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1666: Wyrd

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John C Dvorak: put cameras in schools.
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Unknown: Adam curry
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Adam Curry: Jhansi Devorah June 6 2024 This Year Award winning
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give our nation media assassination episode 1666 This
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is no agenda currently very concerned and broadcasting live
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from the heart of the Texas Hill Country here and a female reason
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number six in the morning everybody I'm Adam curry and
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John C Dvorak: from Northern Silicon Valley we've got really
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nice weather I'm John Cena
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Adam Curry: man genius genius mitcon The man ad lib or what
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John C Dvorak: what are what is the answer? Well, we
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Adam Curry: have the heat dome right now heat dome was back
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when the heat dome
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John C Dvorak: came over us and then it moved to the southwest
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it shouldn't be Yes should be right over you.
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Adam Curry: You didn't call me that heat dome was over you.
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Well, I
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John C Dvorak: didn't stay here long. It was like a couple of
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days and then it just moved on but it's good in the aftermath
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is is you know, fine weather apparently we're at the peak on
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both sides by the way with the client on weather on both sides.
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Adam Curry: We're on the we're at the peak of the heat dome
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peak heat dome.
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John C Dvorak: Apparently is that mean is hot. Oh,
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Adam Curry: it's hot. Well, it's not just hot it's It's muggy and
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it's not typically muggy or moist up here.
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John C Dvorak: Texas has got a nice dry heat except for
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Houston. And do well this run on the yeah
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Adam Curry: Houston corpus not so not so nice and dry. Well,
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today we honor those who fought a D Day including my my
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grandfather, Albert J. Opa OPA al Schauble,
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John C Dvorak: who landed Who is he was at D day he was
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parachuted in or how to get in now. He
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Adam Curry: got in on the on the boats in Normandy, and he got a
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Bronze Star. He was part of the Signal Corps also known as what
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was it the show bulls Raiders that was he was lieutenant his,
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his guys were called Show bulls Raiders because that's my my
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mom's paternal father, like Joel Schauble. Yeah from schwartzwald
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was born in smart smelt in Germany in 1907. A
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John C Dvorak: minute shareables aerators are a bunch of Germans.
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No,
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Adam Curry: Albert J. chauveau was born and she marched about
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Germany 1907 moved to the United States came through Ellis Island
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in 1912, and then grew up to fight against the Germans. Oh,
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John C Dvorak: that's interesting, because if he was
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Japanese, they would have put him in an internment camp. And
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Adam Curry: my other grandfather Renwick Eugene Curry was
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Lieutenant Commander in the South Pacific and and was
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actually a base commander of one of the bad ones one of those
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really nasty ones that didn't turn out well for a lot of
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Japanese in the in the jungle. So anyway, it's been it's been
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fun watching the the royalty over there Biden pooping his
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pants least that's what everyone says. Did you see any of that? I
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John C Dvorak: didn't see Biden pooping his pants.
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Adam Curry: Can you imagine ever when we started the show that
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that would be something we'd be discussing. The US president
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pooping his pants at D dropped the bomb that's for sure. So of
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course in, in Germany and France, you know, everyone's
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talking about talking about D Day. And there was this report
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on France 24. Which, you know, given the current the current
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temperature of the war in Europe as Deutsche Avella has taught
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us, the war in Europe, and Germany squarely getting blamed
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for everything. It looks like Germany is going to have to go
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to war, and they're going to drag the French boys and girls
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in with them. This report is key.
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John C Dvorak: If you ever heard anything like that happening
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before.
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Adam Curry: Well, it's that cycle that I found most
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interesting in this report from France 24 and bring you some
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business now but business with a DD theme, of course, a story
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moment a day which also led to the turning of economic ties and
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paved the way for today's financial institutions. Charisse
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garland is here in the studio to
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Unknown: tell us more Kerris. That's right here certainly in
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the sense that D Day led to the end of World War Two and we
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could see great contrast before and after this period in terms
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of economic policies. For example, before the war world
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leaders established high tariffs to prevent imports. They
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prevented colonial subjects from engaging in free trade and
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devalued their currencies in a bid to aid their domestic
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manufacturing base. While following World War two
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delegates from the 44 allied nations gathered in Bretton
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Woods in New Hampshire to negotiate international
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financial order and economic cooperation following this,
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what's now known as The Bretton Woods agreement had a number of
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outcomes. Well, first, it established two important
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organizations, the International Monetary Fund and the World
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Bank, the latter, which back then had a different name with
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the goal of managing funds available for providing
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assistance to those countries devastated by the war. The
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attendees also agreed to a fixed currency pegged against the US
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dollar, which was in turn pegged to the price of gold. But by
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1973, the Bretton Woods system had collapsed. Countries were
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then free to choose any exchange arrangement for their currency,
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except pegging its value to the price of gold. A lot
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Adam Curry: of pegging going on after World War Two. But if you
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think about the cycle, I mean, these these horrible douchebags
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could totally be like, you know, this is good, we got another
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opportunity, but get some more going in Europe, then we can do
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the Great, the great financial reset, Peg everything, Peg
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something to peg peg it to something. I just yeah, there's
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just like, wow, that's the opportunity. Aigars that's the
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opportunity and, and it seems like Russia is in on it.
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Unknown: This is the Duke M one a Medium Range Surface to Air
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Missile system that comes from Russia, Russia, Russia. This
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footage showing the system being deployed alongside an anti tank
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gun and a D 30. How it's speaking to international news
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agencies in St. Petersburg on Wednesday, he said that it would
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mark a dangerous step for Western nations to allow Ukraine
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to use their weapons to strike targets inside Russia.
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Consider it possible to deliver such weapons to the combat zone
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and wish to launch strikes on our territory and create
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problems for us. Did we have the right to supply such weapons of
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the same type in some regions of the world where they can be used
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to launch strikes on sensitive facilities are the countries
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that do it to Russia, you only Mira he spoke
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particularly of Germany who recently joined the United
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States in allowing Ukraine to use the long range weapons that
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they are supplying to Kyiv on Russian targets, which according
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to Putin would completely destroy their international
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relations and undermine international security. And
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Adam Curry: notice the day notice he doesn't say woman
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John C Dvorak: in this way she pronounces things.
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Adam Curry: Russia, I don't know she's from France. 24 security.
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It's the new millio over there. I don't know she also said key
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of instead of key so and and that will be Kyiv would have
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been perfect for her. But no, no, no, she didn't do it. So I'm
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just thinking that, you know, Putin didn't say America. Now.
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He said Germany.
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John C Dvorak: Well, that's an interesting catch. And any
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Adam Curry: of those, remember the the fabled advisors. Advice.
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We're not here to fight. We're just here to train and advise.
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Russia
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Unknown: is prepared to strike French troops in new grade if
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they are sent there to help train Ukrainian soldiers. Moscow
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has said that it comes after a top Ukrainian military commander
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said that he had signed paperwork allowing French
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military instructors to visit training centers there. The news
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coincides with the US President Joe Biden, Joe Biden lifting
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restrictions on Keith, using its weapons inside Russia. The
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Kremlin said it would go to war with NATO if US weapons are
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used,
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Adam Curry: but really only with the European NATO guys, it seems
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to me like, hey, if America if America puts your weapons in
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there, we're going to war with France and Germany. We'd
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John C Dvorak: had this discussion before some I don't
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know year or more ago, about how the US may actually be involved
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in finding a way to rub allies Europe.
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Adam Curry: Yes. I think that's been one of your thesis. i
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John C Dvorak: Yeah, this is regularization. Right now I I'm
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gonna go to a podcast. There you go. Podcast, a little history.
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So Professor Jeffrey Sachs was on the Judge Napolitano podcast
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Adam Curry: sacks is good man. He He always comes out swinging
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and doesn't hold back on anything really?
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John C Dvorak: Well, I only have part of it. I only have this
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part because this particular because the Politano seems to
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have he has the cadre of McGregor and Sachs. Who's the
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other guy Ritter he always has. The same seems like a true it's
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always the same guy. It's the same it's a true but guys that
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all have pretty much the same message. There's also one other
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guy next CIA guy.
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Adam Curry: So this is the judge nap pod. Yes. Judge
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John C Dvorak: net pod. And sacks goes on. I just to
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summarize when he comes on for his to condemn the American
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diplomatic efforts in both Russia and Israel as we're
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incompetent boneheads we don't know anything about and
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diplomacy and this is just a, it's a fiasco. Oh, I don't doubt
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it. And he goes, it just goes on and on about that and but the
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clip I ended up taking is because the polytunnel decides
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to ask him what is with this deep seated hatred of Russia.
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And he gives us a little history lesson that I think's worth
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listening to. Why does the West hate Russia?
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Unknown: You know, people have this capacity of delusion rant
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groupthink. But I'll tell you, I went back to take a look at the
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end of the Soviet Union. In December 1991, our defense
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secretary at the time, Dick Cheney said, okay, they don't
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want communism anymore. Maybe Russia should be dismembered to
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Why stop at the Soviet Union. The idea was already there. It
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wasn't about this communism or not communism, it was about
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Russia. So he was Defense Secretary that started in 1992.
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And in 1997, as I was reviewing yesterday, is big Brzezinski in
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his Foreign Affairs article, a strategy for Eurasia says, Yeah,
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Russia should be a decentralized country, there should be your
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calling Russia, a Siberian Russia, a Far East Russia as a
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kind of Confederation. What are we doing? Planning the
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dismemberment or the dissolution or the turn to a confederation
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of Russia? This is just blatant American arrogance, but
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extraordinarily dangerous. And it has played out now over 32
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years. Yeah,
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Adam Curry: I think that's, that makes a lot of sense that they
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the elites always wanted the riches of Russia and wasn't
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Vicki Nudelman. What wasn't she already in that cabal with with
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Dick Cheney?
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John C Dvorak: Was it? Yes, I think so. Yeah. Now, though, I
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want to say something that's kind of annoying about Jeffrey
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Sachs. Is that when you listen to him, I'm hearing Jimmy
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Kimmel. Oh, wow. Wang is a Jimmy Kimmel Twain, which I didn't
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need. I
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Adam Curry: actually heard a little bit of you in there.
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John C Dvorak: So I'm sorry. No, I
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Adam Curry: mean, it wasn't bad. But it was somebody. What are we
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doing? This? is the one on so it was. Okay. Well,
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Unknown: anyway, just continue. Yeah, this is part two of this.
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Sax is not happy about any of this. And he's he expresses it
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Well, with this NATO enlargement with we don't hear Russia with
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regime change operations, with the US support for insurgencies
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along Russia's borders. Also going back by the way to
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1979 1980 when President Jimmy Carter assigned the CIA to work
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with jihadists Gize it Islamic fighters to fight in Afghanistan
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with Brzezinski, his idea of entrapping the Soviet Union into
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a war in Afghanistan, and then that kind of Jihadist activity
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became part of America's secret Arsenal extraordinarily
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dangerous, leaving in its wake wars and instability all across
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Russia's border lands. And then the NATO push and the NATO
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enlargement and the coup in February 2014. And the placement
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of US missiles near Russia's borders after unilaterally
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abandoning the anti ballistic missile treaty, and then
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unilaterally abandoning the intermediate nuclear force
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treaty under Trump. We are number one keep doing this that
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we call the shots we do what we want. We don't listen. Oh,
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that's a bluff. We're gonna have a really bad accident. That's
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that's the problem. Like
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Adam Curry: our president did a bad accident. Here it is. Vice
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President Dick Cheney swears in Toria Nuland as US ambassador to
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NATO.
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John C Dvorak: So she was you go now, something you said right at
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the beginning of these clips, which is the idea of Russia's
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riches. Russia is a monstrous country that has natural
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resources of all sorts of wheat or we must have our eye on it. I
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mean, they just coast with the little where I mean, they
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produce a lot of oil and they could produce a lot more but
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They basically coast on that sort of thing. They have never
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gone out of their way to just exploit themselves to an
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extreme. Obviously somebody else wants to do it well and no one's
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been able to even come close I mean hit a Hitler madman come in
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came the closest come the closest it's ridiculous but it
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Adam Curry: appears to me that everything was going along hunky
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dory you know we we have bankrupted Russia everybody
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moved in Browder everybody was was basically raping the country
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setting up big oil deals gas deals I don't know about we'd
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probably and then Putin comes along the foil so that's why
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they hate Putin the most because everything was great, but you
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come in here and ruin it man
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John C Dvorak: well yeah, all I know is is kind of ironic that
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the D Day thing and we're taking credit for everything and
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everybody Russia story and knows that Russia is the one who beat
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the Germans Exactly. Well yeah, we put up that nice front we
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moved in from the end fact much of it was due to panic because
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we're afraid that Russia is going to take over all of
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Germany just make it part of the Soviet Union. And so we had to
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freak out and go nuts to get over there as fast as we could
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at least get half of Germany foam finger
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Adam Curry: number one Russians were number one number one
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John C Dvorak: now let's let's throw some fuel into it by the
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way is the Cavalier nature of what we're doing. That's so
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annoying. It's very annoying and it just gets you can get on
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people's like Can we somehow
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Adam Curry: blamed this on the Jews? That will be better again?
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Yeah, but yeah, but the Russia Russia we got that Russia has a
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big problem. Their meddling meddling once again two nights
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Unknown: with Paris gearing up for this summer's Olympics. Two
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reports warn of Russian disinformation targeting the
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games, including fake videos aimed at spreading fear of
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violence and damaging the reputation of the Olympics
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produced a report says
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John C Dvorak: take a lot of work
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Adam Curry: not great oh
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Unknown: no bit spreading fear of violence and damaging the
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reputation of the Olympics damaging
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Adam Curry: the reputation of the Olympics
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Unknown: produced a Microsoft report says Microsoft
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Adam Curry: report this
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John C Dvorak: is the best part Microsoft is might you know
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whatever happened to Microsoft eight became a just another
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Asian of the of the intelligence community Microsoft you might
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even be one of those logo.
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Adam Curry: Their own little agency logo with it with an
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eagle in it. Yeah, I
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Unknown: produced a Microsoft report says by prolific Russian
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influence actors. This bogus documentary posted last summer,
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titled A Olympics has fallen featured a deep fake Tom Cruise.
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While published tomorrow by US cyber experts. Recorded futures
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seen by NBC News says Russia is the most likely primary state
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actor to target the Olympics with a disruptive cyber attack.
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President Putin does. What
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Adam Curry: disruptive cyber attack is disruptive. You know
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when it says something bad when you have a fake Tom Cruise
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people get disrupted. And by
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John C Dvorak: the way, the fake Tom Cruise which has been
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floating around for I don't know how long wave AI Dreyer's is
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great years. It's great. It is great because it's a it's a fake
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looking Tom Cruise with a voice actor is doing the voice. Yes.
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Unknown: to target the Olympics with a disruptive cyber attack.
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President Putin furious with France for its support of
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President Solinsky and Putin angry at the IOC Anggrek burning
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athletes from competing under the Russian flag because of the
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war. No,
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Adam Curry: that's been going on for what way are for the way
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before the war? Yes, long
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John C Dvorak: before I want. They tell us that. When did it
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begin? It was like the last Olympics of Russians weren't
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allowed. I think that that was way before the war. Yeah.
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Unknown: The Olympics is just a great target. If you are Russia,
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Russia has a long standing beef with the IOC over the expulsion
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of Russian athletes for cheating. Paris
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has invested billions to beef up security facing challenges one
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of the reports says not seen since London 2012. From protests
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to cyber attacks. Warning cyber criminals will be attracted to
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such high profile events and the chance to target the public with
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email phishing, scams and suspicious links.
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Hopefully we can all enjoy fantastic Paris Games free from
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free from cyber threats.
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Adam Curry: Oh, if only we can have the games free from cyber
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threats. Dude, have you looked at your inbox lately? It's
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nothing but cyber threats. This was poorly continuous. Where's
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the AI to fix all that, huh? You mentioned Jimmy Kimmel. Well, it
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doesn't happen often that I have. It's not really directly a
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Jimmy Kimmel clip but something kind of fun happened. I guess
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this was yesterday at the at the taping of Jimmy Kimmel. He had
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the vice president Kamala Harris on Yes. Did you see any of this?
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John C Dvorak: I did. I saw quite a bit of it. It's not it
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was like How could you find a lighter soft ball? Toss to to
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her constantly she it was one of the words she used. She's
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hopeless. You saw the actual show? Yeah, I know anything
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about the pre show?
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Adam Curry: Oh, no. While she No, it's not the pre show. They
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I guess that's why I'm sad that I didn't see you. But so you
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didn't see any of the the protests? No. Ah, so Code Pink
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Hello, Code Pink and other associates. The minutes vice
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president Harris sat down and this is only 45 seconds because
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it's a little hard to hear I think probably through clean
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feed to you but people at home with buds in the air will hear
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it CoBank and associates were all over it
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Unknown: anyone else has anything to say is the time
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Adam Curry: they had the band play and they were dragging
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people out of the audience and then another pod of people would
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pop up and start protesting guess they just start the
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interview over several times. And obviously didn't make it
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into the show. But I think the funniest thing for me personally
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is this little bit backstage where they so they drag these
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protesters backstage and and this this guy in a suit, and
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he's telling them that they're under arrest.
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Unknown: Or we You're under arrest at the moment. So please,
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for interfering with alive.
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Adam Curry: You're under arrest for interfering with a live
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television broadcast. Wow, it's just a security guard. And
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they're like, No, I'm not giving you my ID believe me alone. They
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tried to lock a man that just busted the door open. No. But in
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all sincerity, this guy's like, that doesn't matter. You're
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under arrest for interrupting a live television broadcast. We
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are the mainstream media. Don't you know who we are?
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John C Dvorak: Oh, wow. It's hilarious. Flappy Bird. I missed
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that. Yeah.
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Adam Curry: Well, it's all wrong footed catch
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Unknown: her got Oh, no, I've
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Adam Curry: no, I found that. Actually. I was okay. Good.
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Congratulations.
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John C Dvorak: Yeah.
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Adam Curry: But I mean, you're always trying to discredit the
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work that I do.
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John C Dvorak: But no, yes. Yes. No. Yeah, exactly.
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Adam Curry: There you go. When
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John C Dvorak: you keep the keep you in line, when it
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Adam Curry: needs to be credited. I am always the first
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to credit. I'm like that. I'm like that. So the other the
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other action, which I know you have one of the clips which is
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good. The other action Oh, so much action. Three hours of
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action. It was
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John C Dvorak: way, way before before you I'm sorry. But before
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we make that segue, cuz what you just played? I think it may or
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may excuse Kimmel being extremely ridiculous with a
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softball questioning of Camela because that's an embarrassment
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to the host of a show like that. To bring a guest on and then
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have them heckle her to the point where they have to arrest
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them for interrupting a live broadcast. Oh,
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Adam Curry: I don't know. I don't think so. No, he was gonna
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stop they came on. Well,
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John C Dvorak: I mean, yeah, it makes sense that he was soft
24:27
baller anyway, but it's gonna give them the benefit. The whole
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Adam Curry: thing is scripted. scripted. She knows the
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question. She already has her answers. These shows are
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scripted.
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John C Dvorak: I mean questions like what tooth whitener do you
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use that he actually was that one of his No. No, but that's
24:47
just one question short of that one. Listen,
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Adam Curry: nobody and nobody in the no agenda nation wants to
24:52
softball her. Okay, so that's just the end of it. Oh, I'm full
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of it. I don't know what to say. I'm horrible. I'm horrible
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today. I'm horrible. Terrible I repent. So back to the fire
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reaction in Congress firing in a contentious
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Unknown: hearing on Capitol Hill, Dr. Anthony Fauci, choking
25:11
up death threats against his family.
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It is much more troublesome because they've involved my wife
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or my three daughters.
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Adam Curry: At this moment, how do you feel? How do you tell Dr.
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Trouble
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Unknown: during the nearly four hour hearing Fauci defending his
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record as the face of the nation's pandemic response,
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facing hostile questions over policies like social distancing
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and masks, when
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you and your agency made mistakes, Dr. Fauci what
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happened? We all need to be held accountable. Sometimes, it's as
25:44
simple as saying, We were wrong. But Fauci
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defiant, rejecting unfounded GOP accusations, he helped fund
25:52
research that caused the COVID pandemic. Theory The virus may
25:56
have originated in a lab in China,
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none of us can know everything that's going on in China, or in
26:04
Wuhan, or what have you. And that's the reason why I say
26:08
today, and I've said it to TI, I keep an open mind as to what the
26:13
origin is.
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David, House Democrats investigating them. They've gone
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through hundreds of 1000s of documents over the past 15
26:21
months. None of them provide evidence showing that Fauci
26:24
covered up the so called lab leak theory.
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Adam Curry: I mean, that's that's all the reporting was
26:28
about. Yeah, that's all the reporting was about who was what
26:32
John C Dvorak: reporting outlet was that? That's terrible
26:34
reporting. That
26:35
Adam Curry: was ABC, I believe. Yeah. That was I can't see.
26:48
Yeah, ABC. Here's the NBC reports the same tonight
26:50
Unknown: Dr. Anthony Fauci in the hot seat. You belong in
26:53
prison. I am
26:54
so sorry, that you are subjected to those level of attacks, House
26:58
Republicans pressing the former face of America's pandemic
27:01
response on past COVID restrictions, including that
27:04
rule, Americans should stay six feet apart,
27:07
wearing a mask, maintaining six feet of distance, Fauci told
27:11
the committee behind closed doors, that six foot rule sort
27:13
of just appeared today, clarifying he meant there were
27:16
no clinical trials done.
27:18
Do you think that a role that sort of just appeared, is
27:22
substantial justification for the regulations that we saw
27:25
based on that six foot rule
27:27
when saying it just appeared, it came from the CDC,
27:31
and you didn't feel an obligation as the lead scientist
27:34
at the NIH to challenge that
27:36
I've challenged the CDC multiple times, to challenge them on the
27:41
six foot distance. It is not appropriate to be publicly
27:44
challenging a system organism,
27:46
Republicans also pressing him on COVID origins. Fauci denying he
27:50
downplayed the possibility of a leak from the Wuhan lab in
27:53
China. Do you
27:54
agree that there was a push to downplay the lab leak theory?
27:58
None on my part, really, really? Wow. Well, I
28:02
think I think most of the country find that find that
28:04
amazing, but look at the facts.
28:06
I've kept an open mind throughout the entire process.
28:09
Fauci emotional talking about the threats and his family's
28:12
still face,
28:13
it is very troublesome to me. It is much more troublesome because
28:18
they've involved my wife and my three daughters.
28:21
Adam Curry: So I think that to a degree, this, whatever people
28:25
saw of this hearing, and I know you have the you've got the
28:28
money shot clip, whatever people actually saw of this hearing, it
28:34
either just makes you give up on on the public health system, or
28:41
completely confirms that Republicans are crazy. The mean,
28:45
and it seems like such a
28:50
John C Dvorak: confirms the fact that the Democrats are
28:52
apologists for this stuff. Well, there's just not going to put up
28:57
with letting the Republicans ask any real questions or get to the
29:00
bottom of anything as though they're part of some scheme.
29:03
Adam Curry: And all all the people want is just for somebody
29:07
even if Chris Cuomo couldn't even do it. In the value
29:11
tainment debate. All we need is for one person to just say, hey,
29:16
we really screwed up on that, didn't we? We really and you
29:19
don't even have to I think you don't have to go in too far. To
29:22
say, you know, we were wrong, man. We were wrong. I mean, now
29:25
you even have the Telegraph in the UK, which is you know, it's
29:28
not the Daily Mail. It's better than that. I'd say marginally
29:32
marginally, but they have looks like COVID vaccines could be
29:36
responsible for excess deaths over the past three years. It's
29:39
coming out the season of reveal is here. It really is. But
29:45
they've
29:45
John C Dvorak: been talking about the excess deaths for over
29:48
a year it's hard to get what I call a season of reveal. Well,
29:52
what is has been good this has been dribbling, dribbling,
29:55
dribbling, so this is the season of dribbling,
29:58
Adam Curry: but a season can be a 100 years in my book, you say,
30:02
yeah, it's not it's not like summer. I would have said summer
30:06
of reveal. It's the season. It's coming people and it's
30:09
disgusting. The
30:10
John C Dvorak: main thing. It is not coming.
30:15
Adam Curry: It's coming. I can feel it. Yeah,
30:18
John C Dvorak: well, you can feel it all you want. It's not
30:20
coming. It's been covered up. The Democrats are not going to
30:24
put up with it. You can't even get Cuomo to say I'm sorry, I
30:27
was wrong. Yeah. You're right. And everybody says that, why
30:31
doesn't he just do that? He's taken ivermectin after telling
30:35
people never to take it. And he himself has now taken it as some
30:39
sort of I don't know why he's taking. He's had COVID He's over
30:44
with it. I mean,
30:44
Adam Curry: don't you think that in the split nation that we have
30:48
over this particular issue? That if I mean, what is Cuomo afraid
30:53
of? What is he afraid of? That he's gonna get no longer get
30:56
invited to the New York dinner parties? I mean, dude, you can
30:59
come to the heartland will will embrace you will
31:04
John C Dvorak: actually have asked a good question because I
31:06
wonder what he is or he must be is it unless his ego is because
31:11
which is possible very poor so nuts that he can't admit to
31:15
being wrong ever? What is he afraid of? Is that maybe it is
31:21
that maybe what you just said is true. There is afraid of not
31:24
getting invited to the dinner parties or the cocktail parties
31:27
or whatever they do. And Where's
31:29
Adam Curry: where's Collins and all this he kind of started to
31:31
do a bit of apology. And then he disappeared real quick.
31:35
John C Dvorak: This is like a this is let's just stop allowing
31:40
pharmaceutical companies to advertise in the media period.
31:44
Good luck, and I bet you this would end well, now them shut
31:49
the money shot by have is a money shot off is the money shot
31:53
is a good one. This is Marjorie Murray. It's Marie, Marie, Marie
31:59
green. Who I didn't realize is she has such a foul mouth. Ah.
32:06
Now is this in in the house or is this? No, this is afterwards?
32:09
She was? Yes, it was the she got rousted. And because she was
32:14
she's being a dick. She that's what she does. She's a
32:16
congressional dick. She's good at it, though. Yeah. And so she
32:20
comes down and now she's steamed up because of a number of things
32:24
that happened during the hearing and she just unloads on some
32:29
poor reporter. Now this is one of those in the hallway clips
32:32
that really got cleaned up beautifully by Adobe. No,
32:38
askeleen I'm sorry. Okay, play it
32:41
Unknown: hidden that brains? No, absolutely not. I mean,
32:44
everything I said is correct. It's how the American people
32:47
feel. It's what we know to be a fact. It's all the evidence has
32:50
been proven truth. We and Jamie Raskin, and they're accusing us
32:54
of worshipping Trump worshipping as a convicted felon key as a
32:58
good well, well, yeah. So is George Floyd, and everybody and
33:02
you all to the media worship George Floyd Democrats
33:05
worshipping George boy, there were riots and burning down the
33:08
fucking country over George Floyd rascasse. And they're
33:12
saying, We worship them. Excuse me, let me correct you. And this
33:15
is really important. I don't worship, I worship God, bad guy,
33:19
God. And Jesus is my Savior. I don't worship President Trump.
33:24
And I'm really sick and tired of the bullshit Annex I have to
33:27
deal with constantly from the Democrats. So that's what we
33:31
just went through in there. And then they're sitting there, they
33:33
can attack my character all day long. What's his face in there?
33:37
Whoever was talking laughs was calling me insane. But yet we
33:41
can't say oh, they're they're attacking my character. I don't
33:44
know It's nonstop be athenee. Next, you want to know why the
33:47
Democrats don't have anything. They're responsible for the
33:51
lockdown force vaccination, kids being forced to stay home,
33:55
people committing suicide, and all the horrors that this
33:59
country lived through, during COVID, Fauci belongs in prison.
34:03
He should be trying for mass murder, and he should be tried
34:07
for crimes against humanity. That's how I feel after that
34:10
hearing. That's how the American people feel.
34:13
Adam Curry: Okay, I'm gonna disagree that Adobe cleans it up
34:15
beautiful. It makes her sound like she has a lisp Fauci
34:20
John C Dvorak: I was not impressed with a nobility mate
34:22
compared to the Echo II know I heard origins that was a very
34:27
good clean up.
34:30
Adam Curry: So and I think she made big mistakes inside
34:33
Congress where all of a sudden she's holding up the the beagles
34:37
being tested.
34:39
John C Dvorak: was the best Yeah, mom
34:41
Adam Curry: with your beagles. I don't have the clip either. So
34:44
what do you think the percentages of what do you think
34:49
that okay, let me rephrase this. So let's say we have a new a new
34:54
pandemic on the horizon scammed enemy, because that's what this
34:57
was. I mean, unless you believe that flu one away what are the
35:01
chances that they can that they can pull this hat trick or this
35:04
trick again blue went away. Do you think do you think that they
35:08
can do this again that enough of the media that will the media
35:11
still obviously is all in the our government farmers farmer
35:17
agencies are clearly still in pharma as in pharma is still
35:21
advertising. Do you think they can buffalo enough Americans
35:24
into I don't know Malin voting again? No. They're gonna give it
35:30
a shot. And good evening. We
35:31
Unknown: are following a lot of breaking news tonight. As we
35:33
come on the air we want to start with a strain of the bird flu
35:37
never detected in humans before no human blamed for the death of
35:41
a man in Mexico. Here's what we know right now. 10 year old man
35:45
died back on April 24. The world the World Health Organization
35:49
says he died after contracting the h five into strain of the
35:53
virus. But they aren't exactly sure because he had no previous
35:56
experiences Sure, poultry or to other animals, but not sure how
36:00
he got it. His death came a week after developing a fever,
36:03
shortness of breath, diarrhea, and nausea, the organization
36:07
adding he Mexican food underlying health issues. The
36:10
announcement comes as an outbreak of a different and more
36:13
common strain of the bird flu was detected in a number of
36:16
dairy cows in the US. There have also been at least three human
36:19
cases tied to the h five and one strain right here in the US all
36:23
connected to farm workers. These are the symptoms for the avian
36:26
flu strain currently circulating around the US includes fever,
36:30
sore throat, eye redness or other symptoms similar to colds,
36:34
there are a number of quite fascinating. New strain has made
36:38
its way into the US. Yes.
36:40
John C Dvorak: How is how is it circulating? There's three
36:44
remote cases, none of them connected to each other. Here in
36:48
there over like the last six months, three, three out of 300
36:52
million people, which is one in 100 million Hello. And it's
36:57
circulating and they use the word circulating.
37:00
Adam Curry: This is why I asked you the question is this ABC?
37:04
NBC ABC
37:06
John C Dvorak: is NBC. That's Tom Yamas.
37:08
Adam Curry: So this is why I asked you the question, do you
37:10
think they can do it again? And you said no way?
37:13
John C Dvorak: And I say No way? I stick with that. Yes. And
37:17
Adam Curry: you don't have to be so shocked at the rest of the
37:20
clips I have of this. Okay, you don't have to be you know, I'm
37:23
gonna be shot. You don't have to be shot about how crazy it is.
37:29
Because obviously, they're doing it again, what we're missing is
37:33
the people falling over in China on tick tock, we don't have that
37:37
yet. But let's bring in our remote reporter now for some
37:40
details on the context and the backstory, which of course
37:44
softens it a bit. But we're not done yet. The World
37:46
Unknown: Health Organization says this 59 year old had about
37:49
30 contacts. 17 of them were at the hospital, one of those
37:53
people reported having a runny nose. But Tom got one of those
37:57
Oh, this strain of the avian flu. Now here's what's
38:00
interesting. There were 12 other contacts knew that man's house
38:03
Adam Curry: and it just listen to the words they're using
38:05
contacts spread. I mean, just just stay with it. Because this
38:10
is the same script.
38:12
Unknown: They said that seven of those people were symptomatic
38:14
five asymptomatic, it's not clear exactly what symptomatic
38:17
means. But again, none of them tested positive either now with
38:21
a seven symptomatic at one point contracting a strain of this
38:24
virus, but it just didn't affect them the same way and they
38:26
didn't test positive by the time that testing actually proceeded.
38:29
Or did they never get it at all. Not clear, but among almost
38:32
three dozen contacts. So far, this man is the only one to
38:35
actually test positive for this strain, h five and one sorry, h
38:39
five. N two is the version in Mexico h five and one is the
38:42
version in the United States. As for h five, running rampant, as
38:45
you said through cattle, and it led to cases positive cases of
38:49
three people at least in the United States have contracted
38:52
it. None of them died. But it was also he's
38:54
Adam Curry: breathless. He's breathless. He says, Wait
38:56
John C Dvorak: a minute. He's not only breathless, but he's
38:58
making mistakes. Because he's ruining descriptives, age eight,
39:04
and two in Mexico not h five and two. He says h five and one in
39:11
the United States. h five n two and MC No, no, I'm already No
39:16
I'm not. I'm
39:17
Adam Curry: not so sure. I think all these different numbers. I
39:20
think they're meant to antagonize us. Oh, it's h five
39:24
and one. No, it's the h h five and two notes. The h eight for n
39:28
n two whole notes. H 791. Got
39:31
John C Dvorak: me antagonizes. Dre if you're gonna come up with
39:34
some bogus story, that's total horseshit.
39:38
Adam Curry: But I'm just presenting the evidence so
39:41
John C Dvorak: I know what you're trying to do. And I think
39:43
I think you're making a I think your case is positive. I think
39:47
it's okay, you can make the case I do ask me where I think it's
39:50
gonna happen. I still say no,
39:52
Adam Curry: I tested positive. My case is, don't worry. It's a
39:55
shaggy dog, John, don't worry. None
39:56
Unknown: of them died. But it was also obviously poultry
39:59
before it was cattle and The US when it comes to Mexico so far,
40:02
the only cases have been in poultry. And again, you
40:05
mentioned Tom, this had not been detected in a single human
40:07
anywhere in the world. Until now it's the only case and he has
40:11
died. But there is a backstory to the backstory. 59 year old
40:15
man according to his relatives, Tom was bedridden for some three
40:18
weeks with other conditions, right, unrelated to the acute
40:21
symptoms he experienced from age five and two, but then also had
40:25
underlying medical conditions, and then reports the symptoms.
40:28
So is this a function of his medical health? Or is it a
40:30
function of the strain itself? That's a scientist right now,
40:32
we're trying to determine
40:33
Adam Curry: that now we of course, laugh about this because
40:36
the guy died clearly from death. You know, obviously, he's, and
40:40
he got a runny nose. And that didn't help. But I think for the
40:44
older generation, who were all in on, on Chris Cuomo and Tom
40:49
llamas, and then and all the M, five M, and love Fauci, I think
40:54
that they're saying, Wow, but I have, you know, I have all kinds
40:57
of I have a runny nose, I'm feeble, you know, anything could
41:00
happen. So now, now it got exciting. Now we're going to
41:03
bring in an expert. I'm joined
41:05
Unknown: tonight by Dr. Naheed. But Daliah. She's an infectious
41:08
disease physician and founding director of Boston University
41:11
Center on emerging infectious diseases. We thank you so much,
41:14
because you're an expert in this field. Now,
41:16
Adam Curry: now. Naheed Bedelia. She worked as the Director of
41:21
National Outreach for Oxfam America working on projects
41:24
related to civic engagement of young Americans in voting and
41:29
policy change issues. How about that? Oh, you
41:33
John C Dvorak: knit you. That's a good catch.
41:35
Adam Curry: In 22,002, she worked with Massachusetts Campus
41:38
Compact on a project funded by Pew Charitable Trusts to promote
41:42
voting among college students. Stop banging your drum, it's a
41:46
little annoying. Now. She completed her medical training
41:49
in New York at Mount Sinai Hospital in Columbia
41:51
Presbyterian. So she is an expert on young people and
41:55
voting, but yet, she's now being brought in as an expert on the
41:59
bird flu, she's gonna backpedal a bit, but she's an important
42:03
person in this scheme.
42:05
Unknown: I first want to be very transparent with our audience
42:07
here. We do not want to scare anybody. And I don't want to
42:10
scare viewers, though. But you can do it in a pandemic, right?
42:13
So doctor, if you can kind of listen to what he says, I first
42:18
want to be very transparent with our audience here. We do not
42:20
want to scare anybody. And I don't want to scare viewers out
42:22
there because we're just getting out of the pandemic. Right,
42:25
Adam Curry: right. No, one, no one says that. That's exactly
42:28
what he wants to do. That's exactly that's if I were to
42:31
write a script to scare people, I'd say we're not here to scare
42:34
you because we just got out of something like this. Don't
42:37
worry, I'm not here to scare you. So doctor,
42:39
Unknown: if you can kind of walk us through this, what do we need
42:41
to be concerned about if anything at all tonight,
42:44
but more Tom, I want to just start by saying both in the case
42:47
of h five and one which is circulating here in the US or
42:51
five and to the rest of the general public, as of now still
42:55
remains pretty low for h five and two, the infection that just
42:58
happened in Mexico we don't even no one can be transmitted human
43:02
to human yet. As you said, this is generally a virus that goes
43:05
from poultry or birds into humans. Of course, What's
43:08
strange about this is that this is a person who clearly didn't
43:11
have that exposure. So I think coming weeks is that are going
43:14
to tell us a little bit more but in terms of how you protect
43:17
yourself here in the US with less was going on. Because of
43:20
circulating among cattle. Living among birds, the biggest thing
43:24
to do is to stay away from sick animals. And we know that this
43:27
virus could appear in raw milk before it's pasteurized and
43:30
depends always drink pasteurized milk and avoid raw milk. Some of
43:34
the basic things that you can do to avoid that particular
43:38
outbreak that's going on is transmitted at all through
43:41
eating beef or chicken.
43:43
So there is yes, there is no evidence currently that there is
43:48
a transmission because the USDA did a study looking at beef
43:53
muscle and symptomatic cattle that they looked at. And in 100
43:57
Something samples that they looked at only a one was
43:59
positive in most cases cooking killed it. And so there's two to
44:03
date nothing has been documented that shows that that theory, so
44:06
I would not I would not be worried about it at this point.
44:08
That's good news.
44:09
Adam Curry: Okay, so not taking the script. But I would say raw
44:13
milk is the new mask. Now, as long as you stay away from raw
44:17
milk and beef and chicken not yet don't worry, that'll be the
44:22
wrong mask. And bow No, you just have a bandana? No, no, no, no,
44:27
you know and 95 Stay away from beef and chicken. And now comes
44:33
the most important part explain how humans and
44:35
Unknown: especially farm workers get this because from what I've
44:38
read that it's transmitted from cows that are sick, is it
44:41
respiratory? Is that Is that how it's transferred? Yeah, I
44:44
want to differentiate with Russia and Mexico from this so
44:47
from the age five and one that's going on here in the US what's
44:50
going on here in the US is a little bit annoying. We're
44:54
seeing this h five n one outbreak appear in the first
44:57
time in dairy cattle and it's really spreading as of
44:59
yesterday. was nine states really spreading an ad to farms
45:03
and of course
45:04
Adam Curry: 82 Farms, when you say farms do a little downbeat a
45:08
to farms, yeah, make it down
45:10
Unknown: and add to farms. And of course, what the thought is
45:13
that majority of that exposure is farmer preserving very
45:16
closely, in some cases with that raw milk that has a high amount
45:21
of virus, high
45:22
Adam Curry: amount of virus it has, because the PCR test Hello,
45:27
hello, the PCR test has a high amount of virus,
45:30
Unknown: that there is a concern that we don't know enough about
45:32
how it's being transmitted. Even the
45:34
John C Dvorak: PCR test has not proven that they've only found
45:36
particles. No,
45:37
Adam Curry: I know that. But no one else knows that. We know
45:39
that that's why we save literally save people during the
45:42
scam demic I'm just getting people to get saved again, be
45:47
saved again, in
45:48
Unknown: some cases with that raw milk that has a high amount
45:51
of virus. But there is a concern that we don't know enough about
45:54
how it's being transmitted on farms between animals are
45:57
between animals and humans. That's why additional testing is
46:00
needed to nail that down. So
46:03
Adam Curry: while this was taking place, and I could play
46:05
you the NPR version, I could play you the ABC version. I
46:08
won't bore you with that. But right on cue incomes, the CEO of
46:16
biotech firm Armada, who specialize in respiratory
46:21
diseases with new hair and a new facelift. Welcome back to the
46:26
stage. Deborah Birx.
46:29
Unknown: We're seeing a lot of concerning reports about bird
46:31
flu at the moment. The output. No,
46:33
Adam Curry: we're not concerning wait keyword concern.
46:37
Unknown: We're seeing a lot of concerning reports about bird
46:39
flu at the moment. The outbreaks and cows leading to you know,
46:43
tests and milk. I'm getting questions from my friends who
46:45
are also moms is this. Is this safe? Is it not? What is the
46:48
level of concern right now about potentially becoming a pandemic?
46:52
VA Thank you case, because this is why I'm really concerned.
46:55
Because we're making Oh, yeah,
46:58
Adam Curry: yeah. Now listen, she's very concerned because
47:00
we're making the same mistakes. Thank
47:03
Unknown: you case, because this is why I'm really concerned
47:05
because we're making the same mistakes today. That listening
47:09
Adam Curry: to you, I want you to, if you don't stop talking, I
47:13
want to restart it every single time. She has good funny things
47:16
to say you're gonna miss it. I'm missing nothing doing this for
47:20
your benefit. I want you to hear the goodness.
47:22
Unknown: Because this is why I'm really concerned because we're
47:25
making the same mistakes today that we made with COVID. Okay,
47:29
and what do I mean by that? We're not testing to really see
47:33
how many people have been exposed and got asymptomatically
47:36
infected, we should be testing every cow uniquely, you can do
47:40
pull PCR, we have the technology. The great thing
47:44
about America's we're incredibly innovative.
47:47
Adam Curry: We have the technology test, every cow
47:50
weekly have the
47:51
Unknown: ability to have these breakthroughs. We could be pool
47:54
testing every dairy worker, I do believe that this on the test, I
47:59
do believe in humans.
48:01
Adam Curry: Right? She does believe there undetected cases
48:04
in humans. We
48:06
Unknown: could be pool testing every dairy worker, I do believe
48:09
that there's on cases in humans, because we're once again only
48:14
tracking people with with symptoms. When we did that with
48:17
COVID. The virus spread throughout the Northeast
48:20
undetected, because it took a long time to get to the
48:24
vulnerable individuals. But in the meantime, 1000s hundreds of
48:28
1000s of people were infected with asymptomatic or mild
48:31
disease never came to medical attention. We have to switch
48:35
from symptoms to actually definitive laboratory testing.
48:39
We have the capacity to do that today. Right like that. Right?
48:43
Well, that's cheerful. I don't know exactly what to say. But
48:48
it does. It does. There's so much that happened that we saw
48:51
play out in 2020 that I think is going to matter in terms of
48:54
future eating right that we learned a lot as well in terms
48:56
of PCR testing. Dr. Burks. I'm very grateful for your time
48:58
today. Thank you very much for having me on.
49:00
Adam Curry: So I'm telling you whether it works or not, you
49:04
don't think so? They're doing it again. And it's perfect flu
49:08
season is here. Flu will disappear. Bird flu, h eight,
49:13
five and 974321 is all going to be all these variants.
49:20
asymptomatic spread, it's coming. It's coming. They're
49:24
going
49:25
John C Dvorak: to date they can't pull it off it this is
49:27
funny that you played these clips because they're annoying,
49:30
but they're so transparent in this Burks woman should be
49:33
strung up. Well, I want to mention something here. How
49:40
many? So let me get the right number back. She wants to test
49:46
every cow week weekly. PCR test runs about 70 bucks a pop job
49:52
being there are 87 million head of cattle in this country. Yeah.
49:58
87 do the Math somebody do the math quickly you can do it in
50:02
the in the chat room at 7 million cattle once a week at
50:07
$70 A piece of what is she trying to bankrupt the country?
50:10
Adam Curry: Well we did it before we just did it on human
50:12
capital. Same thing here stick that thing in your nose
50:16
everywhere you went send free tests at home I bet you still
50:19
have 10 of them at home.
50:22
John C Dvorak: I'll warn that I grabbed as many as I could
50:26
Adam Curry: have this bogus tests. No, they I think they
50:31
have a shot at doing this. They can certainly close cities. They
50:35
can do it. They are insane. The people who
50:38
John C Dvorak: blog Did you laugh? Yeah.
50:42
Adam Curry: I know that there I have a correct they are
50:44
John C Dvorak: insane. This is insanity. Yes. Three cases.
50:49
Period over the last
50:50
Adam Curry: what? Remember
50:52
John C Dvorak: that? Now? asymptomatic asymptomatic, ready
50:56
to resume a bird flu?
50:57
Adam Curry: President Trump called for the vaccines when
51:00
there were only five people dead? Not even in China.
51:05
John C Dvorak: Huh? Yeah. Well, I'm not happy about them. No,
51:08
Adam Curry: we should not be happy. But I can see what the
51:12
experts they're bringing in the voting and policy change issue
51:16
expert who happens to be a respiratory viral expert now.
51:22
You know, it's and she's Asian. So perfect. Perfect. Tell
51:26
central casting, they've done a good job. And now we'll start
51:30
we'll start doing what we always do.
51:33
Unknown: There's a new vaccine to address the bird flu outbreak
51:36
among dairy cows. Starting next month, the Department of
51:40
Agriculture will begin administering the shots to
51:43
calves. The vaccine was developed by the University of
51:46
Pennsylvania It is similar to mRNA vaccines that were created
51:50
for people. In response to the COVID 19 pandemic. The bird flu
51:54
virus has been spreading among more animal species in a number
51:58
of countries since 2020. It was first detected among dairy cows
52:03
in the US in March at least three people who worked at farms
52:07
with infected cows have also gotten bird float.
52:11
Adam Curry: Current virus threat level is concerned. Let's just
52:15
keep it there. In the shownotes there's a beautiful picture of
52:20
the virus. So it's a composite picture you now see a rooster
52:26
with for some reason the roosters head is blue. And his
52:30
gobble gobble, what's that sack called his gobble sack is blue.
52:35
And then there's all these little balls with spikes. Spike
52:39
spike proteins, yep, Spike protein, and the caption
52:42
actually reads bird flu death. So they're ramping up that
52:47
again. We have a have a boots on the ground from an embattled
52:54
Nebraska family of veteran veterinarians. This should be
53:01
good. As I previously stated bird flu has long had a vaccine
53:04
but politics has prevented its use. Several other countries
53:08
have used the vaccine for years transferred to humans is now
53:11
supposed to be a huge concern. Funny, I don't remember a
53:15
similar panic over swine flu, which is a very good point.
53:20
John C Dvorak: What we have not the swine flu that we that was
53:24
promoted as something that would kill us all. Yeah, but the swine
53:28
flu that is was were that they had to call pigs by the boatload
53:32
especially in China and they just throw them all into a
53:34
burning pit. It was pathetic. What we
53:37
Adam Curry: have seen in cattle is a surprising number of open
53:40
cows last breeding season. Hunters last year were shocked
53:45
at the lack of fawns last season. While many were angry at
53:48
game and parks for mismanagement of the deer population. Veteran
53:52
veterinarians were putting these two things together, it is
53:55
suspected, the transfer to hoofed animals is already at
53:59
least a year old. The telling points we are watching is how
54:03
many calves go to market for feedlot this fall. Yeah, they're
54:06
going to put them in early. How many fawns we see the spring
54:10
this spring and fall, dairy cows are easier to track due to
54:13
confinement and the forthcoming RFID tags. How many aborted or
54:18
had calves die at birth? Long story short, we believe the
54:21
transfer to hoofed animals has already happened. And herd
54:25
immunity has probably already been met. vaccinating cattle now
54:29
is just a waste of time and money. Money, money, key key
54:33
word money, keyword. As a business side as an aside,
54:40
little fun little ditty
54:42
John C Dvorak: from Crystal who by the way, heaven forbid we
54:45
listen to people in the field who actually know what they're
54:48
talking about. Oh, no, instead of putting stooges on the net
54:52
network TV, who are obviously out to get to vote for the
54:56
Democrats. This is ridiculous. It's gotten to the point where
54:59
it's annoying. with avian
55:01
Adam Curry: flu and pinkeye in the news writes crystal, I'd
55:03
like to share something that has been extremely frustrating among
55:06
naturally minded mamas. The FDA gave the homeopathic company
55:11
some some Millison a warning letter about their eyedrops in
55:16
September of 2023, causing them to voluntarily pull them from
55:19
the US market. That's right, it's now contraband. So when
55:24
your kid gets pinkeye, from the bird flu, you got to use the
55:27
pharma drops.
55:30
John C Dvorak: Wondering what these eyedrops were? Let me see
55:34
you know in Brazil just as an aside, Bella three up at the
55:39
Bella dar homeopathy is huge still. And you there's different
55:43
kinds of doctors you can go to and you can always go to a home
55:46
yet, will me
55:48
Adam Curry: just one of the chief ingredients is homeopathic
55:52
Ultra diluted Bella Donna, which is known as a viral interrupter.
55:58
Very frustrating crystal writes that these would leave the
56:00
market before viral pinkeye threats hit the new cycle.
56:04
There's no such thing as a coincidence, Crystal trust,
56:08
Trusting Trust me. So I'm just going to I hope I don't bore
56:15
people with it, but I'm not going to
56:18
John C Dvorak: bore people with it. But you're gonna do it
56:19
anyway. By any evidence that you're I'm not gonna let she
56:24
anxious about boring, I'm
56:25
Adam Curry: not going to let up there's no way you can't let up.
56:29
You can't. There's just no way.
56:35
John C Dvorak: Well, they're going to have trouble pulling
56:36
this one off. That's my final opinion. I am I mean, I'm not
56:42
saying they're not trying to do something to get those mail in
56:45
ballots back going. Because it's obvious if the clips that you
56:49
had there are all bogus clips or people that are stooges and
56:55
shouldn't even be allowed to speak on network television, let
56:58
alone have the platform that they're given. So there's that.
57:03
I can't deny that
57:05
Adam Curry: while I'm waiting for videos of people falling
57:08
down on the street on tick tock.
57:09
John C Dvorak: My favorite is when they spray the guys. Oh,
57:12
yes. He he's in his mirror that the guy said his car to take a
57:15
sprayer out and they spray the car and the guy and then they
57:18
get him out of the car and then they start kicking him.
57:21
Adam Curry: Now that was that was if you remember that video
57:24
was a was a demonstration. I don't think that was the real
57:28
thing. But well, they still were. I like to spring but when
57:31
they locked people in their homes in China and then sprayed
57:34
the streets. That was cool. Yeah, I need to bring that back
57:38
spray the city's spray. I'm all for it spray the city's
57:45
John C Dvorak: Well, unless China wants to get in on this.
57:49
Which I don't think they do because they have to see the
57:52
Chinese aren't so stupid is not to recognize what the hell's
57:56
going on here, which is to try to get Biden reelected. So
57:59
Kamala Harris can be president. The Chinese can't want that.
58:04
Because it's the guy's a pain in the ass to work with.
58:09
Adam Curry: Well, they're gonna have to find a new Fauci because
58:12
Fauci can't I mean, he's retired. He can't do it anymore.
58:15
We need to face I Burks is it's amazing the transformation she's
58:19
put herself through. It's like a different lady. Kind of creepy
58:23
looking. It was like a bit of Miss Potatohead vibe going on.
58:27
John C Dvorak: Yeah, I didn't like to wish I don't like her
58:28
new look. No,
58:29
Adam Curry: no, your new look is horrible. She had a neck job and
58:32
I think a little tightening the IRS? Oh, yeah. Yeah, it's not
58:38
Botox. I mean, I looked at her eyebrows. They work. And she may
58:44
have had a little implants in the cheek. She she kind of had
58:47
implants. He liked cheeks. But she's no she's
58:50
John C Dvorak: a spook. The CIA likes to do that to people.
58:53
Dude. Maybe
58:54
Adam Curry: what do you mean? Maybe she literally comes from
58:57
Naval Intelligence. It's not a maybe about it. In this in this
59:01
outfit thinking Armada pharmaceuticals.
59:05
John C Dvorak: Kind of a military name for a company.
59:08
Adam Curry: The very interesting steroids to keep an eye on it.
59:12
At one point. I mean, look at the chart here. At one point,
59:16
they click on that AR AR MP they're public. And so when they
59:24
came out public in 20, this is clearly they backed her into
59:30
this when it went public in 2014, that $3,389 And then went
59:41
down and by 2016 This thing was 69 bucks. And currently it's
59:47
$2.60 Oh, so if something comes out and
59:53
John C Dvorak: a good shortage 3000
59:56
Adam Curry: to 3000 bagger would have been dynamite. But she's
1:00:01
got she's got her. Maybe it has been shorted. Maybe it's another
1:00:07
Gamestop play. Think about that.
1:00:10
John C Dvorak: Well at two bucks. Yeah, definitely a
1:00:13
speculate speculative concept is at work. I like it. We don't
1:00:19
recommend stuff. Oh,
1:00:20
Adam Curry: no, no, no, not at all. But let me just tell you
1:00:22
about the pipeline. What they got in the pipeline. They've got
1:00:25
a respiratory drug for respiratory infections. The and
1:00:30
the cystic fibrosis Fibrosis Foundation is one of their
1:00:34
partners. They got three drugs, one for pneumonia. I mean,
1:00:40
there, you know, it wouldn't take much. wouldn't take much.
1:00:47
But she's using our feed. Our motto our motto with a T Yeah,
1:00:54
our Matamata AR monta phony baloney. Well, speaking of
1:01:00
elections, that mean, we all know the danger this there's
1:01:05
there's one just one horrible danger about this election cycle
1:01:10
in in the United States. Everybody knows it. It's ai ai
1:01:14
is a danger to democracy. And they say
1:01:18
Unknown: in a consequential gear for global elections, nothing
1:01:21
matches the scale of India, nearly a billion voters and over
1:01:25
700 political parties, while election related deep fakes
1:01:29
generated by artificial intelligence spread like
1:01:32
wildfire on social media. Like this video of a politician who
1:01:39
died in 2018, and was digitally resurrected to endorse his son,
1:01:46
PC AI handiwork of Centennial Nagi Yang, his company is at the
1:01:50
forefront of a thriving but loosely regulated industry here,
1:01:54
using AI tools to create deep fakes, mostly for films. But at
1:01:59
a studio in Chennai, he recorded my voice took photos and videos,
1:02:04
and in a matter of hours produced a deep fake of me, I'm
1:02:07
Tiana smacking for air and I'm not running for office. But I'm
1:02:11
doing this political ad to make a point to show how easy it is
1:02:15
for linear vote shit and I'm EA managing and data to data in
1:02:18
computer and with AI tools, I can
1:02:21
say anything to anybody in any language, literally
1:02:26
have been cloned. It's like we have a seed and we can plant it
1:02:29
anywhere and that AI driven content is appearing in
1:02:32
elections around the world could be a sign of what's ahead for
1:02:36
voters in the US.
1:02:38
Adam Curry: Or what could happen here as
1:02:41
Unknown: a test for tech platforms, digital rights groups
1:02:44
access now and Global Witness for doesn't fake election ads to
1:02:48
YouTube and say every video was accepted. In a statement Google
1:02:53
said none of these ads ever ran, adding their enforcement process
1:02:57
has multiple layers to ensure ads comply with policies. If you
1:03:02
don't try to combat the collection and misuse of data by
1:03:06
tech platforms, it will feed this problematic, often toxic
1:03:11
sort of Ei group ecosystem. There is
1:03:13
also the risk of AI Generated Content becoming a normalized
1:03:17
part of the election process. As deep fakes are set to transform
1:03:22
the landscape. For real
1:03:24
Adam Curry: Oh, it's going to transform the landscape. I mean,
1:03:27
this is such bunk and they're all in on it
1:03:30
Unknown: this morning. Current and former employees at two
1:03:32
major artificial intelligence companies are sounding the alarm
1:03:35
about what they describe as a reckless and secretive industry.
1:03:39
And an open letter. The group is calling for more transparency,
1:03:42
saying AI companies possess substantial nonpublic
1:03:45
information about the capabilities and limitations of
1:03:48
their systems. However, they currently have only weak
1:03:50
obligations to share some of this information with
1:03:52
governments and none with civil society. A letter calls for AI
1:03:56
companies to stop blocking employees from openly
1:03:59
criticizing them and create anonymous ways for employees to
1:04:02
voice concerns to regulators. If we let this horse out
1:04:06
of the barn, it will be even more difficult to contain and
1:04:12
social media and we are
1:04:13
last year senators Josh Hawley and Richard Blumenthal released
1:04:17
a bipartisan framework for regulating AI. We
1:04:20
have a responsibility here now, to do our part to make sure that
1:04:25
this new technology, which holds a lot of promise, but also peril
1:04:29
actually works to the American people. But
1:04:31
more than nine months after that framework was announced not a
1:04:34
single federal law governing Artificial intelligence has been
1:04:37
passed in response to the new letter open AI saying we agree
1:04:41
that rigorous debate is crucial given the significance of this
1:04:43
technology, and will continue to engage with governments, civil
1:04:46
society and other communities around the world.
1:04:49
Adam Curry: So I don't think this open letter was signed by
1:04:51
anybody. So I'm calling bull crap on this. Moreover, because
1:04:57
we have a dude named Ben inside The Microsoft organization in
1:05:02
the Azure division where they just fired a bunch of people.
1:05:08
They did. Now most of those people were from the quantum
1:05:11
computing group, which is interesting.
1:05:14
John C Dvorak: And apparently they're it out that that's no
1:05:17
good. They're
1:05:18
Adam Curry: trying to contain costs. I'm going to read from
1:05:21
our anonymous boots on the ground Microsoft is still
1:05:25
ramping up on AI. However, the cost for that is through the
1:05:29
roof. Most of our business expenses are being cannibalized
1:05:33
by AI because it costs so much. There was a demo that someone
1:05:38
did in my org for using chat GPT to answer questions about code
1:05:42
and generate documentation. There were about 20 people using
1:05:46
it and it cost $2,000 A day just for those 20 people using it.
1:05:54
This is why the quantum unit was dismantled. I think there's two
1:05:58
parts to what's happening here. One is the stock price has been
1:06:02
going up quite a bit recently around $424. He was going up
1:06:06
before too, but it got a little stuck in the past couple of
1:06:09
years around 280 Low three hundreds ever since the open AI
1:06:13
deal. It's almost been nonstop upwards. I was speaking to one
1:06:17
of my managers a couple of weeks ago and I asked him if he knew
1:06:20
what the expense to profit ratio was for AI. He said that is a
1:06:25
very closely guarded secret and if we knew the answer we would
1:06:29
not be able to sell our stocks
1:06:33
John C Dvorak: Yeah, it's a negative number negative number
1:06:35
of
1:06:35
Adam Curry: course it is of course it is. I
1:06:38
John C Dvorak: believe that that letter that was run around ego
1:06:44
the concern and all the publicity over the concern over
1:06:47
AI is all a marketing stunt. I'm with you to draw attention to AI
1:06:51
to make it seem as could do more than it can do. And so you do
1:06:56
that by creating this hairy scary idea and having POA we
1:07:00
can't complain to our supervisor we can't convey plain to it. You
1:07:04
know we can't go out and be whistleblowers because all this
1:07:07
all hell's gonna break loose, making it seem as though this is
1:07:11
a lot more powerful technology than it actually is. It's a
1:07:15
screwed up technology that doesn't do anything right it
1:07:18
gets wrong answers. I mean, if you did right now went and did
1:07:21
ask a couple of questions about yourself. It's going to be
1:07:24
wrong. It's no good.
1:07:27
Adam Curry: And there is an application. There is an
1:07:30
application that is in the marketplace. It's catching
1:07:33
storm, everyone's talking about it when
1:07:35
Unknown: Michael BOMA found out that he was terminally ill with
1:07:37
colon cancer. He spent a lot of time speaking with his wife
1:07:41
about what was happened after his death.
1:07:44
She said Michael, one of the things I'm really going to miss
1:07:48
is talking to you just finished the sound of your voice on this
1:07:51
Musa nakliyat Has
1:07:52
that sparks an idea for bomber with the help of a friend based
1:07:56
in the US took the 61 year old entrepreneur two months to build
1:08:00
an interactive AI version of himself.
1:08:03
We have you say 300 different phrases that capture our call
1:08:08
your emotional voice. So sometimes you say I love you or
1:08:11
you say I love you and they say oh the doors open and we capture
1:08:15
all that and then we compress all that and make it
1:08:19
sound. Thomas AI voice which cost $15,000 to set up can
1:08:24
answer questions and tell stories without regurgitating
1:08:28
pre recorded answers. He's excited about his digital
1:08:31
immortality. The rise of grief tech comes with many ethical
1:08:35
questions. Those grieving use AI to interact with lost loved ones
1:08:40
without their consent. And despite providing comfort during
1:08:44
a difficult time could it prevent people from moving on?
1:08:47
Adam Curry: Grief tech? Perfect?
1:08:50
John C Dvorak: Wasn't this a Star Trek episode from the
1:08:53
original series? I don't know. I'm pretty sure this is bad.
1:08:58
This storyline has been done over and over again in the
1:09:00
science fiction community which is you have you know, you've
1:09:04
offloaded your consciousness in some way or other and then you
1:09:07
got some AI agent making it sound like you're talking to
1:09:11
your to your spouse. I'm sorry, honey, I had to die. I got hairy
1:09:16
legs. I got hairy legs. It's a scam.
1:09:20
Adam Curry: So here's what AI is really being used for. We know
1:09:25
that there's a rather damning interview with President Biden
1:09:29
that the Department of Justice has where he sounds like a poor,
1:09:34
confused old man, which he is. And this is how they're using
1:09:40
AI. Here's
1:09:41
Unknown: what the DOJ said in their court filing. To be sure
1:09:45
other raw material to create a deep fake of President Biden's
1:09:48
voice is already available, but release of the audio recording
1:09:52
presents unique risks. If it were public knowledge that the
1:09:55
audio recording has been released yet this becomes easier
1:09:58
for
1:09:59
John C Dvorak: you had to give people a background I just said,
1:10:02
No, you didn't mention that this is no you didn't background is
1:10:06
that there's a transcript of the with the Department of Justice
1:10:10
where Biden was let off the hook for stealing document
1:10:13
Adam Curry: was a huge story. We covered that extensive.
1:10:16
John C Dvorak: I know, but you're not covering it down this
1:10:18
particular moment for at
1:10:20
Adam Curry: this hour. Jhansi. Dvorak is going to give us the
1:10:22
backstory on this 32nd clip.
1:10:24
John C Dvorak: I don't think it says something to ridicule me
1:10:26
about. I'm just saying, you jump right into this clip, and it's
1:10:30
just out of the blue. And you don't mention that this is part
1:10:32
of, and I don't think a lot of people know this, that there's
1:10:35
an ongoing debate going on between the Republicans mostly
1:10:39
and the Department of Justice to release the original tape that
1:10:43
matches the transcript that they provided, which a lot of people
1:10:47
don't believe that has not been doctored, the transcript itself,
1:10:52
it looks like to be a phony. And the Department of Justice
1:10:55
refuses to release no tapes. And now it's become a big deal.
1:10:58
You're
1:10:58
Adam Curry: right. I'm sorry. You're right. You're absolutely
1:11:01
right. You're right. Yeah,
1:11:06
John C Dvorak: no, if you listen to Fox all the time, you'll know
1:11:08
this, but I don't think everybody does. Alright, here we
1:11:11
go.
1:11:11
Unknown: Here's what the DOJ said in their court filing. To
1:11:15
be sure other raw material to create a deep fake of President
1:11:18
Biden's voice is already available. But release of the
1:11:21
audio recording presents unique risks. If it were public
1:11:25
knowledge that the audio recording has been released, it
1:11:28
becomes easier for malicious actors to pass off an altered
1:11:32
file as the true recording Professor Iverson created
1:11:37
recently for for keeping things from going public. Well, that
1:11:40
about takes the cake. So
1:11:42
Adam Curry: there's how it's really going to be used exactly
1:11:44
what we've been saying. They're doing it the opposite way.
1:11:48
That's, that's,
1:11:49
John C Dvorak: yep,
1:11:50
Adam Curry: that thing in my mouth. That's AI. That's, that's
1:11:54
what it's gonna be. By the way,
1:11:56
John C Dvorak: they're gonna use AI as like, why? It's, yeah,
1:12:00
we've predicted this when AI first started emerging, that
1:12:05
you're going to go just the opposite. Yeah. When somebody
1:12:08
does something real. Yeah, that's not me. Yeah, it's fake.
1:12:15
Yeah,
1:12:16
Adam Curry: that's exactly what they're gonna do. Is
1:12:18
John C Dvorak: what they're doing now. In fact, this whole
1:12:21
thing about this, this transcript and the recording,
1:12:24
it's it's laughable. Yeah. But that's exactly what they're
1:12:28
doing. Yeah, we're doomed. No, it wasn't for this particular
1:12:33
show. I don't know what people would would do. You can't get
1:12:38
information that's any good anymore. It's been ruined.
1:12:42
Adam Curry: Oh, I don't think you and I are doomed in any in
1:12:45
any fashion. No,
1:12:46
John C Dvorak: we're not no, we're no form electively as a as
1:12:51
a as a nation state world as a globe. We're doomed as a globe.
1:12:57
Adam Curry: The global level, if you want to view really want to
1:13:00
know how we're doomed, then we need to go no further than
1:13:05
listen to our United Nations Secretary General. I mean, the
1:13:10
guy is now he's now citing lyrics. I mean, he is he is a
1:13:16
poetic poetic man.
1:13:18
Unknown: The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has
1:13:21
called for a tax on the profits of fossil fuel companies to help
1:13:25
pay for the fight against climate change. He said time it
1:13:28
may be running out to control rising temperatures. This comes
1:13:33
as a new report indicates last month was the hottest may on
1:13:38
faith monthly record high. We
1:13:40
are playing Russian roulette with our planets. As we need the
1:13:45
next round of the highway to climate tell we've
1:13:49
got a highway to climate hell.
1:13:53
And the two seas we have control of the wheel. The 1.5 degree
1:13:58
limit is still just about possible. First of all, we're
1:14:01
limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees
1:14:04
Celsius is a goal established under the Paris agreement with
1:14:09
the countries committed to keeping long term median global
1:14:12
temperatures below pre industrial levels. The UN
1:14:16
weather agency believes this bout of heat is human induced
1:14:20
and could become more frequent.
1:14:23
There's an 80% likelihood that the annual average global
1:14:27
temperature will temporarily exceed 1.5 degrees above pre
1:14:32
industrial levels for at least one of the next five calendar
1:14:35
years. No
1:14:37
calling on the group of 20 to reel in the fossil fuel industry
1:14:41
and limit carbon output. Did you 20 is holding a summit in Brazil
1:14:45
next month.
1:14:46
We're set to discuss the environment and an energy
1:14:49
transition.
1:14:50
Adam Curry: Okay, so that's not really what this is about. Cop
1:14:53
29 is coming up I think in November and it's going to be in
1:14:58
Azerbaijan. I believe and the now we're we have to get down to
1:15:05
brass tacks. We've got to talk about climate finance, how are
1:15:10
we going to pay? And what benefit will this amount have to
1:15:16
the world to keep us safe from just keeping on driving up the
1:15:21
highway to climate Hill.
1:15:23
Unknown: Now important talks ahead of November's UN Climate
1:15:27
Summit are kicking off here in Germany, negotiators are facing
1:15:30
thorny financial questions they include how to get more money to
1:15:34
developing nations that are hardest hit more money. climate
1:15:37
finance projects like these will take center stage at the UN
1:15:41
talks in Bonn, Germany. Here 1000s of delegates will lay the
1:15:45
groundwork for the UN Climate Summit in Azerbaijan in
1:15:47
November. This
1:15:49
year, there's a big focus on all sorts of issues, especially
1:15:52
around finance, where's the money for climate change going
1:15:55
to come from and how unlock more of it
1:15:57
high income polluter nations have already agreed to pay $100
1:16:02
billion per year to developing countries money to be used to
1:16:05
adapt to a heating planet, or money to reduce the carbon
1:16:08
emissions causing climate change. Industrialized countries
1:16:12
wanted to achieve this target by 2020. But they only hit it in
1:16:15
2022. And the deadline to set a new finance goal is just around
1:16:19
the corner, it needs to be decided by the end of the year,
1:16:23
pressure to up the target is growing significantly. The US
1:16:26
based World Resources Institute estimates that climate finance
1:16:30
needs to rise to a whopping $5 trillion per year by 20 35
1:16:37
Adam Curry: trillion. These people like go bigger go home.
1:16:42
Let's just let's just ask for 5 trillion. Who cares? These
1:16:44
people don't pay it. You know, it's about death. $5 trillion
1:16:49
per year. What is the GDP of America? Nine?
1:16:57
John C Dvorak: The GDP of the United States?
1:16:59
Adam Curry: Yeah, what's our what's our GDP?
1:17:01
John C Dvorak: should look like that instead of just guess.
1:17:03
Well,
1:17:03
Adam Curry: you look it up and then I'll we'll listen to the
1:17:05
last 15 seconds of this guy explaining why we need to spend
1:17:08
5 trillion what
1:17:10
Unknown: we're investing now. Even even when it gets into the
1:17:14
scale of trillions of dollars will save multiple trillions of
1:17:17
dollars in avoided damages. And and in in savings on fuel costs.
1:17:23
And and in more more efficient economies. It's
1:17:26
Adam Curry: gonna save you money. You see. If you spend 5
1:17:31
trillion it'll save you money. This is this. This is this is
1:17:37
the cult, climate ism. All in on it.
1:17:43
John C Dvorak: Our GDP is 27 trillion. Oh,
1:17:46
Adam Curry: then we can easily pay for the 5 trillion. There's
1:17:48
nothing. There's nothing
1:17:51
John C Dvorak: and most of this most of this debt, but okay.
1:17:57
Adam Curry: Where do you think the 5 trillion is coming from?
1:18:00
It's not gonna come from taxes
1:18:01
John C Dvorak: or bankers. They can clean up on this thing.
1:18:03
Yeah, but they are. I think they you played the clip for the good
1:18:06
terrorists character. He's talking about the highway to
1:18:11
cross with fuel companies advertising.
1:18:15
Adam Curry: Advertising. Yeah.
1:18:18
John C Dvorak: No, he didn't get that part of his little speech
1:18:21
about bitching about foreign fossil fuel companies. Yeah,
1:18:25
we'll play this claim at you and he wants to know advertising.
1:18:28
Adam Curry: Oh, I thought he wanted windfall profits is what
1:18:31
what the report said on see the UN
1:18:33
Unknown: Secretary General is calling for global ban on
1:18:36
advertising by fossil fuel companies. As NPR is Rebecca
1:18:39
Herschel reports. It is the UN's latest effort to crack down on
1:18:43
global warming. In
1:18:44
his speech in New York UN Secretary General Antonio
1:18:47
Gutierrez said fossil fuel companies advertise to spread
1:18:52
inaccurate information about climate change and delay
1:18:55
policies that would reduce planet warming pollution. He
1:18:58
called for a worldwide ban on such ads.
1:19:01
I urge every country to ban advertising from fossil fuel
1:19:04
companies. And they urge news media and tech companies to stop
1:19:09
taking fossil fuel advertising, burning
1:19:12
oil, gas and coal is the main cause of global warming. There
1:19:16
are currently no limits on fossil fuel ads in the US. Oil
1:19:20
and gas companies are among NPRs funders.
1:19:25
John C Dvorak: Okay, I want to ask you this question. Yes. What
1:19:28
advertisement are they talking about it What can you remember
1:19:31
an ad where Chevron or shell or BP advertised bull crap about
1:19:41
climate change that they need to be banned every time I see an ad
1:19:45
they're talking about their greed there if you will, having
1:19:48
a good detergent,
1:19:49
Adam Curry: green stuff. It's always green. Oh, BP green.
1:19:54
Yeah,
1:19:54
John C Dvorak: but where's the worst bullshit they he's makes
1:19:57
the claim that they're lying about climate change. Hmm then
1:20:01
these ads need to be banned what ad are we talking about? I don't
1:20:04
know
1:20:05
Adam Curry: but it's not working because the the oil the oil
1:20:08
prices are not going up the way you'd expect him to maybe this
1:20:10
is what it's all about they're all invested in oil stocks and
1:20:14
like well maybe if we say this maybe it'll go up now it's not
1:20:16
going up it's going down.
1:20:19
John C Dvorak: Really certainly going down to get price of
1:20:21
gasoline in California is $5.50 I mean the price of oil the
1:20:25
price of oil is the price of oil still stuck around 73 bucks
1:20:30
Adam Curry: but it's not gonna it's not skyrocketing we've got
1:20:33
you think it'd be skyrocketing either way there wars we got all
1:20:36
kinds of groovy says that sky right oh, what's wrong? What is
1:20:39
wrong? And well, let's talk to the CEO of General Motors, which
1:20:44
was a woman that woman's name again. Barra is that her name?
1:20:48
Is she doing a good job with this company?
1:20:53
John C Dvorak: I'm not a fan. Oh, let's
1:20:55
Adam Curry: let's listen.
1:20:56
Unknown: Despite a slowdown in evey sales across all brands.
1:20:59
CEO Mary Barra says GM is all in on all electric cars growth has
1:21:05
slowed. Prices are also dropping the average now $55,000 and more
1:21:10
popular in blue states then read is that a political divide a
1:21:14
cultural divide that will hurt sales especially of the
1:21:17
Silverado Evie,
1:21:19
but when we look at it right next to the Silverado, Evie in
1:21:22
that showroom at that dealer is going to be a Silverado that's
1:21:25
gas powered, so the consumer is going to get to choose what they
1:21:28
want.
1:21:29
Do you still envision to stop selling gas powered vehicles by
1:21:33
the mid 2030s? As you'd suggested at one point?
1:21:36
Well, again, we'll be guided by the customer. But in the end,
1:21:39
we're seeing this around the globe it will be led by what
1:21:41
customers want.
1:21:42
And former President Trump's criticism of EVs is raising
1:21:46
concerns among proponents, he could dismantle the tax
1:21:49
incentives if elected, will you be just as committed to EVs if
1:21:53
there's a Trump administration,
1:21:54
we will be just committed because we think in the long
1:21:57
term, they're better. Barbara says
1:21:58
GM customers will soon have access to Tesla and other
1:22:02
charging stations, which should address concerns about charter
1:22:05
availability.
1:22:06
Adam Curry: This is a clip we're driving off of got a note from
1:22:10
Sir Tom of the 1015 home team says I thought you'd be
1:22:13
interested this information about electric trucks that were
1:22:15
purchased for use by our Department of power and water. I
1:22:18
don't know where it is. Specifically the Ford lightning.
1:22:22
A friend was checking out groundwater wells and that means
1:22:26
he has to drive through fields with high grass and bushes.
1:22:30
These trucks apparently have an undercard sensor if grass and
1:22:34
bushes scraped the truck thinks that you're having an accident
1:22:37
and it shuts off the truck well then not start you have to have
1:22:42
a tow truck pick up out of the field and replace the $3,000
1:22:46
sensor yeah this is genius because I'm sure the battery
1:22:52
right because oh is just scratching the battery think we
1:22:54
could explode
1:22:57
John C Dvorak: to disaster and it's and the the fact that she
1:23:00
talks about $55,000 electric cars of course even more
1:23:04
expensive than that if you go with some of the Tesla's Yeah,
1:23:07
is that you have to compete against some of the cheap Toyota
1:23:10
hybrids the new Prius which is a pretty good looking car even
1:23:14
though that you'd think it wouldn't be but I saw a couple
1:23:16
on the road so far. It's like wow, it's not about Luna $27,000
1:23:21
Let me say this is like an affordable electric hybrid. It's
1:23:25
got a motor in it to
1:23:26
Adam Curry: 27 Okay, base price 27 950 Let's take a look at it
1:23:31
and see if I'd want to drive one let me see Oh Oh you're right it
1:23:37
doesn't look very blame
1:23:40
John C Dvorak: No, it doesn't look lame at all it's
1:23:41
Adam Curry: actually looked at it looks a bit like a Tesla kind
1:23:44
of but it has
1:23:45
John C Dvorak: a nice it I think it looks better I think it's got
1:23:47
nice lines Tesla's kind of dated it's
1:23:49
Adam Curry: got very nice legs let me see the interior yeah
1:23:53
that well I mean look for city use if you can afford it for
1:23:59
roaming around town for him for there's going to be some
1:24:01
consumers who don't mind being controlled by their government
1:24:06
whether they can have electricity or not you know that
1:24:08
I'm sure this this will be dynamite for them.
1:24:12
John C Dvorak: Well didn't know that gasolina you don't have to
1:24:16
be charging for it hybrid
1:24:19
Adam Curry: Alright, so what is the limited all wheel drive
1:24:22
cost? Now it goes up exponentially there but man
1:24:28
that's cool. That's not bad at all.
1:24:31
John C Dvorak: Toy Oh, no, no, no agenda tip
1:24:34
Adam Curry: Hey, you should have saved that for the end of the
1:24:36
show. No agenda tip and with that I'd like to thank you for
1:24:40
your courage say in the morning to you the man who put the sea
1:24:44
and climate finance say hello to my friend on the other end the
1:24:46
One Only Mr. John's
1:24:52
John C Dvorak: Yeah, in the morning you Mr. Adam curry. Also
1:24:55
in the morning Let's shift to see boots on the ground feet in
1:24:57
the air subs in the water in the Dames and the nights Get out
1:25:00
there in
1:25:01
Adam Curry: the morning to controls in the tool room I
1:25:08
think I got most of them, some of them hid under that bush over
1:25:11
there. But from what I can see, we have 1766 of trollish, which
1:25:16
is up to two from last Thursday. It's not too bad 1766. I mean,
1:25:22
it's like, do these people not have a job? Are they just
1:25:25
listening? Are they just screwing around with their boss
1:25:28
listening to the show while they're on the job, but they
1:25:31
have a little widget that makes their mouse moves so that their
1:25:34
boss thinks they're working? Who knows? It's a lot of them. And
1:25:38
they're listening live at troll room.io Or perhaps on a modern
1:25:42
podcast app, where you can get alerted when we go live, which
1:25:46
is good because people do forget you know, people often forget
1:25:51
that that there's a show. Do you know that? Did you know that?
1:25:56
John C Dvorak: They miss remember, I don't believe
1:25:58
anybody ever thinks about it. The reason you do that, they're
1:26:03
not thinking that oh, no agenda, no agenda, that they gotta live
1:26:06
life to lead that no agendas aside, you know, as the show
1:26:11
was, but then
1:26:12
Adam Curry: when that when they when they're alerted on their on
1:26:14
their smartphone, like a bitter, bitter, bitter pick up Oh, is
1:26:17
that going live and you can click on it and listen right
1:26:19
away, you don't have to do anything special. I mean,
1:26:21
that's, I think,
1:26:24
John C Dvorak: the fabulous feature podcast
1:26:25
Adam Curry: apps.com. We, by the way, troll room.io is also
1:26:31
great. If you just had the desktop, you can put it in a
1:26:33
tab, hide it, hide the tab meal, and then bring up the
1:26:36
spreadsheet, no problem, that's perfect. We are in our 17th
1:26:43
Season value for value. Which means we have never played a
1:26:49
commercial, We've never taken corporate money. We've only
1:26:53
asked people to support us with time, talent and treasure. And
1:26:56
people do that. And it's one it's, I'd say it's an experiment
1:27:01
that has been working well. So far. We've had our ups and
1:27:05
downs, there's roller coasters along the way. And that depends
1:27:08
on all kinds of things. No vacation time, tax time,
1:27:13
Christmas time, economy time, it all we roll with the punches.
1:27:19
And we're still here, and people want us to go at least another
1:27:22
four more years. I'm not four more years. I'm not so sure
1:27:26
we're gonna try, we will try. One of the ways that people show
1:27:32
value and send value back to us for the value that we give you
1:27:36
absolutely a no upfront charge. You can go to no agenda
1:27:41
show.net. And you can listen to all the shows, you can use the
1:27:44
bing.io and search all the show notes, all the clips, all the
1:27:48
transcripts, you can make clips there. I mean, all of these
1:27:51
things are wonderful pieces of value that have been sent back
1:27:54
to us. Over the years people have built these up no agenda
1:27:57
art generators, and other fantastic example. And the
1:28:01
artists who many of them are Dutch masters. We really love
1:28:07
that we have such a cornucopia of selection available to us,
1:28:12
right after each show. And we do a pretty quick turnaround as
1:28:14
well. Since we're not trying to be your NPR radio labs and edit
1:28:20
edit all the life out of it. No, we're just we are we just, we
1:28:24
just who we are. And we just we just put the show out and we
1:28:28
live to tape. We're professionals that way.
1:28:31
combined. We have probably about 100 years of experience, if not
1:28:34
more. I've
1:28:35
John C Dvorak: talked to people about the idea of life to take
1:28:37
what you're a nutcase about. I believe that that'd be the way
1:28:42
to go to Yes, I'm not. And even at media, you are promoting the
1:28:46
life to tape notion as opposed to people over produce shows.
1:28:50
Yeah. And they come out dry. And it's very strange phenomenon.
1:28:56
Life to tape because it's everybody does anyone who's
1:28:59
really good, does it? Yeah. Well, then if you watch the day,
1:29:04
late night comedy shows, those are all live to tape them. Yes,
1:29:07
yes.
1:29:09
Adam Curry: Now now they're over produced in the way that the
1:29:11
questions and the answers are rehearsed, and they have pre
1:29:15
meeting Oh, another thing we despise when I do a pre
1:29:19
interview just to make sure we are pre interviews are no good.
1:29:22
No, it takes the life out of all of the things every life that it
1:29:26
sucks the soul out of the content. And the reason why this
1:29:30
happened in podcasting is because we didn't really have
1:29:32
the gear I tried to build it failed. That was over 10 years
1:29:36
ago, or about 10 years ago. No, it was actually Wow, it's
1:29:41
probably 13 years ago. I think I've asked gene in because there
1:29:46
was no gear to do it live to take, you know to have a good
1:29:49
processing and you know, you had to use like mixers that were
1:29:54
built for me you know guitar players and musicians at home.
1:29:58
It was not at all it was not at all fun. Kindle. And so we enter
1:30:02
the podcast editor and then you know, and obviously when you
1:30:06
have a podcast editor, then you have to have a Podcast Producer
1:30:09
and executive producer or
1:30:11
John C Dvorak: an engineer and
1:30:12
Adam Curry: engineer and engineer. So that's probably the
1:30:15
only reason why we've been able to do this because we do
1:30:17
everything ourselves. We do have some help from family members,
1:30:20
mainly your daughter J. Who does spreadsheet which is a lot of
1:30:23
work. And Mimi, who does by the way, did I see that too many
1:30:28
eggs.com won an award
1:30:32
John C Dvorak: actually too many eggs.com and Jays children's
1:30:36
book which had a lot of competition, both won the San
1:30:40
Francisco book festival awards for best Oh, budget the thing I
1:30:45
mean the cookbook one best I didn't notice it. Sorry for best
1:30:51
cookbook, right? Yeah, best cookbook too many eggs.com is
1:30:54
best and you can get a free copy PDF anyway. And which should
1:31:01
have won a couple of awards by now. And buddy, so one that and
1:31:05
then Jays book. The Runaway washer, which is a children's
1:31:12
book along the lines of the ABC have no agenda ABC book, one for
1:31:18
Best Children's Book and there was a there must have been 100
1:31:22
competitors and I was oh, she really? Oh, that is happy. I'm
1:31:26
proud of her. That is amazing.
1:31:29
Adam Curry: So now can we enter the no agenda ABC book in next
1:31:32
year's competition?
1:31:34
John C Dvorak: I think it was entered.
1:31:35
Adam Curry: I'm sure the judges went What?
1:31:39
Unknown: What is this?
1:31:40
John C Dvorak: Douche bag?
1:31:41
Unknown: Douche bag?
1:31:43
John C Dvorak: Douche Bay V
1:31:44
Adam Curry: for vaccine? What? No, no, no, this is this book is
1:31:47
no good. Anyway, I'm not sure how I got there. But I want to
1:31:53
thank the artists. And I specifically wanted to thank the
1:31:56
artists for the artwork from Episode 1665. We titled that one
1:32:01
flag gate. And right on cue, sir. Net Ned came in strong with
1:32:07
just an image that everybody understood. It was the
1:32:11
Palestinian flag being replaced with the LGBTQ plus i flag on
1:32:19
the side of a building. Well done. Good execution. Everybody
1:32:25
understands that you don't need any words. Even though you know
1:32:29
flag gate refers to different flags. It was actually I think I
1:32:33
had a flag clip that I have a flag clip here. That something
1:32:42
was it was it about what what? Well, I since we're talking
1:32:46
about flags, I wanted to spice up the one to spice up the
1:32:51
donation segment with a with a flag. There was something about
1:32:55
Oh, yes. Yes. Oh, you know, what, how about some extra since
1:32:59
we're talking about flags here? How about two quick extra clips
1:33:03
about flags?
1:33:05
John C Dvorak: I mean, this is from Flag Day is coming. I think
1:33:08
it's next week. So there was maybe it's this one. I think
1:33:12
it's next week.
1:33:13
Adam Curry: So the there was in in Connecticut Wes
1:33:16
Weathersfield, Connecticut, a trooper who sadly died in the
1:33:20
line of duty and they wanted to fly the Blue Line flag at half
1:33:26
mast. You know, the blue line flag is an American flag and has
1:33:29
an American flag with the blue line blue line in the middle.
1:33:31
Yes. And so here is here's part of the meeting. It was a pride
1:33:34
ceremony today at Weathersfield townhall Governor Lamont in
1:33:37
attendance. The flagpole at the center of the controversy. At
1:33:41
last night's council meeting counselor rich Bailey requested
1:33:43
the town fly the American blue line flag in honor of TFC Aaron
1:33:47
Pelletier, who was killed in the line of duty town council voted
1:33:50
it down. What does the blue line flag mean to you represent
1:33:54
Unknown: racism and antagonism to many, many people. And even
1:33:57
if you don't personally believe that and you find it your own
1:33:59
house, and you think it means something to you that's much
1:34:02
more positive. It's just not how many people feel about it. It's
1:34:05
not appropriate to race over our town hall, especially when our
1:34:08
flag policy prohibits us from doing anything associated with
1:34:11
hate. So
1:34:13
Adam Curry: in Connecticut, the blue line flag is associated
1:34:16
with racism and hate. And instead, how's that happen?
1:34:21
Well, maybe because this is the attitude. Here's part of the
1:34:25
meeting respect
1:34:26
Unknown: for our law enforcement community and I realized the
1:34:29
dangerous job that they do every day. Out of respect for the
1:34:33
tragic death of state trooper first class Aaron Pelletier. We
1:34:37
won't be raising the pride flag today. It's already up on the
1:34:41
pole at half staff
1:34:44
in honor of his passing,
1:34:46
Adam Curry: so Is he gay that No. So they raised the pride
1:34:51
flag at half staff. You are nuts. You people are crazy.
1:34:57
That's that's really it. rageous they won't fly the Blue Line
1:35:03
flag for for Trooper who died in the line of duty. Oh, here's a
1:35:07
gay flag for you. It's I'm literally speechless.
1:35:14
Connecticut is broken beyond repair. Or at least this town in
1:35:18
Connecticut. How crazy is that?
1:35:21
John C Dvorak: That's unbelievable. Is a shameful it's
1:35:24
shameful I don't like to use the word.
1:35:26
Adam Curry: Yeah, but you have to because it is
1:35:29
John C Dvorak: we can be proud of themselves. Is it a gay town?
1:35:34
It's all is it all gay? Is that idea? I
1:35:37
Adam Curry: don't know. I don't know why but the blue line flag
1:35:40
is hateful. And they have policy no hate on the poll
1:35:46
John C Dvorak: can grow since you're playing this sort of
1:35:48
stupid clip. Stupid. I have a stupid clip in
1:35:52
Adam Curry: the back new up informative was informative. All
1:35:54
right, but you got this
1:35:57
John C Dvorak: is the Tick Tock clip. And this is some a gay guy
1:36:01
who is interviewing the pro Palestinian people. And he is
1:36:06
he's a he's gay. But he's like flamboyant gay. He's wearing a
1:36:10
big blonde wig and he's in a kind of a dress. I don't really
1:36:13
know what he's wearing. But
1:36:14
Adam Curry: he's a drag queen.
1:36:16
John C Dvorak: I don't know if he's a drag queen or is just a
1:36:18
flamboyant gay as flamer as they used to call it.
1:36:21
Adam Curry: Oh yeah, don't call them flamers no mo no, I
1:36:24
John C Dvorak: can't use that. But anyway, here he is
1:36:26
interviewing a an idiot.
1:36:30
Unknown: Tock tock tick tock.
1:36:35
And so I did a study abroad in the Middle East with Israel and
1:36:38
Palestine.
1:36:39
Would you say you're pro Palestine or pro Israel? Pro
1:36:42
Palestine as a gay man I would be punished and or put in prison
1:36:46
or killed? If I were openly gay in Palestine? How do you react
1:36:49
to that?
1:36:52
I didn't know that. Really?
1:36:55
So it is illegal to be gay. in Palestine you are punished by
1:36:59
prison or death? Israel? No, Israel has gay pride. Israel is
1:37:03
completely open to with lesbian and gay people. Palestine puts
1:37:07
them in prison or kills them. You were you weren't aware of
1:37:09
that?
1:37:10
I was not aware of that. No. So that does pose an interesting
1:37:15
aspects.
1:37:16
Have you seen the queers for Palestine movement? It's a very
1:37:19
it's a very common movement, but I don't see any Muslims for
1:37:23
queer movements. Yes, that's where it gets gray. Right. Like,
1:37:29
that's where I feel for me. It's not gray. I am fearful of Islam.
1:37:33
Because there is no Islamic country on Earth that embraces
1:37:37
me as a gay man.
1:37:38
So okay, okay, so maybe I'm confused because Israel, which
1:37:43
isn't still in Islam country, right. No, no. Okay. Okay. Okay.
1:37:48
Okay, so
1:37:49
Israel, Jewish Palestinians are Islamic. flamer
1:37:53
Adam Curry: you go boy, flame on. Excellent.
1:37:58
John C Dvorak: Well, what's funny about that clip, overall,
1:38:00
is the fact that she prefaced the entire clip by saying she
1:38:04
spent a year in Palestine in a year in Israel, and she doesn't
1:38:09
know that Israel's Jewish what is foolish shit that's what
1:38:14
Adam Curry: John you're cussing.
1:38:17
John C Dvorak: I had to throw that it went so well. Marjorie
1:38:19
Taylor Greene can cause she's
1:38:22
Adam Curry: a congresswoman. She's a congresswoman. Thank you
1:38:25
very much to certain net Ned another Dutch master of art for
1:38:30
for his change of the season as he titled it. There were some
1:38:34
other fine pieces that we looked at me we evaluate everything
1:38:39
there were some some odd gotten milk clips that didn't really
1:38:46
work for us American flag upside down which went like mad didn't
1:38:50
really like that. Distraction land home of flag gate. I think
1:38:54
I might have. I might have said that was worth looking at from
1:38:59
Sir Schug No, the one you like was death eggs. Yes. I did like
1:39:02
the Death eggs. Two fried eggs and it but it violated your your
1:39:07
gruesomeness rule.
1:39:10
John C Dvorak: Yes. It's gruesome. And it's not nothing
1:39:13
you want to associate with the show? Yeah, yeah, there were
1:39:16
issues I have.
1:39:18
Adam Curry: And I folded. There were a couple of ankle monitor,
1:39:23
which would be funnier if there was an ankle monitor actually in
1:39:25
play. The SU Scaramanga, who by the way now has scare monger is
1:39:32
he's he's gone off the rails. Scare monger gone
1:39:35
John C Dvorak: off the rails gone. He's gone off the rails,
1:39:39
but he's been off the rails for a year.
1:39:42
Adam Curry: All he does now is make cheesecake art and he has a
1:39:45
Patreon. Then a paid Patreon for his cheesecake art. Then yeah,
1:39:52
and they have meetings in the morning like oh, do you have the
1:39:55
neck Do you have Newt? I need new cheesecake.
1:39:58
John C Dvorak: This this little He took it to heart.
1:40:01
Adam Curry: I wonder if his wife is aware of this. You gotta
1:40:04
wonder well at least he's making money on it. Because that was
1:40:08
that was her making money. Oh yeah he you have to pay for the
1:40:11
Patreon Yeah. Is a $1 a $1 level beginner you can get in at $1 a
1:40:17
month I think. You get the daily cheesecake, the daily cheesecake
1:40:22
from Scaramanga. So he's just throwing remnants at us now.
1:40:27
Yeah, here's some cheesecake stupid guys don't get any money
1:40:30
for that. So I
1:40:32
John C Dvorak: used Parker Polly's convicted felon 2024
1:40:36
sign for the newsletter.
1:40:38
Adam Curry: Yes, you did. You did? You did.
1:40:41
John C Dvorak: I thought that was a nice piece.
1:40:42
Adam Curry: I don't think that was that wasn't there when we
1:40:44
get cropped up laughter the fact I think so too. Sometimes it
1:40:47
comes in late and we don't see him that came in late, it would
1:40:50
have
1:40:50
John C Dvorak: been a contender, but it probably still would have
1:40:52
lost to the to the one that one anyway, thank
1:40:56
Adam Curry: you. So net net Thank you to all the artists we
1:40:58
we appreciate what you do. Even if you're not chosen, it's
1:41:02
valuable. And I often choose something that may not be good
1:41:06
not may not be chosen for the album art itself for for the pre
1:41:10
show art. And there's all kinds of good stuff. It's value for
1:41:14
value people. We also like to thank in this particular portion
1:41:19
of the show where we play cheesy clips. We'd like to thank our
1:41:23
executive and Associate Executive producers, we love all
1:41:26
of the producers. In fact, I'm going to prove this right now.
1:41:31
View added a note to the donations our back office
1:41:37
alerted me. Added requested by John, I'm going to read this
1:41:41
this is not an executive or Associate Executive Producer.
1:41:44
But we appreciate all producers no matter what you what value
1:41:48
you send back as long as it's valuable to you. That's what
1:41:51
matters to us. And this is from Jackie Connolly from Green Bay,
1:41:54
Wisconsin ITM just sending a note to let you know that I've
1:41:57
set up the no agenda show on auto pay to celebrate my
1:42:00
retirement this week. I'm a widowed mom of 10 Wonderful
1:42:04
adult children all formerly homeschooled. This is T this is
1:42:08
a woman right here.
1:42:10
John C Dvorak: This is Proverbs 31 be tired.
1:42:13
Adam Curry: I'm grateful for the fact that for the most part, I
1:42:16
could continue teaching my kids at home after my husband's
1:42:18
passing, but eventually found myself in a situation where I
1:42:21
needed to go back to school and get a job. Since then, I've been
1:42:24
teaching my own kids, I got a job as a public school teacher.
1:42:27
I'm sure you know that it is a cesspool out there. And they are
1:42:30
indeed going after the children. If things were bad when I
1:42:34
started teaching professionally eight years ago, they are
1:42:36
exceptionally worse now in such a short time. At any rate, I
1:42:40
cannot think of a better way to celebrate my retirement that to
1:42:43
give a little value back to you and Adam, for the value you've
1:42:46
shared with me since I discovered you a few months ago.
1:42:48
Please continue to encourage others into sanity. It is
1:42:52
imperative that parents know that their children are not safe
1:42:55
in today's public school system. You can expect a recurring $20 A
1:42:59
month donation starting this month. No need to read this
1:43:02
letter on the air. Just want to thank you and share with you my
1:43:05
happy news. Well congratulations on your retirement Jackie. And
1:43:08
thank you we that is that is highly appreciated.
1:43:11
John C Dvorak: That's what's appreciated is her point that
1:43:14
she's in the system. And she's come out and said this dangerous
1:43:18
situation. Keep your kids out of the schools or at least know
1:43:21
what the hell's going on. Yeah, that's why by the way, this
1:43:24
should all be corrected. I wrote about this over a couple years
1:43:27
ago. put cameras in schools. This is so parents can see what
1:43:32
the hell's going on. I'm
1:43:33
Adam Curry: kind of with you. Well, this is what happened
1:43:35
during COVID is when when the when the kids were forced into
1:43:39
screens parents started saying what's that? What kind of
1:43:44
cameras
1:43:44
John C Dvorak: are gone with the cameras back? We
1:43:47
Adam Curry: kick off with our executive producers $300 and
1:43:50
above we read your note Associate Executive Producer
1:43:52
$200 to $300 and we read your note we start with the monthly
1:43:57
usually it's about monthly donation from the infamous or
1:44:01
animus of Dogpatch and lower Slavia it's always a riddle why
1:44:06
he sends these amounts it always includes $2 bills today he sends
1:44:10
2238 Now what did he have for $2 bills in there?
1:44:17
John C Dvorak: Yes he
1:44:17
Adam Curry: did always sends cash always sends a printed note
1:44:21
from my printer dollar
1:44:22
John C Dvorak: bills usually I don't remember him not sending a
1:44:25
$2 bill at least one he said and I thought when I was I was
1:44:28
counting this. So this is going to be tu tu tu tu tu tu is going
1:44:32
to be a row of ducks a big one and no no no What is this?
1:44:38
Adam Curry: We love sir autonomous for obvious reasons.
1:44:40
He's a big supporter of the show always sends us value varying
1:44:44
numbers. It doesn't matter. It matters to him. It could be code
1:44:48
we could have triggered some kind of attack somewhere I don't
1:44:50
care. A bridge he ran laps for bridge collapses you know, you
1:44:56
know what's up. Thank you to all old and new producers for making
1:44:59
this stuff. valuable resource and especially for the
1:45:02
outstanding being it.io website as a source for all things, no
1:45:06
agenda. Thank you, sir D nonnamous. I appreciate all the
1:45:09
hard work and efforts to deconstruct the message from the
1:45:12
M. Five M politicians and other leaders and observation about
1:45:15
our education system that he's on. The same tip is our producer
1:45:19
are our mom from May 2 1976, New York Times article, and I will
1:45:26
quote, college freshmen know as much American history overall,
1:45:30
as did their counterparts 33 years ago, although the content
1:45:35
of what they know has shifted somewhat notice from 1976. The
1:45:39
ability to identify Lincoln as a civil war president has
1:45:43
increased with 82% of the current freshmen correct on the
1:45:47
item compared with 75% in 1943. On the other hand, 70% of
1:45:53
students in 1943 new Wilson was president during World War One
1:45:58
compared with 49%. Now, Mr. onibus continues, I suspect
1:46:04
current high school knowledge of past and modern day wartime
1:46:07
presidents could be equally interesting. Well, what they
1:46:11
know a lot about them, they were all racists and slaveholders. So
1:46:15
the kids know a lot.
1:46:17
John C Dvorak: I doubt that one kid in 100 today knows that
1:46:20
Woodrow Wilson was the president, the World War one
1:46:24
president.
1:46:26
Adam Curry: I'm with you. Probably not.
1:46:31
John C Dvorak: Enough fact when they do the man on the street
1:46:33
stuff they can't even when they asked who founded the country,
1:46:36
half the people say Franklin Roosevelt if you
1:46:38
Adam Curry: haven't asked who who said Give me liberty or give
1:46:41
me death.
1:46:43
John C Dvorak: Do About It? Who said that? John? Patrick?
1:46:46
Patrick and Patrick Henry. Correct.
1:46:48
Adam Curry: Correct pattern. I think most people wouldn't even
1:46:50
know that.
1:46:52
John C Dvorak: If you don't know that. I don't think it's as
1:46:54
important as not knowing who the presidents were. Or what we were
1:46:58
doing. He
1:46:59
Adam Curry: was a founding father. I mean, he's no slouch.
1:47:02
No,
1:47:02
John C Dvorak: he wasn't but there's a lot of people on that
1:47:05
list this warrants never heard of.
1:47:08
Adam Curry: Patrick Can you also wrote the battle sir is not to
1:47:11
the strong alone. It is to the Vigilant the active and the
1:47:15
brave. Where have they gone? Thank you, sir. animus we
1:47:20
appreciate your notes and your services
1:47:23
John C Dvorak: always. Patrick Andrey racist. Yeah, I'm
1:47:26
Adam Curry: sure he was a racist.
1:47:30
John C Dvorak: And we must judge everything by today's standard.
1:47:34
Jimmy Fulton, and if he does that, he's in Stokes Dale, North
1:47:38
Carolina. He came in with 66669 There's a lot of sixes there.
1:47:45
ITM Jen has become an executive producer has been such a great
1:47:47
and satisfying feeling. I'm doing it again.
1:47:50
Adam Curry: Yay. There you go. And this this
1:47:53
John C Dvorak: donation brings me to knighthood. I can't wait
1:47:56
to see how this makes me feel now does this no jingles? No
1:47:59
karma. Just keep up the great work. I'd like to be knighted as
1:48:02
Sir bag of balls now. Jimmy Fulton key
1:48:07
Adam Curry: he's I think one of the few Okay, well no, that's
1:48:09
not true. This is though that was a satanic 666 donation. And
1:48:15
Peter for hoof from cutback. The Netherlands comes in with 666
1:48:19
Straight up. Man he says he took advantage of the opportunity of
1:48:24
Satan says Hey John, Hey Adam. Here the don't here's a donation
1:48:28
to finalize my quest for knighthoods slightly over target
1:48:30
but I wanted to compensate for inflation. Thank you, most
1:48:33
people don't covering my first four years of listening couldn't
1:48:36
muster the instant right at the time. Besides, this makes a nice
1:48:40
match to the show number which reminds everyone either of a
1:48:42
vintage Iron Maiden t shirt or the symbolic reference, that
1:48:46
striving perfect for perfection and humanity is the spirit of
1:48:50
the ante, which means instead of Christ what could be more
1:48:54
appropriate in these days of climate religion, dei utopians,
1:48:58
and AI singularity evangelicals? Amen. Please Knight me sir PJ of
1:49:03
Dirden. And I would love some sweet Sal MEAC powder, and Sam
1:49:07
Buka at the table, and some jobs karma would be fantastic as
1:49:11
dessert. Well, since you asked that I've added those things to
1:49:14
the roundtable. And here's your desert
1:49:16
Unknown: jobs, jobs, jobs and jobs.
1:49:19
Let's vote for jobs. Karma
1:49:25
John C Dvorak: look at this gate view. Publishing publishing.com
1:49:29
sent us $524 For the no agenda book sales. That's royalty. Wow,
1:49:35
Adam Curry: we gotta we gotta have royalty. First ever. Nice.
1:49:40
John C Dvorak: Thank you. 524 bucks for May 2024. This is the
1:49:45
book that didn't win the award but good for you publishing it
1:49:48
has the book on this website. You can get it. Yes, no
1:49:51
Adam Curry: agenda, ABC, ABC something that yeah, no agenda
1:49:55
abc.com And you can get the hardcover book And the coloring
1:50:01
book,
1:50:03
John C Dvorak: which is nice. Yeah, it's a combo. Then
1:50:06
Adam Curry: we have $480 from anonymous. And I have a note
1:50:10
here. Thank you John for providing so much fun and
1:50:14
information. I discovered your show on Reddit last June. Well,
1:50:20
that shows those a holes, the red, the red people,
1:50:24
John C Dvorak: the red haters. Thanks for bid the word get out
1:50:27
to the Reddit guys. Yeah, it'd be ruined. Brandon mango and
1:50:32
Midland Pennsylvania 350 93 And he just says simply put, I love
1:50:38
the show. Well, we
1:50:39
Adam Curry: love that. We love you. Thank you sir Chad GPT he
1:50:47
says I request a nice clean big helping of jobs karma please
1:50:52
Unknown: jobs, jobs, jobs and jobs for jobs
1:50:59
Adam Curry: are mine that says $350.93 and
1:51:05
John C Dvorak: a nun another $350.93 which is obviously an
1:51:10
upgrade of some of my old 333 I'm guessing
1:51:14
Adam Curry: ah okay with with the fees paid Thank you
1:51:18
appreciate it
1:51:18
John C Dvorak: fees. There's why checks are better. The fee is 15
1:51:21
cents Max. Sir Black Knight. Sir AJ nonnamous Agent anonymous. In
1:51:29
South South Australia. Mawson lakes to be exact 350 93 Sir
1:51:37
Blacknight Ajay nonnamous Night of Oh, here. No jingles? No
1:51:41
karma should bring me to Baron net. But I will wait until
1:51:45
Baron.
1:51:46
Adam Curry: Nice. No Ivatan mocker Watton maker lotta mocker
1:51:52
Three Rivers California 350 93 plus 33333. Know what? mocker
1:51:58
Sequoia Baron of the Sierra batholith. And that's all he
1:52:02
says. That's good. That's good enough for me.
1:52:07
John C Dvorak: Thank you. Now we have the Anonymous composer
1:52:11
Adam Curry: who composed quite the note. Yes,
1:52:15
John C Dvorak: it's a long note, but I'll read it 33333 He needs
1:52:19
a deed douching you've been de deuced this no abnormal cut down
1:52:26
but actually interesting. So as an interesting note, it must be
1:52:30
read. I have an award winning composer of electro electro
1:52:34
acoustic music as well as more traditional symphonic and
1:52:38
chamber music. Hansi needs to be anonymous by being associated
1:52:43
with the no agenda show
1:52:45
Adam Curry: because that way, that's why I would get you
1:52:47
kicked out of the chamber music community.
1:52:49
John C Dvorak: Well, we hit the anonymous lesbian is in that
1:52:51
same category.
1:52:52
Adam Curry: Yes. True.
1:52:53
John C Dvorak: Whatever happened to her? Every time I say
1:52:56
something like
1:52:59
Adam Curry: I'm still anonymous. I'm still a lesbian. I'm
1:53:01
John C Dvorak: stuck in New York. He says looking forward to
1:53:05
a new album release shortly. I'm currently on faculty at a highly
1:53:09
spooky University. Now that break that just that sentence
1:53:15
alone made me want to hide the highly spooky as Johns Hopkins.
1:53:19
Adam Curry: You went looking didn't you? Know,
1:53:21
John C Dvorak: I didn't I didn't I could have but I didn't I
1:53:24
could have actually seen going into the file. I'm just guessing
1:53:28
that what are spooky universities to you? You have a
1:53:32
couple that you always like to cite. I have Johns Hopkins,
1:53:36
University of California. Berkeley
1:53:39
Adam Curry: be what's the I think Brown has spookiness to
1:53:42
it. Brown could be Sidwell Friends is high school. Yay. Oh,
1:53:47
for sure. Yale spooky. Yeah. Yeah. They're in the chamber
1:53:51
music to George Washington.
1:53:53
John C Dvorak: Yeah. Washington a couple of in DC something.
1:53:56
There's other ones in Virginia. University of Virginia might be
1:53:59
spooky Georgetown, for sure. Georgetown. Absolutely, yeah.
1:54:04
Okay, well, I'll continue. Well, I'm currently on faculty. It is
1:54:07
slightly
1:54:08
Adam Curry: boring. I want a copy of the album when it comes
1:54:10
out.
1:54:11
John C Dvorak: I do too. Yeah. Just send it in, scratch out
1:54:15
your name. That'll work. I would like to reach your fellow
1:54:19
producers that level headed people. Those who aren't hell
1:54:23
bent on promoting the trans Maoist agenda and just want to
1:54:27
teach aspiring students on on honing their craft do exist.
1:54:32
Yes. Even in performing arts departments. Yes, we have a
1:54:36
number of performing artists who are paid careful attention to
1:54:41
the show and like it. It can be tough at times when I'm none
1:54:44
nonetheless, nevertheless, happy with where I am never felt
1:54:48
pressured by the administration to teach through an ideological
1:54:52
filter that I don't agree with.
1:54:53
Adam Curry: Well, you're in the music department.
1:54:55
John C Dvorak: Yeah. The music department. I don't care. I am
1:54:59
happy to To finally be giving back to the very show that has
1:55:01
kept the growth of my amygdala in check all these years, you to
1:55:05
provide an important public service. And I echo the hopes of
1:55:10
others that an exit strategy will take a long time. I look
1:55:14
forward to continuing to support the show and finally attending
1:55:17
meetups during my frequent travels. Oh, that's nice extra
1:55:21
jingles I like a shot of relationship calm as well as the
1:55:23
Dorias get mo nation anthem if possible. We play at the
1:55:28
beginning of Europe. Yeah. Surely Anonymous composer long
1:55:32
Adam Curry: but instead How about how about a good karma?
1:55:35
That's always welcome. You've got Sorry, I was a yak karma.
1:55:42
The Yak eat the goat. All right. Thank you Anonymous composer.
1:55:47
Lovely. I'll take these next to Johnson. That was a long one.
1:55:50
Don't wait to get tired. Roy Newberry in Oakland, California.
1:55:54
333 dot 33 says very short and sweet. Please deduce no note No.
1:56:01
Deed deuced that was easy. Then we have dragon slayer aka shovin
1:56:06
Alamin 333 dot 33 from St. George, where St. George Parts
1:56:12
Unknown. Thank you for reading my longer than anticipated note
1:56:15
on show 1665 For David Tracy of the Roman Rite. I tried to be
1:56:19
brief and obviously failed. So I'm going to do it again. Dragon
1:56:22
Slayer and St. George has been my alias so my wife wouldn't
1:56:25
figure out that I have been a no agenda producer and spoil the
1:56:28
surprise of her Daming. St George is the fifth largest and
1:56:32
newest city in Louisiana achieving or eager Louisiana
1:56:35
achieving incorporation after years of legal battles Haters
1:56:39
gonna hate kiss my ass Baton Rouge fight and wordless be
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nearby with this V four v exchange I request knighting as
1:56:47
Sir Kane break, please do you do? You've been de deuced and I
1:56:53
look forward to mutton and meat at the roundtable or maybe liver
1:56:56
with some fava beans and a nice Kiante that's what I ordered. In
1:57:00
addition to the mutton in me thank you very much. Soon to be
1:57:03
a night thank you.
1:57:06
John C Dvorak: I like the fact that Baton Rouge I guess this
1:57:08
must have been a suburb or some little unincorporated area that
1:57:12
the Baton Rouge was taken advantage of I
1:57:14
Adam Curry: guess so.
1:57:15
John C Dvorak: And they finally incorporated and so now they're
1:57:17
their own municipality
1:57:20
Adam Curry: yes so
1:57:21
John C Dvorak: plane crashes up he came in with 333 33 He wants
1:57:25
to go jingles the following Biden whole load clippity clop
1:57:28
little girl scary Bode Gaiden based on your notification of
1:57:34
the lack of donations I'm sending you 333 threes he does
1:57:37
mostly his ladies are carry over for last show and he had the
1:57:42
effect I would say all of them are I've been listening for at
1:57:45
least 12 years but have lapsed in my 33 dot 33 donation never
1:57:51
again here's a mate good in the above amount aside from your
1:57:55
continued witty commentary you make me question the jab and
1:57:59
ultimately not get it Uh huh we never advised anybody on
1:58:04
anything medical no money well spent sir plane crash
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Adam Curry: we have not advised anybody anything we just do all
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John C Dvorak: we do is play clips.
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Unknown: That's pretty much it I'm gonna give you the whole
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load of
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messages clear clip video
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Adam Curry: Good to hear the clip any club jingle again thank
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you been in quite a while Kenneth Smith is in Utica
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beautiful New York 333 No notes so you get a double up karma.
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Unknown: You've got karma
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John C Dvorak: now Dr. Dawn comes in from Parts Unknown 333
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And he has a short note to match your last one. Dame Audra and I
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love no agenda and no agenda is great. Fantastic. Best note of
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the day, sir
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Adam Curry: Nacho Alcatraz from CDM X DF Mexico. Mexico. Mexico
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John C Dvorak: would be Mexico City.
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Adam Curry: Oh there you go. ITM Jess, no jingles nor karma
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greetings from Mexico where it's election day? Yes. Yeah, you got
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a Woman
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John C Dvorak: Yeah, yep. Shine bomb.
1:59:23
Adam Curry: Let the clown show begin. Sir Nacho Alcatra Yeah,
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they was like 36 people were killed during this election but
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not her it
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John C Dvorak: makes you think well she is on this she is the
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Obrador. Yeah protege she's the crime and the rest of his she's
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gonna be on her shoulders. She's
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Adam Curry: chosen one. Yes. Chosen,
1:59:48
John C Dvorak: which unfortunate happens seems to be happening in
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the Western Hemisphere in general. finally caught up to
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us. Brendan wood in Cullowhee colo We North Carolina to tour
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of ducks. ITM gents tu tu tu tu tu tu ITM Janice. I recently
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made my first donation I felt so great by
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Adam Curry: giving his loving
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John C Dvorak: donation equals love as Can I get a JC D Mike
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bump? And a little girl. Yeah, I can do the mic. Now I know how
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to do the mic because I've actually bumped the mic, which
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is this. It doesn't really do pag property Hill mic, which has
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not been in the mic at all. I'm gonna do it. They're gonna get
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the right to the mic camera out. Hang on. Ready? Yep.
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Adam Curry: Good one. The cute there was good bump. It's a good
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bump. Okay, that was Brendan's Sherry Zucker Scarsdale. New
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York, New York coming in upstate to 1060. I love you guys. Don't
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give up on us yet. Don't give up on us, baby. I'm getting really,
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it's getting really hard to keep it going. Okay. Too much
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information. Maybe. For me it was was I don't know what that
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means. It's getting really hard to keep it going. For me. It's
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more of a mental game. I mean, just to keep going life I guess.
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Please try to prevent us from losing our way New York maybe?
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Yeah, well, it's upstate Scarsdale.
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John C Dvorak: Yes.
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Adam Curry: You know, the Dutch Queen and King Arthur. And
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upstate. They're in Albany. And somebody emailed me and said, Is
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there anything I should know? And I said, yes, there lizard
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stay away. And he's like, Oh, thanks. So I don't know if
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they're coming to Scarsdale, but they're in Albany. This is my
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third donation, but I've never shared my thoughts. We need You
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more. Now. While we're here to Sherry, thanks to your support,
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we are here.
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John C Dvorak: Well, okay, John de Santi and Bella Ford and New
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Jersey and other Jersey iced are here new 10 Six the exact same
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amount. Why can't punch you in the mouth due to my finances, I
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can lightly slap you guys. For now I need a deed douching
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you've been de deuced keep it up. And let's go Christians.
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Let's go with the donations. Christian I
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Adam Curry: can I you know, we've never really analyzed
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this, but I have a feeling that when you saw like, on the last
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show, we had a lot of people in Texas. And now we have a lot of
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East Coasters, you can probably almost see where the misery is
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striking when people donate from certain states. You know what I
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mean? But we should throw that into chat. GPT see if we can get
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an analysis. Well,
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John C Dvorak: you won't get a good one. No, but we'll get
2:02:46
something. We'll get something. Eli the coffee guy. Oh, wait,
2:02:50
wait before you go since you brought that in, is a little
2:02:52
aside. So I've gotten to discrepant notes one note from a
2:02:57
guy saying that the AI especially when I played the
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sounds from the AAA makes, especially when the
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hallucinations from the Yeah, from one of these 1111
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Adam Curry: or whatever that thing was, and he
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John C Dvorak: said yeah, 11 Labs. He says, don't play these.
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These are the these are demons coming through the system. Yeah.
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And that's where the demon entry into the world into our portal
2:03:20
will be through AI which contrasts with a minister. I
2:03:25
don't have the note in front of me. I should dig it up. A
2:03:28
preacher who, who came in with this just the opposite. He says
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AI will be God speaking to us.
2:03:35
Adam Curry: Yeah. Well, that's Elon Musk. Who says that?
2:03:39
John C Dvorak: So no, I'm thinking there's this to like I
2:03:42
would I'm thinking more than demons because sound, the
2:03:46
hallucinations that I got from 11 Labs. Were Demond. Like they
2:03:52
weren't anything that was
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Adam Curry: they were demon like now we are literally trying to
2:03:58
build humans in our own image with AI that I'm with the I'm
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with the demon guy. I'm on board with him. Yeah, now Eli the
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coffee guide Bensenville Illinois 206 dot o six, slightly
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$200 with a feast. Thank you. And he says with the farmers
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market season in full swing. I've had a chance to meet a few
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fellow producers who apparently hang out at the farmers markets.
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Course it brings a smile to my face when someone walks up to
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our booth and greets me with a hearty in the morning. It's
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always a pleasure to meet like minded individuals after all
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connection is protection. I hope to run into more of you in the
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Chicagoland area this summer. Thank you to the no agenda show
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for helping bring people together. And for producers who
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want fresh air roasted coffee delivered to their door visit
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order. And I have to say he sent me another care package filled
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with I mean, I'm I'm really the codec. In the can guy, and he
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also sent me him and his wife, his beautiful wife, Jen, they
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sent me a a bottle of spot remover, since I'm having issues
2:05:11
with shaking the can and then opening it and spraying it all
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over myself. Yeah. And he does say that the the Live Wire which
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I'm drinking right now, it makes a great Espresso Martini. So now
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at Espresso Martini does that mean you just throw it into
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vodka? Or gin? Which
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John C Dvorak: one is bass? I don't think it'd be gin. Id it
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has to be vodka.
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Adam Curry: I'm gonna try it. Yeah, now Now do you? Do you
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still be Brian in there? Or is it just the coffee stuff?
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John C Dvorak: Why don't you look it up. Stay caffeinated. He
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says coffee coffee now I want to say this as you said that i He
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also sent me a care package. But he sends me coffee beans.
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Adam Curry: While he's smart. He knows that we're different guys.
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Well, I
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John C Dvorak: grind you know I have a grinder and I got I mean
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I got a Breville it's got a grinder built in and does makes
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a great cup of coffee. But yes, thank you very much for the care
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packages. So so you get the extra we get to chat a little
2:06:14
bit about it and you get to talk and he's a smart guy as an
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assemblage market and his wife designs the packaging which is
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dynamite stuff by far as I'm concerned as
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Adam Curry: an aside I got a note separate from from a
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donation from I didn't never really realize this we make
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jokes about code bond Gino now this is like our DSL I know this
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note code bond genome turns out that code bond Gino works almost
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anywhere that people get 10% off all kinds of just putting code
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bond Gino and it works. It's there's
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John C Dvorak: a tip is a tip there's this should have been
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the end of the show. I'll do
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Adam Curry: carbon drive. zyk from Brentwood, California who
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swanky Brentwood $200 He says gents, thank you for all you do.
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And we say here welcome.
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John C Dvorak: That leaves leaves us with Linden LAPACK and
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right at the bottom of the list at 200 bucks and she's cut and
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paste or no it looks like jobs karma for a resume that needs
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gets results go to Image makers inc.com For all your executive
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resume and job search needs that's image makers eat with a K
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or find Linda Lou Patrick and Duchess of jobs and writer of
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resumes on the producers list. I see she didn't do that. Though.
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Adam Curry: She Linda Lou pack and Duchess of jobs and writer
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somebody called her out time thing so
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Unknown: jobs, jobs, jobs and jobs for jobs.
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Adam Curry: So these are the executive and Associate
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Executive producers of episode number 1666. We really
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appreciate you just like Hollywood, we'd like to give you
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a little bit of sunshine, give your credit in the show, not
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just at the end. But as we said earlier, we love everyone who
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produces this show with time talent or treasurer, those who
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come in under 50. For reasons of anonymity, we never read
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anything under there. We thank you we love you people doing
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sustaining donations or as you call them a subscription in the
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newsletter. Those help a lot they really do. Anybody can do
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that for any amount any frequency it's up to you. And
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again thank you to these producers for being execs and
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associate execs of episode 1666.
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Unknown: Our formula is this we go out. We get people in the
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mouth
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Adam Curry: no agenda donations are trouble.
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John C Dvorak: You lot of nasty notes from people. Not a pagan
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thing. I'm a New nouveau pagan. Yeah, that was we don't keep
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going on and on about it. So you know what? Who cares? I'm not
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dealing No.
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Adam Curry: And yes, I think I think you made a wise executive
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decision. I'm okay with that. So did you bring anything today?
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Besides tick tock? No. Nothing.
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John C Dvorak: I do have another tick tock clip we should listen
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to
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Adam Curry: oh, let me do this. Let me do the jingle that I mean
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don't do another tick tock jingle. Where's tock
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Unknown: tock, tick tock.
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John C Dvorak: All right, I'm gonna play this clip because
2:09:19
it's about something that involves black folk. And you're
2:09:23
like you have a friend I understand.
2:09:26
Adam Curry: My one of my friend, one of my best friends is black.
2:09:29
One of your
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John C Dvorak: best friend's is black. So you'll be able to
2:09:33
answer this question. Okay, here we go.
2:09:35
Unknown: I'm non binary and this is why I use this abbreviation
2:09:38
and not this one e and b y or Nb is actually a phonetic
2:09:43
pronunciation of A and B for non binary so then why don't I just
2:09:48
use NB because NB originated from the black community to me
2:09:52
non black. It predates the term non binary so I'm why because
2:09:57
the black community has asked us not to use it. So I'm going to
2:09:59
listen Men respect that. It's that simple. Well,
2:10:03
Adam Curry: I'm happy to hear that the black community had a
2:10:06
meeting and called her they do that
2:10:10
John C Dvorak: and call her called her not to use in and be
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Adam Curry: stopped doing it. Stop doing it and be so I
2:10:19
John C Dvorak: want to know what what's the deal
2:10:21
Adam Curry: was ridiculous.
2:10:23
John C Dvorak: What I thought was ridiculous. I think they
2:10:26
like NB E and B. Why? Because it's cute
2:10:28
Adam Curry: Mo Mo considers himself here's a shocker.
2:10:31
Shocker. Sit down. piquant. I mean, you may not be aware mo of
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the MO facts show with Adam curry mo considers himself an
2:10:41
American. It's a crazy, crazy concept
2:10:47
John C Dvorak: for black people that consider themselves
2:10:49
American. A rightly so I might ask.
2:10:52
Adam Curry: Yes, yes, they built some of it.
2:10:55
John C Dvorak: So I do have a couple of clips on this this
2:10:57
kind of funny. There's actually there's a couple of funny items
2:11:03
in here, but I'm gonna go with the crazy contraception. Oh,
2:11:08
hmm. So the Democrats decided to because they're looking for a
2:11:13
topic that they can pound the Republicans with? Yeah. But they
2:11:18
decided to come to this idea of creating legislation to get the
2:11:21
Republicans to vote no. And
2:11:24
Adam Curry: anything that he did, let's just make them look
2:11:27
stupid in this season of elections.
2:11:30
John C Dvorak: So this is a bill that said that guarantees the
2:11:34
right to contraception as if there's some hinderance and
2:11:40
there isn't there's zero hindrance. There's nobody saying
2:11:42
we shouldn't have contraception. I mean, yeah, maybe back in the
2:11:46
20s when when Planned Parenthood first cropped up, but no,
2:11:53
there's nothing. There's nothing so why what's the point of this
2:11:57
bill, the bill is to get Republicans to vote no on it.
2:12:00
But here's a here's a kicker coming up plate clip one and to
2:12:04
get the background
2:12:05
Adam Curry: Magga Supreme Court and the Republican led Senate
2:12:09
has created this is not a show vote right. This is Schumer
2:12:13
Schumer's in on this nonsense. This
2:12:16
John C Dvorak: is Schumer's idea. This is a show us who you
2:12:19
are vote.
2:12:22
Unknown: Let me say that again. This is not a show vote. This is
2:12:26
a show us who you are vote. And the Republicans don't want to
2:12:31
show who they really are. Senator
2:12:33
Hirono, the Democrat from Hawaii, who co sponsored the
2:12:35
bill accused Supreme Court justices of being extremists
2:12:39
Justice Alito respects his white wife to her right right what
2:12:45
right to to fly a flag upside down, but he has no problems
2:12:50
telling millions of women in our country, what to do with our
2:12:53
bodies, obsession with power and control over women.
2:12:58
Adam Curry: Whoa. So we brought in Marcy from Hawaii, the
2:13:01
clearly low IQ person.
2:13:04
John C Dvorak: She's the dumbest. Everyone believes she's
2:13:06
the dumbest robber in the Senate.
2:13:08
Adam Curry: He brought her in, let me just hear the end of that
2:13:11
clip. That was that's
2:13:12
Unknown: billions of women in our country, what to do with our
2:13:15
bodies, obsession with power and control over weapons,
2:13:20
Adam Curry: watches f being yourself, lady who's obsessed
2:13:24
here. Wow, Schumer really lowered himself with this one.
2:13:30
Let me get him an idiot. So I mean, I I'm not gonna use the
2:13:35
word but
2:13:38
John C Dvorak: let me share with you. One thing I didn't I heard
2:13:41
of Fox and these other guys are talking about oh, and the right
2:13:44
wing talkers. Oh, you know, these guys are just trying to
2:13:47
set us up for this nonsense. The Republicans could have voted yes
2:13:50
on it. But they always you know, the Democrats are really good at
2:13:54
putting the poison pill in and so so you'd vote no. Then Rand
2:13:59
Paul's always voting no on everything. Just ever. He was
2:14:03
doing everything because there's always some little gotcha in the
2:14:05
bill, of course, that says no, because I'm not voting for the
2:14:10
guy. I'm voting no, because of the gotcha. But nobody ever
2:14:13
talks about that. In this case, it's discussed kind of as an
2:14:16
aside in clip two, which I call the kicker,
2:14:19
Unknown: despite claims by Democrats, not a single
2:14:22
Republican senator has shown support to restrict access to
2:14:25
contraception and on social media, FORMER PRESIDENT DONALD
2:14:28
TRUMP posted and never and will never advocate imposing
2:14:32
restrictions on birth control and other contraceptives and
2:14:35
that the accusations are a democratic fabricated lie,
2:14:38
misinformation and disinformation. According to
2:14:41
Senator Eric Schmidt, the Republican from Missouri, this
2:14:44
Wednesday's vote was part of Democrats electoral strategy.
2:14:47
No,
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that's a lie. I support open access to contraception. That in
2:14:53
fact matters. That's not a risk anywhere. This is an election
2:14:55
year ploy by Chuck Schumer. He knows his party's in trouble he
2:14:58
knows that they're losing voters because If people can't afford
2:15:01
things anymore, and so it's a pretty desperate attempt and
2:15:03
also tucked away and this is also the provision that would
2:15:07
disallow states from regulating sex change operations for
2:15:09
minors. Oh,
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Adam Curry: there it is. Hello. Oh, those are so tricky.
2:15:16
John C Dvorak: Nobody brings that up on any of the other
2:15:18
conversations. I've heard this was on NTD by Oh, yeah, of
2:15:21
course. And so they so in the bill, yeah, you can Hey, you
2:15:24
know, we got to make protect contraception is if it needs it,
2:15:28
and then they slip in this little ditty about now. Now the
2:15:33
states have no cut if they if everyone starts chopping off
2:15:37
Dixon breasts here because Google's in any state you can't
2:15:41
do anything about now's federal. What at? What a, this is
2:15:46
horrible. And the Democrats all voted for it. That's the thing
2:15:49
that they should turn it around on who's the Democrats want your
2:15:53
kids get cut off?
2:15:58
Adam Curry: Well, yeah, that I think we can have that on our
2:16:00
banner in Times Square. Jhansi Dvorak? No. PS Jhansi. Dvorak
2:16:05
speaks on his own behalf.
2:16:09
John C Dvorak: So there's a third part of this just a rapid.
2:16:11
It's important
2:16:12
Unknown: to note that House Democrats have also filed a
2:16:14
discharge petition to bypass Speaker of the House, Mike
2:16:17
Johnson, and force of vote on the House floor to consider the
2:16:20
rights to contraception act.
2:16:23
Adam Curry: So they're trying to make it really happen to
2:16:26
John C Dvorak: get the vote so they can say and look at these
2:16:29
Republicans. They didn't want it protected.
2:16:32
Adam Curry: But can I just say they're not incorrect. The
2:16:35
Democrats with the right to contraception act, they are at
2:16:40
least truthful to their mission because they don't want your
2:16:44
kids to have kids. They just have a weird way of going about
2:16:48
it. Yep. By making your kids infertile.
2:16:54
John C Dvorak: Yeah, well, they're doing a good job of
2:16:55
that.
2:16:56
Adam Curry: There's also another way that just popped up.
2:16:58
Unknown: Researchers are reporting promising results with
2:17:01
a male contraceptive gel it combines two hormones, and is
2:17:05
suppressing surface sperm production faster than other
2:17:08
methods of male birth control. And ongoing clinical trial
2:17:12
involves more than 200 men being treated with the gel 86% reach
2:17:16
the desired sperm suppression level. In just eight weeks study
2:17:20
results will be presented Sunday at the endocrine society's
2:17:24
annual meeting in Boston.
2:17:27
Adam Curry: And it is Sunday and we have a little bit of audio
2:17:30
from The Endocrine Society in Boston, they have the results of
2:17:34
this promising male contraceptive which combines two
2:17:37
hormones which are rubbed between your shoulder blades. I
2:17:41
Unknown: don't like putting chemicals in the water that turn
2:17:43
the friggin frogs gay. That
2:17:45
Adam Curry: is the results. Yeah, man. What is going on?
2:17:53
John C Dvorak: Well, they've always been for population
2:17:56
control. Yeah. So now they're taking it to the next level.
2:18:01
Adam Curry: So may Amazing. Amazing. I think another big
2:18:07
piece of news is the executive order that President Biden put
2:18:12
out there all of a sudden, it's amazing. And about face, it's
2:18:15
all about the border public
2:18:17
Unknown: has left you know choice
2:18:19
flanked by border officials and Democratic governors, President
2:18:22
Biden announced sweeping restrictions to decades old
2:18:26
asylum system, this
2:18:27
ban will remain in place until the number of people trying to
2:18:31
enter illegally.
2:18:33
Adam Curry: This is very interesting. I looked. It's a
2:18:36
very long executive order with a lot of preamble. But for some
2:18:40
reason President Biden says people from China, but it
2:18:45
doesn't say that in the executive order. But he just
2:18:48
said people from China remain
2:18:50
Unknown: in place until the number of people trying to enter
2:18:53
illegally is reduced to a level that our system can effectively
2:18:56
manage. The rate
2:18:57
of illegal crossings has fallen from its peak last winter but
2:19:01
remains historically high. And polls show immigration is a top
2:19:06
issue for voters who consistently give Donald Trump
2:19:10
higher marks on day one way will seal the border. But
2:19:14
progressives in Congress argued that today's move by Biden
2:19:18
undermined American values and abandoned people fleeing
2:19:22
violence and unstable conditions, while Republicans
2:19:26
who have urged Biden to take executive action slammed him
2:19:30
today for doing just that.
2:19:32
Why didn't you do this in 2021? Why didn't you do this in 2022
2:19:36
If he was concerned about
2:19:37
Adam Curry: you would have done this a long time ago. The
2:19:39
Unknown: restrictions are sure to face legal challenges. The
2:19:42
ACLU telling CBS News Today we intend to sue a ban on asylum is
2:19:48
illegal just as it was when Trump unsuccessfully tried it.
2:19:53
Biden insisted his approach is more humane than Trump's I'll
2:19:57
never separate children from their families into We're gonna
2:20:01
ban people from this country because of the religious
2:20:03
beliefs.
2:20:07
John C Dvorak: He wants to drop below religious beliefs China,
2:20:11
Adam Curry: this thing is so long and so full of legalese.
2:20:15
It's almost incomprehensible. But I know for sure that it
2:20:18
doesn't say only people from China. So I don't know why he
2:20:22
threw that in and why CBS highlighted that. But if you
2:20:26
want to know how strong the programming is, for Democrat
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voters, all you need to do is go to C span my favorite morning
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show. Thank you
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John C Dvorak: before you drift away from this topic.
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Adam Curry: It is about this topic, John. Okay. I said, if
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you want to know what people really think about how strong
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the programming is on Democrat voters, then you only need to go
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thank you, Chad Toller to C span and listen to the Sweet Sweet
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Granny, who's calling in from the Democrat line.
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Unknown: Let's talk to Constance in Chesapeake, Virginia
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Democrat. Good morning.
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Good morning, Gary. I'm glad that I get to speak now. Because
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I've just heard several phone calls slanting, our wonderful
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President Biden, he's not a liar. These people have
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obviously been listening to Fox News. And why is on the YouTube
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or whatever on this face computers. The media is ruining
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the minds of people and slanting them from the truth. Joe Biden
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is a wonderful human being and he's doing everything he can to
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save our democracy. And closing the border at this point is a
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very wise choice. I just wish maybe we could have made that a
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few months ago. But these Republicans are repugnant in the
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way they try to prevent the United States from success from
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doing the right thing. They are a tribe, a cult of I don't know
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what they are anymore. They are a combination of everything
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wicked. And yeah, they're trying to seize our government. It was
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a coup and I would love to see some of these people put before
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a firing squad before treason.
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Adam Curry: The granny turns on a dime, put them before the
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firing squad. She says, Well,
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