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Caller Talks About Standing up Against Critical Race Theory in School

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 3 d ago

Caller Talks About Standing up Against Critical Race Theory in School

"I noticed my daughter was starting to learn certain things in middle school about how we stole Texas from Mexico and things of that sort. And I caught on to that. So I started calling the school board and looking at the curriculum and things like that, and I started noticing the word ethnic studies popping up Mhm. And then once I looked into the ethnic studies, I noticed that California had mandated some sort of ethnic studies, which, when you read through, it is pretty much critical Race theory. Uh, so after dealing with the school board, talking with them. They pushed it back until 25 26 to implement it in the score. My problem is my daughter will be out by then. So I eat. My thing is Do I continue to fight? You know? Yes. Yes, a matter of fact. I would encourage individuals who don't have Children in the school system. To join with the parents who do Because there is power in numbers and we outnumber them. We need to save this generation in order to save the country. We need to push back on brainwashing and indoctrination and fight for education. We

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Trump's Spokesperson Liz Harrington on How to Fight Back Next Election

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 6 d ago

Trump's Spokesperson Liz Harrington on How to Fight Back Next Election

"So here's the big question. The rallies are great. He clearly gets lots of energy from it. People are re energized. After the events of last november it's clear from the crimes in arizona and elsewhere. it was just a sham. What is the message from the save america. Pack from you from the the the the trump upper-tier to those americans and there's a lot of them. Because i received the dm's they come in on my social media who just say that ansett boy. I'm not gonna even bother to vote anymore because they stole it last time. I'm not going to let them steal again. And there's just no point. Well we have to be unified and we can't let them steal from us. I mean if we just sit back and do nothing then they able to one they will have gotten away with the most corrupt raked fraud general election in history. And that's why the president is not giving up. that's why we're still fighting for these audit. That's why we see three patriots and arizona in georgia now pennsylvania's moving wisconsin's moving. We cannot give up on it and and the president spoke about this. The problem not only with the complete fraud so many people on our side being silent. And letting this happen. The problem was so many in the state of georgia are feeling exactly like you described instead under is not going to go out and vote the rate system. My vote won't count. And that's why we have to get the truth out there. And more importantly hold people accountable because otherwise it will just be another sham. The next election will just be another rigged system and it won't matter how many legitimate though you get people to come out to the polls bill just stuff. The ballot box like they did for and we can't let that happen but if you give up. And then they've already won and we can't allow that to happen so we have to be energized. We know we have more of us than than we know. We still believe in our country and love our country. And that's what this is all about. It's about saving our country because otherwise we won't have another election because it won't be free and fair just like in twenty

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American Greatness Editor Chris Buskirk: Election Fraud Is Easier Than You Think

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:40 min | 6 d ago

American Greatness Editor Chris Buskirk: Election Fraud Is Easier Than You Think

"Chris a friend of mine former white house colleague former co host of one of our podcasts. We call him a baron. Coined this phrase the freight train of audits across the nation. Is that accurate. Is that wishful thinking. You've been following this you and your team very closely at american greatness. It looks like something is happening. Now i think so. Yeah i mean. I think that the to what big odd is that people need to be paying attention to fulton. County down in In georgia and then. Of course the maricopa county audit here in phoenix. The ones that are are have progressed furthest. If you look at fulton county. I mean just to just to take one example of the joy. Say curious things that they have discovered down there what they what some people refer to as the so-called pristine ballots which are absentee ballots. Were counted in the in the count. After the election. They were sent in in theory. They were sent in As early ballots absentee ballots but in order to send them in. You have to hold them to get them into the envelope. These so called pristine ballots. Were never folded. There's no free. So where did they come from. It's these types of questions that keep coming off. See this i in arizona as well this this is why i have no time for those who want to waste precious energy on computer viruses. Data's femmes in italy and blah blah blah. When you've got thousands of unfolded mail in ballots. I think that's the thing you should with. I right chris absolutely right. I've been saying this is back in november. And you don't have to come up with some some very arcane Theory for you know something like a thriller on a netflix movie or something to see where where there were weaknesses in the in the system and where fraud could have. I mean again. I'm saying go back to the in the last year. You just have to look at the way people usually do. Election fraud right. I mean it's very very rudimentary. I mean you do things like come up with extra ballots and you just make sure that they get counted. You get control of the people who are doing the counting you know. It's these sorts of things that we That we have seen as just good old-fashioned ballot-box stuffing and i'm not trying to make light of it. But i'm just saying you don't need to have server farms all over the country you can just have people in place in ki key counties or and keep precincts and the next thing you know you have put your candidate over the top and i think that some of the things that we have been seeing coming coming out of these Coming out of these. Audits i mean that fulton county audit is really really amazing.

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Durham Report into Trump-Russia Investigation: Has It Uncovered Criminal Activity?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Durham Report into Trump-Russia Investigation: Has It Uncovered Criminal Activity?

"John solomon so much. This guy's first things first you've reported about it devin. Newness intimated kit kit. It be the dharam report is finally going to be released. There are certainly a lot of signs that durham is in the final stages his investigation. I've talked to people that have talked to him or lawyers that are representing people. There's been a lot of activity a lot of writing a lot of questions. A lot of follow up and the real question is. Are we just going to get a report telling us what we know happened or might we get some criminal charges. Devin nunes think there'll be some criminal charges that's consistent with some of the behavior i've seen had going on with grand jury activity and other things but you know there are other also intimations that just going to be a report. We'll have to wait and see no matter what it is. We waited for it a longtime nearly three years. It will be nice to finally get the complete story of what really went wrong in the russia collusion investigation but this this went from being an administrative report to being a criminal one over a year ago so if if it if it was converted. Surely that only happens when you have evidence of some kind of punitive crime. No john there's no doubt they had evidence of a crime. Clearly we saw already right one. Fbi or former fbi pleaded guilty to falsifying evidence. There's clearly other evidence of crimes. The question is in this political environment. Can they get an indictment by a grand jury in a city like washington or new york. Which are the two most likely indictment locations. That's a question we don't know But you know the facts clearly layout other examples of fraud or deception. Intentional deception of pfizer. Court the only question is can they get a grand jury to do it. What i have seen though is very thorough evans. A very thorough investigation. John durham has been working every angle. For for many many

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Inappropriate Relationships, Sexual Harassment at FBI: What's Going On?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 6 d ago

Inappropriate Relationships, Sexual Harassment at FBI: What's Going On?

"Let's start with great. Jt ends reporting on Issues at the hoover building. What's going on at the fbi. john. Well i'll tell you an awful lot of inappropriate relationships are going on. You've got assistant directors having affairs with their subordinate employees. You've got both special agents in charge assistant spatial special agents in charge soliciting sex from subordinate employees groping them forcing them into relationships The i g the justice department. I g michael horowitz. The same guy that did the russia report has laid out basically it looks like a frat house and some of these. Fbi offices putting both men and women in uncomfortable positions in clearly violating workplace and sexual harassment laws. If we can't get the laws enrolls right at the fbi. How can we have them anywhere else in the world and people ask how could they have. M- messed up the nassir. Casey olympic doctor who got away with forty or forty five more assaults are the fbi was investigating him. How could they mess up the russia case. How could they mess up. All these other the orlando terrorists the terrorists. Well it appears they have their eye on something other than law enforcement a little too often and this is a real problem. I've talked to men and women in the fbi that say that this behavior is become far too common and it goes on far too long. And here's the thing there's now been six to twelve about a dozen cases identified just since january not a single one of those perpetrators junior fbi officials not a single one of them has faced any punishment accountability. They've been allowed to retire. They've been referred to opie are but nothing has happened. it's a. It's a very serious situation. The fbi looks a little bit more like animal house. Then the prestigious law enforcement agency that it should be

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Cuban-born American Barbara Arthur Describes Oppression, Devastation In Her Homeland

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 6 d ago

Cuban-born American Barbara Arthur Describes Oppression, Devastation In Her Homeland

"Or right guest on the show always excited when we have a new guests on the show. She's hey why 'cause. I saw her with my colleagues on. Newsmax reached out and immediately. She said he s very impressive. And somebody who has something to say about the events of the last two and a half weeks off. The coast of america barbara arthur. Welcome to america. First be barbara. Where were you born. I was born in cuba and you are now in american absolutely. You are very eloquent on newsmax. When i saw you as an american who was born in cuba. Who got out of cuba. Will you please tell us your reaction of what we witnessed in the last few weeks on the streets of cuba and also the biden administration's response to those events. Yes sir you will. Mongering and dave are fed up this time for them to cry out for the world to hear them that they have been oppressed for sixty two years and they've had enough. They're crying out for freedom. The children are dying of hunger. People are dying of hunger. I've read a homemade sign. They said if we stay silent we will die. If we speak out we will die so we have decided to speak out so we will not die silent. sos that is the heart of the people right. now it's truly give me liberty and tyranny in action and they're hungry in the biden administration being the socialist communist. that they really are Are what. I'm hearing from a lot of evening. Elected congresspeople ale. See for one a. What she is saying that the people are crying out because they want vaccine is a bunch of nonsense when she opens her mouth. She speaks her native language which is deception and lies. The people of cuba are desperate If she does not understand what. A revolutionary communist revolution is they are oppressed when it first started in the early in the late fifties early sixties. They were actually executing people to take control of the country. That is what a communist regime does. This is what they have done. They have oppressed the cuban

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Gorka: "There Are Racists in America But We Are Not A Racist Nation"

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:11 min | 6 d ago

Gorka: "There Are Racists in America But We Are Not A Racist Nation"

"I went to a delightful beautiful wedding this weekend with my wife and sat down to a fascinating couple. Black american couple. I i tell you that because we don't do identity politics but it's relevant to. This story is that they shared with us. Let me share with you. I the story the The husband shed from his childhood and then this conservative black-americans advice on what it's going to take to truly crush the democrats first language and the use of language. He said his father who Never went to college worked every day. God sent him never took a sick day in his career. Took him fishing once. He said he was seventy eight years old and they parked the car not far from the lake. The sun went down to have a look at the water. Is the father's prepping. The fishing gear the white an elderly white khotan gentlemen was there by the shore of the lake and says to the little kid. This must have been same ages yousif over forty so nineteen eighties. S says the young boy. What are you doing here. And would and repeatedly uses the n. Word with this little black child. He runs back to his father's com weeping. His father says to him. Why are you crying. Little boy use the gentleman. I broke bread with and sat next to for hours during this wedding. Told him that man. He called me the n. Word and he said it his father proceeded to slap him on the cheek then. His father asked him again. Why are you crying. The little boy. Not knowing what else to say said because he called me the end were daddy so he slapped him again. This happened one last time. The young boy said what had happened was slapped. Then the father said to him. What name did i give. You is the n. would your name in that case. That man wasn't talking to you and wasn't talking about you and eventually the crying stopped that man who's now fifty. Two years old said to me that his life changed on that day. Because that's all racist in america but we're not a racist nation

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Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:15 min | 6 d ago

Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus

"I guess there was some demonstration in new york city about health gap. And you know at anti a radio one of the signs patients not prophets right because it's a charity right. Health health can be run as a charity and she is holding in her post on instagram. A placard taken from and newspaper and it's a headline so i stopped to read it. I want to talk about it. Why because it's a beautiful case study of useful idiocy and propaganda headline that she photocopied. Oh somebody gave to her on the on the placard girl seven cells limousine to pay for brain surgery. Wow shocking right. A girl seven years old cells lemonade and the lemonade stand to pay for her brain surgery. How outrageous and underneath she scribbled or somebody skill on the plant gone on the headline. This underlying should never underline happened in the richest on the line country on earth on the line. I wonder why she underlined earth. You creationist. i don't think so. This should never happen in the richest country on your i. Did i agree with you. Shoot if i may. I agree with you. Seven-year-old girl shouldn't have to sell lemonade for her brain surgery. The trouble is issue. It never happened. Yeah because i was so incensed by the story thinking yeah. I'm an american. This is wrong. You know what i did. I was actually driving home from waiting. I mentioned earlier. My wife was driving. So i i was in the passenger seat and i use this thing called the interwebs yes. I'm older than you. But i do know how to do this. Which is surprising. Because you're on youtube. Your bidding younger than me so i thought maybe you had done this yourself and the third the third story i looked at when i put in seven year old girl brain surgery. Lemonade ended. I wasn't complicated. The third story i looked at was from web. Md and it was a lengthy story from this. You know serious website on medical issues that broke down who it was what was wrong with her which hospital where she was at and eliminate story. And what did. I find in paragraph seven or eight which i sent to shoe. Just you know being decent citizen. Her parents insurance cover the costs of the brain surgery. She sold some lemonade to do one. Pay for ancillary things to have frames. Be able to fly to her clinic. It's an otter complete gas lighting. Lie it is the worst propaganda using the sickness of. Hfs for your political ends. Shame on us shoe

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ABC-Ipsos Poll Shows American Optimism Dropping With Biden Administration

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 6 d ago

ABC-Ipsos Poll Shows American Optimism Dropping With Biden Administration

"This is from ABC News Did a poll. With another organization Ipsos. Whatever the hell that is, ABC Ipsos Is buying completed 100 days in office. The country was optimistic about the coming year. But now just after hitting the six month mark Americans. Optimism about the direction the country's plummeted, nearly 20 points plummeted. A majority 55% of the public say they're pessimistic about the direction of the country, a marked change from the roughly one third 36% that said the same in ABC News. Ipsos poll back in May on May 2nd. Now on that survey, Americans were more optimistic than pessimistic by 28% Point margin. Optimism is now underwater by 10 points. So that's a 38 point spread. Looking ahead to the next 12 months, Fewer than half 45% now report feeling optimistic about the way things are going a significant drop from about two thirds in the maypole. The declining optimism has occurred across the board among Democrats, Republicans and independents. Optimism is down about 20 points. Among Democrats and Republicans. And down 26 points among independents among Democrats, 71% now say they're optimistic about the direction of the country over the next 12 months. That's much lower than the near universal 93%. From Democrats on Biden's approval and handling of the

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Is Now the Time to Go Into 8K TV?

The 3:59

02:03 min | 6 d ago

Is Now the Time to Go Into 8K TV?

"Televisions are the next big thing and tv's but they've always been insanely expensive prices coming down now the right time to consider. I wrote a chain. This is your daily charge joining me. That's foremost tv. Expert david campfire. Welcome david good to be here. Roger so there is a new tv. That won't entirely. Break your bank right. Tell me about the deal tv so. Tcl is known as a relatively affordable tv and in our reviews we. We've given us a pretty good picture. Quality the higher end models are some of the best picture quality for the money and so they said this year that they're finally gonna come out with k. Tv they're gonna be joining samsung l. g. Sony in the eight k. Race all those brands are a lot more expensive than this. Tci also sixty five inches. The smallest You can get this. Tv in its twenty two hundred dollars and the cheapest You know. Non ak tv out there. Sixty five inches is about three grand. So that's a big discount He seattle is being very aggressive with the price. And just so. I think it's good context around that. It's like a sixty five inch four k. A very nice sixty five inch four k. tv. How much is that going to cost you about Twenty two twenty three hundred bucks. the best metric is a. Lg's a lead tv's and those are four k. resolution of the affordable ones or four k. resolution and Their series which is their mainstream series. Which is a spectacular television Right now caused by twenty two hundred bucks twenty three hundred bucks so about one hundred dollars slightly more expensive than the tcl but it's an old lead. You know based on everything. I've seen i'll say this upfront. Haven't seen this. Tcl eight k tv at in person. So i don't know for sure. What is fish qualities like but just based on underlying technology led versus you know the q. Lead lcd technology that uses. I think the g. lead will have a better overall picture despite having lower resolution.

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Pro-Business Group Sues MLB for Moving All-Star Game out of Atlanta

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:07 min | 6 d ago

Pro-Business Group Sues MLB for Moving All-Star Game out of Atlanta

"Okay. Everybody dennis prager for. I go back to you or not. Go back to them. I would say if i had to have a list of very few groups in america doing great good job creators network would be one of them. Elaine parker is president. Oh president wu madam president and chief communications officer. We've spoken before lean. We have been thank you for having back where you president when we last spoke I think i was. I call you. We'd lane madam president. You do what we're on a first name basis. Okay fine so you guys sued The was it. The nba is at correct. Excuse me major league baseball. Is that correct we did. We sued major league baseball at the end of may We filed a new york. Federal court Because the the because of what the mlb did to atlanta small businesses when they gave into the lies and misinformation about the georgia voting law. That actually makes it easy to vote in hard to cheat But the mlb They didn't let facts get in the way and they pulled the game out and they played it in denver Just a few weeks ago preceding does he was actually dismissed was dismissed by the judge in court Based on standing so we didn't we lost them standing. Because you're standing meaning you were not directly affected. We on behalf of small business owners members in atlanta and She basically decided that It was It was a You know the business owners in denver got the benefits and therefore the business owners in atlanta didn't matter because it was a zero-some game somebody benefited.

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Maureen Dowd Manufactures Fear Over Global Warming

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 6 d ago

Maureen Dowd Manufactures Fear Over Global Warming

"I told you. I read comments to articles not just comments on my own. Columns columns have comments usually and i love reading them. 'cause that's the face of the of the world that reads that website right so the new york times has its readers and they are virtually to a person cardboard cutouts of leftist and is a fascinating thing through the comments. Maureen dowd columnist new york. Times had a hysterical piece on global warming. It's over it's just over death and mayhem. A greenland is disappearing. Antarctic is disappearing life on earth as we know it is disappearing been. I've been hearing this since nineteen ninety. It's now thirty years that everything is horrible. In the meantime by the way. I should just not to you a fact but facts. Don't bother these people and that fact is noted by bjorn. Lomborg the dane who writes about these matters. Fewer and fewer people die from climate related natural disasters. This is even true. Twenty twenty one despite breathless climate reporting over the past hundred years annual climate related deaths have declined by more than ninety six percent in the nineteen twenties. The death count from climate related. Disasters was four hundred. Eighty five thousand on average every year in the last full decade. It was eighteen thousand three hundred to ninety six percent lower. But this doesn't matter to to maureen down none of this matters.

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Why Anthony Fauci Is the Reason Behind the "Two Americas"

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | 6 d ago

Why Anthony Fauci Is the Reason Behind the "Two Americas"

"Well hello everybody. I hope you have a good weekend i did. I'm blessed that way. Weekends are good. Weekdays are good. I know what a blessing it is not always the case as with most people have been challenging the current term right. We don't use bad. We challenging so had that all right. Y'all so the country is divided as you. Well know and it is divided artificially between black and white. that's one division that has been created by the progressives division that in fact there's not objectively exist relations between the vast majority of whites and the vast majority of blacks are perfectly fine there are there are no legal obstacles as well. In addition to the relations being good there are no legal obstacles to the advancement of anybody because of race. Systemic racism is a gigantic lie. So that's one division in the country that has been created by progressives who live on the division if the country is united even singing the same national anthem. They are troubled. Because you can't destroy a society that has a degree of happiness and union so there's another division that is has arisen between the vaccinated and non-vaccinated and many of you who are vaccinated except this division that the non-vaccinated are ruining the country. F- ouchi is the source of this one. The man is truly a destructive force in america truly When i saw him prevaricate with rand paul it was a confirmation of what i had. Long suspected the man loves power and is not particularly bright. He's he's bright in the sense of he gets a fine brain but not depth. There is no depth to the man but he doesn't have to be deep. He has to be whatever he wants to be

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Chinese Officials Blame U.S. for Stalemate in High-Level Talks

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:03 min | 6 d ago

Chinese Officials Blame U.S. for Stalemate in High-Level Talks

"Let's turn now to our panel and let's look first at the relationship between china and the united states who are still figuring out how to talk to each other again following the chest beating and or chest probing the trump years possibly to beijing disappointment while. Us president has been a lot less noisy. Where china is concerned. He has not been a great deal more friendly. Nevertheless high ish level talks between the two superpowers have begun in tianjin. China's vice foreign minister asia fong is hosting deputy. Us secretary of state. Wendy sherman a isabel first of all Vice foreign minister has said that relations between the two superpowers are at a stalemate. Is she right. Certainly not wrong I mean if you look at the list of of things that each is demanding of the other they made no progress whatsoever so the chinese would like for example like the tariffs lifted which quite a lot of people think is a good idea They would like the americans to stop trying to extradite the c c o of of They would like the sanctions against chinese officials over hong kong and xinjiang lifted. None of that is going to happen. Meanwhile the americans would like the two men who are being held essentially hostage for the hallway case to be released and they would like a whole series of concessions that the chinese and not going to grant and both sites are held in a trap of rising nationalism at home so that if the chinese were to back off any of the very assertive moves that they've made over the last two months there would be a. How outrage from nationalist citizens and if the americans were to back off the bye administration was to back off the republicans would shred them in congress. So i don't see it really warming up I think the best they can do is keep talking to each other rather than not

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J.Lo and Ben Affleck Make It IG Official With Steamy Kiss Photo

Daily Pop

01:17 min | 6 d ago

J.Lo and Ben Affleck Make It IG Official With Steamy Kiss Photo

"Ben won the weekend going. I g official with a sexy photo now. The two were international waters in centro pay celebrating. J.lo's big fifty two now. Did your mouth drop. Will you thought he's votes. No you guys not even okay. Here's the thing. I was speaking to somebody backstage before we got on the show. I am not hating on jack. Gentlemen at all. I'm i'm here for it but i'm just not for whatever reason it's not tickling my. I'm not as excited. And this is everybody else's. I don't even know if like almost not in my control which is strange because you just went through this whole thing with your man after ten years forgot pregnant then married in that order now. This should be your thing. I know i keep trying to remind myself. And it's genuinely no shade ryan so happy for them that they're happy but there's just something about it. I don't know if it if it reads like. They're they're putting on again a little bit with like doing these photos or what. I've just not as excited as i should be. I think j. though is the spokesperson for all the women that were in a bad relationship and she teaches you. You know what moves the hell for that eight in.

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DOJ Reportedly Probes Crypto Company Tether

Techmeme Ride Home

01:41 min | 6 d ago

DOJ Reportedly Probes Crypto Company Tether

"To sources the us department of justice is probing weather executives at tether committed bank fraud in the early stages of that product. This is a big deal. Not just because tethers circulation are worth around sixty two billion dollars but also because and you read this right for various reasons tether underpins around fifty percent of all existing. Bitcoin trades at the moment quoting bloomberg tethers pivotal role in the crypto ecosystem is now well known because the token is widely used to trade bitcoin but the justice department investigation is focused on conduct. That occurred years ago win tether was in its more nascent stages specifically federal prosecutors are scrutinizing weather tether concealed from banks that transactions were linked to crypto said three people with direct knowledge of the matter who asked not to be named because the probe is confidential. Criminal charges would mark one of the most significant developments in the us government's crackdown on virtual currencies. That's because tether is by far. The most popular stable coin tokens designed to be immune to wild price swings making them ideal for buying and selling more volatile coins federal prosecutors have been circling tethers since at least twenty eighteen in recent months they sent letters to individuals alerting them that their targets of the investigation. One of the people said the notices signal that a decision on whether to bring a case could be made soon. With senior justice department officials ultimately determining whether charges are warranted the probe is reaching a tipping point as stable coins attract intense scrutiny from regulators. The us treasury department and federal reserve are among agencies concerned. That the tokens could threaten financial stability and our obscuring transactions tied to money laundering and other misconduct because they allow criminals to make payments without going through the regulated banking system

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Tucker Carlson Confronted by Man at Montana Fishing Store

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 6 d ago

Tucker Carlson Confronted by Man at Montana Fishing Store

"Internet's had a field day over the weekend with tucker. Carlson being confronted by a guy named dan. Bailey as tucker was with his daughter at a fly fishing shop in montana. Tucker incidentally is a apparently a big outdoors. I mean i've known for years. There's been other video of him. Fly fishing. I saw once a video of him fishing in central park which is kind of interesting. But he's a he that he that's his thing you know. And that's a hobby of his and here. He is minding his own business with his daughter. I think his daughter is i. I don't know if she's a an adult or not. A couple of comments suggested she was maybe kind of college age. I don't know much about tucker's family but in a video posted this this creeps up personal instagram account. The guy could be seen walking up to tucker at a place called dan. Bailey's fly shop in livingston. Montana turns out the guy's name is dan bailey. But it's not. Dan bailey of the dan. Bailey's fly shop in livingston. It's a coincidence. But there goes up to them. If you're if you're by computer got a smartphone. We've got the video of it. i. I'm gonna play just to make a point. I didn't want to even acknowledged this. But i was giving us a lot of thought and i guess we're going to pull back the curtain a little bit to share that. This is kind of these guys. Go through i think on a regular basis and i don't know that it's a secret that most of them have security and have to because of incidents like

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Nancy Pelosi Picks GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger for Jan. 6 Commission

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Nancy Pelosi Picks GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger for Jan. 6 Commission

"Got nancy pelosi doing this. Comical comical move putting adam. Kim zinger on the select committee to investigate january six adam kin zinger one of the most vicious trump hating rhino members of the legislature in washington dc. So now you got loose. Cheney and adam. Kim's anger on the bipartisan committee to get to the bottom of january sixth

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"26% of" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"26% of" Discussed on Lovush

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"26% of" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"26% of" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"With with all her life savings gone and no progress in recovering hush money or finding Maku Caroline would suppress gentlest Martin brunt an insert in a private investigator at Clement. Being tracked down as luck would have it. He was already in custody but in Spain you've been arrested for another crime. Defrauding two brothers and two hundred thousand pounds in property scam selling the property. He didn't I didn't time. It will say coned personal assistant Fernanda Alemany out of four thousand pounds G.. Paid the rent up front for a building. Acklin said he was going to set up a business in a place where she thought she was going to work for him. Everything seemed to be going. Well I finance had still not been paid back. Most staffer employed in the real estate business until one day offices came to the door on arrested. Ac Ah the scam on the two brothers. It was released on bail but immediately fled with his family. Starting a new life in Italy only four months later. He was discovered an extradited back to Spain in court charismatic as he was sentenced to three years in prison he didn't serve his full sentence however and it was not long before he was a free man again. Caroline Woods updated Avon and Somerset police in July. Two Thousand Fifteen asked to akl whereabouts. Unfortunately acclimate slip through the net. It was a whole year before a European arrest warrant was issued but by this time Acklin was a free man where where abouts on night he was born Mark Acklin but during a lifetime of fraud. He's changed his name many times as Britain's most wanted it common begins a second year on the run. He's using another identity. January Carolyn Woods told the press on various various television shows her story to warn others about the charismatic Marcotte Clem. Andy's confidence tricks. She expressed her frustration nations that he hadn't yet been cooled. She suggested that perhaps the police force in Avon and Somerset were not doing enough to apprehend the fugitive Detect tubes that shoot caroline the public. They were doing everything they could to find him. We are still investigating a number of incidents sediments and reports to do Mark Klem and its activities in the bath and Bristol areas going back to two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen you in an interview. Caroline told the BBC is like something out of James Bond managed to convince me that he was an emo six agent and he had to have brain surgery. Caroline recall the time in London with Acklin he told his Mo six boss awesome requested to see him taken that by acronyms driver and when they arrived to building which she believed was the location in where his boss worked Akron got after the car and went inside. She said I believe he was going through a back entrance to see his boss. It's also him walk into what looked like an underground carpark past two armed guards. Two men wearing flak jackets and what looked like machine. Guns don't so it was absolutely convinced he'd gone into the building I've been told since they don't have armed guards at my six. But how how anybody going near the building even with a toy gun nine and who were those people I have no idea. Caroline spoke about the period after Marquette. Clem deserted her taking old Money about time on was descending pending into how money left I was living in a house believed he owned but it was paying all the bills and I think the thing to say about when you first meet him is. Here's someone with great presence and charisma quite flirtatious. Just very entertaining. I felt as though I had fallen in love that this was the real thing. It was all Sherard but yes. He said he'd never felt like this about anybody get married. I have a wedding dress that was bought for me in the end everything that I had had an accomplice..

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The Fundamentalists

03:26 min | 3 years ago

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"And. The anot Rahman to skip Gooding a not try to pretend doesn't exist. When the censorship happens is in now were it's like, there's, you know, there's pre censorship imposed censorship. So now this the censorship has happened. He's gotten slam. Let's call it what it is. It is censorship and it's happening. A lot is happening on the internet. What is how do you open up that level of dialogue with both parties like it's, it seems like it seems like a difficult thing to do once the censorship has been enacted because the the one, the the more mainstream defend attack or more mainstream reasons against censorship, our first amendment, and this is what this is a right to speak. This way. You have a right to speak this way, and there's. And that just is where you get into these like these constant, there's an, it's a never ending. I mean, I feel like we're, we're talking in circles. So I mean it's, but it's so much more who when you end up in that conversation of, oh, it's about the constitution and constitutionalism is, and then you get into hiding behind you idolize the con- you use the constitution to kind of constitution to kind of like justify your own executives in a way that is not. I don't think what that piece of paper wasn't tended to do this. This is also like a, we did one medley didn't I did it? I did a talk and ideal didn't think it was on the fundamentalists, but where I talk about, but ideology is whilst designed to cover over inherent antagonist ideas. So in in the word censorship, I would argue that there is an Herod antagonist. It's there's, there's new simple. Censorship is good or Senator tips Bah. That's what I've been trying to actually on you. Definitely. Literally, I felt like in my mind like, okay, here's what he's saying. Oh, no, it's a beautiful. American Free is that that cops brilliantly 'cause ideology covers over this is censorship has new internal contradiction, a weary. They're for it or against it. But there's this. I think it's an American saying that there's a difference between free speech on shining fire in cinema. Right. I think I've heard someone say dot, in a sense, garage SPS. The inherent antagonist of the word of the word censorship is that everybody kind of knows that. Were that when you talk about whether free speech is allied or not, there is a certain difficulty without question, because if you just stand up fire in cinema, Dopp is not what we mean by free speech, but it is. It also is that's. Speech, you can still do it. Yeah. We all want to cover over the inherent tension on tiger as in the word. Censorship owner needs to be it's but we but the rule is to shoot not to hide up with these stupid tweets of I'm for it or against it. What about people showing that? Actually, there's in the Herron not in the word itself. Censorship. There's inherent not only do not not in the in the concept. Would God Elliott? Yeah, I think the funniest activism not. Yep. Yep, not. Hello. Yeah, that's only a not in and not, but I think that there's a thing that the phrase like, you know, free speech, but you can't say you can't say fire in a movie theater, shout fire and move there. It's like, well, yeah, you can't. Yeah..

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The Fundamentalists

04:21 min | 3 years ago

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"In corporate America. But yeah, like the liberal sort of bubble the that we live in, there's that stood. There is a truth to the the like kind of like, no, we cast them aside. We don't don't pay attention to them. We marginalize them at some way. Even though numbers wise, they are massive and they're killing it, and they are. You know, they have a huge support, a huge fan base. What I would love to see that that which is the move of the radical move is is actually to ask the questions tick seriously, what is the Tigers m. that that Fox News on, you know what? I'm extreme Alex Jones and all that. What is what are they are taking, not as soo- appealing and really asked question rather than you know, try to censor what the therapist again. They like, you know, instead of getting you to not talk about things like, why is that sue? You know the why dot? What? What? What on health? What's sickness it does this speak of? Why do you keep going back to drink whiskey from Alex Jones on what is the truth behind me nots? The funny thing I keep coming back to in one sense there is some more truth and Alex June's when I watched them in CNN in the truth is Alex. Uh-huh. Teetering on the edge of the desert of the real. The horror of the real frantically ignoring that there is a violence operating and social reality, and then his terror thought which Monifieth itself in delusional paranoid fantasies, but, but the fact that he sees that I think is a, you know, there's, there's something interesting. It is interesting that you definitely don't. You're not taking it any way the approach of like, you know that the left has often with him, which is that his his language is in and of itself harmful like there is that sort of big of the reverse. Big other words not it's like on the Alex Jones side. There's the big other of lizard people, and then on the antibiotics Jones side, there's the big other of people who are massively hurt and affected by his language. And I think you know, there are there is truth, I guess in that and it's one. Those things that I can't speak to because. I can't imagine carrying like in in any world and maybe that's I lucked out, but it is interesting that the approach is not going. He's dangerous. But let's hear mount. The approach is going note. This is actually more so than dangerous toward a group of people. It's actually satiated something and more unhealthy way for his supporters. Like it's almost like you're basically I could be wrong, but it sounds like the real victims here are not the people targeted by his quote, unquote hate speech or whatever you wanna call. I'm kind of reading like using language for that. I've gotten from an amalgamation of tweets that I've read as a result of this and that making sense of all those different sides and stuff and trying to incorporate them into the conversation. So one of them is is you know the hate speech thing. So you're saying though that that's not the problem. The real problem is that his victims are his supporters. And so there. People that were like, whoa, how do we actually get to the root of what there were they're coming from? And the way that you do that as you, you engage with them, I guess potentially it is an expression of of an illness within the society. So that's like the icy with an Alex Jones, a frantic attempts because we're ideologies, ideology works progressives. I-it's progressives to a certain extent can cover over the entire soms for someone like Alex Jones and his followers ideology is beginning to Kroc. I think that's a good thing. But what happens is they frown Szekely won't to defend against the cracking of the ideological veal. So what they do is they then engage in power structures. The key for me is a healthy society com. Begin the crock, the ideological, veal with art, going into scapegoating, you know, can look up the social reality on we, none of us can ever look out fool on, but glimpse it..

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The Fundamentalists

04:25 min | 3 years ago

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"I what sees these on Tiga assumes on that is the kind of gonna help improve society. And I worry about that because I go like new hot to listen to why Alex Jones exists. You don't have to listen to June's to listen to why he exists. What is the truth that he is particularly the truth of in a sense, a hold millions of people who released so that because there is something in their life in their social life in their employment in their educational about that is problematic. It is symptomatic of a wound within society and you do not cover over that wound and pretend doesn't exist. Yes, you have to like, doctor, look at that wind find why it was created. Find height, height begin to address that wind. And so my worry is, if you don't listen to the the social Faulk of Alex Jones, but just try to get rid of him all you're doing. And his Tiki in a real wound that is in America and trying to cover it over rather them trying to address what dot says, a bite, the current system. That's a beautiful that is that your takeaway, that's my away that's very well put. I mean, I don't want to stunt the conversation either because like your takeaways about your palm reading. My takeaways that I, yeah, at turns out my energy is yellow. But yeah, I. On that same note the. Paranoia also is the paranoia surrounding the act of censorship is like a tertiary in my mind. Same thing like it's, there's still you don't want to censor it, but the the, the, the sensing the censoring can have a negative effect because you're knowing the thing. But then I don't think that the response to the censorship being apocalyptic is necessarily the best either. Like you're not using a pocked apocalyptic language. When you sort of were when you express concern about the act of wiping him off those platforms, but. That makes me go, okay. Yeah, it's not the best thing. Maybe not the best thing to censor people like this I can make is still have a kind of maybe it's a hang up. Maybe it's whatever. But like I, I'm like the internet. There's so many kids, you know, whatever in it's like certain in this isn't necessarily with Alex Jones, but in general, I still just like the idea of like children being hidden from from things. I don't know if that's like a like, I don't. I'm not. When I'm a parent, I'm not going to be the parent like shows my kid horror movies or like brings them to the porn. Like, I don't think that's cool. And I don't think it's like, you know, hip. It's kind of like this, that character Sasha baron Cohen plays the that super liberal NPR guys. You know how many times have you cut your kid having watching porn or whatever it is when when we watch it together, we and so funny, but like it is a stereotype of that kind of mindset to be so open. And so whatever we were talking about the the conversations of, you know, I went to this fetish club and blah blah. So there's that all I'm not going to be that. There's still like a conservative preference that I have there, but I just can't. I don't. I can't get. It's like you have all these people freaking out. Just freaking out to anyway we're going around and around. But yeah, but like the question, then I can relations and food wars, whatever for me is what does it say a bite, our contemporary situation that this is happening to if we're a healthy society, you wouldn't need to censor info wars. Nobody would watch. So it's a symptom of something that is a wind that needs to be looked up. So if he'd literally cover over the wind does not will only result and symptomatic exclusions. So what you wanna do is, you know, ultimately asked the question, why is this type of thinking so popular? What does it say about the problems within our system on the problems with progressivism hide, we address those and if you don't need to censor it because to censor, it just makes it more desirable. How why we watch folks. He's one of I watch Fox News.

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The Fundamentalists

04:17 min | 3 years ago

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"I mean, it doesn't even tell them that they were route k, you've tooled them. Yeah, you weren't any good, but you told them the truth through this filter that allied friendship to continue on the trip to be heard because the truth company heard, if it's if it's very, very direct on. That's what I mean formalism in censorship is when there is very clear. Munich, Yutian thoughts. Dot means something in enough it self. There's also something to the friend coming up to you after show going, hey, add it had it. I do that also tells you before you even answer that they already know something and it's like, okay, and then you have a commerce like, I'm not crazy. That wasn't. And then you go. Yeah. And then like that happened at the federal two weeks ago. Show, and I was like out of my, I was not in my element and I was like, okay by everybody. And then they'll be who'll cooed within comedy of your friends, being able to tell you that it didn't work the the kudos anarchy -demia is talk was interesting, but like what does a comedian say to you if you bombed, but they want to kinda let you knew there wasn't great, but they wanna be nice. They go is there? Is there like a free as that they'll use? Not that I can articulate. I, I would have to find out what it feels like the bomb. I. Yeah, yeah. Asked tree. So this issue, by the way, at the very core of language line, which is different from communication, because communication is is like a computer communication as where assigned means a particular thing. So if if a bird mix certain coal l. the other birds without species new executive, what it means, but language arises when words, how slippage. So a word con mean it's all you can say, you love someone in such a way that they knew e hit them that you can say that was interesting in a way that say that Walson. Interesting. That's what lying is language languages booth communication miscommunication on. It's also revolution on concealment. And so the idea of purified language with censorship is a fiction which which kind of exists in purify for mathematics, but not in terms of natural language. Yeah, became an experience. It does not. And I think that is where I get very. That's prob. That's where get off the the, like worrying about the Alex Jones thing so much because you know, I don't think I don't know. It's the book burning thing. You know, there's the, you get into this world of like it. We're going kind of in circles now and I just I'm still trying to wrap my head around it a little bit is, but here's the thing. I mean for me, it's funny. 'cause I, whenever he told essentially like I haven't thought about whether he should be censored or not like house because my only interest is what does say, bite society? What does it say about the society that doll censor him and what it seems to suggest to me is up at the moment within corporate America. By thing in Facebook, Google corporate America are have a progressive est worldview, which is, you know, we can rude. I, it's the Tiga Nissim the the aggression, the violence, etcetera, kind of move towards kind of a progress on progressives. Basically, it's very unpopular because it's like. Glow, we'd basically the world. We just have to make the world a little bit better and we keep improving step by step very Silicon Valley to, yeah, so you like literally the show and the place, but like everything from the limited knowledge, I have of Silicon Valley the the language use. There's like, this is going to improve the world. This is going to this app is going to change. The world is going to bring about harmony. It's going to be, you'll be able to wear alcohol like Uber, like it's like it'll be something completely not beneficial, but they paint everything. The accents that that technologists will have a technological worldview because computers progress on technology progresses. So it's it make sense if you're in that world to therefore think that society progresses who we are more enlightened than Socrates or whatever, you know, which is ridiculous. But in some ways, there's this kind of ongoing progression. So what what basically the Alex Jones thing says to me is America Americorp and kopplin America is attempting to. To rude..

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The Fundamentalists

04:21 min | 3 years ago

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"So, and I care about you so little that I have no problem. Being so forward with you that I'm not going to impact, you know, harm you. So we all do not. So if if someone says the, I look good in the giant, you know, if I say to, you looked this chart and you go, no, but you pulls for a second? No, not. No. Then I knew you're saying we'll, yes, I would she into the shirt, but if you say yes, I'll be like if you thought I looked and that's why did you just pulled a second ago? No, I think it's fine. Dot dot. Censorship is actually telling me the truth. So there's a question of whether a world with this type of censorship is possible auto as an it would just generate into utter chaos. I like that a lot. It's like the not swearing thing where it's like I'm attempting to self censor. That's the lesson of my current place in life by the way is is the what you're talking about that like learning in in trying to actively communicate true things, no way using language that's not so direct. And I think that is where I fall off with a lot of the the people kind of in the thought bubble that's out, you know, the nothing against the my watch them all the time, but the Joe Rogan and like all those those people, I really enjoy them. But there is a, I David, I, who I think is amazing. He tweeted at me after I did some thing about I did at him, but it was kind of criticizing him and that that school because it was like they have this whole will. It's about the free exchange of ideas. And I think that my. It's largely a result of the conversations we've had. There is a part of me that's like, don't fool yourself into thinking that because this is not that because Alex Jones isn't sensor that you're hearing Alex Jones or don't think that because you're hearing this free exchange of ideas that you're really hearing anybody's real true in Tagamet that are happening at under the surface. So it's like you have these these open and free dialogues were, you know, were censorship. We are all about hearing each other out, but then you're just not getting like you're not getting the full story when you try to use language in a way that so hitting the nail on the head missing out on so many nuances and so many things. And if that's true, Justin communication, why Justin communication, it's like the biggest thing in the world. But like if that's true in the interpersonal, the basic conversations that we have as human beings, how much more true would it be inside as a hold that there are nuances there are there are you know lax there. Our the things that we can't wrap our head around with language, and it's our job to like, you know, function in this society where there are things we can't just, we can't articulate like, I think that might be key. And I think that might be. But I think I do think that there's like there's some lesson to be learned there where it's like, okay, when we have these direct conversations and you have the, you know, Sam Harris has talking to so and so and they're going back and forth. And it's fascinating and it's like so entertaining, and I can watch hours of their intellectual powerhouses and and Sam as I think is awesome. And then sometimes I'm just like, what keeps you up at night? Like what? What is driving this need for incredible articulation because it's clear that there's something making that happen. I don't know. Yeah, yeah. Well, yeah, that's. Because. Constellation. Dressing stuff. I mean, one of the things get example is if you're if of your friend says to you was funny tonight out of comedy show. Again, you can hop clear, clear communication and go, no, Nike, really boom. That was terrible, right? You go right? Well, us maybe an honest. I'm just being clear. I'm just telling you telling the truth, right? But you're not really going to re- retire and not Fran for right on, but you also do wanna go ops. Fantastic. Oh, you killed. It didn't what you have to do is go. Yeah. No, I thought it was good. You know, I don't know if it was your best night on dot Dopp tells Ye tells your friend that they were crop..

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The Fundamentalists

04:27 min | 3 years ago

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"But here my God, if it is not like it's like the cardinal sent like the moment. You're and I think that might be might have been when I was meandering about with earlier with the, you know. Like is this that big like is it that apocalyptic is that is is nineteen Eighty-four right around the corner. If Alex, if I don't hear Alex Jones and I'm so I'm fascinated by the fervor and by the just it's like where the volume is so high on this conversation and like, I, I don't know if it's a result of the first amendment being a direct contradiction to the very fabric that holds society together, which is censorship of some kind. And it's so it's interesting because the conservative mind frame is one that is more pro censorship. You keep that stuff hidden. Keep that stuff. Discreet, you hold, you know you, you stand for the flag. You don't let your tag on show. You don't reveal that kind of stuff and and then you have the left going and censoring somebody and then the right. The very people who were like, no, censorship is good. The moment. It's something that. Well, I think the the right have a tendency on just the tendency, not everybody in the right auto all, but the extreme right has a tendency to skip Gooding, you know, incense of dealing with the Tigers and by creating an there's an enemy. And maybe the left the extreme left. What the I see there is there is there no problems with the left? Yeah, start there. But yeah, there, it's like you. I would say what you said again, what wasn't. Oh, you we're talking about with the right. There's a tendency to skip Gooding. Yes. So it's like the answer to this censorship that is, you know, puts the first amendment and all of the world in jeopardy, I guess because you know, it's a slippery slope and it's these companies are getting together. YouTube is talking to Spotify and and which is such a funny like image just to see like all their logos hanging out and they're all getting together and they're like, you know, the problem is Alex Jones, and then they. Dot is technically that's called and philosophy, censorship at a level of formalism. I'm What I I mean? meet universal trying to censor. Yeah, seems to be with problems with technology and my. Censorship at the level of formalism and what what? What that means is that again, the whole idea of the deep state or some other. That's the problem is it is attempting to protect against the violence and the chaos that is within the civilization. So it is doing what censorship is always trying to do, which is to distance you from dot chaos. So for the conservative, the way they distance themselves from the chaos is not three content, it's three, four on the form is skip Gooding mechanism. Yeah, that's a little. Yeah, you lost me a little bit, but I think that there's, it's an interesting here's another thing about about censorship is is it's kind of weird. But if you want to tell the truth, a little bit of censorship is is, is the better way to do. So you have like whenever you said last week or sexy yesterday, Kim might. On the the podcast where we looked out what was weakness and you said. Tickets are selling fast for the fundamentalist podcasts on. I mean, the the quip, thou that don't believe what you're saying because they actually are selling. There's this strange thing where sometimes to tell if you say the truth directly, you say less. So she's ecu's an example of a few. Give a talk in Ottoman sane. And someone says, interesting thought means they didn't like right if you go interesting toke everybody knows that means they didn't like it. But if they say to you, I didn't like your talk, right? That's more almost. There's no censorship there, but it's not just saying you didn't like the talk. It's also saying, I think you're an awful. So weirdly the little bit of censorship where I go, oh, you're talk was interesting communicates the truth, which is I thought your talk was a bit rubbish. But if I wreck Lee, tell the truth and say thought your talk was rubbish. I yes, y'all so say something else which is I'm I, I wanna hurt you yet..

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The Fundamentalists

02:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Guys were into quickest side before we started recording the podcast this morning. I was awakened to a new app that is a palm reading app and. And I immediately downloaded it and I got the results. I took a photo of both of my palms. He saw it happen and I have, I have the the results. I would love to hear the results in case you're thinking this is like fake or an ad. It's. We're not supposed as not sponsored by whatever which is why I'm not gonna read the ad or what the app is, and I will cancel my subscription after reading the following statement. This is my conclusion. I mean, it took twenty five minutes. So that resolve a lot of processing part like working the what? Your palm print means ripe with the photos. Yeah, I mean, that's like thus supercomputer stuff. 'cause like twenty five minutes. That's a lot of process. I think they sent it to an actual person. Oh, I think there's a person in a room somewhere who read. Oh, wow. Okay. Okay. Oh, interesting. Okay. Here we go. You're ready? Yep. You wanna hear my strong sides, Pete. I've never seen them. So tell me. Compassionate, adaptable. That's interesting. Talking about adaptability with my buddy artistic, devoted intuitive, gentle, wise, and imaginative. They could thrown in a funny would have made me feel nice week sides, fearful, oversensitive, overly trusting, sad. Indecisive can be victim self pitying lazy and desire to escape reality. Well, I lost one Neil. You. It to. The ruling planet is Neptune. My ruling planet is Neptune. So you're more intuitive than others and have artistic talent. Can we find out what it is Neptune is connected to music? So your sign reveals music preferences in the earliest ages of life. They're generous, compassionate, extremely faithful and caring people. Born under the Pisces sign, have an intuitive understanding of the life cycle and thus achieve the best emotional relationship with other beings Pisces born are known by their wisdom, but under the influence of Uranus which is I'm assuming your anus, Pete. Yep. Pisces sometimes can take the role of a martyr and order to catch the attention. I've never done that, but I bet if I did it be really good at Pisces are never judgmental and always forgiving. They're also known to be the most tolerant of all these Diak signs. One of my main traits that I'm so pleased to be of service to other. Nope. If. Only one knows how to play on your feelings. You will be found willing to do anything in order to find yourself..

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The Fundamentalists

04:38 min | 3 years ago

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"There's always some, you know your spine, and maybe he is playing character, playing the character bet. So you have this guy and he's got this huge platform and he's using scapegoating. And what he's doing is he's like infecting theoretically infecting released a solidifying others a tendency toward scapegoating. Right? So he's so you watch him and you're like, oh my God, it is their fault. It is all of their stuff and it's there. It's there to blame you watch Fox News and it's the athletes. And if they were, you know there how dare they do that. They didn't do that. Then if they don't do that, they won't stop. Kneeling. During the anthem. Society is gonna fall apart. I still, I still don't know if I maybe this is just going back to straight through and through apathy, but like. Is that spurt of is that like release valve of chaos that he presents of that much value? Like if he goes away, if he's if he's censored, the act of the censorship may by definition result in more violent outbreaks more whatever more like you're saying the like, I guess I'm just don't on an individual basis. Yeah, it's like we're like sure. Theoretically, philosophically censorship causes this, but we're living in such weird times right now in like there's the internet and there's like, I, I do feel like the internet is something that we should probably talk about more on a separate podcast, but I just feel like it's it's gonna change human nature a little bit. And I think that like the, I dunno, it's like it's almost like there's just too much out there. There's two were inundated with so much information with so many different opinions, and maybe this isn't. Maybe we're all stuck in our own bubbles. But I just if somebody like Alex Jones goes away, I don't think that censorship of that or that that I don't think that they're not. There's not gonna be spurts of truth toward chaos. You know what I mean? Yeah. No, no. I just think censorship, you know, height, essential, censorship out its core. If we go back to that primary censorship, I think audits core, an old real censorship like real world, censorship share something of this out. Its core censorship is designed to protect you against some sort of untie them out the heart of reality. So it's designed to try to. If it's too tight as into the progressive idea that somehow you can get rid of the Tigers of which Alex Jones is a representation of on a tie under rupture of violence within society. If you think you can. Yeah, get rid of all of that, then it it will erupt in other ways, but if you don't have any censorship at all, and I'm saying that I'll exchange the representation of this in himself. If you have two little censorship than what HAMAs that creates its own problems and skip Gooding because I people here into June's, they are very close to experiencing the terror at the heart of ideology at the terror at the heart of civilization on their way of protecting themselves from it, and I can't blame themselves for trying to protect themselves is to is to find some weird grip of the elimination who who are responsible. But for me, both of. Those responses are ultimately doomed to failure that what we need to do as a society is find ways of confronting divide Lance on the the, the horror at the core of civilization confronted on Tari with it, turn it into something not is that is good. That is actually useful on. Than the progressive notion of trying to get rid of the anti-china som or as well the Alex Jones. He is also attempting to get rid of it by saying, the whole problem is the cultural marxists or whatever is to is to see its size, pass a mystic, but is to see that that just like evolution because evolution theory is an idea that on Tiga is at the heart of biological systems on that on the result of that new advanced forms of life arise in the way we do in civilization, there is on Tiga Nissim, but just like an evolution dot com create kind of more advanced. An interesting societies. Yeah, that's I like that. Yeah, that's excellent..

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02:29 min | 3 years ago

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"Now he's a right wing apocalypse us, but he, he caned when you watch him, sue passionate, he Sou freaky night because he and a core of his being is so close to the chaos thought is at the core of social reality. And so what he asked to do like what a power noise does is find some reason for some par- that's behind some sense, whether I don't know what he believes, what might be satanic churches might be eliminated. It might be the deep stint at might be miserable, wizar- people, anything like there as it's a frantic attempts to find some. In order to the kale that they are too close to south, what a psychotic does their sue clues to the horror, the terror of the real that they have to find they have to construct their own censorship, their own thing. So when we watch, Alex Jones is in full wars. I think that he's closer to the truth in the sense, the hop, he sees the truth of a type of chaos and violence within our system. Butts than his response to that is to create delusional enemies. And I feel like this thing where it's like you're closer to the truth in that implies that that's okay or that's the best way to be. And I feel like maybe not a little bit in your getting drunk, you're drunk drunk. Eddie remind. Scott. Chunk of origin, you're about. Nami. We're close to truth is. So I feel like there's this whole thing like short, there's chaos at the core of society at sucks, you know, and that's that's more accurate may be than this mystical idea that we are traveling toward utopia and that there are people impeding if they get out of the way we can reach a heavenly society. I would rather suffer under the delusion of progressive universe than be inundated with something that may or may not be closer to the truth, which is chaos. And so it's like in the in the world. I know we're probably going to get into going back to the big other thing, but in a world where. With the internet where we are being inundated with certain things, and we are so programmable and we are..

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04:05 min | 3 years ago

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"I've seen so many parts of it, and then I started watching it and it's just old enough that I'm like this. Yeah, yeah. See, you're, you're young, you know, but it was. It was a, it was a cheesy kind of fun, but there was a bit Holly berry was the lead actress, and there's a point where she's reading a book. She puts the book dine on. She's not worrying too tall, famous famous saying, but on television, they FU shops a Pechiney onto her. And so that's kinda high. Censorship works in general, is that there's something that you're not like to see something has covered over and the whole point is that by covering it over at mix, it even more sexy actually. So a lot of censorship in not way creates this sexualization of sex. Right? Then there is. Kind of pornography that shoes, everything. There's new. There is new kind of like a, there's nothing that has not shown by it's weird because Elliott quietly got up to get something and I'm pretending I'm still talking to you on this very difficult today. Yeah, you didn't. You didn't. You didn't do a good job at all? Why thought that? Because people are like, oh, pizza suddenly gone very beyond. Yet there was your free association. You immediately. And. You said something and I was like, I'm done. I'm out. I was also wondering the people here watching on the video that look at me pretending to talk to you, they knew the truth. Oh, yeah. Well, the censorship in someone. He's talking about all the crazy stuff they're doing. It's a similar in that the censorship is the form itself that the the activities that they're doing on they're talking about is what sexualize is the sex. So it's not covering over things, but it's it's engaging and all of these ritualistic practices and things that kind of protects from just roll sacks to. If people here listen to this, they can go back and listen to one of our podcasts on sex. We talk about as Hoyt him except sexy to Mick sect sexy. You have to have obstacles you how have rituals you have two things that in a sense distance you from the sexual act because pure raw sacks with sexuality is traumatic. So the censorship in whenever someone's talking about everything that they're doing, there is still something that is operating to remove them from the horror of the real, the horror of the act with light Fonsi dots. What censorship is in its core, it's it's Abbas best. It is a distancing from something that if you get too close to it is truly terrifying, which is why by the way Alex Jones. The question for me is not a by Alex Jones being censored doubts. Doubts that's by the by everyone has a halt on the but is high. What is censorship operate in the shoe that Alex June's runs. But I give your big news well, okay, but real quick. No real on the Alex Jones thing. It's funny that like I dunno, I can get real, whatever with us, but like I don't give a crap like I should mention that. I should mention that at the top. I don't give a crap of Alex Jones is censored. Busy fall is radio show anyway. So it doesn't affect? Yes. Well, it's like exactly. I'm, I'm a patriot of his or patron, but I, I just don't care. And then what happens is. I think there's another layer to this with the Alex Jones thing that's happening, where in in this could be me grouping people in together that are shouldn't be grouped together. But when something like the censorship happens and Alex Jones is banned from all these platforms. There are people who were like, well, it's hate speech. These are private companies. They have a right to get mobbed by then there's the other was not..

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03:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Do if you can free associate that find your sensor. Basically, you have signed your sensor on begin to kind of look at what about censorship is in your life on high at functions. It's very interesting, man. It's a fun. I feel like this is like the, there's so many pieces to unpack the first, say a few things in response. It's funny how like the stars align with certain subjects and everything. But one of the things that I've been trying to do in my I did. Tweet the other day that was it was like, might twenties was about figuring out what my like. Big answers were to the the life's big questions, whatever. And then my thirties has been more about like learning that I don't have to have an answer to every question and not, and I don't mean life's big questions because obviously I have to have those and I will find them and I will know the right ones and then we'll get it right. But the more in the sense of like when just on a personal person to person basis, learning that, you know when you grew up, you don't have to have that kind of like you don't know somebody you're like full, you know what's going on inside and so like there's that element to it. And so as I've grown or attempted to grow up, so much of it is like, how do you speak your truth? And then how do you speak your truth in a way? That's that's like the way that he wanna speak the truth. And it's so there is an art form to that type of being a human and it's it's difficult to learn because I feel like it's your censoring you're learning to basically self-censor. Like I think it's like I swung. I mean, I I've had. It so many, this is going to be so meander. But like before I kind of went through second puberty or whatever you wanna call it in my late twenties in my life, kind of switched around before that there was I self censored constantly or like I was so repressed and so- mute it. And so like this is who I need to be for everybody in this is what the the, the version of myself that I put out to the world. And then then the journey became will how to just tear down all that stuff. And how do you just like let you know what's inside flow, and then when all everything's flowing, it's that's what reminded me. That's where we have. So you said like the thing like you're talking to somebody, they went to that fetish club. They went to this. They do that. And there's this sort of like, like, oh, look at that. How free that person has to be like, this is what I do. That's what I have. And it's like that's true to a degree in comparison to someone like how I used to be, which is very just like, I can have, you know, I have to make sure the husband and the Christian. And so. Then it's like a look at that person compared to that. That's free. But then I'm like, no, not really. Because there's you're right. There's still something like I did do that. Like an I still fall into that where I'm like, oh, here's everything. I mean, the last podcast we did. I was talking about like stuff where like ninety was a necessary that divulged like might having done certain things, but I'm like that I don't necessarily care about where's there's a fund balance to be had a fund balance to be found just in my personal life. Like one of them is I'm trying to to not swear anymore, which is a new thing. And it's funny because like it's difficult and I catch myself always about to swear, and I still do it way too much, but it's like reincorporating censorship in a way on a personal level is has been a very beneficial but also difficult thing because it's like it's like the nozzle got turned onto. Yeah, too much. Oh, big news. Oh, Pete. Oh, are they in? Well here let me let me talk about the stacks thing. Yes. We're going to fun. Assad ladies and gentlemen, how exciting? Yes. Where is the censorship? Where's the censorship in someone who is like totally open by all of the, you know, crazy sexual exploits. They do well. So if he high censorship works traditionally in terms of its content, you seen the movie swordfish actually. No, no, that's really good..

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The Fundamentalists

04:36 min | 3 years ago

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"I mean, I hesitate to say only because I know we're, we're talking about two different camps. We, we often speak from two different slightly different camps. Even I love psychoanalysis very much, but in my experience with meditation, which I know you're from Northern Ireland and that's against the law over there. But the in my experience when I have done it when I was first starting to do it or getting into it, and I kind of like hop in and hop out. But like the there was a sense of fear at one point or a couple points in doing it. And that could be. A million about, are you know a million in there is there was like a when you can sort of, I think whatever mental thing you wanna call it, and I'm still wrapping my head around it, but there is a sense it my life, at least in my experience when meditation happen, we go. And then you're like, oh, that's intimidating, and very terrifying in there is a sense of loss of self in Lhasa, whatever in that can be attained through meditation drugs or any number of other things, but like it's an interesting. Yeah, it's interesting that when even when the things that are like, oh, if you meditate, that's like this peaceful thing and it's like, no, that's also very scary. If you start to feel yourself in any way, like lose yourself a little bit. Yeah. Yeah, because there's a sense in which. In this theory that we're talking about the the truth is actually kind of horrific. The truth is the that there is new cell and all of that on. Actually what happens is we want to protect ourselves from that at all costs. And what we tend to do is think of something line behind everything that is benevolent dot is your wellness and who will listen completeness. But yeah, you know, you meditations very useful for somebody is too much repression to censorship about for someone who's suffering from psychosis meditation, just like lot of drugs can just like sandy into the terror of the real. So if you if you if someone suffers from psychosis and TX weed or something like that, it can through them into the terror of the real because they haven't got strong enough, censorship the thoughts. Why drugs are grit for an erotic, but not really, generally very good drugs are great as the title of the episode. Nice. Okay. So. Okay, we're back so we're, there's humans, percents, erred, we're, we're not. We don't censor social human humans to roll, and then then they're secondary sounds or ship, which is what we all know. This is the stuff is that all human beings. When you're growing up in a family, they're certain things that you start to learn that you can't say, and you come to in order to function within the family and you learn the rules of the Guillaume on. Eventually. Often, what we do is we censor ourselves so much that we don't even realize doing so the censorship come so ubiquitous that you don't notice it. So civilization is is kind of censorship of violent impulses and desires butts discovered that in order to have a society and live a life that it's good for us to maybe keep our mouths shut. Sometimes fact is civilization that idea that civilization is the result of repressions behave. A little bit. We can actually have nice things. Yeah, exactly. So in the same way, that subjectivity to be human censorship is at the core of sue for society to function Accenture ship operates of the very cool and that's why Freud talked by civilization and this discontent, because soon as you start repressing and censoring, you'll slow, you know, get discontent on the and and then of course the what you repress comes back and dots. Dreams can be nuts. What symptoms can be there. The explosions of the return of the repressed will we have and protests and certain sort of society, cultural things I would imagine. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, I don't lead you into something that you're not saying. But yeah, I mean, he's gonna manipulate what you say. The best fit my. That's what you're here for. Like things like explosions of violence or whatever. So you know, in a progressive if someone's progressive individual, and so they believe that there is progress to an Amiga point, a kind of a movement towards more higher enlightenment, higher conscious. We could just get rid of all the Trump supporters than we would be such a great society. Yeah. Well, so there's progressivism, but they'll be exclusions within progressivism of maybe repressed violence..

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04:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Kind of first separation you have is with your mother's breast or the primary care giver. Right? The earliest sense of separation you have is with you know somebody in your family. That's the sense of separation sense of separation. Yep, because the first separation would be birth? Yes, although that's not a subject of separate logical separation. Yeah. So the psychological separation Hopkins a few months later. So there's there's two berths basically there's the physical birth, and then there is the birth of the subject on. They don't hop at the time and the birth of the subject is the moment when the infant kind of stars to get a sense that they are self. There's an inner world and an arbiter world. There's a me and there's not me I'm before. Before that happens, there is new inner world and Eiter world. There's just this ocean of feelings with Santer. And this baby face the baby where you're just like we're there is new infant with the mother mother with an all up. Night. This moment of separation is articulated in language, and so some people will say that the first word ever spoken is new is you know you, you count Ye count, you shall not have Sachs theorem. All right. You cannot go back to one this. You cannot go back to this Oshii on one this that used the home. And that's the first censorship because that's the first new language starts off with censorship. The very beginning of subjectivity and the very beginning of language is a new Yukon up. Do something. Okay. I'm with you. Yep, night. This creates a bit of at Lamma because the censorship this is this is a interesting thing is. Kaku back anyway because you are subject. If you back to the one this, there's new, you are the result of the separation. So as soon as I say me, I, if I went back to who'll Nisar be new me because what I am is this separation. Yeah, right. So the mystical return to Oshii onic wellness is an a sense, the terrifying dissolution of the self. So censorship says you cannot go back to that, but in a sense you can you comp go back to, but also what happens is it makes you want to because as soon as you say, knew the law, you Connaught it creates desire to transgress law so mix. What's what's prohibited look better look good. So at the very core of being human, there is a censorship on diverse core of out. Censorship is a law that says new on the desire. To transgress that on Google doc to the wom- this the have the mystical experience that. Okay, and that's just the complex. That's kind of a very basic reading of the even when you're it sounds like an Infowars segment is is just the typical stuff that Alex Jones. Yeah, always spewing. So I have, no. Like I've heard this before heard this person. Exactly. So is all it's sort of like, you know, different language to say the same thing, but yeah, I totally so. Okay. So you all humans in some way our human because there is an element of censorship in the censorship is basically the thing that makes you go, okay. This is me and that is them, and there is a lack between the two. Yeah. Okay. So so that's ubiquitous across the board every single human being? Well, I mean, there is an exception on the exception of psychosis course. What was your honesty? We actually, I think we'll come back to that in a little bit to some extent, all human beings who experienced themselves as separate entities have gone through this primary censorship. Yeah, on the thing about the censorship is it's designed to protect you from the terror of the real. It's actually designed to stop you from kind of like going back to this kind of like pre human steam. So it's actually a kind of a useful thing..

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03:52 min | 3 years ago

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"To sip when the live podcast is posted for those of you who are not local to Los Angeles, which is obviously Georgie of you, man, that there goes good. We're good. Okay. So let's really dive, let's dive and this is going to be fun and dope, and I'm excited cause it's one of the subjects that I. Don't know how to wrap my head around totally. And I have all sorts of conflicting feelings on it as a comedian as a person who believes in like elegance and being good human and all of that. So Pete, you have a smoke in hot take. Sasser ship, and I'm excited to hear it right now. Okay. Well, yeah, I'm going to kind of take a deep dive so he's you pulled me out of the who'll if I get to, I heard you, you do started literally in the most. This is the most Pete way to start. So I'm excited to see go from like the most Pete way to back up to the surface. It's exciting. Okay. Let's see where divan diago let's go the. We're gonna take our time you. You reminded me of that, which is really good. We're gonna take our time here. Try to process things. If I say anything that that you disagree with, please know that I probably discreet myself to. Okay, so you're okay. I want this important question. Obviously, it's the kind of the popular modulation all up. Should we have censorship? Should we not have censorship, but maybe we have to get right back to the core of what is the. First censorship get back to were censorship arises in philosophy. On the theory, there is this notion of primary censorship on secondary censorship or primary repression sack and repression. So I'll start with primary censorship. And this is signs weird. When you first say it, if you're doing the fundamentalists drinking game by the way, Pete did just say McCain, Ian, feel free to have a shop. Yep. The primary censorship is what it's called, the incest too, and the incest is you can't have sex with your mum. Basically, that's the that is the kind of the first censorship in this kind of theory of subjectivity that you get in continental philosophy is that on what what that means? It actually doesn't mean to have sex with your mum. People think that Freud was obsessed with his mom. You know it, the mother is a symbol. You don't think for it was obsessed with his mom a little bit? No, really? Well, a demo-. The mother is a symbol. Yeah. All right. And that's what he was getting a little bit, right? Like a little, you don't make her a symbol without being a little obsessed with her yet Louis, he felt that when he was doing analysis with people like Luda, people had issues or things were coming up their very earliest relations. Their parents. So you know whether it was him or what he was seeing on the couch. You know, it's funny did I is soon as I said that as soon as I said what I said to kinda like half challenge studio challenge you there. I saw that gift in my head of a train, just getting completely derailed. You're just getting started. And then I was like, hold on and then I just saw I saw the train the way we have to do this because I think we need a time. Yeah. Even be on the lookout, some necessary speed bumps here. So the the primary repression are the primary censorship is don't have sex with your mum on what what that means is to be a human being to be a subject is to feel yourself separate from everything else..

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04:09 min | 3 years ago

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"He you'll work you like, I love this guy that artists musicians writers. We can support people directly new. I know it's wonderful ice some friends and people, I know and the universe, a smaller might, you know, but I'm like buying him a coffee once a month. I think it's very nice thing to do, and it is changing everything. I think miss this house like this year, started a company with my friends and completely outside the industry. And when we get to make funny stuff for people and we make whatever we want, we have creative freedom within the limitations, obviously of of tight beyond all belief budget, but like we can do whatever we want, and we're supported by an audience who believes in us and then the truth is, but you can't do whatever you want because they're censorship. Exactly. And thank you. Yeah. Or jumping. Right NPR. Totally, right. So this week's podcast is on censorship because of everything that's going on with Alex Jones. And this topic was suggested by buddy named Mark FitzGerald. A gentleman from across the pond who also does podcast. I think called the fundamentalists Cape, which is funny because it sounds sounds similar, but he responded to one of my tweets about dick pics. What are your private picture of my private. He responded to a dick pic, and he was like, hey, man, why don't you try some censorship a little bit. But basically I did a tweet about people. There was an influx of people that were like asking me for dick pic like casually. Yeah, very, like. Isn't a funny to dick pic just became a word that like I don't even think of it as like two words. It's like dick pic, like it's one word, but. Like such a, I don't know, assuming familiarity kind of thing where, oh, he's doing. But yeah, it's a funny thing. So anyway, we're doing. I was like, don't anyway. It's don't. Please don't ever. But anyway, so fun. It was a fun tweet and he responded like talk about censorship, and it's great idea here we are before we do that. Let's do a little bit of housekeeping. Now we're getting another group, everybody Pete, do you have an interest and doing a live events? I would love to live events in what are your? Where do you? What do you think we should? I think we should do something in Los Angeles. Okay. We should offer people free alcohol with their ticket. Okay. Okay. I think we should have maybe a special gas maybe may really literally. Maybe we have to say we were. We were talking about a special gas. We were very excited about, but they have dropped diet for anybody, unforeseen circumstances that led to them not being there and so that's disappointing, but it's a potentially Elliott and I won't go either. So that might. That's an upside for people the wake up and be like our. Oh, and people have asked by the way with this event about like tickets being available or being held or reserved for certain people who are traveling from like other countries and stuff like that. If you happen to be that person, there's people here saying traveling from other countries, yes, to come to the fundamentalists event. Look, I can't. We we've met, I can't. I couldn't ever. I'm sure. I can't imagine. It's because of us. You may. Well, that's not. It's people, it's it's a fun live in fun times. But if you are that person, we're not going to sell out because we should just go ahead and say, it's a huge place. When you get there, if you have not gotten tickets yet your will fit you in what we will say is tickets are selling FOSS, but there are still a few left. Yes, which means which are left lend you're going to be fine. But if you are about coming, it's August twenty ninth. It's at central avenue church in Glendale, California, and it's going to be very laid back. It's going to be very fun. It's going to be very informal, and it's gonna be doing a podcast answering questions hanging out, and it's an old Baptist church, which is really cool, and I'm really excited about it and central avenue. Church itself is fantastic church and Aaron who is the pastor. There is amazing and he's letting us do event, and it's, it's all very exciting. So if you are thinking about coming, please buy a ticket so we know how much beer and wine..

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