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May 11th, 2023 • 2h 59m

1554: The Verger

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John C Dvorak: Exactly can down the road. Adam curry, John C.
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Devorah.
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Adam Curry: There's a May 11 2023 award winning
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combination media assassination episode 1554.
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Unknown: This is no agenda,
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Adam Curry: deconstructing 45 and 42 and broadcasting live
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from the heart of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region
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number six in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry,
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John C Dvorak: and for Northern Silicon Valley where we're all
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wondering whether it's true or not, that super beats is a game
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changer. I'm John C. Dvorak.
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Adam Curry: Okay, I'll bite superbeets You mean the super
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beats that all the the radios radio shows advertise? Yeah.
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That's been around forever.
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John C Dvorak: Super Game Changer. It's gonna be a game
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changer.
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Adam Curry: A Game changer.
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John C Dvorak: What it said in the last ad I saw
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Adam Curry: that it No, man, that's not a game changer. It's
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all that stuff is lame. What's the Vita veggie regimen?
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John C Dvorak: The edge of a supervised super vitamin super
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Adam Curry: now see now see, it's such a bad commercial.
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We've seen it a million times.
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John C Dvorak: It's I always think it was super vital. Vital
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vite by no super bits. No,
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Adam Curry: it's vital bits. It's no it's not bits. It's
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something it's it's fights. It's it's taking your vegetables in
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powder form. Yeah.
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John C Dvorak: Whatever. I know what it is.
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Adam Curry: Fruit super device. So it's fruits and it's no super
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fruit. No, this is how bad it is. Even the troll room doesn't
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know what it is. This is this is to hear that. I
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John C Dvorak: already knows what it is. No, they don't. They
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do provide
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Adam Curry: some No. No, but we're registering that domain
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name supervisors. Everybody gets you a supervisor. It's super
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fruit. No, it's daily something or other like, look, look, look.
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There's so much going on. And none of it is honest on the
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news. It's great.
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John C Dvorak: So much is going on. They're not even reporting
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half of it. You know?
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Adam Curry: I know.
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John C Dvorak: I watched the entire CBS News Hour with Nora.
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And there was all you're talking about is Trump. Oh yeah. That
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pinch the girl's ass and he's a rapist but he's not a rapist. He
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was found not guilty of rape and his lawyer comes as well. He
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wasn't a rapist. But guys, the horrible lawyer
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Adam Curry: what the lawyer said at least he's not a rapist.
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John C Dvorak: Kinda let me I think I have the full report
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here. Why don't we play
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Adam Curry: it? Oh, okay. I've saw those in your clips. Like,
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are we really going to do this rape story, but yes, we are.
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Okay. Well,
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John C Dvorak: let's put it this way. Comer comes out with a
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bunch of damning evidence against the Biden family. It's
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not even touch. We have those clips. CIA is busted for some
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for fixing the last 2020 election. It's not even touched.
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Well, but yeah.
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Adam Curry: You mean the letter? Yeah, of course. It's balanced
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of nature. That's what it is balance of what a dumb
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John C Dvorak: name. phallus of nature. Oh, yeah. superbikes
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Adam Curry: much better supervised.com provides.com.
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Everybody. All right, let's get into this. CBS is right. There's
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so much happening. The border, by the way, which everyone's
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dishonest about. I got some clips on that. There's gonna be
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dynamite show. We have.
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John C Dvorak: Let's go. We have at the Rockies group.
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Adam Curry: We got everything. But first, let's start off with
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right.
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Unknown: We begin with breaking news verdicts in this. Former
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President Donald Trump, a federal jury in New York found
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Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing advice columnist E. Jean
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Carroll nearly 30 years ago. The jury also
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Adam Curry: did they explain here that this is a civil case
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and what the difference is between a federal case and or a
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criminal case and a civil case and they explain this in this
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report.
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Unknown: But your comedian on the former president liable for
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defaming Carroll when he denied the allegations, and said she
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was lying to get publicity for her book. The former writer for
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Elle magazine was awarded $5 million in damages to trial saw
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Carol testify in graphic detail about the assault inside a
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luxury department store dressing room in the 1990s. The jury was
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also shown a videotaped deposition of Trump being
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questioned under oath about the allegations. CBS is Elaine
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Kahan, who has been following the trial is going to start us
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off tonight outside the federal courthouse in New York City.
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Good evening, Elaine.
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Good evening, Nora E. Jean Carroll appeared to not as the
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jury's decision was read. It was an emotional nine day trial and
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in a statement, Carol called the verdict of victory not just for
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her, but for democracy,
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Adam Curry: democracy survivors. Sit for democracy.
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Unknown: Writer e Jean Carroll walked out of court saying very
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little but the jury's verdict spoke volumes. After just under
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three hours of deliberations, the jury of six men and three
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women found Trump liable for one count of battery and one count
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of defamation. It awarded Carol about $2 million for abuse, and
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about 3 million for defamation. This verdict
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Adam Curry: is the first time that a former president of the
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United States has actually been found liable for sexual abuse.
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Oh, wait a minute. Can't Monica Lewinsky go back now and get
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some get some dough? Doesn't this open it up to any
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president? How about Jack Kennedy? Can this happen now?
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John C Dvorak: Anyone can do anything they want. But no one's
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doing it that this happened to be rigged. You know a jury in
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New York City that for some reason took a dislike to Trump.
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Well, because it went from Democrat to Republican we're
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Adam Curry: joking around here. But of course rape has nothing
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to laugh about. However, the actual so called victim herself
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went on Anderson we played that in the last show Anderson Cooper
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show saying oh no, it's like a joke about it and joked about
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it. Yes,
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Unknown: as well as information. Carol had accused Trump of
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raping her and the New York Department Store dressing room
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in the mid 90s. She first went public with her claim in her
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2019 memoir. Trump denied the accusation calling it a hoax.
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I was falsely accused by this woman. I have no idea who she
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is. It's ridiculous.
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During the trial cameo,
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Adam Curry: I have to say that's just isn't. It's a dumb response
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that Trump is giving there. Of course, you know who she is.
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She's suing, you know, you know what I mean? It's like he keeps
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a piece that says I watched the whole townhall which we'll get
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to in a minute. And he kept saying the same thing. Like I've
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never I've never I don't know what this woman is what you do,
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obviously. You know, it's a weird way to address it.
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Unknown: Trump denied the accusation, calling it a hoax.
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I was falsely accused by this woman. I have no idea who she
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is. It's ridiculous.
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During the trial, Carol gave graphic testimony. She told
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jurors, I'm here because Donald Trump raped me. And when I wrote
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about it, he said it didn't happen. He shattered my
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reputation.
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Adam Curry: No nice cut off there.
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John C Dvorak: I thought Yeah, cut it there. Because what
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reputation as being a rape
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Adam Curry: victim. Now she works. She was a writer for Elle
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Elle magazine.
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John C Dvorak: She still is a writer.
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Adam Curry: You heard of her before this? I think I think he
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boasted her reputation. Actually. She should be paying
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him for the reputation up edge.
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John C Dvorak: Here's the weird we're a DISM. I have a comment
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on this next short clip. This is DJT rape case. Marla.
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Unknown: Trump waived his right to testify and the defense
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called no witnesses. outside the courthouse. His lawyer Jota
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Kapena said the deck was stacked against his client.
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Barbie was obviously very happy that Donald Trump was not
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branded a rapist.
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But during the trial jurors heard parts of Trump's
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deposition in the case that she's not my type. He Miss
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identified Carol in a photograph as his second wife Marla Maples.
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John C Dvorak: Marla. Hey, I saw that photo. Ah, and I've met
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Marla Maples. I know what she looks like that was Marla
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Maples. Oh, really? Yeah. And they've showed the photo on the
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TV. I've seen this photo before. He's got his he's got to Vaughn
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Ivana on the right. And then Marla Maples is standing there.
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She's very distinctively look she looks. She's a distinctive
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looking woman. She is not as photogenic as she is actually
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beautiful in real life. I've talked about this before
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Adam Curry: but how does this pertain to this case that he
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apparently Miss identified her?
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John C Dvorak: They claim me Miss identified or he never went
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to testify. They show the picture. He says there's Ivana
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and there's Marla, my ex wife. And then they take that and
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twist it into he miss identified I was before was that evidence a
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hoax?
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Adam Curry: Was that evidence they used in in the draw that
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picture? Oh, interesting.
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John C Dvorak: And the picture I'm telling you it was a picture
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of Marla Maples. It is not this woman.
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Adam Curry: All right now we have to know just you can you
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can abbreviate it. In what context? Did you meet Marla
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Maples?
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John C Dvorak: The weird one I went to there was a big computer
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confab in New York City. And one of the one of the vendors had a
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an event and I can't remember who the who the vendor was which
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makes you wonder how well because it was boss Gucci Oh,
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nice house. Oh man.
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Adam Curry: You have lived the life Haven't you? I mean, listen
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to this. I just happen to be at Bob Gucci and Gucci on his
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house. Publisher of a penthouse. Okay,
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John C Dvorak: So Bob Guccio in his house at the time was the
10:02
largest Bob to you, right? Hey, Bob. Yeah, Bob. Yeah, it was the
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largest single family dwelling in Manhattan,
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Adam Curry: later owned by Epstein.
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John C Dvorak: Is that was that?
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Adam Curry: I don't know. I don't know. Just that's I
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thought that was the claim that that was the largest family
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today. There's
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John C Dvorak: a lot of people there and Marla Maples was one
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of them.
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Adam Curry: She Hey, hey, Marla.
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John C Dvorak: I chatted with her for a minute or two. She of
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course, does, as she's kind of bubbly until I said, What do you
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do? I'm a writer of that was that
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Adam Curry: she weren't. You weren't interesting to her.
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John C Dvorak: But I made this one observation. She, for one
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thing, she's prettier in person than she is in those photos.
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She's actually kind of a drop dead knockout in person. She's
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and in photo. She's pretty, but she's not as good looking as she
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is in person
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Adam Curry: where she ever ain't house.
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John C Dvorak: Washing? No, I don't think so. And are you
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ever?
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Adam Curry: Were you ever in penthouse?
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John C Dvorak: I was in the penthouse building. Okay. All
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right. No, what would I be doing in penthouse? I did get to be a
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judge for the art competition. That penthouse is one of their
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spin offs. Once did they used to have a science fiction magazine.
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And there was an art judge for that operation. Marla
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Adam Curry: Maples was I'm just looking at some pictures, seeing
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if there's anything in Panto, she was she really truly is kind
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of like the All American, all of our all American Girl. And now
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it looks like she was pretty on all natural.
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John C Dvorak: Well, when you saw her and in person, you you
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could imagine, I mean, the first thing that comes to mind if she
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put her hooks into you, which she did to Trump told me we're
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doomed. We're
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Adam Curry: doomed. Alright, let's finish this because we
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have other things to talk about, then patching gossip
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John C Dvorak: is good. Go on with that clip three, wrap it
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up. For more.
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Unknown: Let's bring in chief Washington correspondent Major
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Garrett. Good evening. Right? What's the political impact of
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this? Because he's running for President?
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Yes. And he's the current Republican front runner, not
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just a former president, but this was an all terms nor a
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character sketch of Donald Trump then and now and how and Senate
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Republicans are not rallying to his defense. Just talk about the
12:19
case for a second. The defense for former President Trump was
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he's rude, he's crude, but he wouldn't sexually batter this
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woman and then defame her. Well, in a contested process where
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everyone had every opportunity to put evidence and witnesses
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before a jury. A jury said no, in fact, that's precisely what
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the former president did. Now, those who rally to the former
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president's defense say, well, there was a character debate in
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2016. He passed and was elected or this is all politically
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timed. But Senate Republican leaders today nor on Capitol
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Hill in the aftermath of this verdict said there's too much
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drama voters will evaluate that. And yes, Trump could get the
12:53
nomination but he can't be elected in a general election.
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That's Senate Republicans. Their verdict on this verdict?
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Bull crap.
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Adam Curry: Not true.
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John C Dvorak: It's true. He says, Oh, the Senate ripping
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always says Senate Republicans, by the way, never mentioned his
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house republicans but he says Senate Republicans aren't
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rallying to his defense. Why would they? What are they going
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to do to set up a picket line? What did he What is he talking
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about?
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Adam Curry: Don't know? Well, that was the breaking news. Oh,
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there was more breaking news.
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John C Dvorak: By the way. It was stopped. Hold on one second.
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That was at the beginning of the news. The beginning that was hit
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that was the top of the news. There was nothing about Biden.
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Adam Curry: Oh, no, no, because we had more breaking news. I was
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in the car. I was driving. I took her Tina to the airport.
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I'm driving back breaking news breaking.
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Unknown: Moments after pleading not guilty, just 13 criminal
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charges. George Santos was on the federal courthouse steps
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Adam Curry: they go home every single day because I have Sirius
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XM in the car. The Fox, CNN MSNBC, I think even CNBC when
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breaking knows, there's some douchebag and something who
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cares breaking news crush of reporters
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Unknown: to find this effort. I'm gonna fight the witch and
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I'm gonna take care of clear my name and I look forward to doing
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the indictment accuses the freshman Congressman of wire
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fraud, money laundering, public funds and lying to Congress
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about his finances. Federal prosecutors say Santos devised
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and executed a scheme to defraud supporters of his candidacy.
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Telling donors their money would be used for things like campaign
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ads, but instead paying off personal debts and buying
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clothes, the government job of collecting 10s of 1000s of
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dollars and unemployment money from the state of New York
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during the pandemic, all the while making a salary of
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$120,000 in Florida. Meanwhile, Sanchez is adding on a $500,000
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bond he faces if convicted on these charges a maximum sentence
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of up to 20 years but It's unlikely that he would get us
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edges that long.
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Adam Curry: Meanwhile, Sam has taught me Sam Backman. Fried
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roams around free at his parents house. I mean, the the world has
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gone nuts.
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John C Dvorak: And then the Senate you've taught me for more
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mundane news into Trump.
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Adam Curry: Now we go to the House Oversight Committee who
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had a very reasonable presentation. And it must have
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been difficult for the newsrooms because this Comber combers is
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it commerces name? Coma?
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John C Dvorak: Yes, yes. Yes, coma coma coma
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Adam Curry: it big black guy and I was like, oh, we can't call
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white supremacy or anything on this. What are we gonna do
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John C Dvorak: in a coma is not a black guy.
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Adam Curry: Who's the black guy?
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John C Dvorak: I don't know who the bike guy was the black guy.
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No, no combers or what big
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Adam Curry: white guy? Oh, well, who was the big black guy they
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got a big black guy good looking big black guy out in front doing
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this. Well listen to this.
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Unknown: In March the committee released its first bank records
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memorandum that showed a Biden associate Rob Walker
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Adam Curry: are those Byron Donalds Byron Donalds? No, not
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Isaac Hayes troll room. Good one, though now.
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Unknown: From the Chinese to various Biden family members.
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Democrats dismissed the evidence, even though it was
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based on bank records directly from the bank. The Democrats on
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the Oversight Committee received the same records as the
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Republicans and they were able to verify the information.
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Democrat said all the bank records showed were Papa John's
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and Starbucks receipt.
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Adam Curry: So that's all they could find. This is so good.
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This is so good. I think now we get now we get to Byron,
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Unknown: when we're talking about these associates, what
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what are we really getting at? First? They they use them as
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vehicles to move money directly into Biden family accounts. Why
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is that? It's because they were looking to obfuscate and hide
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where the money was coming from. For example, the Biden's use
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their associate Rob Walker to bring in millions of dollars
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from China and Romania. Walker's Limited Liability Company
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Robinson, Walker LLC paid Hunter, James Halley and others
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in the Biden network. nearly $2 million. Yeah, after foreign
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money hit his account 1/3 to the Biden's that was the pattern.
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For example, on March 1 2017, only two months after Joe Biden
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left office, Robinson Walker received a $3 million wire from
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state energy HK limited a Chinese entity. The next day 1/3
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of that money $1,065,000 went to the bank account in Abu Dhabi of
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the company, e IG, which was controlled by James gilliat.
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Another Biden associate over the next three months, Robinson
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Walker LLC since 16, incremental payments of two more than a two
17:53
to over five different Biden accounts totaling $1,065,692.
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This included payments to James Biden, who received five wires
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and over $50,000, who did no discernible work to earn that
18:09
money. A third to get er, a third to the Biden's
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Adam Curry: yeah, I've had LLCs and stuff and you know, I mean,
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how do you even think you can move this money around like that
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without, without someone getting? I don't know,
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suspicious?
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John C Dvorak: Nobody got suspicious until just recently,
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look how long it's been going on.
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Adam Curry: But what about the IRS, the IRS doesn't look at
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this and go, I mean, when when we went to get our mortgage,
18:35
just just a mortgage for this hot for this house. And you
18:38
know, you deposit every two weeks, you deposit money into my
18:43
account in the bank in California, and I have to then
18:45
write a check. Because we can't actually that bank is so weird.
18:49
You can't actually wire money. So I have to write a check to
18:52
myself, and then deposit it in my in my community bank here.
18:57
Then I got question, what is this? What is this money? What's
18:59
his money being deposited? For myself? Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's
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someone just trying to spike your account. No. So but Biden's
19:08
no problem. Third, last clip here.
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Unknown: the Biden family doesn't really have a business
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John C Dvorak: well established second. Just compare the story,
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as is just unfolding in real time, by actual congressman to
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the George Santos story. Yeah, exactly. Why is the Santos
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story? Top of the news and why don't we have exactly the story?
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totally ignored by CBS.
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Adam Curry: Okay, I have to say this, what they did wrong, is
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you got to this outside on the steps. They did inside you know,
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they had the flags, they had the little podium. They should have
19:43
done something like oh what Congress people outside on steps
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in front of Capitol great shot. It was not a good visual. So I
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think that is a mistake on their part. Oh,
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John C Dvorak: they should hire a PR agent. Yeah, just to get
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the news. News organization supposed to be like Hot on this
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sort of thing. It's not important to be sold a bill of
20:04
goods by a public relations person. We
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Adam Curry: have response from the director of CNN,
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Unknown: look over here, nothing to see.
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Adam Curry: Look at that guy back to the final clip.
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Unknown: the Biden family doesn't really have a business.
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There is no business structure around this family, except
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politics. And since Joe Biden has spent decades in the Senate,
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served eight years as Vice President, and is now President
20:29
of the United States, and the family's getting money from
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various countries and foreign businesses, through various
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shell companies and this web of LLCs I mean, guys, you in the
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press? This is easy pickings. I'm giving you a Pulitzer stuff.
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Adam Curry: Looking at it, you told me that anyone can get a
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Pulitzer Pulitzer is easy, easy, easy. pickins, isn't it?
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John C Dvorak: No, you had to be connected.
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Unknown: Oh, man, guys, you in the press? This is easy
20:56
pickings. I'm giving you Pulitzer stuff here. Like all
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you have to do is literally look at our memo and see the level of
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detail upon which they have created this. And it's very,
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it's very, very frustrating. We have now been able to clearly
21:08
see that. The Biden's associates like Rob Walker, Eric Sherman
21:12
has been discussed, created at least 16. Companies, while Joe
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Biden was Vice President of the United States, 16 companies
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created while he was vice president. Now the list is 20.
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And as we continue our investigation, that list is
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growing. And like I said before, the question is, so serve what
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purpose. And the purpose of all these companies being created is
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to conceal money that the Biden family has been gaining, gaining
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gaining, because Joe Biden has been sitting at the upper
21:45
echelon of our politics for almost five decades.
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Adam Curry: No, there you go. And as you point out, nothing
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silence silence silence from the total
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John C Dvorak: silence by the mainstream media on this
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believable now, especially after the Donald Trump rape case. And
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as George Santos who gives a shit about George Santos story.
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Adam Curry: Well, at least ABC This Week was your shuffle,
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libelous. At least they're on top of what the people think of
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Joe Biden.
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John C Dvorak: Wait, wait. You mean on the Sunday morning show
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that nobody watches? Yeah, that would
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Adam Curry: be the one political director
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Unknown: Rick Klein here break it down. And Rick, this polish
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is brutal for President Biden.
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Absolutely. George and we talked earlier about that record low
22:27
approval rating for President Biden, it's actually six points
22:29
down just since February, and the skepticism over his
22:32
leadership extends deep inside his own party. Only 36% of
22:37
Democrats think that their party should nominate Joe Biden for a
22:40
second term. 58% say they would support someone else prefer
22:44
someone else.
22:45
Adam Curry: This is what was funny. So the guy has has his
22:47
screen up. And it's like 38%, Joe Biden and then 58%. Someone
22:52
else? I've never seen that. It's always been there's always been
22:56
a name. I mean, literally just said someone else.
23:01
John C Dvorak: The majority of it literally says someone else.
23:04
Yeah,
23:05
Adam Curry: we all know it's Michelle Obama, but Okay,
23:07
someone
23:10
Unknown: supports someone else who prefer someone else. That's
23:12
despite the fact that the entire DNC and most of the Democratic
23:15
establishment has rally behind President Biden, and you're
23:18
seeing real weaknesses in the coalition that powered Joe Biden
23:22
to the presidency back in 2020. Biden carried independents by 13
23:26
points against Donald Trump, he is now trailing Trump by nine
23:29
points. Most same voters, he carried black voters by 75
23:34
points in 2020. Now he's up just 35. That may sound like a lot,
23:38
but the fact Oh,
23:39
Adam Curry: I guess they're not black anymore. 4040 Black
23:43
Americans are no longer black matter
23:44
Unknown: is in modern politics. That is not the kind of number
23:47
that a Democrat needs to be victorious. And then of course,
23:50
that that does spill over into the head to head matchup the
23:52
hypothetical rematch Trump versus Biden, right now a seven
23:56
point edge in our poll from Trump leading Biden, and fastest
24:00
an identical number with Ron DeSantis. In a head to head that
24:04
might happen next November. That tells us at this very early
24:07
stage, George that this race is shaping up a lot more about the
24:10
incumbent President Joe Biden, than it is about any of his
24:13
challengers.
24:14
Adam Curry: Yeah. Oh, boy. Oh, boy. Well, that's all part of
24:16
the takedown that you you signaled to take down of Joe
24:19
Biden and you believe Kamala Harris is is on deck.
24:26
John C Dvorak: Sick is that is Yeah, yeah.
24:28
Adam Curry: Oh, by the way, this may be there's a little clip
24:31
here. Just I think President Biden was talking to Chinese
24:36
American business women. I think that's what he's talking to. And
24:40
this is part of the reason I think why Americans just
24:43
Americans are all kinds of creed races, backgrounds, religions. I
24:48
think that kind of like this guy's toast. We can't have this
24:51
guy.
24:51
Unknown: Groundbreaking Asian Americans like very Wang.
24:55
Adam Curry: Vera Wang groundbreaking yet 40 years ago.
25:00
But okay.
25:01
Unknown: Americans like Vera Wang, and and Jones this machine
25:06
gang pasma Shanga koala koala? They can't pronounce it
25:15
Adam Curry: correctly? I don't think so. Anyway, for President
25:21
Trump did a town hall on CNN very, very interesting. And we
25:25
know CNN has new ownership, new boss in town, this is rather
25:31
early to have any type of Town Hall from any candidate. So
25:36
there was a lot of Pooh poohing from the political left and what
25:40
it was about, what a student doing that just riding tours,
25:43
but why were they brought up? Well, of course, of course,
25:47
they're doing it for the ratings. And what was the the
25:50
woman's name who did? What I think she did a very admirable
25:57
job. What is her name again?
26:01
John C Dvorak: Nobody thought so.
26:02
Adam Curry: I, you know, first of all, considering it's exactly
26:06
what you'd expect from Trump, he answered everything exactly the
26:09
way he would have, you know, six years ago. Yeah. Yes. If you're,
26:15
if you're on the left, you thought she did a great job,
26:18
which I'm not either. If you're on the right, you know why she
26:21
was stupid, you know, Trump, Trump own? Of course, he owned
26:26
her. Sure. She got her questions, and she didn't she
26:28
didn't break the core. Um, I thought I'll give her props for
26:32
doing sauce.
26:32
John C Dvorak: I you know, I did a couple of things. One, I
26:38
didn't watch this except in pieces, because I figured you
26:41
would. And he did. I don't know how we do that. But it manages
26:45
its band. Like yes. That's weird. And I the pieces I saw I
26:51
thought she was just kind of a creep.
26:54
Adam Curry: Well, of course, it debated Caitlin Collins. This is
26:57
yes. Now I will say the choice of outfit is not what I would
27:02
have selected as stylist and just acting as a producer here
27:05
for a moment. I don't think all white was appropriate. She
27:11
needed to hit. I don't know what what that was supposed to
27:13
signal. But it didn't it made her look too nice. Compared to
27:18
her very accentuated makeup and dark hair. So just as just as a
27:23
producer thing. I thought that was a bad choice. She didn't
27:26
have power. You know, it was not a power outfit.
27:29
John C Dvorak: Yeah, it should have been red or blue or
27:31
something like anything.
27:34
Adam Curry: Anyway, so I have two highlights, one from CNN
27:38
themselves. And then of course from some political YouTuber
27:44
John talks. So you can you can slice it both ways. CNN
27:48
highlight reel first.
27:51
Unknown: Former President Trump met a friendly audience in New
27:54
Hampshire. He even drew laughs when he mocked the trial in
27:56
which a jury found him liable for sexual abuse. What kind of a
28:00
woman meets somebody and brings them up and within minutes,
28:03
you're playing Hanky Panky in a dressing room. Okay.
28:07
Trump also defended comments he made on the Access Hollywood
28:10
tape saying he could grope women. I said
28:13
it's been true for 1 million years approximately a million
28:15
years perhaps a little bit longer than that.
28:17
So you stand by those call. I don't want to lie on abortion.
28:20
He says he favors exceptions for rape, incest and the mother's
28:23
life but would not say if he'd signed a federal abortion ban.
28:27
Some people
28:28
are at six weeks some people are threatening. President Trump is
28:33
going to make a determination what he thinks is great for the
28:37
country
28:37
throughout the townhall host Caitlin Collins often sparred
28:40
with Trump. I would like for you to answer this very simple.
28:45
It's very simple to you are nasty person.
28:48
Adam Curry: That was that was it was so uncalled for what she did
28:51
there, that he that she deserved that comment from him, what did
28:55
he do? That's why I asked that. We sit
28:58
Unknown: here listening to President Trump is going to make
29:01
a determination when
29:02
Adam Curry: she was hounding him. She kept hounding him
29:04
saying, Well, what are you good? Would you sign a national
29:07
abortion ban? Will you sign and he was very clear, he's like,
29:09
you know, what he was basically saying was, I'm going now that
29:13
Roe v Wade has been overturned, there's negotiation room, which
29:16
I didn't put in this clip. He said, it used to be that pro
29:20
lifers had zero negotiation. And as we all saw, with our own
29:25
eyes, the pro abortion choice, whatever you want to call it,
29:30
they pushed so far, it was like wow, and the baby's dead born
29:33
you can still kill it, you know, three weeks up to nine years
29:35
old, you should be able to kill the kid. They push, they push,
29:38
they push the push, and Trump now says appropriately says now
29:41
there's negotiating room and he's clearly signaling that he's
29:45
not all in on no abortion whatsoever that it's up for
29:49
negotiation. She kept saying, dang it. Man. It was it was
29:56
annoying because he was clearly saying, hey, it's open for
29:59
negotiation. We're gonna end the country is not all pro life and
30:03
not all pro choice. And he was saying that in a very reasonable
30:07
tone. And then she just got all that you did get nasty about it
30:10
and you'll hear
30:11
Unknown: it hear what he thinks is great for the country
30:14
throughout the townhall host Caitlin Collins often sparred
30:17
with Trump. I would like for you to answer. It's very
30:19
simple. It's very simple to your nasty person.
30:24
Adam Curry: It was uncalled for my my
30:30
Unknown: prompting testy moment, given many opportunities to
30:33
accept the 2020 election results, he continued to make
30:36
false claims, and he would not take aside in the ongoing and
30:40
bloody war in Ukraine.
30:42
Can you say if you want Ukraine or Russia to win this war?
30:46
I want everybody to stop dying.
30:49
Adam Curry: The Dow Heath was really anti war. very appealing,
30:53
I think to people certainly to that crowd. So now here's a
30:57
here's a more pro Trump cut of the CNN evening. It's a super
31:01
cut. So of course, we always have to put stupid music
31:04
underneath the flight of the bumblebees, music please people
31:07
stop doing that John talks from YouTube. What is the
31:10
Unknown: first thing you would do to help bring down the cost
31:12
to make things more affordable?
31:14
Drill Baby Drill and by the way, the way he got out of
31:22
Afghanistan was the single most embarrassing moment in the
31:26
history of our
31:27
country. Why did you why did it take me three hours to tell them
31:30
to go home
31:30
I don't believe let me pull it out I have 26 I'm a veteran a
31:40
helped manage a private aviation company wanted your loved one
31:45
Yeah. Yeah, I'm looking for somebody very good
31:48
Ukraine to win this war.
31:51
I don't think in terms of winning and losing I think in
31:53
terms of getting it settled so we stop killing all these people
31:56
and breaking down
32:03
by a crazy woman named Nancy Pelosi is what you give Ukraine
32:07
country is being destroyed by stupid people by very stupid
32:10
people. You want
32:11
said that using the using the debt ceiling as a negotiating
32:15
wedge would just could not happen you you said that when
32:18
you were in the Oval Office. So why is it different now that
32:21
you're out of office? Now? I'm
32:22
not President
32:28
Are you ready? Can I talk? Yeah, what can I do mind?
32:32
I would like for you to it's
32:33
very simple. It's very simple to your nasty person.
32:39
Adam Curry: Stop doing the music people. So I thought by far the
32:43
most interesting
32:43
John C Dvorak: that was that was you know, as super cuts go.
32:46
Adam Curry: It was not a great was really crappy.
32:47
John C Dvorak: Yeah,
32:48
Adam Curry: I know. But I'm just showing you that you could cut
32:50
this either way you want it depending on whoever you work
32:53
for. Or if you're on YouTube, and you Yeah.
32:57
John C Dvorak: You should be able to Yes. And that's what
32:59
happens.
32:59
Adam Curry: What I thought was interesting was the the debt
33:04
limit questions, and which of course he had all these
33:08
questions were set up with people had the cards the
33:10
producers have given to them up front. I think pretty much
33:13
everybody in the crowd was pro Trump, even though Oh, not sure
33:16
gonna go vote this year, for sure. And he was
33:20
John C Dvorak: if there was an art debate on some other show
33:22
about this, and they did was billed as a Republic as a as an
33:27
event for Republicans. And so it should have been a group of
33:30
people pro Trump, it won't later people bitched about all their
33:33
pro Trump does No,
33:34
Adam Curry: dog, dog. Oh, they even said that it was undecided
33:39
voters and, and people who had voted for Trump previously, but
33:42
weren't sure now. Okay. But his his view of you know, his we've
33:49
always been, I think, amazed by his macro economic views. We
33:52
didn't really know he was such a macro kind of guy is very
33:56
interesting views on this debt debate, which actually, let me
34:00
play this little explainer from the Wall Street Journal. It's
34:04
only a minute that explains what this is about.
34:07
Unknown: Party leaders are still debating raising the debt
34:10
ceiling as the deadline to default gets closer. But they do
34:14
agree on one thing. Our debt is not enough, not an option. It
34:21
will have catastrophic consequences. They're not
34:24
exaggerating. The US Treasury uses tax revenue and debt to pay
34:29
the country's bills, like funding government programs,
34:32
Social Security and paying interest on existing debt. If it
34:36
runs out of money and isn't able to pay these investors back.
34:40
That's default. And that's what will happen if Congress doesn't
34:43
raise the debt ceiling to allow the Treasury to take on more
34:46
debt,
34:47
which would cause massive upheaval in financial markets,
34:50
stock prices falling, interest rates rising probably the dollar
34:53
falling too, and that could affect a wide range of your own
34:58
financial life. You know, Worst case scenario, it could cause a
35:01
whole new recession.
35:03
It's because you buy
35:05
Adam Curry: a new one, what are we in?
35:08
John C Dvorak: The this is all supposition, they have no idea
35:11
what would happen, exactly
35:13
Unknown: affect a wide range of your own financial life. In a
35:17
worst case scenario, it could cause a whole new recession.
35:20
It's because US debt has become the core of the economy, from
35:24
Wall Street to banks to interest rates, US Treasury
35:28
borrowing is the center of gravity for almost all finance
35:31
on the globe.
35:33
Here's why. How it works and what a default would mean for
35:36
you.
35:37
Adam Curry: Okay, so as you as you point out to supposition, we
35:39
have no idea what is important to understand is that it's not
35:44
completely binary, like, well, but if we don't raise the debt
35:48
limit to print more money, borrow more money, then you will
35:52
default Well, no, you could not spend the money on other things,
35:55
which is always the debate. We've seen this at least 30
35:59
times, no, at least 20 times in the course of yeah, maybe in the
36:03
course of this shows existence, this debate, and it's always
36:07
back and forth. And Trump had a very interesting take on it,
36:09
which I think was was not was underplayed? Because it it's
36:13
something that the no one wants to die, think, believe.
36:17
Unknown: Such an important question. So we're at $33
36:20
trillion, and number that nobody ever thought possible. When we
36:24
had our economy rockin and rollin, just prior to COVID
36:27
coming in, like literally, we were making a fortune and oil,
36:32
we're gonna make so much money from well, we want to start
36:34
paying off debt. But then with COVID coming, and we had to do
36:37
other things, we had to keep this country alive.
36:40
Adam Curry: Remember, you said that he wants to refinance the
36:42
debt back in those days, which I always thought was a fascinating
36:45
idea. We refi that, yeah, refi. And we could have, I think, I
36:50
think he's right, we could have If COVID hadn't hit, he might
36:52
have done it paying off
36:53
Unknown: debt. But then with COVID coming in, we had to do
36:56
other things. We had to keep this country alive, because it
36:59
was so serious. But we have to get the country back, we have to
37:02
lower energy prices, we have to lower interest rates, interest
37:05
rates, through the roof, energy has to come down, it all has to
37:08
come down and we have to start paying off debt. But when we
37:12
have
37:13
Adam Curry: the only person I hear talking about paying off
37:17
the debt, no one talks about that, but him
37:19
Unknown: a debt limit. And they use that very seriously. I mean,
37:22
they came in Schumer came in with Nancy Pelosi, and they will
37:25
use it will violate it will do whatever. They talked a whole
37:29
lot different than they do right now. I say to the Republicans
37:31
out there congressmen, senators, if they don't give you massive
37:34
cuts, you're gonna have to do a default. And I don't believe
37:39
they're going to do a default because I think the Democrats
37:42
will absolutely cave, because you don't want to have that
37:45
happen. But it's better than what we're doing right now.
37:49
Because we're spending money like drunken sailors. So
37:52
just to be clear, Mr. President, you think the US should default.
37:55
If the White House does not agree to the spending cuts,
37:57
Republicans
37:58
will do it now. Because you'll do it later. Because we have to
38:01
save this country, our country is dying. Our country is being
38:05
destroyed by stupid people by very stupid people.
38:07
You want said that using the using the debt ceiling as a
38:11
negotiating wedge? Just could not happen? You You said that
38:15
when you were on the Oval Office president. So why is it
38:17
different now that you're out of office? Now
38:19
I'm not President.
38:24
But here comes the US defaulting would be massively for everyone.
38:32
For all of
38:32
us. It's psychological, it's really psychological more than
38:35
anything else. And it could be very bad. It could be maybe
38:38
nothing, maybe it's a you have a bad week or a bad day. But look,
38:42
you have to cut your costs, we're spending $7 trillion on
38:49
much of it on nonsense, $7 trillion, or nonsense. All of
38:56
that money that was wasted. And frankly, the Senate should have
38:58
never approved it, get all that money that was wasted. And if
39:01
they don't get rid of that you'll have to default.
39:05
We've got another voter hurts by
39:06
the way, you're gonna default eventually anyway. But it's
39:08
gonna be much messier. I don't think you'll have to default. I
39:11
think if the Republicans hold strong and they say we want
39:14
five, let's say we want $5 trillion off, I really think the
39:19
Democrats have no choice but to do it. And if I win, they're
39:23
going to be doing the same thing to me in two years. I guarantee
39:25
you that
39:26
Adam Curry: I think that's really interesting. And he says,
39:28
you know, it's all psychological could have a bad day could have
39:31
a bad week could be horrible. We don't know. And that's the
39:35
truth. But it's so horrible. How many, really, it must be 20
39:41
times that we've been through this debate and we've listened
39:44
to all this nonsense
39:46
John C Dvorak: can be just once a year so I mean, it's not
39:49
Adam Curry: always it's not once a year. I think it comes
39:52
whenever we hit the ceiling. It's not a yearly thing.
39:55
John C Dvorak: It's happened multiple happens a lot. It
39:58
happens.
39:58
Adam Curry: It happens a lot. Yeah. And so now, it's so
40:02
tiring. But this, this is what I had. And I don't recall this
40:05
coming up as a solution as an emergency measure, which of
40:09
course, now we have Janet Yellen, former New York Bankers
40:14
best choice. He loves her, Janet Yellen. And now we have one,
40:20
because it's going to be could be June 1, it could be June 15.
40:23
Today, we're running out of cash. We got no more money, but
40:27
we have a stick behind the door.
40:29
Unknown: And then it comes back to the president. He said on
40:32
Friday night that he's not ready to invoke the 14th amendment. Of
40:34
course, the 14th Amendment says that full faith and credit the
40:37
United States should not be questioning the implications
40:40
that would be if he invoked as the United States would just
40:42
continue to issue debt saying it's unconstitutional. Not to
40:46
know the President said he's not ready to do that. But it didn't
40:49
seem like he took it off the table. So is it still a
40:51
possibility?
40:54
Our priority is, is to make sure that Congress does its job.
40:59
There is merit in our system in our economy, other than Congress
41:08
doing its job, and raising the debt ceiling and enabling us to
41:12
pay our bills. And we should not get to the point where we need
41:16
to consider whether the President can go on issuing
41:21
debt, this would be a constitutional crisis.
41:24
But do you but is it on the table? Is it something that
41:27
could be considered Are you saying you just said there's no
41:29
way this can be done without Congress? Is that a hard and
41:32
fast position that the President will under no circumstances
41:35
invoke the 14th Amendment?
41:37
But all I want to say is that it's Congress's job to do this,
41:42
if they fail to do it, we will have an economic and financial
41:47
catastrophe. So it will be a viral making. And there is no
41:52
action that person and body and US Treasury can take to prevent
41:58
that catastrophe.
42:01
I'm still not exactly clear on whether it's on the table or off
42:04
the table. Is it a break glass in case of emergency option?
42:07
Look, I don't I don't want to consider emergency options.
42:13
What's important is didn't members of Congress recognize
42:17
what their responsibility is, and avert what will surely be,
42:24
regardless of how it's handled, what options used to handle it
42:29
in economic and financial catastrophe.
42:32
Adam Curry: I, I'm very confused by this 14th 14th amendment
42:36
talk.
42:37
John C Dvorak: This thing? I'm gonna throw something at did
42:40
they haven't mentioned it yet, but you're gonna start hearing
42:42
it probably as we get, like, within a couple of days of June
42:46
1, the term which we've heard it before, and here it comes.
42:50
Continuing Resolution. Yeah, yeah. As we recall, this has
42:56
happened before and every time it comes up, they never can
42:59
really just say, yeah, they can't say no, they do. Well, we
43:02
have a continuing resolution, which all it does is kicked as
43:07
here's the other term, kick the can down the road. So we hear
43:11
that again. So there's gonna be continuing resolution and kicks
43:14
the can down the road, and there's going to be, and this
43:16
will probably go on until close to July.
43:21
Adam Curry: Right. Now, I'm just I'd like to hear from some of
43:23
our constitutional lawyers how the 14th amendment which
43:27
describes the full faith and credit which is something about
43:31
the states having to adhere to the judicial proceedings of
43:38
others. Oops,
43:39
John C Dvorak: there's a reason we haven't heard from anybody
43:41
about this. Okay. This is bullcrap. Ah, there you go.
43:46
Adam Curry: Yeah, that didn't get the news is feeding that to
43:49
people. Oh, yeah. 14th amendment, Biden can always
43:52
invoke now we can, what does Wait, you don't invoke the 14th
43:56
Amendment now, like the Fifth Amendment, you don't invoke it.
43:59
It's not like he's gonna
44:01
John C Dvorak: invoke that to testify
44:05
Adam Curry: will definitely invoke the Fifth Amendment
44:07
amendment eventually. There's no doubt about that. No doubt. I
44:11
don't know. It's just the meanwhile California defaulted
44:15
on a two and a half billion dollars worth of debt.
44:18
John C Dvorak: Which the Yeah, but we're gonna do reparations.
44:21
Adam Curry: Did you see these reparations? This committee, by
44:24
the way, it's just a committee. The news reports like it's gonna
44:26
happen next week. It's just a committee. It's a committee and
44:31
then we're having hearings, and everyone's called the we should
44:33
have $300 million per person. It's just a committee just
44:40
crazy.
44:41
John C Dvorak: Deals. You don't want to set those committees up.
44:43
No, you put his got Newsom screwed over because he was kind
44:48
of like, you know, okay, well as he may have set the committee
44:51
ever had something to do with it, but he's now he's, you know,
44:54
backing off. We can't afford this ridiculous. It costs more
44:58
to figure out who gets the money. Honey,
45:00
Adam Curry: exactly. Got an interesting answer from one from
45:04
renegade six, one of our producers, we were wondering how
45:08
people, this was in the context of coal from KMC cattle who
45:13
hired 10 people. And after two weeks, only two showed up, and
45:16
no one calls off the just like, don't show up anymore. And yeah,
45:20
how did how can this be? Where are people getting money from?
45:23
We questioned? Is this government money that we're
45:25
unaware of? And how can we get our hands on some of it? So
45:28
renegade six, one of our producers says, in addition to
45:33
several self employed side hustles, and I have to mention
45:37
this, there's entire communities of people who are indeed
45:42
hustling, and they, you know, they have work from home jobs,
45:46
but they have to, so they pretend that they're working
45:49
full time for each of these companies. And they're actually
45:52
working to so they're making like $200,000 working from home
45:57
for two companies at the same time, which I think is genius.
46:02
And I think everyone should explore that as long as you can
46:05
still work from home work for two companies to great idea. So
46:10
he says in addition to several self employed self hustles I'm
46:13
currently a retail store assistant manager. My bottom
46:16
line up front is that parents have to stop giving their adult
46:20
children money. I don't know of any getting government money, I
46:24
see parental support of adult children as the leading culprit.
46:28
My employees that live on their own have great drive and most
46:31
have second jobs. The ones that live with their folks or on
46:34
their parents don't have no drive, work as little as
46:37
possible and have high absenteeism. I've also seen this
46:41
in my extended family. When parents step in as a safety net
46:44
it causes harm, or more tough love is needed to get folks off
46:47
their butts. I think I think he nails it here. I see this every
46:52
I'm guilty of it myself. But are you doing but when? Well when
46:59
when Christina's electricity bill doubled. Thank you to
47:05
climate change regulations. Oh, I'm sorry, Putin. Yeah, she
47:09
needed help. So of course, I jumped in to help her out. But I
47:13
I hear the you know, the Zoomer in New York. All I hear about is
47:18
her parents are the parents of her friends kicking in and
47:22
helping out and you know, they have jobs but you know, the
47:25
parents paid for the for the rent for the house. I hear.
47:29
John C Dvorak: She's running. Maybe you think she may be
47:32
running a scam on you? Everybody else is getting money. But me.
47:37
Adam Curry: Hey, we didn't fall for it. Okay, we're not falling
47:39
for it. I'm just saying that. Now that I heard this boots on
47:42
the ground report. I think it's true. I think it's true that
47:46
parents are all well, we have to help them out. And that and that
47:49
a little tough love would go a long way. Anyway. And then we
47:55
have a very odd shooting here in Texas. And so annoying when I
48:02
see people in Australia, literally people in Australia
48:06
posting stuff on mastodon. Well, America has more mass shootings
48:13
and days in the
48:14
John C Dvorak: year. Big big shots Yeah, big
48:18
Adam Curry: shots now that you have no guns and no power. And
48:23
this is of course being perpetuated by well here here's
48:28
the here's a story to quit just a quick story of this latest
48:31
shooting here in Texas.
48:33
Unknown: Meanwhile, we are learning more about the shooter
48:36
in the shopping mall massacre. A senior law enforcement official
48:39
has just confirmed to NBC news that a social media page which
48:43
appears to belong to the gunman include rants against Jews,
48:47
women and racial minorities. That fear media activity is now
48:51
part of the investigation.
48:54
John C Dvorak: Okay, so the I have a I have a clip to this
48:56
play my clip. So we can talk about both of them. Okay, this
49:00
this is the mall shooting clip and it's brings in a kind of a
49:05
little more than that NBC guy.
49:09
Unknown: Tonight, investigators are running digital forensics on
49:12
the gunman cell phone and computers trying to learn more
49:15
about a possible motive. Troopers confirmed the shooter
49:18
had embraced white supremacist and neo Nazi ideology in online
49:23
posts he made on a Russian social media site.
49:25
John C Dvorak: We do know that he had neo Nazi ideation. He had
49:30
patches, he had tattoos. Even his signature, you know,
49:35
verified that
49:36
Unknown: investigators today admitted they still don't know
49:39
why the gunman opened fire outside the Allen Premium
49:42
Outlets. The big question that we're dealing with right now is
49:46
what's his motive? Why did he do this? Well, the big question is
49:49
we don't know.
49:51
Adam Curry: Yeah, I'm just going to say it. This is a potential
49:55
strategy stent tension session, whatever they call it. This guy
49:59
was jacked up. He was he was he was just like the course all
50:03
these crazy people to set off bombs and stuff that yeah, that
50:07
isn't really even they don't even have they give him at least
50:09
they give those guys a fake bomb. But this guy was all
50:13
jacked up by the way, it's kind of annoying that he's Hispanic,
50:16
but okay, then you're still a white supremacist according to
50:20
Unknown: the view, this shooter who happens to be Hispanic
50:24
happened to
50:24
Adam Curry: be what is it? This is this is the kind of language
50:27
you use. He just happens to be gay. What is this just happens
50:31
to be stuff? No, he is Hispanic. So everything you say about
50:35
white supremacy in the context that you use it view is wrong.
50:39
Unknown: This shooter who happens to be Hispanic and
50:43
Latino, he bizarre to me. Very bizarre to you. Oh, they don't
50:47
kill people hats a white supremacy moniker on him. And
50:52
so, you know, Christopher,
50:55
Adam Curry: what is a white supremacy moniker?
50:58
John C Dvorak: I think they're talking about now. They show us
51:00
pictures of the tattoo tattooed body SSN. He said a couple of
51:05
things you should note. These tattoos are
51:08
Adam Curry: new. Thank you very, they're, they're still
51:11
John C Dvorak: very new ones. In fact, one of them on his arm is
51:14
still swollen. Oh, raised. Yep. Yep, it's raised up and you can
51:18
see it and they're black, which means that the ink has not had
51:21
time to you know, get to turn green, which is going to end up
51:25
doing. So this is all new tattoos. And when
51:28
Adam Curry: you see that these pictures of the tattoos What do
51:29
you not see his face? Because Oh, you'd see that it's brown
51:34
doesn't fit the narrative.
51:36
John C Dvorak: And what and in the report that I had, which was
51:38
a better produced report, because it was CBS compared to
51:41
NBC, just to make a note. Yeah, if you heard the he had Neil
51:46
Knight, you had a bunch of neo Nazi thinks that they had to
51:48
throw in on a Russian social media sites throw everything in
51:53
the UK, what the hell's it got to do with Russia? And why did
51:57
you say social media site? Why does it have to be Russian?
52:00
Adam Curry: Let's go back to the view. Let's go back to the view.
52:02
And because this is America talking, this is show, it's a
52:06
smorgasbord of ladies up there. This
52:07
Unknown: shooter who happens to be Hispanic and Latino, which is
52:12
very bizarre to me, has a white supremacy moniker on him. And
52:18
so, you know, Christopher Ray, these are not my words. So
52:21
people don't start with the amaray Spader crap. Christopher
52:25
Wray said, biggest threat to our democracy is white supremacy and
52:30
domestic terrorism. He testified before Congress. You know,
52:34
Adam Curry: that was quite a while ago that wasn't in context
52:37
of this shooting, which is bizarre that you bring this up.
52:40
Unknown: And even with that testimony, you have someone
52:43
named Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas, where there have been
52:46
so many shootings saying mental health and there's there's
52:50
nothing else that we can do, but we can do this piece.
52:52
Republicans should be ashamed of themselves. They have the power
52:56
to make the chair
53:01
we all have to remember that the head of the proud boys His name
53:05
is Enrique TARIO
53:06
Adam Curry: Oh, the proud boys is also Latino. What is going
53:09
on?
53:10
Unknown: The proud boys is a white nationalist
53:12
Adam Curry: group, okay.
53:15
Unknown: Being Hispanic or being Black does not or being anything
53:20
does not make you immune from being racist from being
53:23
radicalized from being a white supremacist from being evil from
53:27
being homicidal. And we are seeing it over
53:29
Adam Curry: and over again. Well, thank you. Yeah, at least
53:32
so it doesn't matter what color you are. You're still white.
53:34
Okay. When it comes to supremacy, I don't care if
53:38
you're black public,
53:39
John C Dvorak: no matter your color. Your white supremacist?
53:42
Frick.
53:42
Adam Curry: Yes, exactly. So this is how Korean jump here
53:47
Abdul Van Damme starts off her press briefing the day after the
53:51
shooting. I left all the pleasantries out. Hello. Good
53:54
morning, everybody. How you doing any
53:56
Unknown: good afternoon.
53:57
Today is Monday, May 8, that mean it is the 120/8 day of
54:02
2023. And yesterday, according to leading accounts, we
54:07
witnessed the 200 and first mass shooting in this country this
54:11
year.
54:11
Adam Curry: This is the stuff that drives me crazy 200 mass
54:16
shootings now when you say that knowing fully well that the
54:19
credible accounts, whoever it whatever that is, count two or
54:23
more people as a mass shooting, which could be a murder, suicide
54:28
can be all kinds of stuff. This is very misleading. And this is
54:31
what makes people in Australia think they should post off about
54:34
America after their guns have been taken away. And it gives
54:41
you an idea that we're just being shot at all the time that
54:45
you're not safe anywhere and she's going to fly and she's yes
54:48
she's going that this is the her whole opening statement bullets
54:51
are flying. That means
54:53
Unknown: we are averaging more than one a day. More than 200
54:57
mass shootings and 128 Days, credible estimates show that
55:03
more than 14,000 people have died this year from gun violence
55:08
credible. This is a crisis. It is a crisis that the Republicans
55:12
in Congress are ready
55:14
Adam Curry: to address, oh, 20 seconds. And it's Republicans.
55:17
Unknown: We are talking about the number one killer of kids in
55:21
America. And Republicans in Congress are saying there is
55:24
nothing that we can do about it.
55:28
Adam Curry: And that's true. The only thing that can be done is
55:32
creating a new amendment, which would overturn the Second
55:34
Amendment, and the majority of the country does not want that
55:37
Unknown: to schools, shopping malls, churches, movie theaters,
55:44
grocery stores, temples, places that are a part of our everyday
55:49
lives that are essential to our everyday lives, day after day
55:54
are coming under attack from weapons of war that have no no
55:59
place on our streets.
56:01
Adam Curry: talking point.
56:04
Unknown: This is about protecting our kids, our places
56:08
of worship. This is about protecting our every day life.
56:13
Congress must address this crisis. Yesterday, the President
56:17
once again, once again asked Congress to send him a bill
56:21
banning assault weapons and high capacity magazines, ending
56:27
immunity for manufacturers, requiring safe enacting
56:32
universal background checks. It's just common sense. It's
56:37
just common sense.
56:38
Adam Curry: All of these common sense things would not have
56:40
deterred this shooter or any other shooter, the guy was part
56:43
of security services, his guns were legal, there was something
56:47
else going on with him. And it's
56:49
Unknown: what the American people want majority of the
56:52
American people want fine. When we have 200 mass shootings in
56:57
less than 130 days, more than one a day. This is a crisis.
57:03
Congress must do something about it.
57:06
Adam Curry: And a majority of the majority of these mass
57:09
shootings are in fact, in the crime ridden areas of the
57:12
largest cities of America, such as Chicago, where I know from
57:17
aldermen office straight up, they do not even send cops into
57:22
the Southside of Chicago anymore. No, they just don't
57:25
send them that's where your mass shootings are happening on a
57:28
daily basis. But when but when you say this, are our schools or
57:33
churches or temples, what do you not think black people? Because
57:37
they don't care about black people? You were gonna say,
57:43
John C Dvorak: to suppress press conference, she go up there and
57:45
just lecture and lecture. Yeah. How about like taking questions?
57:49
Where's Biden, by the way, how come he doesn't do a press
57:51
conference?
57:52
Adam Curry: He can't talk be crazy. According to Texas online
57:58
private secure database. Garcia. They never mentioned his name
58:01
either. I mean, Garcia Oh, that sounds offer a white
58:05
supremacist, was approved to work as a commissioned security
58:09
guard in the state from April 26 to April 2020. Had three
58:13
previous employers before his license expired record showed he
58:16
received firearms proficiency training 2015 for the firearms
58:20
training in 2018. DPS, which maintains a database
58:24
automatically disqualifies applicants who have committed
58:26
certain violent crimes. Well, yeah, he's definitely
58:28
disqualified from that now. But it's important for our for our
58:35
Americans, as well, but for our foreign listeners, why you and I
58:42
have this stance, because we know we know and Australia is a
58:46
shining example. The minute you take people's the people's guns
58:51
away, it's all over it will be way over here in America. That
58:56
is that that is the final the final thing that if they can
58:59
just get us to hand in our guns, then they will rule over the
59:03
country forever. And we know this this is this it's so
59:08
obvious. Yeah, we were stupid. And we locked down our country
59:13
for two weeks, but we weren't like Australia and that would
59:21
have never how
59:22
John C Dvorak: it was pathetic. Yes, it was. It was an A New
59:27
Zealand was worse.
59:29
Adam Curry: And, you know, this is America is built on this.
59:33
Like it or not, you're free to leave this. We were built on
59:37
violence. Yay. We were born out of out of guns. It's just what
59:43
it is. And this is why there's also no one invading America
59:47
except for what we allow to happen at the border which is
59:49
the next thing we need to discuss because this is also
59:52
weird. Because we're the I am of the belief now. That what is
59:58
happening at the border. Today is the day A that, oh, my
1:00:01
daughter can finally bring her her boyfriend into the country
1:00:04
because you don't need a and we're booking a trip for him. Of
1:00:07
course. You don't need to have a COVID proof of COVID
1:00:13
vaccination. And I still need to see this actually happening. I
1:00:16
don't trust anybody having I've been helped them book anything
1:00:19
yet. But this also adds title 42. And what is in the US press?
1:00:26
This is not even press. This is political. And it is my belief
1:00:31
that even Republican congressmen and senators are are using this
1:00:39
or extending this or making it look like it's really what it's
1:00:44
happening at the borders. Oh, now now, they're just going to
1:00:46
come flooding him all for political means. And I'm not so
1:00:50
sure that's true. I'm not so sure because if you look at the
1:00:54
foreign reporting, you got a little get a little different
1:00:58
news view. But first, let's look at this is NBC Tom llamas.
1:01:03
Unknown: The number of migrants now breaking records even before
1:01:06
title 42 Expires yesterday more than 11,000 illegal border
1:01:11
crossings in just 24 hours. CBP processing centers over
1:01:15
capacity, all after this message from President Biden and it's
1:01:20
gonna be chaotic for a while. But NBC News Now learning the
1:01:23
Biden administration is set to make a major change preparing to
1:01:27
direct Border Patrol agents to release migrants into the US
1:01:30
without an immigration court date. And with no way to keep
1:01:34
tabs on them. According to three sources familiar with the plans,
1:01:37
while Yorkers insist it's a fraction of the migrants were
1:01:40
being released. And they're vetted. Tonight Republican
1:01:43
lawmakers blasting President Biden,
1:01:46
the Biden administration has failed the American people. He
1:01:51
has failed our border patrol agents, he has failed our border
1:01:55
communities. And he has failed America with his open border
1:01:59
policy.
1:02:00
Adam Curry: She This is what the Republicans are using this
1:02:03
continuously to discredit President Biden and the
1:02:07
Democrats. Even though this has been going on for a long, long
1:02:11
time. And it appears to me what's happening is title 42 was
1:02:14
dropped. But title eight is coming back into play. We now
1:02:17
see, the Texas National Guard has razor wire all across the
1:02:24
hotspots where the people are coming in illegally and they are
1:02:27
really turning people back. Something has changed. And
1:02:30
Republicans are not telling you about that because they're
1:02:33
dishonest, as dishonest as any politician. But if you go to
1:02:37
France 24, you get a little different idea of what is now
1:02:41
happening and what the changes truly are.
1:02:43
Unknown: After hours of waiting. tensions rise outside these
1:02:46
immigration offices in Tapachula in the south of Mexico. They've
1:02:51
come in their hundreds from the border with Guatemala in a hurry
1:02:54
to cross the border into the US before Friday.
1:02:59
We need to go as fast as possible. I
1:03:03
heard on the news that they were going to close the border and
1:03:05
that we had to get through before May 12. They'll say that
1:03:10
many are misinformed and think they'll no longer be able to
1:03:12
enter the US after Thursday. But what title 40 twos expiration
1:03:17
actually means is the end of a policy that allowed authorities
1:03:20
to quickly turn away migrants at the border. So while some fear
1:03:24
that applying for asylum may become more difficult, that's
1:03:27
not what's worrying US authorities. They're bracing for
1:03:30
a surge in illegal migration, which could exacerbate an
1:03:33
already challenging humanitarian crisis. In places like San Diego
1:03:38
in California, border staff are already out of their depth.
1:03:41
Hundreds of migrants have been waiting here for days stuck
1:03:44
between two checkpoints. To help border police the Biden
1:03:48
administration has planned to deploy an additional 1500 Active
1:03:52
Duty troops to assist the National Guard, Texas his
1:03:55
governor has also taken matters into his own hands and announced
1:03:58
the deployment of a new unit they will be
1:04:01
deployed to hotspots along the border to reveal and to turn
1:04:09
back migrants who
1:04:11
Adam Curry: are trying to enter Texas illegally.
1:04:13
Unknown: Homeland Security says migrant crossings could reach up
1:04:16
to 10,000 per day, once title 42 is lifted.
1:04:20
Adam Curry: I'm telling you there's something different
1:04:22
going on here and the foreign press is picking up on it and
1:04:26
people around the world are hearing Oh crap, the border is
1:04:29
closed. We can't come in anymore. That's the message that
1:04:32
somehow has gotten out. Maybe this next report gives us a
1:04:35
little more information.
1:04:36
Unknown: I will turn back to our top story. Now. That's the US
1:04:38
government set to deny access to asylum seekers unless they have
1:04:42
either followed the correct procedure and what's a major
1:04:45
shift in immigration policy. Our press viewership Tikka Laurent
1:04:48
is here to take a look
1:04:49
while are in the border crackdown begins as what the
1:04:51
Miami Herald says today on its front page going with this
1:04:55
picture here of Texas State Police who are putting up by
1:05:00
barbed wire at 11:59pm. This Thursday, Washington time, that
1:05:05
so called Title 42. border policy will expire. And as you
1:05:09
said, migrants will be denied access in to the US if they
1:05:13
haven't already registered in another country. Prior to
1:05:17
arriving now, we had a look at the Mexican papers to see what
1:05:20
they were saying. And there were some pretty strong headlines
1:05:23
from the Mexican press too. This is La Hanada Mexican journal,
1:05:26
which says that the world's most powerful country, the US is
1:05:29
preparing to confront the most vulnerable populations in the
1:05:33
world. Rather accusation or sort of headline, with this
1:05:38
devastating picture here of a very sad picture of a newborn
1:05:42
baby traveling, a migrant baby traveling in what looks like to
1:05:46
be some a small suitcase.
1:05:48
Adam Curry: Excellent. Put the baby in the suitcase. I think
1:05:51
what's going on here is that the Biden administration has said,
1:05:55
crap, we've got it, we need to get some points on the board.
1:05:58
They are going to turn people away. And the Republicans now
1:06:04
are lying and making noise about the border just being completely
1:06:08
Lara Logan actually was on ban. And I didn't clip it up, she had
1:06:12
some names. And she said these Republicans are now full of
1:06:15
crap. Because the Biden administration is going to turn
1:06:19
what you didn't register in a different country didn't have
1:06:21
your interview in a different country. The only thing they
1:06:23
have is some app, which doesn't work. Everyone's complaining
1:06:27
about the stupid app, which I'm sure is not intended to work or
1:06:31
doesn't work. I think they're stopping it. I think the Biden
1:06:33
administration is
1:06:34
John C Dvorak: just stopping but I have a whole different take on
1:06:36
this. Okay. I've had this tape before I bring it up once in a
1:06:39
while. During the era of just wide open borders, and letting
1:06:44
Mexicans come into this country, knowing they're going to vote
1:06:46
Democrat is one thing. The recent problem has been
1:06:51
Venezuelans and you can talk to him half the people coming
1:06:55
across are now Venezuelans, they're not voting Democrat
1:06:58
ever, ah, there are a bunch of they hate, they're running from
1:07:02
Communism, and there will be voting Republican, we now have
1:07:05
to close the borders, because these Venezuelans are not going
1:07:09
to contribute to the bottom line of the Democratic Party. That's
1:07:12
a desus. I can't prove it, I just see the observations
1:07:16
because I noticed a lot of Venezuelans coming in and they
1:07:18
talk about the Venezuelans coming in, and there's 1000s of
1:07:21
them. And they had a few of them come over, they've interviewed
1:07:24
him on some shows, there's a Venezuelan woman and her baby.
1:07:27
And you can just see that once the Venezuelans started coming
1:07:30
in this is changing the demographics of what we want,
1:07:34
which is a Democrat voter,
1:07:36
Adam Curry: I'm that doesn't that it fits perfectly with what
1:07:40
I'm saying. You give the reason that I'm identifying that that's
1:07:44
changing, and that the Republicans are now full of
1:07:47
crap. And I think you're right. We've We've definitely discussed
1:07:50
this back and of and of course, we have to point out that back
1:07:54
in the day, literally, you'd have the farm, the big farm,
1:07:58
outfitted send a bus down to the border, Hey, want to come work?
1:08:01
Yeah, come on over, and they just walk in, get in the bus
1:08:03
boom. And it was it was that's the way business was done for
1:08:06
decades. And then it kind of got out of control. Man, I think
1:08:12
you're right. Did they do and of course, it would be purely
1:08:16
cynical of Democrats to do that. Because these are the wrong the
1:08:19
wrong kind of immigrants. There. In fact, they're xenophobic,
1:08:24
they are xenophobic, racist, white supremacist. There is a
1:08:31
new immigration bill, which is a there's something in there,
1:08:36
which is not a good idea. Back on Deck is the E verify remember
1:08:41
this E verify? Yeah. So in this bill, Eve of E verify several
1:08:46
states have already put that into into place where you know,
1:08:49
in order to to be employed, you have to have an E verifications,
1:08:55
token, whatever. So you can verify that you're illegal to
1:08:59
work. But this immigration bill essentially calls for it to be a
1:09:04
federal law, which I don't think you want. I don't think you want
1:09:09
to be registered and some E verify thing. Anyway, New York
1:09:16
City is considering closing off streets to shelter illegal
1:09:19
immigrants.
1:09:20
John C Dvorak: Yes, they're gonna put up a bunch of mini
1:09:22
houses. Yeah, right in the streets. Yeah, that makes total
1:09:26
sense. And which is going to annoy that locals to say the
1:09:29
least. And they're gonna block those streets off from traffic.
1:09:33
Adam Curry: It's so stupid.
1:09:36
John C Dvorak: And they're gonna get the app it's gonna keep
1:09:37
sending them to New York and the New Yorkers want to send them to
1:09:40
the suburbs, but they've already filed some court orders. We
1:09:43
don't want them and we're gonna you know, you're gonna call
1:09:47
yourself a sanctuary city become once
1:09:49
Adam Curry: you get Yeah.
1:09:52
John C Dvorak: I'm talking about. I have a couple of clips
1:09:55
here that I like to get to talking about stupid people,
1:09:57
which is what Trump kept saying, Yeah, I do. Have a three part
1:10:01
series of our friend John Kennedy.
1:10:04
Adam Curry: Oh, well, we love John Kennedy. He's funny.
1:10:07
John C Dvorak: He's taking a dead head of the DEA, drug
1:10:12
enforcement purposes. This is a typical public good for
1:10:17
performative grandstanding ideas, transplant grandstanding
1:10:22
just to prove the point that these I don't even know why they
1:10:25
do these hearings to people never answered the question. I
1:10:28
know how she could have been having been a former bureaucrat
1:10:31
myself, how can a government agency know
1:10:33
Adam Curry: why they do these hearings so we can get clips
1:10:35
they want to hear they want to hear themselves on the no agenda
1:10:37
show and used to be played on Tucker after you know, Tucker's
1:10:41
producers were taken from us. It was it was
1:10:45
John C Dvorak: Tucker is now according to the I don't have
1:10:48
any clips. Yeah, he's going on Twitter. He's on Twitter, which
1:10:52
means there's a deal that has been done between him and musk.
1:10:55
I'm not doubting I disagree, though. Musk was on his last
1:10:59
show. Sure. I just ate chatted about this.
1:11:02
Adam Curry: I'm just saying I'm not so sure that Musk is paying
1:11:06
Tucker Carlson to do this. Musk has set up the whole Twitter
1:11:09
infrastructure to take money to subscribe to shows I think it's
1:11:13
going to be a free subscription. I don't think it's going to be a
1:11:16
free to air.
1:11:19
John C Dvorak: We'll find out soon enough.
1:11:20
Adam Curry: And
1:11:22
John C Dvorak: you have to give it away for free if you had to
1:11:24
give people a taste.
1:11:25
Adam Curry: Of course you can get a freemium model. Oh yeah.
1:11:28
Tucker, freemium Kayleigh McEnany what a dud,
1:11:33
John C Dvorak: though I didn't see it. Oh,
1:11:34
Adam Curry: she's doing she's doing the whole week.
1:11:36
John C Dvorak: We predicted this.
1:11:38
Adam Curry: It's a dud. I mean, I think she has the same
1:11:41
writers. It's kind of feels very similar, but she can't deliver
1:11:45
an open opening monologue like like Tucker did. She can't
1:11:48
deliver and she can't deliver. I like her but
1:11:51
John C Dvorak: she's not an actress.
1:11:52
Adam Curry: She's not she's not an actor like Tucker. She can do
1:11:56
it. It's a dud. It's a dud it comes across as insincere. She's
1:12:01
too pretty to you know, she she's she got a Christian little
1:12:06
face and her cross you can take her seriously as a meanie.
1:12:10
John C Dvorak: But you have to have some they gotta get Perino
1:12:12
in there or marine Dana Loesch, I said in the newsletter is
1:12:17
divorced so that would be interesting Dana Loesch who is a
1:12:22
meanie and chic and she's cynical and she said she's
1:12:27
perfect for this job. I don't know why she's she's she'd been
1:12:30
blackballed or something I don't know what interested deal with
1:12:33
Dana Loesch interesting, but they will after you get here she
1:12:38
fit right in because she's too
1:12:39
Adam Curry: associated with superbeets Well, maybe she I
1:12:44
think she thinks she's done a lot of superbeets ads. I really
1:12:46
do. peds. Yeah, she has
1:12:49
John C Dvorak: or that vitamin C vitamin COVID It was it
1:12:52
Adam Curry: super super supervised super
1:12:54
John C Dvorak: super beach. Hell we already forgot
1:12:58
Adam Curry: healthy nature nature's healthy by nature
1:13:01
naughty by nature nature nature's own nature's Oh, no,
1:13:04
that's that's poop it out tea. Anyway, let's get to your Joseph
1:13:09
Kennedy.
1:13:10
John C Dvorak: Okay, here we go. Jane Kennedy with the head of
1:13:12
the DEA,
1:13:14
Unknown: a woman administrator. The two cartels that are sending
1:13:19
fentanyl into the United States are located in Mexico, aren't
1:13:23
they? Yes, sir. And isn't it a fact that we could stop those
1:13:26
cartels in their tracks if President Lopez Obrador would
1:13:31
invite American military and or law enforcement personnel to
1:13:37
come into Mexico and work with his military and law enforcement
1:13:42
personnel? Senator, what I would say from my purview as the head
1:13:45
of the DEA, but it's my is my statement true or not? What I
1:13:49
would say is that we're focused on the two cartels, who we
1:13:53
believe are doing exactly what you say they're responsible for
1:13:55
the fentanyl coming
1:13:56
against you again, if if President Lopez Obrador invited
1:14:01
the American military and or American law enforcement
1:14:04
officials to come into Mexico to work with the same in Mexico, we
1:14:09
could stop the cartels, could we not?
1:14:11
Senator, I believe this is this is a whole of government effort
1:14:15
and has to be including whether it's the military, US FBI,
1:14:20
Administrator, unless I've listened to you here for almost
1:14:23
an hour, telling us how bad fentanyl is. Thank you for that,
1:14:27
but we know. Yes, sir. I'm gonna ask you a third time. If
1:14:30
President Lopez Obrador invited American, the American military
1:14:35
and or law enforcement personnel to come in to Mexico and work
1:14:39
with the same in Mexico, we could stop the cartels. Isn't
1:14:44
that a fact?
1:14:45
Adam Curry: She just won't answer the question. That's
1:14:47
interesting.
1:14:49
John C Dvorak: Well, this is an amateur because I I would say
1:14:52
that if I was up there and I had learned my chops, which you have
1:14:57
as having worked in I have, I would have said Add. And she's
1:15:01
been asked this three times, there's two more clips and she
1:15:04
just won't even address it, let alone answer it. Where are you
1:15:08
now a mile or two? What she should say is, Senator with all
1:15:13
due respect, there's actually no evidence that that would work.
1:15:17
These people are so entrenched. And and this situation is so
1:15:21
complex that just bringing in more people to solve the problem
1:15:25
won't necessarily work, which I think would have been true. And
1:15:30
it is true. I think it is true and it stopped. It will stop
1:15:33
this guy, Kennedy from an era singers. She's an idiot. This is
1:15:39
stupid people. Yeah. But to
1:15:43
Unknown: Senator, I can speak to the law enforcement side of
1:15:46
this, and you just mentioned law enforcement. I believe that this
1:15:50
is vital for both Mexico and the United States. Mexicans are
1:15:54
dying as well, as we, as we showed that up to them,
1:15:57
Why don't we stop them? So we would help. Let me ask you a
1:16:01
fourth time. Would it help if President Lopez Obrador? I don't
1:16:06
think it's a complicated question, Madam administrator,
1:16:09
you're asking us for more money every year more money, and it
1:16:12
gets worse and worse and worse. You know, in the real world, the
1:16:16
nitty gritty of the real world, when you fail, you get fired. In
1:16:20
government, when you fail, you get more money, because
1:16:23
obviously you need it. Now, let me ask you a fourth time, if
1:16:27
President Lopez Obrador, and I'd appreciate an answer, if
1:16:30
President Lopez Obrador invited the American military and our
1:16:35
law enforcement personnel to come into Mexico and work with
1:16:39
his we could stop the cartels, couldn't we?
1:16:42
I believe, Senator, that we can stop the cartels.
1:16:45
Okay. Have you made that suggestion to President Biden,
1:16:48
if I could, I believe that we can stop the cartels by Have you
1:16:51
made that suggestion to President bad
1:16:53
Senator, I have been very vocal in the whole of government
1:16:57
setting on the importance of fentanyl and all of us using
1:17:00
every single effort and authority that we have and
1:17:03
President Biden done it. I mean, this is the way the American
1:17:07
people whose sons and daughters are dying. Look at it, our
1:17:11
economy is $23 trillion. Mexico's economy is $1.3
1:17:17
trillion. Ours is 18 times bigger. We buy $400 billion
1:17:22
dollars every year from Mexico. Without the people of America.
1:17:28
Mexico figuratively speaking would be eating cat food out of
1:17:32
a can and living in a tent, the half behind an Outback, this one
1:17:37
on you and the President. Embarrassing, no. Get on the
1:17:42
phone and call President Lopez Obrador and make him a deal he
1:17:47
can't refuse to allow our military and our law enforcement
1:17:51
officials to go into Mexico and work with he is to stop the
1:17:55
cartels. Why don't you do that?
1:17:58
Adam Curry: There's two stupid people in this conversation he's
1:18:01
stupid to. He's stupid. It's one stop anything. Stupid dope.
1:18:08
John C Dvorak: Oh, stop that. I have to agree this. He is just
1:18:11
showboating. And it's like, okay, he's got her in the
1:18:14
corner. She won't answer the question. She says bullcrap
1:18:17
stuff. And let's wrap it up here with the third one, which is
1:18:22
short.
1:18:22
Unknown: Why don't you do that?
1:18:24
Senator, what I am doing every single day is working with the
1:18:27
incredible men and women of DEA who are risking their lives
1:18:31
across 334 offices. Well,
1:18:33
I appreciate that. But you're not doing you're not doing what
1:18:36
would work. Why don't you do what will work? Senator, we
1:18:39
are going to call
1:18:40
the President this afternoon and say, Mr. President, let's call
1:18:44
let's call President Lopez Obrador privately and make him a
1:18:47
deal we can't refuse. Because we both know that President Lopez
1:18:51
Obrador has neither the the ability nor the will to stop the
1:18:56
cartels, but yet we go along and pretend that they're our
1:19:00
friends, and Mexico is our friend, but he has criminal
1:19:04
organizations that are killing our people. And you know how to
1:19:08
stop it. And the President does, and you're not doing it.
1:19:12
Senator, we are working every day to stop it and
1:19:14
what's you're not doing? What would stop it.
1:19:16
We are transforming and we are working in countless ways across
1:19:19
the globe, to do what needs to be done for the American people.
1:19:21
And there's nothing
1:19:22
about when it's important to you, you make it happen. When
1:19:25
it's not important to you, you make an excuse.
1:19:28
Adam Curry: Yeah, I'm tired of this guy now. And really, the
1:19:33
the real enemy here is the enemy on the inside. The enemy is Big
1:19:38
Pharma. These people who run big pharma and it's not just the
1:19:42
pharmaceutical companies now it's a part of this. It's
1:19:45
John C Dvorak: got to include the banks. Please know
1:19:48
Adam Curry: I'm moving towards Big Pharma for a reason. That
1:19:52
ultimately the banks of course, but what we have allowed pharma
1:19:57
to do with our children with our brain means advertising day and
1:20:02
night. Now oh my gosh, we used to be the country that was nuts
1:20:06
about jogging, and about aerobics and rollerblading and
1:20:11
roller skating and we'd walk around with bottles of water as
1:20:14
the first people in the world Americans have no way now, we
1:20:18
want to lose weight. Oh ozempic If magic is beautiful, just Oh,
1:20:22
who cares about my face, I don't care if my muscle goes away. I
1:20:25
don't care if my brain deteriorates, we become the
1:20:28
country of the pill. We'll fix it. Just as little intermezzo 33
1:20:32
seconds of the pill. We'll fix it
1:20:34
Unknown: a Utah mother who wrote a children's book on grief after
1:20:37
her husband died, and she is now charged with murdering him.
1:20:41
Brand new court documents. Cory Richards poisoned her husband
1:20:45
Eric with a lethal lethal dose of fentanyl by mixing it into a
1:20:49
celebratory cocktail drink in March of last year. She's now
1:20:53
facing aggravated murder charges and three counts of possession
1:20:56
of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. And
1:21:00
stunningly, she was promoting the book she wrote about grief,
1:21:03
and she had dedicated to her husband up until just last week.
1:21:08
Adam Curry: That's the business model. Tina, Don't get any
1:21:10
ideas. I have received a couple of very interesting boots on the
1:21:16
ground reports. And now we're going to move into trans Maoism
1:21:20
which really what's happened here is Big Pharma. I'm just
1:21:23
making that a big umbrella. Big Pharma, which is doctors are
1:21:28
really the people who control the doctors. Let's not forget
1:21:31
what happened. We just saw happen with COVID, which is
1:21:34
clearly some kind of test for the next thing they'll throw on
1:21:37
to us. All. Even the Fentanyl crisis comes ultimately from
1:21:43
people getting hooked on Oxycontin. And this being lied
1:21:49
to doctors lying everybody lying about it being something you can
1:21:52
get that is highly addictive. Oh, it's not it's all a lie.
1:21:56
It's of no one's allowed to talk about it, because the only place
1:21:59
you can talk about it, that would make sense is on
1:22:01
television. We can't do it because that's the biggest
1:22:04
advertiser. You couldn't do it on social media. So the only
1:22:08
place left is a podcast. Aaron sent me an email. In the
1:22:13
morning, I've been listening to your coverage of the
1:22:15
contributions of therapists to the transgender kids and teens
1:22:19
issue and I want to try to explain something I think you're
1:22:21
not aware of. I'm a therapist. And I've been very harsh on the
1:22:26
therapist, I said, you know, you can say therapist or the rapist?
1:22:28
What's going on these therapists are the people who are telling
1:22:31
these children all yes, you're a boy, you need drugs. So luckily,
1:22:37
she reaches out. I'm very grateful for this. I'm a
1:22:40
therapist in practice for 10 years. This issue is popping up
1:22:43
much more frequently these days. And I want you to know how we
1:22:46
got to the world, how we got to the world where it looks like
1:22:49
all therapists are affirming and encouraging minors gender
1:22:52
transition, it does look like that. In fact, it seems like it
1:22:56
is like that. It started with the APA, the American pediatrics
1:23:01
Association, writing guidelines for pretty much everything, what
1:23:05
kinds of therapies I should use, what language I should use, etc.
1:23:09
These guidelines were adopted by many states in their licensing
1:23:12
procedures. Now the APA guidelines for trans and gender
1:23:17
non conforming youth indicate that quote, affirming care is
1:23:21
the only kind that competent psychology professionals can
1:23:25
give. This means my state could determine that I am incompetent,
1:23:29
if I disagree. The APA has also done its best to forbid me from
1:23:34
simply referring these kids to someone else, as this would be
1:23:37
discriminatory. So I'm kind of stuck. I own my own business. So
1:23:43
I have some more freedom than others. But I do live in some
1:23:46
amount of fear that I could lose my right to practice if I say
1:23:49
the wrong thing. Thus far, I've been able to work with trans
1:23:53
identifying kids by simply focusing on their depression,
1:23:56
anxiety or other mental health issues, which is very typical
1:24:00
for teenage girls that I think are the real problem. I don't
1:24:03
argue with them, but I do gently challenge them. Quote, what does
1:24:08
a female brain look like? But I do worry that one day, I'm going
1:24:12
to get hauled before an ethics board for challenging this. It
1:24:15
sucks. Just wanted to let you know why clinicians are nervous
1:24:19
around this topic and why it is so much easier to just go along
1:24:22
with the majority and give kids whatever referrals for drugs or
1:24:25
surgery they want. And she came back with more. The APA did a
1:24:34
very clever thing by introducing themselves into high schools and
1:24:37
middle schools with APA style. That's a quote APA style. This
1:24:42
is a format for documents and citations and as the standard
1:24:46
for scientific papers. Because of this students are taught to
1:24:50
use APA style in high school. Thus they get the idea that this
1:24:54
is such a scientific organization, which it kind of
1:24:58
is but it's also an effort To control the whole field and to
1:25:01
present prevent people from seeking whatever psychological
1:25:04
and emotional care they want. Well, the APA is, of course, not
1:25:08
really a scientific organization, it's a lobbying
1:25:11
group. They exist to protect their own members from
1:25:14
competition with other qualified professionals. State Licensing
1:25:18
credentials are designed by them, that constantly lobbying
1:25:21
against masters level counselors and therapists so that only
1:25:24
people with a doctoral degree can practice. It's in their
1:25:29
interest to make it more difficult to be a clinician, and
1:25:31
they're very good at what they do. When you find you can't get
1:25:34
an appointment with a good counselor. This is why the
1:25:37
supply is held artificially low. APA is a corporation they get a
1:25:42
favorable tax deal because they do all kinds of advocacy. Oh,
1:25:45
yeah, they advocate for no guns they advocate for, for abortion.
1:25:51
This is part of the Big Pharma system. And now you add to that
1:25:56
the email that I got from DD, one of our longtime patoot
1:26:00
producers, who is an adult, trans male to female and says,
1:26:07
you know, what is also going on here is adults who have later in
1:26:13
life determined that they had gender dysphoria or gender
1:26:18
dysmorphia, or would pick pick whatever you want. Just like
1:26:22
back in the day of gays and lesbians, they feel like wow, if
1:26:26
only I could have had more time living the way I wanted to. So
1:26:30
this is why they all like well, we have to help the coach help
1:26:33
the coach help the kids. And while they mean well. The Big
1:26:37
Pharma pharmaceutical system is jumping in and taking these
1:26:42
children and transitioning a large percentage who have no
1:26:45
business being transitioned. And when it comes to gender
1:26:49
affirming care, that could be a hair cut to make you more like a
1:26:52
tomboy. So people in the community are putting a lot of
1:26:56
emphasis on saving or creating trans children. And everyone is
1:27:00
jumping on in on this. And the worst is once again, politicians
1:27:04
who have this and certainly the Democrats who have this Maoist
1:27:07
agenda, want more Marxism want equity and all this bull crap.
1:27:12
They are perpetuating this and making these people particularly
1:27:17
big pharma even stronger. So we're focusing on the wrong
1:27:20
thing. And while it's really fun to see Anheuser Busch going down
1:27:25
the tubes, which it truly is, sales are now down 29% year over
1:27:29
year. Debt dealing Mulvaney is not your problem. It's Big
1:27:35
Pharma, and this is what we have to go after. And there's one
1:27:38
outfit called Gen SPECT, who's been very critical of all of
1:27:43
this. And John is unbelievable that you've got this thing
1:27:49
called the World Professional Association for Transgender
1:27:52
Health, which used to be the Harry Benjamin Foundation, Harry
1:27:57
Benjamin, and this is where it goes right back. Now I
1:28:00
understand Kara Swisher. This is a guy who was born in Berlin
1:28:04
raised in in the days of the Weimer Republic, during the
1:28:09
crazy Berlin transgender days, he wrote the book, his book was
1:28:13
the first one to get burned by the Nazis. I mean, it's it's all
1:28:18
it's all connected. It's all connected. This is why you hear
1:28:21
this Nazi talk. Were right in front of us. It's it is the the
1:28:26
crazy Big Pharma. So bad now that in the Netherlands, where
1:28:31
they stopped doing a lot of this trend, medical transitioning.
1:28:37
Now they're saying, you know, we've we've looked at what's
1:28:41
going on, and the Dutch protocol was the first protocol for
1:28:45
children to be transitioned. They call it they say, trans
1:28:51
people are sent into a folk, which is a fake net, you want to
1:28:55
fake net is it's one of those, oh, it's where the fish go in.
1:29:00
And it's like a cone. And they go in there and they can't and
1:29:02
every single they swim further until they're at the very end,
1:29:05
and then they can't turn back because it's, it's kind of like
1:29:07
a it's like a cone shaped net, almost like a wind sock, except
1:29:12
there's divisions in it. You can go in one way you can't swim
1:29:14
back out. The further you go, the deeper you get. Now, even
1:29:19
the Netherlands is saying, there's this medical specialist
1:29:23
fight net that people are shoved into, and they can't get out.
1:29:27
And we're transitioning people who have no business being
1:29:29
transitioned. But we haven't gotten through that here in
1:29:33
America, because of the politicians. It's a travesty.
1:29:42
It's a travesty. I tell you. You've got Stamford You're
1:29:47
everyone's producing Well, a better mental health found
1:29:50
amongst transgender people who started hormones as teens. Sure
1:29:53
Stanford. Critical benefits of familial community support for
1:29:58
transgender youth. Yes, national Council on Family Relations.
1:30:02
It's it's all of this the money that these people have is it's
1:30:06
disgusting. So you got to watch out for your own kids.
1:30:11
John C Dvorak: That's all I can say. The irony is that this is
1:30:13
socialism aspect to it. Yeah. So you think you could say well is
1:30:18
a capitalist is a good example of capitalism and its worst, but
1:30:22
yet it's not it's like an example of socialism at its
1:30:27
worst. Yes. Yes. You know, by the way, just as mentioned, you
1:30:32
talked about these PDFs you know, these guys get a hold of
1:30:35
systems is a systems situation, you get a home a system and you
1:30:40
get dominated how it's going to be used. During the middle of
1:30:44
COVID I asked my pharmacist I mentioned this on the show a
1:30:47
couple of years ago, my pharmacist about what would
1:30:50
happen if you got a prescription for ivermectin? Yeah, she's Oh,
1:30:55
we couldn't fill it. Yeah, yeah. Perfect. Why? Because we're
1:31:00
guided by these guidelines.
1:31:02
Adam Curry: The Pharmaceutical Association of America no doubt
1:31:05
or something to
1:31:06
John C Dvorak: make it was something it was I think it was
1:31:08
more like to see some pharmacy aspect of the CDC and if we had
1:31:13
to follow those those rules or rules or they get kicked out you
1:31:18
know, you lose your job. And this one was going on in Canada
1:31:21
was a little more obvious the easy to report on in Canada
1:31:23
where the doctors couldn't say anything. When someone came in
1:31:26
and said I'd need some sort of treatment and they guys I can't
1:31:30
help you. You can't get treated for COVID You have to just die.
1:31:34
Did you
1:31:35
Adam Curry: see that ivermectin is now off the do not prescribe
1:31:38
list you can it can now be prescribed again. How does that
1:31:42
work? Oh my goodness. HorseFace there now that anyone can have
1:31:45
your horse paste? Everybody saw this? No one does anything.
1:31:50
You've got us we've got to stop this this pharmaceutical system
1:31:54
it's the it's scarier than anything to me. The banks at
1:31:59
least well you know the banks that do what they do now the by
1:32:02
the way, what banks is no no banks will be left everyone
1:32:05
shorting the small banks to the hulking of Goldman roll up into
1:32:09
Jamie diamonds back pocket. We see that that's pretty open.
1:32:14
John C Dvorak: But the trans thing leads me to four tick tock
1:32:18
clips.
1:32:19
Adam Curry: Of course tock tick tock. Thank you, this is hot.
1:32:26
This is why there's two of us.
1:32:29
John C Dvorak: Let's start with the gender fluid lunatic.
1:32:33
Unknown: I'm non binary gender fluid, right? And within that,
1:32:37
technically, by the definition standards, I am trans right?
1:32:42
However, I'm not always like trans you know, like I'm not
1:32:44
always like I am trans but sometimes I am like I am trans.
1:32:49
And you know what I realized it is this you know what I realized
1:32:52
that it is literally it's that like living literally by being
1:32:57
home cool. That trunk opens like a door not like a
1:33:04
Adam Curry: watch directed to distracted by like squirrel what
1:33:08
happened? A trunk. Oh, cat
1:33:10
John C Dvorak: cat. Oh, somebody opened their trunk of their car
1:33:14
and she saw a cat and she just completely lost it. This woman
1:33:17
has so much what was it what's it called? You can't attention
1:33:20
Adam Curry: disorder problem Attention Deficit Deficit
1:33:23
Disorder. Yeah. She's got
1:33:25
John C Dvorak: this issue. So backing up past not like a cat.
1:33:34
Okay.
1:33:35
Adam Curry: Which comes from social media by the way, that's
1:33:38
just where you get the AD D training. The training for it
1:33:42
like oh, look at this. Oh, oh, sad. Oh, happy. Oh, a cat. Oh,
1:33:46
cute. Oh, bop boop. Republican with it.
1:33:50
Unknown: So sometimes I'm literally trans and sometimes
1:33:54
I'm literally not, like, in my gender fluidity. Like, I just
1:34:02
say like, sometimes I'm trans and sometimes I'm not. I'm
1:34:04
always on binary. I'm always on binary. I'm always gender fluid.
1:34:09
Sometimes I'm trans sometimes I'm not. Because that's part of
1:34:13
my gender fluidity. And like realizing that just like all the
1:34:16
pieces clicked, and I just love it. Like, I found that I was
1:34:20
gender. Gender fluid, like made so much sense for my life. And
1:34:26
sometimes I'll be sitting here and being like, Well, I haven't
1:34:28
felt masks in a really long time. I haven't felt like a
1:34:30
pretty boy in a long time or like I just don't want anybody
1:34:34
to perceive me as any kind of gender sometimes. And I'm like,
1:34:37
Dude, that's literally what it is. Like that's literally your
1:34:41
gender fluidity because sometimes I am pretty little
1:34:45
boy. And sometimes I have I want ZeroFOX to do with gender. And
1:34:50
sometimes I'm a feminine Little Princess and I love that and
1:34:53
sometimes I'm all of it all at once and none of it simply
1:34:57
because I'm not. Now this
1:34:58
Adam Curry: is this is a I'd love to know more about this
1:35:01
person, because this is a prime example of
1:35:05
John C Dvorak: is she black or white?
1:35:09
Adam Curry: Is she sounds black to me? She is black sounds like
1:35:13
under under educated over socialized? And I wonder, you
1:35:16
know, does she have a job, or her parents paying for this is
1:35:20
someone who knows no hardship you have if you have hardship in
1:35:24
your life, you don't have time to think about this the way
1:35:27
she's thinking about it. And she has too much social media in her
1:35:30
life distracted. She is in fact clinically ill I would say is my
1:35:37
my diagnosis. These
1:35:38
John C Dvorak: people are all clinically ill. Let's go to the
1:35:40
next one. Who else do well, let's try this. Listen to this
1:35:43
go to this is i this one, I don't remember which one is
1:35:48
above this the SIS trans complaint?
1:35:51
Unknown: You know, one of the reasons why sis people think
1:35:53
they're the real or
1:35:55
Adam Curry: do these people live in California as a question? Do
1:35:58
they live in different California versus non or do we
1:36:00
not know where they're from?
1:36:01
John C Dvorak: We don't know the the geolocation.
1:36:04
Unknown: You know, one of the reasons why CES, people think
1:36:07
they're the real or natural or the default is because they've
1:36:10
fallen into the trap of the myth of white supremacy. Yep. Oh,
1:36:14
there we go. They're connected. So if you think things like
1:36:17
trans women or women or if you call people trans, but then
1:36:19
refuse to call yourself sis, if your sis that means that you
1:36:23
have been influenced by one of the original influencers, the
1:36:27
siblings, the twin siblings of colonialism and the myth of
1:36:30
weights. And those twin influence your siblings get paid
1:36:33
by capitalism, to influence they have literally influenced you to
1:36:36
believe that there is a version of a man and a woman that is
1:36:38
more human than all the other versions. Sound familiar? Yep,
1:36:42
white dominant culture, colonialism, capitalism, they've
1:36:45
been working real hard on us. Remember, just like with any
1:36:47
influence or trend that is toxic, we don't have to believe
1:36:50
it. And we don't have to follow it. And in fact, we can even
1:36:53
point out the ludicrousness and make it completely obsolete.
1:36:57
Adam Curry: So she's only one step away from the new hashtag,
1:37:00
which I see everywhere, which is Christo fascist. This is, this
1:37:05
is the new hashtag. So it's, it's not just colonialism and
1:37:10
white supremacy. It's also Christians who have been who
1:37:13
have done this to people and have ruined the world. This is
1:37:18
this is and it's being driven small into intermezzo. It's
1:37:22
being driven by our vice president as one. And this is
1:37:26
where the socialism aspect comes this person here, this this
1:37:30
trans person, I guess she claims to be trans. She is prime meat.
1:37:38
For socialists like our vice president.
1:37:41
Unknown: You know, so many of us have come from movements that
1:37:44
were about the fight for equality. We also understand
1:37:49
there's a difference between equality and equity. Equity is
1:37:53
everyone deserves to have right and be treated equal. But equity
1:37:59
understands that. Not everybody starts out on the same base.
1:38:03
Yeah, colonials have more, given everybody an equal amount, but
1:38:07
they're starting out on different bases. Are they really
1:38:11
going to have the opportunity to compete and achieve that's why
1:38:16
we purposefully as an administration, the president,
1:38:20
myself, the secretary, and everyone in our administration
1:38:23
are so dedicated to a specific principle which is that of
1:38:28
equity.
1:38:30
Adam Curry: Equity, this is what these people are vying for
1:38:32
equity.
1:38:33
John C Dvorak: Equity is a socialist
1:38:36
Adam Curry: construct.
1:38:39
John C Dvorak: I want to play a short one then one last one
1:38:41
another complaint about CES being bad. I think it's
1:38:45
interesting. But there's a new pronoun I thought we should at
1:38:49
least bring it in because we bring new pronouns no new
1:38:52
pronoun is faith bear FERS Oh, this is interesting. Oh, no. Why
1:38:57
and you are white has to be there at all when White has to
1:39:00
even exist, but let's listen to this woman.
1:39:02
Unknown: Happy Pride everybody. I already mentioned this in my
1:39:05
story, but I've added a new set of pronouns to the pronouns that
1:39:09
I'm comfortable being. I've been sitting on Fay fair fares
1:39:13
pronouns for a while, and honestly kind of psyching myself
1:39:16
out about it. I'm like, Oh, do I really want to like change this
1:39:19
again? And then I like realized I was like, like, who cares?
1:39:22
Right? Like, if I decide that I don't like them, I can just stop
1:39:26
using them. Yes. My other thing about this new set of pronouns
1:39:29
is that I would only like for queer and trans people to use
1:39:31
them for me, sis het people they then queer and or trans people
1:39:35
you can use a them or say fair, it's all good with me. I'm
1:39:40
excited because Fe fair pronouns make me feel very affirmed in my
1:39:43
not feeling like a person.
1:39:48
Adam Curry: I don't know what to say to that.
1:39:51
John C Dvorak: There's nothing to say other than
1:39:53
Adam Curry: I don't use them. I won't use non English language
1:39:57
pronouns and and I think we need to take a stand against it as
1:40:01
your show.
1:40:03
John C Dvorak: Alright, here we go. Last one. This is a sis
1:40:05
woman. This one is titled sis women are bad people,
1:40:10
Unknown: I might get obliterated for this take but the most
1:40:13
transphobic people that I've encountered both online and off
1:40:16
have been sis women. I see so many videos of sis women talking
1:40:20
about how they're essentially tired of sharing the space of
1:40:24
womanhood with trans people because they don't understand
1:40:27
the reproductive struggles that they've had. Just because you
1:40:31
get periods and you have the capacity to have kids does not
1:40:36
make you a woman inherently intersex people exist, trans
1:40:39
people can and have had kids, there are plenty of sis women
1:40:43
that can't have kids or don't have periods or have other
1:40:46
reproductive struggles for one reason or another. These same
1:40:49
people will claim to be allies while also complaining about how
1:40:54
somehow womanhood is being taken away from them because trans
1:40:57
people are calling themselves women without having the
1:41:00
experience the same experiences that they have had. If trans
1:41:03
women bother you in that way you're being transphobic there's
1:41:08
no other way around it.
1:41:09
Adam Curry: Oh goodness.
1:41:13
John C Dvorak: I love the smugness of of it all
1:41:15
Adam Curry: thank God for Megyn Kelly man she she is that's her
1:41:19
beat is womanhood. Yeah, that's her beat.
1:41:26
John C Dvorak: Good luck.
1:41:28
Adam Curry: Do you know where ces ces comes from?
1:41:32
John C Dvorak: Yeah, it is a term used in chemistry a lot and
1:41:36
it's the opposite of the word trans. What's the opposite of
1:41:41
trans edits
1:41:42
Adam Curry: is sis is Latin. The Latin preposition sis means on
1:41:45
the side of as in contrasting anything else. CES is on the
1:41:50
side of so not the side of transsexual. Or transgender CES.
1:41:58
This bullcrap
1:42:00
John C Dvorak: consisting is totaled bullcrap is create it
1:42:02
was just created since 1990. So let's get to it, you know, is a
1:42:08
very recent spy
1:42:09
Adam Curry: Sherman by a German who love making up names for
1:42:13
other people.
1:42:15
John C Dvorak: And so it's a new thing. And it's been foisted on
1:42:19
the public and with demands that you use it to guess, Whose idea
1:42:24
was this? And why is anyone accepting it?
1:42:26
Adam Curry: Well, you know, you know who's propagating, it is
1:42:29
the medical community. This is this is it. And then the medical
1:42:32
community they're seen as the as the scientists and science and
1:42:36
shut up and COVID is real and it's going to kill everybody and
1:42:40
millions have died from it and you need this vaccine. You've
1:42:43
got to walk away from this bull crap. And someone is taking a
1:42:49
stand is the last time you'll ever see him on the screen.
1:42:52
Richard Dreyfus
1:42:53
Unknown: starting in 2024 films will be required to meet new
1:42:57
inclusion standards. To be eligible for the Academy Awards
1:43:02
for Best Picture. They'll have to have a certain percentage of
1:43:06
actors or crew from underrepresented racial and
1:43:09
ethnic groups. What do you think of these new inclusion standards
1:43:13
for films?
1:43:14
Adam Curry: The make me vomit there you go that's what you got
1:43:19
to say. We've got we've got to say this we've got to take a
1:43:23
stand on this stuff. It's insane we've gone we've gone crazy and
1:43:29
we're captured we're captured by this but not us because we're a
1:43:35
podcast live podcast and with that I'd like to thank you for
1:43:39
your currency in the morning to you the man just put the say
1:43:42
insist ladies and gentlemen say hello to my friend on the other
1:43:45
hand, Mr. John
1:43:50
John C Dvorak: well in the morning to you, Mr. And Ricardo
1:43:53
in the morning all ships and see boots on the ground. feet in the
1:43:56
air subs in the water and all the days and nights
1:44:02
Adam Curry: out there we go. To the trolls and the troll room
1:44:06
Hello there
1:44:12
where's my count? 2015 that's good for Thursday. Is it not
1:44:18
too?
1:44:18
John C Dvorak: Very good. Anything over 2000 Is is record
1:44:21
breaking good
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Adam Curry: to record breaking troll account. Very nice. Good
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to have you here trolls. Welcome to wanted welcome those of you
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who are in the troll room by just surfing over to troll
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We need to since people are running away and we always have
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That's AI it's AI
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John C Dvorak: and you know, we'll never be tested because we
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don't have advertisers. And this
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Adam Curry: is why we have been on the air for 60 going on 16
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years is because we trust that the people who lose listen to
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choices but Biden as MacArthur with the corncob pipe and the
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beautiful operation reelect Bo Jo logo logo with kind of the
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John C Dvorak: guy yeah, that was it was stood head and
1:48:21
shoulders above the rest Yes,
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Adam Curry: it was kind of a third reich piece of art there a
1:48:27
little bit with that logo. You know the E Yeah,
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John C Dvorak: a little bit a little bit to German no German
1:48:32
bird of war or whatever it is.
1:48:34
Adam Curry: We did have other things to select from. We had
1:48:39
some not my kings ample bosom. Thank you very much, sir. net
1:48:43
net. We got a chuckle out of that. Some people showing us the
1:48:46
hood at Google. Which this has been quite a quite a topic. The
1:48:51
hooded ghoul the Grim Reaper in the UK. Did you follow any of
1:48:55
this? No, I
1:48:56
John C Dvorak: haven't followed it. But we did see it. I did see
1:48:59
it.
1:49:01
Adam Curry: In fact, the BBC took all of the videos offline
1:49:05
for about a day. This people depend on Oh, this is what is
1:49:08
going on. What is this grim reaper what is happening here?
1:49:11
And
1:49:12
John C Dvorak: they have discovered what it was yes, the
1:49:15
Adam Curry: official word is, this is a verger a verger. And a
1:49:21
verger is I guess they kind of like, like they clean stuff up.
1:49:27
Like they they dust around and do stuff. But if you look at the
1:49:31
vergers outfit, they have the vergers bonnet. They have a
1:49:36
funky hat, but none of them have this hood. So it's you know,
1:49:41
people are not happy with the with this
1:49:44
John C Dvorak: explanation is not acceptable. Not acceptable
1:49:48
Adam Curry: at all. No. Yeah, who was the Grim Reaper at the
1:49:51
coronation? has officially been identified. Let's see. And where
1:49:59
it was it here This is a news week went ahead and contacted
1:50:02
Westminster Abbey Newsweek so you know, it's legit, who really
1:50:06
revealed that this footage is not in fact a grim reaper, as
1:50:09
instead a random of verger AKA a member of the abbey community
1:50:13
who assists with religious services, but is not a member of
1:50:17
the clergy. Uh huh. Sure. And it was Viva Regina Camilla, which
1:50:24
means that Long live the Queen. That's my Yes, we
1:50:27
John C Dvorak: got that one. Yes, that's my bad.
1:50:30
Adam Curry: I had to pull my head out of the gutter. Anyway,
1:50:33
there was some Charles stuff there that was not my king.
1:50:40
kiddos Rice Krispies. That was kind of cute. Oh, oh, I know
1:50:44
what we find kiddo. So offensive. I figured it out.
1:50:49
Okay, you ready for this? Yeah, kiddo has been used in many
1:50:56
horror films. Has Yes. And I'm just example of desperately
1:51:04
looking for my from my page here where I have I have three
1:51:08
examples on. Etymology of kiddo, Kill Bill Volume to character
1:51:15
played. Bill David Carradine refers to his daughter as kiddo
1:51:19
throughout the film. While this is not a horror movie, use of
1:51:22
the term creates a sense of unease, particularly given the
1:51:25
violent nature of the film, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974
1:51:29
Leatherface uses the term kiddo to address one of his victims.
1:51:34
And of course, Silence of the Lambs from 1991. Buffalo Bill
1:51:37
uses the term little lady and kiddo to address his female
1:51:41
victims.
1:51:42
John C Dvorak: Lame. Lay buying it. And I haven't said that for
1:51:47
a long time.
1:51:48
Adam Curry: But what's lame about it?
1:51:51
John C Dvorak: I don't believe that reason somebody like Jesse
1:51:53
would be starting calling kiddo. No, and millennials aren't using
1:51:57
the word kiddo. Because there's some say that she did think
1:52:01
because they saw that's not something. Maybe they probably
1:52:05
didn't even see these movies are all predicting the millennials.
1:52:08
Adam Curry: That's I said why we feel uneasy about it. That's
1:52:11
what I said.
1:52:12
John C Dvorak: I didn't get all your 30 year just referring to
1:52:14
our Yes, sense of yes, you can argue that you have to but I can
1:52:19
I doesn't get to the point that I'm trying to get to, which is
1:52:22
why is anyone using it?
1:52:24
Adam Curry: I know. But I didn't have any answer for that. And so
1:52:26
I'm just trying to keep the conversation going. Okay, but
1:52:29
then you good work. Thank you. Thank you. That's all I needed
1:52:32
to hear. Was there anything else wants to discuss with this art
1:52:36
because it was kind of meager I would say,
1:52:39
John C Dvorak: I didn't think we had anything. This thing was so
1:52:41
heavy. Like I said head and shoulders above everything else
1:52:44
I'd really really was good. In fact, I remember I had to say
1:52:47
this even though I don't want to embarrass you know, you said Oh,
1:52:51
networks again. Yeah.
1:52:56
Adam Curry: Well, doesn't I didn't stop it because of that.
1:52:59
I've just said I meant that Moore's unlike kiddo, you know,
1:53:02
it's like networks again.
1:53:07
John C Dvorak: I get a kick out of that brute years. No, I mean,
1:53:09
when you look at this art, you say, what could even come close
1:53:13
to beating it? I mean, it's no head and shoulders above
1:53:16
everything much?
1:53:16
Adam Curry: Not much. I agree. I agree. And then of course, we
1:53:20
love thanking our executive and Associate Executive producers.
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We have us we're going to be pretty short today. We're gonna
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John C Dvorak: Oh jesus terrible give him some karma is really
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Adam Curry: bad man. I'm gonna write it down.
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Adam Curry: You got it Sir Kevin. Thank you.
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the kids from the CRAM fam.
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Unknown: You've got
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Adam Curry: nice karma. You bet. Love hearing though. Franco
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John C Dvorak: and Wallingford, Connecticut is also in at 333
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Dots three, three, and he says gents thanks you for creating
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the media deconstruction exercise for the world. My
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donation is my first oh please de douche.
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Unknown: You've been de deuced
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John C Dvorak: I'm celebrating my 52nd trip around the sun on
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511 And he's on the birthday list starting listening at 2020
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After hearing Adam on Rogen broken donation once I saw
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behind the media curtain in her all the people who believed you
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in your work enough to become producers I was hooked. Now
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everything is a psyop
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Adam Curry: yes that's correct.
1:56:49
John C Dvorak: And I'm a better man for it many blessings to you
1:56:52
and your faith journey Adam and John stop trolling Adam pregant
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mentions of 100% Not withstanding on a percent
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jingles Reverend Al long version I got ants in Yakima for all
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best always fill Franco in Wallingford, Connecticut after
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this I want to I want to play a clip about psyops.
1:57:18
Adam Curry: Oh, okay. And I'm going to I've put the long the
1:57:22
full I'VE GOT ANTS version in the end of show for today. She
1:57:25
just got a little clip today and once
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again, and here's Al Sharpton
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Unknown: resist we much we must bear all Jide about a shutdown
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the tortoise in the race then co author of Kubrick's YouTube,
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lead singer Bono friend Dr. Schiff, singer noise Weaver,
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Johanna Sanaya of Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh, the
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show rush Lombard hosts Supreme Court Justice Sonia Santa Maya,
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Maya is Mike McCurry yesterday and Tony and Tony Scalia, Kim
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Kardashian and the Republican candidates both K roe and
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Benghazi we rank behind locked v r la vita first Latvia,
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Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan. Students in Beijing is getting lunch at
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Chipotle in Iowa, Maine is appropriate. The GOP Tax Day
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Giveaway to millionaires Why was traffic problems email sent to
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the Environmental Protection Agency and what's sequestration
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has done? You've got
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Adam Curry: karma that is the OG I will clip Do you want to play
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now?
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John C Dvorak: There's a clip this is a clip from Michael
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Francesco of francesi, Francesco Francesco franchises,
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Adam Curry: cheesy franchisee,
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John C Dvorak: franchisee he is my ex mobster who's on the you
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know, he's on the circuit. He's got a podcast and a couple of
1:59:10
these guys do.
1:59:12
Adam Curry: The mob is now getting in on the action. What's
1:59:14
going on?
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John C Dvorak: Sammy the Bull has a podcast.
1:59:18
Adam Curry: Oh, well, he's Sammy the bull.
1:59:19
John C Dvorak: So Michael has said this before I've heard it
1:59:22
before he brings it up all the time. And it's something I think
1:59:27
this is true. I think he you're here this is about the CIA not
1:59:32
killing Kennedy. Oh, which I've subscribed to I don't think they
1:59:36
killed Kennedy would be ridiculous, because you don't
1:59:39
just you don't have to kill him and you could do other things.
1:59:42
You know, make them fall down his flight of stairs, et cetera,
1:59:44
assassinated with a bullet. And so he has this is an aside that
1:59:49
he made because he keeps saying this on various podcasts and
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this was a little more elaborate than usual. And this is his
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thesis based on what he heard when he was in the mahb
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Unknown: Carlos Marcello. Now we know who he was he was the boss
2:00:04
of New Orleans. And by the way, Carlos confessed to being part
2:00:09
of the JFK assassination. I don't know if you know that. And
2:00:12
some people, for some reason, they don't want to believe that.
2:00:14
And I'm going to tell you why. Because the CIA, the US
2:00:19
government never would want to admit that the mafia was able to
2:00:23
get to a sitting president. But this classified documents about
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the JFK hitting that have never been revealed. They're always
2:00:30
supposed to be every 25 years. They're supposed to, you know,
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make them public, but for some reason they never do. I believe
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that's the reason because I've said it in the past. Everything
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that I've heard during my time in that life from the right
2:00:43
people, was that it was definitely a mosh pit, which AFK
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not proud of that. I'm just telling you. And Carlos Marcello
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actually confessed to it.
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Adam Curry: Ha, why? Why are you playing this in the donation
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segment?
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John C Dvorak: Because it was brought up about everything's
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OSI opt mode. Ah, and so this, there's some sort of OSI up
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going on with his Kennedy assassination, because they
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won't release the stuff and it doesn't make any sense. And if
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it turns out to be true that it's just a cover up the CIA's
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not that they did it, but that they couldn't stop it. Hmm. And
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that's the thesis. And the funny thing is the guy who is who made
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this confession on his deathbed was the New Orleans boss. And it
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was out in New Orleans with Garrett in New York Garrison,
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whatever that guy's name was, there was a big stink during the
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assassination, inquiries at the end, this is just one guy that
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yeah, it was a lot of New Orleans.
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Adam Curry: So what you're saying is, the mob is really
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more cunning and better than the CIA.
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John C Dvorak: At the time, since then, they turned the
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tables with the Ricoh stuff and all decided that this is not
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this is not working out. We can't let this continue. Let's
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set up shop here to get stopped these guys and let them know
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that this is not acceptable. And that's what I think happened. I
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think that's the only thing that makes any logical sense with the
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refusal to show these documents which is illegal. What do you
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mean what's illegal? They're supposed to release these
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documents every 25 years. And Biden and everybody else has
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refused to do it. Why? Well, that's
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Adam Curry: my question. So why why why not paying a dime
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because
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John C Dvorak: the CIA is implicated? Because they knew
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about this this assassination, they couldn't do anything to
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stop or they didn't want to stop it. Well, there's always that
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possibility but I get the sense that they did. I get the other
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sense I get the sense that they couldn't stop it. They want no
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additional read like you know, you don't want to dig got blamed
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for it. Who needs that aggravation.
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Adam Curry: 260 Trolls did not hear this clip. sad for them.
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Good work.
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John C Dvorak: Well, that's the reason I played it during this
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segment. Also, besides the mention of OSI up I thought I
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play a reasonably interesting clip right in the middle of
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nowhere, I like it. Like there's no other way to play it anyway.
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Adam Curry: Well, you know, but you know, what's gonna happen
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now is every single time that we do this, and I did it last time,
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and now you're gonna get the district for this clip, clip.
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John C Dvorak: A clip of the day that no one heard
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Adam Curry: if no one heard it was a clip of the day. That's
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the question. Teal is in crystal Minnesota. 333 in the morning,
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this donation isn't honored my best friend, Mr. Buck gaki. But
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gaki.com Big aki.com hit me in the mouth several years back,
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and the no agenda show has guided me on a healthy path of
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skepticism ever since. Thank you for your service. Teal.
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John C Dvorak: Nice. Brockport New York is where our friend Sir
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Johnny B comes from. He comes with 250 bucks because Associate
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Executive Producer Happy Mother's Day Polly from Chase
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Wyatt answered Johnny B.
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Adam Curry: Brian Maloney is in Spokane, Washington and our
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second Associate Executive Producer to 42 dot 44. Happy
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belated birthday to two proud members of the North Idaho
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sanity brigade. Kyle to Hig to egg aka spoke of Spokane turns
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42 Spokane Spokane sorry, general Wimberly aka Jen with a
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G turns 44 please add them both to the birthday list they're on
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there. Also, I'd like to call out my smokin hot girlfriend
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Lacey as a douchebag. I hit them all in the mouth since moving to
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town and can now attest to the truth that couples who no agenda
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together stay together. Lastly, I hate to be put on now. Not
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after the douchebag and lastly after oh I hate to be put in
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this position but I would like to request the end JNK song be
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included in the end of show mixes in J and K. And I think
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you know what, let me just have a little taste Good one good
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sound mind okay, I will put it into the somehow put that and
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that's a grind forgotten all about that one and J in case
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that's great. We'll put it in there. It's very nature it's
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impossible to request Yes. That's an exchange for no
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jingles no karma. You got to put it in. Thank you for your
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courage. Yours truly, Brian also was spook Maloney, they're all
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spooks Do you think they're really scared is a few Do you
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think they're really spokes? Are they just just saying that to be
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cool?
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John C Dvorak: It's hard to say probably half of them I guess. I
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mean, we know they're spooks out there there's there's a couple
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but they're usually not bragging about it. No mon Sweeney and
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Edmonton Oklahoma 235 11 No jingle he didn't put anything so
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let's give him a double up karma double karma Yeah.
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Unknown: You've got karma
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Adam Curry: second I'm literally putting this song into the end
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of show mix stuff. There we go. Where are we now we've got
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anonymous in Chicago Illinois, the our last Associate Executive
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Producer to 33 dot 33. In the morning gents, longtime listener
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first time donor words matter keep deconstructing the M five M
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No jingles no karma love is light or lit as we sometimes
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say. Perfect. Thank you to these executive producers and
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Associate Executive producers for supporting us here for Show
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episode 1554 We highly appreciate it. This is what
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keeps us going and while I line up the birthdays and two nice
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things John's going to take you through to the 50s
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John C Dvorak: Yeah, we're gonna start off with the Baron of
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America's mountain invite counted very fine people $155.51
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It should be mentioned that he sent in a new kind of just a
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thank you note but the end of marvelous the book by him Andrew
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Jones who is actually
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Adam Curry: I got this Barrett. I got this book too. This is
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very funny.
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John C Dvorak: Yeah, especially because of the blurb on the
2:07:14
back.
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Adam Curry: Well first of all, you know to mark you notice on
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the front he has instant bestseller which is a Jhansi
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Dvorak trick running gag and then I have a quote in the
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praise. Here's Adam Kirk. Oh wow, that's my
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John C Dvorak: yes Yours mine is an excellent product I'm buying
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it
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Adam Curry: Have you read the book? No, I
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John C Dvorak: haven't but it's got you never use your right
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blurbs just add them do the reading and loving
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Adam Curry: elevens Anniversary Edition okay.
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John C Dvorak: I I've read it I've read it reads well so it's
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probably something you should people should look it up it's
2:07:48
called the end of marvelous by am Andrew Jones.
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Adam Curry: And here's a so the on the the blurb on the back is
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from Mark Bognor of the Gitmo foundation times. Like the
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labeled rope a dope the end of marvelous often appears to be
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stuck on humorous side plots. But the story is simply wearing
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out the readers preconceived notions so it can deliver a well
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orchestrated and near flawless victory in the final rounds.
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Fabulous. I'm taking this on my next vacation to read for sure.
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Good. I just liked my blurb.
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John C Dvorak: Oh, wow. Oh, wow. Great blurb curry. So let's go
2:08:28
with that. I'm gonna read these donors off one at a time with
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their name, location and amount was starting with Gregory FIREX
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and Chicago $100 or weasel in Palmer? Alaska, I think yep.
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Yeah. Alaska. 100. He also sent me some sad puppy photos. Matt
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are trying to sleep Mark Stevens in Waycross. Georgia. 100. Happy
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Mother's Day. Meredith.
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Adam Curry: Yes. That's coming up Sunday Sunday's. Yes. Sunday
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Sunday Sunday. If your love your mom you donate to the show.
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Kevin McLaughlin
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John C Dvorak: locust North Carolina 808. Our friends with
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the absolute longest streak so far a boob for one donation
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number 808. Chris get Galleon in Meridian, Idaho. Switcheroo from
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ranch smokin hot douchebag have a wife and two for Mother's Day
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and a mother as a Mother's Day call out. Never names her.
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Jeremy Hirshman. Also in Sheboygan, Wisconsin comes in
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with a oh a for his poopsie sir Rick in Arlington, Washington,
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sir Rick, who is we've been Miss naming him in the show and he
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got a little irritated deception twice. 6996 Dustin Clendenin in
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Arlington, Texas $65 Jason Templeton in Acworth Georgia
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6336 Nice De douching
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Unknown: you've been de deuced
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John C Dvorak: Hector Sosa 5523 Sir Tom Darian, DeForest,
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Wisconsin 5510 Corey Stewart and Jackson, Mississippi, Michigan,
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Jackson, Michigan 5232 Sir Luke Reiner in London UK $51 Call out
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to the East End. Coming Georgia is where Bob Butler resides is
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six videos six, nine cents. Bad idea supply Parts Unknown. It
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seems $50.50 All right. Can
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Adam Curry: I get some bad ideas?
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John C Dvorak: I don't know. Capek, chiropractic and Capek
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Michigan $50 George will shit in LA vernia Texas 50 These are all
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$50 donors I just wrapped through him. Don Donnie Norris
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in Torrance, California. Sorry guys have been a douchebag for
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too long. Good. Thanks for what you do Nadine Borg and San
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Marcos, California anonymous in Westwood, Kansas. Margaretha en
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de ain de e Dan hood, in orange Vale, California. Gavin
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McGoldrick in San Francisco, Andrew Grasso in Mineola, New
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York, Tim Delvecchio and blend in Pennsylvania, Cory Cunningham
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in Warrington, Virginia, and last but not least on the list
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is Sir Brett Farrell in OKC. I want to thank all these folks
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for contributing to show 1554 We got Nick show is 1555 Nice
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number, donate and donate over 50 bucks and give your mom or
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somebody your mom or wife a call out for Mother's Day It'll be
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Adam Curry: And we do break for nights so Timothy have no fixed
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title have sent me a note and ask for an emergency jobs karma
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will do that for you of course jobs, jobs and jobs. Let's vote
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course people are also looking at some of those sustaining
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Unknown: vorak.org/n A and thank you
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Adam Curry: to our executive and Associate Executive Producers
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titles that are Real you keep forever
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Unknown: our formula is this. We go out we get people in the
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mouth
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Adam Curry: we start off today with brother of the clip
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custodian clip collector Steve Jones turned 49 Yesterday, Nick
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res Julius celebrate today Phil Franco turned 52 Today, Sir
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Kevin Hills turning 37. Tomorrow Lisa dimmer wishes her husband
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Wade Dermer happy birthday for the 13th and Dame Vox of the
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gateway, Purser keeper Vox turned 60 on the 13th she wished
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him a happy birthday Eric says hey Ryan the douchebag Happy
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Birthday. That's Ryan the douchebag Hutchins, he's turning
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333 and Brian Maloney wishes Kyle Twohig a happy 42nd
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birthday and general Wimberly a happy 44th Happy birthday from
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everybody here the best podcast in the universe. Now before we
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get to our before we get to our nights we have these are layaway
2:13:45
knights who have been saving up for a long time so let me read
2:13:49
their notes. The first one is from certainly in the morning
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Adam and John. I was a part of the 20 month pay pal plan 20
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months and this coincides my 20 month donation to a knighthood I
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would like to be known as certainly not from the land of
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woke. I would like some Aaron Aaron cine what's Aaron cine?
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What's LM? l a r a n c i N i I've never heard of any Aaron
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cine I don't know maybe some bitter this product before Aaron
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cine and some grass fed ribeye look it up and Greenfire farms
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in Monticello, Wisconsin. Okay, we got it there for you. I have
2:14:29
a question about vacations a month in a month. I will be a
2:14:32
father. It's my first. I'm nervous about the vacation open
2:14:35
on that vacation vaccination. I was wondering, was he asking
2:14:38
about vaccine vacation? I'm worried about the vaccination
2:14:42
schedule is hard to find solid straightforward information.
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John C Dvorak: I'm sorry, it's an Italian rice ball.
2:14:48
Adam Curry: Oh, why don't you just say that?
2:14:49
John C Dvorak: Deep fried fried rice bowl. Rice Bowl coming your
2:14:56
way.
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Adam Curry: So I have a question about vaccinations. He says in a
2:14:59
month I'll be a father My first I'm nervous about the
2:15:01
vaccination schedule is hard to find solid straightforward
2:15:03
information. It's not farmer propaganda. And he references
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any advice now we can't give advice. We won't give advice.
2:15:11
But I think that if you go on no agenda social.com You'll get a
2:15:13
lot of people who have pointers to some good advice. I'll just
2:15:17
say this. It seems like there's a lot of vaccines on the
2:15:20
schedule. More than when I was a kid or when my kid was a kid.
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Thank you both. For all you do shout out to my Gitmo slaves
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here in FEMA Region number five. I'm glad we met love is lit and
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he will be certainly not in a moment sirloin, started
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listening to the show during COVID after being introduced by
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a thread on the rivals main board and started donating 3333
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a month I file received knighthood status please dubbed
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me sirloin and have Tomahawk steaks and McKellen's at the
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round table. Yes, this has been requested before. They always
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like to up their game with some expensive single malt. You got
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it. And while we're at it here, let me get out of blade.
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John C Dvorak: Making MacAllan 18 Just to be on the safe side.
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Adam Curry: Can we make that a MacAllan? 18? The verger says no
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problem. The no agenda. verger MacAllan? 18 verger helps us out
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with everything. I need your blade a low A blade and oh
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John C Dvorak: blah. Here it comes. Oh, it's nice to get one.
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All right.
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Adam Curry: Tinley, not James loughrea hopped up on the podium
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both of us have just heard have supported that no agenda show
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and the amount of $1,000 and you did it on a layaway program.
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That is fantastic. Everybody can be a knight and I'm very proud
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to pronounce Kate the as certainly not from the land of
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woke and sirloin now brand new knights of the no agenda round
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table for you. We've got it right here. We have Aaron
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Seanie. It's a rice ball and some grass fed ribeye from
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Greenfire. Farms in Monticello, Wisconsin and Tomahawk steaks
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and MacAllan 18 along with that geisha, the sakeI hookers and
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blow red boys Chardonnay bong hits and bourbon breast milk and
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paddle of ginger ale and gerbil is of course we've got the
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mutton in Mead. If you should try that even though you got the
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Macallan try some of our mutton try some of our meet and then go
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to no agenda rings.com You are more than welcome to anyone can
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there and let us know where to send that off along with your
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important correspondence with I love getting notes in the PIO
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box in the mail that has that little Knight ring seal on it it
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just it makes it makes me feel good every single time thank you
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so much for that and also a certificate of authenticity and
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welcome to the roundtable brand new Knights have no agenda
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Adam Curry: the party is always at the no agenda meetups Dayton
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Ohio had a had a had a meet up on the ninth and intendance was
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the writer of this notes or eggheads, her lady fingers man
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overboard but still living the life now please. Sir Leary
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Deaton from Dayton all famous names here. And Gregory from
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Dayton from Dayton and Gregory from the Orlando meetups known
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as Big Mo or J. Nice to know to the power of no agenda meetups
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that some dork like me can quickly gather for other
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diversity experienced slaves to join me for some beers at the
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date and beer company with around 24 hours notice. If you
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haven't participated in a meet up you'll find the networking
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that can take place is incredible. Instantly we're
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having flowing conversations like we've known each other for
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years. It's common that folk share phone numbers and start
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having or continuing conversations on their own.
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There are great people to meetups and we're all friendly,
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approachable, polite and interesting. Even if we may not
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look at no douchebags in the crowd. We're all knights, even
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if it hasn't yet been claimed in the morning, sir Egghead Knight
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have a long shadows of crash mountain. Well, I can't give you
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a better endorsement than that. Thank you so much. And today
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there's a meetup and at Lincoln's Roadhouse in Denver,
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Colorado, it's the look here's the deal, meet up. No joke,
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that'll be at 630 Tomorrow gateway gateway to the MO meet
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up seven o'clock at Venice cafe in St. Louis, Missouri. On
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Saturday, the UI who is Southside OKC meet up OKC time
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baby one o'clock the garage on i 214 OKC and then we have the
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local 512 Mother May I meet up one o'clock at Doc's backyard
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and Sunset Valley I will be there with my buddy Jimmy.
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Looking forward to that of course Baron Scott of The no
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agenda armory is organizing we expect a big crowd everybody.
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The Annapolis area meet up to 30 on Saturday and Arnold, Maryland
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at Oh locklin's And the red 33 Red 33 Boston Taurus 23 SkiDoo
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at Castle Island brewery in Norwood, Massachusetts 230 on
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Saturday. We have oh, that's a sir Nathan Lee Miller foster
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chaotic GOOD NIGHT OF THE WHITE lodge organizing Um Let's see
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Saturday as well the no agenda Three Mile Island evac zone
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meetup 333 plan demic HQ, so you need to register for that and
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Louis barre Pennsylvania at Central PA surf soiree Southeast
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Portland meetup five o'clock Pacific Portland that's also a
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private home in Portland, Oregon, of course, can't be
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doing that out in the open in Portland. And finally on
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Saturday in Houston, the second northwest Houston meetup
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security and Wakefield crowbar. Houston, Texas or the Economic
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Hitman is organizing that we have meetups all the way through
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the end of June and beyond. You need to join one of these I'm
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joining one as I said on Saturday in in Austin, it's
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going to be a Hootenanny looking forward to it no agenda meet
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ups.com If you can't find one near you start one guaranteed a
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party with Tyson day you won't be you
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like to have three ISOs about the ISOs I have three Shall I
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play mine first? Yes, please. Okay, hold on a second. There is
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this one suck on that. Okay, this I think we both received
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this too long. But if you want to play it since someone sent it
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to us. Yeah. Sounds good. Long, and then the inevitable the make
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me vomit. There you go. Richard Dreyfus make me
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John C Dvorak: I don't like this bad reflection on the show. But
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try mine.
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