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April 27th, 2023 • 3h 14m

1550: Clips of the Day

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Adam Curry: Adam curry Jhansi Devorah Thursday April 27 2023.
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This is your award winning combination media assassination
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episode 15.
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Unknown: This is no agenda, bringing you the best
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Adam Curry: clips of the day and broadcasting live almost from
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the heart of the Texas hill country here in Siena region
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number six in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry,
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John C Dvorak: and from Northern Silicon Valley. I'm John C.
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Dvorak. Buzzkill.
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Adam Curry: Here we are everybody. It is Thursday. It is
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kind of almost live. Not quite. I used Yes. I'm recovering.
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John C Dvorak: Yes, you are.
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Adam Curry: Yes, some, some swelling may occur. I've been
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promised. This whole thing was not anything like the brochure.
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And just want you to know, the brochure. Brochure brochure had
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me going in whistling Oh, okay. I'm gonna have this procedure.
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Everything's good. And you know, like three days later, I have
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beautiful teeth.
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John C Dvorak: Yeah, yeah. That's what it looks like in the
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brochure. Yeah. So.
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Adam Curry: Yes, exactly. So I would say about probably around
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Christmas, everything, everything will be fine.
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Everything will be just fine. So today, we have a special
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episode, which we have to do from time to time, especially as
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we get older, and things start to fall apart. I don't think
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you've ever skipped a show for anything. health related, have
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you? No, that's
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John C Dvorak: not yet. Knock on wood. But here's the wood.
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Adam Curry: I don't think you've ever had that.
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John C Dvorak: I mean, no, no, I
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Adam Curry: haven't. Neither of us have ever been sick for
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anything. We've not really called up for being sick. I
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still my throat is still completely shot from I don't
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know what that was. So we always just keep going and stuff
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anyway, doesn't matter. We have a great show lined up for you
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today. Gustavo Araya, who's one of our producers who believe it
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or not, I bumped into him in Nashville. He says, Hey, man, I
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know you're going in for your thing. Do you remember I sent
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you? Oh, man, you're the guy. So yeah, he made a best of clips of
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the day never meet these guys. I know ever. I mean, I don't think
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I've never had Paul couture. I've never met I've never met
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anybody really. We never get out of the house. So he's apparently
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I don't know. I don't know if he's from Nashville or not if he
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drove people driving from Indiana, or coming from
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Mississippi all over the place. So he said, You know, I he went
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back, I think he went back five years. I said, How did you do
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that? He said, Well, I just at a certain point, four or five
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years ago just started. Joey started five years ago. Yeah, he
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started. So it's like a labor of love. Yes. annotating clips.
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Yes. Wait isn't like I mean, how did you ever find all these
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clips for the day? Did you look for the jingles you look for
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waveforms now? As I was listening to just start writing
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down time codes and kept so for years, he's kept these time
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codes. Of course. When did we actually start Clip of the Day?
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Do you remember that?
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John C Dvorak: At least a decade ago? No that far? Yes. It's a
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long at least a decade ago.
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Adam Curry: Let me see Clip of the Day. Let me take a look at
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our original date. Oh, you're right. 2011 is the first exam
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the first copy of the force original I have of the Clip of
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the Day jingle. Wow. 2011
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John C Dvorak: I think I was just throwing out too casual.
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That's a clip of the day or something that somebody came up
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with the jingle. And once you was codified, which I guess was
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in 2011 as somebody with a jingle then we had dealt with
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then we started giving each other Clip of the Day awards.
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Adam Curry: I don't even remember who did Clip of the
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Day. How about how bad is that? Who did that jingle? I have no
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idea. I wonder if there's any
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John C Dvorak: beyond on the file. It doesn't say
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Adam Curry: on the file. I'm looking at it right now. Let me
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see info. No properties. There we go. Nope. Nope,
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John C Dvorak: doesn't say well just played for old times sake.
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Now
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Adam Curry: of course I played for all time say como second.
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This is the Clip of the Day jingle clip
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John C Dvorak: and then something that's a pro that
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Adam Curry: did that. And there's something that came
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later was the borderline. Yeah, do you even know what that
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borderline is from? No, that's Madonna. She Madonna had a song
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called borderline.
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John C Dvorak: Dropped it until it's funny. We just dropped it
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right. We sampled it. Yes. Exactly what somebody did
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Adam Curry: for over a decade we've been using Madonna who
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knew anyway, he's done a yeoman's job. He has put
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together this. I mean, very extensive. I reordered a couple
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of things that just you know, put it put things in different
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order to make it a little snappier at the beginning.
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Because he ain't me. And we actually have quite the
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conversation sometimes about Clip of the Day.
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John C Dvorak: Oh, all right, well, I let it rip. Here we
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Adam Curry: go the best of the clips of the day have no agenda.
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And Bernie Sanders, he's completely nuts. My question is
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to you, if I'm if, if I'm your son, what advice would you give
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me? Just so remember, this is about what you know, advice. So
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just what Bernie Sanders thinks of law enforcement in America,
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the next time I'll be pulled over by a police officer.
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Unknown: Next time be fully pulled over by a police officer,
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I would do my best to identify who that police officer is in a
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polite way, ask him or her for their name. I would respect what
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they are doing. So that you don't get shot in the back of
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the head. Also, be very mindful of the fact that as a nation, we
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have got to hold police officers accountable for the actions that
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they commit. And that is so to answer your question, I would be
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very cautious, if you will, my son, in terms of dealing with a
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police officer, but I also defend my rights and know my
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rights. And make sure if possible that police officers
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camera is on what goes on.
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Adam Curry: A tepid round of applause for Bernie on that one.
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So basically, hey, you know, whatever you do careful because
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these guys that shoot you in the back of the head. This is not
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okay. This is crazy talk. And by the way, who's protecting you
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Bernie when you're roaming around, do you have any kind of
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security detail? Are they related to police? And do they
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have guns? have guns? Be careful, he gets shot in the
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back of the head?
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John C Dvorak: Unbelievable. And that's a good that's a
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borderline Clip of the Day. That one? That's a beauty.
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Adam Curry: Yeah, well, I I'm sad, I have to take it because
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it's so disgusting.
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John C Dvorak: So douchey shoot in the back of their head, super
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douchey.
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Adam Curry: Hit it. I have a clip here, which we'll just dump
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out of home we're done with this was a call in show on w h EUR
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96.3. This is Howard University radio, college radio, but not a
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small station, Dr. Greg Carr. He's the chair of the Afro
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American Studies for Howard University. And well Listen to
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this exchange. Let me see if I can get it. Thanks for calling
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what's
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Unknown: on your mind? Thank you for having me. Good evening to
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you all. So Dr. Carr, good evening. I was calling today
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actually, because I am actually a one of the people that is a
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part of the ADOS movement, the American descendants of slavery
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movement. And I actually engaged with you actually on Twitter,
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Mr. Carr, I actually wanted to make a couple of things clear,
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actually, the conversation for us, at least on Twitter or with
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I think a large portion of black America, I'm not saying all has
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nothing to do with Kamala Harris being black. It really doesn't.
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most black people don't even care about that. What we're
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talking about is lineage and ethnicity. That's what we're
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talking about. And if your family comes routed out of
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Jamaica, all of your content, your grandparents can't be
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African American. It's very simple. Now, when I say African
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American, I mean a descendant of us chattel slavery, I don't mean
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a second generation person whose parents were native born
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African. Okay. So that's kind of the issue. The other issue that
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we're dealing with is is that black America has learned from
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the Obama administration, I would have to agree with you,
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Mr. Carr here that Obama is not the greatest president at all.
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And if you look at his policies, he actually took away more from
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HBCU funding than George Bush did, which most black people
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don't know. But we've been largely in a political group.
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What ADOS doing is bringing awareness and trying to instill
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a political education or awareness in the African
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American community that largely lacks this has this policy do
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not support black people. That's the problem. Not only does her
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record not to poor black people, but black people have been
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telling every candidate we want a Black Agenda. Either the two
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black candidates have one. So that would be something that
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black people should be looking at. They supposedly these are
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black candidates, supposedly African American, Mr. Booker is
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for sure. But these people don't actually have anything for black
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people. What they have is to share for everyone else. But h
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one v one was which my parents actually support for Indians,
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which is an Indian first because that's the laser. Okay. And
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secondly, also the immigration policy. So that was
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Adam Curry: pretty funny. HMB one, of course, she wants to do
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that as for our own people, for the Indians that she's having
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the
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Unknown: author behind, do not service the black community. The
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actual data. Oh, hold on.
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Hold on for a second there. Go ahead Dr. Carr. Say that rather
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Derek and I hope you hang on for a few minutes that this is this
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is the kind of weaponized ignorance that Aidan this
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hashtag is promoting. There is no
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Adam Curry: there you have it weaponized ignorance and he's
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going against this he said so he this college just laid out
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everything
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John C Dvorak: that is Clip of the Day for me but well, let's
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Adam Curry: bring it on clip he actually says it two more times.
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Want to hear a little
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John C Dvorak: more so this guy Dr. Carr who is an apologist I
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guess her someone or something and the Democrats he's just a
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Democrat. And so he's just gonna He's not putting up with any
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this was a lot of black Democrats. A black sheep lot
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more white than black. A lot of Democrats period, do not want to
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see anyone who's black get out of line. Don't get not aligned
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Adam Curry: exactly up it up pretty well listen to it. Listen
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to another 30 seconds. You know,
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Unknown: you don't speak for anyone other than yourself. I
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hope you don't embrace the extreme xenophobia of Antonio
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more, or Yvette Cornell Lisa Antonio
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Adam Curry: Moore is the guy we played. Who does YouTube from
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his car. Yeah, it's extreme xenophobia. i Sorry, I'm not
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hearing it. Dr. Carr, the
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Unknown: broadcast on YouTube in some of these other venues? I'm
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not sure if you understand. I mean, you know, just so we very
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clearly say we have the data. So you're talking about Sandy
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Daredi, my colleague, Sandy Daredi, had it do none of this.
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And I'm sure you've also read the platform's of all the
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candidates with Democratic nomination nursing the debates,
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for example, their positions on appointments to the federal
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bench, the Trump administration has appointed about a fifth of
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the federal bench in the last two years. These are the judges
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that will decide our fate, the fate of the people who claim to
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be speaking for the majority of black people. And not only is it
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incredibly short sighted and deeply under informed, it's
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really weaponized ignorance to talk about anything from
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reparations to immigration visas, as you know, these are
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the single issues facing the black community. And dear God,
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with all due respect, brother, I think anyone listening to what
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you've laid out of the last 60 to 90 seconds, can come away
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very clear about one thing. This is not an informed political
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opinions. And as far as this who is black and who is not black, I
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would encourage you to study not only long history of reparations
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movement, but the history of African solidarity movements,
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Adam Curry: and on and on, I'll put it in the show notes. The
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whole thing is kind of interesting to listen to. There
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it is. Shut up. Shut up. You're ignorant.
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John C Dvorak: And you get in line and you're with
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Adam Curry: the two old white guys over here, they see what's
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going on. We hear it.
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John C Dvorak: So that guy that a das guy called in is D knows
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what's going on to you. He's not gonna put up in his bull crap.
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Adam Curry: Thank goodness. Let's talk briefly about the
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Fourth of July, which was America's celebration,
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John C Dvorak: which was a real dud. Let's
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Adam Curry: let's start with the the compilation just before the
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celebration from the M five M who were pontificating about
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what they expected it to be No, sorry.
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John C Dvorak: Did you know that it took $2 million away from
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some from the National Parks? Yes. basters
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Unknown: Donald Trump has hijacked the nation's previously
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nonpartisan Fourth of July celebration. Is this
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just you them defying or is there anything dangerous about
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it's just obscene and the speech
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is going to be dreadful, they're going to have their Confederate
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flags flying and their license plates and all kinds of
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troublemaking
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criticism of his critics, you will hear a celebration of self
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there'll be
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a lot of other people are gonna meet like a storm, and you're
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gonna have a real conflict. There's all kinds of
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catastrophes. They're not sure if the bridges over the Potomac
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can handle the tanks.
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He's pretty a traditionally nonpartisan event into a Trump
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focus campaign style rally sure
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looks like a partisan reelection rally on public space.
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Donald Trump's campaign rally in Washington paid for by the
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American taxpayer
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a campaign event
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some kind of a campaign speech, a political rally partisan event
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combination Trump rally and Kim Jong on style military parade.
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The President's vision bares a closer resemblance to the chest
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thumping displays put on by authoritarian regimes.
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This is the kind of military display that we were used to
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seeing from the Soviet Union.
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I'm thinking Red Square,
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North Korea, Egypt to hope for violence would be of course
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treasonous. Not to expect it would be naive.
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Adam Curry: Oh, they were also disappointed.
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John C Dvorak: These people are bad troll by the way. I'm gonna
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give you a borderline Buganda. where you got that you still you
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didn't put it together dynamite compilation.
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Adam Curry: Now, from a production television production
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standpoint, what a piece of shit show?
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John C Dvorak: Well, so this is 9092, which is 27 years ago. And
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then they also has some mentioned that they tried to
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make it sound like it was yesterday and Trump's is Powell
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even though Trump has said he hasn't talked to him for 15
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years, they can't find any evidence that he's even talked
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about him even just in any way since 2002, which is 17 years
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ago. So they're just trying now. Oh, god, there's got to be some
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way you can end that you heard on Congress that the woman on
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the floor of Congress, this woman, Bonnie Watson go on and
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on about Trump being a pedophile, which was, you know,
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the chair goes out. Don't do that again.
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Adam Curry: It's not a problem. Yeah.
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John C Dvorak: So let's go with Epstein at party NBC.
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Unknown: DS Mar a Lago was Trump's South Florida party
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Palace, one frequented by Jeffrey Epstein, who was facing
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charges for sex trafficking. He has pleaded not guilty. The
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president says his relationship with Epstein was no different
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than anyone else in their elite circle. Well, I
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knew him like everybody in Palm Beach knew him. He was a fixture
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in Palm Beach. I don't think I've spoken to him for 15 years.
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I wasn't a fan.
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Yet a tape in the NBC archives of a Mar Lago party shows Trump
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giving Epstein his personal attention. The footage shot in
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November of 1992 before Trump opened the resort as a club
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shows the future presidents surrounded by cheerleaders for
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the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins capturing Trump's fun
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loving bachelor lifestyle. For an appearance on faith Daniels
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NBC talk show we're gonna get great ratings in your show.
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Trump is surrounded by women as music players in the background.
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After a while, Trump goes to greet three new guests, among
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them, the financier Jeffrey Epstein, more than a decade
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before his guilty plea on state prostitution charges. Later in
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the footage, Trump has seen talking to Epstein and another
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man, as women are dancing in front of them. Trump alternates
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between dancing and pointing out women to Epstein and the other
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man and telling Epstein about the cameras. Though exactly what
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they say is difficult to understand as they discuss the
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women and their appearances.
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Adam Curry: I'm sorry, just quick stop. I saw the video.
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It's not clear. He's pointing out women in their appearances.
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It's
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John C Dvorak: not clear he's talking to anybody about their
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appearance. Right? You're right. This is bull crap. Oops, sorry.
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And let's talk mentioned something else. This was this
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was a staged a staged event
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Adam Curry: for a television show. Yeah, well you talk to
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someone to make it look like you're busy.
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John C Dvorak: They brought in these people there doesn't mean
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he knows any of them. This was a staged by NBC for one of their
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talk shows. So NBC could have invited the cheerleaders in and
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and another thing they could do and they probably did because
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they're filming it directing it. Okay, talk to this guy. Talk
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make it look like you're talking to him. Shake his shake his
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hand. Okay, no, no, no, go over there. Go over there. Now go
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over that now dance. Can we get John John the girl let's
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Adam Curry: just take another analogy from NBC, which they do
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to this day. When that news program is over. What do you do?
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You take your papers and you go, Okay, I'm shuffling their empty
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shuffling my papers and I'm pretending to talk to my co
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host. Well, that was a book. I was not really right. It is
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totally done for the camera
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John C Dvorak: gauged bullcrapping Yes, NBC did it.
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And then now they're exposing it
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Unknown: is difficult to understand as they discussed the
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women and their appearances. Trump gestures to one and
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appears to say to Epstein, look at her back there. She's hot.
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And then Trump says something else into Epstein's ear. That
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makes him double over with laughter. But as the President
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says now, he never liked Epstein.
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I was not a fan of his that I can tell you. I was not a fan of
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his
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Adam Curry: Wow, you get a borderline for that one. Wasn't
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full borderline because I'd seen most of this reporting but I
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hadn't seen this particular report. He appears to say
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something and he's here. Like God, I got a six year old.
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John C Dvorak: I got a six year old Jeff is over. Look at these
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NBC doofus is with the camera. They're recording everything we
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do. They're so stupid as
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Adam Curry: probably what's it's called B roll people
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John C Dvorak: that have been hearing these these these kinds
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of stories like this where you talk about one thing and somehow
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get it into another topic we make the transition to one or
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the other example that is this one. UK climate change
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transitions to Jew hatred Nice. So why
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Unknown: did the all party environment mental committee
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accused the government of coasting on climate change?
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Adam Curry: Can I Can I just wager something here? Does it go
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from denial from climate denial to Holocaust denial? Oh, it's a
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different kind of trends. Oh, okay. Well, Pay Attention
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everybody. So
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Unknown: why did the old party environment mental committee
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accused the government of coasting on climate change.
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The government has a fine record on climate change, including our
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recent net on net zero emissions.
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But then the Prime Minister changed tack this morning. More
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than 60 Labour members of the Lord's put their names to an
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advert in The Guardian newspaper. They accused Jeremy
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Corbyn of failing to tackle anti semitism, and said he'd allowed
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a toxic culture to grow in the Labour Party. Before the
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Right Honourable gentleman stands up and parades himself as
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the champion of climate change or the champion of the people,
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or the defender of equality and fairness. He needs to apologize
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for his failure to deal with racism in the Labour Party.
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Theresa May produced a copy of the advert and began to read
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from it.
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The Labour Party welcomes everyone it seems
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Adam Curry: this is great. That was quick. It she just went from
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you know what? You hate Jews too. That was literally what she
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did. This is great. Let's there's
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Unknown: been other people or the defender of equality and
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fairness he needs to apologize for his failure to deal with
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racism in the Labour Party.
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Theresa May produced a copy of the advert and began to read
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from it.
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The Labour Party welcomes everyone except it seems this is
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your legacy. Mr. Corbyn still haven't opened your eyes, you
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still haven't told the whole truth. You still haven't
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accepted your responsibility. You have failed the test of
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leadership. Apologize now.
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The Labour Party had been the first to introduce anti racist
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legislation.
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This party totally opposes racism in any form whatsoever.
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anti semitism has no place in our society, no place in any of
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our parties, or no pace place in any dialogue.
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Adam Curry: shapeshifting unbelievable. Truly well. I
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mean, that's, that's I mean, I've seen the newspapers talk
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about a little bit in the UK and people. But I mean, just for
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Theresa May to jump out like that. That was that was
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John C Dvorak: out of the blue, because they're talking about
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climate change that that was just lame. But it was funny. And
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you see, I saw it you see comedy bits about there's one thing I
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remember from years ago and an old show called Fridays. We're
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actually Larry David was playing a character and he comes in and
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there he comes in as a substitute lawyer. And then he
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says something. So he comes in as a substitute lawyer and has
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some case about about whatever the case was. He goes up and the
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first thing he does is he accuses the witness of being a
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lesbian. Absolutely not for
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Adam Curry: no reason. For no reason. Fantastic. That was
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good. That's in fact. I think that is worthy of a clip of the
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day I'm gonna get that one too. That was truly bizarrely nutty
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and what a way to shame someone just in a horrific way. You do
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hater apologize now Jew hater. What's the guy gonna do? I'm
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sorry.
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John C Dvorak: It's not that different than what calling
24:30
everyone a racist. If a Jew
24:33
Adam Curry: hater is next level shit man. Maybe we should do a
24:36
talking point segment from time to time so you can just point
24:39
them out what these talking points are. That's all we do.
24:43
Yeah, but but identify it is such a people can arm themselves
24:46
against them.
24:48
John C Dvorak: Man, I don't know if you can arm yourself against
24:50
good ones, especially if they turn into memes. No, we're
24:53
pretty good. It's I guess like Adam and Adam. Adam is not like
24:56
Adam. It's like a I'm Scott Adams. And his one, you know,
25:06
conceit is he triggers his a victory that debunked the
25:11
Charlottesville bad people on both sides. And it's just does
25:17
not it doesn't stay
25:19
Adam Curry: nowhere. No, it can't. It can't because it's
25:22
it's in the history books forever.
25:25
John C Dvorak: Yeah. And there's, there's a number of
25:28
these that we fight on this show constantly, while we fight the
25:32
red line, the stories about the gassing of the Syrians.
25:36
canisters that couldn't possibly come from the Syrian army are
25:39
still credited to them, oh, they gas their own people. We've
25:42
that's useless. You might as well what's deployed to find
25:45
that is not going to ever change anything, but you see, kept
25:48
getting repeated, repeated and repeated. And let's go into
25:52
something else. That's going to be history very shortly, because
25:55
everyone's going to believe this. This is from season two of
25:59
the good fight, which is on CBS access. It's a spin off of The
26:05
Good Wife. And they and because it's on CBS access, which is
26:10
kind of like a cable channel for CBS. Do they play dramas and
26:13
things that they wouldn't get on the network because they're not
26:15
good enough or they are they're off? They're off the rails.
26:19
Let's start with CBS. It was a good fight one, you we think
26:23
you're being deported for political reasons. Mr. Trump, he
26:27
doesn't want me here. He sends me back to Russia. They will
26:30
come who will kill you, Putin,
26:34
Unknown: because of this tape, the DVD.
26:38
So your accusation is that you were videotaped? Urinating from
26:42
Mr. Trump in Moscow hotel? Suite?
26:46
You urinated on the bed? where Obama slept? Yes. No, who slept?
26:56
Then Trump up?
26:57
Adam Curry: Oh, my God, Julius. I'm not political. I have no
27:00
issues with American politics. I only wish to stay in America. I
27:03
want to stay in school. What are you studying? Hotel Management?
27:07
Wait a minute. This is a recent television show episode.
27:13
John C Dvorak: Season two is from last year.
27:15
Adam Curry: Oh my goodness. How come you didn't catch it last
27:18
year?
27:19
John C Dvorak: Well, I don't watch shit like this. Well,
27:22
Adam Curry: you know what you get for shit. Like this is a big
27:24
old CRT D clip. And I'm afraid you have more.
27:30
John C Dvorak: I am fortunately do have more. Now the way the
27:32
story goes. I'm going to tell you the story as it goes. This
27:34
woman comes in she wants to get she's going to be deported for
27:38
getting a traffic ticket or beaten somebody.
27:41
Adam Curry: But she peed on the bed for Trump. And she realized
27:45
John C Dvorak: that she's being deported because of that. She
27:47
peed on the bed and Trump By the way, peed on the bed too. If you
27:50
listen to that.
27:51
Adam Curry: I'm sorry. No, no. I demand a replay. It was so good.
27:55
You think you're being deported for political reasons. Mr.
27:59
Trump, he doesn't want me here. He sends me back to Russia. They
28:02
will come who will kill you, Putin because of this tape, the
28:09
baby tape.
28:10
Unknown: So your accusation is that you were videotaped?
28:13
Urinating for Mr. Trump in Moscow
28:15
hotel room suite. Excuse me? hotel suite. You urinated on the
28:22
bed where Obama slept? That I did not know who slept there.
28:28
Then Trump up. Oh my god. I am not political. I have no issues
28:33
with American politics. I only wish to stay in America. I want
28:36
to stay in school. Please study hotel management.
28:41
Adam Curry: That's a funny line by the hotel manager. Wow.
28:46
That's crazy. Okay, then I have a last 12 second or for you What
28:53
is wrong with this CBS News report, which came on the 50th
28:57
anniversary of the moon landing. Oh, here we go.
29:05
Unknown: This weekend marked 50 years since Apollo 11. Z
29:08
moonwalkers took one giant leap for humanity.
29:13
Adam Curry: What's wrong with that clip?
29:15
John C Dvorak: It was a leap for mankind.
29:17
Adam Curry: Do you ever you can't say that that's not
29:18
politically correct anymore. So she changed it. You gotta say
29:22
humanity, baby. Here it is again.
29:24
Unknown: This weekend marked 50 years since Apollo 11. Z
29:28
moonwalkers took one giant leap for humanity.
29:33
John C Dvorak: Oh, that is terrible. I'll give you a border
29:35
length Tip of the day for that just to end the show.
29:37
Adam Curry: Well, I'll I'll hold over on it. You'll owe it to me.
29:45
So here is CNN. Now of course you can you have to be a black
29:48
guy on CNN in order to explain this. And this is I don't know
29:52
who this guy is. It's a midday host, but maybe it's just on the
29:55
weekends. You see we're missing the code words in what in what
29:59
the President It is saying
30:00
Unknown: this morning the President attacked another
30:03
member of Congress on Twitter. This time its House Oversight
30:08
Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings. He wrote this Cummings
30:12
district is a disgusting rat and rodent infested mess. If he
30:16
spent more time in Baltimore, maybe he could help clean up
30:19
this very dangerous and filthy place. No human being would want
30:24
to live there. infested. That's usually reserved for references
30:29
to rodents and insects. But we've seen the President invoke
30:33
infestation to criticize lawmakers before you see a
30:37
pattern here. Just two weeks ago, President Trump attacked
30:41
four minority Congresswoman, why don't they go back to the
30:44
totally broken and crime infested places from which they
30:47
came? Reminder three of them were born here. All of them are
30:51
American infested. He says a week before his inauguration
30:55
January 2007. You
30:58
John C Dvorak: have to at least stop it. Scott Adams made a huge
31:03
stink about this and his little thing. Oh, yeah. He says, you
31:07
know, they always read the Why don't you go back to the crime
31:10
infested, blah, blah, blah, but they never read the rest of the
31:12
tweet ever.
31:14
Adam Curry: Oh, there was more. It was more to the tweet.
31:16
John C Dvorak: They never read the rest of the saw the tweet
31:19
when it came out. And I don't have it in front of me, but I
31:22
can paraphrase that it says go back to the crime infested
31:25
places from where they came, fix it, come back and tell us what
31:30
you did. There's there's the there's the notion to come back
31:37
right we're not telling a good Diliman state
31:39
Adam Curry: aid right and that and that so in this case with
31:42
infested being the code word that he would really be asking
31:46
for infestation to return which he's not doing so
31:50
John C Dvorak: I got the whole thing is this is another made up
31:53
oh, I'm I'm so upset by this guy. thing I'm surprised they
31:58
don't bring me you know putting them in prison after he gets out
32:00
of office nonsense but okay, but that needs to be met because
32:04
they refuse to read the rest of the tweet and even to CBS report
32:09
that we had earlier on impeachment they read part of
32:11
the tweet and then they didn't read they they showed it on the
32:14
on the screen and then they had it highlight only read from the
32:16
gut of it. They didn't read the whole thing. I mean, it's just
32:19
ridiculous but okay, go on. Go on on your merry way.
32:23
Unknown: places from which they came. Reminder three of them
32:27
were born here. All of them are American infested. He says a
32:32
week before his inauguration January 2017 weighed more
32:36
proofs. Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing
32:40
and helping his district which is in horrible shape and falling
32:43
apart not to mention crime infested. Donald Trump has
32:47
tweeted more than 43,000 times he's insulted 1000s of people,
32:52
many different types of people. But when he tweets about
32:55
infestation it's about black and brown people
32:59
Adam Curry: okay.
33:01
John C Dvorak: Oh man. Even just a clip of the day but I'm gonna
33:07
give you a borderlines for these get credit for digging it so
33:14
pathetic. I
33:15
Adam Curry: love that payoff. The YouTube union has decided to
33:24
make a bold move. This is a German guy who is in charge of
33:28
the YouTube Union. He will explain
33:31
Unknown: attention YouTube, here we go. Being a YouTuber is a
33:34
dream job for lots of young people. But two years ago,
33:37
YouTube turned the dream job into a nightmare. Real
33:41
YouTubers.
33:42
John C Dvorak: This is bullcrap. Oh, it's not whole story. I'm no
33:46
comedian.
33:47
Adam Curry: No, no, no, no. Why don't while I'm no, I'm not
33:51
gonna I'm not gonna blow the punch line to this. It's real.
33:54
And there's something really big that real
33:56
John C Dvorak: if you just show me it's real. So I'm not going
33:58
to be suckered. No, you're
33:59
Adam Curry: not gonna be suckered.
34:01
John C Dvorak: Okay, go on. Attention, YouTube.
34:03
Unknown: Here we go. Being a YouTuber is a dream job for lots
34:07
of young people. But two years ago, YouTube current the dream
34:10
job into a nightmare. The real YouTubers that are the reason
34:14
for YouTube's big success are getting censored, deleted,
34:18
erased and hidden. Making a living on YouTube is actually no
34:21
longer possible. Many channels have entirely disappeared or are
34:25
now reduced to a minimum. There is no job security. It seems
34:29
like YouTube doesn't want independent YouTubers anymore,
34:32
because now YouTube prefers like channels run by TV stations, or
34:37
Hollywood celebrities. And for those guys, completely different
34:41
rules apply. They won't be censored. They won't be raised.
34:44
They won't be kicked out. YouTube's actually pushing these
34:48
guys with everything they have. All this happens simply out of
34:53
greed for profit. Oh wow. Simply because advertisers prefer Will
34:59
Smith or For the Independent YouTuber,
35:01
Adam Curry: let me see hmm. Will Smith, Guy eating and crying
35:07
Will Smith guy eating and cry? Hold on,
35:11
Unknown: but YouTube should not be so sure about that strategy.
35:16
Since one year, we have the youtubers union, and we have
35:19
1000s of YouTubers that are now united and picked up the fight.
35:24
The only problem is that so far we haven't been able to achieve
35:27
much. But exactly that is going to change. Now, IG Metall, the
35:31
largest independent trade union on the planet, and the youtubers
35:35
Union are now joining forces with a clear goal to bring back
35:40
the old YouTube. We have founded the joint venture fair tube and
35:45
now time will change for YouTube. Since we have 125 years
35:50
of experience in the fight against injustice, and over 2
35:54
million members, plus superb lawyers are now joining forces
35:59
with 1000s of YouTubers who are really unhappy with the way
36:02
things go together. I think we are completely unbeatable. Peer
36:06
tube is unbeatable.
36:11
Adam Curry: is unbeatable.
36:12
John C Dvorak: Again, they give you a clip of the day
36:19
because that guy's accent it was just
36:22
Adam Curry: well, you know, he sounds like
36:25
John C Dvorak: sounds like somebody from Hogan's Heroes.
36:27
Adam Curry: The sounds like comic strip blogger
36:30
Unknown: a little bit. Yeah.
36:32
Adam Curry: So they've joined with IG Metall, which is the
36:35
used to be the Metal Workers Union in Germany. They do have 2
36:39
million members and this video goes on for for another 15
36:43
minutes and talking to the IG metal Union Lady, they really
36:47
have cooked up their fare tube YouTubers union to IG metal and
36:53
I here's the sad part. It's the people who are members of these
36:58
union and who are serious like this guy. They truly believe
37:01
that they put YouTube on the map that YouTube would be nothing
37:05
without us. And they just don't understand how it works. And
37:10
they don't understand that. Yes, yes. Will Smith is preferable
37:15
not to YouTube, to the advertisers. When YouTube can
37:19
say we've got Will Smith, you know, this is great. Your ads
37:22
gonna run on Will Smith pretty much for free. Because Will
37:25
Smith's just putting their stuff up there. It's great. Yes, you
37:30
just losers, sorry. But okay, believing your union. Well,
37:38
John C Dvorak: like, you know, give at least be nice, be nice.
37:41
Adam Curry: No, I want to be nice. But I want to be
37:44
realistic. People really think that they can make a living off
37:47
of someone else's platform. You can't. It's not supposed to
37:51
work. Well,
37:52
John C Dvorak: that is the issue. Now. I mean, if you had
37:55
your own servers and did your own thing, which is what we do
37:57
on this show, as opposed to using pod bean.
38:02
Adam Curry: Stop. All right, last one from me. We have not
38:07
had any update on the college admission scandal have we we
38:11
don't even know what's going on. It's been wiped off the of the
38:13
face of the map pasted.
38:15
John C Dvorak: I would say it's not at the top of the list of
38:17
news items that they're playing on now.
38:19
Adam Curry: So I have no idea what's going on with that. But
38:22
there is a new scam and new college admission scam, which is
38:26
when you think about it could have been a great exit strategy.
38:30
Unknown: Thank you. A new Firestorm
38:32
is erupting over college admissions families reportedly
38:35
transferring legal guardianship of their children in order to
38:38
get financial aid. It's totally legal, but there are critics who
38:41
say it is unfair. And VCs
38:44
Ron Mott has
38:45
details. It works like this families, some of whom live in
38:49
million dollar homes with incomes well into six figures go
38:53
to court to have a legal guardian with fewer financial
38:56
resources appointed for their college bound students, giving
38:59
them a better shot at qualifying for need based financial aid,
39:02
and it's perfectly legal. According to ProPublica,
39:06
Illinois and the Wall Street Journal citing court records,
39:09
the tactic has been used effectively dozens of times
39:12
they were filed by one of two law firms, and many of them use
39:16
language in the petition, such as the guardian would provide
39:21
educational and financial opportunities that the parents
39:24
could not otherwise provide.
39:26
Advocates of the legal maneuver argue that unlike the college
39:29
admission scandal, which has led to multiple criminal
39:31
convictions, these students were fairly accepted and are looking
39:35
for a way to pay for it. As the annual cost of tuition and fees
39:38
at the nation's colleges have skyrocketed, rising more than
39:42
150% Over the past two decades, a bottom line increase of nearly
39:46
$32,000 a year on average. They're absolutely cheating.
39:50
Still, some critics contend these families and their
39:53
students should endure the appropriate pinch based on their
39:56
resources.
39:57
This technique in particular is new and absolutely deserves
40:00
everybody's sort of shock and scorn
40:02
on another wave of controversy cascading down on college
40:05
campuses. Money once again at the center. Ron Maude, NBC News
40:10
Chicago
40:11
John C Dvorak: giving you a clip of the day for a double twin
40:16
clip if you wonder why there's a wealth gap is because these
40:22
people this this guy's bitching about they're just smarter
40:26
interest is the smartest thing I've ever heard a sushi Here you
40:30
go yeah you got a maid working for you Hey made you're now
40:35
going by to the 17 year old made the sign here made
40:43
Adam Curry: the troll room reports DC girl says that she
40:47
knows someone did this in 1995
40:51
John C Dvorak: It's an old yeah of course they keep it to
40:53
themselves
40:54
Adam Curry: but they're saying dozens and dozens it sounds like
40:56
this is probably something that's just been going on
40:58
forever. Yeah,
40:59
John C Dvorak: it's been under the radar.
41:01
Adam Curry: What a great scam that is.
41:03
John C Dvorak: It's fabulous.
41:07
Adam Curry: In fact, some I think it's something that you
41:10
could actually put your ethics aside for.
41:12
Unknown: No
41:14
John C Dvorak: because your your ethics not really not aside
41:17
because these schools with these ridiculous tuitions out of the
41:20
blue when I went to college at the University of California
41:23
Berkeley for almost free is dare dare the ethical, ethically
41:28
challenged this ridiculous. Ridiculous. It's ridiculous.
41:32
Adam Curry: It's ridiculous. I tell you. Anyway, let's get into
41:35
some some crazy, crazy news. We have to deconstruct because it's
41:39
got information,
41:40
Unknown: man, new shit has come to light.
41:43
Adam Curry: You know, I'm tossing Joe Digenova overboard.
41:46
He's just not he's not delivering. He's not given me
41:50
the 1000s of sealed indictments. You know, it's just it's not
41:54
happened. We have a new guy. And I think he has better
41:57
credentials than than our friends. Joe smokin Joe
42:03
Digenova. I think the the CEO of overstock.com Patrick Byrne is a
42:10
CEO of a publicly listed company, that stock price is
42:14
severely is being suppressed or depressed at the moment that
42:19
it's down. And that's not just because of whatever's going on
42:23
globally. But he's involved in the Russian collusion store
42:28
collusion story. And at first I Sarah, a Carter, Sarah a
42:33
carter.com. Yeah, I subscribe to the feed, and I read her stuff
42:36
and people send me articles. I'm like, Is this really true what
42:40
she's saying? And so I'm hunting around. And lo and behold, two
42:44
days ago, the CEO of overstock.com was on Fox
42:48
Business News. To explain exactly what's going on.
42:51
Unknown: I let me let me give it to you in a nutshell, in a very
42:56
strange way, by a weird fluke of history. I ended up in the
42:59
center of the Russian and the Clinton investigations. I have
43:04
all the answers. I've been sitting on them waiting for
43:08
America to get there last summer I figured out I have all the
43:13
answers to both of those. What they all are. It's all about
43:17
political espionage had nothing to do with law enforcement. I
43:20
thought I was helping them in some law enforcement was all
43:22
political espionage. Here's the bottom line. There is a deep
43:26
state, like a like a submarine lurking just beneath the waves
43:30
at periscope depth, watching our shipping lanes and a nuclear
43:35
icebreaker named the US as Bill Barr has snuck up on them and is
43:40
about to ram them and midships. That's about to happen. And I
43:44
think we're about to see the biggest scandal in American
43:46
history. Wow, as a result, but it was all played out everything
43:49
you think you know about Russia and Clinton investigations is a
43:52
lie. It's all a cover up. It was all political estimating Bill
43:56
Barr is gonna get to the bottom of it. I think I think he has
43:59
gotten to the bottom of it. It was believing that there was
44:02
political espionage conducted against Hillary Clinton. And I
44:06
can tell you two of the names involved were John Brennan and
44:10
James Comey. But there was political espionage conducted
44:12
against Hillary Clinton against Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Donald
44:17
Trump. And everything you think you know about the Russian
44:21
collusion investigation is a lie. Well, you're gonna be
44:23
exposed.
44:25
Adam Curry: Fabulous. Of course. It's all sealed. Sealed
44:28
indictments, I'm sure.
44:30
John C Dvorak: Wow. Oh, good. To start the day off right with a
44:34
clip of the day. Story show couldn't resist the biggest bull
44:41
crap out there.
44:43
Adam Curry: Now, the story goes that he was in a romantic
44:47
relationship with the with the Butina guide. The Russian spy
44:51
the girl who was my girl the hottie? Yeah. Well, she's not as
44:56
hot as the
44:56
John C Dvorak: first as the redhead. No, no, no,
44:58
Adam Curry: but she's the one that To was a roadie pirate.
45:02
She's in jail right now because she didn't register as a foreign
45:05
agent which half of DC has done yeah spoke. Of course she's a
45:08
spook. And so that's
45:11
John C Dvorak: what's this guy? Hold on a second. What's this
45:13
guy's name again?
45:14
Adam Curry: Patrick Byrne by R N E. And overstock I guess we
45:19
could look and take a look. It was down because of the CEO
45:24
being
45:25
John C Dvorak: nuts. I do want to play this clip I've been
45:30
meaning to play for what's his retirement candidates is Bernie
45:32
again. And this is when he was on the Joe Rogan show and this
45:36
is the gaff that I thought was kind of amusing. I think a lot
45:38
of people caught it and Joe didn't nobody seemed it wasn't
45:42
nobody. What did you think overall? Biden's a gaffe machine
45:45
but Bernie's not?
45:46
Adam Curry: What did you think overall? Overall, I found to be
45:48
quite weak. I didn't think the I expected a lot more from that
45:51
interview with with Rogan.
45:54
John C Dvorak: I don't think Rogan likes him. Yeah, but I
45:58
didn't. Bernie has never looked at him in the eyes looking down,
46:01
he's,
46:01
Adam Curry: well, Joe, I'll tell you. I'll tell you jokes, the
46:05
world right
46:05
Unknown: now is spending a trillion and a half dollars on
46:08
weapons of destruction designed to kill each other. And maybe
46:11
just maybe if we had a kind of leader, and I hope to be that
46:13
leader, who says to the world, instead of spending a trillion
46:16
and a half dollars killing each other, maybe we'll use those
46:19
resources to transform the global energy system and save
46:23
the planet for our kids and our grandchildren. That's the goal
46:25
that I have, well,
46:26
these these ideas sound great, but in the competitive
46:28
environment of global politics, how would you convince Russia or
46:32
China or any of these countries to do something that would put
46:35
them in some sort of competitive disadvantage?
46:38
Well, in the answer is, Joe, if we do not do that, in 50 or 100
46:43
years, everybody's gonna look, I'm not, you know, I'm saying,
46:48
I'm not telling you that tomorrow, it's gonna happen. But
46:50
you got to make the case these people, you know, Putin is a
46:53
dictator, I dislike him intensely, you know, chi in
46:56
China, very authoritarian stuff on top, but they're not crazy
46:59
people. And presumably, they have concerned about their kids
47:02
and their grandchildren. This is a planet on the siege, and I
47:05
don't want to become a science fiction. You've all seen the
47:08
movies of the media, racing toward Earth, we're gonna blow
47:10
up the earth. What do we do? Well, we got to get together.
47:13
This isn't a sense what that is about you don't want to think
47:15
about in 1941 after Pearl Harbor, all right. We were faced
47:22
with a war in the east with China, a war in the West, in
47:27
Europe with it. Within two years, the United States had
47:31
transformed its economy to address and win the war
47:34
basically in two or three years by reindustrialize. If we can do
47:38
it, we can lead the world. That's what we have to do.
47:40
Adam Curry: No, wait a minute. Wait, what was the big flub?
47:43
China? China? Did you say China?
47:47
John C Dvorak: Yeah, war with China? is a big war with China
47:53
and World War Two. Yeah, remember that? It's thinking of
47:55
war with China. And that's it. That's on his mind. Yeah, I
47:59
would never vote for this guy.
48:00
Adam Curry: So that's not a flub, that's that is the truth
48:03
wants to come out. Yeah, he wants to have war with China.
48:06
Let's just listen to it in context. Again,
48:08
Unknown: you know, what, like, think about in 1941? After Pearl
48:13
Harbor, all right. We were faced with a war in the east with
48:18
China, a war in the West, in Europe, with Hitler. Within two
48:23
years, the United States had transformed its economy to
48:27
address and win the war, basically, in two or three
48:29
years. I
48:29
Adam Curry: think you're right. I think he wants to go to war
48:32
with I'm gonna give you a borderline for that. That was a
48:33
good catch. What's a good one, that Joe is not really
48:40
listening. I gotta flubbed obviously. So this really works.
48:45
So this wasn't just a flood that was the truth wants to come out.
48:48
Now. I also have a the truth wants to come out clip. And this
48:53
is about Bruce and Nelly Orr. And they are deeply involved in
49:00
this GPS fusion GPS Steele report with the golden showers
49:05
and I'm sure this is from Fox News or Fox Business news
49:09
John C Dvorak: tonight, but before we play that, can I just
49:12
throw in a little thing? I think I don't think I brought up the
49:17
show. But I'm going to bring it up. This this whole golden
49:20
showers peeing all over the place and and making the bed
49:23
stink, whatever they're up to. And all this other stuff that
49:27
Trump you know, is somehow involved with we it's always
49:30
overlooked that Trump is a
49:32
Adam Curry: germaphobe. And you've brought this up many
49:35
times
49:35
John C Dvorak: on the show, right, guys? I don't remember
49:37
his dinner table, or if it was that on the show, okay. Take it.
49:41
Adam Curry: All right. So again, the truth wants to come out
49:45
Unknown: at Nellie or is in constant communication, not only
49:47
with proofs, but with his underlings at the Justice
49:51
Department on a whole host of matters. Sending news reports in
49:55
the original Russian to her friends at the Justice
49:58
Department Of course trying to say Your Donald Trump along the
50:01
way, you know turns out Nellie hor, Nellie or may have been the
50:05
most significant hire
50:09
Adam Curry: the truth always wants to come out.
50:12
John C Dvorak: Wow. Geez. Kim Hamlin makes a scratch I have to
50:17
give you a borderline for that.
50:19
Adam Curry: I appreciate your call Shawn these things Nelly
50:24
whore
50:26
John C Dvorak: deli hor Wow
50:32
Adam Curry: Well, let's take a brief break here and go to KTLA
50:36
is reporter on the spot.
50:38
Unknown: We tried to reach out to the man who died in this
50:41
pursuit. They were unavailable for comment mica back to you.
50:47
Watch Yeah, it's
50:48
Adam Curry: that great. When it was sent you that that? Well,
50:52
it's a single piece of video it's linked to it's a YouTube
50:55
video and it's not edited that I can tell so it makes total
50:58
sense.
50:58
Unknown: We tried to reach out to the man who died in this
51:01
pursuit. They were unavailable for comment mica back to you.
51:07
Adam Curry: KTLA on the seat, everybody. Are
51:08
John C Dvorak: you gonna get a clip of the day for?
51:13
Adam Curry: Uber? I didn't recognize I would get that.
51:16
Thank you. Just to stay on. Sorry.
51:19
John C Dvorak: You knew you'd get that's
51:21
Adam Curry: definitely no, no, no, no, I didn't I did not
51:25
expect it to be clicked with the day. But I'll take it
51:29
John C Dvorak: but But it was funny though. They black girl
51:32
they get bring her in to do interrogation. And she reads the
51:35
riot act to these these two agents, two FBI agents, and they
51:39
use them I thought it was pretty gutsy. What the way wolf had him
51:43
do this. The attack by her on the white woman in particular. I
51:49
just thought it was a funny back and forth even though again,
51:52
you're going to find the acting to be mediocre. Although I'd say
51:54
the black female actress is probably one of the she was very
51:58
convincing in this particular little scene.
52:01
Unknown: I was at the garage, but I wasn't looking to kill
52:04
her. I just wanted to get her on video. Ambusher get her to say
52:08
something stupid. So I could posted on my YouTube channel.
52:12
So you took a job heading out to the rules just to confront
52:15
Caldwell shore
52:16
did what? What were you going to confront her about?
52:18
My brother, Wayne Simmons. She had him locked up for 10 years
52:23
for crime he didn't commit. She was a prosecutor and Wayne's
52:27
trial, made up all kinds of stories and theories just to get
52:31
a conviction. Now that she's running for President, I've got
52:35
to let the world know how evil that woman really is. Evil.
52:39
Senator Caldwell damn right. Sasha hurts to see your brother
52:44
convicted of
52:44
a violent crime. But it's up to the jury to convict the 12
52:48
unbias, people who believe that Wayne was guilty. You weren't
52:51
campaign managers something I'm just reminding you. The Caldwell
52:55
was just the prosecutor. All she did was present the evidence was
52:59
the decision of the jury to convict him. Yeah, based
53:04
on Caldwell's lies. That bitch made her whole career maxing out
53:10
innocent black men. But now that she's running for president,
53:14
she's suddenly all woke and compassionate. Trying to act
53:17
like she Martin Luther King Jr. And all you suck as white people
53:21
lap it up and worship the ground. She walks off.
53:26
Adam Curry: Wow, I am going to give you a clip of the day for
53:29
that. That was fantastic. Oh man, assassination by FBI BY
53:37
FAKE FBI. That's really people. Yeah. And, and somehow we're to
53:44
blame again. White people done it. Yeah. Holy moly. That was
53:53
interesting. Okay, yeah, camel has been effectively shut down.
54:00
Well, then let me let me just stay with my favorite topic,
54:03
which is sports. Yes, yes, I
54:08
John C Dvorak: have. I'm interested.
54:10
Adam Curry: Well, I was watching my buddy over there in fs one.
54:13
Jason Whitlock as usual, guys. Great. Jason Whitlock is great.
54:17
And he decided to, to splain to everybody something we kind of
54:21
already knew. This is regarding the the NBA and China but for
54:27
those who have not followed him outside of the United United
54:30
States. One tweet from one guy who said, Hey, I stand behind
54:37
Hong Kong sent to the Chinese into a tizzy who knew that
54:41
there's like 300 million basketball fans in China. And
54:47
very popular and Jason Whitlock explains it just a little bit
54:52
further.
54:52
Unknown: Nike is in control of basketball, the NBA college
54:57
basketball High School, Nike is the real person driving this
55:03
conversation and this thing with China? If you go back to now I'm
55:08
connected to politics in 2015. In May of 2015, President Barack
55:14
Obama went to Nikes headquarters in Portland, Oregon, yes, and
55:19
announced his defense of the TPP. Trans Pacific Partnership.
55:25
That's a trade deal that was gonna be very favorable for Nike
55:29
for China, who's the president that came after Obama and walked
55:36
America away from the TPP Donald Trump, who is the shoe company
55:44
that employs LeBron James Colin Kaepernick and these other
55:48
athletes that smear Donald Trump is racist. Who are the people
55:54
constantly criticizing Donald Trump? NBA, Steve Kerr, Gregg
56:00
Popovich, the NBA answers to Nike Nikes a $40 billion
56:06
business. The NBA is an $8 billion business, President
56:11
Obama, the basketball President friendly relationship with the
56:15
NBA went to Nikes headquarters to announce his defense of the
56:21
TPP this thing is very simple. This is about money. This is
56:26
about a president that won't cooperate with what Nike wants
56:30
done. Nike is using the NBA and its leverage over the NBA to go
56:35
after this guy because they disagree with him about his
56:39
policies as it relates to trade in China.
56:43
Adam Curry: Yeah, China owns the NBA macro,
56:47
John C Dvorak: you gotta get Clip of the Day for that
56:49
discovery. Clip. I want you to credit whoever it was that sent
56:55
it to you.
56:56
Adam Curry: I mean, when you really just you know, when you
56:59
use your skill at sports, you can you know, you can figure
57:02
stuff out. Just for everyone who really wants the US to stay at
57:06
war. You know, this is something you could use around the water
57:09
cooler if someone says you know, just to see if you could fry
57:12
someone's brain. But man, we got to we got to stay with protect
57:15
the Kurds, man, we're gonna protect the Kurds. Two
57:18
Unknown: major studies published in June remained buried by most
57:22
major media outlets. The first Pentagon fuel use, climate
57:26
change and the costs of war by Brown University's Costs of War
57:30
Project confirmed previous findings that the US military is
57:34
the single largest producer of greenhouse gases in the world,
57:39
and that the Pentagon is responsible for between 77 and
57:42
80% of all US government energy consumption since 2001. The
57:48
second study hidden carbon costs of the everywhere war,
57:53
logistics, geopolitical ecology and the carbon footprint of the
57:57
US military, published in transactions of the Institute of
58:01
British geographers found that if the US military were a
58:04
country, its fuel usage alone would make it the 47th largest
58:08
emitter of greenhouse gases in the world between Peru and
58:12
Portugal. But these groundbreaking studies received
58:15
no coverage and virtually all of the US his biggest papers and TV
58:20
news channels. Well,
58:23
Adam Curry: I liked that carbon footprint. Was that what she
58:27
said? Someone in the troll room said it I don't know.
58:30
John C Dvorak: Somebody said carbon footprint. That's great.
58:32
Oh, by the way, I want to give you a borderline clip for that.
58:34
That was a nice clip.
58:35
Adam Curry: Thank you. It's from the show counter spin and
58:41
producer sent it to me. I don't remember who sent it to me.
58:44
Okay, right. Let's get your pen John. Yeah, write it that you
58:48
guarantee it's a chunk guarantee.
58:51
Unknown: If Donald Trump were to be reelected, I guarantee you he
58:55
will start locking people up. He has
58:58
Adam Curry: said it 1000s of sealed indictments, I tell you.
59:02
Unknown: He has said it over and over again, that we should lock
59:06
up his political opponents. Really, people who think he's
59:09
kidding, are stupid. They have not paid any attention at all.
59:14
The maniacal, monstrous things that he promised to do he has
59:19
tried to do over and over again. There has been some checks and
59:22
balances in the system. And we managed to stop him from doing
59:26
some of the most outrageous things, but it is in his nature.
59:30
His inclination
59:31
Adam Curry: well, he act I'm glad you asked that final clip
59:33
explains the checks and balances in the system. Were able to stop
59:38
him from doing something that we know 100% happened, even though
59:43
it was in a book from someone who heard about it, who had seen
59:46
someone who would probably be in there.
59:48
Unknown: So look, this story that probably most defines
59:50
Donald Trump is the one that broke recently about what do you
59:53
want to do with immigrants? First thing you want to do was
59:57
murder them and you wanted to see if we could just shoot them
59:59
and kill them. and even his own right wing barbaric advocate
1:00:04
advisors, said, No, Mr. President, we cannot just
1:00:08
wantonly murder everyone at the border. He's like God dammit.
1:00:13
And he was upset at that. And he's like, can we shoot him in
1:00:15
the legs? He said that any was not remotely kidding. So you
1:00:21
think that guy is gonna have any checks if he wins reelection?
1:00:25
No, he's already weeded out anyone who will say no, almost
1:00:28
everybody in that room that said no to him shooting people in the
1:00:31
legs or in the head has already been removed. So there'll be
1:00:36
nothing but yes, men, there'll be nothing but disaster if Trump
1:00:40
wins and he clearly
1:00:41
Adam Curry: chunk has gone to the Adam Schiff School of
1:00:43
interpret interpretive language. I mean, doesn't even paraphrase
1:00:49
John C Dvorak: it labels humans, by the way, they believe
1:00:51
everything they read to which is really just depressing.
1:00:54
Adam Curry: Oh, my goodness. It's, but it's, it's getting fun
1:00:59
for us. I mean, this is great for the show chunk.
1:01:03
John C Dvorak: People I'm gonna give you a clip of the day for
1:01:04
bringing that clip clip. Clip.
1:01:08
Adam Curry: Clip. Well, the next Sandy was shilling for Bernie on
1:01:14
the aforementioned what was that? The the climate change
1:01:22
John C Dvorak: event down in South Carolina, wherever. Right?
1:01:25
Right. Right. Right. And, and with with the ground loop buzz,
1:01:29
Adam Curry: well, they didn't have the ground loop buzz on, on
1:01:31
et now AOC dressed in a very interesting outfit, just from a
1:01:37
television and stage perspective, a long green dress
1:01:41
about calf high, two under the long well below the knees, with
1:01:47
brown with no black stockings, or whatever they were in black
1:01:51
shoes. And it was, it was it was a very, this was a different
1:01:57
outfit for her. And I'm not and it was green, of course, which I
1:02:00
guess was for the green New Deal. But then when she had kind
1:02:04
of this flowy motion, and then she went into this whole thing
1:02:08
about politicians, which she repeated later on stage, or
1:02:11
maybe was earlier at a Bernie rally. But this was a much
1:02:14
better version. And she's just talking about how heartbreaking
1:02:17
it is when politicians lie to you.
1:02:21
Unknown: And so when you elect the politician, and then they
1:02:25
let you down, it feels like rejection. It feels like
1:02:28
heartbreak. It feels like betrayal. And it feels like I
1:02:33
never want to love again. That's what that's like. And so
1:02:38
Adam Curry: I never want to love again. Hold on. Here we go. I
1:02:41
feel like I remember the day by the way. Well, let's play the
1:02:45
hole.
1:02:45
Unknown: And it feels like I never want to love again. That's
1:02:49
what that feels like. And so I understand how that feels,
1:02:53
because I felt that way. But you know what happens when you say I
1:02:57
never want to love again, your heart gets black. And you turn
1:03:02
angry, and you get very anxious.
1:03:06
Adam Curry: I'm going to take my clip for the day that I'm going
1:03:08
to take. Thank you, Sandy. Thank you, Sandy. I said why? You left
1:03:23
me? Oh, Sandy. Yes, Sandy. That's our new tune. Whenever we
1:03:33
play a good AOC clip
1:03:34
John C Dvorak: like that. That is the funniest clip for a
1:03:38
while. Can
1:03:38
Adam Curry: you believe that? We have the typical Fox News proofs
1:03:43
that this was a big nothing burger. I love playing that.
1:03:48
This is in two in both cases. Republican Mike Turner really
1:03:55
got straight to the heart of the matter. Each segment about a
1:03:59
minute in length, and that was all we really needed to
1:04:01
understand what this was about. First, she's going he's going to
1:04:04
ask Ambassador sondland The ambassador to the European
1:04:09
Union, if he actually ever heard anyone anywhere say that Trump
1:04:15
wanted something in return for letting the security assistance
1:04:22
flow.
1:04:23
Unknown: After you testified. Chairman Schiff ran out and gave
1:04:26
a press conference and said he gets to impeach the president.
1:04:28
I'd say it's because of your testimony. And if you pull up
1:04:30
CNN today, right now, their banner says sondland ties Trump
1:04:35
to withholding aid. Is that your testimony today Mr. masseur?
1:04:38
sondland that you have evidence that Donald Trump tied the
1:04:43
investigation to aid because I don't think you're saying that
1:04:45
I've said repeatedly. Congressman, I was presuming I
1:04:50
also said that President Trump so no, it's not just the
1:04:53
president Giuliani didn't tell you Mulvaney didn't tell you.
1:04:56
Nobody. Pompeo didn't tell you nobody else This planet told you
1:05:02
that Donald Trump was tying aid to these investigations. Is that
1:05:06
correct? I think I already testified I answered the
1:05:10
question. Is it correct? No one on this planet told you that
1:05:14
Donald Trump was tying this aid to the investigation? Because if
1:05:17
your answer is yes, than the chairman's wrong, and the
1:05:20
headline on CNN is wrong, no one on this planet told you that
1:05:24
President Trump was tying aid to investigations yes or no? Yes.
1:05:28
So you really have no testimony today that ties President Trump
1:05:34
to a scheme to withhold aid from Ukraine in exchange for these
1:05:38
investigations. Other than my own presumption, which is
1:05:42
nothing
1:05:45
Adam Curry: worthless, this is no good.
1:05:47
John C Dvorak: Well, that is a debts that probably should be
1:05:51
highlighted as Clip of the Day.
1:05:53
Adam Curry: Well, then I will take that award in recognition
1:05:56
now.
1:05:58
John C Dvorak: Because it really negates the entire testimony
1:06:02
that every news source New York Times CNN, MSNBC, obviously even
1:06:07
Fox probably Oh, yeah, Fox, definitely. I'm talking about
1:06:11
Deutsche Avella, France 24. And all these other guys, they all
1:06:16
have, spewed the misinformation that this guy tied everything
1:06:21
together. And his testimony has sunk Trump.
1:06:25
Adam Curry: Did you see shift the shift backtracking?
1:06:29
John C Dvorak: Oh, he's doesn't know what to do with themselves.
1:06:32
Poor guy.
1:06:33
Adam Curry: Poor guy.
1:06:34
John C Dvorak: Yeah. I mean, really, I mean, he has middle to
1:06:37
shed his skin and
1:06:39
Adam Curry: his eyes are popping out because of
1:06:41
John C Dvorak: it as you're popping out. Yeah.
1:06:44
Adam Curry: That's true. Well, he was on. Jake Tapper show you.
1:06:48
I like Jake Tapper. He's He's always had an edge to him. He's
1:06:51
pushing back and shift just just pulls out the biggest
1:06:56
chickenshit excuse ever
1:06:57
Unknown: if the facts aren't contested, and your committee is
1:07:00
writing up the report, and you don't at least as of now have
1:07:03
any scheduled witnesses or depositions? Do you think
1:07:06
President Trump should be impeached? I want to discuss
1:07:09
this with my constituents and my colleagues before I make a final
1:07:12
judgment on it.
1:07:16
John C Dvorak: Okay, you get the day for this?
1:07:21
Adam Curry: Oh, I knew you'd like it. Are you kidding me? Oh,
1:07:26
yeah, he goes on, he goes on. You want to hear a little more?
1:07:29
This is very cute. This way. The whole thing?
1:07:31
John C Dvorak: Start from the beginning.
1:07:31
Unknown: Okay, if the facts aren't contested, and your
1:07:34
committee is writing up the report, and you don't at least
1:07:37
as of now have any scheduled witnesses or depositions? Do you
1:07:41
think President Trump should be impeached? I want to discuss
1:07:44
this with my constituents and my colleagues before I make a final
1:07:47
judgment on it. But there's a couple of really important
1:07:50
things we need to think about. And one is, are we prepared to
1:07:54
say that soliciting foreign interference conditioning
1:07:57
official acts like 400 million of taxpayer money Whitehouse
1:08:00
meetings to get political favors is somehow now compatible with
1:08:05
the office? Because if we do, it's basically carte blanche for
1:08:08
this President and anyone that comes after him. But are we also
1:08:11
prepared to say that Congress will tolerate the complete
1:08:14
stonewalling of an impeachment inquiry or our oversight?
1:08:18
Because if we do, it'll mean that the impeachment clause is a
1:08:21
complete nullity. And more than that, on our side ability is
1:08:25
really an ability and name only. But if that's your view, and
1:08:28
you've also said that this week's testimony, quote, goes
1:08:31
right to the heart of the issue of bribery. And you've also said
1:08:34
that what you've seen is, quote, far more serious than what Nixon
1:08:38
did. Explain to me how you have not come to the conclusion that
1:08:41
the President should be impeached? I mean, it sounds
1:08:42
like you think he should be impeached? Well, I certainly
1:08:44
think that the evidence that's been produced overwhelmingly
1:08:50
shows serious misconduct by the President. I do want to hear
1:08:54
more from my constituents and I want to hear more from my
1:08:57
colleagues. This is not a decision I will be making alone.
1:09:00
But at the end of the day, the decision about whether the the
1:09:06
Founding Fathers had in mind Founding Fathers when they gave
1:09:10
congress this remedy, and I have to think that this is very much
1:09:16
central to what they were concerned about it that is a
1:09:19
unethical man or woman takes that office uses it for their
1:09:24
personal political gain sacrifices the national security
1:09:27
to do so. If that wasn't what the founders had in mind it's
1:09:32
hard to imagine what the wow
1:09:36
Adam Curry: yeah so he's me he did fail because now the I guess
1:09:42
next week the judicial oversight the Judicial Committee is with
1:09:48
Nadler are now going to do some more hearings this this thing is
1:09:51
falling apart at the seams. And Fox News is clearly feeling
1:09:56
something is possible they had Anna Paulina on she's from I'm
1:10:00
turning point USA. So, you know, these are very anti leftist
1:10:06
people, anti Democrats specifically. This is just a
1:10:10
kind of a chopped up version of what happened recently when she
1:10:14
said something about Hillary Clinton and then listen to what
1:10:17
the Fox News host says horse
1:10:19
Unknown: she should be investigated. There's plenty of
1:10:21
evidence that Hillary obstructed justice by destroying evidence
1:10:25
in a gross and massive way. Joining us now Anna Paulina,
1:10:29
Director of Hispanic engagement at Turning Point USA, and Doug
1:10:32
Schoen Fox News contributor and former pollster for President
1:10:35
Bill Clinton. Good morning to you both Thanksgiving, I
1:10:38
think it's only fair. I'm all for starting a Clinton
1:10:42
investigation. I'm just
1:10:43
amazed that with everything going on in the world, we still
1:10:45
have Hillary Clinton in the headlines. Well, she's she's
1:10:51
like herpes. Okay, that's news that we're breaking here. We're
1:10:56
gonna we're gonna wrap this segment a little early die
1:10:58
because some of the language that was used in this segment,
1:11:01
we apologize to our viewers for that.
1:11:03
Adam Curry: So because the girl says Hillary Clinton won't go
1:11:05
away like herpes, they cut the segment short, throw her off
1:11:10
completely. And then in the next hour, you want
1:11:14
Unknown: to reiterate that we do not condone the language that
1:11:17
Anna Polina just displayed here, and we apologize to Secretary
1:11:21
Clinton for that Fox News does not contend condone her
1:11:24
sentiments.
1:11:26
Adam Curry: This is the strongest evidence we've ever
1:11:28
had that she's coming back into the race when Fox is sucking up
1:11:32
to her for that.
1:11:34
John C Dvorak: Their silly crap Clip of the Day. Oh, well, thank
1:11:38
Adam Curry: you. I agree with you.
1:11:44
John C Dvorak: That was a great catch
1:11:46
Adam Curry: was especially the second one, the second one,
1:11:49
John C Dvorak: it has a one two punch is obviously not a just
1:11:52
one good clip. But it was part of us of a calm process. Calm,
1:11:57
calm. So she says that she won't go away. She like herpes. She
1:12:00
won't go away, which is not a no, it's that it's not even
1:12:02
funny back off color.
1:12:04
Adam Curry: It's like 1980s Paul Provenza material. Yeah, it's
1:12:08
not about my comedy reference.
1:12:13
John C Dvorak: Yeah, I don't even get that. But, you know,
1:12:16
it's like a bad penny. She could have said or whatever. Doesn't
1:12:20
make any sense anymore. It's
1:12:21
Adam Curry: like bad Mexican lunch. Oh, that would be racist.
1:12:23
I'm sorry. Like herpes, we keeps coming back like bad Mexican.
1:12:28
But
1:12:28
John C Dvorak: I mean, I would have said, well, that's, I mean,
1:12:32
there's a lot of ways to handle that. But it's not obscene.
1:12:35
Adam Curry: Well, they, they thought it was really
1:12:37
inappropriate. But
1:12:39
John C Dvorak: now that we're on a roll, it's not that we can't
1:12:41
just bitch about anything we can think about. And so what so l
1:12:47
Greene has a problem.
1:12:49
Adam Curry: Whoa, Speaker I rise because I love my country, and I
1:12:53
have a problem. But I also rise today. With heartfelt regrets.
1:13:00
It hurts my heart, Mr. Speaker, to see the Judiciary Committee,
1:13:05
hearing experts on the topic of impeachment. One of the seminal
1:13:11
issues of this Congress, hearing experts, Mr. Speaker, and not
1:13:17
one person of color among the experts, what subliminal message
1:13:22
are we sending to the world when we have experts, but not one
1:13:28
person of color? Are we saying that there are no people of
1:13:31
color? who are experts on this topic of impeachment? What is
1:13:36
the message that we're sending fantastic speaker? If I am
1:13:40
wrong, I will apologize. But if the committee is wrong, if the
1:13:45
Congress is wrong, what will it do? People of color for too
1:13:50
long, have been ignored by one party and taken for granted by
1:13:55
the other two often, this happens. Not always but too
1:14:00
often it happens. Mr. Speaker, I refuse to be ignored. And taken
1:14:06
for granted. I came here to represent the people who are
1:14:09
ignored and taken for granted. Not one person of color among
1:14:14
the constitutional scholars. It seems that there's a desire
1:14:19
among some to have the output of people of color without input
1:14:25
from the people of color. Before we do anything, I'm gonna give
1:14:28
you a clip of the day for that fantastic clip. That is so
1:14:35
fantastic. isn't a great the guy who is so worried about the
1:14:40
racist currently occupying the White House. That's how he would
1:14:44
say it is still feels that you're getting rid of this
1:14:49
horrible scourge, on our democracy and a republic. That's
1:14:57
less important than bitching about this Yeah, Lindsey,
1:15:02
Lindsey Graham. Remember he was there in Ukraine with all the
1:15:07
shenanigans with McCain and with well with the whole Clinton team
1:15:13
with the Brannon, and with Victoria Cagle, nuneham Newland
1:15:18
with her F, the F, the EU quote. And so Lindsay was first he was
1:15:23
like, well, we're just gonna do a real speedy trial. We're just
1:15:26
gonna, we're just going to vote in the Senate on this
1:15:28
impeachment, we'll be done with it so we can get back to doing
1:15:30
stuff because he's afraid that he'll be implicated in some of
1:15:34
these obvious corrupt practices that were going on. He had a
1:15:40
meeting with the President and now he sings a different tune.
1:15:43
Unknown: So I just met with the President, and he is demanding
1:15:46
his day in court. Every American accused of a crime or wrongdoing
1:15:51
gets their day in court, apparently, except Donald Trump.
1:15:55
And if you believe the Clinton impeachment trial was fair,
1:15:58
that's exactly the same time type trial that will happen in
1:16:02
the Senate with President Trump but I just left President Trump,
1:16:05
he's mad as hell, but they would do this to him and now deny him
1:16:10
his day in court. The reason they're denying his day and him
1:16:14
his day in court, so they know their case sucks.
1:16:20
John C Dvorak: That's a great yeah, give you a border like zip
1:16:23
for them. I didn't hear that. So well, he probably assured
1:16:31
Lindsay that he's not gonna go to jail. He says, If anything
1:16:35
happens, I've got bail. Yeah. Don't worry about it. Here's
1:16:38
another big story. This is the one on conspiracies,
1:16:41
Unknown: even apocalyptic. We all crave explanations for
1:16:44
things we don't understand. So some of us fill in the blanks
1:16:48
with conspiracy theories. We dug into that with Anna Merlin,
1:16:52
author of Republic of lies, American conspiracy theorists
1:16:56
and their surprising rise to power.
1:16:59
Adam Curry: How can we weren't interviewed What the hell is
1:17:00
that there's a whole book, American conspiracy theorists,
1:17:03
did you get a call? Did you get an email memo? Nothing.
1:17:06
Unknown: It used to be that far right. Conspiracy theories went
1:17:09
from fringe sites, some of them actual disinformation sites to
1:17:14
eventually places like Fox News. And that's sort of where they
1:17:18
stopped. And now they have another stuff which they go from
1:17:21
Fox News to the President or from fringe sites like Info Wars
1:17:25
straight to the President.
1:17:27
Adam Curry: Again, again, we're being snubbed. Hello. Hello
1:17:30
crackpot here, I'd like my props to the
1:17:33
Unknown: President or from fringe sites like Info Wars
1:17:35
straight to the President.
1:17:36
And this problem continues to get worse and worse. What is the
1:17:41
logical extension of all of this?
1:17:47
Adam Curry: This is so good. John, what do you think is
1:17:51
really happening in the world? When it comes from Infowars
1:17:56
straight to the President's
1:17:57
Unknown: out of control tinfoil Hattery.
1:18:00
So one thesis is that especially state backed disinformation
1:18:05
sources, like the ones we've seen in Russia, like the
1:18:09
internet research agency, that one of their goals is to make
1:18:12
the information ecosystem so chaotic and so unstable and so
1:18:16
unreliable, that people start believing that the actual
1:18:21
objective truth is not knowable, and that they should stop
1:18:23
looking for it.
1:18:24
Adam Curry: Oh, success. Wow, leave this no conspiracies.
1:18:30
John C Dvorak: By the way. Only right wing. There's never been a
1:18:32
left wing conspiracy. There are no All right wing.
1:18:35
Adam Curry: Wait, stop. Wait for the for that one. Just out of
1:18:38
that. Just definitely clip at the clip.
1:18:43
John C Dvorak: She talks through this whole thing. And it all
1:18:46
culminated in Fox News. Yes.
1:18:48
Adam Curry: Right. And the other route is from Infowars. Direct
1:18:52
to the President. The Russian pranksters as they're known, I
1:18:57
just liked I prefer to call them the podcasters vo Vaughn and
1:19:01
Lexus have they struck again. Now previously, they had gotten
1:19:06
through to Congressman Adam shifts office claiming that they
1:19:10
had kompromat and compromising pictures of Trump. If you
1:19:18
remember we had some of that some of that phone call. And
1:19:22
these guys just like radio guys like weenie in the butt of
1:19:25
Moscow. So they have a new Gambit, and they went after
1:19:30
Maxine Waters and pretending to be great that you embed and
1:19:37
Griffith is dead. And they made up this. They made up the name
1:19:42
of an island Chunga Changa. I think that's literally what it's
1:19:45
called. And they decided they're going to call into Maxine Waters
1:19:49
office, get her on the phone and say Well, listen that Maxine you
1:19:52
know, it's Greta and greatest dad. And we're here in I think
1:19:56
it's what they say they were South Carolina and No, no, we're
1:20:00
here to garner support to save the island of Chunga. Changa.
1:20:04
And could you please help us out? We'll put you on
1:20:06
speakerphone. And I pulled the pertinent clip from this from
1:20:10
this YouTube video. And, you know, this used to be what
1:20:14
Americans did. We used to be the fun phone, phone pranksters.
1:20:18
We've let Russia grab that away from us,
1:20:21
Unknown: Congresswoman. Yeah, I have Greta and her father's
1:20:24
Devonte on the line. Very much, Congresswoman. This is one of
1:20:30
the greatest father. And here's a great Yes.
1:20:34
On the line. Why does Hello. I'm very happy to talk to you. Well,
1:20:38
thank
1:20:38
you both for calling me and I'm very anxious to hear from you.
1:20:43
Yes, I know that yours called you and Maxine. This sounds
1:20:50
Adam Curry: brilliant, brilliant butter up first by calling her
1:20:53
auntie Maxine. That's the she'll love that butter up very good.
1:20:56
By the way these guys sound nothing like Swedish Greta and
1:20:59
her dad. But still Maxine is falling for it.
1:21:03
Unknown: Absolutely, yes.
1:21:06
That's so nice. We have wonderful climate strike to
1:21:09
support the ecology of temperature on the island.
1:21:13
Southland of people came to meet me.
1:21:16
Well, thank you. And I'm so glad you came to my state. And of
1:21:20
course, I know all about you. You have made quite a big, big,
1:21:26
big thunder on this issue. I am really, really very proud of you
1:21:35
and the work that you're doing.
1:21:38
We're now in North Carolina.
1:21:41
So we are in the climate strike here in a meeting.
1:21:45
Okay, so you're in the meeting now you start the meeting has
1:21:48
started. Yes, yes. Yes. Yes.
1:21:51
We they're not here now at the meeting. And if you will allow
1:21:55
me I will put you on a speakerphone. So yes.
1:21:58
And we will let you say to people who is around here.
1:22:02
Which island? Are they targeting?
1:22:06
Adam Curry: This is this is the part I like the best. All these
1:22:09
politicians are like that is like if I can get anything out
1:22:13
of you. And of course typically these calls are about money. But
1:22:16
right now it's like oh shit, I can align myself with Greta.
1:22:18
kamberi This is fantastic. This is good for me. And they can
1:22:22
roll out some bullcrap script, just right off the cuff. Even
1:22:27
Maxine, and she's up there and age, but she's still She's a pro
1:22:32
at rolling it out. So she has a little bit of information. She
1:22:35
knows it's North Carolina. She knows it's Greta who's a thunder
1:22:38
apparently. She knows it's Chunga Changa Island, which
1:22:42
doesn't exist. And she's going to do a little promo
1:22:45
Unknown: so and we will let you say to people who is around
1:22:49
here. Which
1:22:50
island? Are they targeting? Chunga? Changa? Chunga Changa?
1:22:57
Yes. Hello, everybody. This is Congresswoman Maxine Waters. And
1:23:04
I am so pleased to be on this telephone call with Greta
1:23:10
Thornburg. I am just so glad.
1:23:13
Adam Curry: She says thud Berg. Berg, which is a new one for us
1:23:21
Unknown: on this telephone call with Greta Sundberg. I am just
1:23:26
so proud of her and her father Savanti that bird and the work
1:23:32
that they are doing. As you know, Greta is an environmental
1:23:38
activist. And she took part in the United Nations Climate
1:23:44
Summit in New York recently, and she has been traveling and she
1:23:49
has been the greatest advocate for what is happening with our
1:23:55
climate and the environment. And I'm very pleased that she's with
1:23:59
you in North Carolina, where you're focusing on protecting
1:24:05
the very important island of Tula challenge
1:24:14
Adam Curry: I'm so happy she's supporting the very important
1:24:17
the critically important the island of chimichanga you Greta
1:24:22
Thunberg and your dad Devonte Thunberg Come on. Well, I
1:24:29
believe these these two comrades deserve a medal for this work.
1:24:32
This is really very good.
1:24:35
John C Dvorak: Well, let's give them the Clip of the Day. Yeah,
1:24:38
Adam Curry: you know, I wonder what that we should do a Russian
1:24:41
version so we can so they'll know how good they were. Oh, god
1:24:45
dang. Comrade.
1:24:49
John C Dvorak: Now both of them sound like a couple of Russians.
1:24:52
It's amazing. More ludicrous.
1:24:57
Adam Curry: It's a 15 minute call. There's there's more in
1:25:00
But I thought that was the funniest one, especially the
1:25:02
Thunberg. What a moron stasis
1:25:06
John C Dvorak: that should be on the normal news, don't you
1:25:08
think? Yes,
1:25:09
Adam Curry: it should be but no we can we can pitch a member of
1:25:13
Congress
1:25:13
John C Dvorak: so stupid to fall for this. I mean, if she was
1:25:17
keeping up with anything, she knows that Greta buggy back to
1:25:21
home base. And she's not in North Carolina. She didn't go to
1:25:24
North Carolina after the event in New York. The whole thing is
1:25:30
just ludicrous. And it shouldn't be regular news that that's
1:25:33
regular news story. No, I agree. No, no, no, because the news
1:25:36
media is so fraught with debit credit left wingers just to be
1:25:41
honest about it. They can't bring themselves to do these
1:25:44
stories. Yeah. Oh my god, it makes it look so stupid. I
1:25:49
refuse to run that story. This is Brittany again. On the
1:25:55
crooked Hillary campaign. This is fascinating.
1:25:57
Unknown: Can you talk about the
1:25:58
crooked Hillary campaign and how it developed?
1:26:02
Absolutely. So this started as a Super PAC that was built for Ted
1:26:07
Cruz keep the promise one, which was run by Kellyanne Conway and
1:26:11
funded by the Mercer's that was then
1:26:14
Adam Curry: she's she worked at Cambridge Analytica. And so,
1:26:19
Brittany, she's talking like a pundit. I mean, she's not
1:26:23
talking like someone who's been she's
1:26:25
John C Dvorak: on a book tour. And so she
1:26:27
Unknown: she wrote a book, okay, I guess run by Kellyanne Conway
1:26:31
and funded by the Mercer's that was then converted to becoming a
1:26:34
Super PAC for Donald Trump. They tried to register with the
1:26:39
Federal Election Commission, the name defeat, crooked Hillary,
1:26:42
and FEC luckily did not allow them to do that. So it was
1:26:45
called Make America number one. This super PAC was headed by
1:26:49
David Bossie, someone that you might remember from Citizens
1:26:53
United, basically, primary dark money into our politics and
1:26:58
allow
1:26:59
Adam Curry: dark money.
1:27:02
John C Dvorak: Dark politics before
1:27:04
Adam Curry: No never happened, ever seen it? No. It's racist,
1:27:08
that dark money? No, this is bullshit.
1:27:10
Unknown: But I like it brought dark money into our politics and
1:27:14
allowed this was on Democracy
1:27:16
Adam Curry: Now. Yeah. Did Amy jump in and say, Well, you know,
1:27:19
obviously, dark money has been in our politics for a long time
1:27:24
way. I mean, from day one, pretty much
1:27:28
Unknown: endless amounts of money to be funneled into these
1:27:31
types of vehicles.
1:27:32
Adam Curry: This is a total talking point, this woman's so
1:27:34
that we don't know
1:27:36
Unknown: where all of the money is coming from from these types
1:27:39
of manipulative communications. Oh, he was in charge of this
1:27:42
campaign. Now it's
1:27:43
Adam Curry: I'm sorry. This is great. Manipulative
1:27:46
communications. What do you think? That's what that's what
1:27:52
you do. That's all communications are all marketing
1:27:56
is manipulation.
1:27:58
Unknown: The money is coming from for these types of
1:28:00
manipulative communications. And he was in charge of this
1:28:03
campaign. Now, on that two day long debrief that I talked
1:28:07
about. And if you want to know more, you can read about it in
1:28:09
my book, they told
1:28:12
us and explain where you were and who was in the room.
1:28:15
So I was in New York, in our boardroom for Cambridge analytic
1:28:19
his office on Fifth Avenue. And all of our offices from around
1:28:23
the world had called in to video cast. And everybody from the
1:28:27
super PAC and the Trump campaign took us through all of their
1:28:30
tactics and strategies and implementation and what they had
1:28:33
done. Now, when we got to this defeat, crooked Hillary
1:28:36
SuperPAC, they explained to us what they had done, which was to
1:28:41
run experiments on psychographic groups to figure out what was
1:28:45
working and what wasn't. Unfortunately, what they found
1:28:48
out was the only very successful tactic was sending fear based
1:28:53
scare mongering messaging to people that were identified as
1:28:56
being neurotic. And it was so successful in their first
1:28:58
experiments that they spent the rest of the money from the super
1:29:01
PAC over the rest of the campaign. Only on negative
1:29:06
messaging.
1:29:07
Oh, no.
1:29:09
Do net Radek second
1:29:11
Adam Curry: negative advertising targeting Neeraj. I'd say it's a
1:29:14
crime almost. That is evil, evil, evil, evil flabbergast
1:29:19
people are neurotic and then you you sent in fear mongering
1:29:22
messages. Well, I mean, like clear and present danger the
1:29:27
President is a clear and present danger needs to be impeached
1:29:30
immediately because who knows what he could do you mean like
1:29:33
that? Is that is that are we talking about Brittany?
1:29:35
John C Dvorak: I think that's something like that. Guys,
1:29:38
unhinge. Yeah,
1:29:39
Adam Curry: just bend over here it comes again for you, sir.
1:29:42
Clinical, well deserved. Thank you. Back to the reptiles. Joe
1:29:48
Biden also had to virtue signal and in this case about
1:29:51
immigration and illegal immigrants residing in the
1:29:54
United States.
1:29:56
Unknown: I believe his
1:29:58
Adam Curry: first or second Ken wife and his daughter were
1:30:02
killed in a car accident, which is disputed, but I believe maybe
1:30:09
the driver of the truck was drunk. Do you recall any and I
1:30:13
tried to look it up. And there's different stories everywhere.
1:30:16
Like, you know, some say yes, some say no Biden definitely, at
1:30:20
some point said, you know, a guy who decided to drink his lunch
1:30:24
instead of eating it. So there's insinuation you
1:30:28
John C Dvorak: have to go back to the old newspaper reports to
1:30:30
see what's what,
1:30:31
Adam Curry: right. But the insinuation is that they were
1:30:32
killed by a drunk driver by Joe in the past. So here comes an
1:30:36
interesting question about illegal immigrants. They go off
1:30:40
Unknown: to school wondering whether when mom comes and picks
1:30:42
them up, is she not going to be there because a nice he was
1:30:44
there to arrest her. Or they take he she takes him to the
1:30:47
doctor, that she's going to not be there because she is quote,
1:30:51
undocumented and nice. He is going to pick them up. So how do
1:30:53
you change the culture, change the culture by saying you're
1:30:56
gonna get fired? You're fired. If in fact, you do that you only
1:31:01
arrest for the purpose of dealing with a felony that's
1:31:04
committed, and I don't count drunk driving as a felony.
1:31:08
Adam Curry: Wow, well, drunk driving is a felony in multiple
1:31:11
states. And doing it more than once will result in felony
1:31:15
charges. I found this to be pretty crazy. To go that far.
1:31:20
This is interesting.
1:31:22
John C Dvorak: I'm going to give you a clip of the day for that.
1:31:24
And I did that because it's such a great clip, because it does
1:31:27
introduce this factor why all of us? Just tell me I'm wrong about
1:31:32
this analysis. Wait, stop.
1:31:33
Adam Curry: Let me do my take my clip for the day first.
1:31:37
Otherwise, we forget these things?
1:31:39
John C Dvorak: Yes, true. So open it and forget it.
1:31:44
Unknown: I'm gonna show my school by donating to no agenda.
1:31:47
Imagine all the people who could do that. Oh, yeah, that'd be
1:31:50
fun.
1:31:58
John C Dvorak: Well, we have a different show. 1550, which is a
1:32:01
good show number. We have to put these donations off till the
1:32:05
next live show. Yes. And should it be 1551 or 5052? Hopefully
1:32:11
it's 50. It's 1551. Because that's a palindrome show. That's
1:32:16
Adam Curry: a big one. I have to be here for the Palindrome. I
1:32:20
know that I'm it's not going to be as bad as the first time. So
1:32:24
I have four days to recover. I know I'm going to be there. I'm
1:32:27
just going to be there. And even if you have to carry the show,
1:32:30
which will be a change for you.
1:32:33
John C Dvorak: I'm sorry. She will have to get used to that.
1:32:36
Forget as I'm not sure I'm gonna make it talk. You'll
1:32:41
Adam Curry: have your vacation. Calacanis here, no agendas
1:32:44
Kelheim. Elon Space X is great.
1:32:49
John C Dvorak: show these these clips of the day are dynamite.
1:32:52
Adam Curry: They really are. And Gustavo Raya, thank you again
1:32:54
executive producer, of course, along with along with us, but
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executive producer First up in the title role, great job, I
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mean that you're right. It is a labor of love. So appreciate
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that. And of course, the show continues to roll on. We
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comes in for 1551, which I'm sure will be great because
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people love palindromes. We'll be doing that on the next show.
1:33:26
We'll do all of that live. So we'll have our our extra
1:33:28
extended Thank you segment.
1:33:31
John C Dvorak: So let's wrap this. Here we go
1:33:33
Adam Curry: last second and last part of the no agenda. Best of
1:33:37
clips of the day.
1:33:38
John C Dvorak: If you know people have stopped smoking,
1:33:40
they become nuts about it. Yeah, yes, very anti low carb. And
1:33:44
there's people that stop drinking, they become nuts about
1:33:46
what are you doing it all lugging a drink that stuff? If
1:33:49
you had somebody killed your wife that you've cried in public
1:33:54
over, and when your kids were killed by a drunk driver, this
1:33:59
wouldn't be something that would linger for them. You'd think
1:34:03
Yeah. So So Biden, when all of a sudden start passing off drunk
1:34:07
driving as a man, no big deal. Unless there was something more
1:34:11
to the original story.
1:34:12
Adam Curry: Right. Then there may be there may be I just I
1:34:16
just thought just to even say that there are a lot of families
1:34:20
out there who have suffered loss because of drunk drivers. And
1:34:25
then to say it's not a felony, by the way, ie you can't get
1:34:29
kicked out of the country for being here illegally and driving
1:34:33
drunk. To me. It's kind of like Yeah, yeah, yes, you should go.
1:34:41
Unknown: But not to Jarrell you should go
1:34:43
Adam Curry: not Oh, not to Joe not the Joe. Mayor Pete's have
1:34:47
John C Dvorak: a Tao is a very interesting clip.
1:34:50
Adam Curry: Thank you. Throughout this, this whole
1:34:52
impeachment trial in the Senate so far, it's all about the
1:34:56
process. And it's you know, Russia is my arch enemy and we
1:34:59
We really need It's America's national security, our interest
1:35:04
to make sure that Ukraine had the weaponry it needed and the
1:35:08
military assistance. So to date, the defense of that has been
1:35:14
real. Obama gave water and blankets and we gave tank
1:35:17
busters like the okay. But this is perhaps a better one,
1:35:22
Unknown: the facts of this case remain the same. And those facts
1:35:25
are Ukraine, in fact, received the security assistance and
1:35:29
there was no investigation into the Biden's. And a really
1:35:32
important point that I think you should all report for the
1:35:35
American people is that when it comes to supporting Ukraine
1:35:39
security assistance, three of the Democratic House managers
1:35:42
voted no, they voted in opposition of the US providing
1:35:46
defensive security assistance to Ukraine. Those members are Jerry
1:35:50
Nadler Zoe Lofgren and Hakeem Jeffries.
1:35:54
John C Dvorak: Wow, that's a tip of the day.
1:35:56
Adam Curry: That's a nugget right away. Hey, hold on a
1:35:58
second.
1:36:01
John C Dvorak: Nobody picks up on that stuff. That was
1:36:02
fantastic.
1:36:03
Adam Curry: I got a fun little ditty from Chuck Schumer who
1:36:07
went out and you know, he's really just listened to how he
1:36:11
how he treats with treats the media, when he's asked
1:36:15
questions, and this grand experiment we call democracy
1:36:19
will have been fatally fatally eroded because when Americans
1:36:23
lose faith that elections are fair when Americans lose faith
1:36:27
that it's Americans determining who elects the president rather
1:36:31
than a
1:36:31
Unknown: foreign power
1:36:32
Adam Curry: we got trouble one at a time
1:36:39
John C Dvorak: I thought this might be a clip of the day just
1:36:42
for the
1:36:44
Unknown: unexpected
1:36:48
Adam Curry: one at a time I thought possible it possible and
1:36:53
one at a time possible and to show ISO and listen to on czar
1:36:59
has a tell and a truth when it comes out moment wants to come
1:37:03
out moment in 39 seconds. We'll get the tail at the beginning
1:37:08
and then the truth wants to come out
1:37:10
Unknown: in the headline is Is the world ready for the
1:37:12
Coronavirus? How do you answer that question?
1:37:14
So had we've actually been very transparent about what we do not
1:37:17
know yet about about this virus? Wow.
1:37:23
Adam Curry: We've actually been very transparent.
1:37:27
Unknown: We've actually been very transparent about what we
1:37:29
do not know yet about, about this virus, which is we don't
1:37:32
know full information about its contagiousness about its
1:37:35
severity profile, which is why I'm delighted that at the
1:37:39
invitation of the Chinese government, we will accept the
1:37:42
invitation to participate as part of the World Health
1:37:45
Organization's team of experts that will deploy to China to
1:37:48
assist Chinese experts on the ground to actually get ground
1:37:52
truth to study this virus. Get all the information to both help
1:37:56
the spread prevent the spread further in China
1:37:58
that
1:38:01
is ground truth to study this virus. Get all the information
1:38:07
to both help the spread prevent the spread further in China, but
1:38:11
also global spread of this virus.
1:38:15
John C Dvorak: You got to clip it today for finding now
1:38:17
Adam Curry: I think I deserve in this case. A double whammy
1:38:23
that's
1:38:23
John C Dvorak: double you got to tell the cough and you got the
1:38:26
slip.
1:38:27
Adam Curry: Gotta help the spread, man. I mean my goodness,
1:38:34
John C Dvorak: dinner table conversation, we're talking
1:38:36
about some other aspects of this. Sorry. If they have a
1:38:40
clue. She's a brunette though. Now. This is what they do on
1:38:45
Court TV. Now as they got the following the Weinstein case
1:38:48
very closely, and they grabbed the by I guess you dig by the
1:38:52
transcript immediately after the testimonies. They get them from
1:38:56
the court recorders. And then they reenact the testimony with
1:39:00
some actors that do a pretty good job of of making you think
1:39:04
that you're hearing their real testimonies, even though this
1:39:07
Adam Curry: isn't just audio or do they do they reenact the
1:39:09
whole art is just Oh, that's good. That's cool.
1:39:13
John C Dvorak: And so here's a podcast that I flipped I clipped
1:39:17
a few things out of this is about two minutes. I clipped a
1:39:19
few things out because it would have been too long because
1:39:21
there's a lot of a lot of interruptions and they got to
1:39:24
the court to get the judge in there bitching and moaning and
1:39:27
but there's stuff in here that is truly disgusting.
1:39:31
Unknown: Describe what was happening to you and what your
1:39:33
interaction with him was
1:39:35
objection foundation judge ruled he would talk very dirty to me
1:39:39
about objection. Overruled fantasies
1:39:43
and things and compare me to other actresses that he said
1:39:47
we're doing kinky injection kinky, dirty things with him
1:39:51
judge can we approach overruled? No. He always wanted to film me
1:39:55
objection.
1:39:56
Did you ever give him permission to do that?
1:39:58
I never gave him permission.
1:40:00
Question and Answer stands. Next question. What the king? Well,
1:40:05
what's the relationship describe the relationship for the jury?
1:40:08
It would be basically him wanting to see me and just
1:40:12
needing a fix like a drug addict.
1:40:14
Objection sustained. What's
1:40:15
going on here? What would he say to you? All right.
1:40:18
Adam Curry: First of all, holy crap. This is a this should be a
1:40:21
podcast. I don't know what court TV's doing. But this is podcast,
1:40:25
double material right here. This is really good. We returned
1:40:29
Unknown: and just needing a fix like a drug addict. Objection
1:40:32
stain,
1:40:33
what's
1:40:33
going on here? What would he say to you? What would he do with
1:40:36
you? What would you say to him? What would you do with him?
1:40:40
He would say, do like my big fat, Jewish objection,
1:40:46
objection. Judge. May we approach okay,
1:40:49
if you would step down there for a moment?
1:40:52
Judge I'm asking that those answers be stricken and the
1:40:54
prosecutor be directed to move on Request
1:40:57
Denied. Next question.
1:41:00
Miss man, can you describe to the jury the defendants
1:41:03
physicality?
1:41:05
The first time I saw him fully naked objection
1:41:08
on relative
1:41:09
I thought objection. Overruled. I thought he was deformed and
1:41:14
intersex objection. He has an extreme scarring that I didn't
1:41:18
know if maybe he was a burn victim. But if wouldn't make
1:41:22
subjection, overrule he does not have testicles and it appears
1:41:26
like he has a vagina Objection
1:41:29
overruled. Does the defendant also have a penis
1:41:33
objection leading?
1:41:35
He does have a penis rolled.
1:41:37
Did you engage in non forcible sexual situations with the
1:41:41
defendant?
1:41:42
I engaged in non forcible oral sex with the defendant.
1:41:47
Did you desire him sexually
1:41:48
objection. She just testified she entered rules. No.
1:41:54
Why did you continue to have a relationship with Him?
1:41:57
There is a lot of layers to that question. Okay.
1:42:00
Next question. While you were in this situation with the
1:42:04
defendant, what were you feeling towards him?
1:42:07
I saw him the way I saw my father Objection overruled.
1:42:11
Next question.
1:42:13
In what way?
1:42:14
My dad had a similar anger objection
1:42:16
Adam Curry: rules move on.
1:42:19
Unknown: Did the defendant at times display anger to you?
1:42:22
Objection foundation? Yes. ruled.
1:42:25
In what way? Would he in what circumstances would he display
1:42:29
anger towards you
1:42:30
if he heard the word? No. It was like a trigger. Objection ruled
1:42:34
he objection rule he also he also peed on me once objection
1:42:40
foundation for rule. He would. It was it was like being
1:42:46
discarded after I served my purpose. Objection sustained.
1:42:53
Adam Curry: That I think this is fantastic. I do have a follow up
1:42:57
on this though. Regarding the state of his sexual organs as I,
1:43:03
by the way, because it's so disgusting. You only get a
1:43:08
borderline, but you do get that. Because it really brings the
1:43:14
quality of all clip of the days down to just like got her level.
1:43:18
I don't think I've seen Anderson Cooper so mad on air before. Can
1:43:23
you ever remember a time when Cooper was mad like just mad and
1:43:27
saying bullshit. And
1:43:29
John C Dvorak: you have a clip of it?
1:43:30
Unknown: Maybe he'll join me in the fight to reform our criminal
1:43:34
justice system. Over sentencing blacks and Latinos. Right. I
1:43:40
learned that when I was there.
1:43:41
John C Dvorak: Okay. Well, what's sad is that you hadn't
1:43:43
actually learned that when you mattered when you actually were
1:43:46
the governor, you work and you talked about working for the
1:43:48
criminal justice reform. There's a lot of people in Chicago,
1:43:50
there's a lot of people in Illinois, who actually like spit
1:43:53
up when you say that, because when you were actually
1:43:55
empowering when you were actually governor and you
1:43:57
Adam Curry: could have helped 1000s What do you think Cooper
1:43:59
is talking about there with a lot of people spit up when you
1:44:03
talk about that. And by the way, Anderson Cooper is of course,
1:44:07
part of the national security bureaucracy he was CIA's like
1:44:10
everyone knows that at least he was there part of the time. What
1:44:15
is what is his connection to all this that he's so mad and people
1:44:18
are spitting up? When they hear him talk like this? People use?
1:44:23
John C Dvorak: What you have to ask the question, what is Blago
1:44:27
saying that has set him off on this tangent of,
1:44:30
Adam Curry: of anger? What he said is that, no, I
1:44:33
John C Dvorak: know what he I mean, I understand what he said
1:44:35
technically. But what is What's it got to do with him? What's it
1:44:39
got to do with debt? So personal to Cooper?
1:44:42
Adam Curry: That is the right question
1:44:44
Unknown: case, and he blew it off. The governor after you
1:44:46
inherited a huge backlog nearly 3000 clemency petitions that you
1:44:51
failed to review. In fact, you were sued by by you were sued as
1:44:55
governor by Cabrini Green legal aid to try and pressure you to
1:44:59
actually We pay attention to clemency cases, instead of
1:45:02
extorting people for money and campaign contributions. So it's
1:45:06
a little ironic and frankly a little sad and pathetic and
1:45:09
hypocritical. You talking about, you know, commuting getting a
1:45:13
you get a commutation of a sentence, which is within the
1:45:15
President's right. But you ignored a whole hell of a lot of
1:45:18
other people who are hoping you might give them clemency when
1:45:21
you actually matter. So actually, there wasn't a person,
1:45:26
it was a statement, I'd be happy to work with people on criminal
1:45:28
justice reform, but I wouldn't work with you.
1:45:31
Adam Curry: And then why? Why does Cooper all of a sudden say
1:45:35
he's happy to work with a politician? He's happy to work
1:45:39
with POC toys.
1:45:40
John C Dvorak: It used to be he's and he's supposed to be a
1:45:42
journalist host. I'm
1:45:43
Adam Curry: telling you this, this, this is someone who's been
1:45:48
told to take this boy down is what's going on. Oh, yeah,
1:45:52
John C Dvorak: you're right. Okay.
1:45:53
Unknown: Can I answer that?
1:45:55
Adam Curry: Oh, this is what it is. And question.
1:45:57
Unknown: Okay. I don't like to address that. When you've been
1:46:00
put where I was. And you have all the time that I was given to
1:46:03
think and look back on some of the things you might have done
1:46:05
different. That's certainly an area that you talked about, that
1:46:08
I certainly wish I would have done more on. There's no
1:46:10
question about that. We're not among my biggest regrets. I
1:46:13
didn't know how corrupt the criminal justice system was
1:46:16
until it did it to me.
1:46:18
Adam Curry: Oops, oops, oops, oops, this is pooper at this
1:46:21
point. His mouth is scrunched up, his eyes are spitting fire.
1:46:26
Unknown: And that was a wake up call. Having said that, I want
1:46:29
to say one thing about me as governor, when the cases came to
1:46:31
me, and I was given files about people who were seeking clemency
1:46:35
or pardons. I acted appropriately actually
1:46:39
John C Dvorak: sued. I mean, that is when
1:46:41
Unknown: I did clemencies And I did pardons I didn't didn't do
1:46:45
nearly enough. It wasn't a priority, I would acknowledge
1:46:48
that I didn't go to the office every day doing that. Instead, I
1:46:51
was giving health care to all the children. Reputation to our
1:46:54
seniors and the disabled. So
1:46:55
you and I regret that early, much money to hospitals in order
1:46:58
to get campaign contributions. But
1:47:01
to see that stuff that that's a big lie. They got $8 million
1:47:04
from me, and prison times they got it after you I promise it. I
1:47:09
ordered it before that happened and it didn't Did they got it
1:47:12
while I was governor. That is not factual.
1:47:14
Okay. Governor Blagojevich, I do wish you the best. I really am
1:47:18
glad for your family that you're out. And I don't know, by
1:47:20
the way, you're asking me questions. I don't know, I
1:47:22
honestly appreciate you. But just
1:47:24
John C Dvorak: honestly, I just look, I have no problem. You
1:47:26
getting out? I think, you know, the President can be whoever you
1:47:28
want. I just think I wish, you know, you're besmirching
1:47:31
prosecutors who actually are no longer in government. But you
1:47:36
know, prosecutors are important in our system. And you're going
1:47:38
after the very basis of our justice system, which has plenty
1:47:42
of problems. But you know, part of the thing is you got out, you
1:47:46
do have an obligation to at least admit what you did wrong.
1:47:49
And you refuse to do that. And you're creating a whole new
1:47:51
alternate universe of facts. And that may be big in politics
1:47:54
today. But it's still, frankly, just bullshit.
1:47:59
Unknown: Apple shit, I lived it myself. It's not at all.
1:48:04
Adam Curry: So Anderson is now the hero of prosecutors, hero of
1:48:09
the jump protectors date,
1:48:11
John C Dvorak: you have to be reminded that had a slew of
1:48:15
people on death row and two or three young journalists. I
1:48:18
happen to know one of them went in there as a project, I think
1:48:22
at the University of Illinois or one of the schools. And they
1:48:25
discovered that all these cases were all bullcrap cases and a
1:48:29
judge had to release a ton of people from the Illinois prison
1:48:33
system for phony baloney prosecutions that we're all all
1:48:38
crooked. So this
1:48:39
Adam Curry: is why Oh, of course got to protect those guys. Let's
1:48:43
not drag anything up. It's quite disappointing. Although fine,
1:48:50
just
1:48:50
John C Dvorak: find it fascinating and give you 10
1:48:52
points I'll give you I'll give you a clip of the day for that.
1:48:55
Oh, you're
1:48:55
Adam Curry: just you're just trying to make me feel good.
1:48:59
John C Dvorak: Like as you've been snacking, just lips.
1:49:02
Adam Curry: I got cottonmouth What can I tell you? cotton
1:49:05
mouth? It's
1:49:06
John C Dvorak: like I'm sorry. Take a drink of Yeah, couldn't
1:49:08
Adam Curry: drink. I've been drinking decaf coffee from a
1:49:11
plastic machine.
1:49:12
John C Dvorak: Well, we do have you know, we do have sources
1:49:15
that say that. Pete was never gay in Harvard.
1:49:19
Adam Curry: Yeah, it wasn't gay until
1:49:22
John C Dvorak: they had a meeting with him and his
1:49:24
buddies.
1:49:25
Unknown: They had a meeting and then he was gay.
1:49:27
John C Dvorak: They had a meeting in Malta, which is known
1:49:30
CIA kind of clandestine meeting spot. And he comes out of the
1:49:37
Malta meeting. And he's gay.
1:49:39
Adam Curry: I think it's after you met Dick pound.
1:49:43
John C Dvorak: Pound was came later. Kay came later so the guy
1:49:51
is very sketchy character. And but he's done because I mean,
1:49:56
next to Bloomberg is like a small town guy. I understand
1:49:59
what they were trying to do and they make him the new Obama and
1:50:03
maybe that's why they wanted him to be gay. Because when he did
1:50:05
this, that's, that's what I'm saying. Exactly. Yeah. Because
1:50:09
they needed a minority, you know, they was should be a
1:50:12
minority that whoever in the CIA came up with the gay idea. I
1:50:16
think that was a mistake. Here's the Pete and the gay pill clip.
1:50:19
Adam Curry: Okay, hold on. I was leaning back.
1:50:23
Unknown: If you could, if there was a pill. There's a pill that
1:50:28
I can take and not be gay anymore. I would have jumped on.
1:50:33
Adam Curry: When did you say this? When did he say this?
1:50:37
John C Dvorak: This was recently because that he's got my
1:50:41
Adam Curry: God. Now this never heard this one. No. Oh, and play
1:50:44
it again for the whole thing. Oh, my God,
1:50:46
Unknown: if you could, if there was a pill. There's a pill that
1:50:51
I can take and not be gay anymore. I would have jumped on.
1:50:55
And thank God I didn't because I would not have the amazing
1:50:59
marriage that that I have now to to Jasper. And
1:51:03
Adam Curry: now, here's Wow. I'm confused by his use of past and
1:51:08
present tense. The day well hold on you you're gonna get a P
1:51:13
people who ask our skips. In Holland, we say many frogs were
1:51:18
to over Slava translates to when you ask you get skipped. Let me
1:51:22
just do
1:51:23
John C Dvorak: this typical Dutch, by the way,
1:51:25
Unknown: if you could, if there was a pill, there's a pill that
1:51:30
I can take and not be gay anymore. I would have jumped on
1:51:34
it. And thank God I didn't because
1:51:37
Adam Curry: wow. Well, I I do not understand why the LGBTQ Qi
1:51:43
APK community is not outraged by this.
1:51:48
John C Dvorak: Well, a couple of things. First of all, yeah,
1:51:51
you're right. There's a mixed.
1:51:53
Adam Curry: Definitely, if you're saying when I was a kid,
1:51:56
I was so I was so freaked out. I was so confused because I take
1:52:00
an anti gay pill. Okay, but that's not exactly the way it
1:52:03
came out. And it just and it
1:52:05
John C Dvorak: did this this was a visual, they cut to his
1:52:09
husband and he had a look on his face like
1:52:19
it was not a good look.
1:52:21
Adam Curry: Here. Gilead is working on that.
1:52:23
Unknown: anti gay pill. Pete.
1:52:27
John C Dvorak: I think I think this is
1:52:29
Adam Curry: in the world of gayness in the world of gayness.
1:52:32
What.
1:52:33
John C Dvorak: I don't know what he was thinking to say that he
1:52:35
just and you could tell he was stammering here but
1:52:37
Adam Curry: in the world of gayness I think that most people
1:52:42
I know and love would say What a dumb as shit thing to say. That
1:52:48
just it seems like counterintuitive to the whole
1:52:51
message that he's portrayed supposed
1:52:53
John C Dvorak: to say something pants would say. Yeah, yeah,
1:52:59
exactly. All right. So anyway, I thought that was kind of
1:53:07
revealing.
1:53:08
Adam Curry: I have a few random clips that Tom Starkweather sent
1:53:11
to me. Well, I
1:53:12
John C Dvorak: got one more out of the debates. Okay. One second
1:53:16
ISO. One this was not this is not a good clip. But it was
1:53:21
suggested by one of our producers, and I heard it and I
1:53:25
said, I'll clip it, see if it works, but it doesn't work as
1:53:27
well as I'd like. This is the Barack Obama was abroad. You
1:53:30
clip
1:53:31
Unknown: Barack Obama was abroad.
1:53:33
Adam Curry: No, it doesn't work.
1:53:34
John C Dvorak: You can't clip it tight enough. It's not funny.
1:53:38
No, it's not fun.
1:53:39
Adam Curry: Okay, here is just some random clips. Amy
1:53:43
Klobuchar,
1:53:43
Unknown: because I know the vaccine is out there in the head
1:53:46
of some kid right now in school in Columbia, South Carolina, or
1:53:49
Houston, Texas. And it's investing in education.
1:53:53
Adam Curry: No, Amy, we already knew Gilead was going to solve
1:53:56
all your problems, to know Bloomberg as a favorite of the A
1:54:00
das community.
1:54:01
Unknown: And I know a lot of black people that if they were
1:54:04
white, it would have been a lot easier for them.
1:54:06
Adam Curry: I know a lot of black people. It's just not a
1:54:09
you don't start sentences like that if you're trying to appeal
1:54:13
to everybody. Bloomberg again,
1:54:17
Unknown: but right now, I'm sorry if she heard what she
1:54:21
thought she heard or whatever happened. I didn't take any
1:54:24
pleasure in that.
1:54:25
Adam Curry: Okay. And here's
1:54:28
Unknown: Pete, I'll tell you what the Russians want. They
1:54:30
don't have a political party. They want chaos. And chaos is
1:54:34
what is coming our way.
1:54:35
Adam Curry: Okay. And Warren, I talked to
1:54:38
Unknown: people in selfie lines every day.
1:54:39
Adam Curry: No, she's an amazing woman. She talks to people in
1:54:42
selfie lines every single day.
1:54:46
John C Dvorak: I want to say something about that. By the
1:54:49
way, that's the stupidest thing I've heard in the whole debate.
1:54:51
I talked to people in selfie lines. Yeah. Yeah. In other
1:54:56
words, people that's what she talks to that's for that sort of
1:54:58
source of information dared lie. made up to take a selfie. At the
1:55:01
end of the debates. Joe went down and mingled with the
1:55:07
audience and hats and was doing selfie after selfie. You had a
1:55:11
phone
1:55:12
Adam Curry: 1800 A $200 See donors that's not just an
1:55:15
audience of course he's gonna go down there and talk
1:55:18
John C Dvorak: Oh, that's there you go. That's right I forget
1:55:20
that element. But but the thing I noticed is that Joe no matter
1:55:24
what phone they gave him knew how to do cell.
1:55:29
Adam Curry: Wow, his arm piling out. You're piling on man.
1:55:33
That's really bad. And by the way, unlike you, I remember to
1:55:36
give you your clip of the day.
1:55:41
John C Dvorak: Sir John Well deserved.
1:55:43
Adam Curry: I'm not like you that tries to get away with not
1:55:45
playing it. You mentioned you're the man with the button. I do
1:55:50
have another kind of odd example. Yeah, Biden. He's
1:55:56
talking about I got a couple of Biden's to for you know, throw
1:55:58
this one out. Then we'll switch over the last
1:56:00
Unknown: point. If you take a look at it. China, China's China
1:56:07
and there's not I'm not happy about China doesn't have enough
1:56:11
water wa t er. They're talking about spending 10s of billions
1:56:16
hundreds of billions of dollars to try to turn around the river
1:56:19
so their population have potable water to drink. 40% of their
1:56:24
land is fluid cadmium, they can't grow things are in a
1:56:28
situation where they have 2 million Uyghurs Muslims to
1:56:32
prison camps in the mountains. You saw a tent you see what's
1:56:35
happening in Hong Kong. And now what they're trying to do with
1:56:39
regard to Thailand, folks, the idea the idea that they are
1:56:45
competition they're gonna beat us in
1:56:47
Adam Curry: bizarre Wow, Joe Wow, Joe. When it's water wa T E
1:56:56
R why why did he spell what what? what possibly could I
1:57:00
confuse water with? Or is he just doing like he was like kind
1:57:05
of like
1:57:07
John C Dvorak: giving you a board like Tip of the day for
1:57:09
that fine.
1:57:10
Adam Curry: Hip Hop guy. Joe to the beaker my wa T Oh what? I
1:57:17
don't know what he's doing.
1:57:19
John C Dvorak: What's he talking about? I
1:57:20
Adam Curry: don't know but I it's so it's I really feel
1:57:23
uncomfortable about it
1:57:30
yah, yah yah yah yah yah yah yah yah yah yah yah yah, yah, yah.
1:57:35
This did not sit well at all with the proto typical the proto
1:57:41
Ground Zero Bernie bro. Very, very upset and call and talk of
1:57:46
war. Actual war is now on the table. Can you surmise who I'm
1:57:51
speaking of?
1:57:53
John C Dvorak: Jory read.
1:57:55
Adam Curry: Close chunk, chunk, chunk,
1:57:59
John C Dvorak: chunk, chunk huger.
1:58:02
Adam Curry: And he was pissed. Maybe
1:58:04
Unknown: we thought we look at a week ago I would have told you I
1:58:07
didn't tell you Super Tuesday. I think we got this. Remember
1:58:10
we're talking about whispering trim. I think it might be over
1:58:13
on Super Tuesday. So I'm not saying this on behalf of TYT or
1:58:16
anything like that. We thought it was almost over Bernie was
1:58:18
going to win. Now it's not over now. We're in a tie. And now we
1:58:22
got absolute diggin warfare against the establishment. But
1:58:27
we didn't start the war. They'll lie about it again. We didn't
1:58:30
start the war. They started the war. They been lying about
1:58:32
Bernie Sanders. For God's sake on Castro. I could give you 1000
1:58:35
examples. Bernie Sanders said the same exact thing as Obama.
1:58:40
Everyone on TV is lie like, Oh my God, what an outrageous
1:58:44
thing. Bernie Sanders said. Obama said the same thing. No
1:58:46
getting shut up. Don't cover don't cover don't cover. Obama
1:58:49
said the same thing. Is Obama pro Fidel Castro. Same exact
1:58:54
thing. God dammit tell the truth. God dammit tell the
1:58:57
truth. If you're not gonna do it, we're gonna do it. Okay. And
1:58:59
so you want to go to war, we'll go to war. And that is what this
1:59:03
is. We cannot let Biden win guys, not just on progresses
1:59:06
versus establishment. This is so important. I need you to
1:59:09
understand this. Biden is not going to beat Trump. Biden is
1:59:14
either near senile, or actually senile watch any of the tapes.
1:59:19
And Biden lies nonstop. He's gonna get caught. He's okay. The
1:59:24
media is covering for him, but they're not going to be able to
1:59:26
cover when the Republicans come for him. And when Trump comes
1:59:29
for him, he's not gonna beat Trump. The establishment
1:59:32
candidate is less likely to beat Trump anyway, we just had 2016
1:59:35
establishment can be lost. Doofus like Trump, and now here
1:59:39
we go an establishment candidate that is far worse, with mental
1:59:42
his mental faculties under question. His record worse than
1:59:46
Hillary Clinton's. He lives 1000 times more than Hillary Clinton
1:59:50
did, right? And you're gonna run that guy, it gets Trump and
1:59:53
we're gonna lose to Trump again and maybe lose our democracy.
1:59:56
Hell no. Hell no. No Bernie Sanders. He's going to win this
2:00:01
race. And I'm telling you right now, and it's not just hey, we
2:00:04
got to go fight. It's also a prediction. Biden is not capable
2:00:08
of winning this and I'm we're not doing a brokered convention
2:00:11
where they give it to someone who didn't get less votes not
2:00:13
going to happen. Bernie Sanders is going to be the nominee. I'm
2:00:16
telling you right now. Yes.
2:00:18
Adam Curry: So a couple things. One. Yeah, I feel bad for giving
2:00:23
you
2:00:23
John C Dvorak: a clip of the day for that when you're done with
2:00:25
your talk.
2:00:25
Adam Curry: Oh, I'll take it right now, if you don't mind. I
2:00:29
hate to forget, it's like I sometimes deluded. Who do you
2:00:33
think has the better relationship with the unions? Is
2:00:37
that should be Bernie I would presume, right?
2:00:41
John C Dvorak: There's no evidence of this. Biden is old
2:00:46
school Democrat, old union guy. I'll tell you why I speak about
2:00:51
big unions. Yeah.
2:00:53
Adam Curry: I'm talking to United United Auto Workers. Is
2:00:55
that big?
2:00:57
John C Dvorak: It's as big as it is. Yes. Okay. The biggest. So
2:00:59
this has been a member twice. I might might add. Well, this
2:01:02
Adam Curry: is so here's my question. I find it incredibly
2:01:05
coincidental that after five years, five years, they've been
2:01:09
working on this case, just four days, but with a weekend four
2:01:14
days before the primary in Michigan. We have this story.
2:01:20
The United States at Michigan Of course, Detroit, Michigan, Motor
2:01:25
City,
2:01:25
Unknown: the United States of America is charging Mr. Jones
2:01:29
with one count of conspiracy to embezzle union funds, and
2:01:34
conspiracy to aid racketeering activity.
2:01:36
Adam Curry: This is the former United Auto Workers chief who
2:01:40
has been indicted for this for the horrible crimes listen to
2:01:43
them,
2:01:44
Unknown: in one count of conspiracy to defraud the United
2:01:46
States by failing to pay taxes on over $1 million that he and
2:01:52
his cohorts stole from the UAW. The allegations are that in
2:01:56
connection with his UAW roles, Mr. Jones conspired with other
2:02:01
UAW officials to steal over $1 million in UAW money and
2:02:06
property. Instead of that cash and property going to help the
2:02:11
men and women of the Union. Mr. Jones spend it on his own
2:02:15
personal enjoyment and on the whims of other high ranking
2:02:18
union officials. Mr. Jones, together with UAW officials,
2:02:22
Vance Pearson, and Edward Robinson spent UAW money on
2:02:26
items that the workers of the Union could scarcely afford.
2:02:30
These improper expenses were completely unrelated to Union
2:02:34
business, such as luxury condos and villas and California,
2:02:40
lavish dinners at expensive restaurants, premium liquor,
2:02:45
five sets of custom made golf clubs specially designed by a
2:02:50
golf pro, horseback riding on the beach.
2:02:54
Adam Curry: Now, there's a couple more in here, but yes, I
2:02:56
found that here in the United Auto Workers endorsed Bernie
2:03:01
Sanders. So what would I add? The way I read this is, this is
2:03:05
Bernie Sanders, you really want this is the guy who works with
2:03:08
these people. But these people is your unions. You want Oh,
2:03:12
this is horrible. And look at what they're doing. They're
2:03:14
there. And I love the specification of these horrible
2:03:18
crimes
2:03:19
Unknown: designed by a golf pro, horseback riding on the beach,
2:03:25
over $100,000 In golf, green fees, golf clothing, sunglasses,
2:03:32
and tips for caddies trips, over $60,000 in high end cigars,
2:03:38
cumin doors, and cigar paraphernalia. Over $8,000 In
2:03:44
spa treatments for UAW officials and their spouses, and much,
2:03:49
much more.
2:03:51
Adam Curry: I'm thinking we got to find us a union sounds like
2:03:54
party.
2:03:56
John C Dvorak: This is really a great clip.
2:04:00
Adam Curry: They're doing this to screw Bernie. Let's let's
2:04:03
John C Dvorak: let's analyze that for a moment in the golf
2:04:09
the emphasis on golf of course, is elitist Trump. Yep. Oh, yeah.
2:04:14
Trump. Yeah. This is like elitist to Trump by horseback
2:04:17
riding on the beach. This is what this is not what a union
2:04:19
man would do. It's just sewing from the feet it would
2:04:23
Adam Curry: have been would have been better if he said romantic
2:04:25
horseback rides on the beach.
2:04:27
John C Dvorak: But this is this is part of the of the I would
2:04:32
it's kind of like a reverse smear. To make Bernie a an
2:04:36
elitist ideology and all these socialists they want to take
2:04:39
your money and they're going to use it for their own pleasure.
2:04:42
And which is what you wanted to kind of bargain that you want to
2:04:44
sell people into to kill this idea of socialists being
2:04:48
anything but assholes stealing your money. And then they there
2:04:52
was they're driving around the big luxury cars, and they're
2:04:54
making you do all the work and tips, tips for caddies and tips
2:04:58
for caddies. That's so so this is a this is really and again it
2:05:03
would end a party that would be tight with the a lot of
2:05:08
dimensions that are the the upper echelons of the Democrats
2:05:12
and that this would be the way to go. This is a fantastic clip.
2:05:15
And you're right is is all about Bernie is all about embarrassing
2:05:19
Bernie in some awkward way after once they gave the endorsement
2:05:23
to Bernie. There's no reason the UAW should endorse Bernie by the
2:05:26
way that I can tell there's nothing connected.
2:05:30
Adam Curry: And when one of us has a really great clip and the
2:05:33
other one appreciates it. What do we do?
2:05:37
John C Dvorak: Well, what we do usually, but but as you
2:05:41
mentioned one time ago, that if somebody actually asked
2:05:48
Adam Curry: daddy frog to overclock them, if you ask you
2:05:53
get skipped. All right, well, you're mean.
2:05:59
John C Dvorak: Give yourself the Clip of the Day.
2:06:01
Adam Curry: Thank you. Everyone's calling for it, man.
2:06:07
I mean, if anything, you got to be worried about this stuff and
2:06:10
era. This is what it is.
2:06:11
Unknown: And the COVID 19 pandemic could lead to a ban on
2:06:14
guns and alcohol in one Illinois town champions Mayor signing an
2:06:19
executive order declaring a Coronavirus emergency includes
2:06:22
ordinances that allow for to ban the sale of firearms and booze.
2:06:27
spokesman for the city says they might not be implemented but are
2:06:31
in place to protect the welfare and safety of our community.
2:06:34
There are currently no cases of Coronavirus in Champaign,
2:06:38
Illinois and those are your headlines.
2:06:43
John C Dvorak: Okay, I'm going to give you a clip of the week
2:06:45
for that. Oh, thank
2:06:46
Adam Curry: you very much the
2:06:47
John C Dvorak: tip of the day Clip of the Day I'll take it
2:06:50
clip. This is the kind of a holes these little towns have
2:06:55
running them.
2:06:57
Adam Curry: I took a YouTube video which had gone around and
2:07:03
I tightened it up and I realized that it would work really well
2:07:05
for audio. At least that's how I felt about it this morning. This
2:07:09
is a super cut a compromise if you will, of every single big
2:07:15
brand Coronavirus, commercial running on television right now.
2:07:20
Did you see this thing? Nope. Okay, good because it'll work.
2:07:24
They all start off with the same Apple GarageBand somber piano
2:07:29
music and there's just a little more montage, you'll hear it.
2:07:32
And then they all go into the exact same format of programming
2:07:37
you based on your emotions, to buy their product because
2:07:43
they're your family. They're loyal to you. Gosh, darn it,
2:07:46
have a listen to every single Corona commercial today.
2:07:59
All the intros are like this.
2:08:01
Unknown: When we first opened our doors
2:08:03
since 1926. Since 1978, for 60 years or 75 years for over 80
2:08:08
years, in 90 years, over 100 years nationwide
2:08:12
has been on your side restaurants have always been
2:08:14
there for you. Nissan has been with you through thick and thin.
2:08:17
We will do what we've always done that took
2:08:20
care of people were people, people, people, people, people,
2:08:24
people, family, family, family, family, family, family, family,
2:08:27
family, families, families, families, even now, especially
2:08:32
now, especially now, right now, now more than ever, more than
2:08:36
ever. Today more
2:08:37
than ever today. More than ever, in times like this. At times
2:08:41
like these. It's during these difficult times in these
2:08:44
troubled times and challenging times, trying times. In these
2:08:47
times of
2:08:48
uncertainty during this time of great uncertainty during these
2:08:51
uncertain times. during these uncertain times and uncertain
2:08:54
times, in uncertain times, uncertain times, unprecedented
2:08:57
times, unprecedented times,
2:08:59
unprecedented times. This
2:09:00
unprecedented moment in our history is time of social
2:09:03
distancing while things have slowed down. As we turn more
2:09:06
notice, uptempo doors may be closed while the distance
2:09:10
between us has gotten bigger, the more we
2:09:12
stay apart,
2:09:12
we still find ways to stay close.
2:09:15
Even when we're apart.
2:09:16
Even if we can't stand closer than six feet. There's still
2:09:19
ways to touch each other,
2:09:21
all without leaving the comfort and safety of your home without
2:09:24
leaving the safety of your home from home.
2:09:26
Adam Curry: Your home and home home stay home slash home home.
2:09:30
Unknown: Home. That's the key. Buick and GMC are here to help.
2:09:35
Con Edison is here to help. We're here to help. Our teams
2:09:38
are here. We are here. We're here. We're here here for you.
2:09:42
We're here for you. We're here for you.
2:09:44
We are here for you. We are here for you.
2:09:46
We're here for you. We are here for you. We'll be here for you,
2:09:50
runnings is here for you. We're still
2:09:51
here for you.
2:09:53
We're with you. We're part of your community. Also you can
2:09:55
trust us. You can count on us and we'll get through this put
2:10:01
together, together, together. Together. Together, together,
2:10:06
together, together, together, together, together, together,
2:10:10
together, together, together, together, together, together,
2:10:14
together, together, together, together, together, together.
2:10:19
Adam Curry: Okay? We're not done yet, because now we have to go
2:10:21
up tempo towards the end of the song. Everyone's happy. We're
2:10:26
skateboarding in the house. And now we have to clap. We have to
2:10:29
clap for the first responders and for the nurses of the
2:10:32
doctors, the best club, please.
2:10:46
And you've probably seen every single one of those, and that is
2:10:49
what has been programmed into your foot
2:10:51
John C Dvorak: down, run together.
2:10:54
Adam Curry: Who put it together? Right? I have it in the show
2:10:57
notes somewhere who put it together? Well, I'm
2:10:59
John C Dvorak: gonna give you a clip of the day for finding it.
2:11:01
Adam Curry: Thank you. There's also there's another is
2:11:06
John C Dvorak: a real that is a fabulous clip.
2:11:10
Adam Curry: It really works.
2:11:12
John C Dvorak: I mean, it's just because it's so it's so
2:11:15
manipulative. It is incredibly it's it's stupid, manipulative,
2:11:21
it's actually evil.
2:11:23
Adam Curry: And here's Pelosi and Pelosi was on with was
2:11:27
Pelosi with. Well, let me see. But you'll get the idea. It's
2:11:33
only a short clip. That timetable
2:11:36
Unknown: because when I heard Mitch on the floor the other
2:11:38
day, he was saying we have all these things.
2:11:40
Adam Curry: This was Pelosi doing a little presser actually.
2:11:44
And she's angry at Mitch McConnell and angry at the
2:11:47
president but listen to what she's angry for.
2:11:49
Unknown: Want to review that timetable? Because when I heard
2:11:51
Mitch on the floor the other day, he was saying we have all
2:11:54
these things in here that we asked for. Now you reject it.
2:11:58
Now you rejected it. Speaking of Mitch, What's gotten into him?
2:12:02
Well, it's an indication the President is asking people to
2:12:05
inject Lysol into their lungs, and literally saying
2:12:12
Adam Curry: the President is asking people to inject Lysol
2:12:15
into their wounds. I thought you hyperventilated for a moment
2:12:18
there.
2:12:20
John C Dvorak: I realize I'm surprised they didn't do have a
2:12:24
heart attack. given you a clip of the day for finding out when
2:12:28
I never heard that horrible witch well beside before you go
2:12:36
on because it Pelosi did say something there on the interest
2:12:40
rates will never get lower. Let's play another Trump clip
2:12:43
from his when his little meeting there. Trump on negative
2:12:47
interest rates turned Holliday
2:12:49
Unknown: said that he wasn't interested in bringing interest
2:12:52
rates negative and that he saw a need for additional stimulus
2:12:56
from Congress. I know that you said we could wait and see on
2:12:59
stimulus and that you you want negative rates so
2:13:03
well I'm a believer in negative rates only if other countries
2:13:06
that are competitors look Germany they're an ally they're
2:13:09
friends of ours but they're still competitors on trade and
2:13:12
other things so Germany Japan others have negative rates and I
2:13:17
think if they do we're the most prime of the world you know
2:13:20
where it's based in many countries based on the dollar
2:13:23
the dollar is by far the strongest most powerful currency
2:13:26
in the world we've made it more powerful we've made it stronger
2:13:29
and certainly if they're going to have the advantage of
2:13:32
negative rates we should do I feel strongly we should have
2:13:35
negative rates negative rates is basically where they pay you
2:13:38
interest if you borrow money this is a new one. I've been
2:13:42
looking for something like that all my life that's a pretty good
2:13:44
one. But certainly if other countries are going to be paid
2:13:48
for putting out money I mean, think of it they're borrowing
2:13:53
money or instead of paying interest in getting paid what's
2:13:56
the craziest thing but you know what other countries are doing
2:13:58
it look at Germany look at Japan look at others and we're the
2:14:02
most prime in the world right now. And we have this we have
2:14:05
the currency and we have we have the power of the dollar
2:14:08
Adam Curry: Wow. Wow, just step the hell back and take this one.
2:14:13
Click I can kidding. So Trump is all in on the negative interest
2:14:19
rates Well, there you go.
2:14:20
John C Dvorak: Not always Yeah, he wants he wants it doesn't
2:14:22
want it and Pelosi is full of shit when she says it won't go
2:14:25
any lower the
2:14:27
Adam Curry: right the end is near. Oh my god. So well. Of
2:14:32
course from his perspective, we're not competitive with our
2:14:35
rates so we have to go to negative interest rates. That's
2:14:40
gonna be fun.
2:14:41
John C Dvorak: Now you're the guy came out some time ago to
2:14:45
saying that this tiger King thing is going to be the big hit
2:14:50
Nola risk. I
2:14:51
Adam Curry: think that was right. It was the hit of the of
2:14:53
the icon
2:14:54
John C Dvorak: a reviewer? Yeah, that I think nails it. And it
2:14:59
also produced an Number of ISOs that will work out we liked
2:15:02
that. And this review was very famous. You might recognize,
2:15:07
recognize him by his voice. But let's play Tiger King review.
2:15:12
Unknown: Hey, Twitter. Well, yours truly I just got back from
2:15:15
the golf course where I actually played pretty well. Oh, J now
2:15:23
it's back at home back to the couch back to television.
2:15:27
Listen, I've had so many people in my case asked me to watch
2:15:31
some show call. Tiger key. Well, yesterday I watched the show.
2:15:37
And oh my god is America in this bad shape? I watched about six
2:15:43
episodes of this show and I couldn't even believe what I was
2:15:45
looking at White people. What's what you were while animals
2:15:50
leave them animals alone?
2:15:51
Adam Curry: Never seen Mike Tyson. Oh, Jay.
2:15:55
Unknown: The show is crazy. But it's so crazy. You kind of keep
2:15:59
watching one thing I will say there's not a shred of doubt in
2:16:05
my mind that that lady's husband is a tiger she me right now. I'm
2:16:12
just saying take care of something better to watch. Wow.
2:16:20
Peak ironi on
2:16:21
Adam Curry: OJ blaming the woman Carol. Hey, big cats and
2:16:28
kittens, blaming Carol on feeding her husband killing her
2:16:32
husband. The irony is boiling oil you know just because it's
2:16:42
it's OJ so it's it's like shooting in front of an open
2:16:46
goal. So I think borderline is appropriate.
2:16:55
But it's not just MSNBC Fox Business News, Neil Cavuto. He
2:17:01
seems to like the death thing himself. Listen closely. It's
2:17:05
the numbers, listen closely
2:17:07
Unknown: extensively to spiking cases is not coming with a spike
2:17:11
in depth. Sadly enough. That's the one thing that's a big word.
2:17:16
It's not extensively the spiking cases is not coming with a spike
2:17:24
in depth. Sadly enough. That's the one thing to look at.
2:17:27
Because that's a big worry.
2:17:30
John C Dvorak: What sadly yeah. He said sadly enough in regards
2:17:34
to the death toll,
2:17:35
Adam Curry: yes. Yes. Sad. Sad. I wish I could report more death
2:17:40
and destruction. I just
2:17:42
John C Dvorak: like his numbers. I just That's pathetic.
2:17:44
Adam Curry: Just don't have it. I'm so sorry. By
2:17:47
John C Dvorak: where I'm giving you a clip of the day for that
2:17:49
because I'm so
2:17:52
Adam Curry: Hey, Monica.
2:17:55
John C Dvorak: Do we already do this? Oh, I can't stop. Stop it.
2:17:59
No agenda. Stop it. That'd be
2:18:09
awesome new gear people
2:18:10
Adam Curry: What the heck just happened? Oh, my goodness. That
2:18:13
was that was a Tourette's? No, no, man. That was a MIDI
2:18:17
control, freak out. Hold on a second. All I wanted was my clip
2:18:21
for the day. And now that won't even play. Don't worry. If
2:18:24
you're listening to this on the live stream, it'll never make it
2:18:27
to the show. I'll clip it all out. Now you want to good, it's
2:18:31
good. But I can't get it to fire now.
2:18:35
John C Dvorak: But then you don't get it back.
2:18:39
Adam Curry: Right. But I don't know if anything else works
2:18:40
either. No, doesn't like
2:18:42
John C Dvorak: the whole thing is dead. Well,
2:18:45
Adam Curry: maybe this will help. If I just jiggle the
2:18:47
handle. Maybe Maybe it'll come back to life. But all right. So
2:18:50
I'll have to earn my Clip of the Day. Again, then we have coming
2:18:56
out of the woodworks senior executive of a Texas emergency
2:19:00
room chain when he posted this publicly on Twitter. And this
2:19:06
has been picked up by mobile, the Gateway Pundit woohoo. Let
2:19:11
me just tell you what he says. Where are we? Oh, crap. I've
2:19:17
lost my spot here. Oh, this is mainly about the hospital ICUs.
2:19:23
And there's and I have actually clipped to go with this. What
2:19:27
we're hearing now is we have an increase. So yes, deaths are not
2:19:31
following the cases, even though these cases are super inflated,
2:19:34
because we now know there could be a factor of 15 of contact
2:19:38
traces that are added to this cases list. And even this I
2:19:41
mean, I don't know is that really true? Is that what
2:19:44
they're doing? It's I saw the document they showed it on the
2:19:46
in the city council meeting. I presume that's what's happening.
2:19:51
But then we have the deaths. Well, that Pete There are more
2:19:55
people dying. I mean, it's not like last month and it's it is
2:19:59
increasing. It's not Not exactly like the beginning where the
2:20:01
where the deaths were following the cases, but there are people
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dying and it's more than last month. Well, there's an
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explanation for that.
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Unknown: Hospitals on health care workers, paramedics and
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doctors and nurses. It's really taking a toll on the nation in
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the health care system in general, especially, you know,
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with the increasing number of hospitalizations and cases, it
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puts a strain during July which is a very important time of the
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year because we tend to see more deaths in the month of July
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because of the new health care professionals that are entering
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the residency program so we've got a lot to do it comes down to
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simply wait wait, wait wait, wait, wait, wait, wait,
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wait, wait, you're about to make something really important point
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about mass but what did you tell me? You just said that in the
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month of July you see death rates increase because you've
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got new students medical, you know, professionals coming
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online. Sure.
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What is so yes, lies when Yes. It's
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Adam Curry: not so much that that's the fact but you know,
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this is a medical professional going this sure shouldn't. It's
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not like she's horrible. Fact. Sure. Sure. Students, medical
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professionals coming online for sure. What is so yes,
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Unknown: lies when Yes, July is typically the month where we
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