it matter if you have long COVID
56:23
versus mild symptoms? And that's
56:24
one of the other things it doesn't seem to matter at all.
56:26
Because what we do think is happening as part of it, your
56:28
immune response, they do
56:30
think it's, it's all interesting. It's all
56:33
interesting. This is what I like about it. Where's the science?
56:38
What happened to your science people now it's just
56:39
interesting, then versus mild symptoms. And
56:41
that's one of the other things that doesn't seem to matter at
56:43
all. Because what we do think is happening is part of it, your
56:46
immune response, which can keep COVID under control, but at the
56:49
same time, it could just be overwhelming the system and
56:51
causing these heart type issues. The other thing is, we don't
56:53
know how long you're at risk for this and like shaking this
56:56
stuff up.
56:57
You are correct. You're making it
56:59
on this system and causing these heart type issues. The other
57:01
thing is, we don't know how long you're at risk for this. And
57:04
like she mentioned in her piece there, it could be something
57:06
that 1020 30 years from now, we're saying Do you smoke? Do
57:09
you have high cholesterol? Did you have COVID? Those are your
57:11
risk factors for heart attack. Oh, this
57:13
is great for your job interview. Don't worry, Hey, did you smoke
57:16
you drink? Do you have COVID? Sorry, can't hire you. You're
57:19
too big a risk. It's all right. We got universal basic income
57:22
coming for you final one, which for an odd reason brings up a
57:26
phrase that is not something I would have used if it were up to
57:30
me to consult on this answer.
57:32
That's what I'm wondering about. Because it's not like you have
57:35
COVID you recover. And the next day these heart events happen,
57:38
there can be the passage of time can be the passage of
57:40
time, who says that? Vice President Kamala Harris, the
57:47
passage of man, we had a whole end of show mix, the passage
57:50
same passage of time, the passage of time. Why is this now
57:55
all of who even says that? The passage of time
58:00
can be the passage of time, it can be the passage of time, and
58:02
with long COVID Being a bigger, bigger issue, we don't know. And
58:05
the more you have COVID, it seems it puts you at a higher
58:07
risk, especially in those young adult ages on I mean, just play
58:11
the Governor and I and we were all doing a tour of the library
58:15
here. And talking about the significance of the passage of
58:18
time, right, the significance of the passage of time. So when you
58:24
think about it, there is great significance to the passage of
58:27
time in terms of what we need to do, to lay these wires what we
58:31
need to do to create these jobs. And there is such great
58:35
significance to the passage of time. We think about a day in
58:40
the life of our children.
58:41
passage of time. Is that is that the FBI calling? Who is that?
58:45
Yeah. Well, FBI. Yeah. Okay, I'll tell him. Okay, I got a
59:00
message. Yeah. They told me that make sure that you, you call
59:06
your handler. Because you didn't make your call yesterday,
59:12
I was too busy with the passage of time I'm wondering about
59:15
because it's not like you have COVID you recover. And the next
59:18
day these heart events happen, there can be the passage of time
59:21
can
59:21
be the passage of time and with long COVID Being a bigger and
59:24
bigger issue we don't know. And the more you have COVID, it
59:26
seems that puts you at a higher risk, especially in those young
59:29
adult ages at getting something like this. And so you want to
59:32
make sure even if you're vaccinated, you still protect
59:34
yourself from getting COVID Which means you know, the things
59:36
we know that can help
59:37
and is there anything you can do I mean, if you've if you've had
59:40
COVID, and you're young, and you're curious, is there
59:42
anything you can say yes, here's,
59:44
here's, here's denial. Thank you. I'm expecting the good
59:46
doctor to say yes, if you're young, no matter what. It is
59:51
important that you lead a healthy life that you get
59:54
sunshine that you eat, I would say good animal protein. and
1:00:00
make sure that you stay away from all the crap that's in your
1:00:04
supermarket. I think young people are incredibly unhealthy.
1:00:08
I'm
1:00:08
expecting him to say that 47% of
1:00:11
America's young people are diabetic. Or you know, or on the
1:00:18
verge of they're obese. This is this is this is who's dying. If
1:00:23
you're healthy, you can at this time.
1:00:27
All right, number one, know your risk factors. Keep an eye on
1:00:29
yourself, especially if you have a family history of heart
1:00:31
disease or heart attacks. You know, keep an eye on yourself.
1:00:33
Keep an eye on yourself. What does that mean? selfie cam,
1:00:38
there you go. If
1:00:38
you notice any of the symptoms, we talked about, you know, the
1:00:40
chest pain or shortness of breath, the arm pain, any of
1:00:43
those things, then go ahead and get checked out. On top of that,
1:00:46
make sure you're vaccinated in your boots. Most weeks have
1:00:50
protection right now. You do get COVID of keeping it in mild
1:00:53
cases and under control and then mask up we know, like mask mask.
1:00:58
But at the same time, it's still out there and it's still causing
1:01:01
some problems throughout today.
1:01:02
Some problems all right, this is so bad now.
1:01:06
So wait, this is the advice is to get vaccinated. Yes. Yes. And
1:01:12
Max mask up. Okay.
1:01:13
And, and the hard thing to hear is that many of these young
1:01:17
people who are dying are the ones who got one shot only. And
1:01:23
didn't feel like the net. You know, it's horrible to think of
1:01:27
there's, there's many people who I know and love who have been
1:01:30
we've gotten this horrible thing. And now they're
1:01:33
gaslighting everybody into taking more of it, and not for a
1:01:37
second, not for a second. Can it be anything else? But oh, you
1:01:40
know, it's COVID now and in France. Now this, and this is
1:01:45
from France 24. This is mind boggling report. Because of
1:01:50
course, France also has people getting strokes and cardiac
1:01:54
arrest and all kinds of issues. As you recall. They were going
1:01:59
to cut you off from life in France. If you didn't if you
1:02:02
didn't get vaccinated. Do we remember this? Like you will be
1:02:06
cut off from everything
1:02:08
you wouldn't even get you couldn't get down on the metro
1:02:11
thing. Anything
1:02:11
if you didn't if you didn't have your COVID QR code pass. You
1:02:15
were cut off from society, and it was righteous. But now that
1:02:19
people are having events, which don't really want to talk about
1:02:24
because you know, that's between me and my doctor Damar Hamlin.
1:02:29
This is what's causing it.
1:02:30
Trans 24 is surely sitbon is here. Surely, French wine
1:02:35
exports are breaking records. But here at home consumers are
1:02:38
shunning the red stuff Could it be because of those those ads
1:02:42
we've been seeing when you go to watch a movie in the cinema
1:02:45
where you get health authorities telling you to
1:02:47
consume less alcohol,
1:02:49
not only in the cinemas, but also on television, whenever you
1:02:53
put on YouTube or whatever you have that you have those
1:02:56
messages coming up popping up, we can see one of them they've
1:02:59
been playing, you can pretty easily they put it all out
1:03:03
there. If you drink too much wine, they say more than two
1:03:06
glasses of wine, you can get heart disease, liver disease you
1:03:10
can get your immune system will be weak and you can get cancer
1:03:14
and strokes. That's the message and we can do the same but it's
1:03:18
probably the opposite the exact opposite of what we've been
1:03:22
hearing decades earlier, when drinking wine was almost
1:03:25
patriotic when it was good for your heart. Right? It is but at
1:03:30
the time we remember there was the French paradox we said the
1:03:33
drinking wine is actually good for you. It evens out your your
1:03:38
diet if you eat too much cheese and you know rich food well this
1:03:43
drinking wine will make you feel better. This was based on some
1:03:46
kind of statistic but scientists today say that you really have
1:03:50
to watch out. And some of them even have been saying that you
1:03:53
can even not drink wine at all. But but of course they don't all
1:03:57
agree you can't drink some wine but not too
1:03:59
much. Okay, we have a resident expert in this arena. John C.
1:04:03
Dvorak. wine connoisseur expert. What is going on with this
1:04:08
report?
1:04:09
This has been going on for a while a lot of it has to do with
1:04:12
the Muslim influence in this country itself.
1:04:15
Oh, unexpected curveball. Yeah,
1:04:20
they've had issues with the Muslim in France, to our
1:04:26
teetotaling types not to Turkish Muslims, or the Indonesian
1:04:30
Muslims who drink a lot, right? It's the middle eastern Muslims
1:04:34
and the ones that don't drink at all. And they have actually torn
1:04:38
up vineyards in some parts of France.
1:04:40
So now now they're doing ads in the in the cinema and on
1:04:44
television. The Muslims are doing these ads.
1:04:46
I don't know who's doing the ads, but there's Muslim money
1:04:49
behind it. I'm absolutely sure even though it's a poor person,
1:04:52
the assessor says
1:04:54
Muslim money,
1:04:56
Muslim money. They have a lot of money. Well, I mean, they can
1:05:00
Get the money for Saudi Arabia do these ads if they want to.
1:05:02
But the point is, is that there's that influence. And then
1:05:05
there's the other influence, which is just the teetotaling
1:05:08
influence, which is worldwide has been around it, I'd never
1:05:11
thought it was going to ever get to France, but it has been
1:05:12
getting there. And so the French are exporting more wine than
1:05:16
ever, which is fine with everybody else is happy. That's
1:05:21
correct. But they will have a will have a negative impact
1:05:25
overall in the wine business because of these, this
1:05:29
influence. And I was just saying some Muslim influence. In
1:05:34
France, which is very high, because the Muslim percentage in
1:05:37
France is one of the highest and this was the firt, one of the
1:05:40
first countries before 911. There were these these Muslim
1:05:43
maps showing what countries are going to be the majority, and
1:05:47
then they could take them over there you go to France,
1:05:50
I'd say taking wine away from the French is pretty much a
1:05:53
takeover.
1:05:55
Well, they're doing a pretty good job of auditioning the
1:05:58
French to drink less.
1:06:01
But this tape, so I didn't expect this the heart attack
1:06:04
angles where I was going, like, Oh, you got a heart attack
1:06:07
because of the wine, which, you know, isn't supposed to expand
1:06:10
the arteries, or expand the arteries. And
1:06:14
there's no way that's just nonsense. I mean, it doesn't
1:06:16
make any sense. And it's, they've been trying to pull that
1:06:19
stunt here too. But it doesn't go
1:06:20
over very well now, because we're all drunk.
1:06:24
That's why you can drink too much. There's no doubt about
1:06:27
that. If you look at the numbers before Prohibition, the amount
1:06:31
of alcohol that the Jefferson's the Washington's the Sam Adams,
1:06:35
the Adams, the John Quincy, John Adams, all these people, the
1:06:39
amount of alcohol that the colonists drank compared to
1:06:43
today. It's ridiculous.
1:06:45
How about that? But the bridge with the gin carts on the
1:06:48
street,
1:06:50
same thing, amount of drinking that used to go on compared to
1:06:55
today, where Yeah, you'd have a couple glasses of wine or maybe,
1:06:58
heaven forbid three glasses of wine with dinner.
1:07:03
That's a bit much is not the limit for me. Little for you
1:07:07
one, the I don't get laid. There's some people that used to
1:07:13
drink and live in the 30s and 40s. They would drink a couple
1:07:17
of glasses, a couple of high balls with dinner, but
1:07:21
then it was just for historical context. And then we had the
1:07:24
prohibition. And then that why did the prohibition end? Because
1:07:29
we were drunker than ever.
1:07:31
Now it's because it was well. It was it was creating a criminal
1:07:38
underclass that was getting too powerful for the country like
1:07:41
the Kennedys. Yeah.
1:07:45
Like the Kennedys. Papa Joe who ran the booze. Yeah, he did.
1:07:52
Just back to the Big Pharma for a moment. As we have, you know,
1:07:59
one issue of, of chemicals now being solved by a second one.
1:08:03
We've been tracking this for a long time
1:08:05
and FDA panel is now recommending Narcan be sold over
1:08:08
the counter. The experts unanimously agree that the nasal
1:08:12
spray is safe for use without a prescription. The drunk is
1:08:15
credited with saving 1000s of lives during the opioid crisis.
1:08:19
The FDA will make the final decision in the coming weeks.
1:08:22
Okay, so we have an opioid crisis. I know do give everybody
1:08:26
Narcan treat show everyone how to use it. Right. This is a
1:08:32
weird country. I love it. But man. Yeah, that is pretty
1:08:37
peculiar. I got a note from a not amused psychologist. And I
1:08:44
relayed the story that psychologists are on deck to be
1:08:47
able to prescribe medication. Yeah. And are not amused
1:08:54
psychologist says I wanted to correct John's assumption about
1:08:57
psychologist to be referred to as a psychologist, you have to
1:09:02
have a PhD or Psy D, which requires just as many years of
1:09:06
school and more mental health training than your average pill
1:09:09
pusher MD. Someone with a master's would be a licensed
1:09:13
therapist. prescribing is already available in a number of
1:09:16
states requiring additional pharmacology training, but is
1:09:19
not nationwide. Thanks for continuing to treat
1:09:22
psychologists as second class providers to MDS.
1:09:28
Okay, well that's out. I'll take that. Except for one thing
1:09:33
criticism, which is decrypted. That's what it was. Yes, I will
1:09:37
take except for one thing. Most of this like colleges. I know in
1:09:41
the Bay Area all mass ma sir. Net. I don't know any better
1:09:45
PhDs. And I stand corrected based on this note, but I'm just
1:09:52
going by my own personal experience
1:09:54
and we're happy to stand corrected it's not a problem.
1:09:56
I can stand or sit Correct. I'm sitting right now. So I'm
1:09:59
sitting Correct. You're sitting corrected.
1:10:02
There. Let me see there's,
1:10:04
do we have any more gripes so maybe we do get a few every so
1:10:07
often?
1:10:08
Well, I have not so much a gripe as an update from Project
1:10:12
Veritas. As you know, our night. Sir Daniel Strack is Executive
1:10:17
Director of Project Veritas that both nonprofits the 501, C
1:10:23
three, the 501, c four, and he wrote a note, and this is on the
1:10:27
heels
1:10:28
edition, just a new note, because if you read the last
1:10:30
note, this,
1:10:31
this is a follow up. This is the public note, which, of course,
1:10:35
no one's reporting on. And I will, I will summarize it. A few
1:10:44
weeks ago, a number of our staff members provided leadership with
1:10:47
some verbal feedback describing real management concerns
1:10:50
regarding the treatment of people and our internal
1:10:52
processes. This prompted the board to solicit feedback from
1:10:56
additional staff members, and that internal letter was leaked.
1:11:00
Their narrative that this is being portrayed by referencing
1:11:03
this letter is patently false. James has not been removed from
1:11:06
Project Veritas. We already knew that because he told us
1:11:08
personally, nowhere in that letter, was there ever a
1:11:11
suggestion to remove James from the organization. Also, there
1:11:15
were more than 16 employees that provided feedback, this letter
1:11:18
was not the only feedback collected. James is the hardest
1:11:21
working person I've ever met, he met us. Those who know those who
1:11:26
know him well know that he will not take time off unless forced
1:11:30
to. And then he goes on to say that the Project Veritas board
1:11:33
of directors is made up of seasons and active members and
1:11:36
they and they are multi year donors. So the board of
1:11:38
directors, our donors, they all love James, they were handpicked
1:11:42
by James. He says I'm not on the board of directors as Executive
1:11:46
Director, I'm an officer of the organization, my role is to
1:11:49
manage our team helped create better processes and procedures
1:11:51
to help address the concerns of our team, our board and James
1:11:55
O'Keefe. So what he's saying is possibly James O'Keefe, probably
1:12:01
and other people. Were treating people like shit, which is, by
1:12:06
the way, in the media business, not uncommon.
1:12:10
Very common.
1:12:11
It's not It's very common, it's common. And I would I would, you
1:12:15
know, I'm just gonna take O'Keefe side here for a moment
1:12:19
that this is a high stress environment. And that he's
1:12:22
saying do this, do that and that there's somehow a bunch of
1:12:26
noodle boys noodle boys got like, boys, but you know, I
1:12:30
don't want to work and want to do overtime. That's what I'm
1:12:33
thinking happened here. And then he takes a swipe at us, which I
1:12:37
which I appreciate. While I do understand the timing of this
1:12:41
situation, you understand he says while I do understand, so
1:12:45
that's messaging Hey, no agenda. This is about you. messaging us.
1:12:49
While I do understand the timing of this situation, alongside the
1:12:53
biggest story on our organization's history is
1:12:55
confusing and very easy to come up with conspiracy theories. I
1:13:00
assure you carry into vorak We are still in no way and never
1:13:04
will be brought to you by Pfizer, nor do we have any
1:13:07
political preferences for any candidates running for office.
1:13:11
No man,
1:13:13
Valeria said he was they were brought to you by Pfizer? No,
1:13:16
but I, I clear suggested that they were being pressured by
1:13:20
Pfizer
1:13:21
that it's It's okay. I love I love him. It's fine. I'm okay
1:13:26
with this.
1:13:27
I'm okay. And by the way, to suggest that someone's being
1:13:31
pressured by Pfizer is not a stretch. I don't care who it is.
1:13:35
Pfizer has got their tentacles in everything in everything.
1:13:40
They're pushing there. Just to save themselves for one thing.
1:13:43
Yeah. They've got to do it. So they're doing it was right. I
1:13:47
mean, Martha Stewart doing an ad for Pfizer. I mean, come on. I
1:13:52
think there's your giveaway. Is
1:13:53
it just me or seem like all the Superbowl ads that had
1:13:58
celebrated they were just they just did.
1:14:02
Anyway, let's bring that point back, not interest back to the
1:14:05
Super Bowl. What was with these ads and celebrities? And I have
1:14:10
watched the symbolize for top notch day one. Thompson. Peaks.
1:14:15
They peaked in the late yes, they peaked in the late 90s
1:14:19
during the.com era and that's when they got this reputation
1:14:22
for being Oh, this was a Superbowl ad. We got people
1:14:25
spending all this money. Those ads are about 500,000 bucks.
1:14:28
These ads are 707 million 7,000,001st for 30 seconds. And
1:14:34
there's always a lot of beer as because the beer companies can
1:14:37
dig and figure rationalizing there's some but then these
1:14:41
other companies and I can't remember the ads i All I
1:14:44
remember is that were shocked full of celebrities. Like
1:14:49
playing word three in
1:14:50
one spot three or four in one spot. Yeah,
1:14:53
yeah, three or four or five in one ad and they're all loaded
1:14:57
up. distracting from the message the best such as I didn't see
1:15:01
any creativity than any of these ads. And I felt I can't remember
1:15:08
the Budweiser ad. And I only thing I remember I mentioned
1:15:11
this on the on the DHA unplugged show is that Tony Romo was on
1:15:16
one of the Budweiser ads. I don't even know I lied, or
1:15:20
Michelob I can't even remember which. And he's always been the
1:15:24
traditional spokesperson for Corona. He sold out.
1:15:29
Wait, wasn't there an ad where he was? He was showing the two
1:15:33
different beers. And then he said, No, this is an ad for
1:15:35
Corona. That was that was the payoff may end which clearly
1:15:39
failed? Massively.
1:15:41
No, there was a couple of ads. There was a couple of these ads.
1:15:43
I didn't notice this Bradley. Remember that weird. I can't
1:15:46
remember the specifics. But I remember a couple of ads where
1:15:49
they promoted something else. And they promoted and promoted.
1:15:52
And then a third product came in,
1:15:55
which was it's like, it's like, it's just like, Have you run out
1:15:58
of ideas? No. Oh,
1:15:59
by the way, I took Bryce's dumb class. But in college in
1:16:03
college, I did take a course in advertising. And you did? Yeah,
1:16:08
I did. And a digital long story about how these crazy courses
1:16:15
benefited me over the long haul. But one of the violations, it's
1:16:19
very well noted is you don't promote the other you don't even
1:16:23
mention the other products I had it was blue because it puts a
1:16:26
frame of gets gets in your brain. And you get confused that
1:16:29
the answer is
1:16:31
stupid because it's wrong. It's wrong. Wrong. Everyone knows
1:16:35
that it was blue moon. Thank you troll room like I even. Yes, you
1:16:38
even were just with suggestion of Corona. I thought it was
1:16:41
Corona. So it failed. And then Bradley Cooper, and who was he
1:16:45
playing it? Like, like, Oh, we're flooding our lines. Dumb.
1:16:49
Oh, it is mom
1:16:51
with his mom. Yeah.
1:16:53
For team I remember that when we're small mobile mobile.
1:16:56
Right. And it was like it was a you it was dumb. Yes. It was
1:17:02
just dumb. I mean, every ad was dumb. These ads were stupid. And
1:17:06
they just spent all their money on celebrities. Yeah, instead of
1:17:10
writers. Hello. Yeah.
1:17:13
All right. Switching gears for a moment. Seymour Hersh is
1:17:16
everywhere. Now. He's on podcasts. He's he's doing
1:17:20
interviews on rumble. He'll be on Bridey on soon. I might as
1:17:24
well get this one out of the way.
1:17:26
Morning. AMY GOODMAN clip inbound
1:17:30
interview on Democracy Now. Now, just for a refresher, Seymour
1:17:35
Hersh, Pulitzer Prize winner until he said the Russian
1:17:38
collusion is, you know, it was a witch hunt against Trump then of
1:17:42
course he was he had
1:17:44
never liked Trump, he still doesn't know.
1:17:47
So he now every single I've watched or listened to every one
1:17:51
of these interviews, he's he's spanning the globe, because of
1:17:54
course, this is crazy. It's a blog by a discredited old dude,
1:17:59
you know, hasn't done anything since the Vietnam War. He's on
1:18:02
drugs, whatever it is, it's impossible that the US blew this
1:18:06
up, and blew up the pipelines of the Russian pipelines into
1:18:10
Germany. And so he's there's nothing he says nothing. The
1:18:15
only thing he repeats is? Well, I was just deconstructing the
1:18:19
obvious but a little, just a little 43 seconds from his
1:18:23
interview with Amy, on democracy. Now, the Warren peace
1:18:26
report caught my attention
1:18:28
at this time, we've got a president, a Democratic
1:18:31
president, that has done some good stuff domestically,
1:18:34
domestically, but I can tell you, I'm not understanding their
1:18:37
total commitment to Ukraine. And I'm not understanding what I'm
1:18:40
read, because obviously, I have access to a lot of people who
1:18:43
see things. I've been doing this, Amy and I've been doing
1:18:47
this with writing but COVID activities for my whole three
1:18:52
quarter years. Anyway, the bottom line is
1:18:54
don't let's not do stick. See more. I've been doing this for
1:18:58
300 years.
1:19:00
Joke
1:19:01
COVID activities for my whole three quarter years. Anyway, the
1:19:06
bottom line is the stories I've been getting about the war,
1:19:10
particularly beginning in fall, and that's what gets
1:19:12
interesting. I've been pretty dire. The Russians. I don't
1:19:16
think I think the end is just a question of time right now. It's
1:19:19
a question of how many more people it's Alinsky wants to
1:19:21
kill of his own people. It's going to be over
1:19:24
so there see more her saying it's going to be over. The
1:19:27
Russians are clearly strong. The Ukrainians are losing I get
1:19:31
rapport they're now they're training children 1516 seven
1:19:35
year olds boys and girls. And there's video of them fighting
1:19:41
children children what now now it's it's gone too far. And here
1:19:47
Yes.
1:19:48
Well before you get too away from the her stuff. I have some
1:19:51
Hirsch clip I
1:19:52
want to do this. No, I'm Ukraine. You can come back to
1:19:55
Hersh and this is all right. This is all about Ukraine but it
1:19:59
leaves into queen, Ursula and Queen Ursula released. The so
1:20:07
this is still all about Ukraine which Hirsch's as well. She
1:20:11
released the 10th 10th package of sanctions against Russia 10.
1:20:19
So because the other nine works so well, here's the 10th. And
1:20:24
she went through all her points, I edited it all out, except for
1:20:28
the one that of course, I wanted to shove in everybody's face,
1:20:31
we now have in place the toughest sanctions ever
1:20:35
introduced by the European Union. And we have to ensure
1:20:39
that they are strictly applied. Therefore, our tents package
1:20:44
introduces new measures to prevent circumvention. And this
1:20:49
is my fourth point, we will track oligarchs trying to hide
1:20:54
or to sell their assets to escape sanctions. And together
1:20:57
with member states, we will set up an overview of all frozen
1:21:02
assets of the Russian Central Bank held in the European Union,
1:21:06
we need to know where these are located, and how much they are
1:21:09
worth. This is crucial, in view of the possible use of public
1:21:14
Russian assets to fund reconstruction in Ukraine.
1:21:18
Exactly what I said was going to happen. They're going to take
1:21:22
the Russian at $600 billion that they froze out of Swift and
1:21:27
they're going to use that to pay JP Morgan and because JP Morgan
1:21:32
is managing the the JP Morgan Chase as the economic adviser
1:21:37
now for post war rebuilding. This is crazy. These people have
1:21:44
officially insane
1:21:47
well, they can't get away with it. Oh, they're getting away
1:21:49
with it. Of course they're getting away with it. I mean, or
1:21:53
or I saw a no, I'll hand it back to you for Sy Hersh, I saw it
1:21:59
was a it was a telegram video. I hate telegram I hate I hate I
1:22:03
think with a T. It was a US military service person saying
1:22:11
he believed that the whole thing was leaked to Seymour Hersh
1:22:16
because it is the intent of the US government to have Putin
1:22:20
respond. And wow, that yeah, that I was like, Whoa, I hadn't
1:22:27
thought of that one. But I wouldn't put it past him. Vicki
1:22:31
Newland, these people are crazy. So what do you have on Hersh?
1:22:35
Well, I got a couple of things. But I want to play with Dallas.
1:22:38
You brought that up I want to play pipeline debate was Hasani,
1:22:42
I'm sure you're aware of the new report from Seymour Hersh, how
1:22:45
America took off the Nord Stream pipeline and the White House's
1:22:47
denial of any involvement given the long standing opposition to
1:22:51
the pipeline secretaries Lincoln.
1:22:55
I'm sorry. This husaini Asking Ned Price about the pipeline?
1:23:00
Story and watching Ned Price. Jake Sullivan, maybe? No, I
1:23:04
think it was Ned Price. It
1:23:05
says Jake's it says Asani Sullivan. Yeah, I
1:23:09
think is Ned Price down who was net price again. Net Price is
1:23:13
the spokesperson for the State Department. I think I think
1:23:16
that's all offense. Well, I think this is Ned Price on it.
1:23:20
I'm sure you're aware of the new report from Seymour Hersh, how
1:23:22
America took out the Nord Stream pipeline and the White House's
1:23:25
denial
1:23:25
way. Stop, stop. Ned Bryce, Jake Sullivan, what difference does
1:23:30
it make? We agree. Like the same guy, same guy.
1:23:36
I'm sure you're aware of the new report from Seymour Hersh, how
1:23:38
America took off the Nord Stream pipeline and the White House's
1:23:41
denial of any involvement given the long standing opposition to
1:23:45
the pipeline, Secretary Lincoln's calling its demise a
1:23:48
tremendous opportunity. And Secretary Sanders,
1:23:52
didn't we didn't we play this on the last show?
1:23:55
Now this is no this is no. Okay. All right. See, my report just
1:23:59
came out. We just brought it up on the last show. Now. The
1:24:02
fallout is new.
1:24:04
I guarantee you we had this clip.
1:24:07
That was possible. But here it goes.
1:24:09
There's no one's saying that the US officials were pleased with
1:24:13
the destruction of the pipeline, especially the secret of
1:24:17
investigation. Do you think the US government's denial of
1:24:22
involvement is credible? I absolutely do and I repeated
1:24:26
here. Let me follow up on that if I might, have you or anybody
1:24:31
else in the State Department, any communication with German
1:24:34
Norwegian ambassadors or other allies or officials on this
1:24:37
matter, on the matter of Nord Stream to on the matter of the
1:24:43
latest allegations, which give the apparently it is not I mean,
1:24:48
it is it is barely it is it would be would not be in it
1:24:55
would it would not be typical for us to engage allies and
1:24:58
partners on something that is out are in complete nonsense and
1:25:01
it should be rejected out of hand by anyone who is looking at
1:25:05
it through through an objective lens. Yes, go ahead. One more
1:25:09
aspect on this one of the allegations that he makes is
1:25:12
that it was taken off the CIA in order to prevent involvement of
1:25:18
oversight as a covert operation. Did you read the piece? I'm
1:25:23
familiar with it. One of his allegations is that it was taken
1:25:27
off this route rather than let this this propaganda get aired
1:25:31
in the briefing room. Let me just say it is a fundamental
1:25:35
misunderstanding of oversight in our US Congress beyond getting
1:25:38
his facts entirely wrong as he has before and very high profile
1:25:43
ways. It is a fundamental misunderstanding suggests that
1:25:46
our intelligence community is not subject to oversight. Anyone
1:25:50
who writes that anything who writes anything like that? No,
1:25:52
no. No, no roads vote for it. It was taken off of a CIA and put
1:25:58
under military in order to prove our military is also subject to
1:26:02
rigorous oversight. The answer is yes.
1:26:07
So he's going on and on defensively? And the joke is
1:26:13
that didn't CIA is not subject to any real oversight anymore at
1:26:17
all, at all, and the military isn't either. There's not
1:26:21
telling Trump about the balloons for example, let's
1:26:25
let's get an audit of the Pentagon. Yeah, and the reason
1:26:31
why I know we played that is because I recognize the audio
1:26:34
quality, but there was more, you played more preamble. So people
1:26:40
get a bonus. It's better that way.
1:26:43
I'm glad you point this out. Well, I just stopped now. So
1:26:47
let's go with her. She's
1:26:49
gonna play clips and pretend they're new. Yeah, maybe you
1:26:52
should. What do
1:26:53
you have? What's the name of that? Do you hit? Did you have
1:26:55
that clip?
1:26:56
I had that clip. Exactly. The clip is Solomon briefing.
1:27:00
Solomon. Not net price.
1:27:03
I'm sure you're aware of the new for my Claymore.
1:27:06
Okay, okay. Oh, you win. You win. Geez. It's the clip. It was
1:27:10
necessary because I got hurt now. Okay. So here's this Hirsch
1:27:14
one. Don't fight me responses. Okay.
1:27:18
Where's this from?
1:27:20
This from democracy. Now?
1:27:21
The reason I went into that sort of Soliloquy about what's going
1:27:25
to happen, possibly in NATO, and Europe about Biden's act of
1:27:30
saying to the Western Europe and Germany, we rally reroute, we'd
1:27:34
rather keep our war going, I think and you can stay cold, is
1:27:38
I think it could cause some countries to say, you we may be
1:27:41
out of here, you know, what, what do we need NATO for and
1:27:45
American support when in a crisis, there take away our
1:27:49
ability to keep our people warm. It also could lead I think the
1:27:53
Green Party has done very well. In Germany, it's the
1:27:56
Chancellor's from the Green Party, I think it's going to
1:27:58
lead to widespread conservative movement politically. The one
1:28:02
thing we did after World War Two with that was fantastic, was we
1:28:06
really rebuilt Europe into a modern democratic plurality
1:28:10
society put off society. I think it could lead to not it won't go
1:28:15
as far as it did in Italy, we could lead to some conservative
1:28:17
victories and subsequent legislations, because Europe's
1:28:21
always had no natural resources, they've always had to rely on
1:28:24
others, and the others included us, and also Russia gas. And if
1:28:30
we want to stop that off, we do it at a political costs. And I
1:28:34
think the point I'm making is I'm still gonna do more
1:28:36
reporting on this. Because I, there's still things I need to
1:28:41
write about later. I think this has probably been in the view of
1:28:46
some of the people who did it. One of the dumbest things
1:28:49
American government has done years, and we've had four years
1:28:53
of Trump in the long run, I just don't understand why more
1:28:57
newspapers, good newspapers, like the times are just still I
1:29:00
still, I still read the New York Times I don't believe everything
1:29:03
they say about Ukraine, but it's still a wonderful report is
1:29:06
there. My attitude towards editors is if we get rid of 90%
1:29:10
of the editors in the world, we'd be much better off but
1:29:12
that's always been since I was a kid reporter I thought that so
1:29:16
you know, I don't care what they say. I mean, if I did, I would I
1:29:20
would weep because some of the stuff is so dumb.
1:29:25
So he's bringing out all everything he did first show he
1:29:28
did was actually mark Ames, his blog, or blog, podcast, and Mark
1:29:34
games used to write for us to write for the panco daily and
1:29:40
nearly forgot about them. He used to be the partner with my
1:29:44
Matt Taibbi and Russia. Rise and Mark games and Tybee gotten to a
1:29:51
beef over something and they don't even mention each other
1:29:53
anymore. It's very strange. And I thought Ames were going to do
1:29:58
a good job at Ames was just such a He was like, like a sucker. A
1:30:02
starstruck. Yeah. And so he could so I couldn't even get a
1:30:07
clip off of that thing. Meanwhile, at least Amy and and
1:30:11
his her sidekick, asked a few questions. But when they started
1:30:15
getting harsh, and they questioned some of his stuff, he
1:30:20
said, he made it clear that it was this was a an operation. It
1:30:27
wasn't something you because the Norwegians, for example, said
1:30:30
well, that's shipped I'd never left port. And he's and he and
1:30:35
there's a couple of essays written to somebody sent one on
1:30:38
no agenda social saying, Hey, look at this. And it had the
1:30:41
rundown it was I don't know who this guy was. But he is another
1:30:44
substack writer and he had the rundown of why hearse thing was
1:30:47
wrong. This was wrong. And that was wrong. And this was wrong.
1:30:51
Ignoring the fact that this was all had to be covered up. So it
1:30:55
would appear to be wrong. Of course. Plausible Deniability is
1:30:59
part of it. And so So Juan Gonzalez asked him some nasty
1:31:04
question about the ship not being important. And Hearst goes
1:31:08
off the rails with, with a Nicaragua story, which I don't
1:31:15
know what the point was, it was like, I think the point was,
1:31:18
look, look, look at it. I'm been doing this long enough where I
1:31:25
know a lot of stuff that doesn't get printed, and I have good
1:31:29
sources. And I double check. He made it clear with Mark games
1:31:32
that he has two or three sources for everything. Even though that
1:31:36
may or may not be true. So this but this Nikkor, White Rock was
1:31:39
story, I just thought was the most fascinating kind of off
1:31:44
topic, little story. That was just like, I don't know what the
1:31:49
point of it was, was it something he's always wanted to
1:31:51
get off his chest? Because he called the CIA a bunch of douche
1:31:55
bags? I'm not sure. But let's play this.
1:31:57
You know, let me tell you something about Nicaragua, you
1:31:59
don't know, one of the things that happened in Nicaragua, the
1:32:03
CIA guys operating there would thrill and get excited on their
1:32:07
speeches there. And you know, even even in the worst of times,
1:32:10
and then suddenly, that started the symbol when they would go in
1:32:14
their little motor boats off the beaches, and shoot flash jets
1:32:18
into the beaches and have a contest to see, you know, I
1:32:22
shouldn't say the latter. They would just shoot floats. And no,
1:32:24
there were casualties, they would just do that. And have a
1:32:26
lot of fun talking about it and bragging about it. I mean,
1:32:29
that's the kind of stuff you get to do when you have a covert
1:32:31
operation.
1:32:33
Oh, I totally understand what he's saying. CIA are a bunch of
1:32:37
dicks. That's what he's saying. And it's, you know, that's an
1:32:42
interesting thing for him to put out there. They might get mad,
1:32:46
they might get mad about that. Yeah, I can't see any other
1:32:50
they went out there with some shotguns or whatever, feel a
1:32:54
little party just shooting it people on the beach and killing
1:32:58
them. I totally believe that. It's a reminder of this of the
1:33:02
scene and Schindler's List, where they when they creepy guys
1:33:06
up there in the tower, and he just picks off a few prisoners
1:33:10
for just randomly just as a joke. Very, very cold blooded
1:33:15
kind of thing. So
1:33:16
he that was the whole Iran Contra, right? Yeah, yeah,
1:33:20
exactly. But they were so gung ho and so happy to see that's
1:33:24
why when Congress said no, we're not funding that anymore. That's
1:33:27
when they went well, but we're having too much fun shooting
1:33:30
shit and people on the beach. What are we gonna do? I know,
1:33:33
let's get some drugs. We'll take the drugs back called Bill
1:33:37
Clinton will take it back through Mena, Arkansas, and then
1:33:40
we'll take it to Los Angeles and we'll we'll chop it up, we'll
1:33:43
turn it into this new thing called crack, which is really
1:33:45
cheap, and will kill Black people. It's gonna be a bonanza.
1:33:50
And that's what Gary would. That's why Gary Webb wound up
1:33:52
shooting himself in the head two times with a gun in his left
1:33:55
hand. We've been through this a couple times. I mean, the story,
1:34:00
the story. Now, it's sad. It's sad. And just so what Sy Hersh
1:34:05
display
1:34:05
where he was all worked up, because the question that was
1:34:08
asked was about the boat. And Hearst got up here at the
1:34:12
beginning, he was not happy with his question. He was mad, and he
1:34:15
gave him the story. To find it. You kind of got it. It's most I
1:34:21
think it was just like a crazy story. But it was as if, hey,
1:34:25
look, this is what goes on. You don't know what's going on is
1:34:28
what he's trying to say to the guy to Juan Gonzalez, you know,
1:34:33
always likes to welcome to worldwide audience. Yes.
1:34:36
Congressi. Now, the worldwide audience, because we're on the
1:34:40
internet, you know, I think you're right, I think and I
1:34:42
think that Hirsch is mad that the story is being you know,
1:34:46
he's being written off as a as a as an idiot as a kook who was a
1:34:50
Trump lover, which was why he slipped that in, but we're dumb
1:34:54
though. We had four years of Trump. How dumb was that? So
1:34:56
He's slipping that in to get all of his druthers out And I think
1:35:01
he's really mad. He sees it. He knows that CIA is running our
1:35:05
country have been maybe not during Trump that was probably
1:35:08
dia Defense Intelligence Agency, which is why the Defense
1:35:11
Department has been neutered, neutered, and it's obvious who's
1:35:16
running who ran Obama. It's obvious who's I mean, no one's
1:35:18
wrong. Joe is barely walking. He's barely stumbling. It's just
1:35:22
it's all it's all an app. And I 100% I said it, five by five
1:35:28
believe that it's CIA. CIA, CIA. Ah. Alright, so back to the
1:35:37
situation. That Richard Engel we all know what he's about from
1:35:41
NBC. He has a little report here about the Ukrainian situation.
1:35:45
Ukrainian tanks on the front lines are running out of
1:35:49
ammunition. Now, Commander say stocks are so low, they now only
1:35:54
shoot when they can see their enemy. Will you I love
1:35:59
the cruise missile effect. And the AK is in the background.
1:36:03
So they were just taking stop there. So they can own their
1:36:07
only shooting now when they see their enemy shooting at before?
1:36:13
No, just willy nilly.
1:36:16
I know what it sounds like. Yeah, just need bullets.
1:36:20
Yeah,
1:36:20
in tanks on the front lines are running out of ammunition.
1:36:24
Commander say stocks are so low. They now only shoot when they
1:36:28
can see their enemy. will use as little ammunition as we can. But
1:36:33
still it's disappearing. It says a battalion commander codenamed
1:36:37
the st. Can you stop this Russian offensive?
1:36:40
The saint was like,
1:36:42
wait a minute stop again. Why does he even throw that into the
1:36:46
report? Who cares what his code name is?
1:36:49
Yet? It's like the ghost remember, the ghost turned out
1:36:52
to be phony?
1:36:54
The jazzy ghost one.
1:36:56
So that's why this is Richard angle.
1:36:59
code named the st. That may be just some message that's got to
1:37:03
go be heard by someone non MBC.
1:37:05
Named the st.
1:37:07
Can you stop this Russian offensive? No nothing. Just one
1:37:11
week. Now we can only hold them off, he says, but nobody knows
1:37:14
how long we can keep doing it. Their equipment is just too old.
1:37:19
Oh, Russia still produces ammunition for its Soviet era
1:37:23
tanks and has huge reserves. But here in Ukraine, tractor
1:37:27
mechanics are keeping the old machines running.
1:37:30
Wait a minute, what did we send? Why did we send over there that
1:37:33
they need tractor mechanics
1:37:35
and scavenging from destroyed Russian tanks until help
1:37:38
arrives. And it's not just tank rounds. NATO is now warning
1:37:43
Ukraine is using so much ammunition of all types. And
1:37:47
Western allies cannot provide it fast enough with new orders
1:37:51
taking up to two years to deliver.
1:37:54
I think this is a setup. The setup is it's got to end because
1:37:58
Vladimir, Volodymyr will be the hero by saying okay, I've got to
1:38:03
stop. There's too many of our children are being killed on the
1:38:06
battlefield
1:38:07
there that he sent. Yes. We roll on his and there's a little
1:38:12
another gotcha in there. How long is this war been going on
1:38:18
one year? How does it take two years to deliver any orders of
1:38:24
ammunition?
1:38:25
Because we have to go wrestle it from the IRS. Wait, wait.
1:38:30
If they ordered it a year ago, they wouldn't get it for another
1:38:34
year. So they don't have any animal ammunition from the way
1:38:37
this logic goes. If it takes two years to get the ammunition and
1:38:42
they've been fighting for a year, Where's all this other
1:38:43
ammunition come from?
1:38:45
From literally from our forts and bases around our country and
1:38:50
around the world?
1:38:51
What's this two year delay? What are they talking about? That new
1:38:55
ammunition. They only have old ammunition. This is bull crap.
1:38:59
I think it signals the end, the end has to come out we're going
1:39:03
to use the Russian money to rebuild you know, JP Morgan
1:39:06
Chase is already in place. And this whole thing turns out to be
1:39:12
really about I think ultimately control of the EU. Kicking
1:39:16
kicking Germany to the side. I mean, just go back and review.
1:39:20
The Nord Stream pipeline is owned 51% by Gazprom Dutch
1:39:25
company, own part of it. There's no three other companies in
1:39:30
countries that own this pipeline because the Germans were living
1:39:34
it up they had a beautiful system. We get cheap gas. We are
1:39:39
the powerhouse of Europe. It's their money that cheap energy,
1:39:43
cheap energy. They were the powerhouse of industry. You
1:39:47
know, they would turn around and sell Mercedes Benz and BMW used
1:39:51
back to back to Russia. They've very good relationship. They
1:39:55
were able to sell excess energy, gas, whatever to To the rest of
1:40:00
Europe because they couldn't even use it all. It was Helmut
1:40:04
Kohl, the former chancellor, who was on the board of Gazprom, who
1:40:08
was saying, you got to shut down that nuclear. I mean, that's
1:40:10
bad, you know, nuclear, it's got to be Gas, gas, gas, gas, gas,
1:40:14
gas gas. And then of course, we came in with a no gas is no
1:40:19
good. We can't have gas stoves, we can't use gas, we gotta go to
1:40:22
hydro gene. Hydrogen is where it's at hydrogen, even though
1:40:27
that was never in play, never in play, and was always windmills,
1:40:32
and, and solar. And now it's hydrogen, we follow the whole
1:40:36
thing, go back and listen to the past three months of shows. Now
1:40:40
all of a sudden, hydrogen is the way to go. And we have different
1:40:43
kinds of hydrogen, we have clean hydrogen, which will have in
1:40:47
about 10 years. And in 10 years, we still don't have it. Because
1:40:52
to make hydrogen, you need a lot of energy. So it's cold, it's
1:40:55
gas, it's not going to come from windmills. It's not going to
1:40:58
come from solar. So the only thing left was nuclear. And now
1:41:02
here we are back with the same old problem in Europe. That has
1:41:06
been the problem with the world wars one and two. Here's the
1:41:10
report
1:41:11
how green is hydrogen? That's the question the European
1:41:14
Commission needs to resolve as a resumed talks on renewable
1:41:17
energy targets today. The issue is whether or not hydrogen
1:41:21
derived from nuclear power can be designated as renewable.
1:41:25
France heavily reliant on atomic energy has been lobbying hard in
1:41:29
favor of that, but Germany and Spain oppose it. The French
1:41:33
government is especially angry about this because it says it
1:41:36
approved plans for a hydrogen pipeline between Spain and
1:41:39
France on the basis that its hydrogen would get the renewable
1:41:43
label. It's important because classifications of this kind can
1:41:47
affect the eligibility for state aid.
1:41:52
French are getting screwed by the Germans once again. This is
1:41:59
what it comes down to every single time. And now it's now
1:42:04
France. No, no, no.
1:42:05
Well, maybe the whole idea is to is to do this Ukraine thing, get
1:42:10
Russia back where they belong. And to keep German Germans from
1:42:16
taking over the EU, which they were on their way to if you
1:42:19
remember 5678 years ago on your show. We used to call it the
1:42:23
Fourth Reich referring to the European Union because the
1:42:26
Germans are dominating you know, yeah. And
1:42:31
and now they got you know, the the friendly, queen, Ursula, who
1:42:35
is off there Deutsch. And she's she's turncoat. She She is a
1:42:41
saboteur of the German economy. And the funny thing is, the
1:42:45
Germans themselves have been mind controlled into believing
1:42:47
gas, bad nuclear bad.
1:42:51
will shut down nuclear power plants is an example of it's
1:42:55
dumb.
1:42:56
Yeah, they all were told, is bad. We can't have it. There's
1:43:00
no good. I mean, this is this is much this goes much further,
1:43:05
this is this is not even about Russia. This is about control of
1:43:09
Europe. I think the United States wanted a large motor come
1:43:12
of control, see, Ted Cruz setting all that he's intimately
1:43:16
involved trying to get the liquid petroleum gas business
1:43:19
from the US. We can't ignore Turkey, which had a lot of
1:43:26
pipelines was positioned to become the new conduit for oil
1:43:29
and gas into Europe. Now what 41,000 people dead in this
1:43:34
earthquake? I mean, this big moves going on here. And what
1:43:39
are we doing? Look at that balloon?
1:43:44
Maybe that's what we're supposed to be doing. I think
1:43:46
we're doing a good job. And with that, I'd like to thank you for
1:43:49
your courage and remind everybody there's a lot more
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show after this donation segment. Only one once again
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today and thank you the man who put the C's in COVID cardiac
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and gentlemen, Mr. John C.
1:44:05
Mr Adam Coronavirus, gypsy but scruffy near sobs no all James
1:44:08
dies out there in the morning
1:44:09
to the trolls and the troll room who have there's a couple of
1:44:12
horrible trolls in there. And I don't know I tried to kick him
1:44:15
out. My kick command doesn't work anymore. I had someone
1:44:18
removed my power. I can't kick people out the troll room
1:44:21
anymore. I just have so much fun doing it. My oh my God, my God
1:44:25
Mode is has been revoked. I blame Darren it makes no sense.
1:44:29
The free troll chimp that's the guy like kick that guy out
1:44:32
whoever that guy is get rid of him.
1:44:34
What's what's what's he doing this wrong?
1:44:36
Oh, you know, and words fu you know that kind of stuff. It's
1:44:41
just annoying. It's annoying. It's a troll room which is fine.
1:44:45
And I liked the trolling. The trolling is good the troll There
1:44:48
we go. And he got kicked. Thank you. There you go. all taken
1:44:52
care of. Yeah, it was just it's unnecessary. We don't need that
1:44:57
it's not helpful. You control whatever you want, but just No
1:45:00
one needs that. I have the power. Let's see how many trolls
1:45:05
we have.
1:45:05
I don't have the power I can put shorted out on this deal.
1:45:09
If you're you want to be you want God power in the chat room,
1:45:12
I can give that to you.
1:45:13
I don't even look at the chat room. So it's my point.
1:45:17
How many we have we have 2003 in the troll room today. Is that
1:45:26
how's that on that for Thursday? Is that okay? So
1:45:29
2002 on Thursday 2003. To 2000 was actually quite good.
1:45:36
Until I kick that guy out and all his friends are gonna leave.
1:45:41
Who knows? Who knows? Who knows? You okay? Yeah. I don't want to
1:45:47
do Yes, I'm okay. Okay, I have an emergency surgery scheduled
1:45:50
for tomorrow. Unfortunately. Tomorrow Yeah. For my Something
1:45:57
has to change in my my bone growth on my lower sage.
1:46:01
Disgusting, you know,
1:46:02
that's why I said that's what I said. So I'm slipping. I'm all
1:46:05
over the place. That I know you got. I can't hear it. I hear it.
1:46:09
That bothers me enough. So all right.
1:46:13
Well, good luck on that. Yeah.
1:46:14
Thank you. You can join us. You're grumpy. I'm not grumpy.
1:46:19
I'm not grumpy at all. You're the one that's grumpy. What?
1:46:26
See, you're the one that's grumpy. Oh, well.
1:46:33
You can check out the art.
1:46:35
No, let's first remind everybody that you can also besides that
1:46:39
being in the troll room can follow us on no agenda
1:46:42
social.com I went around no agenda social.com Last night, I
1:46:47
was just looking at the at the all at the full feed. It's okay
1:46:52
to post memes and everything. But if you're posting
1:46:55
screenshots without a link, you know, my band button is itching.
1:47:00
So I'm warning people if you're going to post I we spend a lot
1:47:05
of time and knowledge in the socials is where we get your
1:47:07
producers. This is not your playground. We're producers,
1:47:10
your producers. So when you're posting stories, this is very
1:47:14
helpful. If it doesn't have a link if it's just a screenshot
1:47:17
because you're lazy. It's not helpful.
1:47:20
So please, the screenshot alone is funny.
1:47:23
It never is.
1:47:25
I mean, I've done it. I spoke post screenshots. Yeah,
1:47:28
but of memes and stuff, but okay. Then I'm gonna kick you
1:47:32
out. I'm gonna ban you. Okay, is that what you want to hear? I've
1:47:38
already banned you from the chat room.
1:47:41
You can follow that in the chat room
1:47:43
and see, because you're banned. You can follow Adam and no
1:47:46
agenda social.com or Jhansi DeVore. I can no agenda
1:47:48
social.com. And we want to thank everyone who posts something of
1:47:54
use there. And then when you're sending emails to us, if if I
1:47:58
thank you for sending something, it doesn't mean that you can
1:48:00
have a conversation doesn't mean that you can Hey, let me let me
1:48:03
talk to you about to my birthday. No, no, no. It's very
1:48:07
busy these days, the Rogan effect is on it's a lot of
1:48:10
email, a lot of postings. So it was keep it tight. Everybody is
1:48:15
exactly exactly what, hey, is exactly what we say to the
1:48:21
artists who always come up with at least one winning piece for
1:48:26
us to choose from. And they post that live during the show to no
1:48:30
agenda art generator.com. And we thank networks who brought us
1:48:35
the award winning art. This was the giant heart now there was of
1:48:39
course the Valentine's show. So we were looking for something
1:48:44
that would be sweet that would be relevant that would be about
1:48:46
you know Valentine's Day we do like that we did a little
1:48:49
traditionalist that way and so networks came up with a giant
1:48:54
balloon heart and kind of The Simpsons cloud spelling out no
1:48:58
agenda. I thought it was quite nice. It was sweet. You know,
1:49:01
there was other things to choose from but we both liked that And
1:49:06
was there anything else that we had taken into consideration?
1:49:10
Yeah, actually there was some a lot of arguments about this art
1:49:14
and the other art and what we want to do one balloon that we
1:49:18
want Superbowl that was Super Bowl stuff, but we wanted some
1:49:21
to do with Valentine's Day so it had to have that. I liked the
1:49:26
best price by tantan EO with the balloon satellite plane things
1:49:31
but then again, you mentioned it was too small.
1:49:35
Although I didn't think it was let me just see which one that
1:49:37
was to get us on there.
1:49:39
It was it was it. It wasn't artsy.
1:49:42
Let me say oh, it was it was yes. It was between that one and
1:49:47
the end the network's heart. It was this had was funny but it
1:49:53
Yeah, it was just kind of plain.
1:49:59
Then we had I noticed that Roger around he did is any given
1:50:03
Sunday did a Super Bowl thing which has a lot of humor in it.
1:50:06
Yeah, but we we didn't talk that much about the Super Bowl. We
1:50:08
talk more about it today. Yeah. And it was probably over. I
1:50:15
think it was over produced it actually looked like a logo for
1:50:18
him and NBC show I look too professional to say often do
1:50:23
you get that it was too good.
1:50:26
Good question. Oh, we can't have a soda but But Paul couture did
1:50:29
a very similar piece and it was it was up higher was jets versus
1:50:33
UFOs distraction bowl. And that was a slick piece to his very
1:50:38
slick. Yeah. And again, you know, it was we wanted to haul
1:50:42
it. We wanted some Valentine's sentimental stuff of some sort
1:50:47
that wasn't going to cut it.
1:50:49
No. What else did we look I kind of like the what do we have?
1:50:56
There's a lot of stuff a couple of art pieces with Zippy
1:51:00
including a couple robots, plus a zippy robot. I think that was
1:51:05
that was it. He's one of only parents I don't think Zippy is
1:51:08
probably laying down with Freddy the firewall now I don't think
1:51:13
these are particularly characters that should stay
1:51:15
around forever.
1:51:16
Yeah, you don't really you're not really the true
1:51:19
ventriloquist mentality.
1:51:22
Go figure.
1:51:26
I'm not huh. Okay. Surprising. Thought it would be able to pull
1:51:30
it off.
1:51:31
When I use you. Almost. No, I was about it. So I think the
1:51:37
piece reach and I didn't think that piece we chose was could
1:51:41
have been. It was Well, the thing that sold me on it if it
1:51:44
was one dimensional. I wouldn't have one. I can tell you that
1:51:47
right now. But he put enough dimensionality in it by shading
1:51:51
the balloon with some highlights that it
1:51:56
was be honest. It popped. It popped.
1:51:58
I popped as balloons do
1:52:01
and that ultimately is what we're always looking for. We're
1:52:03
looking for some pop. You know, the vibrator dildo? No, very
1:52:09
funny not gonna happen jabs through, it's not gonna happen
1:52:13
that Google barf? No, it was just it. I mean, people tried,
1:52:20
they tried very hard. And we appreciate that. But we're also
1:52:24
going to be very honest with with our review of the art, this
1:52:27
is the one thing this is the one benefit the artists get if they
1:52:29
don't win, at least they get a fair review. That I think is
1:52:34
important to them.
1:52:35
Yeah. I don't know how fair the review is that the art was too
1:52:39
slick, too good to
1:52:43
stop doing that. Thank you very much artists. And of course, we
1:52:49
know Dred Scott does the chapters. If you got a modern
1:52:52
podcast, app, new podcast apps.com. We a lot of these
1:52:56
pieces are put right in there, that function as markers for the
1:52:59
chapters. And you can see people are driving in their cars, and
1:53:02
they're getting distracted by seeing the art change while
1:53:04
they're listening to the show. Which I think is a feature. I
1:53:08
got one complaint about it's like I'm getting distracted.
1:53:11
Now. That's the whole point. Or you could just listen to the
1:53:14
show live and refresh. No agenda art generator.com. You'll see
1:53:17
them popping up as we speak. And that already we have some that I
1:53:20
know you put it on a computer screen. We're not going to use
1:53:23
some of these I can tell you that already. Although l Biden
1:53:28
has kind of got my kind of got my eye. Thank you again,
1:53:32
networks. Good job who did
1:53:35
comic strip blog course he's using?
1:53:38
Ai Of course, he's using AI, which I want to talk about after
1:53:43
after the donation segment because my voice has already
1:53:45
been stolen and is being monetized by AI. Lovers be
1:53:49
monetize you can sue. That's what I wanted some advice about.
1:53:53
Yeah, no doubt about that. And okay, I'm looking forward to the
1:53:56
to the lawsuit. It's always fun. Lawyers never win in that
1:53:59
situation.
1:54:03
So those poor lawyers, you should feel sorry for him. They
1:54:05
never make any I know,
1:54:07
value for value is how we roll. If you look at the current state
1:54:10
of affairs in advertising, it is bad out there. I would say when
1:54:16
you see Google having to spend $13 billion a quarter just to
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get people to come to a search on their engine so that they can
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serve you up some ads, and that they're so desperate. And we'll
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talk about that as well that they go into chat GPT mode, and
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they're on the losing end of it just because well we got to do
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something to get the numbers up. They're in trouble and we would
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have been in deep trouble as well. If we'd ever made it past
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15 months really long. 15 years. If we were doing ads, the show
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never have worked.
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We would know what it worked to show what it worked, but that
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money would never come in.
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No, we would have been deep platformed it would have been a
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nightmare. So we've always relied on our producers and
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that's you if you're listening right now you are producing you
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produce value for value you in many ways, what we certainly
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need and has been low for the past six weeks ever since the
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start of the year which I'm sure is related to the start of the
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I ve got me I don't know.
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Wayne does not get enough attention JCD can pick his
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favorite jingle for the donation segment in my stead as an
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executive producer for this episode. I expect you to make it
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one of your best Geez Okay, I
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think it should be the classic there's no winning we haven't
1:57:39
played that for a year
1:57:40
no winning so that's Think of the children isn't it?
1:57:47
No Think of the children is think of the children there's no
1:57:52
winning there's we don't share a secret
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oh that's what it is. Yes share secrets is a confusing share a I
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can't type today either share a secret as all the isn't Let hold
1:58:08
no that's not it either.
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Ah
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John, I can't find his
1:58:15
wound and know what happened that's probably where you
1:58:17
haven't played it.
1:58:18
But it's but it's not titled share secret.
1:58:22
And it's not there's no winning there's no knife competitive
1:58:25
there's no winning
1:58:26
I have no witness we need to show that we need to find this
1:58:30
this jingle God is so is it there's no winning that hold it
1:58:34
hold hands me hold hands bowled hands hands
1:58:39
no competition look at the kind of competition this
1:58:42
is horrible. No, it's not uncommon. What? How can this be?
1:58:48
I'm sure it was secret secret something solid secret I'm going
1:58:52
all the way down. Now why don't you read the next one? I'm gonna
1:58:55
give him a Karma first I'm going to keep looking I will find this
1:59:00
interesting the off you've got karma winning
1:59:04
all right, well, while we're waiting Yeah real game salties
1:59:08
up on the on the podium here Jeff Manchester New Hampshire
1:59:11
contributing 500 bucks and she is now a bear in net tests.
1:59:17
Happy Valentine's day if possible play we don't talk
1:59:20
about Brandon. We don't talk about Brandon here's a clip that
1:59:26
it's it's the size end of show mix. We don't talk about brand
1:59:31
and brand and remember that Oh, I
1:59:33
never I don't even recall it. Yeah, I need a good ear worm
1:59:37
love karma for all and thank you for your courage Dame salty.
1:59:43
You've got karma.
1:59:46
Is it share secret? Maybe I'm sorry. Hold that it's gotta be
1:59:52
titled something out. This. This whole hands. It's gone. It's
1:59:58
just gone. This is very very distressing to me.
2:00:05
Well then I would recommend this playing this as we got the brand
2:00:08
and thing coming up anyway.
2:00:10
Find that either I can't find about let's go Brandon.
2:00:13
i That's my pick for our friend, Michael.
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Okay, was this No, that's not it this is not a good day.
2:00:27
How about see the juice? We can get that? I'm sure I got
2:00:31
the brand. Wish I got something there all right. Well, you're
2:00:40
not I'm gonna do I'm gonna do the next one. Good. And we're on
2:00:43
to Michael de Fuquay Varina North Carolina. $400. Thank you,
2:00:47
Michael. This donation is a split between myself and my
2:00:50
keeper. Oh 200 for her 200 For me, well, this presents a
2:00:53
problem. So so well, do we make them both Associate Executive
2:00:58
producers?
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What's your name?
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Well, I'm just saying that's just what he's done here.
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Blue you can just say, Michael Dan wife. Okay, so all right and
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keep her and keep her made. That'd be married.
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Okay, so Michael day. All right. She already has over $1,000 in
2:01:17
donations. And this one sends me over the top as well. Oh, it
2:01:20
looks like they're going to be deemed and 90 together. My wife
2:01:23
refused to get vaccinated for work last year, and I was proud
2:01:26
of her at the time. She kept her job but it was stressful for a
2:01:29
while. Today it was even more proud of her. She She was
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refused an examination at the doctor's office because she
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refused to wear a mask. She was upset but did not waver. She
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stated her case was told to put on a mask or leave. She was not
2:01:43
belligerent and left the doctor's office politely and
2:01:45
quietly. Most people may think that wearing a mask is a simple
2:01:48
task. Why fight it but we have to push back at some point or
2:01:51
they will never stop out. If we do what we're told, we will
2:01:56
always be told what to do. Good. Whoo. Good one. She may want to
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change your name but I would like for her to be known as Dame
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Kelly. The resolute and I would like to there it is sir. Mike
2:02:07
Kelly the resolute and Sir Mike the fortunate. So they're both
2:02:10
on the podium today. You too have been helpful to both of us.
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Sincerely, Michael day. Thank you very much, Michael. We'll
2:02:16
take care of that for you. And we'll we'll put you both in the
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in that executive producer spot.
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How do you get an examination at a doctor's office with a mask
2:02:25
on? What do you mean by that? He can't put the thing check your
2:02:31
time. They can't put the tongue depressor they can look down
2:02:35
your throat. Oh, you found it?
2:02:38
Yeah, no, actually, that Bong you heard was let's see what it
2:02:41
was titled. Hug. Hug. Everyone hug and shares. No, I don't.
2:02:48
Yeah, here it is. Oh, there's
2:02:50
no winning. We don't like to foster a competitive atmosphere
2:02:54
but we laugh a lot. Now everyone hug and share a secret.
2:02:58
I'm renaming this now. Thank you. Darren. I'm renaming this
2:03:00
now so that we will always have it handy and we're winning or
2:03:05
share a secret How about no winning share a secret I'll put
2:03:10
them both in
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there you go you'll find it for sure. All right, so vana Gentile
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Gentile in Orlando hills. Illinois is up next 33677 game
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hood donation day has arrived please day me as dame of the
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absurd ITM, y'all and thank you for your courage. All
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right. Carsten Schwartz from Denmark. lunga lunga lunga. I
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don't know what that little circle about the A is longer,
2:03:39
longer longer than Mark 333 dot 33. Our favorite executive
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producer donation most excellent apod fathers, since you failed
2:03:47
to mention my 333 dot 33 donation to your coffers last
2:03:51
show. I humbly demand satisfaction. Now what is this
2:03:56
about that we miss one that did I know of? Well, it looks like
2:04:01
the back office has determined it's a valid complaint. And Sir
2:04:04
Schwartz is requesting a title change henceforth to be known as
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Sir Schwartz Black Knight of the woke bashing culprits. The
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possibly oh gee slots and single malt at the roundtable and the
2:04:18
continuation of your distinguished work. May you
2:04:20
never find an exit strategy. Okay, well, you've been
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approved.
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You've been approved, but I would have read that number two
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is to possibly org because Oh geez. To me, it should be o.g.or
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O G all caps.
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Would you like to read it over and make your corrections?
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No, I didn't have to read it over because I didn't read it in
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the first place. I'm just pointing out that I could have
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botched it. Unlike with John Dietrich who is in wrapping your
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falls New York who also came in with 33333 and he says Jack, my
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smokin hot one. wife Katie and amazing kids miles and Cecilia.
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Cece and my sister Mary, who doesn't need a D douching. But I
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do
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okay you've been D deuced.
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And my bro Danny needs a his D bag call out row Nammo producer
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thanks you for your services do I could maybe boy I probably
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blew that up your service jobs karma for new rebar company
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no new rebar company
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jobs, jobs, jobs and jobs for jobs
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Benjamin Unitas Leno been San Francisco California our first
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Associate Executive Producer to 150 $5.55 and he is required
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today is not a good day for jingles honestly. So, I'm just
2:06:07
going to give
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you the whole load here to give you the whole load today and
2:06:12
what do you want he wanted chemtrails. I can give you some
2:06:14
chemtrails for some reason I can't get all those and he also
2:06:20
wanted the climate gates and that will do it for him to the
2:06:28
gate to the gate
2:06:35
still with us the Climategate.
2:06:38
Well, I want to make Rita's note then, for Adams mentioned of
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Nikola Tesla's discovery earthquake frequency 2.5 hertz
2:06:48
as he had caused a localized earthquake in midtown Manhattan,
2:06:53
according to 1945 Life magazine
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okay, I didn't see that for some reason that didn't show up in my
2:06:59
spreadsheet. Yeah, okay. Well, yesterday he had a little
2:07:05
vibration device and he put it he put it didn't you put it
2:07:08
against like the bridge,
2:07:10
a bridge, but it caused people's blockage was bad news. So his
2:07:15
his donation was two five 5.55 which may be the frequency Oh
2:07:20
yes, I 2.5 was tuning I was when I was at the University of
2:07:24
California I was at one of the classes I take was dramatic arts
2:07:28
and I was working with a guy in the sound system in Wheeler
2:07:32
auditorium and we were tuning the auditorium and we had hit
2:07:38
the frequency of the place and it was shaking the entire
2:07:43
building with these two Altech Lansing voices in the theaters
2:07:47
now we usually start with just
2:07:48
sending a tone yeah
2:07:51
Wow. We're sending a tone and I don't know how we got to
2:07:55
whatever this frequency was but we're changing the tone or we
2:07:58
hit this one frequency and the whole building started to shake
2:08:00
and I suppose if we just turn the gain up a little bit and let
2:08:04
it go we could have brought down the place
2:08:06
that's a great No I've never heard this story. Yeah,
2:08:10
I know is like shocked the two of us we turn this thing off
2:08:13
immediately because there's like stuff falling on us
2:08:16
too. So but that's in the 2.5 it's really low as a low free
2:08:20
Yeah, no,
2:08:20
this was not I can guarantee this was not 2.5 it was
2:08:24
something around 2530 hertz I'm wrong. Well
2:08:29
this is the concept of an opera singer who produces the exact
2:08:34
same frequency of the glass the glass shatters which is real I
2:08:37
mean
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that's how it can happen if you have somebody who can do that
2:08:40
yeah
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as usual
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don't experiment with this at home kids it's not a good idea
2:08:46
you do not get damaged
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yes do not get a tone generator and the big speakers is not the
2:08:52
human body
2:08:53
has a it has a frequency to I mean they've had there are
2:08:56
weapons that that develop these low notes I think they're like
2:09:01
12 cycles in that vicinity and it starts to rip apart your
2:09:05
guts.
2:09:07
This is being used in some cases to nuke cancer cells and in the
2:09:11
helicopter world. We have something known as the ground
2:09:17
resonance
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bright this is a yeah and Chopper boil up right down the
2:09:21
spot
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just integrates you can you can look at look at this on YouTube
2:09:25
ground resonance helicopter and you'll see it's a condition you
2:09:29
could get into and if you have one skid off the ground and
2:09:33
you're alien. Yeah, it's just it's a there's a way to
2:09:36
recognize this condition. If you don't know how the helicopter
2:09:39
disintegrates within seconds. It's crazy. We need to have more
2:09:46
fun with that.
2:09:47
There's a lot of things you can do with sound
2:09:51
fun with sound destroy your body. Oh yeah,
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direct and new onwards with the donations with Sir Tooth Fairy
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and share via Oh, Indiana 23456 Great number Keep up the great
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work thank
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you very much Mark Valentine Grantham in Great Britain. A row
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of ducks two two 2.2 to Hawaii the labs no genius nakoma Hawaii
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what does that mean? Hawaii the lads. Idea no jingles no karma.
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Nick cast in lincoln rhode island. another row of ducks.
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trackpad or not trackpad but our truck baller. No, I use attract
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point I use the little IBM read the little little nub.
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because then your is right on the keyboard you don't have to
2:12:02
she's you don't take your hands off the keyboard is just a way
2:12:04
to go this route for me. Now I do like mice in some situations,
2:12:09
I use one here on this show. And the dank. Which is wired is a
2:12:17
kind of a funny thing. It's like a ball and the buttons are in
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front. But I like it it has got a good movement. It feels good,
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it feels terrific is probably comfort, it's more comfortable
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in using a regular mouse, I'd say. So I would recommend it to
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people want to try something different. And it's got a scroll
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to activate the mouse buttons, I think I think that should be
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swept up a bit.
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When he goes up when he moves swept up.
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In other words, it shouldn't be moved forward up a little bit
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because it's so easy to grab the mouse in his and you have to
2:12:57
push kind of backwards toward the palm of your fingers to
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come out the click buttons in the front
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you mean that click button should be moved out a little bit
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not a lot. That's my only complaint
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I to receive the dink.gg It's interesting because they said
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well we're not sending one to John because we know what he
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thinks about the mouse so they lied. Nice.
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I'm surprised they lied and I've never said anything bad about
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the mouse I just said that I don't know that
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there's no evidence people were still evidence. There's no
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people no evidence people want to use this mouse either, but I
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to receive the GG here's what I like about it. I love the scroll
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wheel on the side a completely with you on that it's a very
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different type of grip on the mouse. So I I tried it initially
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in my in my show setup. And I was still in learning mode. I do
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like the resolution it moves fast you can it's all height
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it's very high tech stuff, it works great, but I would be too
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much learning for me to use it during the show I do however I
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do however have it hooked up to my big screen where I have some
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charts and stuff and it's really great for that. The particularly
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with that with that scroll wheel on the side I've gotten quite
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accustomed to the two buttons in the front I like it. I like
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above all I I really liked the attention to detail of of a
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which is a they do they make the USB cables themselves too. And
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the sleeve is you know it's a it's not like a plastic sleeve
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the cable. It's some kind of fabric and it's this very nice,
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just to me a functional art piece. That's what I thought
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about it. I really liked it. Well I won't use it on the show,
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but I do use it in daily life occasionally. And then people
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should check it out. I liked it. I liked it. It's different. I
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always like something that's different functional art.
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I liked the name I think it fits you called the GG I called the
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dink because it looks just like he was there. What do you got?
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You got a mouse? No, it's a dink.
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Alright drinkers. Vanessa Atanasio is important to Oregon.
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She comes in with 216 dot 23 and says please de douche me.
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You've been de deuced
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I would love to be put on the birthday list for Thursday to 16
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that is today. Jingle fear is freedom travel karma would be
2:15:36
greatly appreciated as well. Love is lit. So I'm I'm I'm
2:15:41
presuming that this is because her age is 23 Probably you
2:15:45
think? Is that? The reason? I think so. That'd be something
2:15:51
like that. We got it for you. subjugation and liberation Those
2:16:00
are the facts of this world
2:16:09
you've got karma.
2:16:12
What did we determine? This voice sounded just like her.
2:16:22
I don't remember.
2:16:24
I don't remember either. But I remember us doing it. You did
2:16:26
side by side. It was the same voice. So we go to Rachel Lopez
2:16:34
in San Burdett, Bernardino, California. Hello, John and
2:16:40
Adam. Doing donating as a Happy Valentine's Day gift to my
2:16:45
darling husband, Daniel urgh Dart. We just had our first
2:16:51
human resource three weeks ago and he's already an amazing dad.
2:16:54
Really? The kid is already
2:17:00
Yeah, kids are great that way
2:17:01
to what she says.
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And they're great.
2:17:04
I love you X Oxo X Rachel. Please de douche doe she also
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has a down like this. Please be douche Reverend Jackson, which I
2:17:15
don't think that's what she was. She wants to de douching
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Oh, let me do doo doo
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you've been deed in place if she wants to Reverend Jackson. I
2:17:25
don't know what that is. And Manning
2:17:28
he means read remaining.
2:17:30
Probably JBS whole load and you know,
2:17:33
there's no you know, you know, just we have to just do it.
2:17:38
Do it, do it.
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I'll do the more you know, how about that. That's all hell is
2:17:44
gonna break loose and you're gonna need a Bitcoin.
2:17:47
I'm gonna give you the whole load today.
2:17:49
As the more you know, in the morning.
2:17:52
I think that's what she wants.
2:17:53
That's what she gets. It's useful. Thank you, Rachel. And
2:17:57
the last Associate Executive Producer goes to Rick Norman
2:18:00
from brick New Jersey. 200. In the morning, gentlemen, I grew
2:18:04
up listening to you on MTV. Hope you were watching. And remember
2:18:07
the day sir Daniels track Oh, listen to this. And I remember
2:18:11
the day my business partner, sir Daniel Strack and good friend at
2:18:14
Garden State distillery told me about your show. He is the
2:18:17
Executive Director of Project Veritas. I have held meetings
2:18:21
here at the distillery and have just shipped some bottles of our
2:18:24
whiskey to Baron west of the balderdash boys. I donated 233
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dot 33 Today well, why does it say 200 and join the monthly
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subscription of 33 Oh, okay, so we did 200 and monthly
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subscription of 3333 Got it. I was wondering if I could be
2:18:42
deduced today of course.
2:18:45
You've been de Deus, maybe some karma
2:18:47
from my good friend Dan Strack as we know him as a Baron
2:18:51
austrack As I think he could use it. Have a great day. Thank you
2:18:54
for your courage. Rick Norman, of course, we're actually going
2:18:56
to give him a little bit of art to due to karma for good
2:18:59
measure. You've got karma, and we have Knights and Dames and
2:19:05
birthdays. I'm going to get him set up. Well, John takes us
2:19:07
through to the 50s
2:19:09
and I will mention you know, wouldn't hurt to send a bottle
2:19:12
of whiskey just saying to the two of us
2:19:18
wouldn't hurt wouldn't hurt wouldn't hurt at all.
2:19:21
Especially some of the good age stuff. Lucas Williams is on the
2:19:25
list and we're gonna just go go through these are other
2:19:27
donations that are above the $50 mark. We just read these without
2:19:32
to notes. Lucas Williams in Roswell, New Mexico of all
2:19:35
places. $100 Steve Peterson in Kingaroy. Australia, and that's
2:19:41
$100 but he needs a de douching you've been de deuced and he
2:19:47
needs douchebag call out for Robbie. Right. Andy Baker and
2:19:54
sadly own Texas. Got a birthday at 215 By the way, Steve Pierce
2:19:59
was $100 is at 215 for Andy Sir Kevin McLaughlin is right there
2:20:05
again. And I believe this is on 133 No,
2:20:09
I thought it was like a hydrogen 139 140 wasn't a
2:20:13
I don't have the list in front of me. I'll I'll, I'll swing
2:20:17
around and get back to it, but He's on a roll. He's the
2:20:21
Archduke Aluna love of America and obviously lover of boosts.
2:20:26
Joshua Buford in Midlothian, Virginia also 8080 and there's
2:20:33
Robert Umbarger, in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, also 808. He says,
2:20:41
can everyone send some boobs we need to donation segments. There
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you go. That's an interesting rationale right. Devon,
2:20:50
O'Connell Boylston Boylston, Massachusetts was 606 and other
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small boobs donation small boobs boobs are in Yeah, boobs are
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happy Franklin monta Rosen Dodge City, Kansas. $57 Christopher
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dektor 5678 Mark emson In Plainville, Connecticut 5663
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Paul Webb in Twickenham, UK for the 555 Jennifer Hansen and
2:21:15
Braintree, Massachusetts. This is just a switcheroo for her
2:21:18
dad, Don Hansen, in honor of his birthday,
2:21:22
and she wants to do douching so we should give
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Ben de deuced 5150 5110 I'm sorry. Michael Shambo in Topeka,
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Kansas. 5110 Richard full Futter in London, UK 5110 Troy
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funderburk in Spokane, Washington 55 In Kojak in
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Williamsburg, Pennsylvania. 5033 Alexander Beatty in Tomball,
2:21:54
Texas 5001. And the last group here is all $50 donors. And I
2:21:59
would just read their names and locations. Starting with Sir
2:22:03
Brandon. Let's go Brandon Savoie in Port orchard, Washington,
2:22:09
James Edmondson in South Plainfield, New Jersey,
2:22:12
Christian Freeman in San Marcos, Texas. Kevin deal, Sir Kevin in
2:22:16
Huntersville, North Carolina, Josh Adair post office Buxa.
2:22:21
Military somewhere. Steven crummy El Cajon, California,
2:22:29
Baron of Belmont in Belmont, North Carolina and the Catawba
2:22:32
River Basin by the way, Kelly MacDill in Mission Hills,
2:22:36
Kansas, Chris Lewinsky Sir Chris and Sherwood Park, Alberta,
2:22:40
Canada. Easy landscapes in North Stonington Connecticut easy
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landscapes. Phillip Balu in Louisville, Kentucky, Dame
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Patricia Worthington in Miami, Florida real deals now in San
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Antonio.
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San Antonio, calm now because the real deals are now
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