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May 30th • 3h 24m

1664: Friendshoring

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Adam Curry: They're poking the flight attendants. Adam curry
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Jhansi Devora may 30 2024 This Year Award winning give our
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nation media assassination episode 1664. This is no agenda,
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erasing FOIA emails and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region number six. In
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the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry
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John C Dvorak: from Northern Silicon Valley where we want to
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remind everybody, it's leaky gut Awareness Month. I'm John C.
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Dvorak.
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Unknown: Buzzkill.
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Adam Curry: Is that the upcoming month? Are we closing out leaky
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gut Awareness Month?
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John C Dvorak: I just like saying leaky gut.
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Adam Curry: everything these days is leaky gut. I mean, if
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you listen to any of the alternative health people, oh
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no, you've got leaky gut.
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John C Dvorak: What is it? What is gut?
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Adam Curry: It's somewhere between your your ribs and your
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pelvis. I guess that's what your gut is. By the way, Darren
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O'Neal.
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John C Dvorak: You know has leaky gut.
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Adam Curry: So he you know, I'm always he might. I'm always
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excited about his, you know, he tweets when we start the show.
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Today. He tweeted it from chat GPT. Listen how dumb This is. In
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the realm where truth is rare. No agenda takes you there. Adam
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and John's keen insight makes the news both fun and bright.
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Ditch the spin embrace the Glee? No agenda is where you need to
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be. I mean, is this going to change the world this thing? But
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John C Dvorak: mediocre rhymes? I'm reminded that we used to do
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these things on the DH unplugged show of these fed limericks. Oh
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yeah. Adam. So Adam. Andrew has Andrew starts with an A. Andrew
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has slipped in a couple of these done by AI.
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Adam Curry: They suck.
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John C Dvorak: I mean, it's bad enough when he does.
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Adam Curry: You always I hear it because I listen to the show. I
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hear you catch him. Like that's AI, isn't it? You did it again.
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You throw in another AI? Yeah,
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John C Dvorak: by the way, so obvious. It's so obvious because
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it's nothing anyone would do unless you're a fifth grader.
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Adam Curry: We of course had last Sunday, we had our climate
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change special. Seems like people enjoyed it.
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John C Dvorak: I think most people thought it was very well
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done. Did you have a chance
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Adam Curry: to listen to the whole thing? Oh, of course.
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John C Dvorak: It was terrific.
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Adam Curry: I love how you nuts This sounds so insincere. I
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don't know what it is. But there's something about it. That
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doesn't sound sincere. That reminds
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John C Dvorak: me I was thinking about this about the thing you
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caught me doing it once and it's one of these things I like to do
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which is to to be is to do that with a with a woman you meet up
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I did this with my mother in law. It when you first meet some
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moms you say your dad or sister Oh,
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Adam Curry: sister gag. Yeah, it's a classic. And I don't
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think it works very well anymore. But ya
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John C Dvorak: know it. You know what, I've figured it out. It
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works because the enormous amount of of kind of gumption
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and chutzpah That and the fact that you'll go out to go out of
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your way to do this is a very strange sort of compliment,
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which is you're you've said to the older woman, you've said,
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I'm on your side. I'm going to diss me from now on out. I'm
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going to be backing you up. 100% I had the greatest relationship
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with a mother in law. I can imagine when I with Mimi's mom.
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Well, that's
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Adam Curry: cool. But you know, hold on a second because we had
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something for that. For some reason people like to send these
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in. From John seeds Vora kids was just
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John C Dvorak: I pretty sure chip mode. I'll give you another
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one that you might want to try out. I've not tried this one,
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but I developed it okay. All right. So when a woman usually
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you're in the early stages of dating, and put some clothes on
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and say does this make my butt look big?
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Adam Curry: Oh, a dangerous question.
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John C Dvorak: You say yeah, but I thought that's what you were
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going for.
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Adam Curry: John see the day what is it what did you do that
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people are sending me John tip of jingles?
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John C Dvorak: Nothing I know of it. Well, I'll tell you that
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Adam Curry: you Dana Brunetti has been corresponding with me.
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It's always fun when you get a Hollywood superstar. He's a big
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fan of yours to send emails. And he says, I just want you to know
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the good news segments sucks. Yeah, he hates me. And he would
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rather hear good deals from Costco wine tips or other
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helpful tips. I think we may have to get rid of the good news
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segment and move it to John's Tip of the Day.
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John C Dvorak: Yeah, he mentioned this to me. I was up
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at the ranch.
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Adam Curry: I got pictures. I got a picture of you in the
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cybertruck looking like you would pooped your diaper full.
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It was the weirdest picture. We sent it to me. I haven't posted
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it because I'm not mean like that. Always
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John C Dvorak: posting. You look constipated. It was I was. So
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the anyone who sits in a cyber truck. I don't know what it is.
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Did you drive it? No, I drove his big giant fire truck. He
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Adam Curry: posted a video of that on Instagram. Yeah, he
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actually produced it. I know with music and he says that, you
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know, I can say I've been in a brunette SUV as your big part.
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He says you almost crashed it.
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John C Dvorak: No, that's not true.
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Adam Curry: This fence over says almost crashed the fire truck. I
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also have video of him driving the fire truck and almost
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crashing through a fence. I'll see if I can send to you and
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then he produced it and he turned it into a Dana Brunetti
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short.
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John C Dvorak: Yeah. Right. So yeah, he hates the good news.
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He's a grumpy he's a grouchy guy. But
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Adam Curry: I think John, if we get a tip from a Hollywood
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producer, we should probably be listening.
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John C Dvorak: I agree. He's Yes. He's been very good sense
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of things. Yes. So
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Adam Curry: perhaps we turn that into John's Tip of the Day.
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Well,
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John C Dvorak: my complaint about that and and not to
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belabor it, okay, is that it's not as easy as you think to have
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a million tips. No, I
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Adam Curry: know. But but you are John C. Dvorak driver, a
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fire truck and cyber truck. I mean, you can do it. You can put
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you can do it man. Have meanie may come up.
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John C Dvorak: But she does the good news already.
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Adam Curry: You already hear her heartbreaking. Like a ha. I like
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doing the good news.
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John C Dvorak: That she only kind of likes it. It's very
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controversial.
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Adam Curry: But what I like about it is that wow, people
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listened all the way to the end. Can you believe it?
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John C Dvorak: Well, you know, if he did tips instead of good
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news, you would definitely get him. I think it's more
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compelling because then you want to listen to what's the tip.
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Well, this is also your phone. You can have tips to it than
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that to be just me. Okay. Okay. But this
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Adam Curry: is your this is your lifelong format. People always
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used to go to the back page before they read through the
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magazine to read what you had to say. So now people will go
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straight to the end of the podcast to hear what you have to
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say before they start the podcast.
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John C Dvorak: Let's hope not.
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Adam Curry: I think it's a good idea. I really do. Anyway, I was
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gonna say I was trying to transitioning into the show.
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Watch watch my smooth transition into the show. It's never too
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early to warn about foreign interference in your US
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elections. Now to
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Unknown: the Pentagon where senior US officials tell NBC
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News the Biden administration is increasingly concerned about the
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alliance between Russia and North Korea as the US braces for
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potentially intensifying military actions from the
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country's ahead of the November election. And B C's Pentagon
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correspondent Courtney QB joins us now from our DC bureau. So
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Courtney, walk us through what your sources are telling you
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about the possibility of this threat.
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So Ellison officials are bracing for the possibility that North
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Korea more provocative milk bread.
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Adam Curry: I mean, that's a great word to use. We're bracing
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hold on to your desks everybody here at the Pentagon. Let's
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brace brace brace brace. Oh, Ellison
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Unknown: officials are bracing for the possibility that
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North Korea could engage in more provocative military action than
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the US and the world have seen in the last decade. This could
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be everything from more missile tests with demonstrating new
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advanced technologies to even another nuclear test. It would
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be their seventh under this regime. I
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Adam Curry: mean, they were right the Pentagon was right.
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Brace brace brace for flying projectiles from North Korea,
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Unknown: North Korea sending a fleet of trash filled balloons
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into South Korea with 260 Balloons detected striking fear
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at first but mostly landing harmlessly. It's
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Adam Curry: always only nine second spots to
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Unknown: the debris moment here the incident in retaliation
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after South Korean activists and propaganda filled balloons into
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North Korea over the weekend. There you go.
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John C Dvorak: Okay, this is kind of crappy report crap.
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Divorce. I have a full report loans are full of dog shit.
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Adam Curry: I have a full report. But I just wanted to get
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it done quick and you couldn't wait to respond. So you know,
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you kind of ruined the whole flow. But I did the point of
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this is that, you know, for the first day of this, oh, they're
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sending out poop filled balloons, poop filled balloons,
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everybody, it's poop poop. Oh, they got and that's all that it
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was not really mentioning that this was in response to South
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Korea.
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John C Dvorak: He mentioned it very Simitian. Yeah, he
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Adam Curry: mentioned it briefly. But here's Reuters a
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very uninspired but yet more accurate report. So in the
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middle of the night, a number of residents in South Korea got
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emergency alerts from local authorities basically warning
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them of unidentified objects that were coming over from North
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Korea and telling them not to touch anything. This got a lot
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of people understandably quite concerned. And what it turned
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out to be is as many as 200 balloons and counting at this
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point that North Korea appears to have let loose to drift south
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over its border. In this case, they tied basically bags of
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garbage and in some cases, what appears to be manure or
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excrement in the bottom of the balloons and sent them over. The
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South Korea's government even dispatched its explosive
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ordinance and kind of chemical warfare warfare who's out to
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inspect some of these balloons when they came across. And South
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Korean activists have regularly sent balloons the other way
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right but carrying different material. That's correct. South
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Korean activists, many of them former residents of North Korea,
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who defected here to the south regularly send balloons with
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kind of propaganda leaflets criticizing the government in
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North Korea, or sometimes South Korean media that's banned in
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North Korea. Recordings of Kpop artists, things like that.
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Sometimes they'll send Bibles or rice or flash drives with
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different types of media on it. I mean, if you're gonna send
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poop to us in the form of Kpop, we're gonna send you poop back.
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That's what it seems like to me. Chemical Warfare, chemical war.
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So
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John C Dvorak: this whole this bit was leading up to that
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shaggy dog punch line.
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Adam Curry: Yeah, that was that was it? Yeah. But the floor was
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ruined. You blew ruined it early on.
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John C Dvorak: May. It wasn't my fault that that punch line was
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weak in
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Adam Curry: your enthusiasm. All right. So yes,
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John C Dvorak: this is hilarious to me that they're sending. But
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one thing that's missing from all the reports you'll note,
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what was the size of the balloons and what was the
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payload? How big was it? Was it just a bunch of, you know,
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rubber balloons filled with helium and a dog turd attached?
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Or was it giant weather balloon the size of your house?
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Adam Curry: No, there were there were very, like high school
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weather balloon size. There were lots of pictures and videos of
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them. But they were not giant weather balloons, but they were
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not just regular meal like party party town balloons filled with
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helium. They were like out, you know, like, high school weather
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balloons.
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John C Dvorak: Yeah, I used to like to do.
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Adam Curry: I'm dying to hear.
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John C Dvorak: You can get if you get a bottle of helium, you
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use it for various things. You garbage bags are perfect.
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Garbage bags, which don't don't expand, but they fill up very
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easily. And they and they become buoyant quite nicely. And then
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you tie off the bottom of big garden talking about the big
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one, the big 33 gallon ones, the ones you get at Costco. Yes. And
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you just launch them. And you can see the things and they sit
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there because they don't go up that fast. But you can see the
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big garbage bag flying in the air after you get off.
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Adam Curry: You can track it probably not. You can try it out
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with a little aprs transmitter. You probably could. Yeah, people
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that's the next one. Oh, that's what hams do that all the time.
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That what what I what I think is missing from this report, which
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follows on with the drone warfare we're seeing everywhere
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and drone warfare being propagated upon the our
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population in our cities, New York. And I think there was
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another month in there another city that just announced it.
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Yes, Denver? Yeah, I was like, yeah, we're just gonna send you
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call 911. We'll send out a drone to what is interesting. You look
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at you look at Russia, you look at Ukraine. The the low tech
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solutions are really what is astounding. I mean, so North
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Korea could have sent these balloons over with actual
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chemical agents, and then would have just gotten right through
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and landed and killed a bunch of people. This is what I like.
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It's the low tech solutions. That yeah, well Attack combs and
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patriots and Iron Dome. And now you just need a couple of blue a
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couple of Costco trash bags. You could send it over with some gum
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and you name your poison. And we were just talking on the last
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show, in fact that this may be aware. The Jhansi Dvorak Tip of
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the Week came from about another very low tech solution.
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Unknown: Take a walk down the 900 block of Enid Avenue in
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Azusa, and you won't have to look very hard for evidence of
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the crimes. Some windows shattered, others bearing holes
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the size of EBV How many would you say are in here? One
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neighbor who didn't want to be identified showed us two bags
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that BBC has collected from his yard over the years. The person
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behind the broken windows unknown for the past 10 years.
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Until this week. Azusa, police say it was a man who lives on
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the very same block in this house. Prince King,
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investigators call him a serial slingshots shooter, his age 81
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Adam Curry: So we were just talking about this. And of
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course everyone is emailing me Hey, wait a minute. It's an old
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dude in California with a slingshot. Where's John?
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John C Dvorak: Was the funny thing is the guy was using ball
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bearings. Yeah, not not babies, but they're not babies. This was
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only me as a little copper ball is very small, and a ball
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bearings usually somewhat bigger. And it's not there's no
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not the same. No, but that was our tip. Art. Yes, it was I used
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the ball bearings but
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Adam Curry: now but so I get this report and then breaking
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breaking breaking news.
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Unknown: Just coming into the ABC seven newsroom. We have
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learned the 81 year old man who terrorized the neighbors with a
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slingshot has died. Prince killed residents yesterday. The
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circumstances surrounding that death are not known. King was
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released from jail earlier this week after pleading not guilty
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to several counts of vandalism. He was accused of nearly hitting
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people with a slingshot and breaking windows and windshields
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near his Azusa home for nearly a decade. And then
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Adam Curry: he died suddenly, well, mysteriously don't
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John C Dvorak: get arrested and thrown in the slammer for a few
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days if you're in your 80s. By the
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Adam Curry: way, I hear that a low tech solution to high tech
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drones is nets. Nets are the way to go. One of those net guns
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that you shoot a net out and
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John C Dvorak: if you have a net gun, yeah, I think that would
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work. Are those available freely on the market? And I've never
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seen one to be honest, I've only heard about him. But and then
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the drones can dodge them, you know, they can move left to
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right, maybe I think the slingshot and a BB would be
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harder to catch. I
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Adam Curry: agree. I just think it's phenomenal how all this
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high tech weaponry and policing and military stuff is just this.
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It's useless because we've got low tech solutions.
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John C Dvorak: What's not necessarily useless if you have
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1000 of them, which is really the way to go. And that's what's
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going to end up happening.
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Adam Curry: I love the drones. You mean Yeah,
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John C Dvorak: yeah, it'd be 1000 drones all with holding
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handguns coming out yeah, you won't have much of a chance
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stand still. Have you been able to witness any of the fireworks
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displays that are drone shows I've only seen videos but this
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oh my god they had one here some time ago. This phenomena it was
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a small one but the ones you see the video was they have like
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hundreds of these things and they I don't even know how did
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they it gets us all computerized but it's just astonishing. But
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if you can do that as a fireworks display, it's not
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really fireworks.
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Adam Curry: Well that but those are so small. I don't think they
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can hold a handgun.
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John C Dvorak: But it wouldn't make any difference if they were
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bigger tickets still controlled. Yeah,
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Adam Curry: but I think darts is the way to go for them darts
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doors, darts
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John C Dvorak: dilate you if you don't go away.
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Adam Curry: There was a man that the M five M is so lame. So
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lame. What did they lie was a surprise. What? Yeah, here's the
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short to the short version from CBS and I have to play the
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France 24 version
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Unknown: title rare apology from the Vatican Pope Francis saying
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he's sorry for reportedly using a slur directed at gay men.
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Italian newspaper say the 87 year old pope made the
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disparaging remark last week during a private meeting with
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Italian bishops. A Vatican spokesman said today the pope
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didn't mean to use the homophobic term and apologizes
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to all who are offended So Nora
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Adam Curry: barely gives us any of the details France 24 went a
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little bit deeper but lied multiple times.
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Unknown: Well essentially I mean he's apologized as you put it
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for you seeing and using this term this homophobic slur rather
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rude Italian slang that basically translates to the word
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gayness in essence, and it shocked many and he said in
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essence it last week at a meeting a closed door meeting
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with Italy In bishops, and he was using the term as he was
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reaffirming the Vatican stance about not allowing gay men to
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enter seminaries or to be part of the priesthood. And it was
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first leaked on in Italian gossip side. And then
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subsequently, the story also appeared in Italian media,
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quoting unnamed Italian bishops. So clearly, the language use
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really shocked many particularly coming from a man like Pope
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Francis, who very early on in his papacy, if you remember, who
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am I to judge when talking about gay people, and also he has
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said, also, more recently, that priests can bless same sex
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couples in particular circumstance ly and so really a
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shock to many that he actually said this. And then finally, we
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saw a statement by the Vatican spokesperson today after this
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news was leaked late yesterday evening. Today, the Vatican
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spokesperson saying that the Pope never meant to offend or
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use homophobic language and apologizes to those who felt
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offended or hurt by the use of the word that was reported by
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others.
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Adam Curry: So luckily, we have my sister living in Italy. She's
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been for the last 25 years and so I send her that report and I
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will read you her response. gayness my ass fracture gene
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would translate to fatness, basically within a closed
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discussion around having homosexuals as priests. He said
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something like we already have too much fatness. And then he
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gave him then as a part of the apology,
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John C Dvorak: that proper translation would be faggotry.
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Well, I'm
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Adam Curry: just reading what she said. Yeah, no, I
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understand. And so and the actual apology came in the form
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of that it is not his native language. So he didn't really
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know what he was saying.
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Unknown: Oh, wow.
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Adam Curry: I don't know I speak. I speak
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John C Dvorak: Spanish apologize for not speaking the language
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Adam Curry: is great. It's fantastic. I just love it. Just
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love it. Just love it. Just love it. Very funny. Very funny. So
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ma'am, this, this seems to be a lot going on
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John C Dvorak: to you to pick up this classic news media. You can
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play this a number of different ways. If you're taking that
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story. I mean, if you're the editor of the editorial room, I
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think we should play it this way. The Pope says there's too
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many gays in the priesthood already. Yeah, well, that's what
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he said. That's what he said. But that's not the way they
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played it.
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Adam Curry: Gee, surprise, surprise, surprise, surprise,
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John C Dvorak: not as it is a surprise because I think the
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other way of playing the story would get more attention and
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it's more anti-catholic which they want to do.
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Adam Curry: Oh, yeah, yeah, but I don't know what they're
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afraid. They're afraid. They're afraid of something. Hmm. Wonder
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if they're afraid of the wrath of God.
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John C Dvorak: Possible. Possible? seems unlikely.
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Adam Curry: Oh, well, yeah. I think I need to do a little bird
23:19
flu sequence because they are ramping it up. That just let's
23:23
just say they're not giving up at all. But I loved what Dr.
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Sutton who was America's second favorite doctor after Dr. Jin
23:31
said on ABC guy who is this guy? I think it's a lady. I don't
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know what is I'm just saying nominee
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John C Dvorak: intro clip that by help.
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Adam Curry: Okay, let's hear
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John C Dvorak: the war on chickens.
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Adam Curry: Well, hold on a second one any my jingle war on
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chickens. Where's our jingle?
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John C Dvorak: We have a jingle under war.
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Adam Curry: Oh yeah, I gotta get the Warren jingle
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Unknown: chicken. Over 4 million chickens must be killed. Iowa
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officials determine after detecting signs of bird flu.
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Officials say the risk to public health is low. Here's the story.
24:15
Over 4 million chickens in Iowa will have to be killed after
24:20
officials detected signs of bird flu deadly and highly infectious
24:24
for birds. Officials say the risks to public human health is
24:28
currently low.
24:29
The Culling of the chickens is not about humans. The Culling of
24:33
the chickens is about protecting the chicken industry.
24:35
Dr. Robert Malone says they don't want this disease to
24:38
spread to animals and other states only three human beings
24:42
have reportedly caught the bird flu in the US
24:45
Adam Curry: by the way, you know they pay the farmers off they
24:49
pay them off when they kill all those birds. Yeah, of
24:51
Unknown: course not experienced serious health problems. Malone
24:55
says chicken calling is a decade's old policy. It believes
24:59
it's too big eatable weather, it's the best policy, but he
25:02
does think it's defensible. He also says it doesn't hurt
25:06
farmers too much.
25:07
They usually have insurance in case this happens. So in the
25:12
short term, what it's going to do is reduce availability, it's
25:16
going to make it harder to get chicken in some regions. But the
25:22
chicken industry is geographically dispersed.
25:25
Bird Flu is however, battering the industry. The disease has
25:29
annihilated over 92 million birds since last February,
25:34
leading to rising egg and chicken prices. And
25:37
Adam Curry: of course, we remember that they were already
25:40
doing this by burning down all the chicken farms during COVID.
25:44
That was fun. Everywhere there was a fire up chickens. Sorry,
25:48
chickens. Now Dr. Sutton took it to another another level. And
25:51
what I like about this clip, is there using all the terms that
25:57
we were taught during COVID. Oh, yeah, it's very important. You
26:02
know, it's like, yeah, remember, remember, we used all these
26:05
terms. This is the stuff you need to remember.
26:07
Unknown: Let's talk about a health headline and bird flu.
26:09
We're seeing more of it. Yeah. Walk us through this
26:12
overall is remains low. I know that there's a lot of concern
26:14
about this problem. Yes.
26:17
John C Dvorak: So they already start off the thing with a with
26:20
a kind of a false premise. Of course, they make it sound as
26:23
though they don't make anything clear. This is really bad
26:27
reporting, but
26:28
Adam Curry: it will make any intentionally so.
26:31
John C Dvorak: I think so too. I think they intentionally do
26:34
this. To make it sound as though people are getting bird flu.
26:38
There's been three cases so far, and everyone's recovered. Fine.
26:41
It wasn't it's not a deadly bird flu. It looks like but whatever
26:45
the case, they make it sound like this is about people. Yes.
26:49
Yes. And above. It's about bird. Wait
26:51
Adam Curry: until you hear the whole report.
26:52
Unknown: Let's talk about a health headline is bird flu,
26:54
Adam Curry: we'll see more of it. Health headline, health
26:56
headline, walk us through this.
26:58
Unknown: Overall, the risk remains low. I know that there's
27:00
a lot of concern about this. But the problem isn't going away.
27:03
Our Medical Unit here at ABC is closely following it. So I just
27:05
want to say here's what you need to know about this topic. The
27:08
second case of verb alias you will see following it mail in
27:14
voting isn't going away our Medical Unit here at a
27:16
Adam Curry: medical unit. That's our medical unit is close. Got
27:20
John, can you check with the no agenda medical unit?
27:23
John C Dvorak: I will I'm gonna give him a call.
27:24
Unknown: He is closely following it. So I just want to say here's
27:26
what you need to know about this topic. The second case of
27:29
Berkeley this year. It's a similar case or similar findings
27:32
that we've seen in April. It's a farm worker a dairy worker
27:35
infected in Michigan, likely contaminated or infected from
27:38
infected cattle. That worker reported mild symptoms similar
27:43
to the prior case conjunctivitis or eye irritation, and
27:46
thankfully, both have fully recovered. But we're
27:48
Adam Curry: still thankfully, they've recovered from pinkeye
27:51
breaking breaking farmer farmer recovers from pinkeye
27:54
Unknown: mostly following this because unfortunately, it seems
27:56
like it's not really easily controlled. One of those reasons
27:59
is because there's asymptomatic spread, meaning that cows who
28:02
don't have symptoms are spreading into other cows and
28:05
that obviously makes it complicated. Where have
28:07
Adam Curry: I heard that before? Oh, there's asymptomatic spread,
28:11
please. And then unfortunately, there's a can't show video
28:15
because we're an audio only show but CBS they actually showed
28:20
like a spike virus image during this next report. No, yes, yes.
28:25
Just like the Coronavirus, the same thing, little ball with
28:28
spikes on it aimless
28:30
John C Dvorak: medical contributor and editor,
28:32
Unknown: editor at large for public health at Kaiser Family
28:36
Foundation. Thank you so much for joining us. So we were
28:38
talking before this upstairs, and I said, Okay, two cases.
28:42
How big of a deal is this? How concerned should I be I love
28:46
Adam Curry: when the news models say how concerned should I be?
28:49
Well, you should be very concerned because when it all
28:52
comes down to you're getting fired, okay, your your enter,
28:55
your your elite messaging system will eventually collapse. They
28:59
always get fired. If you're the E M, E m n elite messaging
29:05
network, there you go. The Elite messaging network will
29:07
eventually collapse. There'll be no ratings, there'll be no money
29:10
and you're the first to get fired. You should be worried
29:12
with this nonsense.
29:13
Unknown: I think the key point here is that we are seeing
29:17
sporadic cases among dairy workers. We are hearing many
29:20
reports of dairy workers who have pinkeye, which most
29:23
characteristic symptoms. And this is concerning because
29:27
discerning Are you see this virus in people in cattle in
29:30
other mammals, the more opportunities it has to mutate
29:34
to adapt o mutate and eventually adapt for human to human spread.
29:39
Now, that's not going to happen tomorrow.
29:41
Adam Curry: But you know, you should be worried about it. But
29:44
we there's a lot we
29:45
Unknown: can be doing now to prevent the next pandemic and
29:47
this is precisely what we're
29:49
Adam Curry: doing next pandemic. There's a lot we can do, John to
29:53
prevent the next pandemic. Before
29:56
John C Dvorak: he continue. When was the flu In recent didn't
30:01
last couple 100 years when was the first pandemic? I'd say
30:06
Spanish flu back in the night? Well,
30:08
Adam Curry: you know, it's debatable whether it's 1918 or
30:10
1917. Yeah,
30:12
John C Dvorak: okay. Isn't that that's the pendant, then we had
30:15
another pandemic, I'd say, over 100 years later. So now all of a
30:23
sudden, why are we going to get into a bunch of pandemics? Can
30:26
Adam Curry: I just stop you there? I refute that there was
30:29
no pandemic, we had pandemic measures. But COVID was not
30:36
pandemic worthy.
30:39
John C Dvorak: I think that's a position you can take I'm
30:41
taking,
30:42
Unknown: but we there's a lot we can be doing now to prevent the
30:45
next pandemic. And this is precisely what we're really
30:48
focused on is how you prevent that next pandemic from
30:51
happening.
30:52
And so I mean, the likelihood of anyone getting bird flu says
30:54
pretty low. But what are the symptoms? And how bad is how bad
30:57
is
30:57
Adam Curry: it? pinkeye.
30:58
Unknown: So the most important symptoms conjunctivitis that
31:01
we're seeing, so that pinkeye that you can get with other
31:04
infections as well. fluey symptoms, people saying, Oh,
31:08
Adam Curry: I'm feeling fluey, John, this is a medical term. I
31:12
feel fluey, I feel fluids as
31:15
Unknown: well. fluids, symptoms, people feeling fatigue, muscle
31:19
aches, that sort of thing. We're not seeing too much in the way
31:22
of respiratory symptoms. Infections we're seeing right
31:26
now by and large are eye infections, not respiratory
31:29
infections,
31:30
Adam Curry: Oh, drat the luck, no respiratory infections yet
31:33
because it can mutate that Dr. Brian Hooker. He is from the
31:38
Children's Defense Network. I think that's that's Bobby The
31:42
Ops medical network. He was on the Dr. Drew show, and he had a
31:48
slightly different take about this. Well,
31:50
Unknown: I think when we when you look at it at its core, you
31:54
know, it is an economic disaster, it's an economic, you
31:58
know, for the for the farmers themselves, that have to, you
32:01
know, are being ordered to call these herds. It's an economic
32:05
disaster. But it also promotes sort of alternative
32:08
technologies. You know, I find it odd that a lot of this is
32:13
happening by the USDA, but yet the USDA is the one that has
32:16
genetically modified chickens that are genetically modified,
32:20
immune to be immune to influenza, to bird flu. And so
32:24
you know, of course, you call the herds, and then you can
32:27
introduce a genetically modified product. And we're being trained
32:33
more and more as a society in the United States to accept more
32:36
and more different types of GMOs. And and I don't think that
32:40
this is in the accident at this point in time. I'm
32:43
Adam Curry: in agreement by like that. I like that the GMO
32:47
chicken, give
32:48
John C Dvorak: me a borderline Clip of the Day for digging that
32:51
one up.
32:54
Adam Curry: And I actually didn't dig that
32:56
John C Dvorak: one up. Oh, that's a surprise. So
32:58
Adam Curry: please,
32:59
John C Dvorak: what was it hidden credit?
33:01
Adam Curry: No, I would have if I if it was I think I just
33:04
stumbled upon it. I'm not sure if this was not a not as I
33:06
clipped this myself. Let's put it that way.
33:09
John C Dvorak: I'm sorry. Okay.
33:11
Adam Curry: So GMO chicken, I like that idea. That's it.
33:18
That's an interesting way to go. Delicious. Grown in a vat. And
33:23
then of course,
33:24
John C Dvorak: this is what it was all leading to like,
33:27
Adam Curry: oh, yeah, we know that. Then we thought it was
33:29
going to be beef first. But it looks like it's going to be
33:31
chicken first. You know, the cheapest protein product you can
33:35
purchase will now become expensive, because there's less
33:38
of it. And then Bada bing, bada boom, we're going to subsidize
33:41
chicken from a VAT. You watch the word. Maybe they'll have GMO
33:46
bread chickens, but a the the public health officials in
33:51
Canada, unfortunately, decided to do a zoom call, which got
33:58
leaked. Did you see any of this zoom call?
34:01
John C Dvorak: I did. I I was going to clip it. But I thought
34:05
the quality of the audio was lousy. And I think it was a lot
34:08
of I didn't find it very entertaining.
34:11
Adam Curry: I told one, one minute of it. Thanks, Jessica
34:14
Unknown: Hopkins, public health Ontario. I was just wondering,
34:17
so in the event there is positive for milk. Do we have a
34:20
plan to start active surveillance in humans? I
34:24
think that, you know, I'm just sort of thinking about like,
34:26
what's the next step? Are we just going to wait or do we have
34:30
something that's kind of keyed up, cued up and ready to go?
34:34
Once once we see a positive thanks.
34:36
Adam Curry: Yeah, you got something queued up for
34:38
surveillance in humans
34:40
Unknown: to just get that's exactly the protocol I was
34:41
talking about in the enhanced surveillance that we're working
34:44
to put together. We've enhanced surveillance now use
34:46
John C Dvorak: it. Yeah, please stop for a second. They're
34:50
already doing surveillance in humans. So now we have to
34:55
enhance that's kind of the kicker to this clip. Yep. Yep,
34:59
yep,
34:59
Unknown: just That's exactly the protocol I was talking about in
35:01
the enhanced surveillance that we're working to put together
35:04
that we won't use. I shouldn't say we won't use there's some
35:07
potential ways we could use it, we get baseline, we can do it on
35:11
pigs, we can do it on a when
35:13
Adam Curry: he says pigs, by the way, he means humans start
35:15
talking about actual pigs, we
35:17
Unknown: can do it on paper, we can do it on AV and even though
35:20
it's been done by the BC, folks. But obviously, the preoccupation
35:24
is to land something so that if we do find a positive farm, we
35:27
can get in there. But that's that's where our work right now
35:30
has been focused on trying to develop something that would be
35:33
implementable around those farms. I will flag that, you
35:37
know, there's the science part and the lab part and the
35:40
thinking through the epi part. And then there's the enormous
35:44
sensitivities around who's going on farms are these quarantined
35:49
areas, the farmers, the undocumented workers or migrant
35:53
workers documented, like that whole sensitivity area of boat.
35:57
We're here from the government, and we're here to help you
35:59
testing that has been very challenging in other
36:02
jurisdictions who've attempted to do this. Yeah,
36:05
Adam Curry: we want to get onto the farms where they have pigs
36:08
and human clothing. These people have no regard for us. That's
36:12
what I'm hearing that just the elites sitting in their little
36:15
boxes at home. Upon the Zoom call, Hey, we're gonna do any
36:19
enhanced surveillance on these human pigs and human clothing.
36:24
This it's really it's disheartening that this is these
36:26
people are here to protect us from something that is not
36:29
dangerous, and they're all jacked up, Judy about it. And of
36:33
course, the University of Pennsylvania comes through
36:36
Unknown: and health check Penn Medicine says it's created a
36:38
human bird flu vaccine on the same platform as its COVID 19
36:42
vaccine, the experimental mRNA vaccine protective animals from
36:46
illness and death for at least a year. In fact, all the
36:49
vaccinated animals survived infections while all the
36:52
unvaccinated ones died. age five in one rarely infects humans.
36:57
But there's been heightened concern and met a current
36:59
outbreak circulating in birds and cattle in the US
37:03
Adam Curry: go heightened concerned concern concern. I'm
37:06
just so sick of these people. They've got to stop here Yeah,
37:12
John C Dvorak: but then the show's over.
37:14
Adam Curry: There's a point Yeah,
37:18
John C Dvorak: I'm holding a document I'm gonna put in the
37:19
next newsletter. Oh, okay. Cool. It's from Anthem Blue Cross. And
37:25
Blue Shield COVID 19 vaccine provider incentive program is
37:31
the exact layouts from December a September 1 2021 to December
37:36
31. The you know, you put these things out and people pick them
37:39
up and they make copies. 30% said it. How you can qualify for
37:46
a bonus is for the doctors. If your practice meets the below
37:51
thresholds for vaccination with at least one dose by September
37:56
1 2021, you will receive the initial incentive payment based
38:00
on the following rates 30% Anthem members vaccinated a $20
38:07
bonus per vaccinated member 40% So this is progressive they I
38:12
can I can imagine the meeting that went on to you can too was
38:16
already going to this gonna look kind of fishy. It's a farmers
38:20
buying a no no, no, this is we're doing this to incentivize
38:23
the Dodgers with cash. So to protect the public wherever
38:27
heard 40% Anthem members vaccinate $45 per vaccinated
38:32
member and you get to sell it goes up 75 to when it gets to
38:36
75% and the members vaccinated, you get $125 Bonus per
38:42
vaccinated member that's disgust
38:44
Adam Curry: that is insane. It's disgusting.
38:46
John C Dvorak: It's totally disgusting. Dennis says the
38:48
final incentive pay payment is calculated based on members who
38:53
are newly vaccinated between September 1 and December
38:57
31 2021. And it's got an appendix I don't have if your
39:02
practice meets the below thresholds for vaccination with
39:06
at least one done by December 1 2021. You will receive the
39:10
final incentive payment based on the following rates. Now it
39:15
starts with 30% vaccinated $100 Bonus per newly vaccinated and
39:21
it goes up to 40 5060 75% and the members vaccinated $250
39:28
Bonus per newly vaccinated member and this is for COVID
39:33
Yeah, this for the COVID vaccine. And so this brought me
39:37
to a series of clips if you want to hear it. You I'm all jacked
39:40
now about the vaccine incentives for people to get their kids
39:45
vaccinated by the pediatricians who are been bought off. Oh
39:48
yeah. And I want to point people to this morning's PBS show.
39:56
Second Opinion with Joan Lunden. Now Oh, why don't have one
40:01
Adam Curry: and still does shows.
40:04
John C Dvorak: She is totally sold out. And I'm going to try
40:08
to clip in for Sunday, which is some of these, it just it's the
40:12
worst of the worst of the vaccine and how great it was.
40:17
But let's listen to this Vax clip one on what the
40:21
pediatricians are going to ask
40:23
Adam Curry: your question because I see Vax incentives 124
40:26
And then just want something with no number. What do I do
40:29
here? Oh, producing that that one is number three, maybe the
40:34
one that has no number
40:37
John C Dvorak: one 818 They're all there. Yeah, I would think
40:39
that's number three,
40:41
Unknown: elitist voices of America. This is NPR,
40:46
or PBS.
40:48
Although pediatricians have a legal duty to fully inform
40:51
patients about vaccine risks and side effects. The law of
40:55
monetary perks and the desire to fit in may lessen their
41:00
motivation to do so. Parents have been conditioned just to
41:04
trust their doctors, schools around the country require
41:08
childhood vaccinations for children to be enrolled is this
41:11
bribery? Well, in 2020, Pfizer paid undisclosed sums to front
41:17
groups that advocated for jab mandates, thereby hiding their
41:21
conflict of interest. Due to the fake grassroots work of these
41:25
groups. Pfizer was able to rake in a record breaking 100 billion
41:30
dollars in sales in 2022. The US government also paid news media
41:35
2 billion to promote and build confidence in the jab, along
41:40
with Pfizer's 2.8 billion spent on ads in 2022. Alone, the fake
41:46
consensus of getting jobs to keep others safe was created by
41:50
paid special interest groups and more than 50 major healthcare
41:54
organizations who outside of Pfizer payments stood to earn
41:58
billions of dollars in revenue from COVID related admissions,
42:02
testing staff vaccinations, treatments and deaths
42:05
Adam Curry: I realized I played the elitist voices jingle and
42:08
error. Where did this come from?
42:10
John C Dvorak: This came from somebody who I am the Republic
42:13
or some this is one of those women. And there's a number of
42:16
these women, the kind of the amazing Polly style. Also that
42:22
little cat that used to talk I missed that one. There used to
42:26
be a member, it was a call can cat. The talking cat is called
42:31
the truth of something or other. But he had low cat and
42:35
Adam Curry: the cat was great big cat talking cat. This is
42:38
interesting, because I'm just reading in SF gates, that Q
42:43
health, which was one of the big testing companies during COVID
42:48
had 1500 workers they fired everybody they're closing up
42:51
shop. So there must be some sort of consolidation and some people
42:55
are all in and some people aren't.
42:59
John C Dvorak: Oh, interesting. Yeah. See that? Yeah.
43:02
Adam Curry: Testing industrial complex, baby. Alright,
43:06
vaccines.
43:08
Unknown: Anytime financial incentives are part of the
43:10
equation, one can reasonably assume that the law of self
43:14
enrichment will win with 10s of 1000s of dollars at stake,
43:19
pediatricians can easily be lulled into complacency when it
43:23
comes to digging deeper into the science after all, who wants to
43:27
see evidence that what they're doing is causing more harm than
43:31
good. These kinds of incentives also encourage pediatricians to
43:36
simply toss questioning parents out of their practice to make
43:40
room for more compliant patients that don't put their income at
43:44
risk. As reported by children's health defense back in 2018. The
43:49
11 well child visits recommended by the AAP over a child's first
43:53
30 months with annual visits thereafter through age 21.
43:57
ensure a steady stream of repeat customers and revenue for
44:01
pediatricians in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control
44:04
and Prevention's vaccine schedule. pediatric practices
44:08
are expected to administer vaccines, often as many as six
44:12
at a time at about half of well child visits throughout the
44:15
adolescent years, making vaccination a foundational bread
44:19
and butter component of pediatricians job description.
44:23
It is quite common for pediatricians and family doctors
44:26
to encounter parents who refuse one or more of infant vaccines,
44:31
most often due to safety concerns, rather than recognize
44:35
the validity of parents safety concerns, or admit to their own
44:39
ambivalence about some of the newer vaccines. Many
44:42
pediatricians nearly two and five according to some
44:45
estimates, choose to boot uncooperative families out of
44:49
their practice. Ultimately, subtle and not so subtle
44:52
financial incentives and social pressures are likely to maintain
44:56
widespread adherence by pediatricians to the VAX been
45:00
scheduled, given in instances where contra indications are
45:04
present.
45:05
Adam Curry: Now, I have to say that not all doctors are bad or
45:08
corrupt, but they are indeed educated to do just this. They
45:12
are now just in general generalizing, they are trained
45:17
to diagnose and prescribe, then then oh, well, I mean, if I get
45:22
a little Benny on the side, I mean, good for me. I'm a doctor
45:25
I studied for eight years. Well,
45:28
John C Dvorak: there. Most of them are not diagnosing
45:31
anything. They're just going by protocols.
45:34
Adam Curry: Well, that's the same
45:36
John C Dvorak: protocols that are working at Sutter Health.
45:40
Adam Curry: Now, there's like you're a human being, I've just
45:42
diagnosed you, here's a shot.
45:45
John C Dvorak: If you're working at Sutter Health, or any of
45:46
these big organizations, which really dominate the scene right
45:49
now, they have protocols that are put in place by lawyers. In
45:54
fact, the head of the CEO of Sutter Health isn't even a
45:57
doctor, which is weird. But they put in place by lawyers and they
46:03
and you just become part of a machine. So you come in your
46:06
mail XYZ, and they give you take a blood test, and you get these,
46:10
you got this, that and the other, you got to do this in
46:12
that you got to take a statin you got to do this. You get it's
46:14
all just on it's a checklist, checklist. Dr. S? Yes. And AI
46:19
can do this, by the way,
46:20
Adam Curry: it will Don't worry. It will because
46:23
John C Dvorak: they've been pushing doctors real MDS out of
46:26
the picture as fast as they can and many of them don't even
46:28
understand it was happening to him, you know, in favor of
46:32
nurse, nurse practitioners and fighter medical doctor
46:36
assistants or some other there's other some other category
46:39
providers? Whether that's what the general specific, yes, lower
46:47
and higher nurse practitioner or I think the other one is medical
46:51
assistant or something and they get to prescribe
46:54
Adam Curry: stewardess? Yes.
46:57
John C Dvorak: Flight Attendant. Sorry, Christina pearl. Yes. For
47:01
the fact that they can say that two out of five doctors, these
47:05
are real doctors, kick people out of the practice, if they
47:08
don't go along with a program that checklist, which allows
47:12
them to get this money because if you listen to as this as
47:15
these clips continue, if you don't make sure if you have a
47:20
practice of 10 people, well, you don't nobody has 10 But as they
47:23
say you had 10 for for mathematical purposes. And you
47:27
have to have all 10 of them on board or you won't date you
47:31
won't get any of them money. That's right.
47:34
Adam Curry: Get on board people don't you'd like to the gravy
47:36
train. Okay, so this is hopefully clip three.
47:38
Unknown: Although pediatricians have a legal duty to fully
47:42
inform patients about vaccine risks and side effects. The law
47:46
of monetary perks and the desire to fit in may lessen their
47:50
motivation to do so. Parents have been conditioned just to
47:55
trust their doctors, schools around the country require
47:59
childhood vaccinations for children's have been enrolled.
48:01
Is this bribery? Well, in 2020, Pfizer paid undisclosed sums to
48:07
front groups that advocated for jab mandates thereby
48:11
Adam Curry: isn't this the same clip as clip one? No.
48:15
Unknown: hiding their conflict of interest? Sounds like
48:18
grassroots work this
48:20
Adam Curry: one again, this the same as clip one?
48:23
John C Dvorak: I believe so. Okay, hold on. Suddenly,
48:26
Adam Curry: all of a sudden, my system got stuck at home. In
48:30
fact, I will start them at the same time and you will hear this
48:33
exactly the same clip. Oh, it may be shorter actually.
48:36
Interesting. See,
48:38
Unknown: that's the pediatricians have a little
48:41
different right to fully inform patients about vaccine risks and
48:45
side effects. The lore of monetary perks and the desire to
48:49
fit in may lessen their motivation to do so. Parents had
48:54
been conditioned just to trust their doctors, schools around
48:58
the country require childhood vaccinations for children to be
49:02
enrolled is this bribery? Well, in 2020, Pfizer paid undisclosed
49:07
sums to front groups that advocated for jab mandates,
49:11
thereby hiding their conflict of interest. Due to the fake
49:15
grassroots work of these groups. Pfizer was able to rake in a
49:19
record breaking,
49:21
Adam Curry: this is the same, it's just a shorter version of
49:23
that other clip. I'm sorry. Well,
49:24
John C Dvorak: this one mentioned the schools and the
49:26
first one didn't Okay, well, that's just skip it, the rest of
49:29
it. All right. The rest of it does sound similar, but let's go
49:32
to clip four.
49:33
Unknown: Due to the pandemic, childhood vaccination rates fell
49:36
dramatically, and to get them back on track. Sir Chelsea
49:40
Clinton was promoting the big catch up initiative. In a recent
49:44
interview with Fortune Magazine, Clinton promised it would be the
49:48
largest childhood immunization effort ever. Over the next 18
49:53
months. This initiative will attempt to catch up as many kids
49:56
as possible. She said partners in this effort include the World
50:00
Health Organization UNICEF Gavi, the vaccine Alliance, the Bill
50:05
and Melinda Gates Foundation, immunization agenda 2030, and
50:09
several other global and national health partners. When
50:13
you look at all these areas of bribery and financial
50:15
incentives, doesn't it seem as though the entire vaccine
50:19
program runs on financial coercion? What would happen if
50:23
all financial incentives were removed? What would happen if
50:26
parents were simply given unbiased evidence, and no one
50:30
was financially driven to pressure them either way? Makes
50:33
you wonder, makes you
50:34
Adam Curry: wonder? Yes, well, of course, I know at least five
50:37
families who have not vaccinated vaccinated their children for
50:41
anything. Now, of course, they can't enroll them in local
50:45
schools. So they're the homeschool groups. But they seem
50:48
fine.
50:51
John C Dvorak: The Eric's family all on anti vaxxers it to an
50:57
extreme, and they've never had their kids vaccinated. They're
51:00
in school fine. In South
51:02
Adam Curry: Dakota. Yeah. But has it's and then you get this
51:06
next report at the ends like, Wow, I wonder how this happened.
51:10
Unknown: The CDC has reported an increase in the number of kids
51:12
being diagnosed with ADHD since the pandemic, what is this all
51:16
about?
51:16
Yeah, so let me take you through this medical headline because
51:18
it's getting a lot of attention from
51:20
John C Dvorak: America's favorite Dr. Harry every time I
51:22
listen to her, she's so full of it. Yeah. Well, she's
51:25
Unknown: America's favorite doctor to take you through this
51:26
medical headline because it's getting a lot of attention from
51:29
parents, pediatricians, anyone who has a children, a child in
51:32
their life survey data analysis from over 45,000 parents
51:38
compiled by the CDC, what they found is that one in nine
51:41
children has a diagnosis of ADHD. almost 3.5 million
51:47
children aged three to 17 are on a prescription ADHD medication,
51:53
one of my children happens to be one of them. Even though a
51:56
little outside of that age group, there was an increase in
51:59
the stimulant prescriptions written to girls versus the pre
52:03
pandemic years, girls tend to be under die tell you there's a
52:06
range of options in treating ADHD. For my child, Ren that
52:11
diagnosis was made and when medication was started, it was a
52:15
game changer. So parents should talk to their child's
52:17
pediatrician if they have any concerns. Why are we seeing
52:21
these increases in numbers increase one clear, but I will
52:24
tell you anyone in health care and any doctor knew at the time
52:29
that the pandemic was going to be having an impact on children
52:34
in a very vulnerable stage in their development that we might
52:37
not see until several deals years down the road. And that's
52:40
one of the things this study is pointing to.
52:42
Adam Curry: Now, of course, there you know, you're an anti
52:45
Vaxxer there's no proof that ADHD was caused by vaccines. And
52:50
that is disputable. I think there's also a very high
52:54
likelihood that the introduction of coincidence at the
52:58
introduction of 24 hour a day screens during the pandemic, man
53:03
we we flew to Nashville for the weekend. And we came back
53:06
Monday. And airports B if you want to see what's going on with
53:10
children, look at the amount of parents whose kids are you know,
53:14
they're annoyed. It's flying is busy, tedious. And then you just
53:19
see the the parents like Alright, sit down, here's your
53:21
screen, take your screen, and then you just see the kids go on
53:29
in the zone. And that's a screen induced autism, I think is what
53:33
it's called. Yeah, I was like, Okay, what do you expect? You're
53:39
jabbing him with stuff? You're throwing screens and Friday? And
53:42
I feel bad. I mean, I understand the uneducated parents. You
53:45
know, they're just it's just game. It's a game changer. Give
53:49
that kid a tablet. Ah, thanks, Mom. Oh, I feel so much better
53:54
now I can interact with glass is great. That's not the only
53:59
problem we're seeing with children. This one I believe is
54:03
a another setup for semaglutide The the GLP one the ozempic that
54:11
would go V the death abound. All of these I think it's a setup to
54:14
get it on to Medicare
54:16
Unknown: girls are getting their first menstrual period earlier
54:19
Harvard Doctor studied more than 71,000 girls to find the average
54:23
age of periods getting younger. While the age when menstrual
54:26
cycles become regular is getting older. The trends were strongest
54:31
among racial minorities and those low socio economic status.
54:34
They suggest weight may play a role excess weight impacts
54:38
hormones, and can have implications for a lifetime
54:41
dietary pattern psychological stress, adverse childhood
54:44
experiences pollution, and endocrine disrupting chemicals
54:48
also play a role. The earliest age of first menstruation was
54:52
eight.
54:53
Adam Curry: Dude, dude, age age, dude, do but wait before they
54:58
started well, if you're poor Are your periods going to come
55:01
earlier? Please stop insulting me. Your eat these children are
55:05
not eating food. They're eating chemicals. They gain weight.
55:09
They they suffer from obesity and this can trigger all this.
55:13
body responses. But okay, what could it be? Hmm, maybe ozempic
55:19
will help. Did you see the South Park? ozempic? Special?
55:23
John C Dvorak: No, I heard it was pretty hilarious. You know?
55:26
It was okay. It wasn't that good. Well, me supposed to be a
55:30
Lizzo. When am I supposed to check out to which
55:33
Adam Curry: is that's part of that's part of it. It's like if
55:35
you can't if you can't afford the ozempic then there's always
55:39
Lizzo which is basically a prescription for body
55:42
positivity. But, I mean, for no agenda, people, I think most of
55:48
us like, Okay, I know that we know about the health care
55:51
system, that the recurring theme was navigating the American
55:55
healthcare system, and they're going back and forth, and back
55:58
and forth and getting experts and second opinions and scans,
56:02
etc. And then, you know, they're all of course the women are all
56:05
the watch. I do have a if you want to hear a 52nd clip, so you
56:10
just get a little little taste of it. Sure. They have the women
56:15
of of South Park are all doing vaccine parties. See, here we
56:21
go. And in sharing the samples and everything they can get
56:25
their hands on.
56:28
Unknown: Really good. Which obesity drugs? Are you taking?
56:31
Drugs? I'm not taking any drugs. I'm just hiking and lifting
56:35
weights. Oh, Linda, you're gonna have to be shy with us. I'm
56:39
using ozempic and Laura's using Manjaro. Come on. What are you
56:42
on? Oh, well, the truth is ozempic gave me the shit. So I
56:47
switched to zip lb. Oh, sounds the same as Manjaro. But you
56:51
don't have to have the diabetes to get it right. Yeah, I think
56:54
that
56:54
that's the one tweaks mom is doing. Who
56:56
had the half Caf. Bantay chai latte. Oh, that's me. Listen,
57:00
girls. We're doing the party in my house this afternoon. Okay,
57:02
okay. Sounds good. The party? Yeah, you know, the obesity
57:07
drugs are so hard to get all the girls meet up and share drugs
57:09
and talk about them. You gotta come
57:18
Adam Curry: for no agenda, people who know about the scam
57:20
who've seen Julio fall in line, it's like, okay, it was Tina
57:23
fell asleep. Now. It was like it was okay. It wasn't hilarious.
57:28
There was some funny bits for sure. In a kind of a McCobb sort
57:35
of way. I just felt bad. Just like okay, it's finally people
57:37
getting a little taste of what's true. The I'm sorry, I
57:42
John C Dvorak: was gonna say since you brought up the fact
57:44
that people do kids behind the screens aren't eating anything,
57:49
any real food. I do have three two clips.
57:52
Adam Curry: I wanted to I wanted to add them before you go into
57:54
that. That Morgan Spurlock died. The guy who did the Supersize Me
58:01
documentary.
58:02
John C Dvorak: Yes. And I got to kind of a spin off of that. And
58:06
well, here's
58:06
Adam Curry: the thing people like, what do you think that he
58:08
died from the Vaxxer from the food? I'm like, Yes. And what
58:13
was that a question? Jeez, well,
58:16
John C Dvorak: he was a big Vax promoter was he was that was
58:19
kind of dire and he died and a lot of these people their backs,
58:22
promoters end up dying. But this is a another guy and he decided
58:29
he doesn't he's not doing the supersizing he's just breaking
58:33
down. And I looked into this and he's absolutely correct on all
58:36
this stuff, and I didn't realize that McDonald's french fries had
58:41
19 ingredients.
58:44
Adam Curry: Oh, yeah, anything. The only thing that's lacking I
58:47
think is potatoes.
58:49
John C Dvorak: Potatoes are in there but it's like minor the
58:52
minor parts, but this is a good couple of clips. I see Donald's
58:57
fries.
58:58
Adam Curry: I see two I see McDonald's fries and McDonald's
59:00
fries BS and they look like the same clip you should have had
59:06
your coffee man.
59:08
John C Dvorak: So okay, well this play I think it's just
59:11
gonna be one clip.
59:12
Unknown: All right. Another reason you should boycott
59:13
McDonald's. So the most popular item and McDonald's worldwide is
59:16
the world famous French fries. So let's go find out what's in
59:19
it. Hey, Kenyan fries please. Thank you. So let's take a look
59:23
at what's in these fries. You would think it would just be
59:24
potatoes, oil and salt right wrong is actually eaten
59:28
ingredients in these fries alone. Firstly, we have four
59:31
different types of seed oils and these fries alone which are all
59:35
linked to heart disease, diabetes, dementia and a bunch
59:38
of other health conditions then you have something called sodium
59:40
acid pyrophosphate which maintains the color of this
59:43
which is linked to kidney damage and calcium deposits that block
59:46
arteries. Next you have something called dimethyl
59:49
polysiloxane which is used in industrial lubricants and
59:52
cosmetics and battlepack. And to top it all off, you would use
59:55
salt but the salt has four different ingredients like sugar
59:59
and soy because nickel aluminum, which is sold to me from
1:00:02
aluminum, and aluminum, as we know is linked to Alzheimer's
1:00:04
and a bunch of other neurodegenerative diseases.
1:00:07
Adam Curry: Now it's it's interesting you bring that up
1:00:10
because we flew southwest, which is my favorite airline. I love
1:00:13
southwest. I love their boarding process. It turns out I heard
1:00:16
from Dame Christina Pearl, that everyone who works for Southwest
1:00:21
hates it. They hate the boarding process, they hate open seating,
1:00:26
because then they can boss people around, like shut up,
1:00:29
you've got a set,
1:00:32
John C Dvorak: then I believe that to be true and there are
1:00:35
changing it in for your information.
1:00:38
Adam Curry: What is the information you've received,
1:00:41
that
1:00:41
John C Dvorak: you're gonna go to the normal way of seating go
1:00:44
in groups that have assigned seats? I'm not
1:00:47
Adam Curry: so sure. She was not sure about that. And she worked
1:00:49
with the airline report that I've seen. Yeah, I've heard that
1:00:53
they are what they are changing is the ragamuffin boarding what
1:00:58
Bettina calls, the so it's like pre boarding for for people who
1:01:05
are less abled for old people
1:01:07
John C Dvorak: for big tirade about this unless DH employee
1:01:11
Adam Curry: and we call that the ragamuffin class because
1:01:13
everyone's like, no, I got some kids, you know? And then I got
1:01:16
my grandparents with me and look, I got a limp. So I took
1:01:21
home with me a snack mix packet, which I did not open because I
1:01:27
looked at the back. There are 70 ingredients. Now inside looks
1:01:31
just like prep like check mix Chex Mix number Chex Mix.
1:01:36
John C Dvorak: Yeah chex mix a little blue pretzel get a
1:01:39
little. Usually you are in the early days. You
1:01:41
Adam Curry: made it yourself. Yeah, my grandmother used to
1:01:43
make it and she do it with peanuts. Pretz and she call it
1:01:46
nuts and bolts because she put Cheerios in there and bolts.
1:01:51
Nuts and Bolts of actual bolts. But man, I mean it really is.
1:01:55
First of all enriched wheat flour. That's the worst right
1:01:58
there. Niacin reduced iron thiamine mononitrate. Rate
1:02:04
Ribault Flavin a bit. I have I took a picture. I'm gonna post
1:02:07
it in the show notes. It is unbelievable is anything but but
1:02:10
Chex Mix was just nasty. It's nasty. It's nasty. But even I
1:02:16
was hungry. And I wanted some salt. But now I'm not going to
1:02:20
eat that. I'm not gonna eat that. That's just bad. But all
1:02:24
of this obfuscates the which didn't get a lot of news
1:02:28
coverage. But it was on C span was this hearing where they
1:02:36
questioned. Dr. Morenz they all Moran more and more morons
1:02:42
morons. The Morin. Morin MRA N Yeah, Mo r e n s, I believe Oh,
1:02:49
John C Dvorak: that was mo ra n No, Mo Mo R O N
1:02:53
Adam Curry: No. Should be he is the n n i e a d senior
1:02:58
scientific adviser to Anthony Fauci. And he, yes,
1:03:04
John C Dvorak: yeah, I've watched this entire thing. And
1:03:07
it's the guy is a
1:03:09
Adam Curry: prick. So I, there's a there's a so called super cut,
1:03:15
which is like 30 minutes long. No, but I did pull too. That's
1:03:19
not a super cool. No, it's not and this is a slow cut. But it
1:03:24
does have just kind of the some of the damning information in
1:03:28
here. If we get tired of it, we can stop it. It's about two
1:03:32
minutes.
1:03:33
John C Dvorak: I have a just a rhetorical question. Why is it
1:03:38
that the only people that care about these and the questioners
1:03:42
that are any good? Are Republicans, the Democrats seem
1:03:45
to think it's a great they they backup to God, these guys? Oh,
1:03:52
no, you're great.
1:03:53
Adam Curry: No, they they're deranged.
1:03:56
John C Dvorak: Something's amiss when the entire Democrat Party
1:04:00
is behind? Well,
1:04:01
Adam Curry: let's look at who who who was donating to the
1:04:04
Democrat Party, perhaps? Oh, no, I know. You know who's to blame
1:04:07
the Jews, the Zionists AIPAC?
1:04:12
Unknown: I'm being facetious. Yes, you
1:04:14
are. Tony, meaning Tony Fauci does not want me to connect
1:04:18
anything to him. And when asked by my colleagues, did you use
1:04:24
personal email for official business? Your answer was, I
1:04:28
didn't think it was doing official business. And then just
1:04:31
now you said not intentionally. On
1:04:34
October 520 21. You wrote, Peter, I just got news that a
1:04:39
FOIA picked up an email I sent you saying Tony commented that
1:04:43
he was brain dead. I deleted that email, but I now learned
1:04:48
that every email I ever got since 1998, is captured and will
1:04:52
be turned over whether or not instantly deleted on June
1:04:56
28 2021, you wrote Peter Dasha. emailed me and Tony
1:05:01
congratulating Tony, on standing up for science. That email fell
1:05:06
into the hands of the congressman, probably via FOIA
1:05:10
of someone who didn't delete it, as I did. As I did delete all of
1:05:15
Peters emails and others related to origin. Mine was erased long
1:05:20
ago. I verified that today. And I feel pretty sure Tony was to
1:05:25
you wrote
1:05:25
on February 24 2021. You said, You are right, and I need to be
1:05:33
more careful. However, as I mentioned, once before I learned
1:05:36
from our FOIA lady here, how to make emails disappear after I am
1:05:40
FoId. But before the search starts, so I think we are all
1:05:44
safe. Plus I deleted most of those earlier emails after
1:05:48
sending them to Gmail.
1:05:49
But on February 24 2021, you wrote quote, I learned from our
1:05:53
for you lady here how to make emails disappear after I'm for
1:05:56
yet but before the search starts. So I think we are all
1:05:59
safe. Plus, I deleted most of those earlier emails after
1:06:03
sending them to Gmail, in quote. And the next day on February
1:06:07
25 2021, you wrote quote, but I learned the tricks last year
1:06:11
from an old friend, Marge, more Omar, who heads our FOIA office
1:06:16
and also hates for years in quote,
1:06:19
emails reviewed by the Select subcommittee, you.
1:06:23
John C Dvorak: Yeah, there may be somebody out to doesn't
1:06:25
realize that FOIA refers to the Freedom of Information Act. Yes.
1:06:31
Adam Curry: All government correspondence is to be saved
1:06:34
and backed up in compliance, in case anyone wants to request,
1:06:39
under the Freedom of Information Act, put
1:06:42
John C Dvorak: stuff on your own private server like Hillary did,
1:06:45
or you use some other system other than the government
1:06:47
system, because all the government stuff is saved.
1:06:51
Adam Curry: And this guy, you know, March March, you know, who
1:06:55
works in the garbage March, large, large, large March who
1:07:00
works in the government, you know, says, Oh, I hate FOIA.
1:07:03
It's annoying the citizens wanting to know stuff. We can't
1:07:07
have that 30 seconds left for years, in quote,
1:07:11
Unknown: new emails reviewed by the Select subcommittee, you
1:07:13
described laboratory related origin theories as conspiracy
1:07:16
theories, and have said that considering these theories is
1:07:20
quote, unquote, wasting time and quote, unquote, being crazy. On
1:07:24
August 27 2020, after NIH was awarded a $7.5 million grant to
1:07:32
eco Health Alliance. You wrote to him, and you asked, Do I get
1:07:37
a kickback? Too much? fuking f o que i ng money. Do you deserve
1:07:45
it all? Question mark.
1:07:47
Let's discuss. There's
1:07:49
Adam Curry: your smoking gun right there. These people are
1:07:51
corrupt man, corrupt,
1:07:54
John C Dvorak: where's my money?
1:07:56
Adam Curry: Where's my money? Where's my money? And this is
1:08:00
the season of review. That's all coming out. Now. It's going to
1:08:02
take years before the general population hears about this,
1:08:06
unless everyone starts listening to podcasts. That's the only
1:08:10
way. The Elite missin messaging network. It's, it's still
1:08:14
prevalent, and people are still listening to it. Yeah. And they
1:08:17
buy in it. The dinette Yeah, the bidet, Big time, big time. So
1:08:23
that's your health officials, your health officials
1:08:27
John C Dvorak: taking it was only the part of the of the
1:08:30
hearing where they're discussing the origins. Yeah. And the fact
1:08:33
that they were trying to cover up the fact that eco Health
1:08:36
Alliance, and our government was sending money, our money, our
1:08:40
taxpayer money to the Wuhan virology lab to do gain of
1:08:44
function research because it was illegal in our country, because
1:08:47
we made it illegal because it was getting too dangerous, even
1:08:51
though they were still doing stuff here and there like the
1:08:53
University of North Carolina, I believe is one of the places and
1:08:58
and that was that was that part of the hearing. But though it
1:09:00
goes on and on I mean that this guy is in the middle of it on
1:09:04
he's very arrogant. Yes.
1:09:07
Adam Curry: As they all are, as they all are. Yeah,
1:09:11
John C Dvorak: I think the best going back to Fauci versus Rand
1:09:15
Paul, and you can really see it then. And Rand Paul had the
1:09:19
goods he wasn't, you know, he couldn't say what he had, but he
1:09:23
knew everything. And he was grilling Fauci to get him to
1:09:26
lie. And then he was trying to get Fauci arrested and thrown in
1:09:31
the slammer for lying to Congress. And they're not going
1:09:33
to do anything about that.
1:09:34
Adam Curry: No man, he was just trying to raise donations for
1:09:38
his reelection campaign. That's true. He was just using it to
1:09:41
campaign it was all just it was all performative is
1:09:44
performative, performative. Oh, I played one since you brought
1:09:49
her up and play one more clip before he thanks some people.
1:09:53
This is the latest development. We talked about it just the
1:09:56
other day we were curious why it wasn't happening and there it is
1:09:59
Unknown: needed. Climate of gang violence, poverty and political
1:10:03
instability. A new prime minister has been named to lead
1:10:06
Haiti. Following
1:10:08
discussions with the transitional Presidential
1:10:10
Council after the hearings of the candidates selected for the
1:10:12
position of Prime Minister, Dr. Gary Kony was chosen by
1:10:16
consensus to lead the government of the transition period. Gary,
1:10:19
Connie is no stranger to the position. He previously served
1:10:23
as Haiti's Prime Minister from October 2011 to May 2012, and
1:10:29
helped coordinate the reconstruction effort after the
1:10:31
devastating 2010 earthquake since January 2023. He has been
1:10:36
UNICEF's Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean,
1:10:40
and has 25 years of experience with the United Nations and
1:10:43
other aid agencies. He is now faced with a task daunting for
1:10:48
even the most experienced wrestling Haiti back from the
1:10:51
armed gangs who control an estimated 80% of the capital
1:10:55
Porter prompts.
1:10:56
Adam Curry: So this is Bill and Hillary's guy. Yeah, he was a
1:11:01
part of all that. And he's, you know, this is a total globalist.
1:11:07
He was he's, uh, here we go. The fellow the Fulbright Scholar
1:11:16
Program, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, they have
1:11:21
a vast career in the United Nations. And in that report, you
1:11:26
see, no one Hillary was really clippity clop. And she was
1:11:29
Secretary of State and she'd walk through those doors and
1:11:31
we'd laugh about her, or clump feet concrete, pretty clear.
1:11:34
Pretty clear. Pretty. There. She is rocking in with a Haiti guy.
1:11:38
There's Bill hanging out with a guy. And then there's not like a
1:11:42
barbecue said, Yo, this is the guy. No, they're still fighting.
1:11:45
But now Now we have a guy who can ask for help. Me You can
1:11:50
come in ask for help and blue house
1:11:53
John C Dvorak: will send some people in from Kenya.
1:11:57
Adam Curry: Who we happen to have a meeting with it's
1:11:59
beautiful that way. Yeah. Speaking of prime ministers,
1:12:04
wow. You know that head builders won the majority or won the most
1:12:10
votes, they finally put a cabinet together in the
1:12:14
Netherlands, which has now been eight months, I think. So they
1:12:18
finally have a coalition. And they end here said that and here
1:12:23
of course is the longest sitting member of Parliament at this
1:12:27
point. Isn't islamophobe now and he's made a lot of promises like
1:12:34
when to stop the immigration we're going to you know, do not
1:12:37
take care of Dutch first, make come make Holland great again.
1:12:42
And who do they choose? As Prime Minister, the former chief of
1:12:51
the intern of basically the Dutch CIA Dix hor. This guy who
1:12:59
has been in the Justice Department in the Netherlands
1:13:02
for the past 26 years, at least, he he oversaw the do true
1:13:09
affair, which really resulted in nothing that isn't known as the
1:13:12
Rolodex affair. The damning remember the guy who who was the
1:13:19
justice was attorney general. And he was he was hanging out
1:13:25
with young Turkish boys and men bushes and this guy put all of
1:13:30
he did this is the guy who helped cover all of that up and
1:13:33
now he's the price is going to be the prime minister. It it's
1:13:38
amazing. Everyone in Holland is like what? This guy well, and
1:13:46
then just to add some Dutch news, someone got sucked into a
1:13:51
jet engine. That's people. Exactly. Persons sucked into jet
1:13:58
engine and killed this plane prepares to take off.
1:14:03
John C Dvorak: That was well underway getting rid of the
1:14:06
evidence. Well,
1:14:07
Adam Curry: I've been I've been conversing with some senpai this
1:14:10
isn't a it's a city hopper. So they go from Pier a one A and A
1:14:16
three. And there's a lot of buses that transport passengers
1:14:20
between the parking spots and the piers there. But there's
1:14:22
also ongoing construction work so we don't know yet. At least
1:14:27
at this hour. We don't know yet. It was an Embraer jet, so a
1:14:30
smaller jet engine, which probably really ruined the
1:14:33
engine. But in that we haven't seen any footage yet. But I'm
1:14:38
sure like lots of passengers saw this happen. So this talk that
1:14:44
it could have been a suicide, which is like wow, that's a way
1:14:48
to go.
1:14:49
John C Dvorak: Is of all of always just to go. I think
1:14:53
there's on the bottom of the list. While there's
1:14:56
Adam Curry: a lot of people that commit suicide in the
1:14:58
Netherlands typically that jumped in front of the tree
1:15:00
Train and that happens almost daily. And they have a code for
1:15:06
it if they say we have a we have a technical issue with the with
1:15:10
the electrical lines that's code for someone jumped in front of
1:15:15
the train. It's so bad that there's that it's hard to get
1:15:19
conductors, you know the train engineers to drive the trains.
1:15:24
Oh, yeah, that'd
1:15:25
John C Dvorak: be depressing. Very depressing. And yeah, run
1:15:28
into some dude
1:15:30
Adam Curry: this sucks beast imagine though. I mean, anyway,
1:15:34
so it's you know, we have of course prognosticated this will
1:15:37
be happening more and more. No Hunter Biden better be careful
1:15:40
don't fly KLM the city Hopper now known as the city chopper.
1:15:45
Oh man, I can't believe I did that.
1:15:49
John C Dvorak: City shopper with
1:15:52
Adam Curry: that I'd like to thank you for your currency in
1:15:53
the morning to you the man who put the sea in the city chopper
1:15:56
say hello to my friend on the other end the one and only Mr.
1:15:58
John Cena
1:16:05
John C Dvorak: see yourselves in the water. Dave's nice out there
1:16:08
and the mornings
1:16:14
Adam Curry: This is good. We have 1764 Today, in our troll
1:16:18
room. Last Sunday, last Thursday show was 1693. So we have an
1:16:24
increase in troll count. I'm happy to see this. But on
1:16:29
neutrals. Nice to have you back. It was it were in Nashville and
1:16:34
I had everything lined up and something went wrong
1:16:37
technically, and the livestream what fast the livestream started
1:16:41
playing the episode 1662. So the show that we had done on Sunday.
1:16:48
And stuff happens, you know, it's like, this is all
1:16:51
volunteers. These are all value for value people. So sometimes
1:16:54
something goes wrong. But that the the the tweet and the tweets
1:16:59
that I got, he was really like, Oh, what is this new? This is
1:17:03
the old show. It's like I'm pulling the plug on this. I
1:17:09
can't listen to this. Wow, people? No, it was corrected
1:17:14
within like 15 minutes. made a few calls. And when we fixed it.
1:17:19
I was just like, Come on, man. No, we're not. We're not NBC
1:17:24
here by a longshot.
1:17:27
John C Dvorak: Anyway, yeah. And the donations prove it.
1:17:32
Adam Curry: I saw it, the trolls, of course hanging out in
1:17:36
the troll room at troll room.io where you can always join in 24
1:17:41
hours a day because we got a lot of podcasts that are live or, or
1:17:45
replays on the stream. But really, the beauty is being in
1:17:48
the troll room and trolling. No one's saying stuff like, Oh,
1:17:50
this is I'm logging out I'm ragequitting because it's about
1:17:54
food. This shows that this is wrong. Yeah. Or you could just
1:18:00
stay put and you know, hang out and troll the hosts. That's what
1:18:03
usually happens on these days troll room.io or use a modern
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podcast app, you're going to need it in the future. Spotify
1:18:09
is deep platforming three to five podcasts daily. Apple
1:18:14
doesn't mention anything, but they're doing the same. They're
1:18:18
all they're all take too much work for him anyway. What is too
1:18:21
much work?
1:18:23
John C Dvorak: These guys, Apple, Spotify what's why are
1:18:27
they even involved? Exactly,
1:18:29
Adam Curry: which is why we built the podcast index and all
1:18:32
the modern podcast apps connect to it. There's no D platform and
1:18:34
go to podcast apps.com You will not be disappointed. Value for
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value is how we've been keeping the show afloat for 17 years to
1:18:44
be 17 years in October. Because obviously if we relied on
1:18:48
commercial money that we would have been well, that's it for
1:18:51
our six month anniversary was nice knowing you John said we
1:18:55
might
1:18:56
John C Dvorak: that would be the case, because the half the stuff
1:18:58
we talk about is verboten.
1:19:01
Adam Curry: Yes. That's right. Now, of course, we could have
1:19:04
gone all in, we would have been rich, we could have been Rogen
1:19:08
rich.
1:19:08
John C Dvorak: That's true. That's true. If we had gone
1:19:13
along with the program and promote, you know, that's like
1:19:16
the vaccine schedule. That's right, Anthem.
1:19:19
Adam Curry: That's right. You know, just
1:19:21
John C Dvorak: the more you do, the more you get, the more money
1:19:23
you make.
1:19:25
Adam Curry: One of the ways that we're selling out your
1:19:27
listeners, the fact that we have people who actually put their
1:19:32
energy and their time into making sure we have a live
1:19:35
stream and making sure that stuff does get scheduled and
1:19:38
played even though there's a snafu from time to time it
1:19:41
happens. That's value that's provided by Rare is very rare,
1:19:45
and it's appreciate I mean, even Darren O'Neil pre show guy value
1:19:49
right there value, value. He went all the way to Chad GPT for
1:19:53
a post. I mean, that's still value is valuable. We appreciate
1:19:56
it. We also appreciate our artists and I did not consult
1:20:01
you on this because we had selected an older Taunton, Neil
1:20:04
image for the climate change special. And then as I was going
1:20:08
to download it, I noticed she had put a new one up. I'm like,
1:20:12
Well, why don't we use the new one? And it was very subtle. I
1:20:17
don't know if you saw the image. I
1:20:18
John C Dvorak: saw it. Yeah, no, I think that's a prerogative
1:20:21
pick.
1:20:21
Adam Curry: Yeah. Did you see the subtleness of it, though,
1:20:24
with that bug
1:20:25
John C Dvorak: or whatever they need? Yeah. So you got it was
1:20:27
two versions of that. Which Why'd you pick that one and not
1:20:30
the other one?
1:20:31
Adam Curry: was the one. I picked the one with the bug.
1:20:34
With the other one.
1:20:35
John C Dvorak: What was wrong with that?
1:20:37
Adam Curry: What was the other one then?
1:20:38
John C Dvorak: She had two of them there. Two of them.
1:20:40
Adam Curry: But what was the difference? One was in a bug,
1:20:43
because I thought that was great. It was the the polar bear
1:20:47
is on is on a small piece of ice. And his reflection is a bug
1:20:53
from climate change, because we're all going to be eating
1:20:55
bugs.
1:20:56
John C Dvorak: Yeah, you I know. And you heard he let me go. I
1:20:59
haven't loaded yet. But I thought that when I'm yakking
1:21:04
away I thought that was a stall. Okay. All right. I thought it
1:21:07
was the other was like a dead animal of some sort. Yeah, no,
1:21:10
no,
1:21:10
Adam Curry: it was basically a polar bear. Skeleton. Yeah, I
1:21:15
thought the bug was funnier. Well, I didn't I didn't know I
1:21:20
mean, I would. It would be something we'd argue about.
1:21:23
Yeah. Then and, and I would have put my foot down for the I think
1:21:27
the bug
1:21:27
John C Dvorak: is probably Yeah, the bag is probably deeper.
1:21:32
There you go. Well, we
1:21:34
Adam Curry: thank Taunton. Neil, we thank all of our artists as
1:21:37
always for checking in a number of people did some Nico's Nico
1:21:41
Syme brought in something which looked like AI. Was there
1:21:47
anything else? No, I think that was it. Of course it was. We
1:21:50
could have also chosen for a memorial day, even though it
1:21:54
wasn't Memorial Day, it was Sunday, which we typically would
1:21:57
have done. But this was not Memorial Day. It was the climate
1:22:00
change. But it was actually the global warming special. But I
1:22:03
let that slide and we thank Taunton, Neil Thompson, Neil is
1:22:05
on the ball, another Dutch grandmaster. We have so many of
1:22:11
them. I just, I'm so fond of them. Of course, we always like
1:22:16
to take this break to thank our executive and Associate
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Executive producers, just like Hollywood, you be like Dana
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And you can use that that title that credit anywhere credits are
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can provide that type of value. We love any type of value. If
1:22:49
everybody gave five bucks a month we'd be we'd be in like
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Flynn would be set and good to go. That's not the case. But
1:22:55
everyone who does
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John C Dvorak: that will never happen to any podcast and pod.
1:22:58
Budding podcasters have to come to this realization sooner than
1:23:03
later.
1:23:03
Adam Curry: Yeah, they're also not going to I think the whole
1:23:05
idea that we'll just sell subscriptions I think that's
1:23:10
that's over this too many subscriptions. And then the idea
1:23:14
of I'll put out premium content behind the firewall then what do
1:23:18
you what do you begin people cramming
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John C Dvorak: me in content premium
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Adam Curry: content? So instead, we give you all the premium
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stuff, right? There's no charge you provide the value when it is
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valuable to you. Anything you send back which can vary from
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person to person what you have what is value to you? How much
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is valuable it's all appreciated. We really want to
1:23:40
thank you for that. Now we kick it off with Paul Ouled ad ads.
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Add the finger is he think that's me? See if that spelled
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properly. Paul bow it's a weird ad l finger adult finger he's
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from Rock Island, Illinois, and he sent in a typewritten note
1:24:04
which the actual writer Yeah, looks like an old listen. It
1:24:09
looks like the notes My grandfather used to type on
1:24:12
index cards. It's kind of cool ITM Paul from Rock Island here.
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No relation no relation to Adam for Brock Island aka sir goes to
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11 in thanks for his to human resources, who recently served
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at my father's funeral. Please find this attached binary 33
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donation because it is in fact $1,000.01 binary for 33 This
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completes now, it was somebody
1:24:39
John C Dvorak: pointed this out before that 100001 is 33 in
1:24:45
binary. We should make that a permanent fixture on the
1:24:50
donation possibility.
1:24:52
Adam Curry: I will today added as a separate binary donation.
1:24:57
So it gets its own category. Like a show number donation
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Okay,
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John C Dvorak: I think that's a good idea maybe they're
1:25:04
encouraging more people to donate 100001 Please
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Adam Curry: this completes my journey to knighthood he says
1:25:14
please Knight me sir fist rust
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John C Dvorak: Did you see this blue joke he's got here
1:25:19
accounting below accounting
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Adam Curry: colon this no jingles no comma Paul Thank you
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brother we really appreciate that. That is tremendous amount
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of value and we thank you and he's gonna
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John C Dvorak: be surfaced wrestler
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Adam Curry: fist Russ. That's correct, sir. Fist rust. Looking
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forward to it.
1:25:41
John C Dvorak: And we go right down to $350.93 from Sir Don
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Francis and Chandler, Arizona. And he says PPS if you haven't
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already, please add Stephanie to the birthday list.
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Adam Curry: I believe she's on. Is she? Yep. You want me to
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double check. I'll double check.
1:26:00
John C Dvorak: Whether you are checking as we spoke.
1:26:03
Adam Curry: Check, keep keep going.
1:26:05
John C Dvorak: I'll check. Okay, well, I've done that's it.
1:26:07
That's his whole note. She's
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Adam Curry: on the list. That was the whole note. Now that
1:26:10
can't be that look like the note was much longer.
1:26:12
John C Dvorak: Mike sheet What are you reading says?
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Adam Curry: Please perform this. Switcheroo. Yeah, for birthday.
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John C Dvorak: I'm sorry. Yeah, I made a mistake. I'll start
1:26:23
over. Hi, please do Sir Don Francis Chandler, Arizona. I see
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what happened. By 350 93. Dear John and Adam in the morning
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please form a switcheroo and credit this donation at
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executive producer ship. Honor shipping for this Oh, producer
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ship. In honor of my smokin hot wife, Dame Stephanie Francis
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And I get to share a life with this beautiful, godly,
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intelligent, funny, energetic, talented and amazing woman.
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There you go. This donation also makes Stephanie a Baronet tests.
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Love is lit. Sir John Francis. P S. KTL. D?
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Adam Curry: Yes. I should disclose that Don and Stephanie
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were at our vow renewal. And they live in Arizona.
1:27:16
John C Dvorak: Came in from Arizona. They
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Adam Curry: sure did. Yeah, they sure did. That's dedication, of
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course. And Katie LD is this keep the lid down. Keep the lid
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down. KTL D. I know your puzzle. So all right.
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John C Dvorak: Guys do it toilets, I think yes. Then we
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Adam Curry: have two donations from Touchstone racing, Grand
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Prairie Texas. And I don't know if that was a fat finger, but
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we'll take it two times. 343 Dots 75. And one of them has the
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node love the show and the work you put into it. Well, thank you
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Touchstone racing. We we appreciate you. Thank you very
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much that
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John C Dvorak: keep us updated. Yes, please do Bolton and Stokes
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Dale, North Carolina. Three, three. I really enjoy the show
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my donation of 33333 makes me a first time executive producer. I
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would like some jobs karma for a possible promotion at work. Keep
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up the excellent work. Jimmy Bolton,
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Adam Curry: we can do that for you. Books, jobs, karma,
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incoming
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Unknown: jobs, jobs, jobs and jobs for jobs.
1:28:40
Adam Curry: Now I have to line up a couple of jingles for this
1:28:43
next one, which is written in all caps. Yes. Which Why do
1:28:49
people do that? I'm always I'm always interested in because
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John C Dvorak: of the idiotic idea of putting a Caps Lock key
1:28:55
on modern keyboards. There you go.
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Adam Curry: Excuse me requests quite a lot of long jingle. So
1:29:02
I'm going to shorten some but it's a switcheroo raffle
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donation for Shannon summers. So this it says the indie na meet
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up but this will now become Shannon summers. There's a lot
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of accounting stuff we've got to do here. They'll take care of
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that. Okay, Shannon summers Boom. Done. Adam and John.
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Thanks for all you do. We do enjoy the mental amusement and
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education. Your twice weekly sanity break is well worth the
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journey. I boosted the $250 raffle by 50 De Niro's to become
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a true EP executive producer. I have a newfound personal exit
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strategy, move to the southern US border, learn Spanish and
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help the newcomers with their resumes. PS please don't tell
1:29:43
Linda Lou packin miles of smiles
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John C Dvorak: in a second hold on. He's he thinks her name is
1:29:50
Linda Lou. Linda Lou patcon Yeah, last name Pat. Yeah, I
1:29:54
love know her name is Linda and her last name is Lou Pat
1:29:58
gherkin.
1:29:59
Adam Curry: I think Linda's patcon should change your name
1:30:01
Linda Lou Linda.
1:30:05
John C Dvorak: Came in is their time
1:30:09
Adam Curry: miles of smiles and free advertising and the mere
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cost of 45 duckets in the Hoosier State. Jingles Martha
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look at this juice. I got hairy legs, Obama Chicken Dance and a
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rev l failed pronunciations. We'll go for the first three. Oh
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my gosh. Can you see that Jews hairy legs
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Unknown: Hey
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hey,
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John C Dvorak: hey go. Milo Curtis and Chesapeake Virginia
1:30:55
250. We're already already down into for two shows are down into
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the Associate Executive producer level already after listening to
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1100 86 shows. Milo writes I'm finally able to contribute. The
1:31:10
amount of value I have hoarded and not given back is shameful.
1:31:15
So let the D douching commands.
1:31:19
Adam Curry: You've been D deuced.
1:31:22
John C Dvorak: 12 years of right sizing my amygdala has left me
1:31:26
fortified against the corrupt media efforts to manipulate and
1:31:32
lead astray. Leave me a stretch I'd say. As a result, my friends
1:31:38
often marveled at the keen insights that I bring to the
1:31:42
discussions. This overwhelming values due to my immediate
1:31:47
deconstruction mentors, John and Adam. In episode 1662 was
1:31:52
mentioned that no flag is authorized to fly higher than
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the ensign. This gave me my first well actually, according
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to the Navy instruction NTP, one three B and marine order 1052 O
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dot three. No other flag or pennant should be placed above
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or, if on the same level to the right of the national flag
1:32:19
except during church services conducted by naval chaplains at
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sea when the church pennant may be flown above the flag during
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church services for the personnel of the Navy. When the
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church pennant flies above the ensign, it is a declaration that
1:32:37
we are one nation under God. No, there you go. When you go, Hey,
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go. Thanks so much for your 12 years of amazing services. It's
1:32:45
actually coming on 17 It feels good to contribute and declare
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in the morning. very respectfully Milo.
1:32:54
Adam Curry: Thanks, Milo. That's nice note. Our next Associate
1:32:59
Executive Producer, is that Larry show Oh, there's that
1:33:03
Larry show. 233 dot 33 Dear John and Adam he writes books. Is
1:33:08
this also this he thinks is printed? Or is this also a
1:33:11
typewriter type? It is I Larry of that Larry show the guy with
1:33:18
the subsonic voice I mean, the subsonic voice also co hosts of
1:33:25
planet rage. With Darren O'Neill aka the pre show guy Mr. knob.
1:33:31
And Darrell. Darren and i
1:33:33
John C Dvorak: Alright, Mr.
1:33:35
Adam Curry: Darrell is pretty direct. For now, Mr. knob.
1:33:40
Darren and I are thrilled and flattered that you you being
1:33:42
Adam, dig our show. Thank you, John. What the hell are you
1:33:46
waiting for? This donation is woefully late. I've been busy
1:33:50
freeing myself and my family from the hellscape that is Los
1:33:52
Angeles, California and escape Adam wisely affected many years
1:33:56
ago John, what the hell are you waiting for? Adam
1:34:00
congratulations on your spiritual awakening since it
1:34:03
commenced there's a noticeable joyfulness in your voice and a
1:34:06
bounce in your attitude. John, what the hell are you waiting
1:34:10
for? You guys kept me sane during the scam demic. And now
1:34:14
as we hurtle into the bird flu pandemic and the maelstrom of
1:34:17
election lies I'm counting on you to spill the tea and hit me
1:34:21
to the latest sleaze and subterfuge that is life that in
1:34:24
the remnants of America. God bless you both keep doing what
1:34:28
you're doing and have a listen to that Larry show. You just
1:34:31
might dig it. A nice note from Larry is it good that both rage?
1:34:38
Planet rage and that Larry show the good shows? A good Chivers
1:34:43
so now they all say also airlive on no agenda stream on that in
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the troll room. Those guys are Witten
1:34:51
John C Dvorak: quitting in
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Adam Curry: sir Tooth Fairy.
1:34:55
John C Dvorak: Oh good. Sir tooth fairy is Valparaiso in
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Indiana's resident and he came in with 223 on the money from
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Sir Tooth Fairy I received the new agenda ABC book the other
1:35:10
day. My oldest human resource read it first and after trying
1:35:15
to figure out a way to explain what a douchebag is to a seven
1:35:19
year old I turned around and every clock in the kitchen red
1:35:23
333 If that's not assigned to donate, I don't know what is
1:35:29
going against him yet karma please. Sure Tooth Fairy.
1:35:34
Adam Curry: You've got ah and here's John Wooden from Kodiak,
1:35:43
Arkansas. The last Alaska I'm sorry, yes, I was looking at
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like, no, that's not Arkansas, Alaska. I'm sorry, John. $210.60
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no notes that gets you a double up karma. You've got karma.
1:36:00
John C Dvorak: Aaron with two N's Aaron Shaw Aaron prairie.
1:36:04
They're in Louisiana, Erin. She's also Dame Mary moon.
1:36:09
Switcheroo. This will go to my hub. Puppies, peerage, sir.
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dewclaw third annual no agenda. crawfish boil. All right.
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Crayfish, crayfish, fish crayfish re fish boil on a
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calendar for Jesus Sunday, June 2 In Prairieville. Louisiana and
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that's not a Louisiana accent. Nope. Please RSVP as the Texas
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accent actually, Please RSVP if you're coming at no agenda
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meetups.com So we can make sure there's enough crawfish
1:36:40
crayfish. We don't want to wait to see every we can't wait to
1:36:45
see everyone we don't want to see and we don't want to see
1:36:48
anybody want to eat all the crawfish. We can't wait to see
1:36:52
everyone again. Thanks. Aaron Shaw. Also known I liked that
1:36:58
idea of Aaron with the two ends, also known
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Adam Curry: as Dame Mary moon. And then we have from
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Bensenville Illinois, Eli the coffee guy 205 dot 26. And he
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says between rehabbing our house, then bootstrapping our
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coffee company and having a baby. Speak for yourself. I'm
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happy to be in a position to finally be able to donate to the
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show after several years.
1:37:22
John C Dvorak: But has he been doing it? For the last several
1:37:25
years?
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Adam Curry: Maybe this is maybe sharing my treasure with the
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podcast that's has seen me through countless hours of hard
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John C Dvorak: Sure, Ill Pope de ciclismo ciclismo ciclismo
1:38:01
ciclismo in Aveiro. PRT Puerto Rico by No I think we're
1:38:08
Portugal. No, no, I think it's Puerto Rico. No Portugal,
1:38:11
partially Portuguese in Portuguese and
1:38:13
Adam Curry: he's probably era middle. Probably criminal. All
1:38:15
the criminals going live in Portugal.
1:38:19
John C Dvorak: Credit Dysart il Pope these kids Lismore, Black
1:38:23
Knight, Aveiro, Portugal, sir. Wow, the Dow proud to be a
1:38:30
listener since the beginning. I love what you guys do for my
1:38:35
mental sanity and critical thinking. We need more
1:38:38
Portuguese this week to show more criminals, please. They're
1:38:42
not criminals. They're living the good life in Portugal,
1:38:45
believe me. They have better prices on everything. Also,
1:38:49
Adam Curry: they've proven in court that PCR is only 3%
1:38:53
accurate. The Portuguese yes in the Portuguese court.
1:38:58
John C Dvorak: So the 3% accurate? Yes. Da Well, I'm
1:39:03
surprised is that high? Right? Please send Carmen all the best
1:39:08
sir il Pope. You've got karma might be pronounced Gil Popa
1:39:15
Bill Pope be Puppy,
1:39:17
Adam Curry: puppy.
1:39:17
John C Dvorak: I'll read this one too. Linda LAPACK is in
1:39:19
Lakewood, Colorado. We know what she's up to. Yeah, she came up
1:39:22
with 200 bucks and she wants to jobs Carlinville resume Linda
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like ink. Like yes like ink can be ink well. I got it or fight.
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the producers list jobs,
1:39:50
Unknown: jobs, jobs and jobs for jobs are much
1:39:59
John C Dvorak: more I hate the fact that we did a trumpet we
1:40:02
actually add him I give him full credit for this because he put
1:40:05
it together which is the clips show of all our commentary, not
1:40:12
clips. So it's not really a clip show. It's a commentary show
1:40:15
regarding climate change, which everybody thought was great,
1:40:19
everybody here one person has said anything negative about it,
1:40:23
despite that work and effort, and I should mention this I've
1:40:27
done these shows I did the other one on climate change with
1:40:30
clips. These shows take longer to produce they're an actual
1:40:34
show to me a full day. It shows that we start the show at 11 we
1:40:40
ended around three or so the West Coast time 11 to three ish
1:40:46
that's including the after part of the shows we I guess we
1:40:48
insurance, gonna
1:40:49
Adam Curry: say the after party after party the after party.
1:40:55
John C Dvorak: We which has a name which eludes me, anyway,
1:40:58
the display so that two and a half hours, three hours actually
1:41:03
three by three hours and 10 minutes for a show typically is
1:41:05
should be 245. But we overdo it that is easier sitting here
1:41:11
yakking away than it is to produce one of these clips shows
1:41:15
and we demand of income we get from it is nil. Well,
1:41:19
Adam Curry: we also want to thank sur de nonnamous for his
1:41:21
work on being it.io. Now with AI, you can easily make clips
1:41:26
and find anything you're looking for in every single episode of
1:41:29
the show every single one. Before I wind this up. I do want
1:41:33
to thank some people send some stuff to my Pio box is amazing.
1:41:36
I went to the PIO box. Yes. And it was this envelope and they
1:41:38
had to open that and then open another envelope and and another
1:41:41
one and it was a single index card with no no note from who it
1:41:46
came from and says illegals are given a birth certificate and
1:41:49
driver's license and then an arrow so I turn it over and says
1:41:52
read 18 USC USC 611 C three voting by aliens. Oh, thank you.
1:41:58
I'm aware of that now. And I want to die. And I know it's one
1:42:02
of those cryptic notes like so I read it but
1:42:04
John C Dvorak: I mean, what what they're giving birth
1:42:08
certificates and driver's license so they can vote
1:42:11
apparently
1:42:12
Adam Curry: the 18 USC 611 C three
1:42:17
John C Dvorak: I know that's someone thought it was that I
1:42:19
guess that's the idea. So that's the rig. There you go. Although
1:42:23
they can't force him to vote one way or the other. Somebody has
1:42:25
to make it clear to them they can vote for Trump. And Dame
1:42:29
Adam Curry: nurse Caitlin and her brother Trey did a big cross
1:42:34
country road trip we missed them unfortunately as they came
1:42:37
through Fredericksburg but they did go to the White Sands
1:42:41
Missile Range in New Mexico has her brother had been stationed
1:42:43
there. And they got me a challenge coin, which I
1:42:45
appreciate. Beautiful. That's cool. always seems like not
1:42:49
another challenge coin. Yeah, man challenge coins are cool. I
1:42:53
have
1:42:53
John C Dvorak: a budget challenge. i We got one of our
1:42:55
producers, I'm supposed to send him one of the old leftover
1:42:57
challenge coins. And I have a cache of challenge coins lost in
1:43:02
the house. Now. I want to go back to Brunetti. You know, he
1:43:07
was he has he has challenged horses. He's an archivist just
1:43:12
like me. I didn't realize it. He's got full you know, the Star
1:43:15
Wars that white guy whatever. Those guys are called those
1:43:18
soldiers. Aerial guard. imperii. He's got an A complete Imperial
1:43:23
Guard suit in one of his collections going back
1:43:28
Adam Curry: to Glenn Beck has one of those.
1:43:31
John C Dvorak: I guess you're auctioning them off. I didn't
1:43:33
ask him how he got he he kind of I mean, he may have told me
1:43:36
stories.
1:43:38
Adam Curry: Drew Brees a Stormtrooper, not Imperial
1:43:39
troopers. Thank you, right. He's
1:43:40
John C Dvorak: got it. Yeah, he's got a storage Stormtrooper
1:43:43
suit that's sitting that standing there in one of his
1:43:46
collection does
1:43:47
Adam Curry: he have does he have like Glenn Beck? Dorothy's ruby
1:43:50
red slippers. Come on now? No.
1:43:54
John C Dvorak: And so he but he believed me. He's got it. He's
1:43:57
got a formidable collection. He is also got cars. He's got all
1:44:01
kinds of stuff. Wow, the fire truck. And but the difference
1:44:06
between his collection and mine is that he's a little more
1:44:09
organized. You know? What annoying when you don't say he's
1:44:15
more organized. So it's like, yeah, this is nuts. I mean, if
1:44:19
you could be that, you know, he's like, built his property. I
1:44:22
said, 44, Oregon. Dan, did you know just Barnes and there's all
1:44:26
kinds of places to store stuff. Yeah. And it's like, organized.
1:44:29
It's really depressing. Yeah, but
1:44:31
Adam Curry: he has sex money from that. 50 shades movie.
1:44:34
Yeah, he's
1:44:35
John C Dvorak: got sex money or whatever it is. And that's true.
1:44:39
But he's, I think he does a lot of this himself. He I think he's
1:44:44
Adam Curry: Oh, like a little autistic like, boy, he
1:44:48
John C Dvorak: doesn't show any signs of being autistic by any
1:44:50
means, but I think he's a little he might be anal.
1:44:55
Adam Curry: There you go. So he has what I have
1:45:00
John C Dvorak: No, he doesn't have to read sealer.
1:45:02
Adam Curry: He should. You should try it. It's cool.
1:45:06
John C Dvorak: He's a neat freak. I great conversation
1:45:08
starter.
1:45:11
Adam Curry: Well, thank you very much to our executive and
1:45:13
Associate Executive producers for episode 1664. We really
1:45:18
appreciate what you do. Thank you so much for producing this
1:45:20
show. Our formula
1:45:22
Unknown: is this. We go out, we get people in the mouth
1:45:36
Adam Curry: shut us become a producer today, no agenda
1:45:40
donations.com Bada bing, bada boom, bada boom, you might do
1:45:45
some climate change. There's a lot of climate change stuff. In
1:45:49
fact, in fact, no, I'm going to take the helm. Because Pete Buda
1:45:54
judge, which your buddy Andrew can't seem to pronounce his last
1:45:58
name.
1:45:59
John C Dvorak: No, he won't any refuses to do it. Probably.
1:46:02
Probably
1:46:03
Adam Curry: a good policy, sat down for a long form interview
1:46:07
with CBS. And boy, Is he dumb,
1:46:11
Unknown: and we're joined by the Secretary of Transportation.
1:46:13
Pete Buttigieg. Good to have you here. Good to be here. Good to
1:46:16
be here.
1:46:16
Adam Curry: Both. Just sounded just like that. Good to be here
1:46:19
both. So let's get into it. Let's start right away with the
1:46:22
climate change info.
1:46:24
Unknown: I also wonder when we see a forecast like we just did
1:46:27
from NOAA, that we're going to have a more severe hurricane
1:46:30
season this summer. What you are thinking and planning for do you
1:46:34
need to change regulation because of more severe
1:46:37
turbulence as well,
1:46:38
the reality is the effects of climate change are already upon
1:46:42
us in terms of our transportation, we've seen that
1:46:44
in the form of everything from heat waves that shouldn't
1:46:48
statistically even be possible.
1:46:51
Adam Curry: Okay, first of all, write this down people. This
1:46:54
should be the worst hurricane season ever. Write it down,
1:46:58
write it down. It might be but it probably won't be whenever
1:47:02
they say worst ever. And now he's saying heat waves that
1:47:06
should statistically not even be possible. What does that mean?
1:47:12
Have you seen these reports? Statistically, it could never be
1:47:15
this hot. I mean, that's exactly what they're saying. Like the
1:47:19
hottest year on record climate change mailed to
1:47:21
John C Dvorak: me. I don't know why he's even talking. He's
1:47:24
dumped
1:47:24
Unknown: in the form of everything from heat waves that
1:47:27
shouldn't statistically even be possible, threatening to melt
1:47:31
the cables of transit systems. And
1:47:35
Adam Curry: it's melting the cables of transit systems
1:47:38
Pacific
1:47:38
Unknown: Northwest, to, as you mentioned, hurricanes to the
1:47:41
northwest,
1:47:42
John C Dvorak: really, in Seattle, raining as we speak,
1:47:47
Unknown: threatening to melt the cables of transit systems in the
1:47:50
Pacific Northwest, to as you mentioned, Hurricane Syria
1:47:54
John C Dvorak: as well. Hold on a second. I have a place up
1:47:56
there. If I'm not there. I'm getting daily reports. None of
1:48:00
this is going on. It's been crappy. It's been cold. Yeah.
1:48:05
Yeah.
1:48:06
Adam Curry: The boots on the ground.
1:48:08
Unknown: It's not true. He's lying hurricane seasons becoming
1:48:11
more and more extreme and indications that turbulence is
1:48:15
up by about full stop.
1:48:18
Adam Curry: There, we're gonna get through these.
1:48:20
John C Dvorak: Well, I'll back off. Isn't he the department
1:48:23
head of the Department of Transportation? What is he got
1:48:26
to do or know about climate change?
1:48:29
Adam Curry: Well, it affects his business. Oh, yeah. Yeah,
1:48:32
exactly. It's all good. Because it affects transportation.
1:48:36
Unknown: What am I thinking coming more and more extreme and
1:48:40
indications that turbulence is up by about 15% that means
1:48:44
Adam Curry: Hello, this 55 Pete does 55 from 0.1 to 0.15
1:48:51
Unknown: locations that turbulence is up by about 15%.
1:48:55
That means
1:48:56
John C Dvorak: a whole lot is is that right? He so he gets from
1:49:00
one to 1.1 point 1.5. So he thinks that means 15%. He's
1:49:06
Adam Curry: the number is 55%. But for some reason, he says 15
1:49:12
Because either he's confused. He heard it wrong in the briefing,
1:49:15
or he's dumb indications
1:49:18
Unknown: that turbulence is up by about 15%. That means
1:49:22
assessing anything and everything that we can do about
1:49:24
it or in the US Well, in the atmosphere generally, but
1:49:28
certainly something that will affect American travelers,
1:49:30
whether here or abroad.
1:49:31
Adam Curry: Oh, let's dig into that peak.
1:49:33
Unknown: So you said that that horrific video that people were
1:49:36
terrified by when they saw the Singapore Airlines periphery
1:49:39
account are such severe, daily one. That was rare. But you're
1:49:44
saying you do expect to see more incidents like that here in the
1:49:48
US to
1:49:49
be clear, something that extreme is very rare, but triathlons can
1:49:54
happen and sometimes it can happen unexpectedly. Turbulence
1:49:58
happens. That's one of The reasons why you may notice
1:50:01
compared to years ago,
1:50:03
Adam Curry: it's when you fly into a thunderstorm. That's
1:50:06
exactly what the Singapore Airlines aircraft did. More
1:50:09
Unknown: often you'll hear the captain or the flight attendants
1:50:12
ask you to keep your seatbelt on, even if the light isn't
1:50:14
saying that you're required to keep your seatbelt on. And
1:50:17
again, this is something that has to continually evolve. Our
1:50:20
climate is evolving. our policies and our technology and
1:50:24
our infrastructure have to evolve accordingly to Oh,
1:50:26
brother,
1:50:27
Adam Curry: keep your seatbelt on people. That's the safest. If
1:50:30
you don't keep your seatbelt on at all times. You take a risk
1:50:34
when you go into the laboratory. But really, it's the poor flight
1:50:37
attendants. They're the ones most recently didn't even say
1:50:40
that, you know, those poor those brave flight attendants, who
1:50:43
always said brave, brave that they are brave. And I was
1:50:47
talking to Dame Christina Pearl flew into San Antonio. She works
1:50:50
at Southwest Airlines. She came to visit us yesterday. Do you
1:50:53
know what? Because she worked for 29 years at Southwest. Do
1:50:57
you know that? She told me that? What do you think the most
1:51:01
annoying thing is that people do to the flight attendants.
1:51:04
John C Dvorak: They keep ringing the bell? No, they poke her.
1:51:08
They make Volker
1:51:10
Adam Curry: yeah Miss Miss Miss and they
1:51:12
John C Dvorak: don't even do that in a strip club and get
1:51:14
away with exactly what
1:51:15
Adam Curry: she said. She says you can't even touch strippers.
1:51:17
That's exactly what she said. They poke her they're poking the
1:51:22
flight attendants Miss Miss Miss. People are insane. Let's
1:51:29
stop poking your flight attendant.
1:51:31
Unknown: On Friday, Boeing released a report that said they
1:51:34
saw a 500% increase in the number of employee submissions
1:51:40
about safety concerns during the first two months of 2024. This
1:51:44
is of course after all these high profile incidents that
1:51:46
happened with that plane door just flying off. Okay, it's good
1:51:52
employees.
1:51:54
Adam Curry: Like that. The plane? Yeah, it was it was a
1:51:56
door plug. Okay, but the plane door flying off. Sounds better
1:52:00
clean
1:52:00
Unknown: door just flying off. Okay, it's good employees are
1:52:05
seeing something and saying something but a 500% increase. I
1:52:08
mean, that would notice
1:52:09
Adam Curry: how she sets him up. It's good that they're seeing
1:52:12
something and saying something. Okay.
1:52:15
Unknown: It's good employees are seeing something and saying
1:52:17
something but a 500% increase? I mean, that would suggest that
1:52:20
there are
1:52:21
John C Dvorak: no I have to say, I'm Bakra. Who is this woman?
1:52:24
Adam Curry: This is a CBS woman who works for CBS. He's that
1:52:28
woman. Is your acting is Nora. Yeah. Why why do you inquire and
1:52:36
stop the clique
1:52:36
John C Dvorak: as I like to know what it is that's talking to
1:52:39
now? Okay. Well, she's
1:52:40
Adam Curry: setting him up.
1:52:41
Unknown: Okay. It's good employees are seeing something
1:52:43
and saying something, but a 500% increase? I mean, that would
1:52:46
suggest that there are actual issues here.
1:52:48
Adam Curry: I'm sorry. It's Margaret Brennan. Margaret
1:52:50
Brown. Oh, worse. Thank you clip custodian.
1:52:53
John C Dvorak: That's right. I mentioned I should mention that
1:52:55
Margaret Brennan during COVID. They, she was working out of her
1:53:00
house. And somebody visited or put her on a zoom call or
1:53:04
something. And she hadn't didn't she wasn't wearing her makeup.
1:53:07
And she had a hair thing. Of course, the hairband. She's a
1:53:11
dead ringer for Hillary a yummy, Hillary really? Yeah, I was
1:53:16
actually shocked by the fact that she looks so much like
1:53:18
Hillary. That's right.
1:53:19
Unknown: There's an encouraging part and a concerning part, the
1:53:22
encouraging part is we want Boeing and any producer in the
1:53:26
aviation space to have a culture of if you see something, say
1:53:30
something, I really want to make sure.
1:53:37
Reporting work, we have both whistleblower mechanisms to let
1:53:41
us know something directly at the FAA. But in a healthy
1:53:44
company that should also be happening where they are urging
1:53:46
it earlier. If there were evidence of that, that would
1:53:49
that would lead to direct action. I'm not here to make an
1:53:51
accusation like that. At this time. What I will say is, we
1:53:54
want to see a culture where that kind of recourse if anything, we
1:53:57
want you to err on the side of reporting. So that's the
1:54:00
encouraging part. The concerning part, of course, is that any of
1:54:02
those issues are happening at all. And that's why Boeing is
1:54:05
under a huge amount of scrutiny right now, including from the
1:54:08
FAA. The administrator took the extraordinary step of saying
1:54:12
that Boeing cannot increase their production, right until
1:54:15
they've demonstrated that they can do it safely. My
1:54:19
Adam Curry: goodness, Pete All right, gets better here. Because
1:54:22
now we're gonna go into the phony baloney, Evie hype. Thank
1:54:26
you, Elon Musk for making everybody believe that this is
1:54:29
the way of the future.
1:54:31
Unknown: I want to ask you about something that we hear quite a
1:54:34
lot about on the campaign trail, and that is electric cars, and
1:54:38
electric vehicles. Donald Trump repeatedly it talks about
1:54:42
President Biden's decision to force the industry towards
1:54:45
making 56% of car batteries electric by 2030 to 13% hybrid.
1:54:51
Listen to what he said New Jersey recently.
1:54:54
Do you notice he's trying to save the electrical vehicle but
1:54:57
not the gas powered, which is the vehicle that every Nobody
1:55:00
wants they're going crazy with the electric car costing us a
1:55:04
fortune. We're spending hundreds of billions of dollars
1:55:07
subsidizing the car that nobody wants it nobody's ever gonna
1:55:10
buy.
1:55:11
He's not wrong on the purchase. He's not the 4 million vehicles
1:55:16
purchased. You know, what
1:55:17
Adam Curry: was that laugh about? He's not wrong.
1:55:22
John C Dvorak: Made again weirdo.
1:55:23
Unknown: He's not wrong. Oh, he's gonna purchase. He's not.
1:55:26
Adam Curry: He says he's not. He's not wrong. He's not he's
1:55:29
wrong. He's wrong.
1:55:30
Unknown: He's not wrong. Oh, he's gonna purchase the 4
1:55:34
million vehicles purchased. You know what 269,000 electric
1:55:38
vehicles were sold in the US market. It's up like
1:55:40
two. Every single year more Americans buy EVs that year
1:55:44
Whoa, this is really important quickly every single year
1:55:46
Adam Curry: because the old ones are useless and they got to
1:55:49
throw them out and buy a new one more Americans
1:55:51
Unknown: buy EVs than the year prior. There are two things that
1:55:54
I think are needed for that to happen even more quickly. One is
1:55:57
the price which is why the inflation Reduction Act acted to
1:56:00
cut the price of an electric vehicle. The second is making
1:56:02
sure we have the charging network we need across America,
1:56:05
even though most Evie charge owners will do most of their
1:56:08
charging at home. If you live in an apartment building or you're
1:56:10
driving long distances, you need other options in those charges.
1:56:13
So that's exactly what we're working on.
1:56:15
Adam Curry: Uh huh. All right,
1:56:17
John C Dvorak: let's get to the bigger people and then been
1:56:19
pushing people into apartments, which is part of this agenda.
1:56:24
Yep. Is to get single get rid of single homes, single family
1:56:28
homes, single family dwellings is correct phrase and move
1:56:33
people into apartments and more
1:56:35
Adam Curry: and more tiny homes in the woods.
1:56:38
John C Dvorak: Any of those things don't have the option of
1:56:40
having a charger. The other thing is, is you even have a
1:56:46
home at the insurance companies don't want you putting the car
1:56:50
in the garage to charge it because it'll blow up the house
1:56:53
exists. So everything is off. Now.
1:56:58
Unknown: That's true. But I want to talk about the bigger point
1:56:59
here. And I take this very personally because I grew up in
1:57:03
the industrial Midwest, literally in the Chateau have
1:57:07
broken down factories from car companies that did not survive
1:57:12
into the turn of the century because they many
1:57:14
times concern electric vehicles require fewer humans to
1:57:18
manufacture.
1:57:18
The most important thing is that the Evie revolution will happen
1:57:22
screw the people, with or without us. And we've got to
1:57:25
make sure that it's American led Oh, yes, what the recipe
1:57:28
John C Dvorak: is canceled. I can't be American Chinese. I
1:57:31
don't have any clips. But the Chinese are developing. They're
1:57:34
so far ahead and developing cheap batteries that don't
1:57:38
necessarily blow up, but they probably do. But they still have
1:57:41
the best. They're there. They're owning the battery technology,
1:57:45
no matter what anybody wants to believe. We don't want to
1:57:48
they're gonna be making the cheap electric cars are still a
1:57:51
bad idea. Thank you. And
1:57:53
Unknown: that's what the President is focused on. We
1:57:55
don't want to look under the Trump administration. They
1:57:58
allowed China to build an advantage in the Eevee industry.
1:58:02
But under President Biden's leadership, we're making sure
1:58:05
that you revolution will be a Made in America, Evie
1:58:09
revolution. We're talking about
1:58:11
John C Dvorak: that. Well, wait a second. This is another this
1:58:14
is a lie. You know, Trump is, as you heard, you already played a
1:58:17
trade. They played a Trump clip on that. He's against this to an
1:58:21
extreme. He's not letting the Chinese take over. In fact, he's
1:58:24
the one that's complained and Biden ever has about BYD
1:58:28
probably one of the biggest names in electric vehicles right
1:58:32
now worldwide. And they all they're already made inroads
1:58:35
into Europe, building cars in Mexico and then taking advantage
1:58:39
of the of the new version of NAFTA to bring the cars into the
1:58:43
US without tariffs and Trump has complained about that bitterly.
1:58:47
Adam Curry: Yeah, then the BYD is that to me, I mean I've seen
1:58:50
some reviews that kind of like glorified golf carts the fast
1:58:54
John C Dvorak: No, no, that's not true. I don't know what
1:58:56
reviews you've been seeing. But they may watch a huge range of
1:59:00
vehicles. Yes. There's plenty of YouTube video shorts and pretty
1:59:04
hot cars.
1:59:05
Adam Curry: Oh, so hot. Does seriously I've seen those
1:59:09
YouTube videos. The ones that are the small yd makes
1:59:13
John C Dvorak: a couple of pretty phenomenal cars. Yeah,
1:59:15
Adam Curry: those I should get. Please do. Get some voting
1:59:20
Chinese vehicles that should be a Made in America show what's
1:59:23
wrong with you.
1:59:25
John C Dvorak: I will say this it was I was watching this one
1:59:28
video about these Chinese cars. And they say Andy's Chinese,
1:59:32
They're unbelievable. They can turn around and design and bring
1:59:35
out a new car in a year. And I'm thinking does anybody remember
1:59:40
America in the 1950s? Yeah, let's
1:59:43
Adam Curry: do this is part of our this is a very let me
1:59:46
explain something everyone needs to understand this. The cars of
1:59:50
the 1950s 60s the muscle cars of the 70s this is when our birth
1:59:55
weight rate was higher, high enough now we're 1.6 Children
1:59:59
big As people are driving these cars, and no one wants to have
2:00:03
sex with someone who's driving a BYD golf cart,
2:00:06
John C Dvorak: well, that may be that you're changing this
2:00:09
object. Thank you. You're probably right.
2:00:12
Adam Curry: Back then we had sex because make babies. We made
2:00:15
babies. I'm
2:00:16
John C Dvorak: telling you they have BHF bench seating on these
2:00:19
cars. Yes. Were you gonna baby right next year to drive and you
2:00:23
put your arm around? Steve we had a window we had theater
2:00:27
memory. Back seats were perfect for sex. We
2:00:30
Adam Curry: had Necker knobs remember those the neck or knob?
2:00:33
I don't know what that is. That was the knob on the steering
2:00:35
wheel. So you could you could hold on your girl on the front
2:00:38
seat. Oh, they were called Suicide. My mom My mom calls. My
2:00:43
mom who was from this country called it the neck or knob.
2:00:48
John C Dvorak: Yeah, um, they were called Suicide knobs. I
2:00:50
actually yeah. And he had a car with one the My mom used
2:00:54
Adam Curry: it for other purposes. God bless you
2:00:56
Unknown: mom. President Biden says he's gonna roll so just
2:00:58
making sure that we read that woman America's capacity making
2:01:01
sure that we are on shoring or friends sourcing the French
2:01:04
shoring the materials and the price Oh, it goes into these EVs
2:01:08
making sure that America for ensuring French
2:01:12
Adam Curry: isn't
2:01:12
John C Dvorak: that great? Sounds like French kissing
2:01:14
French shoring, but
2:01:15
Adam Curry: also he he stumbles here. Listen carefully.
2:01:18
Unknown: Biden says he's gonna roll. So just making sure we
2:01:20
invest in America's capacity, making sure that we are on
2:01:23
shoring or friends sourcing the funds versus
2:01:26
Adam Curry: friends sourcing. I mean, French shoring, because
2:01:30
that's that's the new word. Friend sourcing IE, getting
2:01:33
stuff from our friends. I know China. Now we called Friends
2:01:37
shoring. Is it possible Showtime?
2:01:40
John C Dvorak: Well, that's interesting that he was switch
2:01:41
gears like that, because he knows he wasn't using the proper
2:01:44
word. It's like a pronoun. Yeah. So he changed. So he said
2:01:49
friends sourcing, I didn't fully aware that he said switched it
2:01:53
to French shoring, because that's the new term, which is a
2:01:57
show title if ever there was
2:01:59
Unknown: fine says he's gonna roll. So just making sure we
2:02:01
invest in America's capacity, making sure that we are on our
2:02:05
capacity is the capacity to French shore shoring, or friend
2:02:08
sourcing the French showing the materials and the processing of
2:02:12
what goes into these EVs making sure that America Master,
2:02:15
Adam Curry: I'm sorry to do this, again, people hate it when
2:02:17
I do this too much. He says it right, then he says it wrong.
2:02:19
Then he says it right again?
2:02:21
Unknown: Well, Biden says he's gonna roll. So just
2:02:22
making sure we invest in America's capacity, making sure
2:02:25
that we are on shoring or for ensuring the materials and the
2:02:30
processing of what goes into these EVs making sure that
2:02:33
America masters these processes, because look, there's no way
2:02:37
that we're going to get to the middle of this century, with the
2:02:40
technology that we counted on a century ago. Now, there are
2:02:46
obviously a lot of voices here in Washington who are interested
2:02:49
in keeping the status quo, he says it's gonna be one of the
2:02:52
first things he does, wouldn't be happy to see Americans
2:02:54
trapped with dirty and expensive fuels. But the reality and I
2:02:58
know he's made a lot of promises to the oil, we say dirty
2:03:01
Adam Curry: and expensive or inexpensive. He had to well play
2:03:05
it back
2:03:06
Unknown: status quo, he says it's gonna be one of the first
2:03:08
things he does would be happy to see Americans trapped with dirty
2:03:11
and expensive fuels, and it's expensive. But the reality and I
2:03:15
know he's made a lot of promises to the oil and gas CEOs about
2:03:18
some of the favors Oh, yeah, that leaves
2:03:23
resonating for him, because he wouldn't bring it up so
2:03:25
frequently, if there wasn't some anxiety that he's tapping into.
2:03:29
By
2:03:29
Adam Curry: the way, I'm making fun of Mayor Pete here and Bob
2:03:32
viously. I mean, he's just a man of flesh and blood. You know,
2:03:36
the real issue here is, of course, Satan's flaming wheels.
2:03:40
last clip,
2:03:41
Unknown: let me ask you about a portion of this that I think
2:03:43
does fall under your portfolio. And that's the charging
2:03:45
stations. You mentioned, the Federal Highway Administration
2:03:48
says only seven or eight charging stations have been
2:03:51
produced for the seven and a half billion investment that
2:03:54
taxpayers made back when you want, why isn't that happening
2:03:58
more quickly.
2:03:59
So the President's goal is to have half a million chargers up
2:04:01
by the end of this decade. Now, in order to do a charger. It's
2:04:04
more than just plugging a small device into the ground, there's
2:04:08
utility work, and this is also really a new category of federal
2:04:12
investment. But we've been working with each of the 50
2:04:15
states, every one of them is getting formula dollars to do
2:04:17
this work, engaging them and the first handful again by
2:04:21
2030 500,000 chargers, and the very first handful of chargers
2:04:25
are now already being physically built. It's
2:04:28
Adam Curry: indeed a handful, just the very handful of
2:04:31
charges. It's
2:04:32
John C Dvorak: pathetic, they lied. And here's by the way,
2:04:35
these charging stations which they're few and far between,
2:04:38
except in some places where there is some grocery store
2:04:41
somewhere, there's some turnover. But generally
2:04:43
speaking, if it's in the middle of nowhere, like on the way to
2:04:46
say Los Angeles, you're going to drive to LA from San Francisco.
2:04:50
And you have to stop somewhere because you're not going to make
2:04:53
it especially if you've gotten it you're not going to make it
2:04:57
to get to there's the lines are hours long. hours long. It's
2:05:01
like the 70s Oh,
2:05:04
Adam Curry: yay, there you go. There's a 70 throwback well in
2:05:07
San Francisco the charging stations are kind of available.
2:05:10
It's a
2:05:11
Unknown: disturbing trend thieves targeting high powered
2:05:14
Tesla's and other Eevee charging stations and stealing heavy
2:05:17
cable for the copper metal inside. NBC bears Tom Jensen is
2:05:21
in Vallejo tonight where someone cables from nine charging
2:05:24
stations leaving Tesla drivers in a bind and causing 10s of
2:05:28
1000s of dollars in damage and repair costs.
2:05:31
Adam Curry: So that should have been the question how are you
2:05:33
going to protect those charging stations from being ripped off
2:05:36
of the copper? Copper charging cords? Yeah,
2:05:39
John C Dvorak: there's probably a couple of 100 bucks or maybe
2:05:41
even more worth of copper in there and you got people that
2:05:44
are homeless, and you're not doing anything about them while
2:05:47
you're giving the newcomers a free birth certificate and
2:05:51
whatever else they want and a driver's license and a driver's
2:05:55
license so they can vote Democrat and so you'd meanwhile
2:05:57
you got this going on? This is a catastrophe.
2:06:01
Adam Curry: Do you want to hear the longer report about this
2:06:03
from Minneapolis?
2:06:06
John C Dvorak: But why? Wha
2:06:08
Adam Curry: That's why I asked you.
2:06:10
John C Dvorak: If How long is it a minute 30 That's fine. But
2:06:14
that's why
2:06:14
Unknown: I haven't picked anything up yet. From stripping
2:06:16
down air conditioning units. I couldn't believe somebody would
2:06:19
do this to a veterans organization.
2:06:22
It was just unbelievable. Leaving
2:06:24
streets in the dark. I don't feel safe because I can't even
2:06:27
see myself. Copper thieves are now also leaving electric
2:06:30
vehicle drivers in a lurch. These cables at an Eevee spot
2:06:35
network charger in South Minneapolis had been cut,
2:06:38
replaced and cut again. There's not even that much copper inside
2:06:41
one of these charging cables. Because of all of the
2:06:43
installation, you need a pound of it just to make a couple
2:06:46
bucks or less at the scrap yard. Meanwhile, replacing these
2:06:49
cables cost 1000s of dollars. The City of Minneapolis says
2:06:53
they've replaced at least 44 charging cables and have another
2:06:57
20 or so to go. That's frustrating for everybody. Our
2:07:00
car which operates the Eevee car share program across the Twin
2:07:03
Cities says some drivers are getting frustrated looking for
2:07:06
working charger. There
2:07:08
are also other challenges as far as getting materials in a timely
2:07:11
manner, weather conditions and things like that. So it's not
2:07:15
always possible to replace these cables, you know within the same
2:07:18
week that they are stolen.
2:07:20
In an effort to deter thieves. The city is adding cameras
2:07:23
signage and making sure recycling centers are
2:07:25
on the lookout for sign signage,
2:07:28
Adam Curry: don't steal the copper.
2:07:33
Unknown: Tissue there has not been a single solution that has
2:07:36
been about a guy with a gun back to that 100%. So we're still
2:07:39
trying to look at multiple factors to see if together they
2:07:44
can make an overall make a larger impact
2:07:46
Adam Curry: in Minneapolis. You're so Mitchell WC co news.
2:07:49
So there you go, Mayor Pete deal with it. He's got billions of
2:07:52
dollars just put a guard next to him. It's so so effective, cheap
2:07:56
and effective, much cheaper than those dirty fossil fuels. Paul
2:08:01
Lee Pawleys, how long will people keep the SIOP going, by
2:08:04
the way who was it who told me? Someone who I know from here?
2:08:11
Their brother works somewhere? Oh, it was. I can't remember.
2:08:19
Goodness gracious. I'm forgetting now but someone who
2:08:21
does Oh, I think it was maybe my I won't mention who it was but
2:08:25
now I do remember. And he has they do like fertilizer and
2:08:31
stuff and but also clear, clear out debris for grass fields. And
2:08:36
this is in Florida, I believe. There's huge lots where there's
2:08:41
nothing but new unsold Tesla's are just parked.
2:08:46
John C Dvorak: This is in China to BYD cars and others. There's
2:08:50
huge lots of unsold cars. Yeah,
2:08:52
Adam Curry: but in America Murca.
2:08:56
John C Dvorak: Heard about this, and we just poured money into
2:08:58
it. There are a bunch of yeah, there. And a lot of those are
2:09:02
cars that have a flaw or something. They don't know how
2:09:05
to catch all of them easy to fix.
2:09:07
Adam Curry: All of them have a flaw? Yeah, exactly.
2:09:11
John C Dvorak: So
2:09:12
Adam Curry: you know, you mentioned the the insurance
2:09:14
companies don't actually want you charging your electric
2:09:17
vehicle in your home because, you know, they tend to blow up
2:09:20
from time to time. Listen to this report.
2:09:23
Unknown: What's better than a summer cookout is part of our
2:09:26
Colorado way of
2:09:27
life. When you start talking about somebody's grill, it's
2:09:30
like you're talking about their children or their dog, you know,
2:09:33
they're very emotionally tied to it. But Nick
2:09:35
straw, the Steamboat Springs commercial risk manager, he's in
2:09:39
the process of telling HOAs in the mountains, they will soon
2:09:43
have to either ban gas grills from their properties or lose
2:09:47
their insurance coverage.
2:09:49
You will need to get rid of all open flame devices including
2:09:53
grills, fire pits, etc. And I understand I'm a homeowner you
2:09:57
know I have a grill. So these changes in Fact, all of us, the
2:10:01
insurance industry says nationally, outdoor grills cause
2:10:05
6000 fires and $35 million in damage every year. Farmers
2:10:10
Insurance alone says grill fires cost them $32 million in losses
2:10:16
since 2020. And insurers no longer have an appetite for the
2:10:21
risk. Try
2:10:22
telling somebody in Winter Park they can't have a gas grill.
2:10:26
Well, I have to
2:10:28
David firm ins law firm represents more than 2000 HOAs.
2:10:32
In the last six months, he's been rewriting rules for dozens
2:10:36
of HOA communities in the mountains, to ban gas grills on
2:10:39
decks and balconies. So the HOAs can keep their insurance. The
2:10:44
perceived
2:10:45
risk with these grills is just it's an unacceptable risk. The
2:10:50
insurance companies that are losing billions and billions of
2:10:52
dollars
2:10:53
John C Dvorak: go they're losing money, these insurance company
2:10:56
we
2:10:56
Unknown: write rules for another 600 Mountain HOAs prohibiting
2:11:00
gas grills,
2:11:02
Adam Curry: these insurance companies, they have to be
2:11:04
stopped and no one in Washington ever does anything
2:11:08
John C Dvorak: for free. But every state has an insurance
2:11:10
commissioner and they have people that can do this. They do
2:11:14
nothing. They do nothing. They're they're captured.
2:11:16
They're bought off by the insurance companies. This is a
2:11:18
scandal that nobody wants to address.
2:11:21
Adam Curry: We have to I mean, our our home insurance went up
2:11:23
30% Why
2:11:26
John C Dvorak: is there an HOA in the mountains? What was that
2:11:29
all about? About? homeowner's associations are no
2:11:34
Adam Curry: good that I'm down with that. We live on this. Like
2:11:39
there's 12 Homes is not gated, but there's there's a there's a
2:11:44
road and you know, to call this x basically. And it was built
2:11:48
and I and we know the guy who Larry's a friend of ours who
2:11:51
built it all he still owns the roads. And he keeps saying hey,
2:11:54
you know I'll sell it to you for $1 You got to start an HOA and
2:11:57
we're all looking at each other like nope, I'm good to go, man.
2:12:02
Nobody wants to be an HOA. Nope, that's fine. You couldn't keep
2:12:06
our roads.
2:12:09
John C Dvorak: This horror light. Why does he What is his
2:12:12
interest this guy? Well, he built what? He built some roads,
2:12:16
okay? He's interested in Hoa, no,
2:12:19
Adam Curry: you misunderstand. He built this whole 12 home
2:12:23
development. It's right off. It's not far from Main Street.
2:12:26
So he had all the land. He parceled it all out and then
2:12:30
sold the sites for people to build on. And with that he built
2:12:35
he put in roads,
2:12:37
John C Dvorak: as you would do if you're putting together a
2:12:39
subdivision. This is subdivision. Exactly.
2:12:43
Adam Curry: And then everyone bought the parcels from him. And
2:12:47
he's now left with the roads. And he doesn't want the road
2:12:50
because eventually he's gonna have to maintain the road. And
2:12:54
he's like, Well, I'll sell you the I'll sell you the roads and
2:12:57
everything to an HOA for $1. And we're like, no, no, we don't
2:13:01
want to do an HOA. That's how he gets his rica walk.
2:13:06
John C Dvorak: He can abandon the roads. If he doesn't want to
2:13:08
maintain them. Just say I'm done. But he's Larry's. What's
2:13:12
his obligation to the roads? This is sounds like bullshit to
2:13:15
me. What
2:13:16
Adam Curry: do you mean, he's Larry, he doesn't want to be
2:13:18
persona non grata if you just stick with a road that he built.
2:13:23
And it's unimportant. The point was, nobody wants to do an HOA
2:13:27
because we're not stupid. It's horrible. That's how you that's
2:13:30
the way you get in fights with your neighbor.
2:13:34
John C Dvorak: Yeah, you're gonna be like a dare and then
2:13:37
tennis Tennessee. Just put an old car up on blocks in front of
2:13:40
your house and you're good to go. Who wants an HOA telling you
2:13:44
can't do that? Exactly. Before we know we've got a couch I'm
2:13:48
gonna put my lawn before before we know it, we won't
2:13:51
Adam Curry: be able to fly our our pink pine tree flags.
2:13:57
John C Dvorak: So I some Trump court case clips that there. I
2:14:02
would normally just carry this stuff forward. But this. I think
2:14:04
we have to come in with a verdict. Pretty soon a better
2:14:08
yeah. And I want to play get these clips done since we talked
2:14:11
about Trump in the last clip. All right. All right. Good to
2:14:13
go. So let's start with Trump trial in TD
2:14:18
Adam Curry: k. Here we go
2:14:21
Unknown: to jurors and Trump's New York trial now on their way
2:14:24
home without reaching a verdict today. The former president
2:14:28
again calls it a rigged trial as President Biden attacks him at a
2:14:32
campaign event. And today's White House correspondent Iris
2:14:35
Tao reports from the Manhattan criminal courthouse. Did yours
2:14:39
have now been dismissed after deliberating for more than five
2:14:41
hours today though without reaching a unanimous verdict on
2:14:44
whether or not to convict Trump and Trump after court today
2:14:47
again, insisting that there's no crime and complaining about
2:14:50
certain witnesses not getting called during deliberations in
2:14:53
the afternoon to Driessen to notes when asked him to review
2:14:56
specific testimonies by former tabloid publisher David pecker.
2:15:00
and former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen. The other note
2:15:02
asking to rehear jury instructions as they weren't
2:15:05
giving them on paper. The request could take hours to
2:15:08
fulfill and court will resume on Thursday morning. Earlier on
2:15:12
Wednesday, the judge in his jury instructions Tony juris to set
2:15:15
aside their personal biases and focus solely on the facts and
2:15:18
the evidence. He also told them that it has to be convinced
2:15:21
beyond a reasonable doubt about the charges to find the
2:15:24
defendant guilty. But a judge also told them that they do have
2:15:27
to agree unanimously on what time Trump is trying to hide
2:15:31
through allegedly falsifying business records. And that's a
2:15:34
major sticking point as trumped in insisting that he did not
2:15:37
falsify business records, let alone trying to hide another
2:15:40
underlying trying. Today, Donald
2:15:42
Trump is pandering and federally lies in the stereotypes for your
2:15:47
votes so he can win.
2:15:49
Adam Curry: I have I have those clips about the pandering
2:15:51
John C Dvorak: which is quite funny. Is he talking about he
2:15:55
Adam Curry: was he was speaking in front of black people in
2:15:58
Philadelphia, saying that Donald Trump is Democrats
2:16:03
John C Dvorak: never do anything like that literally
2:16:05
Adam Curry: in front of black people in Philadelphia, and
2:16:09
saying Donald Trump is pandering.
2:16:12
John C Dvorak: Yeah, it's really hilarious. Yeah,
2:16:14
Adam Curry: I'll just this it's five seconds. Yeah. I've to six
2:16:18
seconds clips. Here we go.
2:16:20
Unknown: Memorial Day. I probably still with a black man.
2:16:24
Adam Curry: That's not pandering and yes, that Panthers just
2:16:27
pandering.
2:16:28
Unknown: I showed you I am Trump has shown you reach today.
2:16:31
Donald Trump is pandering and totally lies and stereotypes.
2:16:35
But
2:16:35
Adam Curry: I stood next to a black man. Look at me. I'm
2:16:38
John C Dvorak: Joe Biden in next to a black eye. With me.
2:16:42
Adam Curry: I didn't touch him, but I stood next to him. Yeah,
2:16:44
but Donald Trump is pandering. Gosh,
2:16:48
John C Dvorak: next step is Trump trial to
2:16:51
Unknown: Meanwhile, President Biden on Wednesday attack Trump
2:16:53
at a Philadelphia campaign event
2:16:55
Donald Trump will have a message for you not in our house, Not on
2:16:59
our watch.
2:17:00
And the White House would not confirm recent reporting that
2:17:03
Biden will speak from the White House about the upcoming verdict
2:17:06
and assess the Biden campaign on Tuesday send surrogates to right
2:17:09
outside the Trump courthouse to hold a surprise press conference
2:17:13
and move that Trump on Wednesday said was to influence to trial.
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Now
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Adam Curry: the surrogates before we move on was super
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interesting because the main surrogate who literally went on
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to the streets of New York City was Robert De Niro. I'm sure
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everybody saw the clips of him yelling back and forth and
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calling Trump a gangster. Man just was a De Niro taxi driver.
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I mean, the guy was cool. He was a cool guy. He was like He did
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these awesome movies. And it all turned and I remember exactly
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when it changed. He has a son who's autistic. And he was
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running the Tribeca Film Festival if you remember, and he
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had a documentary about his kid being vaccine injured. And and
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he had it in the in the film that he did an interview about
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it. I could probably take the clip up, but I want and then he
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got the then he got some message and was like ah, and from that
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day on, he's just become a complete controlled. nincompoop.
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I think they got pictures or something for
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John C Dvorak: rubbing your mouth for
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Adam Curry: Robert De Niro to go down and be on the street
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telling everybody that that Trump is no good. And then if
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you don't mind if you indulge me 33 seconds because I think
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everybody saw him you know yelling on the street but this
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which is it's amazing what they've done. This is an
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election ad that he's in and joy read played it below intro from
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her. The lies are apparent.
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Unknown: This is what the Democrats Joe Biden, they have
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an ad outs featuring the great Robert De Niro. Let's play that.
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