15 Episode results for "Alex Moore"

The Mighty Mangrove

Short Wave

13:34 min | Last week

The Mighty Mangrove

"You're listening to shortwave. From NPR. Today, we're going to talk about a swamp creature, a gnarled thing that lives partially submerged in salt water and mud. But this creature isn't scary. It's actually quite beautiful. It's a mangrove tree, and it's got some pretty cool superpowers. For starters, it grows on coastlines, in salty waters that would kill most other trees, but not the mighty mangrove. They are able to effectively excrete the salt out of their cells. So they're like sweating salt. Yeah, effectively they are. You can find really cool pictures online of the leaves that just have these little like salt crystals on the surface of the leaves. Wow. Alex Moore's studies these salt sweating trees in American Samoa around the world mangroves only grow close to the equator. They love tropical and subtropical coastlines in places like Indonesia, Mozambique, and Brazil. In the U.S., they're in Florida. In many of these places, mangroves are under threat, which should alarm everyone because these trees have another critical superpower. They suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and trap it in soil and sediment. They're wicked good at it. By some estimates, mangroves can store 5 times more carbon than forests on land. And the secret to the superpower lies in mangroves most eye catching feature, something most trees keep underground. Their roots. They have like a relatively thin trunk, and then off of those trunks you have sort of this network of smaller root systems that you can see above ground that are called prop roots. Yeah, like these gnarly roots almost like something from Lord of the Rings. Yeah. These so called prop roots form a dense tangled network. They look almost like giant Ness. And in a certain way, they are because a lot of species grow up in the protection of the mangrove forest. Alex says mangrove forests are almost like a city, lots of animals live in them, fish, turtles birds, even crocodiles and sharks. So you can have a mangrove tree that is maybe just like an apartment building. And then you can have the mangrove ecosystem that is really more of the city that is made up of a lot of these different kinds of buildings. And these mangrove ecosystems, they have a big role to play in protecting the people and animals that live by them. So today on the show, we talk about the marvels of mangroves, the critical role they play in fighting climate change and what's threatening them. I'm Maria godoy, you're listening to shortwave for NPR. This message comes from NPR sponsor Wells Fargo, as a seasoned small business owner, you need checking that fits your complex individual business needs. Wells Fargo's small business checking offers greater efficiency and control over daily finances so you can focus on running your business. Plus, access to advanced online banking tools and local bankers dedicated to understanding your financial needs, all so you can bank without messing a beat. More at Wells Fargo dot com. Wells Fargo Bank NA member FDIC Alex Moore is a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University. They've dedicated their whole career to studying mangroves, and Alex thinks mangroves are underappreciated superheroes of the environment. They just don't get the attention that say a coral reef or a tropical rainforest does. I think one reason that they tend to be less well known is because they're not really thought of as places that are super hospitable for people. There can be a really tricky system to navigate and physically. You tend to have a lot of different species that are actually quite dangerous. They seem dangerous, dangerous. Why? Well, I mean, dangerous just in terms of any number of ways, actually. So one is that the sort of platform that you're walking on across these spaces is not super solid and stable. Then if you are a person who is prone to spraining your ankles, that is very likely to occur. Right here. If you want to walk in those areas, but other things are just like they harbor lots of different kinds of species that are actually quite dangerous. Okay, so they're like complex superheroes like Batman. They have tricky backstories. They're like floods and climate change, but to hang out with sharks. And reptiles. But not all the residents of that mangrove apartment building are shady. These trees also provide shelter for fish, crab, snails, and other animals. So you have these habitats that tend to act as refuges for a species to come into. When they're vulnerable, they tend to grow in those spaces for long periods of time and then move out of those spaces when they become bigger. Sharks nurse in these habitats as well. So there's lots of different things that happen across a mangrove system. Okay, so you have like crabs and sharks and fish coming and sort of growing up in these mangroves because they're protected by these giant gnarly roots. And then once they're big enough to fend for themselves, they leave. Yep. That's exactly what happens. That's cool. Okay, so it's like a protective. It's like school. You know, they grow up and they learn to be strong and then they leave. I like that. But mangroves, they're not just protecting animals, right? They're also protecting people from floods. How does that work? So the prop roots of these mangrove trees will basically slow down waves that come across these coastal regions and it's called wave attenuation. And so that wave speed wave velocity, all of those things decrease as they come across these mangrove systems. And as they lose that energy, they then are less likely to damage and impact communities that live near or just beyond mangrove spaces. Is it just because the roots are so big, they're essentially forming like a wall like sandbags do for some places? Yeah. And very much a very similar way. So it's because they're big, but it's also because these trees tend to grow and really dense numbers. So because they have so many of them within a small area, they're also really working together to really cause that attenuation that then helps prevent damage that you might see along the coastlines due to tropical storms or other flooding incidents. So we're talking about flood protection, which is obviously important to the communities that live close to mangroves. But mangoes actually have a big role to play globally in protecting everyone. I've actually heard them called super trees. Do you think they deserve that title? I mean, I think they do. And so if we're talking about things that sort of a global scale, I think one of the most important and maybe underrated functions that mangrove systems perform is they do a lot of carbon sequestration. So they take a lot of that carbon dioxide that's in the atmosphere and it becomes a part of their the bodies of the trees because they use that carbon to build their tree structures and then over time when their leaves fall and land within the soil, they then get buried in the soil. So basically these trees are sucking the carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and trapping it. Yes. So these ecosystems, they store a lot of carbon in amounts of their disproportionate to the size of these ecosystems. And so this is one of the ways that people are thinking on a global scale of how we can try to mitigate climate change. And so we need more mangroves. We definitely need more mangroves. In fact, many scientists say mangroves are a critical tool in the fight against climate change, but they don't seem to be a big part of the conversation for most people. And sadly, mangroves continue to disappear, which is pretty bad news because when they're cut down, they release that carbon they've been storing into the atmosphere. So among the biggest threats to mangroves currently are mostly human induced. The biggest one these days is really land conversion. So the majority of mayor of losses that we see across the globe are due to converting once was a mangrove into usually aquaculture spaces. So fish farming and shrimp farming that kind of thing. Yeah. So those are really, really big. And then the other one is actually climate change itself. One of the things that tends to be the most significant negative impact across these systems is sea level rise. These systems, even though they are well adapted to these wet conditions, they can't keep up with the pace. So basically they are adapted to salty water, but they're not adapt. The waters are rising too fast. The waters are right thing too fast. And you know, insofar as you can be adapted to having salt within your system that you are able to excrete. If you can't get oxygen, you can't grow. So let's talk about your research in American Samoa. What are you hoping to learn scientifically about the mangrove ecosystem there? So I am interested in going into these mangrove habitats and trying to understand what different animals play different roles within that environment. And so in order to do that, I basically set up cages across these landscapes and the cages prevent certain species from accessing areas of this environment. And so I can measure how healthy is this space with some of these species present and now comparing it to the health of the space when these species are absent to see what happens. Okay, so we want to see how these animals what are they doing to the city? How are they really contributing it to it? And will the man group fall apart if you take them out? My hope is that it doesn't, but the reality is that it would be good for us to know because the world is changing. And so we should be aware of what the impacts of those changes might be. Okay. But so we're talking about mangroves, but you're not just studying trees you're actually also studying the people who live around them your interviewing them. What does that work look like? My goal has always been to understand the system in terms of all of the parts that are really important to it. All environments are influenced by the communities of people that live within them and live near them. And I think it's important to make sure we include these people in the work that we're doing. And so in my work, that looks like meeting with community members who live around these mangrove spaces to understand how do they value these ecosystems? How do they use these ecosystems? What are their thoughts about how they are being managed or how they should be managed and the goal in all of these conversations is really to build up a clear understanding of how people feel and to see if the ways that they value the systems of the ways that they traditionally use those systems can be helpful and included in the ways that we manage and restore them. So not only thinking about the science in terms of how we can serve and restore, but also thinking about the social and cultural values and uses that could also be really helpful in informing our restoration and conservation practice. Has it changed your outlook as a scientist at all? I mean, I think that a lot of times when you come into a community as a researcher, there's a lot of trepidation because they have maybe had previous negative experiences with people who say that they do conservation. One thing that can make these kinds of things really challenging is the scale. So climate change is sort of a big scale longer term effort, whereas trying to find space to build a house for your family is quite immediate. So you have to really be thinking about what are the tradeoffs across the different kinds of approaches and choices you might be making. And so I think that I would say what I have learned the most is less about what it means to do the science and more about what it means to be a scientist as a person communicating with other people and just trying to find where you have overlapping values overlapping interests and the ways that you can help each other. And I don't think that's something we are taught to do as scientists, but I think it's really important to do as people engaging in work with other community members. Alex, thank you for this really truly fascinating conversation about mangroves. Absolutely. It was my pleasure. This episode was produced by Burley McCoy, edited by Sarah Saracen and fact checked by indie Kara and Margaret sereno. 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APG 489  Underwater Wing Walker

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

2:56:10 hr | Last month

APG 489 Underwater Wing Walker

"Pilot of you from all side of the golden door. It's the guy airline pilot guy episode four hundred eighty nine senior. You're listening to the airline pilot guy. Show the view from our side of the cockpit door with your host capital jet broadcasting live from studio one aim at apd headquarters in lake burton georgia. Today show is recorded on the fourteenth of timber. twenty twenty one In today's episode a flight skids off the end of the runway and province town sending seven people to the hospital. Cathay pacific is closing. Its base in london. More news your feedback and today's plane tail. Still waiting for help still praying. So get all settled in freight gables and seek facts and the white unlocked positions electronic devices powered on. I'm radio. invite forty nine is ready for back. Thank you radio roger. He's an award winning tv and radio reporter currently the number one all news station in the nation ten ten wins in. Welcome to the airline pilot guys. Show tonight aviation podcast covering the latest in aviation news answering your great feedback. I'm captain jeff. A pilot of a major legacy airline based in atlanta g a and joining me today from her lakeside studio and south. She's a doctor skydiver. Marathon runner strength training junkie. Ibm connoisseur and commercial multi engine instrument rated backstabbing jumper dumper. Dr staff captain jeff. It is so nice diseases evening looking forward to a great job. I'm looking forward to it as well. Now where Not joined by captains nick and rick today. But we're gonna make most of and liz is here so pretty much the team so i think it's going to be okay with that the eh team from the team from canada. Say a all the time. Oh the e. h. a. Just let's do some news on us. Okay this happened just a few days. Few days ago Province town plane crash. Victims suffered burns and broken bones from boston twenty-five news actually i think that There was a. I think we have three articles here. And i liked the second one a little bit better so this is From wc be in cape cod or wherever they're from Federal investigators arrived at a wooded area near province town municipal airport friday after a cape air. Flight skit off. The runway crashed the faa said. The twin engine cessna 4:02 went off the end of the runway while attempting to land province town municipal airport around four pm k. A cape said all six passengers and the pilot were taken to a cape cod hospital Let's see an. Ntsb investigator arrived at the scene on friday. The wreckage is expected to be recovered. Saturday and taken to a facility for further examination. The ntsb said the investigator will document the scene and examine the aircraft radar data weather information air traffic control communication airplane maintenance records and the pilots medical records will also be collected Passenger said the plane was attempting land when it ran into trouble. Here's a quote from one of the passengers. I have no idea if the runway was slick. Or not i know it was not slowing down. And he lifted off again and we went through trees and stuff. That's according to autumn. Care mother of two and a geriatric nurse from toledo ohio. Who was with her friend. Heather on the flight should not nice to call her. I don't know why they had to pick on her age. Really i mean that's kind of unfair You know no wait a minute. I think she takes care of okay. Well i don't think that sentenced by you have the The the doctor here sentence structure was not very good. I think you'd agree. I concur right. We have three concurrence She said pardon me as it. Five out of six doctors concur out of six. Counters can recommend crest toothpaste. She said people then started to go out the back of the plane but she struggled to get her seat belt off. She found her way to an exit to escape. As flames. spread cares. Said she suffered second degree burns on her legs and hands. I'm really grateful to be here to see my husband and go home. She said. I don't want to fly home. I want to be good enough to drive or rather ride and the town manager. Alex moore said that the weather caused the crash at the airport on the tip of cape cod. Apparently is an accident Certified accident investigator knows things he does. He's the mayor. Is that what he was. Well yeah so there. You go manager manager the manager. Maybe they don't have mayors thankfully it wasn't a high impact crash and there are no fatalities he said The lady autumn care said that despite the rough weather in the area she felt no turbulence on the flight from logan airport to the province town. Airport must be a short flight. Yeah although they said it was about an hour that seems long to me but then they don't go that long. And i know but it's not that far away Let's do a quick search here. It's on cape cod. Maybe it was like one of those things is blocked for an hour. So set in our lights light. Thirty nine nautical miles. Yeah thirty nine miles. Yeah no it doesn't take an hour to do unless there's a lot of factoring or departure procedures or once you get out of the boston i wouldn't. I wouldn't imagine so. No i don't think so now. If you're going the other direction boarded the plane was an hour before some says although this is what happened to me at the gatehouse the And there i think this is part of their script. But i think that somebody should change it because they'll say the flying time today To boston is two hours. Twenty minutes. And i'm thinking no that's the block. It's not the flying time. And so i'm sure that i get a lot of you. Know cocked heads in the airplane. When i'm doing my Welcome aboard pa. And i say our actual flying time today is one hour and forty five minutes. Let him do. They are wheels up two wheels down. Yeah well. I don't like to say that but anyway you do me and electronic devices powered on. That's right as long as they have their electronic devices powered on. I'm good anyway. Just information about products town it some. Would you stuff before you do that. Could you tell us a little of information about province down. I would like to ask. Captain jeff thank looks like the just clicked on the wrong thing Reasonably short runway. Three thousand five hundred two feet it is right on the coast there on the cape Basically right as the cape comes all the way around to the end of the pointer the hook. That's where it is. It looks like just based on the picture that we have in the news articles where the aircraft has come to rest on the far side of a road in the trees that they were probably landing on runway seven and if they were not able to stop in time they would've gone off the cross that road into the trees But i really don't have a lot more information than that y- on the the any of the weather information other whether in rainy yeah like badly before the incident afterwards and like all day long. It's been raining quite a bit. Do you have any information about the The the runway surface. Is it a grooved or give me just a friction overlay or anything like that. That may have helped. yeah good. Asphalt is just asphalt so probably not grooved. It's a it's a regional airport thirty five hundred feet right. Probably not likely that would have anything helpful like that. I wouldn't think so so. I'm guessing wrong but i don't think sounds to me like Good possibility here that there was some major hydroplaning going on potentially and believed that the winds were generally out of the south and they were landing to the northeast so there may have been a little bit of a tailwind component as well Let's see there was another on this third let's see. I'm looking for a quote a from another passenger. Yeah i can't find it anyway. Yeah so Not good of course. They're gonna be doing their investigation to what the probable cause is but it certainly sounds like without further information that Just bad weather or a little bit of tailwind may be very wet. Runway airplane was not slowing down and the pilot went ahead and basically initiated ago around one they determined or he or she determined that they couldn't stop and as we've talked about here that's not really the best idea and they end up hit hitting us some trees and crashing so yeah so that all sounds very plausible to me. Yeah we'll see we will see for sure okay. Did you show any of those overlays. I wasn't looking at the okay. Thank you Let's move onto this next item. Cathay pacific to close the london pilot base and review Other or to review united states paces. This is from reuters and Starts by saying hong kong's cathay pacific airways ltd will close. Its london pilot base review. The last remaining overseas bases in the united states The closure comes after cathay put the london-based under review in july and shut basis in australia new zealand canada and germany this year and a bed to focus operations in hong kong where pilots have taken permanent pay cuts to retain jobs the london based pilots. Many of whom had not been flying since april. Twenty twenty will be offered a redundancy or the opportunity to move to hong kong. Cathy said in a statement. The decision is not one. We've taken lightly and does not reflect on the professionalism of the pilots based in london. The airline added Cathay said that it would review its us. Bases later in the year has the third time. We've heard that that's declined to say how many jobs were affected in june. Kathy resume recruiting pilots with hong kong residency rights as part of its medium to long-term planning even though much of its sleet has been parked. Because of the pandemic july it reported the fall of ninety. Eight point four percent in passenger numbers from this founding. Yeah i guess oh no. Twenty twenty from owning twenty nineteen or. Maybe it was this july corresponding to doesn't really say way. It's probably accurate. So i guess we can safely say a huge drop in pal numbers Let's see attributing the drop too tight border controls but it's air cargo. Business has performed better than before the pandemic. Now we have somebody near and dear to the ab g One of our roving correspondents We of course referring to the wonderful nigel demery and he has some experience With the company cathay pacific having flown for them for a number of years and so Let's hear what nigel has to say about this. Hello a pg crew and community especially mica the main men this is home co nacho. The riches news articles says it all really and the outcome is much as i outlined six months ago in. Ap g. for sixty two. Hey stay with us. You can listen to that later. Cafe pacific airways is still in a dire position lost one billion. Us dollars in the first six months of this year. The share priciest two thirds of what it was when i joined the airline in nineteen eighty eight some latino thirty three years ago please don't ask what the relative value of my personal shares are worth dot trouble with cafes it's got no domestic market what actually see. Hong kong has got no domestic market. Unlike the usa for example cathay for six months carried only five percent of the passengers that they'd carried pre pandemic flights to and from china. Okay but the main problems are that international travel restrictions in quarantine still very limiting for example. I'm double vaccinated living here in the uk. And if i took a passenger flight back to hong kong. I'd have to spend three weeks in quarantine who wants to do that. The crew who so and this is a big limitation generally have to spend two weeks in quarantine if they fly with other passengers. Another problem of the low vaccination rate in hong kong any fifty percent of the hong kong. Chinese gun often got themselves fully vaccinated. That means they're still tight. Seychelle distancing rules and Although they currently do have low case numbers after their third wave last winter. Hong kong is still very restricted. Looking at of my friends who are on the bang triple seven still pilots in hong kong. Which actually would be the same. If the k. basis operating on average they haven't flown triple seven of the lost fourteen months. Big problem for cathay freights pretty positive. However it's still only half the level it was prepaid endemic another downside. The navy saw is that trained one hundred ten captains over to the bowling to do the freighter and about eighty of them quit or they being laid off or they some of the base pilot. The reuters news article talks about so they've lost eighty out of one hundred. Ten captains from the bullet. Point of view is much point him returning hong kong. If you're on a base you've always needed expedite lances if you're somebody like me. Hong kong in twenty twenty one was the second most expensive city for an expert to live in the world. By the way it was beaten by ashkhabad. Which is in turkmenistan. which. I can't even pronounce. Housing for example is sieber expensive funeral even a half decent place. It super super expensive. You gotta put your kids into international goose. Say basically most experts wouldn't leave their home country especially if they go from base back in hong kong. They gotta go into the new hong kong contract which is already said is about one third count in basic salary and they expect allowance is gone in short. If you're a base and the base folds you're going to stay in your home based country 'cause it's probably offering job opportunities now. The problem is to be a pilot in hong kong. You need to be opponent resident and a lot of base products may not have been there for seven years in hong kong so therefore they don't qualify for permanent residency. Few look at it from hong kong's point of view. They're probably about three hundred. Hong kong pilots who need jobs got laid off last year. There the aches cafe dragon pilots for example and also the second officers got laid off from cathay under seniority redundancy. Rules the now hiring Some of those x. cafe dragon odyssey's drake tintri. I officers bypass problem with. That is the cathay pacific second officers. Who be waiting. Maybe six years to get an f. o. Slot and maybe got five thousand six as expense there being bypassed by direct entry f. o.'s the political situation in hong kong is not improved for example. I know full people in prison. Who there because of the new security law that you probably read about. These people like students who were throwing firebombs at the police. This is the equivalent of the opposition party. I- republicans if you're in america or here labor. They been done for plotting to overthrow the government. Actually all they're trying to do is a k. Where we're gonna put our resources at to maximize our chances in the next election. They have been proven guilty yet but they put him in prison under the security law. And guess what there's no bail said. Just sit there for a year and we'll think about taking you to court in years time. This whole political situation has led to an exodus of hong kong citizens and One figure is at ninety thousand of left in the last year. That's actually a hong kong vigor which is about one percent of the population and myself. I've assisted one friend that anew twenty years ago come and resettle their family in the uk here if you view the Reuters obstacle mystically. The pilots have got feed. The famish. says they're going to work elsewhere. Take the best job guy and also airlines have to survive otherwise they can't offer jobs to pilots anyway so i'm afraid Some aspects of grown bars really are still digging deep in hurting hard. Thanks to give me the opportunity to put another perspective on the boring. These article wasn't boring to me. This is hong kong najah wishing you safe travels now. thank you. Very much Nigel that really helps put things in perspective gives us a lot more detail about what's happening there with the base closures at cathay and i don't think it's boring at all i think it's illustrative of Just how things are very different in different parts of the world. I think here in the us. We're kind of insulated against all of that drew. We haven't been doing a lot of international travel but There's certainly things are comparatively relatively open and our domestic Travel situation is definitely. On the rebound. It's just interesting to hear how many restrictions are still in place in other places. Yes i agree thanks again. Nigel and main man. Mike for suggesting that we cover this news item and suggesting that nigel. Give his thoughts about a team I mean this is mike show. Isn't it well. Well according to leo laporte exactly exactly and you're doing a fine job mica. Yeah we do let's see. What are we going to skip. See staffed we're gonna make sense Color save that one for one. Rick is with us Let's go to d. and this is let's see yesterday and as you'll. At are seventy two was lifted by extreme wins over one hundred and forty eight kilometers per hour. Eighty knots while parking at marina airport. A nice marring. Okay said letting okay. I don't know that airport in the brazilian state of borana barra. I don't know the border with don't know yeah Let's see On wednesday september eight the regional airport of hinga registered. Oh it's registered strong winds of nearly one hundred and fifty kilometers per hour. Bronx eighty eighty one. Not something like that. According to meteorological reports the brazilian state of arana is currently facing a cold front associated with an extra extra tropical scion cycle. Not just a regular tropical cycle extra tropical cyclone. This has led to extreme winds heavy rain and thunderstorms yesterday. One of these strong winds caught a parked as you'll eighty are seventy seventy-two registration papa. Romeo tango kilo juliet. We can see how the wind is slowly moving the aircraft and at six propellers on several videos on social media The regional newspaper you. Oh l. got a statement from marina airport which stated that as azoulay had to cancel a flight to soft hollow company campinas international airport due to the storm it added. The aircraft was alone without passengers. Due to these circumstances faced by the strong winds the airplane entered into a preventative maintenance routine to check for possible failures. as we'll put all the passengers on subsequent flights now there was a some tweets and some videos taken in a believe. I have one all set up for us to take a gander at and we're going to hit this thing here. Add stream okay. There we see the incident airplane. And now we're not getting any audio hang on. Let me see if i can fix that. Okay here we go. Sounds probably about Airplanes listening to the side while simply getting stronger all right. Let's ninety two mile an hour winds for those who don't do not sandra kilometers per hour will who doesn't do knots or kilometers per hour. Come on i don't know somebody will. Yes yeah that's very high winds Hurricane category wins and Probably is that a cat too. I think yes. Yeah two hundred miles. An hour is category three. To just under catchy. Oh just under three so Yeah i have some fun with that and got a little sound clip from The wizard of us. Dorothy now but it just. That's the first thing. I thought of when i was looking at the video. Abbas thinking of the movie and the torah the yeah the twister in the wizard of us anyway. Category to ninety six miles an hour to one hundred ten oh okay so confidently almost category. Two wins another. Is there myself. Yeah all right Very good so that was an interesting predicament. But i guess the airplanes obviously are meant to you know be in high winds Maybe not generally not on the ground on the ground. No definitely not anyway. Anything else about here. Too said that I guess it looks like the airplanes going to be okay. It's just gonna take it out for be taken out of service just to do some checks just to make sure i think that's very reasonable did is okay. Let's move on this one. He a pilot uses their flight path to spell. Never forget across nor cal. Skies twenty years after september eleventh attacks and this is from the k. c. r. a. dot com. And i think casey are isn't that sacramento california e at this looks like he was in sacramento. Very good at that. Oh look at that. Yeah sure enough let's see. Do we have yet were of showing that overlay vacaville california. I used to live in back of bill. Actually in nashville not vacaville call it vacaville california but baca probably would the be the correct spanish fronts however they pronounce it vodka's cao so cow town. Basically a pilot northern california used as flightpaths saturday to spell at the words never forget. I decide that major. Christopher price has been serving in the air airforce since two thousand and three price aren't his wings at the nut tree airport in his hometown of vacaville just a week before he was shipped off to basic training. I've actually found out Nut tree airport in a long easy With a fellow interesting air force officer. When i was out there Price took off from nut trees saturday morning at ten forty five. Am landed two hours. Twenty two minutes later there was no smoke from the plane but the win. The words are visible by looking at the flight. Path tweeted by flight. Radar twenty four. The path started in vacaville and took the pilot north to the qaluza area before turning around when i need time to unwind go flying in my airplane that i built price told. Casey are a three about the experience. So that was my goal today to just unwind and reflect the inspiration for the tribute came from the newly released. Netflix documentary turning point which price and his wife. Katie watched on friday night last night. When we were sitting there watching the documentary. I drew up the flight plan. Andrew all the letters and thought this is something i could do. It would give me time to think and give something back to say we're still thinking of you. Price spent nearly a decade on the ground serving in afghanistan and iraq before he would go on to become an officer and the military pilot he now lives in vacaville with his wife and their three children very cool nice tribute yes. he has. Excellent penmanship had say and that will do it for our part one news segment and that means get get ready for those lyrics liz. Okay you're all ready to go so let me hit this getting to know us get into long long. Lobau you get into like you get into you like me. Getting to know you pudding at my way bananas. Slee you precise leahy. It is a little bit too high for me my cup of tea. Somebody mentioned that on the last show. He said that's the way too high for me. Becky is a little bit of out of out of jeff's range and it's a it's a little bit it's like if i tried to drop down an octave. It doesn't work either so it doesn't matter what what ki- they put it in it would be out of my range. Oh yeah okay all right. Well that is the time of our show where we get together and talk about what's been happening with each of us between episode so staff No it hasn't been that walesa with you at had been. What was that That tuesday that we recorded last week. Maybe yeah that was like a week ago. Okay okay so i i. I would suppose that a lot of things. A lot of stuff has happened between alan with you. Things have happened kind of a nice segue from that last new segment about the september eleventh tribute in the pilot i went to Would up to rhode island for the weekend actually Y rhode island. You ask will. Boys y rhode island by asks. Thank you thank you for asking to let me tell you. Okay to rhode island. Because i was participating in a relay Along with two of my dear friends who do a lot of running. Also my youngest brother Organized by a friend of ours who Just basically this was the second. Annual edition of this relates starts in boston and ends up in santa monica california over my thirty six days. Something along those lines so last year. We did it in october. We went out to New mexico and as it already arizona a year not quite start a little earlier this year because we wanted to do it. More as a fundraising event for first responders firefighters bomb police officers that type of thing so the the at least the beginning of the really this year went from firehouse. Firehouse new england and so that was really nice We flew into boston on saturday morning. But my flight path took me directly over new york. City Sorry prompt to update some sort of program running in the background. I don't want to do that right now. That's not good timing But our flight path from charlotte up to boston to kosugi steward new york city and it was nine o'clock in the morning and it was crystal clear amazing day and that just felt on september eleventh so that felt kind of a weird yeah it was somber you know and of course no one else had their window shades open. I think probably myself in the pilots were the only people on the airplane looking down and kind of reflecting being contemplated I almost wish the pilots had made the announcement Because it was it was so clear it was really a pretty beautiful day So it was kind of interesting and then But it with my my brother and my friends in boston. And we basically dumped in a rental car and drove down to providence rhode island where we took part in the afternoon and evening. Each of us running they were from six miles to. I think the longest segment was nine and a half miles But iran two segments member ran to segment so we both do close to seventeen miles for long runs and then we spent the following day we went to the beaver. Tails state park Which was it's pretty close to newport rhode island so we went there first and had a lunch right on the water. It was very windy. It was like thirty not sustained winds not as not as windy as it was in that town in brazil with the aircraft being lifted up off the yeah but still felt pretty breezy and had nice thick. Most of us had lobster rolls. Because i mean when enrolls right yeah and then went over and kind of explored. The state parks really need. It had the kind of very rocky shorelines tide pools and old white house. Low museum talking about some of the white house features small aquarium. That didn't seem to have many native species in it. They were all from somewhere else but there is really nice afternoon. An nice did spend time with friends and family. And that's aside from work. Basically what i did for the weekend all right very good. Yeah i ran like. I don't know twenty miles or something like that so yeah well very well no i don't i don't run anymore walking though. Yeah i do walk. Yeah it's been a while since i've walked though. I haven't been very good about that lately. you can. yes all right what have you been up to. Well hasn't been thanks for asking a trip last week. What days like wednesday through friday. I think that's right. Yeah and Yeah i Day was nice and easy one leg from atlanta to asheville north carolina. Not a long flights like thirty. Nine minute flight. I think and Met up with cheryl and her fiance. Chris for lunch in asheville at rosetta 's kitchen which is a really good vegetarian restaurant. Yup okay. I have not been there and it was nice and we got to talk a lot. Get i learned a lot about cheryl and her fiance and you know what she does and her interest in aviation and like. I said she told me to tell everybody. High on the crew and chris and let's see then we During the evening with giga well. I did Liz i Went back to the first. I'd already coordinated A meet up with my first officer and he said He knew exactly what he was. Going to nashville. He's said i'm going to wicked. We'd yup and First officer already. He's great and His name is michael. Michael brubaker and acme orlands And so i met him downstairs. At five o'clock we blocked overdue wicked. We'd brewing and not only do. They have awesome beer but they have really good food to good really crowded It was it was a decent crowded and we in fact we were lucky to find a space of the bar. I believe and then. I we walk back to the hotel and a little bit later on because jordan couldn't meet earlier in the day We Met in the lobby of the hotel and I'd send you know. Just be hanging out at the bar. Which is kind of a common thread for me for some reason Anyway and so. I i ordered myself a beer and was waiting for him to arrive and then he came up and said you know. Just tell the bartender whatever you want and he. He was drinking club soda. I'm thinking maybe this doesn't drink. And then i realized his he's twenty years old. He's not drinking it and yeah so that's why A really really nice young man. He calls himself. Jj from ashville. We got a lot of datus jj from pittsburgh jj not pittsburgh in then jj from national and Anyway he told me that he used to work at the airport for For acne a separate company but doing the ground handling that kind of thing and that he is still wanting to stay connected to the aviation industry is not presently working at the airport but He does have plans to to pursue a career in aviation so anyway very impressive. Young gentlemen and I'm sure that he's going to have an an amazing career in amazing life. So very nice guy so That was the the first day the trip wednesday and then the next day Really really hard day go asheville to atlanta and then atlanta to dayton ohio. Again a relatively short point. Yeah it was tough manage. We were in a blood before eleven o'clock in the morning listeners. Have i mentioned before that. I think i'm in the wrong field like you. Halley you have. And i've i've agreed with that And have encouraged you to think about anyway. so i got to meet up with A an ap g. community member listener. Paul verhagen or haagen He lives in the cincinnati area. Yeah and he drove up to dayton and learned that drive. No it's really not. I think he lives on the north side of town anyway so i think it was just You know ran an hour. Maybe just a little under that and He told me about the fact that has quite a bit of family history in dayton. I think that he lived there or his family did and his dad was a doctor and one of the big hospitals there and he was telling me all kinds of interesting stuff about dayton and growing up there and stuff so We went over to smokin barbecue Which is a really good Barbecue place there in dayton. If you're ever do you ever there should check it out. And so we had a nice lunch and He said that he had communicated with You steph about getting together. Some time and i think he has met up with Rick in cincinnati. So just good guy. We'll make it happen some posh to oshkosh twenty nine. Let's ga so It was nice seeing Paul look forward to seeing him again and then the next day was going to be a really tough day. We're gonna go to atlanta. And i was going to have to go all the way out to des moines iowa back as how terrible for you two are scheduled and So i was in the On on the day to From the hotel to the i mean from the airport to the hotel in dayton. I got a telephone call. And i answered it and said dea and he said hey. This is so and so for. He's a management pilot and he said that He was wondering if i wouldn't mind Selling him or him buying my last two legs of my trip. The des moines turnaround. Did you think about it. Not very long actually say well here let me Because i'm in the van and michael's right in front of me in half to confer with my first officer to make sure it's okay with this very considerate and he. Yeah i guess so Yeah just one leg back on friday morning to atlanta so that was a easy peasy trip for sure nice and good weather and all that so it was wonderful if they get all be like that man. I do this all the time anyhow. oh pardon me. Oh yeah later. That night we did the part two with With rick and got that all knocked out. Oh yeah thank you. Liz is telling me all the stuff that i never wrote down in this little something else for myself too but keep going okay other thing at the end or will book So the She was making the point that you did a lot of singing. Jeff end you sang in a An evening prayer service for To cannock remember the the fallen in the september eleventh attacks in two thousand one and it was really nice we we had a small group of of singers and musicians. And i think we we did at justice and it was very solomon and it was a nice to sing in that then the next day i sang at the vigil mass on saturday and then on sunday a couple of masses and my standard thing and then Ended up coming back here up here to the cabinet on monday. So that's it pretty much. All i've done i've heard a little birdie In my ear. Not liz different birdie Told me some exciting news. Tom catalino who i believe is a patron Has just i'm sorry. He said that he joined us. Yeah i've met up with tom. Catalino several times in the syracuse area. He just passed his private check. Ride so that definitely calls for this little sound clip here. That says applause atomic. I think it wasn't that long ago that we were. I think was in june or something like that. He had his first solo. So that's pretty. That's pretty quick. Yeah now she said hopefully not what she said. Hopefully i right anyway and then Just reminder there is a meet up Scheduled for october. Now in fargo north dakota and they're gonna be Meeting at the fargo jet center on saturday. October ninth twelve pm. And then they're going to have lunch at the Shack on broadway located near the fargo airport with possible trip to the fargo air museum as a family friendly event for those interested in attending. Please direct message. kelly on slack or you can send an email to us here at the. Ap g. a feedback at airline pilots dot. Com will relay the information to kelly. And he said if you're flying in please let him know your tail number of your airplane and head count so he can tell the fbi. How many touchdowns are needed and the restaurant. How many seats are gonna need and Yeah so there you go Right folks as well. Yes i did forget to i. Is that everything on. Your notes allows gonna mention. Nick would have done this He would mention the fargo. Meet up and a therapist. Sorry fargo was the other one fair. Oaks is confusing to me the earth. yes The fair oaks. Meet up in woking On the twenty fifth of september. The hanger cafe fair ups airport woking in surrey which by the way on slack. They're talking about the fact that Farrukh says Very close to the headquarters from for mclaren racing team the formula one team and By the way. This past sunday One of their drivers won the And actually they're one and two mclaren drivers ricardo danny ricardo From australia was Position one one the thing and then landau norris who i believe is also from okay but i know that maclaren's mocking They he took in second position and botas From the mercedes team. I was not enough one podcasts or but one of the one of the us who are never going to watch it The reason why. I mentioned it. Is that dan ricardo when he wins a podium He takes the champagne at the very end and pours it into his racing shoe and then he drinks from the shoe the champagne and they have a call that a shui and so somebody in the in the slide group said neck. Are we going to expect a shui from you. So i put in my little comment. Shui shoe shoe weekly. So i'm hoping that somebody will have a shoe and some champagne for For nick let us down. Please don't let us down anyway. So that's what. I wanted to say about video that and also Let's talk about last episodes. Cover art. Liz you wanna throw that up there. Okay i need. And it was episode. Four eighty eight and the title of the of the episode very interesting title Let's see what was it. Vodka burner dot and runaway runway gopher. And so that was the an obviously self explanatory the cover art there the Aleutian or some type of russian airplane with a couple of Vodka bottles Igniting and a groundhog popping up from the runway. As saying was that very cute nice job neck on the cover art and we also have some feedback from nick. But before we go to nick. We're gonna talk to steph again. Because she remembered something that she forgot to tell us about. I did do some flying Just a little bit. Unfair evening yeah. Demo jumped to of course nick goes what's demo. Well demonstration parachute. Jump so It was the it was the first home game for the local high school football team very close to a drop zone and they wanted to have someone parachute in with a with an american flag while they played the national anthem. So i was the pilot for that event Very good actually Surprisingly even though this was only like six miles away from the drop zone so he take off and head over there. It's like a three minute flight. Fairmount coordination Outside of the bravo. But you still have to have permission. there's some paperwork that's submitted to the physio and then you have to call in our advance and make sure that they have it and it still proved they can accommodate it with the workload Then apparently the paperwork didn't get submitted correctly so there was some scrambled trying to email. That last minute said well. I have here in my hand. Says it's stamped approved the well. We didn't get like well. I'm glad that columbia didn't talk to charlotte. But apparently that's another story entirely but we got all squared away and Yeah had a very nice demonstration just one jumper dumped the flag into high school and that all went well is beautiful night for it. Calm wind Very clear and it looked like everyone enjoyed it. Calm winds that's a good thing for skydivers right sometimes Your ground speed ends up being a little bit faster so some a little bit of a steady headwind could fly. It's nice to have a little bit of a headwind is it. Yeah tailwind no her lending for landing. Yes for landing. Okay yeah in my mind. That's what i was thinking. Okay sarah how about on landing on italy on route. Tailwind yes yeah okay excellent and if you remember anything else just Just chime in stuffed up. That's it we've got a little one eighty two so let me do this. I'm going to add this to the stream. And i'm going to back it up a little bit there and that is captain neck and he sent us some audio as well. So we're going to and rusty ugh and but his dogs not rusty meaning. He is but he's not like rusty like that. She she she she. I'm sorry Just keeping us above that fifty percents. Yeah of course nobody would not accept for neck pointed it out though rx but anyway here's the audio via back from nick jefferson crew. It's company couldn't be on the show this week about Lovely wife quite rightly has said time. We had a little holiday. So we're dialing komo one of our favorite areas because we can take dogs and very beautiful And we're at a gorgeous day So we decided to head out to saint nato's glenn I don't know much about that. Particular saint his glenn is gorgeous. I mean there is a big waterfall. let's rock formations space spiritual field to the place So i think people come down here looking for comfort And to be at one with nature and there's no doubt about it it's very pretty spot There's a bit of background noise from waterfall. Full but I'm sure you mind that too much anyway. Don't one to Take too long I'll be back on the show next week will certainly be back home next week. Anyway i'm going to do for plane town but we'll have to wait and see Best beshir gods to allow a wonderful looseness. Love two guys and see before too long all right. That was nice to hear from neck. We miss you and look forward to you joining us On next week's show neck and Let's see anything else to talk about here in his section coffee. Yeah we need to talk about the well. I'll do a little A little ditty that we call the ap g. java jive but did you do the overlay. Hang on you'll find out why. I have no overlay their liz But it's a good question that she has Me hit the coffee here. How much love coffee. I love tea. I love the hey. Pg community gothi ends and a cup a cup cup the cup. Oh yeah that's jeff smith. He does our opening theme. The airline pilot guy theme and the java jive a pg version and so much more thanks. jeff The coffee fund is your way to participate in the show and financial way to support us that way couple of different ways to do it. One is called the coffee fund classic method. Which is Used for if you just want to do one off to offer. We can even do have recurring donation through a paper. Copy fun classic method. If he'd like and the other way to do it is to become a patron of the show via patriae on dot com. And basically you sign up to pledge a certain amount per episode and specify maximum Per month and then Yeah you get to Get little perks like The crew logs and such so basically regardless of whether you give a little or give a lot and we have some that are giving quite a bit You know you get the satisfaction of something that you love kind of like a a value for value system. So if you're interested in that head of a airline pilot guide dot com slash coffee. You'll be glad you did and we will to. You mean those crew logs like the ones steffi darth all the time i'm not gonna say a thing less okay say what fairness you'll have to listen to the audio only to hear what liz had. Let's see oh and the reason why didn't do any overlays. Liz is because we didn't have anybody Between show i was actually a a dove right in and thought okay. Now i'm going to do the The coffee fund overlays. And then when hasn't been a long time between this episode of the last and so it was a little quiet on the on the coffee front front coffey fund front. Go not easy for me to say after their true. Okay so do. We need to take a short break. You get to an now thinking that. I have a little bit more left of my pale ale. I should get me to the clientele. i believe. Okay all right with that. Let's cue the feeback bumper incoming message. Okay the first item in part one feedback is from. Jj pittsburgh One of those. Jj's we were talking about earlier He sent us some audio feedback so takeaway. Jj pittsburgh low eight pg crew. It's jj pittsburgh here I am considering. I don't know if this will happen. It all depends on all the stars align or whatever but Considering a trip to london in november and i Possibly do this. I'm gonna hang out with captain nick. It seems like Working that out if this does happen but my question was I've i've never travelled anywhere other than us. Canada so What are the top tips. You would say for flying overseas what to do. When i get there like do i need I know there. Something's with like cell. Phone service. That i would have to do if i end up in london and Things like that things to know about. Maybe some tips on for a first time traveler out that way anyway who better to reach out to find people at the ap. Do heck of a lot of traveling specially dr steph. Who at the drop of a hat and up in europe and no one even know about it so anyway cigarette reach out. It's been a while Hope everyone's well and hope to talk to you soon. Love peace and loved. Now must musty. Dave is very. I don't know what you're talking about. That doesn't sound like me at all. Y. traveler dr stuff. No actually i have not been on an overseas trip since march of last year. Yup at feeling out of march of last year before you were doing it a lot quite a lot. Yes and you can probably remembers things about it. Shoot able to help. Jj whip well. Uk's i good first place to travel if you're from the united states because there's not a language very similar very similar. It's not exactly the same. You might be confused at a few of the some of the vernet vernacular and the jargon But you can usually get it from context and if you ask a question politely you might find out the answer without too much griping with a polite answer. Maybe yes not quite as bad as new york depends on depends on who you're asking captain. Nick all bets may be met with rude interjections anyway. Let's start with that cell phone Issue 'cause that's a good question. I guess i would hope that. Any traveler to any location take fresh underwear The cell phone question is a good one because not everyone has a cell phone plan that includes international roaming minutes Data plans depends on who. You're carriers. So i would actually In advance of your trip go to see your Step into the store for your cell phone carrier and take a look at what their options are to in my specific case with t. mobile They have a package that you can add onto whatever your regular services. I think it's fifteen dollars a month included with all t mobile plans depends on the plan. But you can add it on I might be wrong if they may have changed that. But i think it's an add on But you can do it by the month so you don't have to keep it on if you're not gonna continue traveling so check with your carrier. See if they offer something like that because that will make a big difference if you plan to use your cell phone a lot. And let's be honest. Who doesn't use their cell phone a lot in all facets of life anymore It's pretty that same kind of thing. Well yeah were you willing to get most of the major carriers. Have something similar to that so just check with them. I'm sure the information on the website or stop into the store. They can usually help you out with that But it's definitely worth it So you don't get a whole lot of ouvrage roaming charges for international data and calls because those can adequately If your plan doesn't offer that if you have an unlocked phone you might be able to get a sim card while you're there I don't know if that's super common anymore. i've never had to do that. But that's an option as well you can probably find wifi complimentary wi fi a lot of hotels and restaurants and things like that and i would definitely suggest if you for some reason. Don't have a lot of data or minutes to make sure you know where you're going in advance of setting off on your journey So have some maps downloaded and directions as well that we are not trying to fumble around with it when you're already on route and realize that you can't figure out where you are where you're supposed to go. That has definitely never happened to me. Jd don't stay with nick. I was gonna say. Nigel has some advice. Don't stay with nick. Make sure you have make sure you have the correct Plugs shorting out watch and in uk in the uk in the that was in the bathroom. Shaver shavers only. I think the the bathroom Agile can correct me on that. A good hawks fresh underwear visionary suggestion of course Other than that. There's if you're going to the uk there's a ton of stuff to do present. You're flying into london just depends on what you're interested in plan a little bit in advance but maybe leave some some room for adventure. How about The question i always wonder about is should you get local currency or is that really that important So let me tell you. About the first time. I took an international trip that wasn't to mexico or canada Went to ireland. And i had changed about one hundred dollars so not very many euros because someone had told me that i could use my debit card at an atm to retrieve cash and said oh that sounds very reasonable just with the accounting for the exchange rate. And all of that. But i got there on the fourth of july holiday here. And i couldn't get the atm work. And the reason being is. Because i had most of my funds in the checking account but you had to have them in the savings account in order to be able to withdraw them from an international. Atm really double check with your bank. Because that might be an issue. I think it's actually still the case with my bank. I do most of my local banking credit union But yeah. I like a whole day without any cash really. That was kind of terrifying. Is that everybody else has to pay for your stuff. Unless you're by yourself. Then he could be by myself. And i didn't know anybody dockery tut. Your yeah nick certainly not going to give you any money so but you know most places over there in my experience You know you can use your credit card if you have one. Yeah i haven't had any issue using a major credit card. Most places have Contactless payment till even. If you just have your phone you can use. If you have your credit card loaded onto your phone for that purpose you can do that. but What else travel. Wise customs immigration. That's always kind of a crapshoot. Just pay attention. Follow science where you're supposed to go. Hopefully lines aren't long. Hopefully it's not a hassle. Just fill out the paperwork. You're supposed to fill out so stuff. would you recommend that. They have people kind of leave on the early side. Allow plenty of time for arriving at the airport going through all the security and everything else getting to the gate. You know well ahead of time so glad that you asked. Because that's what i recommend. It is not what i do. You do do what. I say not what i do not this past weekend. I actually was at the airport in plenty of time Full hour before flight. Which is like ridiculous. Yeah might've turn a car and i had an. I had other friends with me all eating around the same time and i had my wallet Definitely definitely lose your wallet on the way the airport could travel tip and Now what was it last monday. i The i think. I was on the rental car shuttle going back to the airport when my flight started boarding so that wasn't stressful at all Probably wouldn't do that. That's not a great push land. Yeah it was pushing it Lewis had a question about vaccination records for traveling if you are vaccinated definitely so specifically for the uk and this is applicable to today. Today's date time and current Regulations Probably get this wrong so feel free to write in and correct me. Because i've looked at it just to see because you never know when i might end up on a plane to europe but specifically if you're going to the uk if you have both of your or if you're fully vaccinated so One of the fda approved if you're telling from the us that's the maderno advisor to of those shots One of the johnson johnson. Or if you believe it's Have recovered from covert within the past thirty days. If you have that documentation than you can avoid quarantining for Whenever it is the ten days but you have to have a test on. Departure to sound rival attested day to day. Eight attests before you come back. And they're all slightly different kinds of tests so definitely go to the applicable government's website to find out what you need to have done on which days as your state could be in jeopardy very tessler fines and other nasty things excellent. That's a good question. What else what are the things about. Travel I was going back to the cell thing. Even if it costs a little bit more. I mean you might save a little money by getting like a in-country sim card and like you know what this is so much hassle to do that. It's just an extra stop somewhere it's open. You have to find something that's compatible with your phone if you're carriers international plan even if it's a little bit of a more expensive can be dollars. Yeah yeah definitely Definitely look for flight upgrades especially on the The trip over a defined. The is really nice on a red eye flight to be to sleep fairly comfortably if you have that opportunity not always possible. We've definitely done it in the very back of a triple seven Those quite crowded one time But still possible to try just need to do as much sleep possible. I find that works the best going that direction. Then you can kind of get off the plane. Whatever time in the morning you arrive and hit the ground running and not lose that day of travel. My neighbors preferred to do the opposite. They don't sleep at all they get to the uk and then they have to sleep for a day and then they're off on their sleep wake cycles and that just never seemed to practical to me but that hard time sleeping on airplanes So if you need assistance without in some way shape or form mic pillow maybe a visit to your doctor to see. If they have any suggestions for melatonin or other sleep aids that might be beneficial depending on your situation and be careful if you to ambien don't very careful don't drink specific about what types of medications to ask for. That is a conversation to have with your doctor but ambien. I i will share a personally. I took it one time for a flight from dubai to jfk and thirteen hours in the majority of it was during daylight hours. And i just felt like. I needed to sleep for some segment of that flight. Well i took the pill. And i put a movie on and i'm aware that i passed out but i don't feel like i ever really slept like it. Did not feel restorative conscious conscious for like six hours. And then you know. I don't eat fish. Good one yeah as we know from the airplane movie or airplane the movie all right. Good good advice. Well i'm sure the folks listening right now are thinking. Hey he should've mentioned this as the most important thing i think. Just go with the flow of things There will be something that you run into that. Seems like a snag or a hassle or is not as you expected or might seem inconvenient or worse But just try to roll with whatever it is. what's happening. Keep your frustration level down. Make the most of a much more pleasant experience. Although i don't think. Jj pittsburgh is a very frustrated ta. So he'll do fine. I think he has a good personality. Yeah so if you're listening and you think of something that we hadn't thought of feel free to send us some feedback Audio feedback preferred. But if if you like travel to trowel hacks feedback at airline pilot dot com one. More thing boy. Oh no okay. I'm just thinking of all these things. Now do whatever you can not over pack take basically the whatever you pack go back in and take out like a third of it and you'll be fine you'll you'll be matab easier not toting around your entire wardrobe for the duration of your trip. Yeah just make sure you have plenty of clean underwear underwear the external stuff you can wear over and over our wear your underwear either. Way works lots of apd merchandise white where it yes. Oh yeah Liz makes a good point To airline pilot guy dot com slash store. I think i don't know what the actual websites ever sale. Well we don't have under where we might. I don't know haven't seen it. I haven't seen that page in wild but yeah we have some. Ap g. branded merch there. If you wanna you know where that Oh wait a minute no never mind. You don't want to be seen in customs or Security wearing any ab related Stuff you might be I don't know they may not be happy with you. You might end up in a local jar. Special examination might receive a special examination. And if you're into that go forward alrighty then get stuff great Feedback great question. Jj hopefully We'll give you some more advice as time goes on before you make your venture Next item From greg dispatcher greg. he said For those who have not seen this video please take the time to watch this You to video. Which will have a link to in the show. Notes was created and produced by jake zalman a dispatcher for southwest airlines however it focuses on united and american dispatchers on nine eleven. The film details the events of the day from a flight dispatcher perspective and the decision making that may have saved hundreds or more lives. Please take the time to watch. It's well worth your time. We're not gonna play the video here. It's basically A bunch of one on one interviews with the individual dispatchers and what they experienced at that day and how they handled it and how they felt about it at the time and how they feel about it now so definitely comment. Sorry just looping back from logan oh load and makes a good comment Talk one okay. I got frisked the last time i have my ap shirt on at the airports unless you're into that diaz but you know i mean i haven't been touched by well. Okay maybe. I should go into that. Some of us may actually wrong. Maybe asking for it if you know what i mean. All right Let's see where was i. Let's get back to the show notes for the Youtube video video will be in the show like you dispatched grades for sending them. By the way you know obviously dispatched. Greg is a dispatcher for. I don't think i can say who but it's a it's a big airline based in chicago chicago okay you said to To eight number eight okay. This is a good one Yeah this is a good one has entire news. Yeah good point Hug is this is from bob longtime community member from the pre one hundred days. Wow that was before stuff. And rick and nick syndrome for eliza. I was the only one here. You're listening to think. Oh yeah that's the miracle says and he's still listening and you've come a long way. Bless your heart yes. Having grown up on cape cod. I started reading up on the cape air province town runway incident. They are a part one thirty five carrier yet. They run six hundred scheduled flights a day. They are hiring. I officers with five hundred hours experience. Only the captain's must have fifteen hundred hours. I thought anyone who had scheduled service was a one twenty-one carrier and had to meet the fifteen hundred our rules. I've flown them many times and have sat in the right seat as a passenger was sure to keep my hands to myself. So i'm in the right seat What is the first officer do. Could he be the one flying. Thanks for any thoughts. Bob lufkin so i was thinking the same thing. Wait their hiring. I officers but i thought that these especially the cessna 4:02 fleet Steph were one pilot Certified airplanes right. yes. But i don't know all the specific so let's first of all go to different types of one thirty five certificate operated operations And i don't know all the details someone's gonna write in and give a much better explanation of of risk but makes doing better than i can. That's for sure so go for all right. so there are two different kinds of certificate operating authorities. one is on-demand operations. so those can be conducted. Airplanes have passenger seating configuration of thirty seats. Or less a maximum payload of seventy five hundred pounds or in any rotorcraft The restrictions on that particular certificate of operation are less than five round trips per week on at least one route between two or more points according to publish late schedules. No turbojet up. Airplanes can be used and airplanes limited to a maximum. That's weird Thirty seats this is nine. I think he's talking about the comparisons to Good job fa website and it doesn't make sense but anyway for specifically for the commuter operations. Let's get into that so one. Thirty five can be commuter nations They may be conducted on airplanes. That have a maximum seating configuration of nine seats. Maximum payload of seventy five hundred pounds and he wrote a craft not turbojet aircraft Certificate holder with commuter authority can also conduct on demand So who can be a pilot into. There's this going to define the different scope of Thirty five certificates So you can be a single pilot operator so that certificate holder Using only one pilot for all part one thirty five operations so as basically a very small operation rate so one one aircraft one pilot There's they can have a single pilot in command scope of operation or scope of practice certificate so that's a certificate holder that has limited using only one pac and up to a maximum of three si pilots for all part one thirty five operations Than there's part one thirty five basic to maximum of five pilots Five aircraft different types. Or you can be standard part one thirty five certificate holder that does not have preset limits on the size or scope of operations. They must apply qualify and be granted. faa authorization through up spects for each type of operation. They wish to conduct they're required to develop and maintain manuals training programs have required management positions. So that's caper. Is that standard part. One thirty five but again they've they meet those restrictions on type of airplanes. That can be used to all right. Then yes go ahead sorry. I made that clear as mud. Okay continue maybe. You're going answer my question so pilot in command qualifications for part one thirty five operations skip down to the important things Except as provided in paragraph a lot of stuff here so colds at least commercial Ticket with appropriate category class ratings if required an appropriate type rating has at least five hundred hours of time as a pilot including one hundred hours of cross country. Time at least twenty five hours were of which were at night however if you're going to operate under our that changes and you have to have twelve hundred hours of flight time. Five hundred hours of cross country flight time hundred hours of nighttime seventy five hours of actual simulated instrument time in june. This goes on for a long ways. Here clearly apercus. Excuse me a favor would you go and drink a whole bunch of beer and then come back is that this operation does fall under part one thirty five but what about his question about So they're hiring. I officers with five hundred hours. Yes but if you're flying the cessna a with one pilot so obviously the pilot in the lessee does not first officer. That is a captain. Because he's the he or she is a commander of flight right. So what are the first officer's doing they could be flying the aircraft. This sounds like a question for armanda. I mean but where are they obviously. Every time i've heard somebody talking about their flight on care. I mean care her while they say their calls care that's the way they use their call sign They are just that they saving. It depends on the aircraft. Got to sit in the front right seat with in front of the lens it depends on the aircraft. So know they hire they hire I officers i believe for the four. Oh to but not. Perhaps for the caravan. Well i think they have the technumn. They've ordered put in order for technumn. Or i think that's the name of the company There twin engine high wing. And i think that that one requires Both a captain and first officer. But the oh i mean. They have a fleet of eighty. Something of those I don't think i mean. Do they have different versions of the four. Oh two that some require both pilots and some only require one. Or what's the deal. I'm thinking something. I'm scratching my head about this but i can assure you Bob that the flight that you're on the person that was in the pilot the only pilot onboard that airplane at least in an operation function Was a captain was not a first officer. Because got you have to have an atp to be sitting in the left seat in flying as in the a pilot in command as a way to gain additional experience. Yeah but again. i'm. I'm i'm i have no idea either because it doesn't seem to make sense to me Why they're hiring for saucers. That didn't seem like a any first obser- but again they do actually. I'm pretty sure they do. What are they flying them. I'm not understanding your question. Okay i officers arrived right seat until enough. Experience for single pilot ops. Okay so it looks like That's what i haul boxes so basically When you're first hired That seat up front is going to be occupied by first officer gaining experience and time and then eventually they'll have enough to get their atp and then they can fly as a captain and they can fly single pilot ops. So that's why maybe the luck of the draw. Maybe some of the times you take cape air flight. you'll be you'll have to pilots and sometimes only one so this is from their websites as cape air uses a normal procedures. Handbook designed for the four to this allows for standard operating procedures in singling multi pilot cruise. It provides aircraft specific guidance. Similar to that found at one. Twenty-one carriers okay so does that answer your question. i'm still not sure what question. Yeah i'm I haul boxes answered the question for me. Yeah yeah so. Yeah i understand that lane. You can fly two from the right seat. It was just why some of the because every time i've talked to somebody that has been a passenger on cape air flight. There's only been one pilot. So i was thinking what happened to the first officer. So now i get it when you're when you're new and you're getting experience you fly up there and they have one fewer seat available for passengers And all the passengers said in the regular passengers. He's but if you're lucky like you or bob They they had a single pilot Ops going on that day it was a captain not averse officer and you got to sit up front is got to sit on your hands and the right front seat very cool all right. Well that was probably a lot more difficult than we than we needed. I think i misunderstood the question. Oh that's right entirely Let's see okay but he did have the question about Fifteen hundred our rules in scheduled service in one twenty one. So the also in this case Doesn't have i mean apart. One thirty five in order to have an atp have the fifteen hundred hours right in order to be a captain. It'd be a captain. You have two hundred hours and atp so i guess the way it works is to be a captain and a one thirty five carrier you'd have to have an atp airline transport pilot certificate and to have airtime transport pilot certificate. You have to have at least fifteen hundred hours and a have to be at least twenty three years old. I think i got that right alright. So good peers from their distant confused things again. Oh sure what. We finally got it all sorted out stuff because i want someone to actually write in until the answer to this question. 'cause i don't think i want to talk about this again. Why not ever i do. Okay go ahead. What they have on their pilot recruiting website. They have qualifications for captain. Pse and first officer so pse says commercial multi engine licenses with instrument first class medical twelve hundred dollars. Twelve hundred five hundred but then for first officer has that listed separately. Five hundred hours commerciality engine instrument first class. Medical captain eighty. That's that's why i am. No no you cannot be confused. You're the one that's supposed to be clearing all this up for us to be confused sometimes. confusion all right. I want someone to answer in a logical way. Dr staff at airline pilot guide dot com. I think my emails broken. Oh well don't send it to feedback. Airline can't right in the trash okay. Just that's directly along to me. Because i'd like to know the answer. You consider the feedback. We'll we'll get this thing. Straighten out eventually okay Quickly moving on to nine Derek sent this in Just some feedback on an air show. I attended saturday. The third is at timber at On the south coast of england. I've sent feeback before regarding the show. It really has become an amazing four day annual event apart from last year. Of course the apparently now the biggest in europe i think attendance wise not display wise. So halfway into the show the arrow super bad wing walking display team based nearer churn chester. I'm guessing Were performing their show when the two plans suddenly flew off into a westerly direction. The airshow commentator announced that one of the planes had a technical issue and would need to return to bournemouth airport. Well unfortunately it did not make the airport. Technical is she. Yeah and one of the Did not make the airport and one of the planes had a crash. Land into the sea near poole harbour with the girl still strapped onto the top of the wing standby hang on. We have a little bit of an update here. You can see the link attached. This was a miracle they both serve for vodka. They both survived. The came down close to the harbors edge and luckily lots of small vessels were around and in fact the one who came to the rescue was a family in a small dinghy returning from the air show. Having seen the red arrows perform the pilot may have saved them both due to his quick thinking avoiding a potential disaster with time. Obviously running out the rest of the show was cancelled for the day that you might like to share this with your listeners. Thanks again for your amazing show after all these years. Still look forward to it every week. Derrick from uk derek form uk. Oh and this house lives have been putting up overlay as well as talking. Okay and The thing i was going to scroll down to was the correction To his previous email sent on the ninth No the sixth of september i thought was confuses us americans six nine twenty one. What do ninth hadn't even happened. The right lady no liz. I thought it was strange. Reading some articles that the girl was apparently still strapped onto the wing when the aircraft crashed into the sea having watched further clips from youtube. You can clearly see the girl climbing back into the aircraft as soon as the engine cut. Obviously many safety procedures are in place. Luckily this time they had a bit of time to prepare before crash landing into the sea and now without further ado. I'm going to play a little bit of the clip right. Win this Aerobatics team One of them loses their in injured. It's hard to see. Because i can't really see your men when i'm presenting this in this fashion but you see the one that's in front was the one that has the engine trouble and if you look really really carefully the engines kind of making a sputtering sound. I dunno as you climbed off the wing yet when you zoom into you can clearly see that might be the support the still see. I think she already has. It was pretty quick when once you hear the engine kind of making some bad sounds all of a sudden very quickly the wing walker gets off the wing and get into the cockpit so anyway we'll put a link to this video when you're watching it on your own device you can actually zoom in on it and you can see it a little bit more clearly so five minutes till the hour and a half if you wanna go the plane tail now or you wanna yeah. Let's go ahead and Go to the plane tail now just to make sure we get this in for today's episode out Nick because of his holiday and his birthday last week didn't have a chance to create a in an all new avert our new all new plane tail. And so we're playing one of his what he. What would you call it. Best of all times britain one of his favorites and this was originally a played on episode. Three ninety. one. I believe and that was about Almost two years ago Twenty nineteen. I think october twenty nineteen our september somewhere around this time a couple of years ago so and this is Before we were doing all the The nice illustrations that Or nick did or at least we don't have them available to us at this time but we do have a few that we can throw up there Basically called from the plane tales page on the airline pilot guy dot com website so as i said without further ado oh the entitled without further ado. This week's planned tail episode entitled. Sorry i'm trying to find it. Okay nope that's not it still waiting for home. Still praying yes. That's it still waiting for. Help still praying the pilots plain tales. Still waiting for help still praying. The north of africa holds the world's largest talk desert known as the greatest isn't or more commonly by the arabic word sahara. It is bounded to the east by the red sea to the north by the mediterranean on the west by the atlantic to the south. It's vast expanse some three point. Six million scrap miles is halted by the heil. A belt of semiarid tropical savanna around the niger river valley and the sub saharan sudan. It is a vall steria covered mainly by expenses of rookie. Hamadeh stein plateaus. Unless i buy eggs signed seats and gravel plains about within these areas a huge scientific some of which are over six hundred feet one hundred ninety meters high much of the sahara is flat with wadi. Dry valleys dry lakes and salt flats but it also based faster mountain ranges. Many volcanic inmate john. The one thing that is common to all of the sahara is the heat. A wide portion suffers for my full thousand hours of scorching sunlight. A year in some areas see direct sunlight by ninety eight percent of daylight hours giving average at temperatures which exceed forty degrees centigrade on hundred full fahrenheit on ground. Temperatures of over eighty degrees centigrade. That's over one hundred and eighty degrees fahrenheit. There are big diurnal temperature changes but it's a myth that the night some freezing cold unless it's a rare event and you happen to be amongst the high mountains rainfall is rare and in the central in eastern parts practically nonexistent as a consequence plant. Life is gas. There is some animal life mainly lizards vipers and insects which include the large. Death stole ca. Scorpion venom contains large amounts of neurons talks. And all in all it's a pretty inhospitable place as some have found to them misfortune. It was the fourth of april nineteen forty three and the crew of lady be good. Pick themselves up from parachute trump. It was pitch black not a light visible anywhere except for the stars above which filled the sky with a stunning display so intense it can only be seen like that from few remote places in the world as they shouted to find each other in the dock the sound of their aircraft drowning on flying away from them slowly faded until it was as quiet as the grey eventually they resulted firing the weapons and sending signal flares up into the inky blackness. To help the crew come together a few close enough to find each other easily and eventually the stranglers came in but a headcount only revealed eight. They were missing one. John voracek the bombardier. They were all surprised of find themselves standing on land. They had thought they had been out over the mediterranean sea it had being the first operational mission and it hadn't gone well. Lady be good was a b twenty. Four liberator of the us army call. She wasn't tying appealing lady as she handled like a long tractor trailer with eighteen flat tires and she was considered the ugly sister of the heavy american moments in the second wall however liberato was still a rugged aircraft and destined to become the most produce america mama in history more than eighteen thousand built during the war mainly by the ford motor company. She had a false a tendency to catch fire. If ching or crash landing because the high mounted davis wing had a habit of breaking away from the fuse launch. She was hard to fly in formation. An pilots needed big biceps to wrestle clumsy controls but the ugly lady had some good redeeming features a high top speed good combat range a decent ceiling and she carried a good bomb load when they got airborne that night the crew lady be good would have undoubtedly be feeling a bit nervous. They were going into combat for the very first time pushing up the throttles of his two pratt and whitney twin. Wasp supercharged radials lieutenant. Hatton was one of the last to accelerate down the strip at solutia field and leaving the lights behind him. They headed out. Over the mediterranean sea slowly clambering up to the cruising altitude solut- had been on italian hygiene era nautica base but it being taken over by the us army nine theft force during the eastern desert campaign lay on the north african coast near benghazi in libya. Lady be good was part of a twenty one ship formation tasked with attacking naples in italy over seven hundred miles north northwest of them. The conditions went good with paul visibility in the iraq. Oh wind that blows up from the sahara choking the atmosphere with red dust and covering everything with sand other aircraft bank their engines running rougher they sucked signed into the intakes but lieutenant hatton the pilot carried on towards the target. Strong winds buffeted the liberator and they were forced to make numerous course changes to stay close to their rank and as they approach that target the visibility was still too poor to find it downhearted. They jettison their moms into the sea and turned back for africa. Other liberators in the group had long since common gun so lady be good was alone in the sky as they headed back across the mediterranean in the poll. Weathe- the one piece of navigation equipment that they could use was the adf that automatic direction finder. It was a loop aerial that would accurately indicate the bearing of a radio beacon with little else to gave by and an unexpectedly strong winds. The navigator was struggling to come up with accurate positions. We are on shore whether the eightieth failed on the navigator just wanted to confirm its readings but the pilot cold solut- strip saying that they had a fault and they asked for barings to fly. It would be the last coal to be heard from lady be good. Some reports say that the ashfield refused to answer believing it to be announced he ruse but a more likely account his found in the official report of graves registration which states the cross flew on a one five zero degree coast towards solutia field. The craft to radio for a directional reading from the h f. ds station at banana. Which was nearby and received a reading of three. Three zero degrees from solut- the actions of the pilot in flying fall hundred forty miles into the desert are indications that the navigator probably took a reciprocal reading off the back of the radio direction loop antenna for a position beyond in south of solut- but on cole's the pilot flew into the desert thinking he was still over the mediterranean and on the way home despite the colleagues at the strip hearing the aircraft of a head them firing flares into the sky to help them. The crew of the liberator flu clean over their base and onwards over the brutally inhospitable terrain of the sahara desert. They were hopelessly lost on running out of fuel when the first engine failed the crew decided to abandon their aircraft rather than risk a crash landing and they parachuted out over. What they believe to be the see. I need to discover that it was a sea of sand. Lady be good stubbornly carried on for a further sixteen miles before it settled onto the desert and came to a grinding. Halt have fused launch was mainly in tanked but it had broken off to the wings and cockpit with no fuel. There was no fire. Even the glass in the cup windows was unbroken. Still on board with food rations and water the crew would soon be in desperate need all and more importantly a usable radio. But they had no idea whether liberator walls the following day a search and rescue mission was launched from solutia filled in attempt to find them but they fail to see any trace of the aircraft or screw. The disappearance of the lady be good became a mystery on of the many unexplained losses and the f false moved on. There was a water before out in the desert. The crews still believe that they must be close to the mediterranean and had no idea that they will hundreds of miles south so they decided to set off the coast lot. We know of they walk through the sahara comes. From the copilot's diary. Lieutenant robert tionna as he described their efforts with soba brevity sunday april fourth nineteen forty-three maples. Things pretty well mixed up. Got lost returning out of gas jumped landed in desert at two o'clock in morning. No-one badly hurt can't find john all others present monday. Fifth start walking north west. Still john a few rations half a canteen of water one cap full per day on fairly warm good breeze from north west night very cold no sleet rested and walked tuesday six rested at eleven thirty son very warm. No breeze spent afternoon in hell no planes etc rested until five walked and arrested all night fifteen minutes on five off wednesday april seventh nineteen forty-three same routine. Everyone getting week can't get very far prayers all the time again afternoon very warm. Hell can't sleep. Everyone sore from ground. Thursday a hit sand-dunes very miserable good wind but continuous blowing the sand. Everyone now very weak thought salmon more. We're all done. The mott's is are gone. Everyone else's eyes are bad still going north west friday night shelly. Rip and more separate and try to go for help rest of us. All very weak is bad. Not any travel all want to die still very little water nights are about thirty five goodwin no shelter one parachute left. It was on that friday that the group split up some of the crew close to death and the majority were too exhausted and dehydrated to carry on so rip sling the engineer shelley and more by ghana's agreed to try to reach help and then return survival experts estimate that without proper hydration the men would probably manageable maximum of thirty miles but when the group split up they had already travelled eighty unbelievable chief after the decision to continue to make entries in his diary opponent recode of his decline towards death dehydration some pleasant in the extreme and it's remarkable that some of this brave crew was still alive let alone naple to move on their bodies would be suffering from fevers which would only add to the discomfort of the intense heat their ability to cool themselves by sweating with stone. Miles would dry up as with that. Ted talks standing would make them dizzy and they would be suffering from low blood pressure rapid heart rates and left the cheat confusion and seizures saturday april tenth. Nineteen forty three still having prayer meetings for help. No sign of anything. Couple of birds goodwin from north. Really weak now. Can't walk pains all over. Still all wanna die nights very cold. No sleep sunday eleven still waiting for help. Still praying is bad. Lost all our weight aching all over could make it. If we had water just enough left to put our tongues to have hoped for help very soon arrest still same place. The final entry was made on monday april. The twelfth written in thick pencil lines no help yet very cold night. The fate of lady because crew would remain a mystery for more than fifty years until a british oil-exploration team spotted the wreckage of the liberator while conducting an aerial survey of the sense of kalinski. Will they mocked the position. It was confirmed by geologists from british petroleum. But it took a year before an expedition from the united states. air force base at wheeler's in libya set out to find it there on the side of the aircraft where the hand painted words faded in the fierce desert sun. Lady be good. The dryness of the desert have kept the lady in an amazing state of preservation. The coffee and a thermos bottle was still drinkable. A many of the aircraft's fifty caliber machine. Guns were still in working condition and actually fired by team members. The radio worked. Some food and supplies were in tanked and the log of navigator lieutenant. Hayes was found with his final entry posted over naples. There were no signs however of the crew then. They discovered several improvised arrow marcus at varying distances to the north west while made of boots others made from parachutes way down with rocks but the mock stopped at the edge of the vast shifting sea of sand of the kalinski over the next few years further searches accidental discoveries would slowly bring the story of lady be good together as the bodies of the crew. Were found personal diary which revealed details of that desert trek and suffering was discovered in the pocket of the coupon they shed one canteen of water for eight days left behind clothing articles mae west life vest footwear parachute material and all right mr marc the path and came to paul is about eighty one miles north of lady good five remained while three others continued north in search of help stop sanjin guy. Shallow remains were discovered twenty four miles north of the recovered. Five bodies finally the remarkable flight engineer. Our old rip slingers remains were found. Twenty seven miles. North of shelley's balti- rip slinger had walked two hundred miles from the crash site before the desert took his life. The one crew member not accounted for that a bombardier john had died when his parachute failed to open after bathing now. Though knee one body was never found there remains of staff sergeant vernon more at the crew journeyed south to find the crash signed lady be good would have been that full them with provisions supplies and a working radio to culvahouse. They had maps of north africa to locate the position still further but within walking distance there was a life giving away says. Wait for my thanks. This week to listener jove from buffalo for the idea of this tale and for greg willard's his wonderful reading of lieutenant toners dire well. It was quite a tale. He told a couple of years ago and it still remember that one. Yeah i agree with him. It's one of my favorites too. It's very sad. But get kind of amazing how far they were actually able to travel with very limited provisions in the mid water. Just a shame that they didn't end up going in the right directions had gone the opposite way they would have perhaps been rescued and had the radio on the whole bit. Okay well thanks for that. Uplifting tale yes neck and Look forward to hearing the next installment hopefully on our next show and let us continue with one more. He's feedback before we end today's show. We're going to go to thirteen now. Was it lascaux or maybe a couple of shows ago Or actually has been several times. That we've been trying to do acronyms. And i think steph you mentioned to me that Acronyms are dangerous. Dangerous remember what they stand for exactly or kevin. I guess he heard that. And i thought you know. I think that there's something out there. somebody's singing a song With aviation related acronyms and So this was recorded a couple of years ago On the was at st speed tape. Airlines captain roger. Victor puppet Sang a little ditty about Acronyms and we're going to display a little bit not the whole thing And i'm going to start at right when roger. Victor starts to saying here again. There's ratings wale ami. Hi with an oral exam from hell wiegand ada so he wasn't for weather. Subscriptions alpa after survey ramczyk ambitious nba. There are major tasks for weather forecast. Notable local teamsters air madsen sickness and high westbrook as advised by arvizu protects adidas advisor in ra. We use the you ours arrived stars to send us and cdfi never approaches with navy. Smell the lessons with becker approaches labeled by we do emmy. Cbs for what he breakdown is now. Sepia records an or so that coupon data we have. Jesus guide is laurent before that earlier. The the fiscal answer all emails. What it might take a week or are you study. Fm l. Who remember piece bbc because it's an edict from the time of meltzer flashing lights than lead us to center law. I wanna get your little. When you can see. When our vr drops low you might even shoot a kept three yes sir speed and that is our needs get it. That's from the gun most mexican fast and get the job done the foreign aid and foreign. Bmc i'm not gonna fiddle the acronym so extra minority and remember everybody when in doubt just a guess. Hey clever linked to that Captain roger victor an awesome youtube channel. You should definitely check it out. Subscribe and all that so recall having a A debate with my very first as to whether Because his wife was in the medical field as well as to whether medicine aviation has or acronyms for things. Well it would be a close contest. It's it's pretty close and then throw in the military and even have more acronyms and military aviation. Probably the top the the the top of the heap because they have both aviation and military acronyms and just get so darn confusing anyway. I hope that Captain roger victor didn't mind as playing That on our show but again highly recommend you subscribing to the Channel and again that will all be in the show notes for this episode. And with that we're going to wrap it up for part one and yeah. I guess that is all we have to say for now. Stay tuned cheers. Y'all because i don't think i'll be here for you know. Well maybe we're not really sure yet. We'll say we're gonna be doing part too because this was literally a just a very very last minute development Rick was all set up to record with us today and then he got that dreaded call from schedules that had him although tonight's hard really to feel too sorry for him because he got to go to hawaii again so requiem issue but we'll see again neck of course we missed you but we knew you were going to be gone and so very soon you'll be hearing again. The dulcet tones of miami rick. Our beloved freight dog and with that steph. Let's say goodbye to the audience and We'll see you again. Soon be will jersey. I'll wait all right. Eight reveal liz from his home studio. In the valley of the sun world traveler airplane mechanic breitling cognis heavy fitness hound. International airfreight captain. It's miami rick you're know nine away. There's any way that we can work. Yeah that's what she said. We'll do all right. Abby bigger guys gonna be good good good good so it is a couple of here okay. Stops singing that go. it's it is. I love it again. All right so as we mentioned Just a about a minute ago on the part one of the podcast that we recorded on. What day was that was that tuesday. Yeah i think it was thinking they have been tuesday. Yeah yeah and i think with this is when you are all set up and ready to go in fact you send us a photo of your your setup your mobile studio and then you got a call from headquarters and They said we need you. Man i need you gotta go gotta go but things that i This this land. That i got was the only line that allowed me to Conflict bid might training at the beginning so a lot of it is as a lot of it is it was it was reserved reserve. You guys still get to do that. We use to Several contracts ago At the acme We could do that as well. And what that means. Is that if you bid so you know you're going to have training on. Let's say the the eleventh and twelfth and you bid a trip that leaves like touches it from the on the eleventh or touches it on the twelfth whatever whatever that trip is like a three or four day trip or whatever. I don't know how it works with you guys because you don't really have trips on a line like we do but for us. If i had a four four day trip of i bid for trip that left on the on the twelfth Obviously it's a conflict. They need to have training so they would drop that four day trip and pay me for that four day trip. Sort of what they do with you guys. Yeah same same. Deal with us such a. it's kind of It's kind of a A a worker around and And what happens with that. Flying is at flying gets put to into a into a pot called a veto vacation training in time off and so scheduling later on works out Veto lines from flying. That's been dropped due to conflict bidding and vacation and and then One of the options that you have when you bid for your flying every month or every two months. Whatever tepeleni line you get as you get to Bid for video flying and video. Flynt's actually pretty interesting because A lot of A lot really senior trips. Go on there and a lot of cool places and in good plane trip so it's You know if you don't have a lot of seniority and You know you know go make some magi money go see some interesting places a bid. Pto and You know you might just get lucky. Yeah that's what. I say exactly been vpo and get lucky book down and it's over there. I think you know if everybody if anybody ever come like these workers that are doing things to this cabin. The owners having like stuff done and so they have the key they can come in and walk around and and it's funny because i have a camera a set up here so i can kind of want. If i happened to be watching at the time i can kind of watch them and the kind of staring at all this stuff on the table here all my equipment so to speak and i've left out that black little black book over there on the next to the tv and they're probably gone a play if they actually look through thumb through it. They'd find out i'm not a player. Nothing in it. Anyway thank you tom. the guy that Tom toward l. I think one of our new patrons sent that to me. I'm assuming he sent that to me as a joke. maybe not. i don't know. I would have been little suspicious if he had an entry with his name and telephone number. But there's nothing there okay. I don't know how we got on that character. Yeah well you know what. Let's since we're kind of already kind of casually chatting here. Why don't we go ahead and just find out what the heck is going on with rick. Well mean Not a lot. Like i said i was last time i was. It was after training. Correct yeah i believe so after that. Yeah after that. I did a I picked up a reserve trip from Miami up to chicago. And i think i did talk about that. I ended up back in ontario sitting reserve and then now back over to To baltimore which was interesting because We get to fly. I got to fly phoenix and else hoping that the plane would break down so i could go on but never does when you hope something now. It never happened so it was. It was interesting to got to fly into into phoenix. Airport here The middle of the night so Got in at What was it at the activation was something like Yeah wasn't the ashim all screwed up now. But anyway i got i got into. Phoenix waited for two three hours and then onto baltimore which was interesting because all we no longer do that turn ourselves that belongs to another airline now so apparently what happened was We were sitting hot reserved for the for that operator and some happened to their airplane. Which interestingly enough we saw in phoenix. So we re positioned the jet from ontario to phoenix from phoenix. Picked up all the cargo and then onto baltimore for a very very short layover. Obviously they don't act. Break an airplane better than you. Apparently to talk to them. How did you do that exactly. Yeah and your little black book And then i know in ended up back in back in ontario Sitting couple of more was two more two more days of reserve. And they didn't use me in the con- came came out started My way back home in here am did you really going on. Did you fly through any storms. Rick oh that oh yes Flying out of over that evening. That was a look at the screen. That was quite the. Oh yeah that was quite the interesting Departure to the to the west of the field it was A little bit of saint elmo's fire on the wind. Chill there I think quite a lot of people like that picture. Yeah a beer. Beautiful picture and As i as. I tweeted Yeah i thought that we'll go back to his liz So i thought you know. I said i tweeted. That was one of the most impressive pictures of saint. Elmo's fire that i've ever seen and Then i showed one of the ones that i had Say are elmo on fire And this is before he was canonised a saint and so it was a little rougher Kind of you know look to it. Not quite as cool as yours. But i thought it was. I was having dinner. When that. I i always had beer. Go coming up my nose. It was. I was kinda surprised that nobody else did that. And i got it on there as quickly as i could before somebody else thought. That'd be fun anyway. Good now but it was it was it was quite the interesting quite interesting light show. And it It's interesting because in my experience you either see it on the left windshield or the right windshield. I've never seen it on both at the same time. And so so so bright We got lucky as well because the yeah yeah we got lucky because usually well obviously amplifier has to do with a static. Electricity discharge not yours whatsoever. What is dangerous. however is the convective activity that has to be around For that to happen and obviously the closer. You aren't that convective activity and thunderstorm clouds and all that stuff the more dangerous it is which is why you fly with your weather radar and you know as you're all out of these newer type points have Automatic tilt on the antenna. And so based on your pitch angle the intent is going to be a certain tailed giving you. The you know the perfect Vantage point from the flight deck on your navigation display to conduct negotiate your way around that That pattern so if you look at the picture on my navigation display. There's really nothing there. there's no you know. The the the raiders in painting any weather whatsoever is the conditions. Were just perfect. The that the humidity and the and the The just just the the amount of electricity that the airplane had Built up to that point was just right and it was soon as it was not Related at all to convective activity. That we were flying through. You can see it clearly. There's no shaky because there was no turbulence so that was That's why it was. It was so kind of you know one in a aren't they wanted ailing type picture but it was interesting to see them both Both the windshield. And so clearly you can see all the instruments reading you could actually see the the ultimate or we don't through twenty nine thousand feet so as a athletic was thought. It was nice picture very nice. Yeah as i sat one of the best of saint. Elmo's that i've seen Hey let's say hello to our wonderful chatroom live audience. People kenneth seller says He finally caught a live show again. Any you're awesome photo. Let's see who else do we have. Glenn from down under in our kiwi and the place that The beef wellington Was was born. I think right. yes wellington new zealand. And who else do we have here. We have jeniffer tales from the terminal. let's see who else alan law from sidney down under this is probably a better time slot for those folks on the southern hemisphere. What tim is it over there is morning times. Probably like twelve or thirteen hours from where we are. Probably some time in the morning. I would imagine Tomorrow d- Hey man thirty ten thirty morning. Ten thirty okay Who else do we have here. Her chris chitwood. Hey chris mike hyper as he was the first one in he is the mayor. We're gonna call him. The mayor of ap g. now used to be the mayor of upn. Maybe he still is. I don't know if you can be mayor of more than one domain. But were mike I'm now dubbing you mayor of ap so welcome sir Who else I think that's covers everybody right Lows chris i haul boxes ohio ball. I haul boxes. Chris cabot k. And a cavalcade of chris cavaco k. i don't think i could say that again evans shoe. Also another day from down under melbourne area Thank you lose. We got melbourne and sydney and wellington new zealand. And chris dobson. That might have been the chris cab. Okay okay and anyway. Welcome dr john brown. Dr john brown. Well i haven't seen him in a while. Hey man good to see to hear from the great white north and okay excellent so we have a great group of folks with us on a saturday evening at least saturday evening. Here in the eastern daylight time zone and Let's see so. We just got caught up with rick anything else going on rick that you want to mention much not just Just got some interesting feedback that we need to get to get some get stuff okay. Let's do that then. Alleged said i love you rick so she. She didn't have to be the one cracking the whip. You did. okay here. We go News do i need to play the news thing now. Let's just do this news Vital report singapore a three fifty nine at barcelona by falana on october. Twenty fourth. th twenty twenty. Take off without clearance and Let's see singapore airlines three fifty nine hundred registration nine. Victors sierra mike. Uniform flight. Three seventy seven from barcelona spain to milan mountains. Italy with twenty eight people on board had been or should. I say melena benza. Know exactly only twenty eight people on board three short little flight. That's short little flight from birth sandwich that that's going to be like a little over an hour to just over the pyrenees and it was probably most of the people got off in spain in barcelona and then they had some that. We're going through to italy. probably okay. they've been cleared to lineup on runway. Seven right so lineup. On white runway seven right. The crew however commenced their takeoff roll without clearance and departed creating creating a conflict with another aircraft on final approach to runway to. They aircraft continued team to milan for a landing without further incident. I mean they were ready to go so they decided to do it. Do it on a tax away. So that's that's true. They used a runway lined up apparently with a centerline with runway which is good good checkpoint for single extra points So in the final report on the eighth of september This year the flight crew believed that they were the only aircraft traffic in the vicinity which is really not an excuse. the low workload in traffic monitoring due to the low aerodrome traffic could have resulted in some form of reduced alertness. By the flight group. The flight crew claimed that they heard a takeoff clearance. When there had not been one there was no reback of takeoff clearance by the flight crew like had checked the approach path. Runway seven right the remedy that they were told to lineup and wait and found it to be clear pilot flying mentioned checking the surrounding vicinity for approaching aircraft traffic but did not detect the eighth three twenty. That was approaching room. We two i think it was one of the stealth models probably. Although the tower controller had managed the takeoff situation appropriately. it would have been desirable at the flight. Crew could have been made aware of other aircraft traffic in the vicinity. The tower controller could have assisted by providing additional information when issuing the lineup clearance to the flight crew the departure aircraft such stating the order the aircraft in the queue with respect to other airport traffic. So as to enhance the awareness of the flight crew to the presence of other at growth so in other words line of a white runway seven right traffic landing runway two or something like that. That would definitely been helpful. There's another thing there. I mean as as part of the airline specific. I guess this is just every every time you cleared onto an active runway whether you're crossing at or you're clear to take off you. Turn your transponder to take advisory traffic advisory resolution advisory. Which tells you it the other traffic. That's around you and always a good idea to to Not stay stuck on the scale that you're on a lot of these new airplanes have the Airport moving map as part of their navigation display. And the only way to show this is when the scale is at the lowest and so a good idea to increase your scale to kind of get an idea. What the traffic situations around you You know it's That that that that perhaps would have been also depends how far away the three twenty landing on the run with your to in somewhere somewhere in this. Final report The synopsis anyway. That we have Let's see at the time when the eight hundred fifty was about to enter promo seven right. The approaching three twenty should have been within range to be shown on the nab display. The investigation team is not able to determine if the approaching three twenty was visible in the horizon. Or if the nab display display the approaching three twenty or whether the pilot flying hose seen had seen the three twenty displayed on the map display. So yeah you gotta turn as you said you gotta turn the on right as long as as long as you have this scale to a you know what we need to habit for you be able to see my traffic. It would know showing anyway. So i don't know i don't listed you Show that Runway layout and taxi route. I was sorry. That's okay no pop it up there. All right there this So they're seven right is the The runway on the bottom and it kinda shows a little Airport or airplane symbol and their taxi. Right out to the runway so As they were making their turn to line up on the runway If they looked almost straight ahead during that turn they should have been able to see that eight. Three twenty on final for roy to but apparently similar to the similar to the setup at At the honululu now four right and an eight rent. You know the whole like thirty degrees to the right clockwise is kind of like the out of the right honolulu. Well interesting Yeah there is. No i guess the they say somewhere in here. I can't find it bad. The controller saw that the The the three fifty was departing runway. Seven ride in district quick mental calculation The controller determined that there was not going to be a conflict with landing traffic on two so did not tell the the three fifty the singapore flight to abort their takeoff and those probably that was probably a good decision because it could be worse at the board. Good judgment bite by the controller. Yeah so i. I wish i had her listened to that Transmission run the control. Trollip told gotta contact departure in contact departure and by the way you're clear you work your take off. I didn't tell you but clerk for data okay interesting. I was listening to One of the latest Opposing basis podcast. Which is the number one aviation. Podcast of all time by the way and is probably is definitely the best. We're we're just trying and we're just kind of trying to like tag onto their the success of that podcast and i'm just they no. I'm kidding around and by the way the listeners of Posing bases many of whom Listen to ours and i forgot who it was. I was just listening to but He said something very hurtful said that There's a was much better than than our than our show made me cry a little bit in the car and backed. I couldn't hardly see because i was crying. But anyway that's okay. I got over They were talking about the fact that. Oh i think we're talking about Like if if the control forgets to give you a Like a switchover from approach to tower. And you know just say just switched to tower. If you're like two miles from landing and you're still an approach frequency. Just go over tower. Don't don't worry about telling them that's what you're doing. And then he said if you find yourselves like leaving the runway and You're switching to ground control frequency and you realize that tower is really in the in the in the communications frequency window Just pull off the runway stop And then contact ground control and say we're clear of Run my seven right and And then it was funny are rh said So confirmed that That you had some radio difficulties. Yes it said and you saw the green light yes. We saw the green light. Okay good. we're all good now. Could taxi to your ramp or whatever and like you know. It really cuts down on the paper work. Laura has a comment that laura are superfan says opposing who never heard. Yeah bright new opposing. Who anyway. they're they're greg guy i i i learned so much listening to their show and they are funny and informative and all that all the all the things that we aspire to be here at the g so anyway Anything else to say about that. No that was good. All right yeah. That's not so to okay. Oh here's one for For rick Let's see the world's biggest seven forty seven dash four hundred passenger operators in twenty twenty one from simple flying dot com and they basically a simple flying in simple journalism up. Now i'm just kidding Let's see there are just four. Hundred and thirty four boeing seven forty seven four hundreds if all roles various types of operator and status are are stay are looked at C. h. dash aviation dot com reveals that means c. h. Dot ads dash aviation however. The picture changes dramatically. If only stored an active passenger be seven forty seven hundred examined just forty to fit the bill with only ten in active use. And these are passenger versions. I think if you look at the cargo world you'll find that There are probably way more than that. But i guess in the passenger carrying world the self loading cargo world Not so many operating or actively of flying right now. hey. Liz throw up that Overlay mind. I just wanted to say when i saw this picture wreck i thought oh the flying tigers because look at that that's cool. I love that pange on the front of the airplane is Looks like tigers really pretty but of course the flying tiger line is is has been absorbed by another big cargo outfit right knee as it has done. So okay Do i need to read any more of this Lose it just how. It's dwindling interested dwindling. Yeah what what do you think rick about all this. I think it's It's it's amazing how you know all my what is it. Fifty years and more after the initial flight and entering service on seventy seven forty seven. It's it's still not still around whereas the the three eighty Not so much anymore. It was down. You know this is going to start one of those. I wish this is where. I wish nick was there. But you know there are some. I have been looking at news reports lulled recently. That have said that. Some three eighths backup flying again. Yeah i've seen that as well as well many not that many but not that many not that many but there But it's it's interesting how you know the the seven forty seven still still be produced. Not the not the car. Not the pastor has true anymore. But but the freighter version. It's data it's still being the still being produced Nfl elliott's is just such a phenomenal airplane in every sense just so such easier plan of flies fast stable stay conic and i'm i'm envious Never got a chance to fly. It would have been fun. I mean i could have. There was a small window of time that i could have Like downgraded myself to first officer and flown it and be like committed a detroit but it was just like i don't want yeah too much of a hassle. Tell i remember one time we were flying. This is funny because this is kind of We have all the although all folks from Down under right now. listen. I remember one day. We're flying from sydney to melbourne and the controller in sydney told us To give them a best for were speed for the sequence into into melbourne and The controller goes best spe- plays like and we're we told them what we'll We'll mock nine one work. So why have you can go for it. Yeah so we did a mock nine one from sydney to melbourne and it was It was just effortless to such as machine that is really a just a iconic jet for sure. Oh look this deanna. My check of the coffee shop today was seven dollars and forty seven cents. I can keeper. That's cool all right. Keep her in any who Great article it's shouts if you want to look at some pictures of beautiful seven forty sevens and more information about those airlines who are still using it for passenger travel. All right meredith talked about what's going on with us so we don't need to new another getting to know a segment So why don't we go onto feedback and we have pardon me number four. We have some feedback from a senior executive producer. That's the best the top tier. That's only a handful of people Of our in our patron group On patriae on are in that top tier category and this is a canadian. Too which is really surprising. Oh wait a minute. Maybe he's in the top tier because he is using canadian dollars which were pretty much worth so maybe not impressive. Just kidding liz okay. People are listening to the audio only will hear what liz just the sound effects. She does anyone. Of course i'm joking. It's not that much different than the. Us dollar just slightly valued less but still a lot of money. Thank you very much sebastian. For that and so. He has sent us some audio feedback. And we're gonna play it right now. Here we go. Hey folks This is sebastian from calgary. This is my first rodeo feedback. And i think it's long overdue To be honest. I become a navid listener in two thousand nineteen just before i got recruited by the second largest airline in canada and i was already planning on doing feedbacks but you know ground. School seems check rides et cetera. And then more excuse not to do it Got laid off in may twenty twenty due to this Bloody virus bit of kick in the nuts to be honest but I'm one of the guys that can't complain. I got my old non flying back quite fast and you know life hasn't been too bad. I think it's been a weird year. However on so many aspects it's It's going to take us a few years probably to But tomorrow and figure out what the heck happened. I got happily recalled a few weeks ago. And i will be back on the line in november. I don't know if it's the same at acme jeff but the most Working elements of the airline right now are differently the sims. Jesus the training such a while. There's no no word it's it's such a each It's like if airlines needed handed of pilots tomorrow and at the same time just discovered well it takes more than a day or so to retain pilots. Who thought coming anyhow off talking about me Just wanted to give this feedback was A specific objective in mind You guys You old at this tremendous show I think in general and especially nowadays People like to complain as much as liked to forget. Say thank you. And you'll deserve a i think a tremendous. Thank you So thank you steph. Ladies first For sharing your experiences. God i wish i had your physical abilities So just so. I get you You said extra support go train. Take the cheetah's flat ever don't sleep eat burgers and get onto boom by nine. Am right. it's got to be a secret ingredient to your recipe. And i hope one day eventually. Sherrit thank you nick for so many things but mostly for the plane tales of course While you do have Quite a gift for storytelling. I really really really like to work. i especially admire your military career in what you have shared of your time as a as an instructor for me you tales are as good as the office and as such i will re release to them. Many times No it's it's really really great. Thank you thank you nick. Thank you rick For sharing your pictures on twitter. I do photo you avidly You have flown some great birds right. Now you're actually trying to wanna always wanted to fly and seeing this cockpit with all these steam gauges in not too much glass cockpit just confirming the idea that i was born twenty years. Too late Please richt negotiate was captain jeff. We definitely need your wife on this show. And i think she's the only one really that can bring the show above that fifty percent accuracy mark. Jeff well jeff from the bottom of my heart and know Thank you for all you do I was sorry to hear that you encountered some head wings In your personal life. And when i read that you were taking some time off. I was really expecting something like six to eight weeks. But hey what do you know. After she days are dearest. Captain is back in the air and back on the air. I don't really know the amount of work it is to produce such along an interesting podcast. But i get an id. That's one of the main reason. I wanted to become a patient and i'm really proud of it. So thank you for what you do and what you resent liz. I don't know much about you to be honest. One thing sure were both on the same and the best side of that border It seems like you're helping jeff lot in that. You're keeping some order in oldest okay. Well that's enough of that. Well i'm sorry. I guess i should continue. That women are kind of better than us guys. So so yeah thank you. I just want to mention another thing. Please don't forget one thing you do have I would say important that say massive effect on wannabe pilots What you say today may very well be the trigger to a got to become a pilot. And i i want to do this i need to. I need to get their Remember that it's It's an important role. You have and humbling one. I took probably a lot of your italian off to talk. But i need to learn when. Stop i just also wanted to add a common before You all and this is more for The current or soon to be potted students out there if you are a current students in if you can't afford to continue please do so I know many students right now who are abandoning G. to vid. Which could maybe be understandable but Disorder their demand for part is and will be massively increasing the next few years if you look at what's happening right now in the us and the same is going to happen Maybe not in the same proportion but the same is going to happen in many countries. So i keep at it Definitely this job is so worth fighting for and really you should not listen to the downers. There's always gonna be people discouraging. You so i just keep at it and go for it so anyway. That was my little words and your free time and patients. I look forward to to share more often with you Got some some few. I wanna i wanna talk about with you. So yeah in. The meantime blue skies and tell wins awesome feedback sebastien. Thank you very much. Great advice for those who are just starting out in this career field. Him wanna do what Captain rick captain nikki's to do and what i i'm doing now at least for the next two years three months. Um and dan steph. You know we. We're still working on her trying to talk her into doing this. Go onto the dark side away. She can apply buses just talking about the dark side l. You mean like airline pilot. Yeah we're kind of a dodge grabs for Group of folks recovery or saying something. I apologize i. I had your now. I have it back up now knows saying i was. I was just saying that was a good move. Actually because what. I just said. It's better not just kidding. What did you say those are. Those are wise words very very wise words words beyond your years of acid absolutely At the might look bleak right now. It might look like things are not looking good But in actuality things are turning around and like you said You know it doesn't take a day or two retrain a pilot it That pipeline needs to peak. It needs to keep keep going and and Pilots need to move from you know from from from from flight school to instructors to commuters to in onto the airlines because someone passed to man their liners when asked to women and people. So absolutely don't don't think that Because of the way things are going right now don't let that discourage you whatsoever As far as as your kind words regarding my pictures on twitter. There's a little bit of a story. Behind the reason. Why i post so much and i kind of the way i look at it as me growing up. I i I i grew up going to i remember. There used to be a barnes and noble bookstore couple of blocks from my house In my antequera grew up in our member come sitting and is flipping through pages and trying to you know and it was all about the the the the the flight deck the cockpit pictures and the instruments and trying to see because whenever you take picture that you're really you're freezing that moment in time for misteri and there is so much that you can gather the you can see and so that you can absorb from from a picture and so i figured and it wouldn't it be cool if I could just go along with someone on on a trip and kind of see what that life is at least the flight deck aspect of it And so that's kind of my inspiration. Just might what. What i aim to do here is to bring whoever wants to come along with me and and and show you guys and gals what. It's what it's like and what you have to look forward to once you go through You know all all the training and not not only four for pilots and pilots to be but also for people that Perhaps have a fear. Fly are people that perhaps Avid curiosity and would like to know. Don't quite understand how it works. And it's it's site to know that It's it's it's i'm just a. Dm away were comment away. And i'll always try to respond and engage and It's it's nice to kind of have the back and forth with someone that is in the industry now. Think that's the that's why i do it yet. What you're doing out there on on twitter is just awesome. Rick i mean you have a huge audience which we can have that audience but It doesn't matter because what we do here is You know we just do this for ourselves. Basically you know and if people want to watch and listen than get on you know. I think The same kind of thing for the for the audio of the show that we do here. Same kind of i. There's so many people that that watch and listen. Mostly listen to us and It's their way of living vicariously through us. Many of whom wanted to do this for a living and Just life circumstances Just got in the way you know. And they couldn't do it. It may have not even been that it may have just been that. They didn't have someone to talented it. You can't do this. it's not true. Yeah that's a good point. Because i've i've met many people countless people. Actually that you know just just get a gnome a little bit. They you know you start you start talking and the reason. They did become pilots because they just didn't know that they could There's there's a way to. I mean even if you are not of of means You know i. I went through the military and i didn't you know if i added up. How much money. I've spent a my flight training. It would be like One hundred dollars. I think i mean it's just like The air force train me and actually paid me while they were training me So i mean there. Is you know there are ways to do this That don't require a lot of money. So you know if there's a will there's a way i should write that down i shouldn't commission coined that phrase should should patent that but it's so true you know Picture that rick took. That was so inspiring. This is even more inspiring. I think she said you know that picture that rick took was inspiring. But this is much more inspiring. This is what this is key. This is i i say. This is like the greatest representation of the glamorous lifestyle of airline pilots right here. Rick is In doing some extreme iron well maybe not extreme but it's a meiring ironing a lot ironing out there but no but that's that's that's just it man. That's that's just it's fashion and it's and it's an and i'm happy that i get to take you and and countless other people along with me And show you this the way things are on this side of the fence and i'm happy that you get to that you get to fly in and that's because i tell young pilots we just we just we. We're born fly and that's what that's what we love. You feel at home that you get now. Sebastian is here. Look that that you know he. He's the guy that we listen to that audio feedback. He's in our live audience. And he said there's too much thinking it's impossible. Yeah we know you know Those of us who are in this world that there are. I don't know what percentage of the population of professional pilots they make but I'd like to say it's a semi as a small minority of them. That you know you just know that. They're not there because they really loved doing. This job is just because they thought they could make some easy money and be home a lot and but you could just tell that they're just not into the craft of you know doing this job well But most of us. I think are and that's one of the most rewarding things about this is that and that is that is the key word jeff. It's a craft. it's it's you have to take pride in craft so And you and you just like you said you can tell the difference. You can tell. Who's there because of the money and use their because they know they're out there an aviator young it up now a navy our gal they What's the The other term We always talk about airmanship in a An arrow not snuck determined that. I'm looking for though Anyway yeah for sure So as said most of us are in that category fact you know most of us would say you know like when we're going through contract negotiations and everything else you said. Don't let the company here this. I would probably do this for next to nothin' or do it for free could fly pretty. Here's high hall box. Oh yeah that's for sure. Wow i mean it's amazing. That's why i got that. Ladies do like a man in uniform exactly might not have anything in it but nothing in that little black nothing in the uniform. So what you're saying. Okay and the other side you wanna say. The last thing and as far as as far as yet kaya is used She keeps me above fifty percent in many many aspects You know business aviation avionics space. Now she's been dealt with with space travel so anything that has to do with any of that stuff Don't you know you should be happy to Chime in every once in awhile and so yeah she'll she keeps me about fifty percent and i needed a lot. Trust me yeah It would be a in fact. Lives should we. Should we do this while. We're actually recording the show live. Tell rick about Kaya and the fact that she's gonna take over for his his. Yeah so that's what the talk. She had told me that she has to have a later. Is that that's it. She said she's she saying you. She said she said i'm out. I outlived my usefulness and in so many ways and so many all right anyway yeah. We'd love to tie on the show every now and then that's great She did such a wonderful job. on that Webcast for blue origin. That's awesome well anyway. so Finally just to kind of bring it around full circle thank you so much For sending in that awesome feedback primarily and secondly Thank you so much for becoming a patron of the show That really means a lot and we look forward to hearing more from you. Got about fifteen minutes okay. So about fifteen minutes left or From our control room So i think we can Let's see which one of these doing wanna do Number ten ten. I think is a good one okay This is from mike. Hey g crew couple things to mention about auto lands. I regarding protected runways during practice auto lands first question first question. I asked cruise. When they say that they had an unsettled. Auto land is if they were protected. If not i have a lot more of a personal shake you can actually that question. I don't i don't think. Acl you would have something to say about that. Seo you an osha and everybody else and the The nationals sex union. The nfl okay if Anyway if not. I have a lot more faith in something outside being causal over the plane being broken okay. Oh the point Second here at acme maintenance if you pilot types can't squeeze in practice every ninety days we can do ground chip we we we we can do ground checks. I think i'm going through puberty again. we can do ground. Checks that will return a plane to cat three qualitative qualified. That could be what the other folks were talking about. When not being allowed to do a practice auto loan so then why do they insist so much on the put it on the fly. Plant saying you acres message mundi avionics engineers and tech guys whatever you wanna call them they they probably make a lot more money than we were there a lot more expensive than we are. Apparently apparently i don't know but apparently I tell you man and you get an cars and then another ako. Oh by the way. Remember auto and please if you can. So they'll have to bother those avionics tax. Apparently also at acme were in the early stages of tool control mice. I think that you should have been practicing tool control for quite a long time. And the oh wait a minute what. He's talking about like Screwdrivers and and and that type of the okay Let's see for my thirty four years. It's been on the honor system. I found a few few tools over the years. We are. we all meet. Those best was a melted rubber mallet on the top of the core of a v. Twenty five hundred could have been one of your nineties jeff. Ooh that's no good a melted rubber mallet. They would have thrown off the balance. I may have been a problem. Wow and i fully agree long. live the elton. Nothing beats the dlc which has directed lift control for a great stable approach clear skies. mike. Mike we love. Our technicians are main maintainers. Thank you for listening to the show and thank you for kind of letting us know that you know. It's not such a. it's not the end of the world. if we can't get practice auto land in there you can just use your avionics guys to do it interesting But yeah i mean. It's very very important that the pilots critical area be protected. Otherwise i think you've seen that video of that that triple seven in a non land and it veers off the runway and then it it goes back on and there was a The reason behind that it was a An airplane take off In it interfered with the local either the signal veer off and came back on their So yeah very very important and you can't always do an auto land was that's an as laughing. Alcock remember folks no electronic devices during the lands and called the local radio station to stop broadcasting to signal. That's right. I see the harry tongue in cheek nature of i haul boxes comments. I am now again. We're on the same frequency there. Oh absolutely no pun intended. But you know what what he says. It is true and a lot of times things. Like that is our pointed out on the on the very approach chart and if at on the notes there and Sometimes he just can't do it because you can't do the things like these so now he is. He is he s spot on. I do believe and the the last thing about direct lift control Ten eleven beautiful airplane never fluid. I wish i had. I found out not too long ago. That the f fourteen tomcat had Dlc i i just heard that recently a nod i did not know that for quite some time but Yeah and that so. It's really important for airplanes. That are landing on carriers. Because it's all about. You know maintaining that chang you lay all the way down right now. Yeah they meatball lineup. Pay me all. You've got about ten minutes minutes. Okay i think we can squeeze this one in. I think Out oh you did. Yeah where is it back. Wow it's coming back. Liz is too efficient for her own. Good jeez already moved something out of our current show. But that's okay. I'm hanging on. I'm hanging on chill chill for good. We're getting you know lives. We need to talk about your future at the pg to rick rick and are being fired on the same night number seven then i change my mind You know i don't see it. I mean i guess. I need to re reload those. That don't see it either here. It finally shut up Oh this is an article out of the points from the points. Guy dot com and It's an article. We don't need to spend a lotta time on this because really it's an old brainer And From becky rash. And i guess she said She sent this link and the title is airbus. Eight three twenty one l. Which i believe is long range versus the boeing seven. Eighty seven dreamliner or with. Nick likes to call the bin liner which pilots prefer for transatlantic flights. I mean you don't even have to read this article because one is a narrow body and one is a you know a wide body airplane long flights. obviously the the wide bodies are going to kill it But it's it's a. It's a pretty good article. I'm not sure who exactly wrote it. But they they claim or they say that they are An airline pilot who has flown both jets and and that's that's great so has good Credible perspective on Flying you know trans-atlantic on an eighty-three twenty-one el-r and airbus airbus sorry while boeing's or A dreamliner and so it kind of goes through and you know. He talks about various aspects of of the flight and the airplanes economics. And let's see what else Ride comfort air quality and performance. I was going to point that out. I think the number one thing for me is the fact that since the The seven eight seven is The composite fuselage You're able to pressurise too a lot in lower cabin altitude and Since you don't have to worry really too much corrosion because it's composite you can enter. You can introduce the more humidity under the air and so When you're talking about you know those ultra-long-haul type flights and you know you know. Transatlantic is not ultra all but still a good six seven eight hours. Sometimes it's not. It's not a flat by any stretch of the imagination and links like those I tell you when you're when you're when you're flying around thirty five thirty forty thousand feet having the cabinet seven thousand feet versus having it at forty five hundred feet is a. He makes a huge difference. Yeah you wouldn't think making a difference but it does. The other thing is that the air used to pressurize. A cabin of dreamliner is not taken from the The compressor section of the engine a leak. You know we talked about. What is the aero toxic syndrome or something like that. There's no chance of that occurring with the dreamliner because It doesn't use pneumatic Air from the engine lead air leader and interesting. Because the seventy seven is the first boeing model to go back to the type of technology that the seven. Oh seven seven twenty used to pressurise given the dc like the dc's six or whatever you know like the the prop versions of the some of the Mcdonnell douglas airplanes were using That system you had to because he couldn't you couldn't you can't you can't run Bleed air. They're trying to find a way to do that. But there's no bleed air on the piston engines pissing but Get smoking yes. That would be really really not good So the only thing that the airbus a three twenty one l. are one in this contest. Was the control column thing. Which nick always points out the pack but control the sides to controllers out of the way i will see you have your little table and you can put your little glasses champagne on their and little like a little ear your ear. Manicure kit medicare kid caviar. Yeah all that stuff here. Your eye shadow stuff. It's very nice to make up mir right there in front of you and you know yeah put all you're making can you can powder your nose and all that stuff and all these airbus guy to like that kind of nothing wrong with that. Nothing wrong with that absolutely. I am very inclusive like that you are. You are like one of the most inclusive people that i know you the kind of people i hang out with anyway so afraid comment from help. Hoxha's i still wonder whether it was aro- talks syndrome or the beans on the last flight. Well lit up little little from columbia. Perhaps yeah i mean the bean emissions i would call that arrow toxic so yeah definitely all right chem trails. Yeah okay well you know what If you want to read this entire and it is a good article if you want to read This from the pilot's perspective of somebody who has actually flown both Both jets over the atlantic. It's good so Again that's from what The points guy dot com. And that'll be in the show notes. So data means it is now. Well that doesn't mean it but the time looking at the time and our control room tells us that is time now to wrap it up so we are going to point you over to our wonderful website. Arosh maheen is our web master and He manages our wonderful website. Airline pilot guy dot com and lots. I meant to ahead all set up before. I don't now but anyway just in your mind picture the website and how beautiful it is and all the different things that you can see on it Like we have the information about the crew and the community and the community calendar merchandise. We have More detailed information about the plane tales library are wonderful and beautiful. I might add Librarian tiffany And beauty. And i mean i'm talking about skinny but she's not bad looking either Tiffany is the one who manages that. And so if you're into like reading books and stuff value should check that out and what else What did i do. I have to talk to. Hr now about that List yeah you need. You need training jeff car. I thought it was a compliment there. I'm not gonna edit that with you after my after my comment on the airbus. So i'd be you anybody else steph. Our hr representative is here with us tonight. So yeah that's the way it works. If you're not going to show what then you know who knows what's going to happen here. We're gonna run a muck live says yes anyway So the airline pilot guide dot com the website checking out please and Also we're on the social media What i like to call the soc meat so rick we're going to do. Let you do the honor and you have a little guideline there that liz is going to hopefully not not this time last night you did. It went pretty but this time looking. Great facebook page airline pilot everything Airlines airline pilot guy. Relief his book. It's on there. Also at apd crew on twitter all apd crew related things on twitter. A platformer on their instagram. Epg crew. i need to keep forgetting about this anytime. I need to start sending you pictures because we need to start posting some of the stuff that a half taken pictures only for that. I haven't sent your way quite yet to do that. Come on and I do believe Hilla i think well let me see if i got the Oh i can't believe he's here. Have hey well. Hello the up time for slack. Okay all right. Come on just to grab a towel. Come on over the robot fleet. I didn't need to see that. Okay come on over here. don't get water over. Everything is expensive equipment here. Now tell us about slack plays okay. Ppg listeners please. Join us on our slack. Teams slack is a communication coordination and sharing platform. 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Episode 10: An AnarchoCapitalist Podcast Host and Entrepreneur

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Episode 10: An AnarchoCapitalist Podcast Host and Entrepreneur

"Success isn't just about what you accomplish in your life. It's about what you inspire others to do. Some people dream of success while others wake up and work. This is enter co Inc. Welcome to Aniko ache the podcast talking business and technology in the truly free market online at enter co Inc dot com. Hello, free market lovers. Welcome to Narko, incorporated, the podcast talking business and technology in the truly free market and are going is your home for buds Bruce beans, and bitcoin and are going is the owner of goes CBD dot com. Ear buds in ARCO beard dot com. Your bruise coming soon, and and ARCO coffee dot com your beans and all of our businesses. Gladly supports him believes in the power of crypto currency bitcoin. With that said, even though I own all of these businesses or in aren't going all owns all of these businesses. We still need your support head over to in ARCO, Inc dot com slash support and become a contributor at subscribe star. And if you pledge to donate more than five dollars a month, you'll receive a lifetime fifteen percent off at anarchy coffee dot com. And Narco beer dot com. When we spin that up, also if you're looking to start your own business head over to in ARCO, Inc dot com slash e book. All right. When that said so on today's podcast. We actually are be speaking to a anarchy capitalist podcast host and entrepreneur himself Daniel Ellwood from the last night. Here's and actual Inaki. I get into the who what where why and how with Daniel. So I hope you enjoy tastes podcast and be sure to subscribe and leave his rating on I tunes. So all right, everybody. I have Daniel Ellwood from the last night and actual anarchy say Hello. Hello. Hello. So let's get into the who what where why? And how. So who is Daniel Ellwood? Well, that's the question asked myself all the time. I'm just a guy who bowed Rothbart a couple years ago and have been vandalizing for him. I I hope I'm out of that vandalizing like annoying phase. And now, I'm at the more measured trying to make a difference in culture and influencing people like planting seeds or little red pills in various ways and to that end. I have a number of projects probably too many. It's likely to my detriment that I can't devote as much attention to any individual one sufficient to make them like really good. But I keep getting that shiny object syndrome where oh that's a great idea that looks really cool and run a hundred miles an hour in that direction. Meanwhile, I've got a dozen other projects that are left wanting a little bit. But I still have a fair number of things that I'm pretty proud of. I mean, they could all be a little bit better. But right. I have probably, you know. Dozen or fifteen different projects going on right now. Yeah. When when I visit your site. I see the long laundry list of all the Urals Yonne. Out of all those projects, which one do you kinda like cherish the most or or where did you start? Well, that's kind of two different questions and s r. No problem. Well, I do a recent site that I've created is Daniel Ellwood dot com, and that is primarily for situations. Like this where I'm like talking with somebody. And they're like what do you do? Right. And so I've got a site that sort of a catch all it has a list of the think six of the projects in different like main categories. And then there's an about me page, would you know, way more. So that's like the quickest easiest way to kind of get an overall view what I'm working on one of the things. I'm most proud of is the libertarian union dot com, which is a collection of other podcasters of the end cap stripe, and we all coordinate with each other. We do a monthly roundtable discussion. We promote each other's work for we cross post and guest host and all of those things, and we have a group chat that's going on. We're we're always interacting with each other. So that's probably one of my favorite things that's going on right now. The initial thing. I started with once. I started vandalizing was with redraft barred dot com. Yeah. And that was a site that was to support a podcast. I was doing with my coast now, but it was more of a, hey, we're into Rothbart in. We wanna talk about news events or other random stuff, and we always ended up sort of relating things to popular culture or movies. It just kept happening in happening. So about two years ago, we decided that nobody really knows who Rothbart is that we're trying to reach. So let's get a broader appeal in the in the respect of not so niche down to Rothbart, but more the overall idea of anarchy, and because a lot of people think anarchy is chaos or leftism, we decided that actual anarchy which was an available. You are L at the time was a way to kind of correct that to say what anarchy truly is. And it's just a stateless society where voluntary interactions where people are mutually benefiting from each other, and you get division of labor and all the prosperity that you see around. So actually, I ki- became the site, and we focused primarily on discussions about movies. And that was way to relate the concepts of Austrian economics or libertarianism nonaggression principle. A with something that. Someone listening to it might be familiar with like, oh, I've seen that movie. I remember that scene. Oh now, I can look at it a little bit differently. And maybe we hope that sparks something that will stick with them a little bit. Yeah. And I have to say when I first heard the show, I'm a movie buff myself, and I loved it. I I could follow along with the conversation because of the movie, and it it helps me have conversations with people. Maybe don't follow this philosophy because I can bring up movies. Thanks. Thanks, d you know, you and your co hopes, and I appreciate it. And I hope you guys stick with it. And I hope it, you know. It blows up into something hugely successful. Yeah. That would be nice. And and actually you were a guest on the is for vendetta, which I think one hundred and one and the short linked to that is actually aren't you dot com slash one zero one. And if I can hijack. Go that there about a year ago, we decided that anarchy was a bit too broad. So we are a bit too scary. Like if you're looking through a podcast feed like a bunch of different names of podcasts. And you're a normal person who's not familiar with what anarchy actually is. You're probably gonna be off put by seeing anarchy in the title. So we created a normal friendly version to show within a show that will record simultaneously. It's a brief like a slightly shorter cut of the actual anarchy show. And so it actually gives us a little bit of time to talk to are actually enter key audience. Then we get into the last night as portion to talk about the movie do the analysis, and we come back to the actual portion for another five or ten minutes. And that way, we sort of had like this insiders group that are intercut sites. And we also have this sort of normally friendly version that it it's just called the last night here is like. Like that's not anything to scare people away. And we we haven't changed what we say. We haven't changed like how radical we are with the analysis, but we hope that it's a little bit more of an appeal and actually got picked up by the launchpad media. So now, we're on them on that show or that podcast feed once a week. And that's I think on Mondays when that one comes out. So launch pad media. They put out several different podcasts, including less last night. There's they put out PO PO PO Scott's from Smalley. Yeah. They have sounds like liberty, which is the show with Nick Picone and his wife. Yep. We just had Nick on last week. Oh, yeah. So you know, all about this and then put together by Johnny rocket and rocket launch pad. And then he. Morph that feed into this more wider neck, so it's got a different show every day of the week and cherry voluntary, she does postcards from Somalia. Johnny rocket has a co host name raylene, light heart, and she's great and they've re re named that show blastoff with Johnny rocket. There's also a show by Alex Moore said there's a show on law and legal theory by I think de que Williams. Yeah. Yeah. There's a bunch of different stuff than great. Yeah. So I mean, we feel like we're we're the Nunzio. He's on there. About movies. But you know, it it it's kind of rounds it out a little bit. And it gives us a little bit more exposure. I mean, they've got a pretty decent sized following. So we've actually picked up a fair number of listeners firm that regard and a few of them actually reached out to us, and we had one of them on as a guest on early Missouri episode which came out I think last week are. So the just came out today was. Brazil which was in honor and tribute to a friend of ours whose passed away recently that he was the guy who ran Liber Topi a cartoon Louis remained. Yeah. He he died unexpectedly about two weeks ago and Brazil was one of his favorite movies. And so we had intended to have him back on as a guest he'd done on a guest has a guest were equilibrium and Ghostbusters with us, and we were sort of tentatively planning on Brazil. And then of course, tragedy struck so we did in honor of him, and we hope that we did a Justice. So that one just came out today. That's great. There was a donation going on for him. Correct. I thought I saw it on. Here's a go fund me, and we have a pretty link for that. So anyone wants to contribute and help his his surviving wife and child with the you know, ongoing fences and whatnot. There's two links one is actually anarchy dot com slash Louis. L E W I S feels I have a last night version so last night or dot com slash L. E W I S. Okay. I'll put those in the show notes. Yeah. They both go to the same place. It's just because we do a show within a show. I had it bright berbie wealth, right? So let's get into. How do you do? Last night ours. And actually are like what is the tech that you use? How how are you? Posting. Okay. So it's sort of like. Equipment list, and softwares and stuff. Whatever you wanna share just to give people an idea how they may want to start their own business. Yeah. Sure. So we started out using a staffer called free conference, call dot com. And it was kinda great in that we could. Both my co host tonight could both communicate via this service, and he could call in be a normal phone as at the time. He was living in a rural area that did not even have high speed internet and the amount of internet. He had was capped. I think he could get like, I don't know five hundred megabytes a month or something like that. And so, you know, like one or two shows that shoot that. And so we started using this phone service. Unfortunately, it had kind of poor quality audio. And this is back when we were first getting like USB, my ex and trying different things I'm on my fifth Mike now and now that a mixer we record via Google hangouts. Now, he has since moved to near you, that's internet, rich. So he's he's bathing in high bandwidth. And so our audio quality. I think is significantly improved. Probably as of episode eighty or so, and we are just the one that came out today was one sixteen and so the short linked to the most recent episode is actually dot com slash one sixteen and I use a a Mackey mixer a channel running with an excellent cord into a senile. What is this thing? It's a condenser mic. I don't have. I'm in up on. I use a Logitech camera. That's the C nut nine to two with the background replacement. And that's he goes on sale on Amazon like every two months. And so if if you find it on sale, it's like fifty bucks. It's a decent camera. I have a windows ten machine and amac, and I kind of us both in the processing us, I'd acidy for editing and for hosting these Potter Matic for the extra energy version. And then we also use anchor dot FM for the last night version, and that's actually a free service, but they did just got bought by Spotify. And since they're rather lefty, I don't know exactly what's going to happen with that. Because like I said, we don't filter our content. You know, we still speak in. You know, like freedom is good tyranny is bad. But since most people disagree with what that is. Might be considered hate speech. I guess. Yeah. The censorship is becoming interesting. So you may know that I got banned from advertise. And our co coffee dot com on Facebook. Yes. I did see that. I still I still don't know why. But it is interesting to see you know, how how this all plays out. So thank you that. That's awesome. So in addition to the libertarian union and last night. Here's what are some of the other projects that you're work in non will read Rothbart still exists as a site and rather than it being like the podcast now, it is actually a collection of Rothbart lectures that are have transcripts in. They're searchable, and I call that throughout the repository. It's also got a series of articles by Rothbart links to his books with descriptions, and like little brief summaries, and it's going to as I continue to feel to devote anytime to it I expand and eventually have all of his articles. And so it'd be like a one stop shop for all things Rothbart. The other projects I'm working on. I have a it's a bit backburner at the moment. But because we are going to do non-state education for our children. We are very interested in learning about home schooling and ons unscrewing, and and what are the laws, and what are the best methods to encourage children to see, you know, like take that natural curiosity. They have and run with it. And so it's like a child kind of directed learning style that were trying to focus on and as we learn about it. We thought we would develop some resources to. Helping others kind of get into that same situation. And so that's something that I would like to get going, and as we continue to work on that kind of thing. I I hope to go to launch at some point in the near future. That's that's great to hear because. Yeah, we home school as well. As as you know, we've discussed this in the past and. You know, when I mentioned that people look at us like we have six heads that. It's it's it's interesting. It's it's just how indoctrinated we've become as a society. I guess that homeschooling. What is that? I know you could even do home schooling. Right. It depends on the state. I guess right. In here in New Hampshire. It's more and more people do it. So it's more common. But you know, when we were Rhode Island was like unheard of. But yeah, depends on the state, and it's difficult because like you're dealing with people who have been brought up in that system. And so or you know in the in the state education model, and so they look at anything outside of that as being dangerous or we're not normal. You wonder if you've been indoctrinated your whole life. You've got media entertainment all pushing a narrative, it's it's. I don't know. I mean, people aren't going to be able to see things for what they are. What you? When did it start? I think that I don't have like a lightbulb moment per se. My coast. And I we grew up together, and we were somewhat left leaning growing up. And it always seemed like whenever there was a problem in the world. It was like all right. What's the first solution? You think of oh, there ought to be a law or got to be some program to do x. And y and then in I was living in Seattle during the housing bubble as was kind of taking off, and this is like two thousand three two thousand four and I was like, this is not sustainable. What is going on here? You know this. This looks very bizarre to me like how these housing prices going up like ten or fifteen percent a month. People are buying houses flipping them. Trying to sell them for thirty percent more forty percent more like two months later. How does that even compute that doesn't make any sense? And I didn't have any like basis in what the fed was doing and increasing the money supply, and how it trickles into increasing in causing all this. Misallocation, but I knew something was wrong. And then when the bust happened two thousand seven two thousand eight I started hearing things from Ron Paul, and that was like the sort of spark to want to know a little bit more. And then I think it was the two thousand twelve run where I really started getting introduced to even Steph Ma new back when he was good more Ron Paul stuff, of course. And then I did the Meese institute fifty two week course in Austrian economics, my wife, and I we we were kind of prepar in a way we were like all right two thousand seven two thousand eight I expect it to be far worse. And so we wanted to get out of the city. We ended up moving to an island a little bit of like a two acre homestead type thing we had a garden and chickens and that and after we moved out there. I was like I'm going to have all this time because there's nothing to do out there. Like the sun goes down. And the town. There is got nothing going on. So I was like all right. We'll do this Austrian economics course from the Maecenas institute. And I did it in a year, actually. And I'm I'm actually presently doing it, again, a second time through with a group of people we meet weekly, and we call that the Roth pod roundtable, and we've got a professor in there and a bunch of other well read people who really dig this stuff, and it's become like this. We caught nerd group now, but my, you know, weekly economics meetings. I love it that that's awesome. So it's funny that you mentioned like the being prepared. I think we went through the same thing to me, and my wife, so don't feel like you're left out. I think that recession left a lot of us scared. Right. And we kind of did the same thing we. Although we live in very rural New Hampshire. Now, it wasn't. Coat to be like doom save piper's just happened to be that way. But when we moved out here, I'm Taliban change, we got chickens and grew our own, you know. Garden, and we still do those things. But now more focused on. There's this word. I think I heard it from TOMS Tom woods, which was like. Economic freedom or financial freedom. So this idea that you don't have to have all these student loans and Bank loans. Right. You can be financially free and the way to do that is possibly through you know, entrepreneurialism, right? And owning several businesses. Yeah. Diversifying your income? Streams that's something that we're sort of doing as well. And as I opened with I have probably too many things going on. And that is to my detriment. But in an you know, flip of that coin is we do on different streams of income going on. So my wife, and I we have several businesses. She does die projects for like baby wraps like wearing babies. Makes little bags and carriers. And and she does all sorts of different like little crafts with those. But we also have an Amazon at J store were launching shop of store. I'm about to get into a digital marketing agency with SEO and website development. And eventually we wanna relocate to a place that has a very tax advantaged status. Such as Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico, okay. Article twenty one where you or percent rate, and you don't have to pay the US income tax. Oh, that's nice. I might have to go there with you. Yeah. You say so I'll see you on the beach because we're we like New Hampshire, but the cold, weather sucks. So Puerto Rico so much better. Yeah. We haven't actually gone there yet. And so that's like the the next step. So right now, we're sort of developing the shop affi- store, and it's about ready to launch. A we've got the Amazon store the digital marketing agency is probably a few more weeks out or a few more months out. But once we sort of have those up and going then it's going to be a trip down there to Puerto Rico to scope it out and see if it makes sense. 'cause I mean, there's there's things that are great in theory. And then you get then you're like ho new way. You'll have to let me know I've never heard of. Anybody go into Puerto Rico for the tax break. I've always hear people come in here to New Hampshire, right and the whole Free State project movement, and you know, we have a lot of people here. But it's actually funny. I just went to the liberty forum, and I met somebody who moved here for the Free State project, but just couldn't deal with the cold weather, and then moved down to Florida, which was also seems to be a very libertarian friendly state, depending on where you live even though that's socialists almost won the governorship, which is strange. I told her I I asked her about that. And she goes. Yeah. But I mean, look here in New Hampshire, we've got a bunch of democratic leaders too. So. All right. I don't want to keep you any lot. I need much longer. The the. So we kind of did the who the how and the what I the last part is just plug any of your businesses where can people find you? All right. Well, because I have so many businesses in find me all over the place. But the you know, like the catch all is the Daniel Ellwood dot com. Okay. And I also have a site that is devoted to like affiliate marketing, and that's called lack in dot gold. And that is the URL actually. So it's black and gold. That's if you put that into the website. I'm you'll see it. It's sort of follows some of the projects I'm working on. But also has like some like, hey, here's how to know. I don't know. Manage your Facebook. Or here's a program that I've been doing and here's an affiliate link for it. So it's got some some decent stuff on it. I think again, I wish I could devote more time to all of these different projects, I'm working on. So it's a little polish on on each one. And it would be even better. But at the end of the day, I do sometimes look back on Mike. I can't believe how much actually do get done. So it's not it's not all for not. Also, so all put those in the show notes. Thanks so much Daniel for being on the show. Yeah. Thank you. And I really enjoy what you're doing as well. I keep getting invites to like new things that you're creating. So I I think you have the same affliction. I have. Yes. Very much. So. Very much. Yeah. And I I do talk about those in the beginning of the show and after the show, but I try to make the interviews all about the guests. So, but thanks, thanks for bringing that up and thank you. Yeah. Great. And let's keep in touch, and we'd love to have you on as a guest again at some point in the future. Absolutely. Well, there you have it folks. The amazing and talented entrepreneur Daniel Ellwood, you can check out all Daniel's work at Daniel Ellwood dot com. That's spelt, the N E L E L W O D dot com. There you're fine. All of Daniel's work, including the libertarian union Mesa's quotes, read Rothbart in actual anarchy. Thanks for listening for today show until next time head over to anarchy. Oh, inc. Dot com slash support to support this show. 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Taken for Granted: Lin-Manuel Miranda Daydreams, and His Dad Gets Things Done

WorkLife with Adam Grant

46:13 min | 4 months ago

Taken for Granted: Lin-Manuel Miranda Daydreams, and His Dad Gets Things Done

"I want to tell you about a new podcast metaphysical milkshake. It's hosted by rainn wilson twice troop from the office and raza. Asllan provocative sociologist. An author. You welcome guests. Krista tippett miam- bialik malcolm in me to ask life's biggest questions like why must we ruin everything. And what if i'm wrong. So get real. get honest. Laugh a lot along the way. Subscribe to metaphysical milkshake. Wherever you get your podcasts thanks to hilton for sponsoring this episode lewis. Did you think your son was out of his mind. No no. I never think he's out of his mind. I just think that he's nuts nuts. That's one way to have your dad describe you but when you have the creative streak lin-manuel miranda's maybe it's not such a bad thing. I'm adam grant and this is taken for granted my podcast with its head audio collective. I'm an organizational psychologist. My job is to think again about how we work lead. And you probably know lin-manuel from creating and starring in the cultural phenomenon that is hamilton. Maybe you were one of the millions. Who saw it on broadway or streamed it on disney. Maybe you'll have the t shirt. I bought my thoughts have been replaced by hamilton lyrics but before lynn created the musical that has redefined the way many teachers cover history. He was a teacher and before that he was a student himself. In one thousand nine hundred nine. He began writing his first. Hit musical which went on to win multiple tony awards so anita the means little dream. Sit no story all right everybody. Sit down sit down story block. That was disappeared in the heights. Co written with kiara tells the story of a bodega owner in the washington heights. Neighborhood of manhattan. Who dreams of a better life. The film adaptation of in the heights just launched and it took me on a roller coaster of emotions from joy to sorrow and moral To elevate i loved it. You still laying got no skills after we recorded this conversation afro lat. Next critics raised concerns about their representation in lead roles. Lin-manuel responded to these concerns on twitter. Saying i started writing in the heights. Because i didn't feel seen in over the past twenty years. All i wanted was for us all of us to feel seen. I can hear the hurt and frustration over color. Ism of feeling still unseen in the feedback. I'm learning from the feedback. I thank you for raising it. And i'm listening. I'm trying to hold space for both the incredible pride in the movie. We made and be accountable for our shortcomings burden. I got the chance to talk with lynn. Men well together with his dad. Political strategist an activist lee. Dave miranda junior along with being a force of nature in his own lewis has a long history of collaborating with his son. He hired lynn for a summer job as a teenager and went on to promote his first musical now. Louise's lynch gatekeeper. And they do a lot of philanthropy together. So i figured lewis could shed some light on. What makes lynn tick picked up some of the honked horns and new york city in the background. So welcome to zoom where it happened. I'm lemon law. Miranda i'm the uh composer of in the heights zim abi high. I m lewis meet on the. I proud myself to be the guy who tried to get things done. We tell us about how lynn worked for you. When he was in highschool. I heard you ended up voting him data entry whenever he didn't care about something he does the care for about it and he was always very sweet about it but he doesn't even do it and when things to get done you just fire someone but when that person's your son it's more difficult to fire that person so you demote that person and He knew that he was being demoted. But you make them feel strong in this new responsibility which is to. I listened to a lot of wonderful music while i entered a more interesting to me than the more cumbersome tasks that were laid upon me earlier and there were all important past that he you know that's why he was as a child as well. He was not interested in something he goes do it. That reminds me of a classic study of creative architects. Where one of the things that differentiated. The most creative architects from their peers was the spiky or grades in school. They excelled in topics that interested them and they basically flunked everything. That didn't lynn. It sounds like you were that kid. Yes and here's where it gets to bring up my one of the the Toughest thing about senior high or my father forced me to take. Ap statistics and he said. I'm it'll make you look well rounded. And i said i'm not well rounded so you know my my grades reflected. I did okay in english. And i did okay in history and and all of the arts things. I was lucky enough to take but your for better or worse i mean in the heights was written in an astronomy class. I did not get a very good great. I was supposed to be paying. And you have to understand that astronomy class with he science requirement. Well i have to say this. This clearly paid off when when seeing in the heights. But now i have to wonder there have to be task. Now that are not intrinsically interesting or meaningful to you that are still important for you to be able to produce. You're brilliant work. How do you motivate yourself now. And what would you tell your teenage south. A couple of things. One of the things i cared enormously about then and now we're making things and making things with my friends. I really sort of fell in love. Where theater by not by seeing shows but by doing shows in elementary school in junior high and high school. You can't fire your cast mates. You can't pay them. You're you're in school The only thing you have as a motivational tool is your belief in the thing itself and and being getting others to believe that we can make something greater than the sum of our parts. And so i was probably more intense even then now because that was all i had and i cared passionately about making things whether they were movies or whether they were plays i'm end and so but again what comes with a also learned very early on that. I thrive on deadlines and that can be a positive thing not necessarily like. It's monday morning and you haven't done your homework yet But tommy kale. Who is know the. Maybe the most important collaborator in my life realized very early that i've thrived on deadlines he said. Let's meet every friday before any producer ever saw in the heights before anyone before even was on board in two thousand four. You said bringing something every friday will meet in the basement of the drama book shop and on days when i brought in stuff we had stuff to talk about and again like it became a joy to work towards that friday meeting. And that's how the heights gets made. That's how it gets. Need is by knowing that. If i bring if i work hard and writing always hard i gonna get to bring into a room with with smarter of folks than me and we're all going to get to kick the tires on it. Make something better and let me tell you. And the second part of that question that he avoided because he didn't like it which is how does he motivate with things that he doesn't like to do by now. I know he has a great team of people around him That helped in every way. It's the thing on the agenda that gets pushed week after week after week. And then i finally asked him. You're never going to do this right. So why don't we have so and so do this and then gets done. Your podcast with my nancy. Careful what you wish for. I love that if it doesn't get done delegate it. I think that could be useful for allen's trying to manage a creative genius. Yup so let's talk about in the heights. I love the final product. I'm guessing the process is a little more mundane of creating it and louise. I wondered if you've learned anything from watching your son create or is it the most boring thing in the world to watch lynn right. No not at all. And and i follow it very carefully because like my wife. He thrives on deadlines. I'm the guy who you tell that. Something is due next month and i'll start working now so that it's done a week before it's too and there's time to review it. That's not the manuel. So i have seen this process unfold over two decades and it's always fascinating because what comes next. It's certainly better and there's always a real rationale and a real road that he followed off why he ended up at this new place. Well you and. I are cut from the same cloth. Ben my first tedtalk was about how procrastinator instead of a procrastinator. You give me you give me a deadline. And i will find a time machine to finish it early if i have to and i was stunned to discover that often people who procrastinate are more creative than people who dive right in because they incubate they wait the best idea instead of rushing into the first idea land. I wondered if there's anything in there in your creative process and what you know about creativity that most people get wrong. Oh man i think for me. yeah i. I've always sort of said what you said in a joking way. There's kids who do their homework on friday night. And there's kids monday morning and for the life of me. I wish i were friday night kid. I'm sure it would result in less stomach aches but that being said incubation is a really important part of the process i think of the final numbers of two of my musicals both in the heights and hamilton. They were both written on mornings workshops. Were actors were waiting for the last song in the show and we spent the more i remember. Fort like the hydrogen open cool breezes blow arriving at four o'clock in the morning on the day of reading and writing all of that as quickly as possible and and the same is true of of hamilton elisas whole last section. I woke up like a shot at three. Am had to get it done by nine. Am to give it to pippa to learn for a reading at mood. As i'm sure of my actors were incredibly stressed out by not having that material get. I don't know any other way. It i i was doing the love this but james lupines written a book on the making of sunday. Depart with george and there is. There's a good long day went into rehearsal of that. Without a second act. They want to perform an audience without a second act and it won't mandy. Patinkin grabs on time and instead. Give me anything. I don't care if it's a piece of shit to me. And some the state of and taken aback said. I'm working on it. I'm working on it. And then he went on to write finishing the hat which is maybe the greatest song about the artistic process that exists but it really is about getting yourself into that mind state where the world disappears with things that i learn mostly over the last year in working closely with lemon wail and with him having so many balls in the air. It's that initially the way we handle. It was okay. He could work on encounter from eleven to one and he going to work on tick tick boom from this time to this time to realize. That's not the way the creative process works. Probably for anybody. In certainly not fully manuel and sort of working hard. Now with the team and say okay. Today's income today don't put anything else. Let him just marinate whatever he has in his aides and even if he's doing nothing but eating chocolate cake letting eat chocolate cake. That's how he's going to be marinated the next on he needs. That's amazing. i have so many questions about that. I wanna i wanna talk about one of the characters in in the heights nina. Her arc is so so interesting that she's the first family to go to college but then she struggles when she gets to stanford and it reminded me of some recent evidence in psychology. There's a mismatch between the collectivistic cultures that we often see in immigrant. Communities an individualistic cultures dominate are american universities and workplaces. I'd love to hear both of your thoughts about how we can change that. How do we take a school or a workplace where help seeking seems like a sign of weakness and make it a source of strength. How do we build a sense of community in these very independent worlds of achievement that we've created in the us. I'll a long time ago. I'm talking about decades ago. I worked in a place called the national action council for minorities in engineering naqvi. There were very few Black latino in engineering and the the goal was how do we create programs in universities that celebrate what this new students are bringing into the university. How do we accept a posse now. There's a posse felt nation that we're working with but enough of them so that they have a community and they can work together as a community and how administration. It's committed to do this when my wife and i were accepted into the phd program seen psychology for new york university. Ten out of the twenty ph. The students are five blocks five lengthy knows ten wight but then we got accepted and there was no professors. Nobody was interested in our dissertation topics. No one was interested in teaching what was to shrink. Latino hits so none of that existed in the college so it's not only to accept it's really to prepare the institution on how best to help those students that they're accepting it so interesting. You mentioned the posse foundation. It's an organization that we worked with specifically in the arts lane to create cohort of students. Who are all going together so that you get to school with that. That group of fellow students and community resources and i realized that the inception of in the heights came out of a proto posse experience for me. I was living in got to wesleyan and lived in dorm housing freshman year my sophomore year. I lived in a latino program house called like. I said that'll be both. You had to write an essay on you. Felt you could be a latino community leader at wesleyan to get one of the rooms and it was me and eight other latino students and i was the kid was the theater major in that house and there was my my upstairs neighbor. Her passion was helping unionized. Janitors at wesleyan university. The wonderful side effect being that became our adoptive parents and they would come to our house to hang out when they weren't working but again it was also the first time i really had close friends and assist them of a group of first generation of kids around me. And we're making the same pop culture jokes and were fluent in spanish and in english and then spanish level pop culture and american pop culture. And i think that's what gives me the permission to write that. I drafted in the heights. It's realizing oak. I can bring more of myself to my work than just the pop rock stuff. I was writing because was inspired by rent. Nineteen ninety-seven So it's not just you know whether you thrive or not but it's really it's about the power of being able to bring all of yourself into a room striking. Everyone needs a posse around them who understands their experiences in their backgrounds. It's also interesting though when you wrote the story literally half your life ago and it would have been very easy to just take what worked on broadway and do it for the film. But you didn't stop there you rethought and reimagined some of the major pieces why well kiara gets one hundred percent of the credit for the very intelligent updates to the story into the screenplay recognize that we are were further along in our journey as writers as we were when we were little babies making an heights in in two thousand and seven and two thousand and eight and you know the world changes in our changes with it. Certainly i can point to specific aims immigration but the debate our immigration sunny is wrapping not immigration back in two thousand and seven thousand and eight. That debate only got more toxic and more divisive and so curb decision to foreground that debate by having one of the characters of be an undocumented citizen i really humanizes it and really humanizes it in a in the best way that art can which is now. That's not some other that you've read about in the headline page. That's a character. You love the person you love who has grown up here and spent his life year and can't imagine living anywhere else so you can't just put it away. You can't just brush it aside in the same way. And also i think the other thing she did was very subtly but Intelligently update the level of gentrification in washington heights in that two thousand and eight version. It's around the corner. It's still all businesses. It's here in twenty twenty and the question then becomes who who survives who adopts who on. It's it's amazing to me that that not only did you do all this updating of it but that in the heights wasn't an immediate sensation lewis. You're selling tickets personally for your adult sons performance at one point. Was there a moment where you said. This isn't gonna work. Never i will do whatever the for my kids then now and forever and i know it was. It was what needed to be done. I proud myself to be the guy who tried to get things done. And the point one. The was there to take the show to the richard rodgers. Now we needed butts for the chairs. The twelve hundred chairs out the rich rogers every single night. so then. that's what needed to be done. You and i use every trick in a book from been depot. My son did this show. It could only be successful if you calm. Bring your family and your friends to those. That are hal a little more more pressing. That you've gotta come and then just reach out to institutions was a show. That was a wonderful show in the enough stars indian. Have any of the things that people tried to put on broadway in order to make a show successful and we know that at the end paid off. Was there a moment that you doubted yourself or said you know. I'm just not sure if this is going to make it. There were lots of moments where was live to see it. You know it is. I don't talk a lot about the the sensation of having an entire show in your head but it's now not yet on stage for people to see it. It's an incredibly uncomfortable. Feeling it is. It is like feeling intellectually pregnant. It is like it is it. Is you know. I remember kiara and i. We're lucky enough to get the show in the o.'neil theatre center to work on it for two weeks for like free workshops labs spaced unlimited coffee unlimited copies. And we were. We didn't sleep for two weeks. We worked so hard. We did these amazing performances. Everyone's crying after all the shows and our producers said to us at the end of those two weeks. It's not ready. You've done good work but it's not ready and they're still too many storylines. I still don't know what i'm supposed to follow. And you've taken steps forward and take steps backward and we think we need at least one more workshop before we get a production and you know again. You've got this whole show in your head and all needs is an audience. All these is to not exist only in your head anymore. That's those are the times when it's the toughest when you can see the distance between This work that you know again. We're writing feeder zone books. They need an audience to live. Not bell leads your applause to survive And and so that that distance can be very tough and very discouraging. But but that's where you lied on your collaborators and you just keep working on my end. It's interesting that. I live all of those moment and will get very sad about. Oh god were. Were not going the next staff but again my show. My my job is to be the cheerleader. sometimes lee manuel tells me that. Can i just spend sometimes in sadness. Can i just be a bit introspective. About what is happening. You're trying to fix it. You're trying to get it to the next level. And i my wife is the person with whom i spend time fixing things and being vulnerable and being sought but with my kids it's okay. How do we fix this. How how do i. Go and shake jeffrey seller to move forward. Everybody should have a parent that relentless bad but then you have to say like no. We have to make the show better because they were right. By the way i stutter. To think of the o.'neil version of in the heights had had appeared on. It didn't have the focus in needed. We did have work to do. But you can't fix a musical fast. You have to let talk to you and tell you what it needs and stats painstaking. Work at hilton hospitality. Never stops and they mean it. Hilton's values focus strongly on serving people. 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And my conversation with lin. Manuel and luis miranda thrilled. The white house called me tonight. Because i'm actually working on a hip hop album the clan. You're at twenty nine. You were invited to perform at the white house with the obamas and the audience and you took what looks to me like a massive risk instead of performing in the heights which has already been validated and stamped. You debut a brand new song called alexander hamilton. What the hell were you thinking. Who does that. Here's what they said to me. They said we'd love to do something for tonight's or if you have anything about the american experience i've sixteen bars. I didn't have really finale of the song. I wrote that for the white house itself. I just had the verses and and the alexander hamilton little chorus but it was a deadline. It forced me to finish the song. And i thought if it doesn't work in this room maybe i'll just throw it away like this. This feels a good audience for. I feel like the president has a treasury secretary. He's going to relate but again like yes. It was a massive risk. The only people who heard the song at that point were maybe character. Leo who owes in the show with every night Alex moore who ended up playing piano for me and my wife wasn't even my wife yet so that was it was certainly nerve wracking but it was also. It was thrilling to perform something new in that space. It was thrilling to split. Van with james earl jones through white house day could have ended their and it would've been a great day so i'm glad i took the risk because it was also cancellation of what my hamilton experience would be. I would tell folks. The idea laughed. Now would start telling the story and then they go what what happened. And that's been the experience now. Is that experience in miniature. And that's been the experience of hamilton Percents how did you know this was the right risk to take this in many ways this could have been the biggest performance of your life and you could have blown it right. It could've just bombed i honestly. I'm probably more timid. Now than i was then i think that i was. There's a a reckless thing. That happens when you're a writer. Which is the song you're working on now is always your favorite song. I was really proud of what i was writing and working on. I liked it the best at that moment. So it didn't feel like i didn't think about. I just never looked down. I didn't think about what would happen if it didn't come through. I just thought well. This is the best thing i've written. Because it's the latest thing i've written and i want to show this to them louis. Did you think your son was out of his mind. No no. I think he's out his mind. I just think that he's nuts. I you have to remember. He was on vacation from the heights when he read the hamilton book and came to the house and said this is my next meal. So i'm never gonna say that's ridiculous. And i knew that he was taking the risk and the entire time he was singing. My wife and i were there. We were just checking people's reaction in the room. I don't think that i looked at him. Once or alex. Lacombe more ones. I was just looking at people like Nodding with approval. Are there nodding. What what the fuck is he talked about. Just trying to read the room. Watching that audience is so interesting as a psychologist because then you look very nervous in the first maybe two three sentences and then you're just in the zone and the audience goes through the same transformation. They're all looking at you. Like what is this guy talking about and they laugh nervously. And then they're hooked. Did it feel that way. Did you feel the room. Change exactly that way you've never seen me stammer as much as you have in the intro. To that song the intro was probably the most under rehearsed part of it and any lot of ways the most important part of it. I'm setting up quite a weird pitch by. I am standing. I'm really nervous. The first thing. I did which was a mistake. Was like lock is with the president of the united states and i realized can't look at him. That's too scary. That i looked over. And there's the first lady and then finally Michelle's mum was at the table with them as well. And i was like okay. I can look at first subway line. I can look at first. Mom should give me a beautiful smile and this. This is someone. I can talk to but all of that was happening while i'm trying to set up the premise of the song and then as soon as the snapping starts. I'm okay just to send the main lab education. Don't forget what you came for. The world is going to hang on exander. Hamilton misses a million things he has done. But just you. yeah i i. I find this whole dynamic of creating and performing just endlessly interesting as a psychologist given that linear the son of one psychologist and another almost psychologists. One of my biggest fears is screwing up our kids. And i wonder if you could talk about what what you learn and what you did to impart psychology into a young mind without without creating a warped child. I think that it's understan- the first item is understand. What's you role in that family. my wife. it's the one who gives nurturance. She's the one who is empathic. She's the one who can hold your hand and make you feel better. That's not who i am. And i know that that's not who i am. I'm the one who holds your hand. When he was a little boy that he wanted to give money to every homeless person that he saw the street and the guy was going to hold his hand. And we're going to go on the corner on that and my wife is the one who holds the hand and explains the sadness of seeing someone who though a home so once you understand what your role in the family you stay in your lane and you intersect when it's needed but otherwise you try to do what your best and the other take over whether best at lynn. What was that like. Are there lessons that you learned from your psychologist parents about managing emotions about dealing with conflict. Dsm four on my house. I was like oh. I see i have seasonal affective disorder reigning symptoms. Check out so having access to that is great. But i also i think i think one of the good side effects of having psychologists parents is You very in touch with your feelings and you're able to name them. What of books. Growing up i learned was not a shared childhood experience. It was not exactly good night. Mood was ta for tots transitional analysis where you talk warm fuzzies and you're cold brickley catch. It was a book designed to sort of help. You talk about feelings and then cut to me in college and we're talking about goodnight moon and we're talking about You know the very hungry caterpillar arrested. Eric carl and i'm like no way. We read it every night. No scars clearly. No scars from that experience. I love it. What are the other things that that i find so interesting about. The two of you is. You both had prior careers in completely different worlds before you landed where you are louis. I i wondered if you talk a little bit about how your political experience has foreshadowed. Now all the creative activism that you're doing in the art scene and lynn. Obviously time is an english teacher how that continues to influence you as a creator and performer on on my end. It's very very easy to work. Whittling manuel because he my head. He's my political candidate. Now when you work with political candidate you are helping them. You have to get on camera. Your candidate screwed up and you're going on camera to explain and clean up So it's it's a similar experience everything that we do. It's to make sure that the best ably manuel comes forward. And i continue to be involved in politics just in possible to separate but doing everything we can for the issues that we care about fee used a new megaphone that we have that leeman wheel has that we have as a family. It's unimportant component of continuing. That journey of moving the needle forward of progressive causes lynn. What about what about the interplay between teaching and creating and performing what what do you. What do you see from your teaching days. Really affecting the way that you think. My first job out of college was teaching seventh grade english at mile high school and aids really as a result of one of my mentors at my high school. My eighth grade teacher. Dr remembered her on is the one who knows me writing songs in the back of english class and said you know we have a student run beater program. You should write for that. You're very talented. The news the first person outside of my family to tell me that. And so as i was graduating college rung up dr herbert said or their substitutes positions available at hunter. I'm going to be trying to make heater than gonna have to pay the rent somehow. anti said. Actually there's a. There's a part time english position. That's that's open. And so. I went taught english and i think the biggest lesson i learned. I feel like. I should have seen it because all of my favorite teachers did this Is your actually your vest as a teacher when you're listening When your job is to introduce the topic and give everyone the salient details and then ask questions I found that the most profound breakthroughs invariably happened when the kids were learning from each other. And there's a lot of lessons to take away from that into the creative arts space as well. You are as good as the room you put yourself in on and you're trying to create an environment both in the classroom and in your artistic collaborations where the best idea in the end. It doesn't matter where it comes from. It doesn't matter in my syllabus to give you or you've come to that realization yourself but but fostering an environment where ideas are supported and the best idea in the room Wins and so that was invaluable. I really i went into teaching thinking. I was going to be a performer and i realized oh that part actually goes out the window and the part where you're listening really listening to your students and then able to turn the conversation That's actually when you're doing your best work. And that's also true of acting by the way like the actors who really listen are the most compelling invariably. I think listening might be the most underrated skill in our lives another topic. I wanted to ask you both about is. I guess traditionally called work life balance. Which i think is just a ridiculous concept. I don't know anybody who accomplishes anything worthwhile. In steady equilibrium and it seems to me that what we're striving for is more like rhythm where there's a repeating pattern of different beats some might be job or family or friends or health are hobbies that might vary in their duration and in their accent and i might be stretching the us metaphor here. But i'd be thrilled to hear both of you talk a little bit about how you think about work life. I what i try to do it every one in my life personally. It's everybody in my life work wise. I create this mesh of people who i enjoy just having coffee with and talking about current events or whatever we wanna talk and then we're gonna be working together in doing a commercial or doing something that it's important so the way in which. I have been successful doing that. So that i can work twenty four seven. It's by married my work and my personal life and quite frankly the only relationship where that doesn't happen to the extent that the other top it with my wife because we have very different lanes and it works and he has worked for decades and decades. And why change it when when he does. But i have worked with my daughter for twenty five years and i work with her every single day of my life. So that's the way. I have been able to create that unbelievable song of work and family. We have very different positions. I'll just again like. I reject the premise that the goal is to work richmond's indebted somewhere. Lewis moreno gold. The way i have achieved working twenty four seven not only was driving and at but it is interesting. You know might wife had an insight really into like a little into the process of writing hamilton. When when we were together married which was Life is always going to present distractions and The best idea you had the idea to make a musical. Hamilton actually happened to endure on vacation on a pool. Float with a margarita. In your hand moment when your brain can kind of unplugged from your day to day concerns and really drift. And so she just started booking -cations we would go you know. Borrow a friend's house town. She'd stayed the first week with me and leave me alone for a week. We go to she booked on a trip to nevis where alexander hamilton was born book to sit in a very nice hotel so she could have a very nice spot time while i worked on non stop the song at the end of act one and then we both had a wonderful vacation because i could really drift and relax and so to me. The creativity part doesn't happen without daydreaming in my line of work. I need to daydream. Just like my dad said we were getting diminishing returns when i had to work on three different projects in one day but if there is a day where it's you know the only thing on my schedule is really to pick up my kids and tuck them in even though there's nothing on the schedule i'm daydreaming thinking about next song. I'm thinking about that. Next on creative problem that i have to solve and so it's it's been a different ratio for different rhythm to use your terminology. It's been such an honor to speak with the two of you and a real delight to so much fun. Enclosing ask you each. What impact do you hope in the heights. We'll have. I think that i wanted as a real opening for lepe latinos to be in hollywood. I have seen the impact that had on broadway. And how many latinos got their first broadway gig Within the height and how many have a careers in theater. Any not to be that way it. There should be an in the height opening in theaters every single week of our lives. And that's what i hope The movie will do it. It's not lost on me that at the same time in the heights is releasing. I'm also An executive producer on documentary on rita moreno who blazed a trail. There was no trail and it was often the only latina in productions. I in the studio system and then through the forties and fifties and sixties. And as you know. I'm so glad that we have this movie. That gives her her flowers because she was she made away where there was no way and Without her or something like in the heights doesn't exist at where it's not just one lucky story being told but lots of stories being told so you know. My hope is that in ten years people go. What was the big deal about an heights that that would be. That would be the goal and just to say that. My dad made a chocolate cake. He was born in the taken for granted hosted by me. Adam grant shows produced by ted with transmitter. Media team includes colin. Helms read a cone. Dano donald constanza gherardo joanne de luna grace rubinstein. Michelle quinn angela. Chang an nfl. This episode was produced by james t green. Our show is mixed by rick. Quan original music by hans sales to and allison leyton brown for the research. Thanks donald mckinnon on creative architects stephen sarah townsend andrea ditman and cultural. Mismatch my collaborator on procrastination and creativity and special. Thanks to whitney williams for her help in arranging this interview in zoom where it happened. My dad were pajamas. One more thing you know. I love data. And we'd love your help in gathering data about work life let us know what you think ed's survey nerds dot com slash. Worklife will appreciate your feedback on strengths to build on and weaknesses to overcome that survey nerds dot com slash. Worklife thank you.

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Should All Rides On The T Be Free?

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Should All Rides On The T Be Free?

"This is radio boston. I'm tian deering. Lots happening from beacon hill to capitol hill today. Kobe cases on the rise in massachusetts. President biden's bipartisan infrastructure. Bill is caught up in a political minefield so we are checking in with a member of our delegation about how congress and our elected officials. There should respond to both in some other. Things congressman jake auchan class who represents massachusetts fourth congressional district joins us from washington d. c. He is in the house cloakroom. Now representative auchan class. Thanks for stepping aside and talking to us here on radio boston. Oh it's a pleasure to be with you. So i had a full agenda but news is gonna news so i'm going to add one right to the top. Which is this afternoon. A lot of controversy over the fact that house speaker. Nancy pelosi has essentially pulled to of Kevin mccarthy's picks for the January sixth investigative committee and the kevin mccarthy is angry. This looks like it's going to cause another blow up What are you hearing. What are your reactions. The purpose of this select committee is to provide an objective accounting for the american public today and for austerity about what happened on january. Six and how. He prevented it from happening again. It's a matter of democratic integrity. The speaker reached out her hand to republicans and said. Let's make this bipartisan. Just like we did after nine eleven for the good of the country and the republicans chose trump over truth. And now they're having a tantrum because the speaker is insisting that this actually be an objective committee. They're trying to take it and she's trying to make sure that it actually serves. Its intended purpose. So i have no sympathy for what. We're hearing from leader mccarthy. What's the path forward now passport. Is that the speaker is going to put people on the committee that she has competence in and the american people can have confidence in our truly coming to this in a spirit of jury trying to seek the facts and trying to put together an objective reckoning for public and for posterity That can really help heal our democracy. That's what the american people deserve right. Now we saw a traumatizing attack on our very core institutions and people want to see. How can we prevent this from happening again. And what are the root causes that led to this. She is going to deliver that through the select committee. And we're just not going to allow trump to his cronies in congress to undermine so You know we talk to you shortly after january sixth. You are a former marine This has got to be personal for everyone. Talk us through how this turns out to be an objective investigation and how everybody keeps is clear and clean As this plays out. I think it's personal for every american. Not just for members of congress who were in the chamber that day and that level of emotional resonance to me is not a bad thing it does not mean that we cannot be objective. It simply means that the urgency of getting the truth is increased that we feel a deep obligation to have a true reckoning about what happened that day so i don't think a high emotional register detracts from quality investigation. I mean certainly not. Eleven americans across the political spectrum felt incredibly invested in what had happened but we were still able to deliver what has become. I think a almost universally renowned report on that event and we can do the same thing after january six. I want to move onto. The pandemic hear cases are on the rise including breakthrough cases and fully vaccinated people cording to the state's department of public health as of july seventeenth more than five thousand breakthrough cases with eighty of them. Being fatal. do also want to note that fatalities in that group. Makeup point zero zero one eight percent of the vaccinated population here but each losses. Tragic and people are spooked by this climbing cases. Are you concerned right now with the trend. We're seeing yes. Because scientists in public health experts have been cleared that we should be concerned and the data is supporting that now. I'm glad that you made that. Point about breakthrough kovin because although it is absolutely a reality. We should also note. That does not mean that people should not get kodak scene because they're cova now. The vaccine absolutely is incredibly effective. Means to not get kobo and also it means that do get covert. You are drastically less likely to be hospitalized or certainly to die from it so definitely still got the vaccine. But i'm feeling very frustrated to be to be candid with you because the vaccines are in abundance now in this country and at a time when other countries throughout the world are struggling to get enough supply. And i'm we'll talk about that later. We're having to give pickup trucks to people to convince them to get a shot. That is truly a miracle of science. So i just wanna say again. Get the vaccine. Do it for your own safety. Do it for the ones that you love because if not not only you proving yourself and others love in jeopardy were at risk of backsliding after so much loss and so much work so the pickup truck reference of course being the various kinds of prizes and lotteries around the country that are being offered to try to encourage people. I wanna stay on this second. More than four point. Three million people fully vaccinated in the commonwealth. That's about sixty one percent. But portions of the states are holdouts in your district as of july fifteenth Forty seven percent of residents in fall river and taunton fifty one percent attleboro fifty four percent. I've heard just now your message to them. What are you hearing from constituents who do not were not getting vaccinated. So i'm proud to say that fall river now Based on my last conversation with the mayor a few days ago has tipped about fifty percent jackson nation rate And he is doing a tremendous amount of work to continue to to raise that up. There is now increasingly. Good research about the right way to message to a vaccine. Has its population it. It seems like it's decreasingly. Effective to talk about peer pressure or social forming and more effective to reiterate the safety of the vaccine And that that message is most effective when it comes from republican elected officials to Republican constituents that that people who are vaccine hesitant who are supporters of donald trump want to hear from republican elected officials that the vaccine is safe. That's what the evidence is saying. It'd be most effective messaging. And i'm not political about it. I just want people to get vaccines whatever works we should be doing. Which is why. I'm so incredibly frustrated with my colleagues in congress from the republican party who are unwilling to tell their constituents who would listen to them that this vaccine is safe and they need to get. That is a moral responsibility. Patriotic responsibility that these republicans have and they're abdicating any conversations in the back rooms trying to sway. Republican colleagues to to carry a different message is the prevalence of the delta verion starting to change people's minds after what we've seen over the last eighteen months of this virus after the willingness that we've seen from trump and his enablers politicize even the most basic science and public health. I have limited confidence. But i'm certainly going to continue to keep trying okay. Let's stay up on the hill. I want to talk about infrastructure for a minute democrat. Leadership in the senate wanted to start debate today on a bipartisan infrastructure. Bill republicans however saying. They don't want to start debate without further negotiations on the details. The details really been hammered fully out yet. The kind of looks like this is turning into a standoff on how to proceed but before today. It seemed like the bipartisan. Effort was moving. Are we in trouble here. We're in the middle of negotiations and as you well know as short listeners. And appreciate in politics whenever you're in the middle of negotiations that always kind of feels a little bit party. I just wanna pierce through the day in day out all at six and just again expressed what we're actually trying to do. We're trying to do is fix roads and bridges. We're trying to expand transit. We're trying to ensure clean water. And we're trying to expand high speed. Internet access and these four pillars are bipartisan everywhere except washington dc democrat and republican state and local elected officials in massachusetts. See and feel the need from fall river to brookline. This is tremendously popular legislation. We are going to get it done. we gotta stick the dismount and we're currently still doing twists and turns in the middle of the year. So i think this is confusing for most people congressman because we have the narrower bipartisan bill. That's being hammered out on some what one might call more traditional infrastructure items and then we have three point five trillion dollar spending package. The democrats have committed to putting through. It seems the main battle line is between putting both through or not getting the bipartisan narrower. Roads and bridges kind of bills through is that linking the core of the problem. And is it sort of you know at all costs. Are you willing to give up a bipartisan bill. That is bipartisan. If smaller in order to get the bigger thing done at the end of the day we're going to advance the biden agenda whether it's strictly partisan lines or whether it's bipartisan. We are going to pass something we're going to ensure that that the president and congressional democrats are able to keep our campaign promises to the american people which was about rebuilding an economy. That's working for everybody so we're going to get it done. Let me just try to maybe speak to why the bipartisan effort is worth pursuing right. Now and that is it comes down to policies a with reconciliation. Maneuver that you have to do if you only have democratic votes. You can't do as much policy change as you want to do. Because of the rules of the house in the senate reconciliation process. You can only do funding changes. You can't do policy changes that does cut into what this infrastructure bill can accomplish because we made significant policy changes in our infrastructure funding and the house version. We changed how we think about mobility away from car centric highways to connecting people to jobs in services to all kinds of modalities trains two walking and cycling And it would. It would be disappointing to lose that opportunity to really change policy to make it more climate resilient to make To make it more more conducive to a more fair economy all right so before we let you go. I do want to shift gears. And i want to ask you about. Hr three which aims to further regulate the price of prescription drugs drugs. You're a co-sponsor of the bill. But you also co authored. A letter to house speaker. Nancy pelosi objecting to a clause in the bill. So that's of a dual position. Can you explain it as you said on co-sponsor of the bill and You know have a hundred percent voting for the democratic caucus. So i am going. And i'm working with speaker's office to ensure the democrats pass drug pissing legislation I also think that we can and should be Lowering out of pocket costs for patients. That is a really critical feature of lowering prescription. Drug prices is lowering it for medicare and what the government pays but making sure we pass through those savings to people actually pay at the countertop and so i have been advocating for a hard cap on insulin drug prices per month and a hard cap on all out of pocket costs per month so that our senior citizens and indeed all americans are not put underwater by prescription drug costs. So you do. You have said that. Your objection is to Hr threes clause capping prescription prices subject to federal negotiation at one hundred twenty percent of the average price in some other countries. And it seems your argument is about innovation and ensuring that you know there are new in d investments. I know you're aware that the huffington post has argued that this is reflective of a position of the pharmaceutical industry and reported on you receiving Both superpac donations to a pet superpac. That supported you donations to your campaign from pharma which your response there. I've been a supporter of medicare negotiation. Since before i was even elected to congress so i'm a strong supporter of medicare's abilities negotiate drug prices We need to ensure that. We're lowering out of pocket. Costs for patients will eat into corporate profits and the kind of Blowback that you've seen against me. I think it's a reflection of what happens when you push back against putting profits over patients. So what's the objection. The objection is that we need to bring all parties to the table here. We need to bring the health insurance the pin's and make sure that they are actually lowering the fuck. It costs for patients as well as lauren. list prices for the government and you're worried about innovation being suppressed. If we shoot too far. I think any drug pricing policy needs to account or out of pocket cost patients that used to account for delivering cures for diseases like alzheimer's and diabetes and cancer and it needs to account for the important jobs that the life science has sector creates the massachusetts form. So it's a it's a three legged stool here Number one is that people's monthly out of pocket costs are capped too can afford the drugs that they need for their treatments. Okay so i do want to come back to this. And i'm just going to push on this part one more time because there were some large donations to the superpac including one from dr. laurie glimcher. Who is your mother Who sits on the board of directors of glaxosmithkline. It's not unusual to get pushback about concerns about campaign contributions and how they affect a legislators choices on the floor. What are you doing to reassure constituents that you have a firewall between your donations and the positions that you're taking well i i've got broad base support Across -chusetts across the host of professions. Because people see that i am reflecting their values in advancing their priorities And my voting record is speaking for itself year. I think going to bat for patients pocket costs going to bat for delivering. Yours is something very in line with what voters want. All right congressman. Jake aachen class. Who represents massachusetts fourth congressional district. Really appreciate you taking the time. Thanks so it's going to be with now. Onto the pandemic were cape. Cod is seeing an uptick. In cases and state health officials are monitoring the spread. the cape has seen a cluster of about thirty residents and staff at a yarmuth nursing home test positive and in province town a cluster of more than one hundred thirty cases mostly among those already vaccinated. That pushed the town to reissue. An indoor mask advisory joining us to discuss that communities responses alec morse alex morris town manager of province down and alex. How do you view the problem there. What's behind the surge in cases so important to remember that province down as a population of three thousand residents year round and in the summer we ballooned to a population of of upwards of sixty thousand people the day so we're a decent sized city and in the summer and when you have tens of thousands of people congregating in very densely populated spaces and venues. There are certainly a number of unvaccinated individuals. That are traveling here. But i think if anything when we think about this cluster it showing us the vaccine is working giving that the majority of cases in the cluster are vaccinated individuals showing mild symptoms. And so i think it's also a an example of having to sort of shift our thinking to a new normal of unfortunately having to live with the virus we want to continue tracking severity of symptoms among vaccinated and level of hospitalizations. And you know until we see. Or if we see a steep increase in those two indicators. Than i think we'd be more concerned but we're doing the best weekend to manage it it. It's still very much to you know. Have fun safe town and province down but we want to make sure we get this advisory out and raised a public consciousness on kovin that it's still very much with us so on a scale of one to five. Where one is everything's okay and five is holy cow. This is a crisis. What's your number right now. alex. I would say we're at a to you know. Unfortunately as a nation we still have less than fifty percent of our population so he vaccinated and there are some things that need to happen to increase vaccination in vaccine hesitant communities. We're getting the word out that testing is the most important thing that people can do right now to detected tests early get vaccinated again. The numbers are showing that vast majority are vaccinated with mild symptoms. And we need to get those numbers up. So we thanked the state department of public health for deploying mobile testing mobile vaccination. Here we've had over three thousand people get tested in the last week and a half. We've issued over twenty vaccinations in the last few days. And so we are seeing an uptick in people getting tested and people getting back to needed here so over the next two weeks if everything were going perfectly what would you be your success. Metrics for these next couple of weeks. I think you know we have to the intimate incubate it should period for cova is is about two weeks right so we know that the first two weeks of july are among the two busiest weeks and province down so we're hopeful that between this week and next week family week that there's a number of behavioral changes that happened in town as a result of the advisory but also happen. Naturally we'd do on see more masking indoors particularly in places where social distance and is impossible very densely populated places. Thank nightclubs or ours. Dance venues where no of people go out at night In a very close to each other and said the advisory touch on that and other forms of of contact as well in which cova could be spread through respiratory droplets. So we do want to see a change in behavior. We want to see increased testing a brief vaccination. You are mobile testing ban. Right now is testing about two hundred and seventy five to three hundred people a day. We're getting daily reports as to how many what percentage of those folks are testing positive. So we're able to track on a daily basis. Is it going up going down staying the same and so it's too soon for us to come but gluten right now but we're hopeful and a few days or at least a week we're starting to see a stabilize and do you know what percentage of your positive tests are the delta verion are you able to track delta in the middle in the in this midst. So we're working closely with the state department of public health on this and they've said they will have further information on that exact point by tomorrow and so they are doing the due-diligence to provide that evidence. I mean educated. Guess would tell us that it is the delta variant but we want to be sure of the science and research behind that before we declare that publicly but it would be very surprising it was not the delta variant given the level of. How contagious is so earlier. In this week Here on radio boston. We spoke with rob anderson whose owner of the canteen and province town. He told us that. He's looking for clear consistent guidance strong leadership from officials about what to do. So i want to ask. You has the messaging. Ben clear from the state the feds in regards to what to do about breakthrough cases. And do you have what you need to do. The clear consistent things in province town for your community yes. We have been very clear as a province down really led the way over the last ear and keeping public health as the main driver of decision. Making everything happening in province down over the last several months several weeks rather as in accordance with state guidelines regulatory guidelines and cdc guidance and so we thought it was important for the board of health and the select board and leaders in town to declare advisory given the uptick in data. One of our options obviously was to do nothing. And let this pass. But we chose to do an advisory we worked hand-in-hand with barnstable county health department and the state department of public health with the guidance of the centers for disease control and so we are all united on the same page. We're hopeful that again with us. Advisory and some changes in behavior will start to see some stability and the numbers start to come down As we exit again to the busiest weeks that we've had all right. Alex moore says the town manager in province town. Alex thanks for joining us. Of course things. We're having across the country support for free. Public transit is gaining momentum. Several cities in massachusetts have already scrapped fares for at least some buses and all. The major candidates in boston's mayoral race have expressed some support for the idea. Wbu ours. bruce kellerman expand. Excuse me explains why. The free fare concept his catching on the thirty seven bus pulls into the lawrence transportation depot and driver francisco opens the door and rests his hand over the fare boxes passengers board. They gonna pay us. This is pretty thank you. Carol aquino lawrence used to buy monthly passes. She appreciates the free. Bus routes saves me money. That i can do another things you know with everything going on. It was a great help to come out of my pocket vapor. The thirty seven is one of three bus routes in lawrence that has been free for nearly two years. Ridership has jumped almost twenty five percent and the city's mayor recently announced plans to extend the program for another two years and other massachusetts cities are experimenting with free mass transit as well the worcester regional transit authority has been using federal pandemic relief. Money to offer faire free bus service for more than a year. Brockton is made rides free on summer weekends and boston. Acting mayor kim janney wants to wave fares on a popular bus route through the heart of the city. I am delivering a free bus now as mayor Connecting a major economic corridor for matt pants fair to grow fauves in being square twenty-eight rubbing station if you stayed over this line an officer nubian square gives directions to twenty twenty-eight bus. That's the one. Boston wants to make free. But dropping the fair as proved complicated. The city t have spent months trying to work out the details and passengers along. The route of questions to buses routes is going to become free. Twenty johnson waits for a friend the twenty-eight bus stop how would they stay in business. Why would it be free. I would like to know how come you only want to do. Twenty eight bus. This is twenty. Johnson's brother bobby. Why not somewhere. More convenient like Downtown i feel like the civil would be more convenient for people if it was free. Not the twenty. Some politicians also wanna go beyond the twenty eight and explore ways to make the entire bus system free something that would cost about sixty million dollars a year or even eliminate fares on subways and commuter trains. Which would cost much more. The issue has become a hot topic in the boston mayoral race. All of the major candidates support some form of free transit. When i first call to make the tea free three years ago. People told me the idea was impossible. Your city councillor michelle. Woo has made free public transit a centerpiece of her campaign. You can take it from me. Public transportation should be free and outside of boston. A growing number of state national leaders say there are many benefits to ending fares more than many other districts in the state. Mass transit is important in my district. State senator willy brown's burgers sits in a bus shelter along the seventy three route in cushing square. Belmont brown's burger one of the most influential democrats on beacon hill. All us getting rid of bus fares would speed up service. People don't have to delay to get on and off us any door any time. That's good for everybody. That's good for the operation of buses especially at rush hour. Brown's berger says buses would spend less time idling. It stops so they'd be less exhaust pollution cleaner air powerful arguments on beacon hill with as a proposal that would require the tea and regional transit authorities to try faire free pilot projects state wide and there are efforts nationwide was led by massachusetts congresswoman on presley and us. Senator ed markey would provide five billion dollars in grants to help. Transit systems eliminate fees presley. Says it's about equity it's a matter of justice economic environmental and also racial justice. I really do see transit. At the center of all of these issues and our bill would really allow everyone in community to move freely hence the freedom labatt many cities across the country have used pandemic funding to help temporarily drop fares but some have begun charging again citing the cost in boston. The nba says it's focused. Mainly on service upgrades rather than dropping fares david brandon executive director of transit center in new york city agrees every other industrialized country in the world has better transit than the united states does and the way they have achieved that is the tried and true fundamental way of providing really abundant. Good transit brogden argues. It's better to offer discounts to low income riders. Then do away with fares all together. Roughly one third of the nba's annual revenue comes from passengers. And the t says that money would be tough to replace but advocates point out that just ten percent of the fare. Revenue comes from bus riders. I'm not crazy. When i say it might just be easier to make the buses free. Stacey thompson is executive director of livable. Streets alliance. She says regional transit authorities waste as much as seventy percent of the fares. They collect on buses just collecting fares once you factor in all the costs from buying and maintaining ticket machines and paying workers to sort through the cash. The mb ta plans to rule out a new automated fare collection system over the next three years thompson. Says it'll cost close to a billion dollars. So they're not spending that money on increasing service. They're just spending the money. They're collecting largely from low income people to collect those dollars and cents over and over again. What is the point of that thompson says free. Buses have been proven to work the silver line bus. Connecting boston's logan airport to south station has been free for people leaving the puts twenty twelve hoping to reduce traffic and some universities have offered free shuttles for decades. Now thompson argues. It's time to make the entire bus system in greater boston free as well if public transit is a public good then we should treat it that way we should fund. We fund schools in libraries. What does the service cost. Let's make sure we have the resources to achieve that so while some transit systems across the country wanna maintain fares others or considering making their service free and finding ways to make up the lost revenue. How boston and the nba might do it remains to be seen from wbrc. Bruce gillerman to see a roundup of the major boston mayoral candidates positions on free mass transit. You can visit. Wbu you are dot. Org we are asking should the t be free. More communities are asking that question and experimenting with answers before the break. We heard a report from. Wbrc bruce gillerman on the growing movement to make public transit free in the commonwealth. But now we want to hear from you. What do you think should it be free or maybe just should bus be free or maybe improve. Improving service levels is more important than making it free. If some or all of the tea were free would you be willing to pay for it. Through fees or higher taxes and on the other side of free transit would be a game changer. For you tell us why and how bring it all on. You can call us at one. Eight hundred four to three eight two five five. That's one eight hundred four to three talk or tweet us at radio boston. We have a couple of great guests to guide us. Along the way we're joined by stacey thompson executive director of livable streets alliance and lawrence acting mayor kendricks vasquez who recently announced an extension of that. City's free bus pilot program. Stacey welcome thank you. Thanks for having me and mayor vasquez. Welcome to you too. Thank you very much for the opportunity to speak about this very important subject today. So stacey i'm going to start with you you've been working in this space for a while. Why do you think the call to free the tee up to make it free to so resonant right now yeah i mean. I think we're seeing two things happened. One because of the leadership of folks like vasquez. We've had a couple of faire free pilots in massachusets and they've been successful and getting folks back on transit right like we know that it works and so when you see something as effective you want more of that and we desperately need more people on transit but separately. You know what i often. I often say the shocks people bus fares on the mvp have gone up by three hundred percent will last ask decades and that has not produced better service so i think it's time to really ask her questions about why collecting fares in the first place so mayor vasquez. I've been ear to speak with you because you're actually running buses in your city on three routes what spend the overall takeaway at just a you know this program started back in two thousand nineteen when i was actually the city council president and we made the envy. Rta free for people in the city of florence in three particular routes. This program has been a win win for community encourages bus ridership out which has increase in the city of florence inter-community. Like hours six important. You know we're talking about environmental justice. We are talking about less people using their cars. We actually occupy a lot more space and releases harmful to the not that affect people's health so he essentially we are addressing multiple concerns at the city level not just The transportation as it is what will ensuring that people are able to get to work at ensure that our families are able to bring your kids to doctors appointments and to school. So let's let's talk about the other side of that for a second. Because i understand the city's paying the merrimack valley regional transit authority. Four hundred fifty thousand dollars to make up for the four years of lost revenue. How do you pay for that. Where's that money coming from. So this is money that is coming directly from our free cash or are star plus account and if we were to look at the budget of the city of florence Zero point zero sixty five percent of the budget. And i think that this is a very significant investment floor community members to ensure they continue to have services that are necessary so we are prioritizing our community members in this project. So let's turn to the phones. And then stacey i'm gonna come back to you. One eight hundred four two three eight two five five to talk about free public transit. We've got pamela on the line and concord pamphlet. Go head high. I think that you said it very well at the very beginning. Transportation is a public good. I can easily afford to pay for it. But i believe it should be free for everyone. We shouldn't make it harder to be poor in our towns and we also shouldn't make it a stigma that only the poor people right free. That's ridiculous pamela. Thank you for that call. I appreciate it. I'm also going to pick up a mike here in pembroke. Mike go ahead. I think free public transit is a great. But i don't see how we pay for this and if i i live on the south shore so i'm fortunate i can't take advantage but i where i work. It doesn't work for me. So i have to drive anyways but for the rest of the residents. You know central western mass Where the cost you know in the boston area for public transit is going too far outweigh you know their local regional costs. I don't see how that can be paid for you. Know fairly equitably actress payers of the state thanks for that call mike so stacey of liberal streets. I'm gonna turn back to you here. You've you've made some some statements about cost and what the real costs would be. We heard you with bruce kellerman before the break. Talk a little bit about this. Sure and you know what we hear this a lot but i would say two things one. I think we should think about the regional transit authorities and the mvp a little differently. We could make all of our regional transit authorities free for roughly twenty five million dollars. And that's a very small amount of the statewide budget annually avenue. You know lawrence wouldn't have to pay and they could invest that money and other resources if the state legislature took that step on the nba side. This is exactly why we wanna take a measured approach and start with buses. Because we don't actually collect that much money on buses we could get a real savings in terms of access in terms of timing And and that is you know we'd like to start there and work with the legislature on many proposals that are already out there to backfill the money That would be needed to make free. So it's a a multi step approach but it is totally achievable based on the resources that are available and the number of legislative proposals that exists tobacco those funds. So i'm going to bring a tv voice actually in and a couple of minutes. But before we do. Stacy i just so. If one makes buses free a what about people who start on a bus but moved to another form of transportation and be what about concerns. That bus service is sub optimal or not as frequent or faster is available as it needs to be and sorta starving the beast at a time when maybe better transit is actually the solution chore so a couple of things. We are very supportive of low income fares for the mba. Because a lot of people do transfer to rail lines. I would also note that the legislature supported it and the governor himself vetoed low income fares during the height of the pandemic so we need leadership from the administration to actually make our fares equitable. And again we these are you know. These aren't mutually exclusive topics. We do need better service at livable. Streets has been asking the t to purchase two hundred additional buses. Run more service. You know do more work. The the money were collecting on buses. Right now isn't paying that bus service. And so i think we need to think about where the funds are coming from what they're paying for and then focus on where the nita's and and go from there did you have this kind of pushback mayor vasquez in In in your community as you started the program and have there been. I mean what about concerns by people who don't take the buses that their taxpayer dollars or other city funds are subsidizing in the community of lawrence when we started this program back into of nineteen people understood that this was for the public. good on this is a conversation that you know committee members had and they're actually demanding that we continue to support Services like this for the general public. You know they understand that you know. He hasn't inventing what we call environmental justice. He hasn't impacting ensuring that our business community continue to thrive because as a result of that individuals are able to travel within our business district. Nappy constraint. About how to get to or from place with the other associates about expansion at this point and that's a conversation that my administration continue to have no talking about is just like when we talk about improving our schools or a health system. We need to talk about improving our ability because it is no longer an after thought. This is not luxury For some some community members so the community general aspin very very positive in regards to the circus to that. Let's pick up some calls. One eight hundred four two three eight. Five arlene is calling from lawrence. Arlene go ahead. Hi thank you for taking my call. And i'm very very happy with the public transport in my town which is lawrence and thank you. Mayor of africa's for that. I truly appreciate it and i know a lot of people in my community that are served with that and are able to move around As a result otherwise would have been stranded Because could not you know whether afford it or even people that can't afford sometimes don't want to drive their vehicle For lack of parking. Or what have you It is a excellent excellent idea. At least for my community. Thanks for the call arlene. I also want to pick up carl in orange. Carl go head fine. Thanks go ahead carl. I'm trying to take your speaker. Sorry so carl. We'll come back to you. Okay go ahead. So i live out in orange mass. Which is in western mass. And we're nowhere near any commuter rails or any any t infrastructure that can take you into the city and most people here. Don't come and go from the city and all my surrounding towns and we don't work there. Pay scales tend to be higher. Don't pay scales out here are substantially lower and i. I wouldn't think that it's right for for so much of the state that doesn't have access or immediate access to these public transit lines to have to pay tax or or pay into that system. I do agree though if i lived in that area. We probably should and 'cause we would use it and it would benefit the city and and those areas so maybe they could set it up to the areas of the you know the commuter rail lines reach get that tax but to charge western mass for it. And there's an awful lot of population out here. I mean it's more sparsely populated. But there's a lot of people and a lot of tax payers the state that we just we never use it. We don't benefit from it and we. We don't learn the who come took to be able to afford more taxes on top of taxes. I mean the cufflinks. It'd be insane this thanks for that. Call carl i think that's an important perspective to bring into this mix too and i'm going to bring another one in now so Mayor vasquez and stacy sit tight. I'm gonna bring in another voice here. Brian kane is the executive director of the nba ta advisory board. Brian thank you for joining us. Thank you on. So i i'm gonna put it straight to you. Do you think the tea or buses on the t- Should be free. It would be great if they could be but the question is. How do we afford it you know. The team's budget right now is only balanced because we're six hundred sixty five million one time federal funds and because of hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funds for the next two years there. Okay but starting in twenty twenty four in june and july of that year. They're looking at a massive deficit of three hundred to four hundred fifty million dollars and put that in perspective. The the service cuts that we saw in forging ahead last winter only trying to generate one hundred thirty five million dollars so the customer would be necessary. If the tea is forced to fund this by itself you know starting in twenty twenty four would just be draconian and dramatic and we wanna grow ridership. Which i think is something. We all agree we wanna do. I just don't think this is the right approach right now and the idea that there's actually quite a bit of expense suspended collecting fares. That doesn't need to be if those fares are free in that that you know money could be reinvested elsewhere while mike my good friend stacy thompson and i disagree on this on this topic. the the money that the tea is spending for its automated fare collection system Fair transformation is capital money. And that's money that the is borrowing to invest in its system and it will pay dividends over the next thirty years as it's paid for. It's not like if they stopped doing the fair. Transformation program right now they could turn around and use that money to fund free fares. It just doesn't work that way of capital money versus operating so brian you talked about you know the the short term if you wanna call it that infusion of funds from the various cova bills. We know that at the time that money came forward. The congressional delegation pushed hard on the t- that was to provide relief now not to stave off future deficits so why not At least experiment with free t to see if there could be cost benefits or benefits to low income people that might make it worth it. The own analysis on this is that the cost would be in the realm of sixty million dollars Mostly from something called induced demand. Buses are made free. There'd be more demand for people use them which means the he would have to put more buses on the lines. Now keep in mind. They don't have sufficient storage space to actually add more buses. We all wish they did. They don't have anywhere to store them or put them maintain them let alone the money to pay the people that would have to do that. So in order to to to meet the demand that he was actually going to have to degrade service in order to meet the demand for this free service and so to me. It just doesn't make sense all right. I'm gonna bring stacy in here for just a second stacey thomson let me give you just a chance to react to what we've just heard from brian kane. Yeah so i mean this. Is maybe our favorite issue to debate. I'm so happy. You brought my friend. Brian on And i would agree with him that we need to invest in the nba. I would also note that we had after another fare. Increase pre pandemic the. Mta was falling off of the same financial cliff that brian was describing earlier. Our bus fares are not saving the t- And in fact are just a small portion of the overall budget so for specifically talking about making buses free. This is where i would disagree and say you're right. The federal funds that are delegation. Thought for are meant to be used right now. Ridership is down so that's mall. Portion of funding. That comes from. Bus fares is even smaller. Right now. i might argue miniscule. Now is the time to use the federal funds that were already using tobacco fares to make buses free and test our assumptions because what brian described work assumptions. That we disagree with. But because the t. isn't moving forward with thailand pilot. We can't test those assumptions. I look forward to the t. Providing the wrong all right so brian. I'm going to give you one last word here before we say goodbye to you. Oh thanks john and and Like stacey said we. We like to debate this topic. We often do. And and it's it's actually you know great that that you know folks like herself. Mayor baskets are working on this and trying to improve francis in general. And that's what it's all about The mvp needs additional funds. He's more funds from either something like the pre moving act was discussed boost. Government's peace or from the state legislature. the tea is subsidizing tune of over a billion dollars a year right now across the commonwealth Unfortunately that is not enough. It's certainly not enough for its massive backlog of capital needs and unfortunately it just needs additional money to get through these lean years when ridership is down and taking fare revenue off. The table. just isn't gonna do that. And i'm just afraid we're going to just be back in a fair. Excuse me in a service cuts situation again if we go down this road all right. Brian kane is executive director of the nba. Advisory board brian. Thank you thank you so mayor vasquez i want to ask you. This concern that when you stopped taking in revenues you wind up reducing service. I mean it seems pretty logical if you don't have money coming in you can't maintain and upkeep how has that played out for you so that actually hasn't happened with us because we are providing to the funding our surplus account and the rta so essentially the city of florence has decided to pay the fare to the rest for any any writer so the program itself is been paid out of a free cash are free cash account and you know we we can clearly show. The ridership has increased Here in the city of florence You know we are ensuring that we continue to expand on the circus so the surrogates has not declined in our city By making it a free accessible transportation program on the contrary. I think that the program itself it's has demonstrated that there's a greater need and we need to continue to address it As we move forward in my administration. I'd like to pick up one more call here. We've got glen on the line in maynard. Glenn go ahead hi. I'm here all this discussion without you. Anything about our impact on the environment on the climate change and how not is a element that can help save People from using their automobiles cause out here. It's a commuter rail situation for us in maynard And taking the train would be a if there was a way to accentuate use of the train. It would be a helpful to the to the environment. Thank you and so just lightning round to our two guests first. Mayor vasquez did it. Increase ridership has increased ridership in the city of florence over twenty five percent which we're addressing environmental justice and the community and we're ensuring that people have access to their jobs and doctors appointments and the data at lies and stacey. What does the research tell us about. Its impact on car usage and congestion. People are more likely to get on a bus or a train when that transit is free and that will have a positive net impact on people who are driving on our roads every day. All right so. I think then the last question is i mean. The two of you are making a case. That seems very clear. But we don't do this. There are tons and tons of communities that are doing free public transit. It must be quite hard. How do you address the obstacles net. Let me backtrack. I'm not coming down on one side of this or the other but my last question is if it were this good. Why are not more places doing it. Stacey i think because we are not treating public transit a public good every time. I bring this up folks say well but you should pay to use transit and say we'll schools public health. Public libraries demonstrate. That when you shift your mindset which is what we need shift in mindset that public transit is a public good with environmental benefits public health benefits van. It becomes easier to make the financial case for public transit. So i think that's key. And i think separately places are doing this. La metro which is a massive transit agency is moving forward with a fair free pilot. I would like boston to speed up and beat them all right. I'm actually going to have to end it. There that stacey thomson executive director of the livable streets alliance and we've also had lawrence mayor kendricks vazquez Where a free bus system has been in place a pilot form for four years. Thanks to the both of you for joining us. Really appreciate it. Anki grabbing us skews very much. And i'm sorry since two thousand nineteen said four years. I got all excited there. Sorry about that. Thanks again to both of you. All right that is our show for today. Radio boston is produced by jamie bologna. Chris citric walter with men and amanda beland. We had help from. Elliot debt and stephen gelman. Our technical director is marquess. Neil our executive producer is attached. kathy. I'm john during join us again tomorrow for more radio boston.

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Don't worry about actually thinking guys appreciate all the effort. Go have a great start easing back. Twenty four starting to drop back now the inspection issues but they all good get up there and get the points have been around for about five of larsen on the outside the twelve plane on the inside as we get ready to start the round of twelve. Las vegas preen. Flag is in the air. Look the playoff leaderboard. Who has to have a big day to day heading into talladega. The rule christopher bell the has to have a big day he has to make an impact. This is his chance. Iran ran back in the one here upright front. Yeah there's damage hurt pretty bad guy. Last week come back down and we have new cranking up front brakes coming into their road and couldn't turning on into them so now a super disappointing higher on go. We didn't make our twenty precaution. Racist pretty much ruined before we got started. These playoffs have had tons of mistakes. We're definitely better in the daytime. When the track was hot was probably our best round. Fortunately that was when we we had a loose wheel and had to pit before the green flag. After the count. Caution there and you know. I can take away some stage points. Unbelievable moves by william byron and now he's cruising towards the front of the field their job trade job keep it up back at senator. Franken allows minus to cut line right now. A fast melt away way that it might be okay. Something all right here. I mean to the accident. Just push it really bad because there's the fact that has not post in and actually flared out. I don't know how we're going to fix it very good. We came back to the to the front took the lead and then we had the strategy deal with with being not being able to make it on fuel and had to recover from that we had to take two tires hurt us. He'll go slow right front. Hit stop and rudy fuego. Making mccall saying listen. We can't sit here any longer locked in place. I know where beverage albuquerque blocked in no matter what happens. We'll get back in. We don't go to regroup and have a strong thursday or we loved out right now we have to pit. Fill up the drive back through luck. Yeah we'll be private you'll be able to drive all the way back to the front from the back again so that's twice today but Yeah and then. We had the flatiron which one rear he played back. It's going gonna cost the twenty four so many points. I don't know how that happens to pissed off. Thanks we stopped doing the while eighteen outsider. See right up into. Yeah i know i thing. Trae both sides of our cars leverage higher less leopard tire force so interesting for the forty eight of and that is going to hurt him in the point. Leper them was gone. We've been tampa kinda go. Get those four point there. Understand lost the handle a little bit as the cool in las speed on top of that and had other vibration. They made the rear worse. When you just got her out back. I don't know keep coming on their way to battle. Haven't really good job tonight. Point actually out of an extra week. I definitely wanted to be a little bit more comfortable going to talladega. Bless them on the table of the as the talladega is very much an unknown which probably get for the situation. I'm in right now. And then rubble we know will be extremely strong. so bringing on first race of round of twelve is in the books with talladega if high what welcome in nascar america motormouth bharti cider. Jeff burton nate ryan joining here today. Oils crazy at vegas. Wasn't especially when you recap all the nonsense that went on at the race track today going to be a busy day here on the show to double hall of famer day nate to famous show right one day on junior on yet to be inducted. Yeah in the junior and dale jarrett both joining us today. Of course we want to hear from you guys as well april. Four nascar nbc. Dial us up and if you wanna talk to dj and junior you can dial up and talk to them as well so with all that craziness. The cut line is going to be insane this weekend. Jeff we'll look at the playoff standings right here. I if you're one of those guys below the cut line and you're going to talladega this weekend. How do you play the race. Because it's not like you could be more aggressive. Maybe and go out there. I mean how do you play the race sunday. I think you look at his opportunity. Christopher bell he's back twenty-five bag one thing. Christopher bell if you look at how he ran at the roku daytona he won the race. So i think it goes. Enroll says hey. This is an opportunity. I mean i'm sorry talladega taking this opportunity but then the same with the role is to wildcard races in two races that he could perform really well. He can make those twenty five points up. It's easier to make those twenty five points up with talladega and the role that it would be at texas and michigan so there's opportunity for somebody who's twenty five points back there's opportunity bells the only guy i look at that list. Feel good about with the wroval sitting there. I yeah i twenty five. We'll because of the road. Like jeff says i mean. He has been so strong on road courses this year. I think he can win. The rest of that list. Like harvick is not great on super speedways. He's not really been great on road courses lately byron and bowman. I mean maybe they can do well. But like i feel like. They're right back where they started after race. One round one. At and las vegas was exhibited of why. I don't make predictions. Because i went into this race thinking yeah well five hundred horsepower. Packages hendrix bread butter. I thought they would come out of here with all four of their guys very much alive and with the possibility of eight. Now i feel like we're right back where we were in round one where i don't know if hendrix going to get two drivers out of the second round you could argue. Maybe they should have had everybody in had they made the right pit calls on sunday. So let's talk about that. Nate hindred finds himself in the same exact spot. They found themselves in around sixteen. Have they been good enough at the superspeedway races to get themselves on the right side of the cut. Line going into the mobile. I think that chase elliott has marty but again like i look at the other drivers there and no one stands out as being like a great. I mean william byron's one at daytona but kyle larson has been decent but like he doesn't strike me as you know an all star superspeedway racer. I just i look at that. The two tracks left. And i look at what hendrix. I also look at what jobs racing did on a five track. Jeff at las vegas and i kind of wonder if maybe they were saving a little bit for for vegas. That might might suit them well around three well so the concern me about vegas was larsen. Early had a lot of speed later did and even though he got behind would certainly hurt him. He didn't wasn't able to just blast up through the field. Like we've seen in the past. There's only one race. They're they're moving their next on the playoffs. Not a concern outs. Bowman did not have the speed that he need but the other two did. William buyer was fast enough. William arthur won that race and william barn had enough speed to win that race and chase elliott had enough speed. So i think there's i think there's reasonably optimistic but the bottom line is you've got talladega coming up. Yeah and i don't care how did you are. You can be doing great. And some i land on top of you done and so you know it's it's it's such a wild card race now. The the best drivers win these races over and over and over. It's not by chance but there is a certainty of what there is some of that at at talladega where you can be doing everything right minding your own business more so there than anywhere else and get out then you go there and it's a skill set all of its own. I think the role the role in darlington or the two most difficult race tracks on the circuit and it just is and so this this this three race segment is almost unfair. I mean this is all those unfair that you put that kind of weird racing together. Get these these playoffs. I mean it's really really difficult and we can talk about speed and we can talk about all but you got to walk races and things completely out of control can take you out or put you in. We see why this round terrified everybody. Everybody going in saying hey. The round twelve is one that we're certainly worried about so you mentioned harvey there. I'm you would've thought yet. There was enough time between bristol and vegas to kinda cool everything. Down between he and chase elliott i think it just ignited further and their pre race. Bullpen media bullpen comments. When they didn't back down either one of them even a little bit does that carry over into talladega. How much does that carry over to talladega like are they gonna really just avoid each other to say. I'm not going to help that guy. No listen you're gonna they're gonna kevin harvick and help chase elliott. And it helped him. That's what he's gonna do if he's to he's not going to help chase elliott to help chase. Elliott chases will help kevin health care. And guess what joe is not gonna help either. They're going to try to get yourself in this position where you work with somebody you really don't want to be working with it doesn't matter because it's good for you so i just. I think that. I think kevin is lit the fire. They would've been better off not like in all honesty I thought he didn't by any chance to win at vegas but they ran. Okay they ran. Okay vegas native surprised. this hasn't calmed down at all. It doesn't surprise me at all. I mean i think that kevin harvick is not done with chase elliott by a long shot. That's we know that. Kevin harvick likes being in this position and other drivers eight it. He loves being in this position where he can play. Mind games manipulate. But i think jeff's right. I don't think it happens at talladega and i think that part of the reason is manufacturer alliances sort of prevent preclude those types of things happening. But i think another reason is. We've already seen it as much as i wanna play up the drum beat the drum for rivalries and play that up. We've seen it in two thousand fourteen. Raccoons lousy and kansas had a huge tiff grabbing each other. Charlotte motor speedway. Kansas went over there just to basically beat up bracket lousy and the next week at talladega. Mackenzie push break has lousy to victory and got him through the next router. Why we had forgotten all matching unlike apply to talladega. Listen i don't think kevin arby's just go chase elliott. Oh he would never do that. But i'm saying he wouldn't. I guess i'm wrong. I thought he wouldn't push him to the win. Maybe he would best chances to run second by pushing chase elliott most certainly will because if he doesn't he's every dryer has to take an evaluation. What do i have. what can i get. What do i need to do. And you're not looking at okay. Who's in front of me. Because i need to not help him or help him. You're just self-centered looking at what's best for me. And if the best kevin harvick and get on that given day is by pushing chase elliott. That's what he's gonna do because you have no choice. You can't just say well. I'm not i'm just gonna let you go get hung out and i'm gonna get hung out with you. Nobody's going to do that. So i don't i think talladega is i. Listen going the biggest concern. At talladega is what is the manufacturer. Alliance gonna look like and how not not kevin harvick versus chase elliott. Would the manufacturer alliances look like. And how do you sort that out. How do you say okay alex. Bowman william byron your both chevrolets. We're a little help. Alex moore william william. You can't right. How do you say okay. Joey kevin brad all you ford guys. How do you pick one right. You can't so it's unfair. The drivers to ask them. Okay all you ford guys. Work together bidding together. That's fine but it did. They kevin harvick and brackets lasca during the you know what they got to be. Self centered selfish people. That's what they got to me. That's what it takes. And if i running around with the other ford's gets me and position to stage points. Great if it doesn't. I'm not going to do it. I'm sorry i'm sorry. Mr ford i've got gotta do what's best for me. I mean you may have to call it championship on the line right. It's it's easy to say what happens if joy lugano does everything he's supposed to do and he's the last ford in line and everybody's getting stage points and he's not like at some point you always gotta say this isn't working for me and and by the way the manufacturers need to understand that if you have a plan going in and it's not working out in a driving is desperate to move to the next round. The playoffs has to put. Then he should be given the permission to punt. but let's go into race trying to work together. But i can't ask you not to get stage points because we helped a bunch of ford's it's not fair you know you've seen the manufacturer games kind of go away over the last year and a half. I think they come back. I mean we saw him kind of kind of creep in back in daytona. All the fords together. I think chevrolets will work closely on away that much because this year. The winners list is michael mcdowell. Ford daytona brackets. Laskey four talladega ryan blaney ford daytona five denny hamlin winning this race a year ago at talladega. The previous six october winners and i still think four has the advantage. But i don't think that's working together right. I've seen the field more mixed up. That's accurate i mean. We saw them pit together. And that's the first time in maybe a year and a half the manufacturers fitted together. that's great chevrolet. saw that and said wait a minute. Now we're gonna do that and the other didn't match the let them get by with it and it worked and i won't let them get that but that's different than saying okay. You've gotta push me all day long. I'm gonna push you all day long. Never but it's all together. But i still think we're gonna see two cars mixed up. It's to the point you look at the points. How are you going to do that. Not every toyota's going to be able to talk ten not every chevrolets finished in the top ten. I mean i just don't know how you can pull it off. I just do it yeah. Let's grab one more phone call or one phone call. I should say at eight four. Four nascar nbc before we get to dale earnhardt. Jr. marvin's on the line with us. Marvin how're you doing today. But i'm doing great marty scraping here from you guys. Hey i got a question for you and for junior when you get a chance We're heading to talladega. And i want to know when you and some junior. Who do you guys think wins. This saturday in the trinity race can sunday in the yellow. Would five hundred at talladega Go ahead mr burden. I think you would have an opinion on that. Go ahead. you think. Saturday and sunday who's gonna win I think a colleague car is going to win that race. I don't know which one and my early pick for the cup race is. It's interesting i like that. I think that's probably a very good pick. Because i think brad's obviously very strong and talladega and certainly loves this place and we'll have plenty of ford help as we described pinski help as well so hey we appreciate your call marvin as always so when we come back our very own superspeedway sage. Dale earnhardt jr. join us here on nascar america motormouth talk talladega. We'll talk a little bit. Everything junior looking at right behind my goodness What does it mean to win here. Five times don't make ten times. He was a master. I'm just following his dale earnhardt junior with a six time at talladega. Superspeedway real emotional. I haven't won here in a long time. Everything's so good for me right now. Celebrate dog six talladega winner in the interview. Said i had one here in a long time. It didn't feel like man was a felt that way you. I'm telling you when you when you have a little little dry spell racetrack where you kind of known for being pretty good at it you you know you had. Is you kind of you feel that more than anyone else. But it was good to vitriole talented. The fans certainly loved scene as new wilder. They let you know junior. I want to know from you. You sat down. Brian kozlowski this week. We're getting the full feature sunday in the pre race show. What does demeanor like in his final few weeks with team penske. He's pretty locked in One of the things that i noticed the most about brad. We heard a little bit of that post race interview after vegas is. He understands how whale his team is executing and they're making great pitstops no penalties. No problems no mistakes. They don't have any speed and he's smart enough to understand that he can't make things worse by trying to do too much and the whole team seems to be just doing whatever doing their jobs and getting reasonable results and they're staying in this fight and so he still believes that win this james ship and he believes that that speed that they're missing could show up any minute. He knows they have a team of engineers working every single day trying to find that missing link and they could find tomorrow they could have found it today could have found it yesterday. That's his mentality. And so he knows he's smart enough to continue just to execute well and continue to be a part of the conversation. He's getting along racetrack. Where he feels pretty confident and talladega. Even though his results haven't been that good in last two or three years he's still knows how to get to make your life that race track and he will again. But i was pretty impressed by the fact that he knows that the best thing for them right now. It's just not beating themselves and they're taking advantage of a lot of guys who are yeah. He's earlier playoff driver. Really hasn't made a mistake. so far. Dale last trip to talladega four nascar victory lane. They've changed the rules those since then after his teammates ghana got airborne reduced the horsepower. Change the wicker bill a little bit. We've seen one instance of that at daytona. How the cars race with those new rules. What are you expecting to see those changes at talladega and do you think it favors anybody. Well i said last week in atlanta that thought you had about eighty percent chance crashing if you go to talladega and while i was talking to brad this week he agreed with me. He said you got about ten to twenty percent chance of finish in their rights. And i think with the new rules that they have the change that they've made they have increased your chances of crashing in this race by few percentage points so i don't think that's going to help drivers sleep at night leading up to the event and the fact that they get no practice they hit the track of the green flag with really no idea how the how the draft is gonna work what their car can and can't do you have a lot of guys out there trying to figure that out all race. What my car is capable of. Who can help me. Who can who's willing to be aggressive. Who visit and A lot of times that means a lot of guys up going for the same piece of asphalt and we see the wrecks that we see commonly if this race track. But i never know what to expect when we go to talladega daytona because the intensity of the play offs changes things a little bit and you saw how crazy things got at daytona in the final race of the regular season. You got a lot of guys on different agendas as we start to close out the end of the season. Going to talladega here. There's some guys that really need points are gonna have to race aggressively in the stages to get them and there's gonna be some guys that aren't in the playoffs that are seeing an opportunity to get one final win before the season's over so a lot of people doing a lot of different sayings and it could be chaos. It's well. I hope that the drivers aren't watching our show because you're backdrop burns at all. I don't know if that's not positive. I'd had about five of these crashes teed up and this is the one you almost one of the very worst we appreciate trayvon's ongoing excited to see that all right so marvan called in a little while ago and he asked me to. I thought my favorite was going into the race. He wanted to know who you're is. Well i i liked your pick with brad keselowski. I just wonder you know they've been have been complaining about power. And i just wonder whether they do have the the winds this year. But but we'll we'll that power issue show up this weekend. you know. they've won all the races at daytona talladega. This year in the four. Can't you gotta feel good about penske. I'm actually thinking that you know. Ryan blaney has an edge over brad brad. Does it seem you know quite same. Know exactly how to approach this rules. Package with the big spoiler and his The the things that he did in the behind the wheel the race car to win at this race track. Maybe don't work or maybe tend to put you in positions that are very risky but this type of packaging is seems like to me that Blades approach his mentality. The way you know his personality and attitude must match up really well because yes pretty good numbers with this current package so they tweak things here and there but it's still really the you know the same thing with that big giant spoiler on there in the way cars push get runs. I've always been a always kind of marveled at plate racing and how a driver's mentality in their personality and their approach really matters to their success. You know when you go to other race tracks. It's seat of the pants. It's and talent. it's raw talent. It's the physical ability to feel car and villa limits of the car at talladega daytona. It's more about your approach. Your mentality your thought process your judgment and risk taking risk assessment and as they tweaked and changed the package that katy caters lanes and bands and slows toward differ drivers. And right now. I got plenty slotted in my fantasy team in the winter. I was gonna ask you so. Let me bar your pin. Nate blaney better than brad. A who else in your line real quick. I mean not that. I would want to answering your body anybody. Hey do you think that. The manufacturer games A resurgence this weekend at talladega junior. Well it seems to farah every once in a while. When when an organization like four goes to victory in many times in a row at this race track or toyota or chevrolet it seems like the lead you know executives of the other manufacturers start putting meetings together and start getting all the drivers in the same room and say you boys better pay attention. Y'all better work together. Y'all better do this better do that. I've heard some rumblings that some of those meetings had been happening and as a result of ford success at the plate is this year and that especially with so many drivers with so much on the line in the play offs. There's got to be some some expectations of of these drivers. That are going to be unique. This weekend is really comes down to what the drivers decide to do. When they're put in that position you know. I was told to do a lot of things on the plate race tracks and sometimes i'll listen. Sometimes i did wa now. If it sounded like it might help me or it sounded like a good idea. I usually did it. I'm like yeah. That sounds great. I'll help. I'll help out but if if it felt bad to me you're wrong to me or felt like well. Let's not gonna help me at all. I'm not going to win the race or have a chance to win the race. I usually win against the grain a little bit. So we'll see how these drought react. And so the guy that's tied with the second most wins at talladega and the guy that has at talladega had that same approach taught me all. Your drivers may be listening. Yes that's the plan so we got a caller. I'm sure he wants to ask you a question champ. Go ahead all right. Thank you jeff. Hello dale junior. I hope you're excited for talladega sunday. So i know. The schedule's been released to the extent series. But looking at the schedule would race. Do you think you're gonna run at for next year. In twenty twenty to asoka short tracks. There's probable be talladega short tracks and albert now forty so short tracks not a playoff race and in the southeastern part of the country because of the sponsors preference so there you martinsville in the spring would be my guess about that. I don't know maybe oh. We got another caller payload on the line. Hey how you doing junior My quick question for you is. Do you think we might see a more wins for jinyan motor sports and sometime next year next year. Yes sir this year. Yeah i mean you know we're you. I was talking to to talking to justin this week about our team. And ham and noah especially our team and i've seen this in a lot of race teams that speed comes in gets we talked about it with bracket alaska. He's waiting on that speed to show for him and his team is ready to execute. So i've told no an injustice week. I said you know it's it's so great to have drivers like yourselves that they're ready to go when that cars reading. The team doesn't always have the speed. We don't always send them to the race track with winning cars but when we do. They're ready they never let us down and not like that. Justin's been like that since we hired him. They're very dependable baz. In as long as we sent him to the race track with cars that can run into top three. They're going to get us. Wins and right now. Seems like that The speed in our camps pretty good but it adds inflows. It comes and goes. You never know when you're gonna have that momentum or or you're never gonna you never know when your team's gonna be the at its peak and really you don't do anything different to achieve that we've been doing the same things we've been doing all your wrong. Just you just start winning races and you start running well and you hope it lasts Luckily we're doing this all right. Into the part of the season that matters the most is lease into the playoffs. Here and for those guys can keep going down before. I got one more question about talladega and unlike it's not fantasy related because i have no hope of catching you. I want to go back to what you said about ryan blaney about having that right mentality with this package after daytona allow drivers. Weren't really happy about like you. Said it seemed mike. More chance of crashing william byron referred to it as basically run in bumper cars. Because you can't get away from guys anymore blame. He doesn't strike me as a guy you know the laid back person that is who really want to be in that environment. So i'm curious. What about do you think about. His mentality suits him well. For this type of package he won that race at daytona. And you like him to win. Talladega yeah i think that he seems to have a little bit of a fearless approach but he's not reckless. He's not overly aggressive. And just as. I say that he's run into somebody i i don't look at him as a driver. That makes mistakes with drafts makes mistakes with no one where the corners of his car are at all times eight. You know drivers win. They're racing plate race. Need to understand where all the runs are coming from. They need to know a little bit more than what. They're spotters letting them know they need to be able to sense all of that even though they can't visually look around and see it happening and he seems to be those be in that position. He he's in that zone when he's in that car he knows everything that's happening around that car he doesn't have to visually see it And so when you're in that race car you got a few miraz a few vantage points but you can't. You can't know everything so you have to sense. A lot of innocent user use the sounds and and and you know information from your spot or so forth the piece it altogether and he just seems to be able to do that he can compartmentalize information and you piece. It get like puzzle. And like i said his his personality seems to keep him keep him out of trouble keeps him out of trouble throughout throughout the days. Unfortunate events that you're gonna have it these plate races and he's always sorta around the game with an opportunity to win. Yes denny's the same way and he's guinea is fearless. He's smart he knows where all the corners of his race car are at all times. He's not reckless is not doing risky things during the race with his drafts and so forth. He doesn't make mistakes. You don't see spinning guys out. Accidentally bumped drafts and whatnot a. Wins a lot of platelets. You know it's it's really interesting to me how the personality plays such a big row when we go to daytona and talladega. Thanks for joining us today looking forward to this weekend watching some racing with you. It's always fun. Yeah i'm looking to but it will get at the track all right man. Thank you ma'am great interview love. The caller is calling in coming back with more college. You guys stay busy. We love having you on. Keep those phones. What's going on everybody. Chemin doug smith alongside we'll lowery welcoming us beyond the fairway golf channels newest weekly podcast. Not only are. We asked me to listen to with what we want you to hear us. Wherever you get your pike they rank behind you concert cokes out. He's done it again here. Lugano talladega thirty four year. Old driver has been waiting for this moment. It pubs here this afternoon. Halliday brian blaney by inches. Picks up the win any al-anon the inside outside welcome back to nascar america motormouth. Did you see their five. Recent races at talladega playoff races five different winners and we welcome in now. A two time winner at talladega hall of famer dale jarrett. Dj welcome program. What you make of that. But i was surprised. Looking up your stats. That you've only won there twice. Maybe that sort of speaks to the fact that you know the last five races here. There have been five different winners. It's hard to repeat. I guess right hartwell for some unless your last name was earnhardt. then they they. They seem to make things look easy and hard for the rest of us but it is so difficult and i think a lot of it goes to the back that we talk all the time and i think some people think that we're just saying this to make the watch but literally anyone can win these races. You get yourself in the right position. And you don't have to have the fastest car matter of fact. The last race that i wanted. My career was at talladega in two thousand and five and i did not have the fastest car by any means. And and Found myself in the right position that the end of the race to to get some things worked out. And and i didn't have that big lead but i i. It's just so unpredictable and gan that can happen this weekend. we expect. The yazid are still in the playoffs. Those twelve drivers to up front and battling but literally you can take the rest of the field and say they realized this is one opportunity if they haven't won this year also and so they're going to be doing everything they can to win a rice. Dj we talk about this format. The pressure it adds. He's rounds and now different. They are for each different driver as well. they're good at track or not gonna attract. Are you glad this format was not around when you're running for a championship. Yeah i don't know how jeff burton fields but it is fun to watch and for us to do. But i really don't know how much i would have enjoyed it. I'm sure that if we were in the moment there and you're battling for that then. I think that's what you drive on as a competitor. Is that opportunity to be your best in high pressure situations. So as i sit here and think about that. Yeah it doesn't seem like that. It would have been a lot of fun. But but i think that i really would probably have been embraced. It don't know that. I would have been any good at it. I think it would. It certainly lends itself to be very hard to do everything right and each one of the rounds and get yourself there and have a chance to just have one race to go win at all. That's very difficult. Dj you're multi daytona five hundred winner. Very few people can say that one talladega twice of great racecar driver. Great at racetracks. Where you know we talk about all the payroll of things wade to meet a driver to in their day. So what is the mindset of these drivers as they go into into the race on sunday. Yeah jeff it's so difficult you know. As the week goes on went went talladega daytona are approaching especially talladega that you know the likelihood of something big happening and can be out of your control and take away the opportunity not only to win but for some of these acid. It may take away their opportunity at at looking in moving forward in the playoffs. And and that's just a tremendous amount of pressure to put on yourself. And so. But i think that you each driver is going to have something a little bit different. Safest kala larson seines things like this happen. And if it happens at the wrong time right in front of you or your part of it and can't avoid it then all of a sudden all will that work that you did to build up. A big advantage has gone away. So i think different drivers have to play this a little bit differently. I know nobody wants to hear me. Talk about laying back and not racing heart all day long. But i i think that's the only way for someone like cow larson to cerium self. That he doesn't put himself and his team in a difficult position onto the role next week. But i'm all for the drivers that have to go for trying to get as many states points as they possibly can and so. I think you have to be ready to embrace. Whatever that situation is for you and one thing that i say about some drivers that in my opinion whenever i didn't have a car that i felt like i could keep up front and i've wanted to hang out in the back i saw. I see so many drivers wanted to go too early to try to make that. Move back to the while you're doing is just putting yourself in a bad position once again. The people that have always asked me. How do i go about this if i want to hang back. How do i go about this and my only advice is look wait as late as you feel that you can learn throughout the day where you can go and how many cars. You'd think that you can pass. It obviously gets more difficult as you get to the end but be going forward at the end. That's the only thing if you get a brought yourself stalled out then you're gonna lose everything that you tried to gain well. Dj staying on that theme of driver mentality. We've got another layer of intrigue going into this race where the rules have been changed since the last talladega they were implemented for daytona Less horsepower changing in the wicker bill. We saw certainly a lot of crashes atonal drivers complaining about bumper. Cars can't get away from each other deal. Juniors on he thinks that ryan blaney has the right mentality to work in that package. That's his favorite for sunday. How do you size up. How those new rules will impact the race sunday. And do you have a favorite driver going into it. Yeah ron blades. A good choice. And i heard that conversation there and blaney does a tremendous job and he's like he embraces his. He looks forward. This and so many drivers don't do that. So you have a little advantage on the mental side of it. But i tell you what over the last three years. There have been two drivers in my opinion that at the end of these races if you took a snapshot as they crossed the finish line at daytona and talladega more often than not the car that guinea hammons driving. The eleven car is always there and ryan blaney in his car is always there. They seem to just know how to position themselves and get themselves throughout the day in a position and known what they can do at the end of the race. So i think that obviously dini has all the pressure off of him so he would love to go win another race and keep it where no one else. Secures of themselves through the next round of the playoffs. Even though we know that that that could possibly be done on points for a couple of people. So what. I do like i like denny hamlin in this situation. He's actually got nothing to lose any. Maybe the best dropped her own. The super speedways right now but blaine is right there with them in my opinion. Dj in the category of things. I never thought. I would hear at the beginning of the year. Rodney children's said this week. He feels like the four teams. Biggest strength of the team is a superspeedway package. I mean do you agree that this is harvick's may be best shot left to win a race this year. I think i think one hundred percent correct there. I honestly do even though they're program has come a long way of. They've made some gains with their equipment. But you know the the the reason that they're showing the way that they are in. The playoffs is too because they have a championship driver. And future hall of famer in kevin harvick driving those cars and just not willing to give up whatsoever in any way shape or form regardless of of knowing the fact. That cars aren't as good as the other cars that that he's battling with your so. I know that that kevin has one on the super speedways kenny this weekend. There's no doubt my mind that he can he's going to be pushing shoving all that he can but kevin harvick's also a smart race right knowing win to make all of that happened. So i'm looking at this. As his opportunity to secure his way through the next round. Because i know that pretty sure that he's not looking forward to the wroval and trying to make a good bet definitely dj motormouth. All about the callers. And we're going back to the phones now and talk to one of them. We got james on the line. James go ahead. hey I wanted to ask Which the drivers outside the top eight right now. Do you think the best chance to surprise with a win at talladega on sunday outside the top eight so the drivers below the cut line byron harvick boom bell. Dj we'll start with you. Anybody you like those four. Yeah all of them you know. I just said that i think kevin harvick. This is his best shot. But i really believe when you look at those drivers that we byron as the driver that that i would choose. I think that The chevrolets and hindered motorsports of ring. Fast cars go to these places and environ has shown to me over the last probably three races on the super speedways than that. He's a much better driver and understands what it takes to get his car to the front and win dj. I have a question for you. And i kind of want jeff burton and follow up on it so. We've talked a lot about the manufacturer games kind of seems to be creeping into the picture for the weekend once again. You knew senior very well. They told him your objective is to help all the other chevy teams what. What would he have said. Oh gosh he'd laugh way harder net where he would have given them that look like. Are you seriously kidding me. He didn't he wasn't gonna play along with that. I mean he's he was the mentality that he was there to win for himself his sponsors and even though we understood that if he could utilize teammates and others from that manufacturer with the chevrolet that and that was good but thinking that you were going to get the help me out with that being beneficial to him. You could tell at aside. In my opinion jaffe may have a different opinion about that. Worry about that because everybody wanted lock over his bumper and follow him. I think i think you could ask. Mike skinner what he thinks about his teammate. Who didn't really get much help senior. That would be an awkward conversation. I i dj. We really appreciate join us. Thanks to be empowered. Nascar america modern. We'll see a telladega all right. Thanks guys it's going to be a fun weekend. Thank you man. Thanks and stuff so yeah. Mike skinner calms laughing about that. Yeah he would've completely laughed. Even if jim campbell who heads up everything at chevrolet told him that he would have laughed. Say it's so difficult understand. I listen. I get it. I mean i understand. Why manufacturers won't their drivers to work together once one does it then the others kind of have to. It makes it very difficult for the others. Not but we've also seen the manufactures getting the same wreck. you know. there's not all positives. It's very difficult situation to put the drivers and i understand. I understand the business side of it. I understand that you know people won't all of the all the chevy guys were together. We're one team. Were chevrolet. I get it. It's it's great but there comes a point in the race in every race where you have to become a person that you don't wanna be in everyday life and that is self senator selfish arrogant right. You have no friends. Everybody likes your kids not to be right. But that's what you have to be when it comes to win in these races and sometimes that doesn't work with teammates if it does come down to that. Toyota's kind of out of the mix. Aren't they talking about them. Trying to help christopher bell. There's no way if you think streep numbers matters there In big trouble. Yeah sure and. I love your selfish comment. You were the first person i ever heard. Say that being a race car driver is all about being selfish and yeah i'm okay with that night. More calls on the okay to talk. Exp- finnity twenty twenty to schedule. We come back. on nascar. america murder mouths america motormouth and nascar xfinity series released. Their schedule. They pretty much mirrors than ask our cup series scheduled for twenty twenty two with portland thrown in there. Which is kind of an interesting wrinkle. The indy cars go there. I would assume they would not use the first little dogleg. They will go all the way straight to turn him. I would assume that would be the case after the first lap iraq. Yes that would be a good point. Nate how do the portland race really come about. Nascar has been trying really hard to get back to the northwest as best. They could mardi enda ben candy nascar executive who's been doing a lot of the scheduling for all three series. Talked about this link. Today that nascar has been looking at pacific northwest. They looked at some spots in seattle and portland. And i think to your point. We're going to have green savary promotions who promote the indycar races. Well and they also did the mid ohio race indycar and nascar. So i think just made a lot of sense from the perspective of when you look at nascar going to these new road course venues or maybe a street course. Eventually it's natural that they would look at places like road. America like mid ohio and now like portland. We're the indycar series is already gone. Established foundation doesn't add a new road course jeff but it does replacement ohio on the schedule and essence trucks going there so your thoughts on going to the north west on the. I think it's great for for the expanding series. As long as i've been in the sport i've been hearing about going to the northwest. We keep hearing about it here. Trucks ran north west for a while. But you know. I think it's great. We need to be. I've said for years when we don't need to run as many races possible. We need to be in as many places as possible. The more we can take this racing circuit and on the road and show more people the better off. We're going to be because once you the race and you experience it you get hooked and so i think it's a great move so i guess the immediate question is does cup follow and to your point. Natives there are three course race in the offing. Someday let's hope so. I certainly want there to be. Yeah i i hope. Cup gets to like jefferson pacific northwest they. We're talking about a racetrack in the seattle area. Twenty years ago sure there's definitely cancelled mile and a half. This makes more sense. Of course it exists already. It's already there you have a group. That's already promoted the event they know what to do it. I think it'll be terrific. Let's grab a phone call from keith. What's going on keith. Hey how's it going guys keep from detroit just wanted to get your feeling on Indycar just announced today that they are moving their race for twenty twenty three into downtown detroit And they're they are prepping. The roads they have of course laid out through the buildings down across the river. How you guys feel about nascar coming to the motorcity innate. I talked about inker about this this weekend. Who kind of runs. Things for roger penske on that side. I know this is an objective. One of the reasons they went down to one race at detroit for indycar versus the traditional doubleheader. What do you know about going on the streets of detroit. Obviously next year has been announced they will say at bellagio at this point. And it certainly sounds like twenty twenty three. They want to be in the streets of detroit. Bill has been a great facility for them and you do get the skyline backdrop. But obviously if you're running in downtown detroit you are right literally there in the backyard of gm their headquarters being right there in the city's so yeah i think good move could be freely car in jeff. Maybe in the future nascar street race. Cows wanted me and everybody loves michigan national speedway. But you know what now that on. Jeff jeff like jerry. I will say this the nashville the indycar race national. It was awesome the atmosphere. The vans incredible you could walk from hotels to the track. It was terrific and nashville is known for what bars you got the good time. Exactly i think nass carl has called in. This might be the first time nascar over the last caller show. I don't know. Yeah so nascar. Today i you. Sometimes you got to save the best for last month. That's right You know we've been talking about a lot of the variables at talladega. But how about this. Fella's could we see the double lime who'll be effectiveness. Hey late in the race. Aw everybody's trying to get a spot something like this and it may be one of the playoff taveres but the double line rule jeff double line role is a factor in every race daytona talladega. I mean it is from the time they dropped the green flag. And it's very difficult thing to police. I know some fans don't like you there's been calls to get rid of it. There's a reason it's there and if you took the rule away you'd find out real quick wildlife. Yeah it's a factor in every race and the drivers eat understand the rules and and it's hard to buy it sometimes but if you don't they're going to bust you period in the story i think it factored into the race at talladega. A year ago with benedetto an stenhouse lieber buscher on the last lap non-playoff drivers but it certainly could affect platforms. It seems like it's every other race. Let's clean up a couple of things. Real quick. pinski announced their kuchis for twenty twenty two moving forward nate. You have the details on that force real quick. I do paul woeful. Remain the crew chief before the number twenty two of joey logano and number twelve or i'm sorry number two germany bulletins with austin syndrich moving over and then jonathan hasler. I leave correct moves over to become lying blaney screechy from the number twelve replacing todd and then harrison burton with brian wilson. Who moves up. Who's one annex any series champion. Yes they got their whole lineup. Smashed up and essentially the. What's what's what's very unique about. Crew chiefs today is compared to ten years ago as they do more than just set the car right. They may not even set the car. There's all engineering staff. And it's believe pesky is doing is they're trying to get the right driver crew chief lineup rights of the communication. Is there a lot of effort being put into that and it's interesting to see how teams make these decisions crew. Chief job is crazy. What a trixie has asked to do. Today is unbelievable. It's a really really tough job. Do the crucial the general manager job but Yeah buddy parents would call everybody. Would you know what even if it didn't work you'd be lots on. You always said that's the most fun you ever on race team. I like the pairing of Of austin syndergaard. Jeremy boland's you bring in a young driver. You have that veteran leadership combination of what they could possibly do. No doubt about it. I think that's wise of team. Penske two kind of pair that kind of group together. Yeah yeah it. Listen also senator will be fun to watch a few races run and cuff this year. He's gone right at it you know. He hasn't gone in there like a rookie scared. He's gone right at it. He's gonna be funding. I love brian. Wilson get another chance with harrison terrific. I think that's awesome for everybody. And keeping joey and paul together. Good idea as well. We'll see over the weekend at talladega. That's it for motormouth today.

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Sitting Ringside Ep. #68

Sitting Ringside

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Sitting Ringside Ep. #68

"And took ban took took us took ochre former shoop. Welcome to another episode of sitting ringside. This is episode number sixty eight. I your host robert and as always with me my co host. Michael bodies have alligator. Media's david regis and the goat producers rudy lara. How's it going man. Wanted eleven o'clock so happy to be here with y'all thursday night where we're supposed to be right. Yup one day closer to friday like all right there. It's friday the eve hours action right. We had an interesting weekend. with the se event. We'll talk a little bit about that. So we do have actually just ended bella toward they had their event tonight. Also this saturday we have you see on his plus suckled verse as share. So yeah it's going to be a pretty good job guys. Line knockouts also with the dana white contender series. I don't know if you guys saw before we get started roberto Somebody just reminded me and chat. Craig ansel that happy birthday. Big dog and Yeah man happy. Belated birthday birthday was this past week. You're especially a hundred years old. Why good man. Thanks for over ninety five long. The name result is you're as old as As many episodes we have a go. This is also Sixty eight is the election special any ringside by booking ma. So keep in mind. There is a yeah still presidential election up on the board we. We really don't know what the hell's going on there but We hear is thursday night revenue obese. I think if everybody's here with us right now they're sick of all this election. Talk your Earning a as as as we're talking right now. We still don't have president-elect you're still coming to balance out nevada's locating the ballots Though so you're and honestly. I was kind of helping a during the week early in the week that we do. Our show on thursday. A lot of news breaks but lexin special kind of hoping that there would be determined winner of the president of the united states. Night that we can talk about that but dot combat sports talk in my world. And that's what we're here for. We're not abundant covington's or great man. We're not gonna. we're not t woods though. Let's get on with the show. Will i let me give a huge shot. You break combat bitterly. You shot to them. They show so much love to fiber kevin may on their on their social. Media's you guys out there they're just freaking awesome. Thanks so much also with hp usa of they're always get show us love as well and caja steel. Csm may everybody that we work with partnered with shot up to them. We really do appreciate it. Also you fight tv You know they showing a lotta love with us too. So it's a bad as to be able to live stream other platform the huger that we have a valid. Ucf by harbour silva. I thought this card was pretty bad ass. It started off. Pretty good What were you guys. You started on this card. Those fucking awesome bro Eight that it was better than the previous pay per view and probably had more views. I gave it a solid nine and a half is saying here man nine and a half or on this card elliott and i totally agree with you man. It was a on. Espn plus obviously was not review. That danny deliver fucking. I generous again myself The at rudy nine point five nine. I mean what eight finishes on the entire cards from top to bottom. We broke it down last week. Knew it was going to a labor from the kevin a tv dot fight. And from then on. I mean jeez i mean it definitely great hard. I mean it. It's it's better than pay card for sure better than I mean released into a couple great events coming up but this event right here definitely delivered You watch his card in. This isn't it. Its entirety you definitely. Were fulfilled as a mma aficionado fan at started off with the one to data looking like he was broken in half. And then he's bound up like a slinky was fucking crazy and top highlights right there man. It was funny dude. And what. Sean stricklin talking down marksman. That was hilarious bro. That was so hilarious. He just mad dog in umbro talking so much. Shit yeah man. That would i. Don't know man a started off with three finishes and then strickland talking shit That was awesome new. The whole event was great. It was great. Yeah dude. I mean there's only two that went all the way but even though it ended up in a decision those fights are still bad ass. You those guys delivered. I mean the the bryce mutual is andre. Feely that that flight was freaking awesome. And the one with the when you're talking about with String restrict strickland should. That was a bad as fight as well. Man i love is that we. We talked about last week to be definitely delivered. Always talked about the adrian. Janas fight Debit was going to be a fight of the night and man. That guy is definitely somebody to look out for at one thirty five. Even though it's his second fight in the uc ethnic killer man. I mean if you miss that fight. I mean go back and watch i mean just like i said. This discard entirely delivered on all levels. Heavyweight. bantamweight. It was good to see. 'cause i mean it rob We talked about last week. Kevin harlan against barrels. Unfortunately that was a weird way. That fight ended but man kevin harlan. Such a fucking monster and He's he's doing big things and hopefully we could have him on the show here. You're shortly in a couple of weeks. Yeah well you know. Like i said man Was called out a week or two before this fight. It was his. Usc debut baton kid man. He's a fucking topaz kid man he like. I said when i first saw the original out houston now just watching him fight and it was just talking to him to. He's a nice a nice guy and it's such the weed and the you know because he did hurt his neck he was You know kicking out of the cage with stretcher. Then flying home did a selfie. Looks fine recovery. Take on kevin harlan. On today's notice that sets a you got you're the man you know anybody that steps in that cage you know ultimate respect but Yeah it was last man opponent but the way the fight ended a i mean jeez man kevin. Harlan keeps keeps gain momentum. I mean he's he's super low key but he was calling out at sonya talking smack and i love that because i think kevin holland over the course of the next couple of months. He's gonna get a top ten guy. And i don't know if it's going to be that estonia fight but i signed his fighting further light heavyweight title but i love that they had that little whatever they have a little bit of history behind them but Definitely been high on kevin harlan. If you all watched his show you know kevin. Harlan is a killer in way this leave it at that event rebecca. Charlie actually got some love from the champ sonya on social media like you said taking the fight on short notice they had re posted a picture them together You know it can hand so again. Wasn't bit how to go. In the record books. I think he With respect that sure. But gad you for sure he got a lot of respect a lot of people are going to hopefully when he gets back into the cage. Soon you know with the full camp and he's gonna show exactly who he is. Because like i said man. I've seen firsthand how he fights. I've talked to him. he like. I said he's such a nice guy and family man and yet to be able to get a shadow like that from the top. ufc fighter. What are they you exactly. What a leak you know though. Yeah pretty bad i. I do a really fully speedy recovery in it camp in the where he can do. Next time. it'll be backed that said that. Said balls on his side to set up an thought top-flight dude let kevin harlan moby. Back another friend. A like book fought that Fought that evening Jason wit congrats on your win. I'm putting a so. Everybody congrats on you. In jason white lettered iraq putting the whip. Picture jason witten. Nothing do respond though is done is like fucking made me madam. Me and i won with son of a huge them and leading into next fight. I mean like. I told y'all last week raid. Hardy is still delivering in the heavyweight division in the afc. He's these new shot. He said he's ready to go for you. Know any any top guys at heavyweight. So i was. I was impressed. Man i mean i knew screen. I wasn't impressed with him. It is what it is. You gotta like him or hate him to love him but at heavyweight about you more wins. He's in the fucking heavyweight title picture. I don't hate him at all. You know. I think he's He's got a lot of skill. Got a lot of talent. I think a lot of people hate them for the wrong reasons. i don't know him personally he's never done anything wrong to me Whatever he's done in his past eight that's his fucking problem. Give john jones pass. If this guy pass. I don't know maybe do maybe don't I really don't care but Overall his performance at night just didn't really impress me I think the the ref kind of stopped that fight a little too quick. I think maurice probably could've walked off with a win at he gone gone into the third round. I mean did you see the way. He was breathing hard. He was breathing during the interview. He looked like he was fucking grow. He i don't think he would have been able to last into the third round questionable if he does fight you know a five round main event. that definitely something bad. He didn't he looked like he was in shape. He looked at he. He missed weight to didn't he. Right dude heavyweight. He for the first time that you eat in. He was overweight. Yeah did they gave him obviously that our window and he dropped and lost to pounce so he can make weight. How do you make a heavyweight. Wait why i think that's a it's a case of like dating said. We talked about last week as all he has to do. Is is keep winning matter what the ufc has been a feature him on any card that he's gonna be on whether it'd be event main event undeservingly or the main card like all he has to do with keep winning especially division and he's going to get a title shot sooner rather than later undeservedly early so like you said he. He missed wait. They're gonna give him the extra time to do it. They they know this guy is going to bring in eyeballs. Here's people love people. hate him reminder what. he's had controversies. They want he walked in so all he had to keep winning davis point impressive or not. He's gonna be right there no matter what 'cause again he draws a out of people said self unlike the i like. I like him bro. I mean i'm not don't just. I really wasn't impressed by that win. honestly i think the ref fuck and save his ass if he would have gone another round he would fucking awesome guaranteed. We just need to be more In a five round main event of a finite car is coming soon would like to see him. Fight is derek lewis happened. I don't think mike car too much to do that. Black will he'll just destroy him. That's why again there's there's two roads to atoll shopper. Some fighters right. There's a the hard path or the one where we'll take a lap terrier. We'll go around. We'll void the traffic. And i think they're gonna keep greg hardy nicely polished for Pilots shot down the line. So person foremost greg heart. He's got one more wind than the dallas cowboys this year for ten months criteria but who they match up with next many fob. Oh come on. A short note cowboys. I think the cowboys are playing the steelers deputies incoming matter football game this season so i don't give me and with your gonna be interesting who they put greg. Hardy gets next. I mean i knew mike. We talked about when when he fought. Murray screen i mean. I talked about it when he fought New york cat He's way out of shape. Where easy moved up to heavyweight you dad. No business heavyweight Rescreen look good. You gotta wear weird. Submission winnow rim. I didn't really hold a lot of credibility in that. Win against greg hardy. Bacardi prove i mean he's seventy two now. I mean riccardi at ten and two. He's looking really really good. You know what i mean to while that's a fight that's a good fight right there. I love that they both just want a host malone right so yeah he already fat postman loom. Yeah it's gonna be interesting match up with. But i think before christmas. There's a possibility that greg hardy gets back in there and against somebody that's pretty high profile and on at name name at the moment because it's heavyweight division. it doesn't matter you win. Four five heavyweight. You're pretty much chiseled in as a number one contender. But they're lewis he's five. Dan mccartney madison square garden for the for the big time. I think that fights a little ways out but greg got about two more five in and He can get it done. He's right there in the mix actually hate him eleven. He's in the other. Got the rankings. If you wanna give him like a test at least the name stature Here's a fight. In december bud journal samples might be. Somebody becomes off on top of a win. I think he's gonna fight a in december. I see here. Kind of lines. Up with greg hardy so i mean maybe get that fighting january. It'd be real test promotion wise. Hey greg heart is going to go up against the former years heavyweight champion one of the former batsmen's on planet. Obviously he office has been sort of in the client of his career now. Maybe it's going down very hard. It's coming up. Let me read the middle. That can be something you might wanna do. You know propel greg cards that you know in the eyes of amd promotion wise that elite status That could be an option to perform well next month. Oh abe rode the santa's like ranked number seventy Oscar ring at overeating rudy. He's still chasing as we marsin type. Blog will either nov zero gain. Sergei pablo pitch while the perez. Any of those guys should be you know a good. I fight for fucking in the top fifteen but junior though santa's were buck him up. Oh yeah yup for really fight. That's going to be greg. Hardy against gusto sake Ah to bossa bro. They're both not ranked so okay. I yeah i. I agree that that's a good fight. I mean shoe is going to happen win or lose right. Yeah do you watch man on. They mentioned will be the next fight for greg just because the weight i want his last fight old heavy hitters. Why not man that i. I don't know that seems fun to me. I would like to c. J. d. s. piece. Up fuck fucking greg hardy. But i don't know man. That's fucking leap. That's a league and kind of rank. He's ranked number six volkov but even like a wild card. Matchup is like Less winning that guys fought like thousand. And that's the true test you because it that motherfucker gets cardi down. He's in overdo. It could be like yeah. That's a good point. But maybe with john jones into the headway division. Maybe the u of c could say what realistic atomic greg hardy. Let's give him the. You know the non rank fighters because as of right now stuck out with dc gone is really nothing going on and henry divisions maybe with john jones in. They're they're kind of taking their time of greg. Hardy like you said really. We'll give them somebody who's not ranked rise up to other pets with their planets against heavyweight. Division is stacked. I think there's a lot of like the bid francis in ghana. He's been waiting like what two years. Now the fucking years. He's he's make number one and come on. We got curtis blades. There louis rosen struck overeen. I mean all all fucking neck. Saint bucket hardy rose and stroke. I don't give a now. That would be good that that i would like to see the 'cause they're they're they. Just throw fucking leather. you know. Yeah yeah do fuck man. Roses strict feudal lands clean. Shot dude and i already gave alec a good fucking hanbro. Yeah no yeah. I know we. We've agreed on that long ago. He's not a good structure. But i think he's got what they've match them. Up against. Somebody high level rosen stroke or the santos. The next step for him is definitely heavyweight title contention. Even though it's complete vaccari right now. Like in ghana should be matched up steep bay. I'm pretty sure that fight Should be announced. Soon that rematch is going to happen is gonna fight you on block. So that kind of rules. Out the whole john jones fucker you. Les jones ends up fighting like anthony. Johnson crazy shit in February that that could happen to. I don't know. I think i think cardi needs to work on that cardio for sure add that that that cardio and and and doing breaking the top ten until you can you can laugh at fucking round. The pro title contention unless you can last three fuck and rounds mistake that the end of that second round man you is looking breathing dime bro and then even interview. He was just fucking looking for his inhaler. Like rose got the inhaler. You've got that advantage. You know if he needs it and he's betrayal pretentious drinking water. That's right there in covid times that they might just approve that shit and he'll be fine every is gonna hide it in. His glove broke blocks. He's going to have it in his. He's a heavyweight. He's the only he'll besides a certain john jones at but i don't know why he's he's a he'll bro- you know he's always been rather respectful my opinion to his opponents. He doesn't talk shit. It's just the stuff that he's done outside of the ufc even coming into the ufc. I don't man I think people make mistakes and you know what you can look past. A mistake doesn't matter what it is. I mean you're going to give fuck in michael vick pass for murdering dogs. I mean greg hardy pass for doing whatever. That's personal shit man. That's not what happened. You weren't weren't there. I'm not condoning it. But i'm just saying. Hey you don't know what. I'm saying to give john john walking running away from crime scenes and with bag to cheetos and we'd pipe you know but he's still the go right yeah. I also think you were like like underestimating. How many how. Many people hate the cowboys. This there's a lot in the public that like this do cowboys i this guy but onto the co main ammo shorts i know rob is going to be fully counted up from here on out till the summer of twenty twenty one all the way performance. I mean goddamn like rice. Mitchell like this guy's going to have to be all the top guys get to the belt going through andre feeli- i mean you might have separate like a cut later in the in the fight but and bryce mitchell made it look kind kinda easy man That dude finest the post fight Whatever the should these talking about. I don't give a fuck about that. You went in there abroad. Andre philly and put him down easily and made it look fucking easy and nobody's ever really done that feely and phillies had had a good Good run lately you know. He's he's Been doing good. I know he bought use of in laws but He's had a couple of good fights lately. And i i kind of expected more out of them Embrace mitchell you know what. I don't really care for the stuff he was saying after the event but you know what he did it the right way. He's not doing it before events. He's not talking shit union political before vans during the prefight presser. He did it when he was up. He did it after winning and when they were asking him questions. You know that that will give a pass to. I don't care you get political when you have your platform It's your moment. You know what i'm seeing your time to shine. You do whatever you want with it. And if he wanted to talk about kobe whatever do yeah i think he he. He also gave it some context to to how it's affected his life was just saying it was just saying i don't i i don't believe because i don't like it. Gave some context to it which is like again like you said we all have disagreements will know but as long as he laid it all out there. You can't really fault the guy for that now. I don't mean if he'd been saying through the whole freaking leading up to the event that would have been so annoying. Bro i would have lost respect for the guy come on. There's so many matches for him to like a marlin veras. Fifteen that The way class. Now i mean you can match them up with i mean bucking massimo t. j. dillashaw where the fuck is that guy been like. When is he coming back. But he's working on dennis. The menace three. Right t dave dillashaw. Dominick cruz rematch is coming soon. I've a feeling that's going down. But as far as Mitchell and he he needs to get The high high profile me. I don't care if jimmy rivera Marlin verifying jose although right. Yeah i mean. Yeah you gotta insert rice rice mitchell into the top fifteen. 'cause arlen barra fifteen. He's he's going to definitely prove is keep out at one forty five but that that division is is loaded. Man like i mean. Restaurants is going to draw somebody big next and bucket. I mean if it's not dominant crews t dillashaw than fucking bryce Gonna get somebody big time. And he's he's in it for the big time he's gotta undefeated record. He made it look like an out there. So impressive Rob a camel camel the way man. Fuck it. I'm to buy scrubs at our all tam Easily starting to happen most shorts. I'm all brighton by song yang. Kelly stayman the bureau Philly like he's a killer to acid definitely fight for rest mitchell but yeah he's he's gonna inches himself into the top ten real soon and his next fights can be big. Time is number fourteen right. You will marlin various fifteen but we know rankings on. Meanwhile don't mean shit you know. Long mitchell over jimmy rivera any day and jimmy rivera's rate ranked number eight right now or asensio or Rob fought they got matchups lady but rice mitchell main fact is you know he might climb the rankings. But he's got a lot of killers ahead of them that divisions like super like. It's one of the best divisions in the sierra. Now forty five five top flight shit right there. But mitchell really thousands of definite Performance where he proved that he's he's he's near the top. You gotta give them a top notch soon. No doubt about it on the reading. They have bryce mitchell featherweight. Yeah okay well because when you're seeing down them they're better off that yeah well he's fourteen. He is ranked fourteen now but fienberg ran out. I think ryan hall has a fight finally as fucking fight but Dan has the fight book. Walkie give him jeremy stevens. That would be fun. Yeah yeah i would like for him up by. She was just like you said ryan. How does how. I don't know who's fighting next but would be for bryce. I'd like to see him fight Brock lesnie speaking of that article rock listeners. Daughter holy shit bro. She looks like a hooking beast right her garnett's what does he she ranked in the world. Sixers or something like that you'd shop. I don't know bro but all low key fight that a that always looking out for edson. Barboza has asking for more money staying uc but embrace mitchell a fucking rocks daughter winner takes all match the tables letters in cherry. Joe anson barbara and bryce mitchell is the next fight. What fifteen or i think so. Yeah yeah nah. He's way older than that him. You rudy. oh let's see here. So who got next up man. Main event later on a cough against anderson the spider silva me and rudolf anderson. Silla win this fight Just for the fact of its anderson silva but you believe picked a your. Ira without is over. Did you okay. So david was the lone goat then right. Yes again. Like the dana white somebody at the pollution of every single card. He hates are hall absolutely. I really enjoyed that fight man. You thought it was a great fight. It started off really good for silva and Hall just turned it up man Look it up another notch. And he i guess he's tall. Something and capitalized on it. And i can. I think that's what made the event though. Awesome for me is that Just show respect at the end of the fight for me anyways. I was awesome man. I think there's that's something that's lacking an amendment were in the. Ufc is respect and it was awesome seeing abro seeing. I don't know if this is still last fight but if it is i think that was a hell of a way to go out You know it's it is what it is bro. He lost. But i really lose. You know the ref stop invite didn't he because he got he got he did grad alex bare knuckle. We split them to bare knuckle around. Well actually. yeah. That's one of the things i want to talk about. Guys especially you know. Whenever conor mcgregor speaks at echoes though he was very vocal on twitter to say don't give up accidents over that there's fights out there for you in the warriors spirits any forever but is bare knuckle latour. I saw people making the makeshift posters of chelsea center versus silva back on bella tour Ira kinda remind me a few years ago when Between belfort when he was born gret he tried to former lennon's league forty lasting. I think it kind of speaks to a bigger thing in mma. Because now we're entering. You know this sport is relatively you know twenty years right so now. We're getting to the taylor guys. I started chuck labelle the team. A horse asked zillow's these guys now. They're there at the end of their career and as as fans who saw that. Were not like we don't know how to really adjust and how to let go of both right. it's like we we still want them to To keep fighting but at off Dana white house. Yeah you froze up there. I mean it's like they're not going to audit there. Well basically the sala jan like. How do we as fans and let go of his big personality of the chuckle. Bell ran doors anderson silva now that we've seen them fight for almost a while. Who freezing again now. Yeah yeah we got the parade. We're how do we let go these fighters. Yeah well list. Like i tell everybody else man. It's not up to us to make a decision for these fighters i mean. Obviously if they're fighting like chuck ladele Did in chuck versus tito three. I think it's time to hang up. But i'm the last person is say or advocate for somebody losing their career in their livelihood. Because you feel like oh. They've had enough. I think it's a fighter. Say when they're done. But i get mad i get we've seen it's I don't know man i. I enjoy watching civil fight. I think he's entertaining bro. he may be a little slower and It's just it's a different breed. Men all the new fighters fighter on a different level man. And no i. I would love to see it like a legends league. That'd be fucking awesome. That legends league is called pellets war. Look they're grappling to make the as versus anderson silva has last fight in the contract shelter. Yeah why the hell not. I mean dana. Why said he would never fight again at usc. Who not nick. The as against andy. Yeah i think. I think that the point i was going to rose up. There's different avenues. Just going out there and like fighting selected maybe the grappling thing underground submission for example silva promoted has digits zuber Arrested what the gelson do with. No what's have not worried by striking stuff like now. These guys don't have to go out there and keep fighting going to bare knuckle and stuff like that. And he was address out there now for them kind you know being the public is still and to cut it for us to get that fixed them and also keep their helping mind to not up like you know stuck del fighting way past Works by hours. I mean anderson silva did say you know this is my last fight in the year see never seen retiring. He never said this is my last fight. Ever though i mean he's not maybe not mostly in a grappling matches. I mean they do make good money. Doing those tournaments you know with like going to do. Is i get the contract from every jaws to call the dallas cowboys. Lean have a good feeling. That a nick dear's anderson silva happens in twenty twenty one fella. You're bigger. he's got a bell tour emmy like cheetahs. They're the chelsea despite their fell for. I don't either. I mean if he goes to bella tori. I mean that's steph cooler. Nala i mean. I don't know if you'll even i don't know man. I have appeared that he might not end up going to baltimore. Just because anderson silva is in it to me. I feel like he's one of those guys that just gonna find out his contract with promotion and then just there fighting for that promotion and do something else either become a coach or do the grappling stuff. I mean i don't see him going to l. tore his norris a. opera unless they offer him a lot of fucking money in case of of like to for him versus a mvp. That'd be fucking fun man. Mvp's he's he's still he's young but imagine the amount of us they would get bro with that fucking mashup regardless that's true because there'd be one of those steppingstone tech fighters for the tour and they both got a weird awkward style man and It'd be it'd be very fun to watch it really would. But you're i gotta fight gay. Jesus at a fight him. Jesus oh ossified him. They didn't happen but that's his next. Fight our romero. Yeah there you go to trying to remember jesus. Jesus where's this bigger hall for you guys. Is he kind of like the same level is a little bit more like serious division or or the. He had a lot of respect for silver. Right i mean fighters had a lot of water respect each other now because of that respect that hall had was silver d. You guys think that you're riot kinda in one pull the trigger that baton hurts Huge respect now or just because he was fighting anderson silva and and you know it just kind of like shocked him a little whatever. No i think he He didn't hold anything back where he broke. The deutz fucking knows this year. All your tends to disappoint when he's supposed to underperform a lot. Yeah i mean. We're expecting a first round knockout before. So i mean he's he's been doing a lot better man. It seemed like a switch went off in his head. is for a while. He wasn't doing very well he wasn't doing very well but Romance something's changed about him. I think he's back on track and was winning ways and It was good. I would've been happy either way to see either. One of them win. Visit was on track to win that fight. He really was and your riot. He stepped up and he delivered bro. In that i thought that was awesome man Looking forward to next fight is i think we haven't seen the last year ryan. He's just getting better bro. he's getting get better mentally. He was already good physically but mentally. He seems he seems there man. He's looking at his record. Maybe we have been little harlem cause losses. Apollo kosta sausages derek. Brunson robert whitaker. Having gasoline aren't aren't exactly trump's us losing to be. Maybe he was over hype for a tough thing. Like i said we always expect so much more effeminate when he underperforms dry hall the maybe like thirty six years old now maybe not. He has all alright kind. Click was hit it out yet. That mental maturity along with the the physical attributes may be has one good solid run. Let him see to get belshaw. For man i mean i'm looking at the rankings here. Obviously it doesn't really matter but the way that it that that he's sitting right now is number nine Kevin calvin not kevin but kellyanne. He's the number eight i mean. Would you want to see that room back again. What that'd be kind of cool running back. It's good to promote. yeah. I like that. I mean what's what's coming up to. I mean he's coming off losses in a row. I mean he had that that battery Outta sonya her. He dropped that split decision to earn till. Yeah that's a mission law so why not run back the stories. They're already so might as well. He is earlier but just that community said man. You know huge respect to universal silva at the end mana bit a lot of people. Just seeing the way you're was crying you know talking to silva at the end. I mean that pitcher accurate. A lot of people in heart feels like they say so. David dooley that's what put the the event over the top for me. Man cheryl like that that mutual respect at that both fighters had for each other the end. I mean i think everybody just like watching the yeah. I think her enersen silva what he's done for. Animate will also the impact a lot more later on down the line Because he was doing stuff that we saw them doing action. Eighties action. Ninety two action movies in a real life fight and for people. Maybe who weren't watching. You have seen when i started to see what he was doing. He as a true martial. Artists are just amazing. Like people didn't think actually pull that off. You know in a real fight and he was doing. It was licensed. You guys are know. Pardon me the horror Like hot knife through butter man. Who's going through guys left and right Fan like when you see something like that. Forty-five result you'll find a guy who was ten years almost ten years. I mean the stuff. he's done. The respecting earn man. The guy is one of the days of all time after sure man. I cannot disagree with you on that man. I totally hundred percent agree with you at the. you know. it's it's a beautiful thing to be able to like us. That grew up watching sport. I mean to be able to see anderson silva it is. I eat by. Retiring will not retire because he has retired. He didn't officially retired but one bite. I wish he he would've won just because it's his last flight. A lot of people always look to watch their favorite fighters win by the obviously. It just didn't happen so it's just awesome to see you know these oggi's of the sport you know still going in there and trying to get that belt But you know ender. Still the devastating and Hopefully we consume in either. I don't know. I mean everybody's wanting to see him dilatory or one of these mission. Wrapping matches are bare knuckle. Right dana white still hates No matter what like that. The bird brenna fighting temperatures. Be a they tend to get they get money out of nowhere man. They aerobic paid santa. Who knows that. They're able to throw everything. They got an aaronson silvo anderson going into bare knuckle man just stylistically. He's not for me. Anyways i i don't think he would do very well in bare knuckle. I think they're going to be like one. Maybe one or two fights and bella tour or just do grappling ran out he. He's never really been a like a brawler. In my opinion he's more of a counterpuncher. F- man You don't really too many guys accessible with that type of styling bare knuckle man floor or maybe the groundwork for his flight league mcgregor legend fighting championship right. He's saying there's competition out for you to come with mcgregor promotions. I'll find somebody for you to fight. Come up sign with me. Knowing how mcgregor's always you know gotta read between to. That guy now reminded that mcgregor's going to start his own promotion My i think he will. And it's gonna fuck and fail miserably. But that wasn't the question. The question was guarding anything. Twenty twenty anything goes publishing. He started he started his own promotion. It's a an amateur promotion promotion but actually doing very well has the money he has the money he can pulling sponsors like crazy and he does his own promotion. I mean shit. I'll watch ozzy how updated it can be the production. We'll see i won't watch you. Probably you probably end up in a uc. i pass just because you know get exclusive streaming rights exclusive streamed. Yeah for sure many that are on. Espn plus bill Every card in front doing dance to somebody can beat that guy up our dildo. Dennis dennis about recently. I forget somebody who's running away. 'cause they're oak brea key retired scan scattered gregor something. I want to see him. Fight bryan caraway like odd. Ns against rice. Mitchell at the over. Yeah fucked that guy anyway raunchy. Ufc fight night another oester santos lover to share. It's been rebooked like five different times so finally we're going to go to the posters. The posters complete brash. Kaka every week man. They've all yeah that that poster is trash it looks like a vegas fuck in casino carpet again again. Yeah they did the same. The did the same background or What was her name. I am the show shall waterson versus. What's her name. The chicken looks like black. Michael jackson i add. I can't remember remember name. You know what i'm talking about. Oh yeah it was vegas casino carpet. Yeah it's exact same one man. It's the exact same background bro. How lazy can you fuck me. It's just different colours notes. It's not it's exact same. I'll pull it up a lift for it was oh who was it again. Michelle waterson yeah. Waterson versus hill angela. Hill angela hill. I will prove is on the air. The look all my god. This is this is so fucking bad. Broke all my god. Oh my god look at this bro. Look at the shop so everyone can see it. How do you get away with using the exact same background. Do that exact same backer. How fucking lazy are you. Don't care row. That's messed up dude. Wow oh my god you. That's that is the exact scene a dude rubbing need a fire. Whoever's making these and hire me or david or me and david faulk that that's horrible. I'm sorry that is the exact. Same thing wherever your your. Your guy is dana. White trash that anymore and they look really really dark. He's been out in the sun for like forever posters in to. Who's better do it you soon all right. This card is eleven fights. hopefully it stays. That way will see tomorrow. I bet you we're the first people to actually realize that that they use the same fucking background article about a roberto and good have to read an article about that. Why the fuck so lazy bro. That's walking that's beyond lazy. Like someone's getting to do that. She i know right and they probably impede a lot of money to a lot of money. You get that jumping out anyways. Well we got the eleven fights on this card. Hopefully it stays that way. Like i said rolled no tomorrow night or tomorrow morning. Wanna do the wayans. I stop with lopez versus anthony burch check manhattan vertex site in fucking and do due. He's been calling. i date back. I had no idea he's still active. He's not cut than he's been grinding ever since he's been doing fights A couple of a couple of debut to stop doing that steady kind of you know. The if they call me i'll fill in his shore For notice fighter but man keep we keep active in will sure. He's finding combative. Ella fe rising off his fights began. Man i mean. You're the battery on him next year. Remember that even thought dude heated by jackson's emmy series post. You see that was our albuquerque backing twenty twelve again and anthony. I mean this guy is a. He's a grinder man. This economy dodo. So am i gonna hit back. Yeah yeah yeah man. Differing coming back in that That shot again to be fighting for years. E i'm gonna pick anthony winning this fight by decision. Bingo joke will establish making his youth. Cd view second one. The verdict blockbuster. He lost his first. I'm going gonna go with that team. Burr check on this one by unanimous. Decision alex go for check to the fires. Air is trying to get back many finding back. I don't think it will disappoint Yeah now birch Definitely familiar with the guy but Starting off the main card against slow past Not necessarily the best mess making but lopez. I think he's coming in strong as he's got more momentum. Is this a big fight for him. For check somewhat of a name but i i like occas in the fight i mean they'll ninety six ranking against number six so i'm gonna go with the underdog go lopez by stops early stoppage. I'm going. I'm going to stop a lopez man. Anthony marceca hasn't fought in the afc since two thousand sixteen and roman I don't like the stars that he has tattooed on him because they looked domed. Bow lopez next up we got max griffin versus ramiz brockie mom max griffin on going to pick in next griffin. I really don't know much about Ramiz max griffin was definite like a high profile guy coming in to a couple of losses. Some tough guys come in this by at. Yeah it's a brockton. Mas is definitely a contender and this is like a low key. Early card fight of the night at material right here is back griffin. Who goes in to bang I'm going to give the slighted and yeah max griffin. I gotta fadiman this. This fight here though. I think Yeah it's it's early on the card. it's just sleep and fight right here but griffin that takes loss yamaguchi Coming off. I think he was an elephant mainstay for a little while it lasts all his. Let's reflect So i think they win. Sign up if he didn't prove himself so the with romney's on this one right on the t. here in nixed off rudy who you debt. I'm going with griffin bro. I'm going griffin it. I think he's fought higher are caliber opponents in He's done he's done a good job against them because we'll have lost by decision by decision ruin. His last fight was against Cowboy era. dd took. I mean honestly if if If he gets taken down ramiz is probably gonna win. But yeah man. I'm i'm looking for max max payne griffin. Did we'll pull the win. Probably by decision on this car even mind to worth noting. We're diego supposed to fight do dober- on his card. That was probably going to be the best fighter the whole night Fi jumped out. So it's probably going to be coming event material but yeah you over the head are. That's that's a high profile fight that's fucked up next fight. Darren elkins ouagadougou category. I guess i'm saying last name ran out might not Gotta at ugly brad waddell just because he's thirteen one. He's only had one loss in his professional career. Darren is coming in with like four losses in a row if he loses this one occurrence and like david says but then again Darren elkins you gotta literally kill the guy and drive a stake through his heart in the cage. So i'll never go against the guy but against the ranas fucking coming in a lot of momentum so anybody that's gonna make their name in the featherweight division. They gotta go through darren elkins. I'm gonna go with alcott's man back against the wall if not there now The other way. Champ of ballots are in my. I'm gonna go the winning Rudy kind of picking here because the damage to since he got that tattoo on his chest. I can't not look at in a fight. New and i it is i forced to grow. That's the worst. That's the worst nickname for you. Not because you give a lot of debt because you take too much damage. I don't know. I don't like his tattoo either. A love l. cabot. I hate that that to what were you thinking. I'm going at once again in nature to let the enemy you know the damage narrow and he looks like he looked like he was late. Mirror-like got that right the worst lettering and is what it looks like. It's a horrible horrible. It's a horrible tattoo. So yeah jews kidding these are what is that tattoo. I don't know about all. America is up laws in a hot air balloon on pulling it up. Now let's see. Yeah and lay. Look at this year people. It looks like air balloon but like he's got like upside down crosses on the back of his head. What is wrong with you bro. On those arkansas that is earliest fucking tattoo ever thinking like. What is it supposed to be feathers like if people didn't you enough already like bro. No and i i can't. I can't see them like this morning. I don't want to win just because of that tattoo booking horrible dad that debt is fucking retards horrible. It's like a he went into a tattoo shop Yeah i'll take that one number twelve and mix it up with number two e. e them together right here. Where do you want it on my fucking head in school wrong with you burn. What is that. That is the worst. Ever i thought elkins was bad. Oh my god. Evidently takes a break for fucking worst tech. Takes the cake. What were you thinking bro. And i bet you he spent like oh spend like fifteen grand on what but Racket there now gonzo really kill the guy in the cage so gotta go back there now. Alcan's via bloodbath. Because that's don't might feel dude. Ufc fighter kevin lee. Just tattooed is head and holy shit. That's a good title. All right next and could not lee for darren elkins versus. Gotta go gotta go man. Because he doesn't have any weird tattoos. You a alexander remember i. I'm going to believe can't take into account tattoos since he got like watches fights man looking goatee. Now i mean he has a tattoo that says eh may two. Am there but it's dumb all right. It's dumb it's a dump tattoo like. Why would you tattoo knockout. Mma double knockout please invest. Let's go. I'm like somebody tattooing. Nfl or nba or mlb. What baseball football baseball football those that. I don't know that's pretty bad. See that. I'm looking at all of their tattoos. I'm not looking at nipples tonight. We got markle's roquito. They lima versus alexander romanov and both. These guys are fucking awesome fighters. Take on this one. i do. Who romanov scale radio romanov. Ko over he's just a just a heavy hitter already against this guy. Yeah good good matchmaking. Shirt despite great it's thirty eight against thirty world rate matchmaking. Always like to see the numbers up mostly but Lima's been in the game for quite some time but Romanov romanoff's gonna come in there and this might be a knockout of the night. Espn though i don't know and no has shady death us yeah. It's a hundred on the lima. Lima has been around forever in the american top team. How they trained so. I don't know i'm just going to go with my good. And i'm gonna go with romanov all right so we're all doing romanov's distraction. Espn opt-in knockout by city tattoo. He's walking in there with she. Tattoo lewd chapters right. Loser has tattooed their head. Like kevin lee. Could you actually made a bet like that. Lost a bet. Did he's like what air balloon. What the fuck. I guess i lost a bet air ballooning versus bedded louis. No you look at google takada versus jamie simon's would about terminating get. She causes the next fight. Though i'm looking at the wrong yeah and gigi qadsie is gonna win by destruction. He's fighting a guy who's coming in on his debut. Like what are you thinking. That's shitty matchmaking bro. You don't put a viewer against gig. Itchy qadsie did you see what he did in his last fight. One of the most active guys to in twenty twenty as well featherweight so. Yes coming in a newcomer. Yeah i got. I got a favorite to godsey for sure for sure. Definitely a fucking killer levin to Jane extremely me just fought in october. Bro october ten. Not even a month ago. One of the more active twenty twenty. So i got. I got a stake activity. So yeah definitely why guys fight. You'll sign you up right now. I fight you. Know why i'm gonna go with with your to kanzi. Right is trevor next. Yeah trevon gyles lewis I'm already just going to go out and see it and get ahead of you guys. And gals bevan lewis big ass forehead and his puffing at that i take action wing so he looks like he looks like fucking fifty cent bro with hair right. I bet you baseball cap you get a lot. I'm sure he does bro. A probably way such a big forehead. He puts on a baseball cap thirty. They wou- fit he. Don't got an daddy. Nipples are all puffy. Ren- guy. But i gotta go giles. Giles got momentum coming in I dunno jackson wing guys have been on a slight a big slide out of slight side. But yeah i got a good shot in dallas. This is a low-key fight to that's going to be banger out but bevan lewis. I don't know i can't. I don't have any confidence. In a lot of jackson wink fighters that are not named john jones or home listening to go back on that. The anime tattoo Our buddy mark. He said that in may daughter's initials. Okay okay just coincidence coincidence that it says right right now. I would think that david the tattoo get a tattoo and then named his daughters anna something with anime or order came. I a daughter that's had to thank man. Yeah i know you know what what. I heard breaking news. He's just actually really loves his ma and he just breaking news breaking news. Donald trump is the new president and still not breaking news. John jones chases a burglar with a shotgun. Did you guys see that. You know what i heard. I heard from a very good source that The person that was newton around was his cocaine dealer and he was actually looking for his money i can. I can really vouch for that. And i need down a hot dog. Water here nanna. That's just trying to keep his name and everybody forgot about john jones. So he's a proper video here and there so owns did amount to send you that. The voice the league to you alex. And then you'll understand why subject the best ever best i next up claudia. Adel jabar's says again another. Say your first name. Yacht is a sheet undefeated rain or it's got one. Yon seon young. Get good value in top ranks so Do not need to fight but so hot are he's he's tough to pick against us top-flight so yes. I didn't one of the hottest female fighters out there. I'm just gonna keep saying that. Because i think she's so sexy watching a married a things happen back. Rally la costa. Oh yeah oh man about instagram. Malo actually go by the time right now. It's number five against nine says good matchmaking. But it's just one of those fights were autograph. Daily has gotta get through this to you know. Be in the ranks of being entitled contention so not going to be an easy fight but Your daily is definitely get train here in new mexico at trial. He was june. She still trains with them but It's hard to play against her. But this is definitely a real tough pfeiffer days through it. He's always going to be in top four a matter of the fringe contender no matter what but one of the best in division one of the best fighter fema fighters for sure so but the point that next leap defying capture that gold. Or are you going to be that fighter where you're just like the measuring stick. Newly else yet managed. She does win is that catapulted for probably two more wins in. She's going to get that title. Shot more title shots all right. Well i'm gonna pick cloudy on this one. I think everybody else would probably on that one too. Yeah cloudy too. she's hot. I mean deans. His official prediction is there. But i know he's with cloudy here that way we should. He wishes had italian guys. We have in heinisch versus brendan allen now brandon allen murder right here. This is a brennan. Alex moore show in destroy. Brendan mullin allen. Over or kevin holland was rudy. Fucking nasty like a real like bad ass. Fuck invite nude with kevin It's hard to pick against brennan allen man. Look at that guys. she's so hot. I'm putting up a picture claudia. One of my favorite pictures over dari. I'm interrupting look at that. I can't. I can't see it right now because i'll send it to. You is easter eggs on delay. All i see look at that. That's now murder emission murder second round. Pick listen to you. Alex yeah annella the one of the ripple sports guy so at jim's always low key dangerous minasian pong but they're good whenever you punk ever again. I'm going with ian heinisch on bits money. Oh shit okay. The featured bite roni versus kalita Guys really so. I'm just gonna this guy. Looks like the the wish. Version of jose although and khalid taha like he smelled league with them really that running by was supposed to fight a landover nadda years ago when i first met landau veneta tony after being. Lfa but I think it's properly placed on the card i mean. It's it's great matchmaking. I think this fight is is really going to be a banger but barcellos a fucking killer but taha s a great matchup man. It's kinda hard to pick either or but is going to be a tight fight. I think it'd be a on barcellos side but hasn't been stopped dazs toughest fuck. I don't think he's ever been finished. But i got a favorite ronnie buffalo's man that guy's low key been coming for many years. Is this one thirty five or forty five s thirty five five thirty then we while. I'm gonna go the ourselves on this one because i really don't know ties. Be honest right match me. Barcelona's brazilian so you know you can't go wrong picking brazilian or a or a russian. Yeah true by sellers to by calling with a guy who looks like he smelled something. Funky kalita tonight. I'm gonna call right now as fighter knight rider main andrea lonski. Here though cells app yoka. I'm i'm gonna pick andrea this win stuff colorado. I know but the dude. I mean look look andres been climbing turn when call man is knows is still completely fucking disfigured beyond knows skinned laying on the middle of his face and our buzzer yam. And this i think we call this fi. Like i don't know how many episodes back. But we called out that this is going to be a match. But tanner buzzer yet. Mandate this fight is probably gonna end under two and I'm gonna go a ten blazer because our loss keith. He's been cheney since two thousand nine. Seven yeah tanner. Are all the way bro. I got moser by. Ko second round got goodell as well know that rudy. Maxa main event boy santos versus glory to share. I'm going for seattle on this one man. I mean i don't care what anybody says. If his knee was not fucked up against john jones you will be included. Down come would long. It's more for stock number. One thought for sure. I think lover to share. Or maybe but i think for sure. I think the hoping samples and it comes out with a clean victory here as well. He should maximum against global because they probably see the gophers not the same as as he was before. And maybe they see that the this is an easy whimper cabbages to claim that Winchcombe ladder to be the number one contender. Our saw like on paper delivered to. Sarah should be looks like you're good fighter but when you see 'em really thought me like okay like he's four four wins in a row. But then i don't like yeah but the exact opposite when there's any should be right back and get the belt that he deserves. I think Despite is definitely been look at least three different times. So i'm happy to see that it's happening now but it's hard to pick against santos while recovered. Now he's took the time off and it's different out of the light heavyweight division going to be up in the air until out of you're actually i don't know the block which fight that's fucking awesome that chinese moving up but Dante does he gets shop for sure he's got to get through glover glover's fucking ball bull ma'am and i got santos wouldn't be surprised if to share a winds and Yeah your betting. That's money to share a dude. He he will win you some money if you went dow- godless to share this last ryder here. If he can't get past those. This is that season a position now but santos like you said rob could have been alive heavyweight champion of the world kinda robbed him but he all good. 'cause i think those are santa's going to become number one contender and i am after speaking a number one contender's laudi della not so hot. I did. I put up a picture. Like i don't know how many times while you guys are talking walmart. Mark agrees with you a hundred percent. He says you'll be so hell. Yeah guess marcus is with you on that one. guys So next week next. Thursday we have a returning guest albuquerque zone. Ten dirty bird means he's going to be on the show and then the following week we have derived and after that we have the undertaker we the other ticket. We're going off because it is thinks giving then the week after we're going to have Jimmy the brick flicks a today's more his fight We had actually After his way and he jumped on the show and we were able to interview him. So charlie does to these guys that are gonna come on. So it's gonna be a pretty fun show next week We get to talk to him again. Like i said cousy fighting again him would have joined us tonight but You know he hasn't been feeling good. He's in camp. He's ready to go but Come next thursday. We'll get the whole scoop on a matchmaking. As far as you know. Mike perry. That's fight i mean he's calling out demise i mean it means go in there mike period. It's a high profile fight Tim and everything that went into. You know immigration on short notice fight because tim usually likes to get national champion but cited to have him on had him on back in the summertime in july. It seemed like it was two weeks ago. Exactly regatta gus gray gas coming up on sitting ringside as we always do but Yeah next week going to be a fun. Tim's tim bird means fighting a high profile. Fight with the motherfucker. Mike perry so yeah. Get your questions on anybody. That's listening right now or here the next week or watching if you guys have in washington ten endless questions dealer me rudy or dated and We'll get those questions out there. Never be a little quick and And questions for ten other than that guy's awesome show. Thanks again rudy. You are the goat for making this show happen. Iki man fucking like last minute. Work had held you up arrow officially bandwidth for sixteen hours. And once i get off here go chill. 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1267: "Quarantine Bonking"

"There is no bat with this virus Adam Curry John's divorced Thursday. August thirteenth twenty twenty. Award winning keep on Nation Media Assassination episode twelve, hundred, Sixty, eight. This is no agenda. Headed down underhand broadcasting live from opportunities on thirty three in the Frontier Boston taxes capital of the domes star state. In the morning everybody I'm Adam Curry and for million Silicon Valley where we're all celebrating the nomination for vice president of Gamla Harris. In Finnish, it means horrible and disgusting up should and more research I'm John Devora. The Mon-. Yeah, you should have done a lot more research to make that opening shorter to fit in the music bed. Oh well. Well Don Weld. Hey Wait wait for question question. Have you been doing the work. No been doing the show. Okay. This clip that have been carrying around just because I thought it was interesting and this was from a guy I've never heard of this guy and he's discussing on one of the shows. How do you vet? The vice president. Now I would think that you vetted the vice president and you found haired, I, commit horrible and disgusting. In finish that is in Finnish what were you always do that kind of research so you at least have some something because you know trump's get eventually. Just bring it up and then started calling her horrible, Harris. My sound you that's the one we're looking for a nickname. Horrible. Phony Phony Kamala. Wait the yes and the. AD that came out talking about Phony Kamala in fact, have a copy of that Ad. Yeah. It was ready to seconds after after the. Redone done. Yeah. But I WANNA play this. This is a vetting a vice president and this this was from B. U., R. Public Radio in Boston. Former. Vice President Joe Biden says, he expects to reveal his running mate next week the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee made that announcement at a conference yesterday. The vetting process of potential vice presidential nominees is an invasive process. One person who's through at likened it to a colonoscopy among those believed to beyond Biden's list is us, Senator Elizabeth Warren as W Ours Callum borders reports now Warren and anyone else being considered already went through some very probing questions I. Am a graduate of the Gist School of broadcasting. You might like to forget your middle school years. But if you want to be vice president, you don't have the luxury what were. You like in junior high school who were your friends? What were your friends like that's retired admiral James. stavridis. Some of what he was asked for years ago when Hillary Clinton's campaign vetted him, when did you start dating? What kind of physical relationship stood you'd have and you know you get very personal very quickly at the time of his interrogation to reduce was Edina Tufts of former four-star naval officer and Supreme Allied Commander of NATO forces in Europe, and here he was getting grilled about Teenage Romance. There was more to obviously they wanted my taxes. They also wanted this interesting I think my complete medical records and my dental records. The ask for every article I'd ever publish transcripts of every school attended I remember looking at the stack of documents I was GonNa, send him and it was well over two feet and that's for just one possible running mate. How do they keep that all secret I mean if I if you WanNa these vetting consultants, what a treasure trove, your oppo research the next time around it seems like you're creating a dossier more. Yeah. Where's the information about Willie Brown and? Do you want to do all the stuff now is fine with me I just want people know I've I have a lot of corona stuff from Australia, etc. so just wanted to know hanging there i. see you. Down under well. I didn't plan on it even though I kind of initiated it and maybe I feel bad about that now but. We can get it out of the way I gotTa Call I've only got a couple of the items not gonNa go to long. Okay. Why don't you kick you I'm sure you have a an overview, an overview of something. Well. I do have an overview somewhere I. You caught me off guard, but let's do a couple of things first housekeeping for one thing. No, there's a whole video on how to pronounce her name Yes Sitcom Lo. camelot. Yeah not not but if I didn't when he gave his. Camera I saw it. He said no he said both he said couple of different ways I in fact in situation which I have a clip of he said it two ways within ten words. Okay I need to hear this. This is the kind of Kamla Lot. That's what I asked Cameron. Commonly be the last voice in the room. CAMELOT camelot yes. So There's two things about you gotta turn speakers just a little bit. I can't share can't get it up this two things that I'm glad you're doing this get out of the way. Okay. I really don't care I. It's hard for me. It's it's a tougher it's more of a mouthful say. Kamla, it's roles betting me say camera man I'm still coming back to your speakers as crazy. Not. Kamala. We got that so it but it's like, okay, fine. Every Tucker Carlson got renamed by that idiot Democrat consultant for saying it wrong. It's just it's margin stuff to me. So is the she's not eligible she's not a natural born citizen. Is Such prominent times where we've gone through that one. And I would think that's something that the Democrats themselves launched just like Hillary Clinton launched birtherism against Barack Obama I'm sure it's just distract everybody from what's really going on with her. She's a horrible person. What he sees a he's a cop well, not not a great cop. You know it's like. And then there's the whole. This has been shutdown just go look at a wikipedia. She is of course really Indian. American or Asian American If she wanted, she could say she's Caribbean American or West indies American I don't know what she wants to call. But on the Wiki pedia page, she identifies as black. So black people you got that you're done. It's you can't use it anymore. It's eighty dollars is been hijacked. So now when they say black and Brown people does that include dos? No. She's to me she's Brown if anything but okay she identifies as black. I think that's a problem not for me but I know who it's a problem for. For Voters Well, it's funny to listen to the comments on her. You had all any took cameras obviously to Oakland where she was born or raised and. All the and they went to the park during some big event and all the black women. There's no problem with them. They're happy as a clam that she's been. But this is what the Democrat Party has been going. Yeah. The black men they want no part of this the black black lives matter don't care about black men either their tool, their tool. Look how many black men DC in leadership positions in black lives matter. It's like there's like women's March. Let's play a couple of things. I don't have the rundown did I can find. but I do have a couple of little clips here and there that I wanted to get out of the way including some some very funny clips from c-span. Where somebody called in? To are we doing we're doing covert? Are we going through with camera? This camera. Oh, I thought we were okay. Doll you wanted jumped right to covert. People it's important for the rest of the world. Well, I'll tell you why because I these clips are funny. They should be held Oh. Yeah. Well, it's funny holded for after the Corona I, will say looking for the other stuff ag-. I got a lot of covert international updates. But let before we do that let's at least go to one quick Biden clip that came from that announcement. And this is the this one I'm just as kind of a almost an ask Adam, but it's not Try this clip Biden old saying. The government, the governor should thank me more as an old saying goes give me a break. Win has give me a break been an old saying, oh, it's been around since the eighties is not as saying, yes, it is saying is like a stitch in time saves. Well, he didn't say like going like this saying this. As the old saying goes get lost. It has the old saying goes I'm here he didn't finish that. He didn't finish the old saying he only gave you half of it. It's give me a break. Give me a break of that Kit Kat bar. We all know what he meant. Okay let's go to Kobe. Line, we did that the rest of alarms well, let let me I sh share some numbers from Florida. Florida all of a sudden was on the rise stuff was on the rise. What's going on Florida they can't keep their shit together. If you WanNa let me intro into that doing the covert update USA from democracy. Now, where she exaggerates the problem Florida and Georgia have reported their highest daily death toll since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the US recorded nearly thirteen hundred new deaths from covid nineteen, Tuesday Texas and California reported near record rates of infections in Wisconsin passed the one thousand death mark the Big Ten and Pac twelve college athletic conferences. Each voted to postpone their fall sports seasons including Football Games A. Multibillion dollar industry and major source of revenue to universities president trump lashed out against the link Fox sports radio in an interview. It'd be a tragic mistake to cancel football in the fall meanwhile in southwestern Georgia a second prisoner at the Stuart Detention Center of four profit immigration jail has died of covid nineteen, the seventy year old Costa Rica national whose name hasn't been released as the third asylum seeker to die ice custody in the last week alone my goodness. Hey, we're all dying here in Texas thanks for the update. Amy didn't realize that why is it that we can barely have anyone in the restaurant? But the buses okay. Deriding them. Out just tell me how that works. Okay. Tell me how that works. Well, you know I'll tell you what blesses our public transportation in a very important to the the working class people. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. For this important nobody needs to go to a restaurant add the people don't need jobs either. Let's talk about the Florida numbers. Yes. Record numbers surgery surging. Luckily, we have Fox thirty five on our side. Florida's. This is one of those where producer caught it on his phone, but it's worth it. Virus cases jumping back above eight thousand today. Many of those cases are from down in. Miami Dade County. News continuing to question the numbers and it turns out many of today's cases were actually from weeks ago Florida Department says a backlog of four thousand positive test results were received today from Aladdin. MIAMI, some of those positive tests awesome as far back as June twenty third. Okay. Thank you. So this is not the first time. Florida has done weird stuff with the numbers. So there's a surge if you dump all the numbers into the database on one day well. How you know this is happening everywhere. The UK has lowered their death rate, their death rate by fifty four hundred. you won't hear that a lot and won't be repeated over and over and over again. what you will hear is that net gators no good net gators you might as well just be just be tongue kissing somebody. So, they're so they're going to be outlawed even though the CDC has said, no such thing foul Chia said no such thing burke said, no such thing to what? What? What triggered this one test Done by. Who was? Universities at Duke University School of Medicine. Now, if you look at the the the actual studying I've been looking at a number of studies in preparation for this show they say, well, you know the one we had was least effective really depends on the material and we can't really say it one hundred percent sure and I don't know it's really I. Don't think it's published peer reviewed study but okay. Tina in California said Jack about these things it's coming Tina flew back from. Visiting a friend yesterday on. South West Airlines. And they made very made it very clear. No gators and also no masks with an exhale vent. So. New York. Back from where. Florida. New York or is the hot spot fine from one hot spot to another. She's bad ass. That way man. Honey Badger. Don't give a shit. New York though has they're starting the mask force. The Mask Force and they will have mask force announcements on all public transit every fifteen minutes, and they've given a little script for the conductors to read. Animist dog patch must be getting accurate data this why? Well he's mentioned before this is like you know like a Sharia state that we've created for ourselves nothing to do with Muslims just way best way. All were missing is guys industry throwing acid in women's faces. Don't give them any ideas. Crazy. So the conductors will have to say stuff like mass required on the subway. I look out for you. Please look at me. Riders local to that class. A mascow acquired on the subway I look out to look out for me where Mascot all-time plotting. To Texas guy for some reason that's pretty good. Math. Is Quite. Yes. Not Quite is distorted is the actual subways. Wants, to thank. Today, let me. Good they should take mine. Why? Why? Why should they let the? Oh here. Oh, here's the one. Conductor Coverings quieted. Need to cover will mount and. My coworkers are coming to train with three. Thirty on look under your care. That'd be that'd be cool. Did like. Over deal. Colliding. That'll be if you talk about a germ vector. Subway exactly, but don't open the restaurants new. Don't you dare open the restaurants In the US it's great. If you look at the CDC's website, they have a new updated graph. We're we're down we're at almost zero. And it's you know it's whatever smoothed over averaged day present but the graph is put it in the show notes. It's so good. It just makes his over but not in the rest of the world. We've got Everything cranking up although You know the UK were their numbers. This is what I was talking about the fifty four hundred deaths they had. Well. They had to take those off. because. It turns out that the flu in Monja has killed five times more people than corona virus and last month. So they're they're counting, you know flu influenza and the Mo-. Going through. The exact every ed seems like every country goes through the same thing. In fact So you know now McCain coming back we've all we've already had a we had a black lives matter rally in the UK But now, as part of the template, it just seems like we have lockdown down have all lots of lots of media just in your face telling you you're GONNA die models. Models that you know two million people, confusion, different charts, daily updates, and then all of a sudden protest black lives matter what police are killing black people. It seems to be going this way in the UK as well. Here's a Labour member of parliament Don Butler, but I think in a way it shows you the biased and the assumption that happens when you see black people in a car driving automatically same. We need to check that these people are here for the right reason they are not. Criminals. We need to change that we need to that thinking, and that's going to take a lot of effort and it needs to be done quick needs to be quite intense and that's why I think is important that. I work with the police but organizations that I've been working on this for many years trying to change the system that doesn't work an open replaces black people and criminalizes black and yet sometimes it's a difficult conversation sometimes, it uncomfortable conversation compensation that has to be had because really this kind of this continuing and in the of black lives matter what we're trying to do it dismantle the structural racism that takes place and person has said that the police the map police institutional racism Krista. Addict doesn't like that term, but that is not something that she should be saying what she should be saying. I lead an organization that is still institution braces off the two thousand eighteen years I meet to stop. That is mean to cut by institutional racism out of the met. Force of will do whatever it takes, and that's what she should say. I heard exactly the same that's going on here police pulling people over for no reason you're black. So you're suspicious institutional racism. All under black lives matter banner. This very different country. They don't have to say the least have four hundred years of history in this regard. They just didn't. They just don't have that that brand. But this is from only twenty years or thirty years or whatever it is. So I'm just seeing a template here and I'm trying to see if there is a pattern. With countries that you know, you get everything going, you get the lockdowns, you get strife, your filled, your heads filled with information. Then boom here's a problem. You know black lives people being killed by white people and politicians are in the mix and. I I hope not. But I think this is exactly what's going to happen in Australia possibly New Zealand. So you recall the producer who got really mad I played the Katie Hopkins Clipping we talked about that on the show after that. So he, of course, responded to me saying man and he took me I. Really Bob and I've known Bob for long he's been sending me stuff for years. And I can't forget that he's he's angry and he's you know forget New York attitude which I thought was funny. This all this, all this stuff being brought it and I'm like I went I went ten rounds with him ten round. He was worth it. It was worth it. and. So I finally was able to say, hey man look. That was all I was sent. That's all I had. I have not received any boots on the ground reports. Certainly not any clips that are usable and I really don't understand what's going on and you're bitching at me because I played the wrong clip so I think it dawned on him. and. So he was able to, and of course now he's flooding me with stuff but. it's really and I put all of his updates in in the show notes but I think we can kind of distill it down I a giving update. Just you get the urgency of the what's going on this is only it will pretty much in the Victoria, the state of Victoria. Shelburne region This is what they've been del used with First things first are fifteen, thousand, two, hundred, and fifty one confirmed aggregate cases of Chronic Voss in Victoria. That's three hundred thirty one new cases since yesterday is. said to have to report that they're at two hundred forty-six Victorian. So of Pasta why to this global pan that is in addition of nineteen nineteen further deaths the number increases by Yvonne it's assignments yesterday yesterday's. Reporting done in in quick Tom and sometimes there's just a night to reconcile. To, forty six as the accurate title was only going up by time, but there are in fact, nineteen additional Victorians of passed away. I can't. Provide. Too, much data. But what are can now guys through for you one female in their fifty s one mile in the seventy s six, five miles in the it's. Four, miles in their. Four famous in the ninety S. And three miles in the ninety S. okay. So that piece of information we here have been trained to listen to like well, what were the ages of these people and if you break down the numbers seventy, eight percent of the deaths in Victoria are people who are in what they call aged care nursing home. So, the official narrative and actually I, I should probably read the summary from Bob because I believe he has taken in the official of completely and may not see some of the things that are going on which is why I think it's an interesting case to see if we can find a pattern. which starts with the old. People. How is it possible that any country this point has not sought to themselves. We need to protect our old people. But they didn't do that. For some reason now now it's in the news. All of this has got to stop this. We should figure this out. But here is. His summary Virus was almost beaten here. It has been a new. Zealander was coming in from overseas traveler's initially the government asks these travelers to self isolate. It was quickly discovered. They weren't to the government forced them into hotel quarantine for two weeks at the government's expense. This was the magic answer. And I don't think he's saying that cynically everything was working. Perfectly. In every state and still does apart from Victoria Melbourne it's now cleared. The job was outsourced to companies lowest bid style guards were fraternizing with hotel patrons guards were lowering class. Were lower class trying to earn money but many were also uber drivers, etc. Other states had police and army enforcing in these hotels but not here melber lots of stories on why this happened from trying to appease debate hotel prisoners too low cost bidding for guards to inclusion policy to hire all ethnic types who knows the real reason. There's now inquiry into all of this and being cynical many. Think it it is avert. Overt calls for the resignation of Premier Gay Premier No one has taken the full blame yet. So what happened is it got loose and this has been immediately blamed on. On the people coming returning for the lockdown. Well, actually, let me play the aged clip here. For Second, the state government has been forced to step in and take control at three aged care homes which have growing covid outbreaks. Jody Lee is outside one of the facilities in Altona north and Jodi things were getting desperate. Desperate the government says some aged care facilities have been begging ambulances and hospitals to take their residents comes as many as struggling with. And to maintain staffing levels, it means the dozens of older and vulnerable victorians and now falling victim to neglect. So bad on you Victoria. What I didn't know is this incredible rivalry between the states. Though and so we have a Melbourne in Victoria New South Wales of course, we've got Western Australia. Did you know how intense this rivalry was? Well, I I've not to feel it. So No. Well I mean I was there in one thousand, nine, hundred ninety realizes thirty years ago and people still had guns and seemed to be ah, an outgoing kind of f you kind of cool people. The with a mix of American Dutch and British influences I've always enjoyed it very much but It seems like everyone's depressed and mad and Victoria being a big economic region and also a big football region as in soccer. But all the footballers they left because they got inside they got tipped off this just what people are talking about like tipped off. So they ran to a different state you cannot go you cannot pass the state boundary you can't go from Auburn to Sydney. You will get shot in the head. Dislike checkpoints and you cannot travel. You've maybe you've seen on the street people getting arrested rousted no mask boom throwing the girl on the stranded on the pavement. Taken him taking him in thousands of dollars of fines and and I think that they've gone completely. Insane from the messaging and end the belief that they would that they were. They had magic had figured it out. No because we had the top dog Maurice. The dog on I interviewed and we played some clips on the show and we talk specifically about Australia and new. Zealand, he said, well, if I'm right if this follows the influenza patterns and it has airborne. It will show up around flu season in Australia which is. And last year, just as a little, a little pointer in Victoria nine, hundred people died of influenza. And this little diddy as students head back to school parents and teachers are increasingly concerned about how corona virus could spread especially in buildings with inadequate ventilation John lednicky studies, viruses at the university. Of Florida, there was a lot of controversy about source on the virus to. Transmit A or not being transmitted through airborne routes analyzing air samples in a hospital room Lednicky team found infectious virus can spread through the air up to sixteen feet away from an infected patient through tiny droplets called aerosols. This is the smoking gun that everybody's been asking for Lindsey Mar. Studies. How viruses travel through the air we're talking about a virus that is present in very small droplets tiny ones that we call aerosols that can travel much farther through the air remain in the air for minutes two hours at a time. Exactly as predicted so I just want our producers down under to know that. I don't think anything could have stopped this. This is so So viral. Don't blame yourself, and and of course, it's completely political. I believe it's conservatives who run the state. So here's a Here's a piece from the local news and I. Think it's a liberal member of Of Mrs Parliament or I'm not sure exactly what their structures but a liberal. Political member of the state who will be talking about the premier stepping down over this So instead of hey, probably wasn't possible at all to shot all of this down and don't go so hard on yourself. This is the focus of the day you had all of those climbs yesterday, and now you've got new claims today that we just reported these. God's taking cash in hand while also climbing Job Cape at payments and also taking guests out to supermarkets and seven elevens and what have you what are you mega bowl of that? Well, this is A. Scandal of monumental proportions I. mean this is a complete. And Not one single minister in Daniel Andrews government here Toria has taken responsibility for this. Ask whether that be the policeman is to label the Health Minister Jenny McCarthy calls the job was Minister Mountain. or in date the premium Daniel Andrews I mean there are allegations that security God's with bonking is in quarantine. I mean this is extraordinarily Quarantine bunking everybody. Got To be a song Corentin bunking. Tow, it's completely political. There's warring with the state's at all sound. So incredibly familiar they thought that they had it. All don't worry about the old people how shortsighted is that? No. No it's a pattern I. think it's a pattern. This is not intended. To give you any truth of what's happening and no on that I see in the media there, and there's a lot that have been sent has there's really no mention of China, mentioned that it comes from China which of course is where we really should be focusing our attention and now the country that I sure had all the magic for sure had all done. Oh my goodness. New Zealand now has cases. In their close to understanding what happened and New Zealand officials are investigating the possibility that it's I cried case in more than three months reinfected by imported fright. The country is Gone Beck into lockdown following the discovery of four infected family members in Oakland. The people that we are implementing here in New Zealand was not implemented in. Victoria two weeks to used cases reappeared in the community is why we are responding strongly quickly again. For other people who had contact with the family are considered likely cases. remember the same thing. The dog said meat packing plans. It's all about the humidity. The stuff can hang around for hours on end in that kind of environment. So also. Sorry. Well, couple of things I wanNA straight now one is that Daniel Andrews is part of the Labor Party's not a conservative. Okay. Thank you. Also the I think the thing is really. By the fact that. We have like fifty plus percent of our deaths from old folks homes that that earlier clip you played day claimed seventy nine percent from old folks homes seventy eight. Seventy eight. Seventy eight predict that. was trump lie. So. It's not. A. Debt. It is just like I don't understand why people. Don't understand that basis I'm. Just. Protect foursomes I mean in. New York Day infected the old folks homes to the tune of ten thousand dead well done. That was a good one. So wh-. Just. Back to the pattern for a second. So you're to get all the YOU'RE GONNA, you'RE GONNA get the mass debate don't worry. You'll get it. This is not having one or not as to what is the right mask how you come back you re I mean, the whole economy will be these people have no guns now they can't do a we did we can't go out and say stand around here with my gun. At the Capitol and show people I'm unhappy and probably be left alone which they were. none of that recourse in new. Zealand is really it's it's already been just kind of dead. Time. For. All practical purposes you might be run by Brezhnev. I even checked in with Chris Wilson to if he was alive and be you know it's update. I think he's to level headed and he's in. He's I think he's more near Sydney. So he doesn't Care Victoria screw those guys don't care. The state rivalry it's not. Now. On the therapeutic vaccine and such front. Some interesting the leave, the country rundown I WANNA get these cove eclipse. Oh Good So, let's go to the this from democracy now, except for the one from France twenty four, but this is democracy. Now, this is the world report. India reported more than sixty thousand corona virus cases eight hundred, thirty, four deaths. Wednesday, nearly breaking a record set earlier this week bringing India's official death toll to more than forty six, thousand. Latin America remains the epicenter of the pandemic with just eight percent of the world's population and thirty percent of global deaths from covid nineteen in Bolivia morgues in the city of La Paz are filled to capacity is bodies of seen victims have been left uncollected in an open air spot. A. Police officer cited residents fear of contracting the virus what is the? What is the death ratio for India? They've one point one. Point, two billion people and they really tightly packed. But you know there's a lot of hydroxy chloroquine use their outside a lot. So. She's she takes it to the to the extreme to just his part of the anti number four number porn number porn. Well, let's listen to what how France twenty four handles talking about the some of the European action. We'll staying with Europe the corona virus appears be circulating at a faster rate here in France with health officials thing the indicators used for tracking the virus have clearly worse. Wait a minute faster. What are they saying that? Again, we'll stay with Europe Corona virus appears to be circulating at a faster rate here in France is this like the national pastime? Just say we suck the most? Oh No, we're number one. Health officials thing the second records trucking, the virus have clearly worsened in recent days. On Wednesday, the latest government figures showed that over two thousand, five, hundred new covid, nineteen cases where confirmed in the previous twenty, four hours the sharpest increase since May and of these six hundred thousand tests carried out across the past week eleven thousand, six, hundred came back positive. We can listen now to what? France's health minister has been saying. We can be assured that we're doing a lot of tests six, hundred, thousand tests per week. We've now gone beyond six, hundred, thousand dollars to we have also made masks available. Many explanations have been given in order to help fringe people understand the academic. Everything we do today so that we don't have to go back into lockdown scores will open at the beginning of exam as planned with a safe sanitary protocol in place from businesses are running on public transport has been running for several months with compulsory mask-wearing. Staying with the coronavirus over France's northeastern border the wearing of a face mask has now become compulsory in all public spaces in the Belgian capital over the last seven days. A daily of fifty cases per one hundred, thousand residents has been recorded in. Brussels pushing it higher up Europe's leaderboard of hardest hit cities up until now, the wearing of masks had only been obligatory in crowded public spaces and enclosed areas like shopping centers. I think. Sorry notice the word leaderboard. We love being on the leaderboard. I can. I can predict what's going to happen. We need. We need a shocker in the US. We're getting little little cocky on everything on the masks on the masks. We need a a celebrity today. Celebrity needs old celebrity if it's GonNa Happen. It should be someone who was spotted without a mask. Or whose husband or wife didn't trump supporter James Woods who james. Think you'd have to find somewhere killing him. I already here he stays away from boats. SMART and. Stay away from small planes I'd say the Shaya Leboeuf me might be one someone's gotta go I mean they hammer hammered hall would be wanted to take out of no no, no, no no no no it would. You know that's not gonNA work. That's not going to work. I don't know. Dad I've I've been waiting for a celebrity to drop dead from the corona is such a virulent problem in Hollywood filled with. People that like crowds people won't miss. Miss. This is not happening I'm not saying it. I don't want to be condemned because I'm. On a death watch for celebrities. Think how many celebrities there really are. And I mean, there's a percentage you gotta have at least someone's gotTa Tommy Think Real Ten, thousand, twenty thousand real celebrities. Brand, name. Celebrities. Hold on. People are suggesting we have suggestions, Michael Moore Phil Collins that would be a shocker that'll be A. Kind of lovely. You want Phil Collins it anyway. Michael. Moore's funnier. There's no newscasters are out in about constantly all the media by the way mostly exempt from many of these rules and they can go floating around now and they're floating around a lot of them in there some staying at home and Muslim float around. Nuts i. don't see it. I'm waiting I. Mean I know there are people that have died at tend to be in an old folks home. And you know. Well. Our School's got a lot of notes from from teachers about schools and homeschooling say. Really the we speak from a very. High Point at hot point of high privilege. here's one of our teachers. You're talking Sunday show about how many school districts we're going to or talking about going to online learning of this online learning in general not just homeschooling but home schooling through a through zoom there two groups who this does not work for the first is the poor who can't afford or don't have broadband or even dial up is true. As for the second thirty plus years ago when I lived in Silicon Valley this particular producer says I had a girlfriend who taught kids with learning disabilities. This include having been a principal at one that only taught kids with problems like severe dyslexia using unique system developed by women Seattle. One Point we set up an office at our home so she could do one on one consulting work with them, but there's one thing that was clear that kids with dyslexia and there are other others who have far worse. Problems require in-person hands on one on one teaching to get any benefit from school at all. Many were behind their peers before the pandemics imagine where they are. Now that schools are closed standard online teaching for them just doesn't work and I said before I retired, I spent eight years working in the Training Department of a company that made slot machines and software for running casinos, created hundreds of online learning courses and videos for employees in customers as useful as they were the need for in person training kept our classrooms filled if adults without learning disabilities don't find online courses sufficient for the needs. What does that say about kids without learning issues? And these days as you know, most kids have a learning disability. There's also the point that these kids aren't being served with the instructor they already had. A very poor. Are that enthusiastic about school and they learn in the classroom many of them don't even go to the classroom and then there situations like this tomato find it. Funny. The poor is where you have to parents have to work and the older child has to stay home and Babysit the younger children because they can't afford That's a lot of that. There's a lot of that. Is a lot of models for poor. Here's an interesting story re this is the W. t. f. story of the week. Okay. From democracy. Now, how Michigan judge has closed the case against a fifteen year old African American student who had been sent to a juvenile jail and may after she failed to finish her schoolwork online, the girl who's known simply as grace was released from custody in July and it's now been removed from probation now this. I mean this stories couple weeks old and there was a domestic. Dispute Situation. She the cops had been there many many times she'd been removed from the home before she and her mother came to blows and that's how amy presents it. Do. We know it's the same story. That is that is the exact story. Not that it's all just can't believe that ran yesterday and they're still they still haven't. They won't report what actually happened is just another orange. Saying they won't report what happened. What I. Want to get to vaccines but I this was surprising. This is a healthcare professional doctor cheese triple boards An hands on physician in Florida and she was asked what I have to say mine qualify as a great question. Because I have not heard it asked. What exactly does the CDC recommend when someone shows up at your office and they have cove it. Have you heard anyone ask her answer that question? But how would you know that so much has co Vid when they show up at your office, well when they've been tested. Do you know what are you telling me? What kids somebody is fantastic shown to be positive in this show up at work. Now. They show up. No, they show up at your doctor's office and say, okay, been tested positive and I. Have I have my symptoms okay. So what CDC recommends? Recommend you throw them into the street. What is Folks home. No. Idea close recommendation by the at the A. To doctors what is it? You were being told if you're patient. Tests positive. Here is what we're recommending you do. Let's say literally nothing I know of. Stay. Home in isolation for two weeks and then potentially either retested again or even that is money and I think one of the biggest points throughout this is people have becomes so fear based because of the the fearmongering mainstream media that most people are living in their amid allows US resilient and. Part of our brain and when you do that critical thinking is out the window. So people are not they've lost critical thinking they're reacting with this immediate response from programming. So for me, it's look at medicine it is not black and white. It is Connie. Practice of medicine because we look at all kinds of things to come up with a program she went into how she'll study should go buy some books. It looks as some stuff online depending on what ailment comes along that it's not just like Oh. You're here with that boom, you get this in fact, there's no recommendation from CDC or FDA go home and self quarantine. Isn't that exactly when you should be taking something maybe some. Zinc and something else quercetin. I don't care what you do what it is I find that bizarre. Yeah you'd think well, some people did I mean they will repeat this. I repeated it before the first clip we played about covid back in February may or March. Was One of the Hollywood stars that Jin. Was In this. The doctor immediately gave that treatment and he walked you know Spanish two weeks hunkering down he was fine. I wish I remembered that guy's name was. He was. Hawaii five o I know but I just can't. Uh. Can't seem to find it. Okay. So now we're onto. There's nothing shut up. You don't get anything till you're in the hospital, which is where all the hydroxy core Quinn's INC combos studies are from. The hospital when it's too late too late to be using that but there's no recommendation. and I guess disappears also you got to be in the hospital I. Russia is now claiming they are done and shipping their vaccine. And they were shipping it. Well, you'd think from the way everyone is saying it's GonNa? Suck. It's no good questionable. We don't have enough information. We don't know what's going on within. Yeah because it doesn't say Madonna or any other US company that's been. Pump and dump, and if you think it's over no no. It's on in fact, this interview with Bill Gates. The Mr Vaccine who set up the Gavitt, that is the that get to the gates. Something Vaccine Alliance. But it's the vaccine companies, other commercial businesses government and to some degree government and the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. And It's really this interview which is on Christiane Amanpour except she had some some guy from CBS or CNN interview, Gates. He's said it wasn't a Isaacson that was interviewing him can't remember maybe it was. Yeah, he was at home and he had a jeff that made his head looked like a like a giant egg. It looks. Medieval, Castle. Excuse me. So the question came up. About leadership and I, think you mentioned this done just the last show bill. Gates he's like we need more leadership on the on the vaccines. Leadership from the US or just not good. Then what does that mean? Exactly you just said if we can get the US, the show global leadership, we've been retrenching from that from a few years. Now, what do we need to do to show global leadership? What's reasonable straightforward if we would put up four billion to the special coronavirus on the back seen organization Garvey's created. Okay. So the first thing out of his mind US leadership would mean. More. Money into the group that I'm a part of an started four billion dollars the vaccine organization Garvey's created than we could raise the rest of the money from others. Likewise, if we use global sounds like he's got the financing, but he's but someone said Hey We'll match it. If the US kicks in otherwise we're not on board and then we could raise the money from. This listen to this he is schilling for does. Than we could raise the rest of the money from others likewise if we use Global Fund. which would then take on covert or support disease that it would. A second. If this is also important, he's had more than. Fifty sixty billion dollars in the bank. Was it. He just cough it up while he says, Global Fund. It's only twenty more seconds he says Global Fund that's him. Would kick in something, but it's not just a kick in something. Which would then take on cove four disease that it would provide therapeutics for. Also, you know four billion. billion. Their four, billion there. So he says I think he's saying he'll kick in four billion if the US government kicks in fourbillion. Get what? Say that. Now let's listen to the whole believe he's does what he's saying. That's exactly what he's saying. Why isn't he say we'll. I'll kick it in. Says that in Bill Gates Language Listen again on the vaccine organization Garvey's created than we could raise the rest of the money from others like white SOCLEAN's Global Fund. which would then take on covert a fourth disease that it would provide therapeutics or. Also for billionaire. So he saying they would put in four billion, but he needs four billion minimum from the US government and I guess it's a twelve billion. He'll need an extra four from someone else he's trying he's trying to raise the cash you know compared to the trillions of economic damage or supplemental thing you know getting the international response. Showing. Our strong role to get that going you know. Eight billionaires. Incredible bargain. And he coughed to. To one of his tells. US before he says an incredible bargain. So why do you think I mean eight your I agree with what you're saying that. Well, let's just dropped that it's not important. Let's go back to the basis of this whole back and forth, which is global global. Yes. Yes and Isaac since all in on NAT and cases all in on this this whole thing has been promotion of globalism from the get-go. If right from the get go revenue beginning, we needed more global global leadership in. It's like we're dropping the ball 'cause we should be the big global leaders. Well. Here, and here's the fun thing Stephen Mosier, who is AH scientists in his own right But he has taken upon himself. Think we we might have. Played a short, almost unintelligible clip of Talian re doctor scientist who wrote a whole book on exactly how the corona virus came to be, but it's only in Italian. It hasn't been translated and you can barely understand what the guy saying it was. It was a couple of shows back to Stephen Mosier is a is assigned and he's been writing a lot about about the virus and about China, and you know it seems in fact, I sent this article to you that he wrote. That's what it is. I sent this article to you about the origins of the coronavirus before I play that clip curious talking about. The fact that we actually can't create a vaccine that's going to work and why why. Why China has refused to provide the complete genome of the China virus to the world. Health Organization to the United States or anywhere else if the Chinese provided. The Matrix virus that is the original virus the source via that they created it would have meant admitting that SARS Kobe to the China virus was created in the laboratory. In fact, he went on to say the incomplete genome made available by China lacks some answers of AIDS amino acids, which itself is a smoking gun. So if you look at The incomplete genome of the China virus that has been provided by China. You can see that there are pieces missing that constituted a smoking gun. Now, the key question, of course, for those of us who are living through pandemic concerns development of a vaccine professor tree toe on this point is not optimistic. He says given the many mutations of the China virus. It's unlikely a single vaccine that blocks the virus will be found quote at the moment eleven different strains have been identified the China virus, the H. Declined develop in Europe. The be one genetic line which took root in North America far more contagious than the original strain originating in will. I therefore believe Dr Trio says at most a vaccine can be found effective on four or five strange and able to cover seventy seventy, five percent of the world's population. So I guess, we never got the original genome. That's news to me. I knew that as a surprise me, it was a talking point for a while on just kind of went away and so the way I understand is you can. Make a vaccine if you understand the genome since he's R. M. RNA's or or maybe they use the genome just to. To. Recreate the virus. fucking now, I, don't know. But we don't know neither one of US know. But this doctor seems to know that if you don't have the original genome, you're never going to get it back seeing that works for. His real argument is you can never going to get a vaccine because this thing is not Bennett stable, right? And you might, and that's why we've never had a vaccine against the common cold and that's why there was never a vaccine against SARS COV one. Remember that thing when it came flying through town. The SARS epidemic and that was you know, could have been a lockdown during that but we didn't do that we stopped testing. Right. Now we stopped testing on h. one that was aged. We'd never worked. Now and father. So this and there was never a vaccine for that if you can't do a vaccine for SARS covert one high GonNa do the other one. Lab. Designs. There's different reasons for we've talked about it before people talked about it nobody wants to discuss it is a Chimera okay. Stop. Stephen Mosier wants to discuss it specifically. China. Myra definitely was not a freak of nature that happened cross the species barrier for back to Matt. It was genetically engineered and the Wuhan Institute of Virology Before Lab, the high containment lab, the lab's in a program supervised by the Chinese military and he calls it a camera. It's an organization created in a lab. The Wuhan Lab was actually built. By. The French the French came and set up this this people are lab at the Will Hennessy to virology. We advised against it. Because we said this highly sensitive dangerous technology. We might not WANNA. Be Handing it over to the Chinese French being the French went ahead and did it anyway. The ribbon cutting ceremony was in February twenty seventeen after which the French were shown the door and no friends scientists were ever allowed back in the lab. But the French are born Paul. The prints are also involved because the head of the people are lab Dr Sure Lee who we talked about before right Blaine not there sure the pastor institute in France, and that's where she learned about. How do? Insert A- pieces of the virus into other viruses not to make them more pathogenicity to make them more pathogenic to make them more dangerous. Show the pressure involved. It's kind of interesting how the French are not even brought up at all in this in this story this is news to me the only thing French that cameras that French Nobel, prize winning doctor who's looked at the genetic sequence and immediately saw what it wasn't and everyone called him a crackpot oh. Yeah. Well. Maybe this will help us understand in part two of this as the US is, of course, also complicit and the Americans are involved as well. Professor Barry at the University of North. Carolina was on the receiving end of major grants from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. This of course is Dr Anthony Fauci shop. He's a big proponent of gain of function research asked Ben since at least two thousand eleven when he published an article in The Washington Post advocating for it and. This was stopped at Professor Barry they believe the research to China. So. So Professor Barry can some American biologists have been involved in the lab in past years, but this is what happened as soon as this research as soon as the virus begin to show a dangerous properties. That virus was more infectious survivor. Some was more dangerous immediately the People's liberation. Army bioweapons people got involved and I can tell you as a China expert exactly why that happened. It happened because everything in China is dual use technology everything in China follows the rule out let the civilian support the military. So as soon as this million back seen project that the we'll Hennessy to biology show promise. the military and said, Oh this has military potential and then who did you have come on the scene you have people like general. John. Way, the head of the allies bioweapons program you had other people who were involved in in the PMS bioweapons program going into the lab and working with Dr Sure, who basically lost control of grown project. So if you take those all those pieces together. The strain that we got in whether it was a mutation. And I guess it was was actually much more contagious than what took place who on itself? We really got screwed in this deal. Yeah I would say it looks like an active war if you if you're going to take all these factors into account as one of the reasons, nobody wants to talk about it being a created product. Because we don't really want to deal with the aspects of well, it was an accident. Did they do it on purpose? Why are they doing it at all kind of research or the APP to? Try and drive mentioned the one little little aspects I vid writing an essay on this myself pretty much with the same information, which is that you know they keep saying it's a bad or is this nobody can find an animal with this virus naturally occurring within the animals? There's no bat with this virus. So what you're going to write an essay about this being a created Primera created in a lab, possibly a biological weapon by China I'm not going with the biological weapon. I'm going with the thesis that it was an accident. Okay. That's good because then you only get canceled halfway. Nice knowing divorce back go ahead published a piece everyone can point Abby Andrea, cosmic Weenie. I know be but people are going to point to it and tweet it and. You know what they're going to say about it on the show pretty much. The has been discussing entirety on this show I know, why man? Why would you write that down? Why would you leave a permanent record so easy to violently distribute. Addison's people need to realize this were being buffalo with. The usual stories well, maybe I can help get people interested here is no bat with this virus maybe I can get to the younger people interested in your work. Since. They are now also on deck. took. Lose. Your Crusader is here to save the day. Yes. We have urgent headlines Everyone emailing me. WE'VE GOT USA Today big bold black letters. We've got news reports. It's not uncommon for Wake County Teens vape or have friends who've eight I have a couple of friends that do use it and especially classmates and those around me. You know they constantly according to a new study from Stanford. University. Teens and young adults who are five to seven times more likely to get cove nineteen. The fact that a lot of teenagers how beliefs that you know we're not going to be affected by Kobe because we're really young. I think dot studied completely changed things around and it showed I said no, we can all face cope it doctors say the reason those who could be more prone to and nineteen is because I'm share their devices with others and e cigarette use can cause lung damage. Okay. That was just a mild headline man. They took it to another level weight on bear with me. You'll ask questions after you hear this report representative Roger Christophe is renewing his call for a ban on e cigarettes at least for the duration of the pandemic, and that comes in response to a new Stanford University study showing young people who smoke or use e cigarettes are five to seven times more likely to contract cove nineteen. Morrissey wants the FDA to require e cigarettes be removed totally from shelves Ono you're going to die of the covert kids. We've got a study to prove it. do you think anyone sent me even a link to the study? No Did. You ever question. Did you find this? Of course I found this study and I really have a question. He if you remember back again, we're going to jump back to March. February. March when it first Cova stuff started being they always find it was an interesting anomaly. Have you got remember this? We had clips. It was an anomaly that smokers are less likely to get coverted. Remember that yes, of course, I remember that it was how did that change? All of us? There was also a study that pro glycol, which is the main ingredient of vaping. Their profile glycol I think that's what is. That the US in theater missed. Actual. Medical study that showed it kills corona virus on contact. So if you're vaping and you get some corona virus in your nasal passages, you might actually kill it but and no one ever talked about that. No one ever did the study so. I went to look at the study. Oh, my goodness all my gos-. It's from Dan for it's from Stanford. Well, no. It's not from Stanford. Stanford was reporting on it the actual study. Is from the Journal of. Health. Journal of Adolescent Health. Association between Youth Smoking Electronic Cigarette Use and Corona Virus Disease Twenty, nine tune. Results. Cove nineteen diagnosis five times more likely for people who exclusively use e cigarettes will wait. Wait wait. This is twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred. John I know th no, not covid nineteen. Oh, I'm sorry not from May May. People who are dual users? Which means you smoke cigarettes. And and you use E sic and use a vape. As a dual user, you're more like six point eight percent times more likely to get covid. And if you smoke well, actually eight times. More likely to get Cova. So forget that we heard that wasn't true in the beginning who knows that may have changed. What no one mentioned is. Oh, by the way, you're eight times more likely to get covid. If you smoke cigarettes. No one mentioned that why? Why the State Illinois the State of Illinois is part of the Big Master Services Agreement they need people smoking in order because every cancer patient they get is tallied against this huge payout they're getting from the tobacco companies we've been through this several times. You can look at the Masters Master States, agreement and to offset Offset people smoking less they came up with all these financial instruments. which were kind of based on. Well, we're going to get these payouts for all these people over time and people started to smoke less and less tobacco some moving to vape. So they have to kill off the vape entirely and introduced the ICU Waas Iq O. I quit ordinary smoking which just fifteen days ago got the FDA nod to be marketed as an M.. P which is. A modified risk tobacco product. But what is the study? What actually did they do? Well, it was a online web survey that would take approximately twenty minutes and four thousand people signed up and that's how they came up with this scientific evidence. It's just an online self selecting survey. Yes. Sir that's useless. But did you hear how it was reported? All we got gotta Ban it. We got a ban it well. Yeah. We obviously knew how. This. Away it's going to be reported but who is behind it? That's the other thing. Well. I I won't go company sponsored this self selecting online survey that became published in journals when there's only really one that matters anymore, which is You know the formerly known as Philip Morris they're the ones that wrote off their jewel. Their jewel purchase. There was there was a disclaimer in here. That some funding can you see? was from some institute and I presume that funding sources, the research report in this article was supported by the Taube TA UB Taub Research. Faculty. Scholar. Endowment to Bonnie Halpern. Bonnie Helper, and fell Scher. Additional grant support. From the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute and the Food and Drug Administration Center for tobacco. Products. How. Could the put their stamp on something like this and how much did they have? These people for Away Line Survey Web Service up first survey monkey and do it yourself exactly. I don't know maybe someone can help with the With the Tau. That actually Oh. Okay. This stanford deal. Okay. So it's it's funding came through some endowment at Stanford and they farmed it out to the Journal of online health people who did it online survey? Unbelievable. So. I would say this is a scam and just pay attention. This is your. You can use. This says what we call that. It's the Gilman Amnesia effect and people understand vaping heard about this you've listened to the show you can see these headlines, people won't read them. They'll just you catch Kovic five times quicker man and the goal of them to say between five and seven times because mixed. Say. If you also smoke cigarettes, you have a higher percentage that you could catch another. They just say five to seven. It's obviously a PR ploy. But that's the way it's done. We've talked about this many time that we should do something like this if you don't listen to. This release and say people who listen to long format podcasts live longer excuse me people. That's actually not bad people who listen to three hours of podcast. Now, we got with the right messaging. We can do format. That's you know two hours plus I would prefer just be people who listen to no agenda just don't that's you can't ever do that. Don't die that used to fly back in the day but no longer. Okay. I just wanted to say I think that's fair. People listen to no agenda live longer. Proof. Probably do. It was just. That one really. I thought that was so interesting and and I'm sure that USA Today took money for it. and. It looks like one of these local like I've seen on local stations. So I have a feeling, it's probably a video press release. It went out and I think it's a local by I mean I. Don't think it's video. They're reading the story. Okay. Well, then the suggest a press release, it's maybe a native Ed. Kind of Maybe I mean, that's a long shot as far as I'm concerned, Hey, we're gonNA advertise our new device on all of your affiliate stations are we liked exit on native advertising? That is just that's just A. Kind of A. Just, a plain convincing liguori spend a lot of money, but that's the same native advertising. Okay, it's pre native ad. It's A. Free advertising you don't even do a whatever it is is not native ads for this bullcrap comes out you sure can. I just tell you the reason why? The reason why the number one reason why according to this study why there's that huge increase of possibility of contracting cove it. Why? When you hear that, what do you think oh? Wow it's about the smoking it's about the inhaling. Right. They said it because passing the thing around and you catch somebody else spit the number one. Is because people who vape touch their face more. That's the conclusion of the study. Really. Yes. The conclusion it's not about what you're inhaling led the says. That inhaling vapor tobacco is not good for your health anyway but the problem is people are touching their face. And that's what this headline is about. Instead of kids if you're vaping, you shouldn't vape. But don't touch your face. But now now we're not going to help any citizens out with any news they can use. Let's scare them. Yep. That's our news media. What are you GonNa do what are you gonNA do they suck Okay that's good. Open Clip. 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Portland at the moment, helping my parents get the family house ready to sell not covid related I noticed that ninety percent of the people walking around outside or not wearing masks damage to San Francisco where I'm living. Now before I came up to Portland, I was yelled at by a lady across the street who said, hey, where a mass save a life. I threw up in my hands and yelled back we're outside you idiot and pointed to my brain my parents live in a quiet part of town. So nothing crazy to report so far can get a little queen vocal fry. That's I. think that's a New York Times lady remember name for some unknown reason you guys are the best gunner. What's her name again? Was Her name. So I know I know how to find her we there's there's one. The original is. What is this? That what I'm looking for. You know obviously I, re- I read The New York Times like all day long. Mainly on my IPAD. There what? What else did he want? Just will not. Sorry. What else did he was He just wanted to know. Not Away already knows I'll just give them some Karma to do it. You've got Karma. Extra extra extra read all sir, Dave Duke of America's heartland and the Arabian peninsula. Good Day gentlemen please please accept my latest contribution to the cause. He sends us three hundred, thirty three dollars. Thank you very much. Still I believe in He's locked up still in Saudi Arabia. Here's some info requested on the last show if it's not yet been explained. G. To is someone said they to hang out with the keeper an I and get the G. Two on Austin and many people just goes to show many many people said Dude that made US military intelligence gto you should not. Interesting how many people said that to me John. I imagine the producer emigrating to Austin emigrating would like you to prepare him something called an. Is An intelligence preparation of the battlefield. which will cover the weather enemy situation go slow go and no go zones et Cetera so Adam you'd best get on that done. This year was limited to just ten thousand as opposed to the normal two and a half million. Yes. This is where we were we were questioning. If On a missing dog patch had been tonight. tokens had to arrive early enough to do health checks and endure a two week quarantine dedication. Wants, the pilgrims started they were color coded using umbrellas, backpacks, and such and maintained masking social distancing frequent temperature checks throughout the entire process. Saudi Arabia doesn't credible job executing this annual event, which is an epic logistical undertaking adjusting for such a small number must have been quite refreshing I spent the Haji. Eat Holiday. How to approach hodge? Eat it eat. Isn't it? Yeah. I. Guess Another celebration. Doing some boots on the ground photography around the northwest part of the kingdom and accepting rides from random strangers like mom told me to- I saw more of the stunning country eight some delicious goat, probably a white one and best of all finally got to experience the Frenetic Majesty of our local. Camel. Race. This was a bucket list item and atop to your travel experience, Ebrahim? One of the random strangers even named his two year olds racing camel after me at least for that one race candidate came in six play in place. In case anyone is wondering finally jobs Karma, seems to worked as we've been given verbal confirmation that we've been unfired day. And remaining employed until the end of the year just in case our please hit me again as I am unwilling to take any chances until I see something official in writing, and that is from Sir Dave Duke of America's. In the Arabian Peninsula and I have an additional note that he sent. They request for his daughter Daime Sabella Special Karma for her as she is switching schools this year, and we'd love to get started off with some new school Karma that of course requires a gold. You've got. Pharma on a personal own. He he's a photographer. and He. He's been posting stuff on twitter including the camel. Race. He made this beautiful shot somewhere in where he was in these travels, hitching rides from strangers and and the keeper fell in love with it to said I WANNA buy it. He sent it to our just sent it to her. Beautiful print ready for framing. This guy is so and he hasn't seen his own family for what six years now I think. Pretty much. He's been locked in a while he's been locked up man that is so wrong. So wrong well, Karma from all of us and we look forward to seeing you guys in Austin again when you get out. Next is Michael Harrington from Grand Canyon Arizona three, thirty three. first and foremost has been months since I last donated. So I, humbly request a good D- douching gotTA. Spend deed douched. The, shows have been highly entertaining and insightful and I thoroughly enjoy listening to them as I hike around the Grand Teton National Park. receiving dirty looks from fellow hikers wearing masks I refuse to participate in the sheep charade. You're outside hiking. I recently finished reading the The SCIFI novel Doomsday Book published in. Nineteen. Ninety two about a time traveler and a global pandemic incidentally pace three, thirty six and in a forward-looking nod to Banyan defrays extreme unction appears. Unction yeah now. The book to the No Agenda Audiences of Doomsday? I. Don't know who wrote it please keep up the great work and know that the grizzly bears are forcing. Or forced to listen to you guys as I play the download from my phone on speakers to alert the bears of my presence on the trail instead of me constantly yelling, Hey, bear like some backcountry durack. Thank you for your current. You know if you can get a little methyl Mercaptan. With the I think it'd be. Methyl Mercaptan what's this? There's two elements of skunk sent. It's metal captain and Dyke Kroto Sulfide. and. Met The met them were captain gives an odor that was probably the Baruch Price Mel a mile away and they stay they stay away. Is this something you can also use on Antifa. Well having that in a sprayer would do the trick, but you're gonNA. Get some on you and that's really a problem in this stuff leech through glass really smelly Homa anyway humbly, request jobs come for all jobs, jobs, jobs and job. That's the job. For. Sherman and Columbus Ohio three, thirty three. My name is Corey Sherman and I donated three thirty, three. Dot Thirty three and it doesn't show that is that such but okay first time donor longtime bonus for I do require a D. douching. Spend deduce. 2016, by one of my best friends, seth put the call him out as a douchebag. As, he is not donated any while covert has been a real sob for me and my fellow Barbara's addresses. So a jobs Karma's for appreciated. Can I please get a this will kill you to the head and a look at that juice. Another story to be told, thank you guys for keeping my mic. No small during these unprecedented times. I tried to hit everyone in the mouth that is willing to listen and I'll never stop risk. Kill you. Gosh, can you assume that Jews? Jobs jobs, jobs jobs. You could take one. This is from STOSKOPF. Gumbo. Three to one thirty three. Very nice look. Here's the deal my buddies now on the way. Excuse me to my Bachelor Party and I thought what better time to hurt my privilege over the group that may becoming a night clearly I'm doing the work. Yes. We love that speaking of doing the work please call out my buddies die gotta do it Marcelo. Boris Dan. Vlad. Marcello hit me in the mouth over a year and a half ago and I haven't missed a show since wish I could have learned about no agenda prior since I've been a skeptic of the m five m since I can remember an avid hater of the m five m since decided dogs on cars and binders full of women were the biggest gripes for a presidential. Candidate. Yes. binders full of women over how far we've come or not now more than ever I, seemingly, you can't get away from the m five am talking points as they permeate into every nook and cranny of our culture individualism and open discussion have taken a back seat to activism. While descent is now radicalism and silence is, of course violence. The Cultural Pendulum has swung one hundred eighty degrees from the McCarthyism of. The nineteen fifties and no stoppage to the hammering of the noodle gun is in sight for fear of losing the movements momentum the result the rest of US simply trying to humbly make content life for ourselves had become despondent feeling is just not worth the potential ruckus to speak our minds and that is where you on the no agenda show have swooped in to ease the melancholy providing twice-weekly respect from the obtuse and unreasonable. So thank you. I realized. This is turning into worn piece. So briefly I emailed you both earlier this pandemic about choosing a Mike for more regular virtual court appearances. As I'd hoped you fought over what the best choice was. The advice helped. I went with John's recommendation. He did this not a single thread? He asked me separately. What did you recommend? I don't know. No I probably recommended to PR forty for him and that's what's interesting because I remember this note and he said We're looking at a PR forty-eight said, yeah that seems to be the right one. Maybe it's a different note. No, maybe I said something different I don't know I can't. Maybe. I said that's I. Remember anyways. I've tried hitting my sizzling sweet fiance. Juliana. In the mouth but divorce, let's call it at times in since. The borders on triggering her. Notwithstanding Notwithstanding she still asks what the no agenda guys have to say on the topic she's a keeper. Birthdays today August thirteenth if you would please added to the list yes, she's added for the roundtable Manhattan's marijuana. Got That one added and thank you for your gratefully students be or Gombar of the northeast legal aisles and we look forward. To seeing you at the round table. Thank you very much. Thank you for your support and. Go easy on her. Insensitivity yes. Yes. Yes. Well, I mean it's possible. I mean. When you get to a certain age, you're you just don't put up and you're and you're allowed to I think it's when you say that woman I think that's the problem that woman that's the trigger that one thing I don't remember ever saying that woman. Okay What was in reference to that woman? Okay we'll guess probably some horrible woman. Horrible you got. Keith Larson. Would Be Komo. Keith Larson Long Lake Minnesota. Nuts two fifty becomes associate executive producer and he wrote a note in on email and I have printed out Guy John Love your show I actually did work today limit shards didn't. Go Hey John Love your show. What am I I'm already said out the script now. No, he said Hi John Love Your show I think he meant your show up. I was hitting the mouth by out of the script reading. I loved the show. Why should jet flying over the house? Lamb that SFO. No. This is like some fighter jets got. Oh, it's GonNa take you out. I was winning Osprey flop flew over I thought that was was through. Really odd. But those are very, very noisy. You tell me. Oh is the noisiest thing that ever flew over the. The over the area anyway hi John loved the show. I was hitting the mouth by Ranch Ken Benson Douchebag. About three months ago I two. Amadou bag but after three months of not missing an episode calculated my value of one thousand dollars per year. So I made a donation of two hundred, fifty dollars how sorry it wasn't two, three, four, five, six, get me on the pace for knighthood in one year He needs to deduce I guess. Yeah. Spendy dude dissipation of knighthood I'd like the reserve the name of Sir Anti Llosa might. On today's list. No he's noise. Coming up. I think. You'll. Very funny. If that is allowed in any case, I'd like to point out that all MINNESOTANS are not left-wing de-fund police morons. Oh, come on. In. America two thousand merged but couldn't come up with a new name so they just combine them. Norwood young young s of like. Name. Ken Benson is still douchebag. Now we got that I request a D. douching. Karma for me and my smoking hot girlfriend being a covert era listener I'm looking forward to what you have to discuss after corona virus trump and sleepy joe are no longer the news keep up the good work Keith. Thanks Keith. And with. Baron Oleg Radicati. YOUNG TEEN TEEN RACCOON Do Forty Dot seventy-seven in Thornhill Ontario Canada. A Baron which makes him probably has to be upgraded thinking if this is Canadian. American. Canadian. That's point you. I'll talk she hot wife Dr Dorothy. Doria Dr Darya you pronounce that name. Let Me Aria. Tarangire. Celebrating our ten year wedding anniversary could not wish for a better person to spend my life. 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To twenty-eight needs to be bumped up to. was also can the navy in Yeah he came to us isn't it Australia a dollar dollar dues? Yes while okay, Dave Kaplan. US from New South Wales to twenty eight and fifty six. I'm pretty sure that's three hundred zero he goes up to the X.. Thirty three thirty three thirty three Australian, dollar saying you go Jeez. You guys get screwed. Three hundred thirty three Australian Dollars Two hundred and twenty eight US holy. Crap. Interesting boots on the ground data nineteen from down under. Yes, we saw that. Thank you much day. We discussed the key points always. He's He's got like production notes. Requests that front jobs Karma from my luscious divine wife Lisa and emergent landscape designed business jingles. China's a whole. It's true. Into the head cheese. READY FOR THAT ONE I am adamant John and Adam would this my third three thirty, three, thirty, three, Australian. Dollar Dues accounting below plus one penny please. Adam. Yes I got you covered. I would like to claim my place at the no agenda roundtable is Sir Capo of beach. Down under to Sir cap of Gunja beach down under Gunja. Yes John Gunja not guna speaking of butchering I'd like to request thick juicy rib eye on up on the bone cooked medium rare on an Aussie style barbecue and the bottle of nineteen ninety nine, any black pepper Shiro's from the Barrosa valley at the roundtable. Okay. You're a dick still don't do this. But the hell you can get that in like thirty minutes I can't get that that fast. You know what's going to happen now we've been we've been bitching about the notes, but he didn't have the brand name so you should be able to pick it up at a local liquor store. Okay, that's good. But yes, we don't have the we. We Moan about people's notes being. Now this like Oh. Let me put a long thing at the roundtable. It's show is many cases. There's always a long thing around him. and. That's how we roll here the no agenda show. Thanks for all you do you're doing of the work makes a huge positive difference to all of us producers in de bags while I wish you health wealth and happiness. I really hope to keep making the best podcast in the universe even after whichever exit exit strategy pops three gems for you in the email. Got It. Thanks for your courage COPPA of Gunja beach down under, and so I just need to grab his ASSHOLE which I didn't have yet. and. He wanted to. That's true. Gosh the accounting on this show and what he wanted. One other thing didn't he? May just check as to a to the head. Okay. We'll do that of got that. Where's my to to the head narrate is? China is. True. Oh. That was weird. I didn't hear it inflating it. Thank you. You've got Karma never should've taken that donation way too much to do for it. Sorry. Steven or Stephan probably Stephen of Oswego. Baron. In Swayed Go Illinois to twenty two, dot twenty two. He writes donating after a finding out back in March, my job twenty two years was going away on eight thirty one. Today. They came back with an offer to stay until twelve thirty one to twenty twenty one at one point five FM salary. Wow plus my six months severance. Kind of an operation to you're working for sounds Ruby. Maeve your. Birthday show day eight thirteen means I damn. Well, better. Cough up for the Karma that worked at least for a year and a half still need some amazing girlfriend combo the job Karma came first. That's what she sad. Sleeve, and given to him. Just. And jobs. Jobs. Mr. Peabody's next up to twenty two, twenty, two in Jonesboro Arkansas as promise earlier. Thanks for the email exchange donation. Tore my wicked smart. Cougar. Partner MS Vicki's damehood to jingles one request. Pot Calls Kettle Black Dr Kiki's it's science. Could one of the other highly talented producers come up with a Cova? Jingle. 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Rodrigue Lynn Hardens Charlotte North Carolina, to a one, fifty, seven to four I am had been meaning to donate for a few months now returning from the Wu. Han Flu. But Alas, work has gotten the better of me to my surprise. I was only seventy five bucks away from knighthoods is starting to donate in two thousand fourteen. My donation is in four parts is get some accounting. He says sixty nine cents for rocky foster who has continued. Who has yet to donate and continue sinking further into the Douche abbess the the call him for that hundred, twenty, five or Emma foster is only two and it goes on if people haven't been over to see the no agenda mass so that they can silently punch people in the mouth in line at the grocery store. Shame on them keep up the good work boys I included pick of my egregiously attractive wife Leslie. Happy, early anniversary. Happy early than anniversary can I get a dating Karma from my Buddy Brett and a goat Karma for all the dame's nights out there Adam I would love to hear Joe. Biden. The whole load to to they had and look at that juice love in light to Rodrick of flavor town. And he meets some. imperials Chih Charon as. At the table classic I'm GonNa give you the whole low. Oh my gosh. Choose, you've got Karma. we go. Onto Jetro Jones. And he is in spokane Washington as we start to wrap this up, this is a pretty good list two hundred dollars, Gregory. Sense. I E douching you, gotTa. Bend Deduce -duced. Former school principal and I was surprised by your concern last show about education. The pandemic is great news for education because it will force education to change hopefully. Adam, did you take a class to invent podcasting? Could Class taught you to do that certainly not Your pirate radio station would have gotten. You suspended what we need in education is more opportunities for kids to get in and mess around with stuff they care about. That's what real education is. That's why the school I'm creating now is about helping kids do just that and he has a web address is S. D. L. Dot Academy. Interesting easy enough SDL DOT Academy our education systems all about control and compliance. It's not about learning but I find crazy is all the work I did two years ago to get school principals in my district to change the dress code and finally allow kids to wear hoods and hats mostly, and now all the kids will be wearing masks. That just cracks me up talk about poetic justice. Also know agendas helped me to be more critical and increase my faith in Jesus and the Church of Latter Day. Saints, not. Pushed me away from it oh Wait wait wait. Wait wait. No Agenda Show, it brings you closer to God. Do we could do a survey. Four thousand three yellow and green Jello and carriage jingle request. That's true. JETRO from Spokane. Washington. Way just wants. That's true. Now, he's a Disney some green. He said he's got Hashtag Green Jello and carrots Oh. Okay Green Gel on cares that is a mormon nuts right. But we don't have a jingle from that to we know he puts it in there. Oh. Yeah Hey Matt Green Kerr Dream Green Jello and carrots to you to. Keeping that in I'm just going to start using that. Hey. Buddy all right. Green Jello on carrots. So you can get a that's true in a given comedy. You've got Karma Green. Cairns. Martin Williamson in Aberdeen UK two hundred, and he wrote a note him by email John thanks reducing the best broadcast in universe I have been listening quite a few years. Now can you please play the whole load? Then okay. is to visit a whole load from bite and then trump aroused That's it. That's it. That is easy and no other just though to you. I'm GonNa give you the whole load today. It was hard to get aroused and it is hard to get it aroused. Around purves. pervy. Stephen Sh L. I know he has a pronunciation guide for us. Ok We're Shannon. cinelli Chanel Nelly Nelly Okay Chanel name. La should know leave early, meet your name. Rocky Mount North. Carolina and other North Carolinians loaded with them two hundred bucks even I haven't donated in show with the note through email I think John Forgot to look for that before the second segment that donation last show got me the knighthood. A county was in the forgotten email some very small amount of money like five cents or something that makes me a black knight right? Technically yes. I think you would be a black knight. Hold. On we make sure he wants to be that that beatty. That's Sir t h a t bt hold on hold on I gotta go. This is not a my That bt the Black Knight. Of Braves countries that WanNa that's what I've got here. Yeah. Well, that's what it is cut. It got good I like to add some rock moulay and cheese dip to the round table I'm sorry I don't know if there's any room next to the thick juicy rebuy steak on the bone cook medium rare on an Aussie style barbecue in the bottle of nineteen ninety eight e any black pepper sheriffs from the Barrosa Valley I don't know if it fits but I'll try. I need the best jobs you can muster Ho la PS. My family probably doesn't pronounce it right either but we say, Cinelli. Tonelli well if you want the best jobs Karma, God throw in the office jobs, jobs and jobs that's vote for jobs. All. Right. Henry Clay's in Rancho Palos Verdes California. Two hundred dollars user last associate executive producer this fairly long segment. Sorry. and. He actually wrote a note in. I'm I'll email my full comet and he has a long comment which is. Two three four pages, but I'll read some of it. Some years ago I picked a monthly subscription contribution to the to the Financial Times I, felt your podcast was at least that valuable and I went to the subscription payment because I thought, I had good intentions. I was too lazy to make regular contribution otherwise. So subscription put it in autopilot. I was used my bank bill to pay the function shocked to avoid avoided fees. Rosiak goes on with this details hours delinquent on raising my prior forty four at forty, two monthly contribution for a while because I had already noted and he goes on with some more details. I might be interested for you or listeners to have a value benchmark to Financial Times is five, hundred, eighty, five dollars per year, which is forty, eight, seventy, five, a month the Wall Street journalists four, sixty, seven, dot eighty-eight per year. Or three, thirty, eight, ninety, nine, a month. New York. Times is thirty nine dollars every four weeks when I started my peg. Is Financial. Guy. 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My best friend's wife, WHO's my smoking hot wife's best friend was diagnosed with a brain tumor and she just started treatment today my buddy mentioned this is her first of thirty three treatment. So I knew what I had to do I'd like to be knighted Sir Brian of the northern. South. Towns. But more importantly give an F. Cancer Karma from my buddy's wife along with everyone else who's forced to deal with this crappy Z's especially when they have to go at mostly alone due to covert rules strong together love and light and thanks for all you do to help save the universe. One show at a time says Brian, youth around table and thank you. You've got Karma. And that is it. Thank you also much our executive and associate executive producers who've come through once again, not Kung Fu you come through once again and we appreciate it these titles a really can be used anywhere that titles are recognized credits of this magnitude are a serious thing. For people who are in the field but also. 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Well that one and the other one, which is the the which is a long Eyeso- but it's I think it was still work at the end of the show, which is the they are stupid. So from Camera Harris. What else do we know about this population eighteenth twenty four They are stupid the. Way Too. Long. I have this about this. wait. I think this what someone says someone sent me no no, no no. This is I have this we just played this S. Will Kill you think we've already done that one. Has Been Done Yeah how about this one kind of a little bit racist. Ben Shapiro he's. Racist. I'd like it to come use that I don't know. I kind of like Kay leasing in the morning at the end of the show but you can use either one I don't care. Let's do I listening to C. Span. I watched a lot of it myself. Well, I caught the call ins after the s bided the best part. Hello everybody knows this. So. I have a few I got forklifts Nice I got a Democrat probably A to Democrats to Republicans and I'll start with the Republicans. This'll be the first one of these are scattered around on the list. So this one is more call INS, sick. The only I can say if they get in office, we'll be ruined. And she will become president if they get in because they're going to get rid of Biden because he's already sick. wisey sick. You know why sick go to Robin next see been sitting. Why he's sick and off the Muncie Helo. So, that's good. Fact on a second that is by some odd odd. No it's a boorda. It was. It was good. That was funny. A. Kick. macy mostly the segue that made it worth. Of course. Sick onto Yada among okay. This is the water glass one, which is this is a i. think this was a Republican also report. That was a republican is a Republican. is believed she says a whole lot but they have the words have no meaning and Joe Biden better watches water glass. Drill. I will nets joining us from Hope Mills North Carolina. She should have added. Don't don't take any small airplanes and probably stay away from hot tubs. Joe. Now. There's a couple. I. I'm trying to say which put these order in but I think I'll do this when I which is. Now I heard more than a couple of these I think there's There's going to be I think there's something going on here and I think we have to be on the lookout for. And you you'll hear why I'm saying that after you listen to this guy, he comes in as a Democrat and I call it the odd coincidence clip. John Democrat? Carthage Missouri. Named John. My name is John and I'm voting for Joe and the vice president elect he Selected I think she'll be good one and I think they will turn this country around and make America Great. Again. I got my boat. This is good. That wasn't the only one of those interesting. There was another Democrat came on with I. Didn't clip out because I said Oh that's funny. Right? I mean the. One showed up the old guy should have said I can't wait to build back better. See, but that's why he said he said and was soon as you hear make America great again, what comes to mind instantly? Joe Biden and all the way. No. Of course trump hello. It's is very slick is good. Very slick. It's almost like. Move you know yet totally yes. If anyone remembers that. So, let's play the last one, which is another Democrat, and this one is my favorite clip of all of them. Because of this one just goes straight straight to crazy. This is calling star Trek. With, US. Right now is that when? Growing virus took over president trump all Kony's in that White House knew about it and took their money out of the stock market and nobody is Doing anything about it, and now that the stock market is backup, they put money back in and nobody has caught that yet and the other thing is is We need to move this world. I had. been here fifty million years say well I'm fifty, six tomorrow and I don't. Why we're not in the Star Wars like Star Trek? Movies about it, but we can't be there. Why are we not so far ahead, my brain's not moving forward. Why is all this money going to all these people that are way up high and none of is being put back into our society move ahead move us forward. This debt get out of the world. Move forward we should be a star Trek era and I don't understand why. chicked million people. MILLIONARE's can't move forward. Richard. Thanks for the. Ticket. That's obviously one of my cousins also, very angry about the the moon activity being. One years ago and not repeating it and everyone getting all jacked about a trip to the international. Space Station Woo. I like the line. The glasses line was I forgot the line I liked but it was something about we've been here this long and how can we haven't been a star Trek? We should star Trek era. True? Where's my flying car? Hall Man, there is a new flying car. o probably the same old flank car. So I'm I had to give it. A little anecdote is a company as a Guy Sacramento keeps doing these flying cars. He's been doing since I was I I read about him I think when in the seventies or? And so it shows up when I'm the editor of Infoworld, some get comes running into. My Office and shows me that flying car because a guy reintroduced it. And, I said, this guy's been doing this flying car forever and then it. Again at another ten years later does a flying car. This time is computerized and he goes on I mean. That's the drone version of it. No, it's a real flank car guy sits in the car and then he flies around. it's got a bunch of propellers around the outside. It's. This new one and these guys have been at it for a long time and they haven't done the whole investor nodes. Put your mind hide. I can't remember what the hell the name of that Here it is. It's the Shoot. This is really it's a three wheel. It's not the TERRIF- USUA- crap I was it is it actually is a small airplane. Well. It's disguise flying car from Sacramento always been hovercraft. No. This is an actual plane and the wings. They fold out from the front to the back end. which kind of alleviates that whole man you know what happens if they if they break or fold up which is a lot like the tariff usually has? But it must. I'm, coughing? But it must be a really crappy brand name 'cause I can't I for the life of me can't remember what it's called hasn't flown yet. But they've done. Now I mean they know it will fly. In fact, it's first flight maybe. Maybe, soon, maybe as a youtube video I'm sorry that I feel bad that I can't I'm kind of like. stretching time and surprised that no trolls of already said I know what you're talking about. Yeah. But you. I'm the only one that knows about here. It is the SWITCHBLADE. Of course, you should look it up the switchblade. Carbon. It's like fiberglass. It's a two seater, but it can go it. It'll do one, hundred, eighty knots. I think super fast and has and has got a fan in the back like a fan propeller. One hundred and twenty on the road, and you've tank it with regular gas premium. And he was not regular. I'm sorry not aviation gas which is You know that's one hundred ten. Octane and at least. and. You can park in your garage and it and the cost will be one hundred and twenty thousand dollars which is. Headed Tesla. Yeah it's incredible now I'm sure it's a kit though. So what you do is you got to pay twenty thousand dollars you go to the kit place they put an apron. Yeah. You hold onto the ranch and they put it together. Yes. This is the. Essay. It's. Great I love the kids scam. If I if I dance advocates scam for cars to. I'd really love to have one of those. I fly that I forget it get one. Of your pennies well, by the time it's flying. I'm sure if I save pennies actually have enough money because that's The words. Yes. Yes Yeah This to a couple of international updates Okay, let's start with Lebanon. Lebanon okay. Here we go. Play latest figures from Lebanon's Health Ministry show that one hundred, seventy one people died in the disaster, six, thousand, five, hundred, injured and some three hundred thousand been made homeless Mosul Fos has more the Lebanese public demand answers about the events that led up to last week's explosion. It's been revealed that the prosecutor is to question several ministers and former ministers about the disaster. This includes the most recent public works minister who is currently acting in a caretaker capacity following the resignation of former Prime Minister Hassan and his government on Monday. The Lebanese judiciary does not have the power to sue evidence of negligence is found. However, in this case, the chief prosecutor would transfer the file to parliament where it would be managed by special counsel charge of suing ministers and presidents. An investigation by news agency AFP found up until the day before the blast in Beirut officials had been warning each other about the vast quantity of explosive ammonium nitrate. The had been left in storage at the capital's port for years. On Wednesday a tweet by the Lebanese presidency gave an estimated cost for the damage caused last week. Preliminary estimates of the losses suffered following the explosion top fifteen billion dollars. Now I rang the bell because it's apparently these guys have been. You know I mean this Powell of. Ammonium nitrate been sitting there for years and they've been bitch and Moan about to each other. But but meanwhile, some screwball report shows up the New York, times and is played out on the look for the clip ny and has played on democracy now and I thought this was a very gratuitous and odd statement and I think and I wanted to deconstruct for a second because I, think it was done while the. Wait wait I think it was done as the slam against trump although this, which she never says that this happened during the Obama Administration meanwhile the New York Times reports in American contractor working with the US army warned over four years ago about the hazard posed by over twenty seven, hundred tons of explosive ammonium nitrate fertilizer left unattended at Beirut's port the US State Department reportedly then failed to pass along the warning to US allies. So, what? What was the point of this little DITTY A and B? Why were we supposed to? We knew about this and I'm sure other people did too why we're supposed to why was the State Department responsible for passing this onto allies and even show passing onto allies what differences that make at this point? Nothing trump sucks trump. But again is four over four years ago. So it had to be Obama's administration, but she makes it sound and I think people listening to it. They think Oh trump that guy who made just let me. Maybe, there's just our bias meanwhile, The New York Times reports in American contractor working with the US army warned over four years ago about the hazard posed by over twenty seven, hundred tons of explosive ammonium nitrate fertilizer left unattended at Beirut support. The US State Department reportedly then failed to pass along the warning to US allies. Yeah I guess I mean. If you look at the timeline. Yeah. That would probably be trump. was four years ago didn't pass. Office for years. Well. I have a little different take. On. What's going on after? Some research, it is a theory by me a conspiracy researcher. And It took me a while to. Think about this clip seven countries. In five years starting with Iraq and Syria Lebanon, Libya, Somalia Sudan, and finishing off Iran's I. Think we pretty much can add this one to the list. I'm. going. To implicate. Israel. And I'll tell you why. Very like the day of I received that was the day of which is why if you wanted to do a deep fake? Yeah, you can I guess. That clearly show some kind of projectable projectile that going towards the spot that explodes in the right kind of timing. You'd expect there's multiple angles. People. have it. On video and they draw little circles. See what they're talking about. There's a negative image from a whole different angle from the side. You come from. Just. online just people posting stuff. I no way we were the original images come from the showed this the I don't know I i. it's People's phones. People's phones. With the IT was before the initial explosion. No. No. No. You See. The you see the Brownish Orange is is is there and then just before the big monstrous. Pressure wave which everyone says monia nitrate There's a projectile. The is plenty of videos. The reason why I'm going implicate I have no proof. Seven months ago right near the Syrian border Israel tested a what they called a new weapon and there's a video of it online. If you go look at it, it is exactly the same pattern as this. Exactly the same pattern you know with the with the talk with the shock wave and it's that same round whitish cloud that that that spurts out I haven't seen many of those. So okay hold on. Now I WANNA day I'm gasping for clarification you. Let me do that. Are you saying that your because of the what you saw this other video that the entire explosion wasn't? Monja nitrate obviously is going to go up. But it was actual. It wasn't just like shooting at regular missile into something they think is making armaments in having it blow up. There was actually the weapon itself made a big explosion. That's I'm saying that okay. Yes I. AM saying that because the weapon itself that is. If. You look on the Youtube. You'll see it has the exact same pattern and I just never seen it before seven months ago. Now, the main. Reason. Why I think this was Israel is on the same day and you know. What goes through the the most important thing for this country Lebanon is food and they get all of their grain through the through the port. They import they got very poor countries have to import people have nothing to eat and just to make sure on the very same day. Israeli. Missiles. Blew up grain silos in Syria, which is the only other place they could get grain from. That is nearby in order to feed their people. That to me said. Something's. Now why I don't know maybe the fact that. Prime Minister Netanyahu has threatened this multiple times. Who knows if there was ammonium nitrate I got a picture I got a State Department report. That was never I got a picture of some big bags in guys. Looks like a warehouse fine. We have the State Department never passed anything on. Why was it really true? Was it not true might as well blame it on trump. Maybe, there was no ammonium nitrate. But I can see the similar exact similarity in this missile and then to blow up the closest grain silos on the same day. Well that bomb went off right where the grain silos, the main ones are there were the were the ships coming up it off. In fact, made if you look at the explosion, you get that big building, a bunch of grain silos, and there is a bunch of grain on the ground if you look at some of the videos. It's an interesting idea because even if there was ammonium nitrate, it would have been vaporized and probably contributed to the size of the blast. And would've would've blown up just like that? You know it's like Show me. Somebody. From. The beginning I very doubtful that you can get them on your night you're making just. Right. Yeah. It even if it's heated up so taking the the great words of. Of our buddy, West said General Wesley Clark here with we needed Lebanon who knows who knows what action this? Get another aspect of this is an Italian guy this jaw over twitter. In follow up on it, I just did some research AC- of because it didn't make a lot of sense to me but that yellow cloud or that read cloudy Diss. Expert. Claims is from a lithium anytime. Lithium explosion is red cloud like. I never heard that but it but he says his for making missiles that are a lithium power. There's just a couple of different powering mechanisms for for. Services surface missiles that are lithium power they get. There's a three. There's some I'd never knew this I had to go look it up. There's there's two different technologies that use lithium to make rocket motor and it's if it's possible that the debt the. It was an. Hamas let's say missile thing they dropped his a blow this thing to smithereens. I mean there's no. There's nothing laughed. I mean, wouldn't is not outside the realm of possibilities but then to blow up the second granary that that was the big red is kind of interesting because now, what does now they're either creating a humanitarian issue prices? which of course, can be dealt with by sending shiploads of American. grain over there. Is is an issue as probably gonNA, get refugee issues, and all these other problems are going to occur starving people like the lowest thing you can do to to society, but it appears that trump has been pushing macron to To step up. France has they. They're pushing money. They got all kinds of so many things going on with Lebanon. Still close allies. Historically. I'm trying to find this video on the fly for you have to find it for you after the show. Francia. Yeah. It's. It's. It's a very distinctive look at. That's why it's like, wow, that look And the West Clark seven I'm sure I'm sure if not directly I'm sure. One of. Our intelligence. Agencies may be involved in. Swamp not drained yet. Guess. Yeah I I I would put this into play as consideration. One, more update Bellarusse. Yes the good old Bella Belarus authorities in Belarus have confirmed a twenty five year old protester has died following his arrest during a rally on Sunday in the southeastern city. Of Gomel, the cause of his death is though unclear that news game as huge crowds filled the streets of a string of cities including the capital Minsk for a fourth consecutive day on Wednesday. Anger PSOMAS over the controversial re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko Clare. Rush. Reports. Some holding hands. Others holding flowers. Hundreds of women marched through the capital of Belarus on Wednesday in a show of solidarity with injured and detained protesters. The opposition says police have attacked and arrested protesters with impunity in this local media report visibly roughed up young demonstrators are shown publicly promising to stop taking to the streets. Now, neighboring countries are offering to help defuse tensions This is I'm GonNa tell you what I think this is to. That Belarus, not a member of the European Union. you know so they have a now the European Union is saying Oh. This was clearly a bogus election. We cannot have this. This is no good we're going to. We might have to put sanctions against. Belarus Little Belarus. The European Union. So upset about this election because it was so unfair undemocratic and it's all crazy. We've got a sanction them is that really because they just want democracy to be better or is it because this guy is sick and tired of the Russian and they're in their games? Annie's any. Messing with the pipelines. So the Russians, no doubt are in their with their goon squads Taryn everybody up European Union wants their their pipeline connection back. Hello I want my pipeline back especially now that US are sanctioning the Nord Stream, two to any country that participates in that pipeline is also going to get in trouble. This is a pipeline war says nothing to do with democracy in Belarus? Are you about that it's all under pipelines in the show notes if you're interested. It's just nuts. Needle gun we need a new update. Les Please let's Let's do a little quick noodle gone. Here we go this gentlemen. What that has to do with. The new gun is out. That's right. What's getting canceled? I think Robin Dangelo. is on her way. To some cancellation. As now everyone is realizing. That the University of Connecticut is paying her twenty two thousand dollars for three hour lecture. And this is people people are freaking out over this. Wait a minute. She's just a capitalist. Noodle gun for you rub Andy Angelo but we'll see she can always do corporate work. WE HAVE THE MCDONALD'S CEO. That's not really a it's not really a noodle gun delight lied about how many women he was sleeping with any took a big off. And then the rest came out. oops. was. Seattle Station Fires Jewish meteorologist who compared black lives matter riders to Nazis. You Foolish Man. You can only do that if you work for MSNBC TWOS CAN'T DO THAT EAST Pr X.. At WHO also produced for the for National Public Radio. Public Radio You something. So I think she's decision Algorithm Kerry Hoffman. And she has been called out by. Multiple employees about touching a woman of color hair that was apparently the Ono. Yes. His black hair she apparently black I'm sorry I can't say that Kamla doesn't have black hair. I would say she has US related hair can't even talk anymore, and so apparently she reached out and said Oh man I really like your hair will. Wrong, that is so racist. That's what it's come to. Now there were other things of course, pop up does not the only time. But that's what it is. It's like. If I will Joe Biden gets whoever smelling people's hair and saying horrible things. But okay. All right. So but she is refusing to go so. Even though she gets the needle gun it like she's got some kind of vest on that his bouncing Aussie but people are leaving people are. People are resigning. I would say the was this The Guy wants his name. Was Not more Sierra Alex Moore he's running for He's running for, is whereas running for him in Massachusetts I think. And Well the bottom line is people started calling him out because. When he was a teacher, he was having sex with students and therefore should. Yeah that guy. Anson having sex with his own students students over age. Yes. Sure. But that's the point. He's not. He's not getting canceled. People were calling him out or getting cancel. Where they getting canceled because it's LGBT. UC Glen Gray Wanda's canceling people left and right he is over this particular issue of course, Glenn's. The Gay Superhero he's coming to the rescue and he's right. Obviously. But Channel Ten where's channel ten? Bro I can't even think about where channel ten is I guess the number one noodle gun for me. Is The Netherlands facebook and instagram now both forbid forbid forbid. Any pictures. Of Black Pete. The actual celebration for children. In December which used to be before Christmas, Christmas is much more commercialized now to what if you call him Pete. No pictures if if someone is a black Pete and not actually has doesn't have that skin color it is illegal. By FACEBOOK RULES TO POST THAT That has got to be the harshest noodle gun of them all guests so. Sick he can't win here is. Just WanNa stay with black lives matters since we're here, a couple of things to catch up on. This was played quite a lot. I don't know if this young woman represents a black lives matter. If now it's she's. Listed as Chicago Black Lives matter organizer I'm not so sure of that I don't think a lot of people agree with her message but it was played quite a bit here. I don't care then somebody to size the Ludo Gucci or macy's ninety because that make sure that that person eats. That make sure that that person has close that makes sure that that person can make some kind of money because the city obviously doesn't care about them. Not only that reparations in front of the first police district members of black lives matter justifying the actions of looters last night. So. Today. So, that was reparations. Obviously. Okay. Yeah. This has come up a couple of times the black lives matter representatives calling it reparations for looting. Yeah. Yeah, that's not really the right way to go about it. Of course, you'll never get reparations. Yeah Yeah I don't think that's happening. Tangible will be nice reparations probably not also from Chicago This is Democrat Leshan Ford till today. I'm calling for. Abolishing of history classes in Illinois. Concerned. School history. Teaching. Lee. Two white privilege. And a racist society. There you go. Yeah, I love that one by the way. Yeah. I didn't have a clip of it. This is the first time I got the clip I'm very happy it's been going on for in some areas this the history classes. As a great idea I'd like to say hi to the Portland Police Department officers who are listening to the show who clearly clearly took a page from From our recommendation if you're dealing with someone who is clearly under informed and oversocialized, the best way to reply to anything they say is. I'm surprised you would use your privilege to accuse me of not doing the work, and then you can fill in taking the garbage out it doesn't matter. It's a target tasers people get frozen. They don't know what to say the. What Will defend their privilege, which is the funniest part. Here is a Portland cop he's arresting a female peaceful protester. An onlooker has a question listen to his answer. Female officer President while you're patting Dan. was. A female officer. Her down. Could you hear that? Yeah. Not. Quite. With this much elegance as your script but how? But he's learning he's learning and I thought. It was good. This is the last one I've got here. This is Minneapolis Saint Paul of Courses I. Don't know what's left of it. If, we don't see any real overview of how bad this was. Our producers say kind of in a four by four block radius but I don't think so it seems like it should be much more. So there's an ad now for the. T cf twin cities financial bank. One of our producers sent this and I thought it was indeed also kind of tailored towards. The new Liberal Democrats. Can you feel that? Changing. Shift from a focus on. Something bigger. Because while it's perfectly fared, ask what's in it for me. Ending the answer comes from asking what's in it for a week. At. Our purpose lies in answering that question. Giving every. The financial strength is to make us all stronger free. What did you think sounds kind of communism. They take your money and they give it to other people. I don't know something. that. It's not right. We got this cool screen shot from one of our producers. And he said this was a book that Martin Luther King Often often touted, and of course, now, I'm looking for the name of this book. which for some reason didn't carry over to my show notes but I, I did Wanna read this from nineteen sixty five. I read this little paragraph. Such groups as the panthers never more than five thousand and probably not half that number or the Rams Revolutionary Armed Movement which I think you've talked about John no-no retitled it revolutionary abolitionist movement. Okay. Well. I I would say it's probably the same outfit. The Ram just changed a bit. which wasn't even which was smaller would never have gained the attention and influence they did had it not been for the susceptibility of white upper class northerners unlike their southern cousins cousins, northern whites had little experience and no tradition of dealing with guilt and their experiments bordered on the bizarre and descended to the pathological many begged to be abused and baited. Sound. Familiar Yeah that's a good one. Holy Crap. I'll have to look that up. With us from will I do have one thing to get to before the break? Now there is a a non woman who has just won the primaries in Georgia to be the. Republican to become the. US representative. Yes. Made a Marjorie Taylor Green I wanna just give us a little background on her because it's kind of interesting. This is. Being, play I have three clubs the short but this was clip one, which is the longest. Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Green as a pariah insider, own party over her racist bigoted statements. But this week, it's another kind of extremism drawing attention to her run for Congress. All right. So Chu is the Patriot we know that for sure but we do not know who Q. is that was green and a video a couple years ago. One of several social media posts where she mentions Q. or Cunanan. It's a conspiracy theory that emerged on right wing message boards and twenty seventeen it spread quickly through facebook group I'm sorry this here's my problem WanNa stop. Pune on is not a conspiracy theory. I mean, that's bullshit. It's not a call today. Let's start off with if you WANNA talk bullshit. This is NPR. So let's start with that premise and the whole beginning of the thing where she's she has his racist comments. There's no examples of any of this but also Cunanan a non is a person or group or people who are posting things gets worse, but it's not a conspiracy you. Believe me I got better stuff gone up. If you think back. I should wait until the end of each clip then because. This is good that for sure but we do not know. Is that was green in a video a couple years ago one of several social media posts where she mentioned q or q in on it's a conspiracy theory that emerged on right wing message boards and twenty seventeen at spread quickly through facebook groups and homemade documentaries like this one on Youtube. What? Donald. Trump as president of the. US. And then out of nowhere. The `Nigma of q those who buy into the baseless theory thing president trump is leading a secret war against Satan worshipping pedophile in the deep state they believe someone known only as Q. is helping by leaving encrypted messages for self-proclaimed digital soldiers to decode. was peaceful. Supporter in an episode of the podcast Cunanan anonymous. The show takes a deep skeptical look into the world of. One of the host Travis View says Cunanan is so outlandish. So ridiculous that most people didn't take it seriously not federal authorities not social media platforms at least not until Q. Believers started running for office. I'm kind of I'm surprised you would use your privilege to not even request that we put on our q glasses for this segment. That's a funny idea but I don't think this is a Q. Glasses necessary segment. Okay. All right. This is mostly just the silliness of NPR. So let's play. Now the second one, there's two other ones one from democracy now, which I just wanted to play as a as a quick summary because it has some funny stuff in it, but you have to play the other one I, which is the just the Q. and on one without democracy. Now, good Monica on there and because I want you to listen carefully. Marjorie tailored green started in the bucket where she truly believed in human. But now she's probably drifting more towards the political situation. See Mark Andre Argentina recently wrote about Cunanan for the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point. Is Fueling extremism last year, and FBI memo called it a potential domestic terrorism threat. Several Q. supporters already been linked to serious crimes. If, a gala, her tracks Q. On for the London based. Institute for Strategic Dialogue but almost like a cult. At ready become that's almost cult like thinking they have their mantras than their. They. You know are so dogmatic and they're thinking Gallaher says, the conspiracy now goes well American politics international groups have formed. To the guy says they have their mantras. and. Their oaths. Oaths. Pledge Allegiance. Oath of the. Working in and tell you there's one oath where we go one, we go all that's oath. It's the mantra. Why he said it's nuts one. He said, mantra in Oth Saudis works at NPR. Well no that was a guy that was a researcher. Dig. Whoever that guy is he's wrong addict. Wrap up by amy. Election news a supporter of a far right conspiracy theory with a history of racist remarks has one. Nominee for Georgia's fourteenth, Congressional district. Retailer Greens primary victory Tuesday in Deep Red district makes her the heavy favourite in November's election. Green ran on a pro gun, anti immigrant anti-abortion platform, and his embrace that Cunanan conspiracy theory which claims among other things that president trump is seek really at war with deep state cabal of Satan, worshipping elites who run a child sex trafficking operation while she got the same damn screw from the Democrats. That's that's obviously set up. Well. You have something to add to this. Now I'm just done I just thought it'd be good clips. I liked this the sex pedophile thing going off the deep end and well that. That's That's exactly what it is. And that's exactly what it's about. And Two days ago. The Hollywood California Hollywood. Los Angeles California. Offices of CNN were stormed by. At least a hundred I don't know how many they were in they were in in the office building and they had signs and this was one of their mantras. Here. We go. One we go. Where we go. One we go. We can't is a mantra more and more than an oath well and how about this one. Hundred kids in the halls at CNN with. With signs a pizza gate where they saying a save the children. It's just. A couple of guys who look like they actually might enjoy some younger children were in the crowd that was Kinda creepy. Creepy dudes but yes, this is not just something that Cunanan. is about the kids the wayfair cabinet canes are at home they're not at school the face bag instagram twitter they've bored in the House board on bored in the house they got nothing to do and then except. Explore and they're exploring online and they're seeing lots of stuff that is creepy off weird in this week as well. Youtube videos about twenty minutes after the full length linked in the show notes this producer John Paul Rice is a Hollywood guy. he's produced several independent movies, but also Juno and the hunger games. The First Hunger Games recently did a child's voice which is very very creepy about about children about. Selling Children and here's a a minute and a half of this video that he made. This is a guy who has who is successful in. Hollywood he's not. He's not Harvey Weinstein level success. Back. In the day he's not. He's not to Tom Cruise running cow gets work. He gets good work. This is a bigger problem because most people know in that world and the world that I come from in Hollywood that is a hidden layer that everybody knows is there when the me too movement started in two thousand seventeen, I reached out to several of my female actress friends who were prominent in La you would know them by name many of them. You would know by just their look as you go oh, that was her in that movie or that movie. And I said, well, what about the children one about the children and they and the response was we know we know but they were silent on it. And it destroyed me because it destroyed illusion of what rights human rights for. Children's rights for this is a child abuse system that we have been living in for a very long time, and it's been allowed to go on and I will not be silent about this because it affects every single one of us the people on television who smile at you who tell you stories who gives you news are the ones who hide of this from us they're not talking about the real issues they're distracting you with division issues. This is the unification issue when the Maxwell files came out forty eight hours ago I went on. MSNBC, I went on CNN dot com and I looked at every single one of their headlines and there was. No mention of it. Whatsoever. They were talking about John Lewis Funeral. They were talking about Obama versus trump all of the bullshit that you and I hear every single day and it doesn't matter what side of the political equation you're on this. This is a sheild issue. This is a human issue. This is not a political issue. It has nothing to do with left versus right Democrat versus Republican liberal versus conservative or anything you are or you identify with as in between we are faced with a crisis of consciousness among the leadership of our banking institutions of our media corporations. I'll the Hollywood entertainment industry, the music industry then it goes on for twenty minutes. For him getting work. That's why a guy like that only does it. If he's really fed up with it, he's got to be brave. Kevi Fab have some money in the bank he's got to have money in the bank and then you know The usual list applies. No Hot Tub snow small. Planes. Don't walk in the streets of DC two in the morning is. Very. Dangerous. So when people discredit the Cunanan Phenomenon which okay fine I don't I'm not following this but I have been following this crap for ten years if not longer and yeah of course, that's happening. Of course, it's right and now all these people like judy name you're going to be as far as I'm concerned helping cover it up. Well. Boom where is that where where does? The. Representative who who won the primary ones in Georgia Georgia? Okay. We're all dying of covert now apparently. We'll keep our eye on her. Show us by donating to know agenda imagine all the people who do. Jan.. If, you will thank for show to sixty eight. Starting with Brian Animus, one, seventy, seven, seventy, six. Needs some a house buying CARMO. Give you that the end. In also, glad if thank you for the anniversary, call out John Carney and Alfred Georgia went thirty, three, thirty three. I need jobs Karma will put that at the end. And Do, we have I'm sure it was John Carney that we have ser Nathan. Lee Miller foster. 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All right. Let me just see if I want to play something before that. Yes. I do have one important clip that I feel is important to play. Since the Biden camp? Campaign. is in the news. And this is the boys the something from the Koran Joe Biden repeated use your hands. Your time shouldn't From the Hadid's. What do you know about that? I don't know anything about. We did play the game we analyzing it on the show. Yeah. But what I didn't hear was the analysis brought by ion here she ali. She was Tucker Carlson I'd like I here Xiali I know her she She emigrated to the Netherlands I from rally famous very famous. She's one of the most influential women in the world to think Time magazine usually list. and I know we're through the the La Lesbians if you remember those guys. Those. It'd be interesting. What does she have to say? He was the L. A. Jewish lesbian ring a bell. Well, she was surprised shocked odd and somewhat outraged by what Joe said, and the fact that no one caught it. The next thing that he says in the clip, which is if you see something wrong and he quotes the Prophet Muhammad Than. Use. Your hand. If, you can't use your hand, use your tongue, and if you can't choose your tongue, the news, your heart what he's basically doing from that point onwards is enforcing Sharia law. And Vigilantism on series. It's like you know we've seen if you're a Muslim you grew up within Islam, you're trying to reform its. You're just a good American Muslim. You have been confronted with former vice president and. I would say a candidate for. A major political party whose basically saying lesson false sharia law. But I don't know who these words in his mouth and I'm alarm and I absolutely cannot believe that in the twenty twenty Joe Biden is commanding and forbidding wrong meaning he is enforcing Sharia law I understand that Joe Biden doesn't know what he's doing because I think most Americans don't, but he does have a campaign team. He has a team of people who will say this is what you can say. Joe. Biden should come out and apologize and apologize profusely to the American people and specially to those American Muslims who have adopted and embraced the foundational principles of America. Basically someone slipped it in. Yes I and he said in that speech that he wants to bring more Muslims on board he probably did the same thing that Obama did ended up with a bunch of Muslim Brotherhood types rash radicals in the administration because of Biden would was in that administration he probably moved a few of them over both and he's clueless disguised. He is the danger to the country. She's GonNa try not forty seconds she'll translate directly into what that what that peace means and in this video, what he has done is he's putting himself at least these people. Who I think of the Muslim Brotherhood radical Islamists. they have him endorsing an enforcing Sharia visual anthem? I mean think about it. You have people who are Muslims call when they when they stopped talking about. And Forcing Sharia law. Should we use when you talk about the hand? Is it? Is it firearms. Is it improvised? Explosive Devices think about the two brothers. Who went and use their mothers pressure cooker too. Hot People during the Boston Marathon bombings in two, thousand, eight, hundred, eighteen. That's the kind of thing and if you don't know what you're talking about, you shouldn't do it. There you go. That to me is a big deal. There's a lot of there's a few others I thought I clipped one of them. I'm thinking about it probably didn't there's a number of an analysts that are bringing this up. By Nicole doesn't know what tails going on. So what do you what what said? Sharia Sharia laws that would like the hit gear. Look here's the deal come on. Come. And Sharia Law. Look. So I have my last clip is this. This isn't a NPR again, getting great material from Yeah I can tell now this is this is just a little common at the end because this is the stupidest report I have ever heard on NPR and you'll realize what when you hear the report why think this? Let's H. One B. Analysis. This is the indicator from planet money on June twenty second president trump issued an executive order to restrict certain types of immigrants and temporary foreign workers from coming to the US. Now, this order applied to future immigrants not to people who are already here or those would already been approved to move here and the rationale given by the president was with so many Americans out of work right now, he did not want more people from other countries competing with Americans for the available jobs and the executive order was consistent with the president's broader agenda of limiting immigration to the US Nike. Peters is an associate professor of political science at Ucla and she. Says there was one thing about the executive order that she found really surprising unlike the trump administration's earlier changes to immigration, which had largely focused on restricting so-called low skilled immigration. This new executive order also targeted visas for highly skilled workers and specifically is Maggie explains the order suspended new H. One B. Visas. Those are the visas would often go to foreign workers in the US tech sector. The government had previously begun scrutinizing H. One B. Applications more than it had before, and that had made it more complicated to apply for them. But this order temporarily suspends granting H. One BS whether with just a few exceptions but when you think about the Workers who are coming into the tech sector. That's not exactly the population that we think about who've lost their jobs right now. We think about any group the tech sector has pretty quickly moved to being able to work remotely. So. She believes this woman from this woman from. UCLA. There it is. She believes that if you work from home and you're a tech worker. threatened. By H. One B. Because you work from home tech sectors adopted to working from home. Thus, if you work from home your job secure when what is she talking about well, this actually. Gave me something to think about? If if half. Of. These tech companies. Have you working from home. Go. Work from your home in India. Or Pakistan, you can dial in it's the same thing. Problem. Solves. Borderline outsourcing but the point is that she says h one B. Detect community has resolved this issue you being replaced you making. Thousand dollars a year and being replaced by a sixty thousand dollar pity on H. One B. Because you're working from home. What is how does this report even air? It's stupid. Ever. Since they got rid of Lee Masters at NPR. Yaro MON EILLY COLUMBINE DISC Jockey name. It's gone downhill and the are they have the billion dollar endowment. That's what that's what league autumn to. Just coasting. And they've probably these these worse than these kids are probably working for free they're interning half of them come through. You know it's hard to make money in that business. but they all have the same boys, which is exactly one. They do have a similar voice all those. There's some very weird voices that have been cropping up. I look forward to more of your NPR reports. They are. They are fun they're definitely for. All right. Yes. Well, would that we're closing the ship down man it's time. Well, over three hours we did have a long first donation segments. That is appreciated. we. Have Nick rat coming up on the. No Agenda Stream. If you're listening live. Show Mixes Professor J. C. J. Jesse coin. Nelson. And I am coming to you from opportunities owned thirty-three here in the capital of the drones star states. is in fact, if you're looking on governmental maps FEMA region number six. Until Sunday in the morning everybody. I'm Adam Curry. Silicon, Valley Jessie Duarte Wow. Could have used a little more. Remember us at divorce dot org slash and a We'll see here on Sunday until then as always audio SMO- foes. And such. Senator Harris said she's proud of her record as prosecutor. In that you'll be a prosecutor president but I'm really concerned about this record. This simply not true. She put over fifteen hundred people in jail for marijuana violations in the laughed about it. When she was asked if she ever smoke marijuana I, am proud of the work. Began Diane Diane I didn't. I didn't. See blocked. With have freed innocent man from death row until the port sports do so that this is simply not true. She kept people in prison on their sentences to use them as cheap labor for the state of California I am proud of the work we did. and. I did it. I'm Joe Biden by. Fifty. People have been killed since two thousand seven when Bernie voted to exempt the gunman a fracture, some liability. 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Send them out Those ballots in send them out in accordance with the instruction ardy outlined by the Ellen. See STAFF CARE MS follows. They're ready to go. The recent not set yet is theoretically people still suspend the roles and at People. Now there will be no suspension handed to add. People think it's okay to send them out to the delegation shares You know I would encourage delegates to listen nominating speeches but I cannot require that. I don't want delay the balloting to the extent the state Want to have the ballots in start. Feeling them out There is a it. Is Now one fifteen austin time we are back in order. GonNa clear up the queue real quickly and then we are going to proceed to the first nominating speeches from the Mons campaign so be ready. We are live streaming. As far as I know on Youtube Cynthia mckinney has endorsed Adam. Coach that is the point of information. There is no nothing in the queue for A. For interrupting motions will now proceed to nominating speeches. The first candidate in order is John. Mons MR fishermen. Please have that start and Miss Desisto. You can keep the time. They have up to sixteen minutes. Mr Mons I promoted you to panelists. Can you tell me your other speakers to promote please? Mr Chairman providing any sort of warning know 'c understood there's a point of privileged. The livestream is not started. That may be on facebook. I don't know Mazdas new livestream on facebook. It's only on Youtube. Where only on Youtube right now? All right Mr Monds. Can you identify your other speakers? Fishman should have the list of speakers. You can just tell them to Ryobi easier for me. Please Halima minds aren't chase oliver in and Page Oliver's done who's lot next one page sexton. Yes is that right yes an myself of course user are promoted so before we start. I keep getting this point of privilege that apparently the youtube livestream is not happening. Can we verify that that is happening? It is happening sir. We are watching it here. Okay Alright so Mr Mons your panelists can start going in. The order would like them to go. And when you start the sixteen minute clock will start accuser. Why are we can hear you okay? Wonderful good afternoon fellow delegates. I am Halima Mons. I am In John Mama's father my teacher in my role model. I'm so proud to be before you today to nominate him. As the Libertarian nominee for president of the United States of America by father has been the rock of our family setting the example of steadfast principle. Ooh Her wavering. He has taught me about love and commitment also about freedom responsibility. He taught me to work hard. Never Stop Learning at the home school student under the tutelage of my father had a well rounded academic I was fortunate to have been able to experience politics through hands on experiences with multiple campaigns including history his history making twenty ten run for governor of Georgia. It is because of him that I learned so much with fixing cars in hydroponics and being crafty. I am proud to be able to say. He's not only my father but in many ways us also my friends insistently reliable is always having the answer. Even when it feels like there isn't one he never fails to encourage me to strive for greatness with all of my passions. I think I speak for all of our family when I tell you that. We are honored to have this Marian in our lives. You're either share with him with you in with the American public. My father is what America needs. I believe that he had the ability to inspire the rest of the country. The way he had inspired me so Volkmann so that he can be for the country everything he has been for me and my family thank you. I yield my remaining time on Monday. Ms Pinch Sexton and I am the current reading to alternate. They will been hearing National Committee. I heard the news that there was a presidential candidate for my region so naturally I was curious. Yawn lines has a resume that speaks for itself. But I'll happily speak for form as well when I first met. Mr Mohan at the Libertarian Party of Tennessee's with region meeting because him in April he solidified his stand with me and he came across as approachable and was open to any and all questions he spoke was radical pursuit of liberty and freedom with an anti platform. That spoke to liberty to my libertarian harp. My Dad he's in all of this wall dress very rapidly and would truth other than sharp. Mister Mind's had a decade long track record with LP and has been one of Georgia's top libertarian boat gathers he was the first african-american Gubernatorial candidate and Georgia and his twenty two nd election received over a million votes. A first her libertarian. Party his articulate intelligence level headed and well-spoken reaches the demographic the ruling party candidates simply hands through his work as Grady County. Nwc President he's able to reach a voter base in donor base nationwide but could easily get us five percents and beyond either longtime member alumni of the Omega say Phi Fraternity One of the largest and most respected historically black fraternities. He can offer US remarkable on campus outreach and access we as a party have left in past years he will eliminate the drugs he will bring our troops home he will cut taxes and stop punishing the poor he will bring us true freedom and liberty you can find the entire anti platform a list of things the government should not be doing at Mons Twenty twenty we ask that you give your votes for the Libertarian presidential nominee to John Minds of Georgia. Thank you for your time and I yield my remaining time to my colleagues good afternoon fellow delegates. I'm honored to be before you today to speak in support of non To speak in support of nomination. John Mons is libertarian candidate. For President of the United States my journey liberty started with John Mons and twenty ten. I was a disaffected Democrat. Who was burned out from the failed promises and the false hopes of the Obama? Two thousand in pain. I didn't feel like Democrats. Represented me and Republicans were actively campaigning across the country to limit my rights. As a gay American. I was politically homeless. Then I learned about John Mom and his campaign for governor. I had never thought of voting third party but his campaign impressed me. He was the first candidate my state's history march alongside the LGBT community. At ATLANTA'S PRIDE FESTIVAL. He spoke to issues that matter to me and other. Georgians and he ran an honorable principle campaign for governor. John Mons Litho IRA of Liberty. And and he can do the same for millions. More Americans. John's doesn't just talk the talk. He walks the libertarian path. He said no to government. Schools took the responsibility of educating children upon himself in that he is a tremendous success. John Mons doesn't just say what people wanted here. He says what needs to be said and the wars now in the failed war on drugs free entrepreneurs from the cumbersome red tape of government. These are the issues he can effectively communicate to the voters and John. Mons has a history of doing just that whether on televised debate or speaking to his local W. C. P. Chapter John Mons is consistently voted the ideas of freedom and liberty as John. Really send a debate. Freedom is a radical idea a we have to share it. John montel share that radicalized. With millions of American voters are presidential nominee John Minds barrier-breaker. As you heard from others in two thousand eight he was. The first libertarian to earn over one million votes in two thousand ten. He made history in Georgia again. By being the first african-american nominee for governor in this unique election. I Trust John to carry the libertarian. Banner there is no question about his education the party to the platform into the fight for freedom in our lifetime as your presidential nominee. John Mons will continue to break barriers for the liberty. He is the only candidate with the ability to unite this entire Party and break the two party system that plagues American Politics John Mons has the unique ability to reach out and unite fellow. Americans were not being represented by the choices of other parties. John Maher can bring libertarianism to the mainstream. Give John Your vote and you will watch him. Make history once again. Cast your vote for John. Mons and he will fight to spread liberty and free this country from the oppressive of government. Thank you a yield. My remaining time is to chair. I accept the nomination to place my name in consideration for president of the United States of America on behalf the Libertarian Party for those delegates who may not have heard from me or about me. I'll give you a little bit of my back story native Detroit after fifteen years. My family and I moved to Florida where graduate graduated high school with honors. From there I moved on to Atlanta Georgia and attended morehouse college. Robert see the banking and finance degree. Moving back to Detroit after work in a few years with an investment firm changed careers and began working at a regional. Airline was in my hometown of Detroit that I met the love of my life my wife Dr Kathleen with her. We've had four children and we decided to move to Georgia back to Georgia and raised them for the past twenty years. I've been a Homeschool de stay at home dad and homeschool parent an in that time. I've had to college graduates. One that you heard from earlier Liba is a second generation libertarian in a college senior at nineteen years of age in Georgia's is where I found the Libertarian Party. For the last fifteen years I've been active from day will in my four previous racist. I've had one point. Eight million votes cast for the L. P. and I don't say that to Brag I say it to inspire other candidates to be involved to those races were ballot access races the maintain that in Georgia. I understand ballot access. I'm involved in federal lawsuit right now to help Georgia hopefully overturn a statute. That has kept our. Us House candidates off the ballot since nineteen forties to Federal Court of Appeals. I've been only Georgia X com for years. I've started local affiliates and from the air in this experience. I'd like to lend my race for president. What do I bring call my race and my candidacy? The total package. I understand what's important understand? Ballot access understand that messaging is key. You don't see any wavering. In my statements on ending the war bring the troops home. The drones home. You don't see any wavering. On ending the income. Tax The drug war and pardons and commutations of nonviolent offenders. Federal Prison. That's what I've done for fifteen years I've been consistent and that's what I want to continue to and I know the plan for me go state by state not in a top down manner. Know dictating what? Everybody needs a once from the candidate but asking those states across the country. What do you need for meeting? How can I help? You're down ballot candidates. How can I help your ballot access issues? That's what I bring to. This race have brought appeal whether it's from the Mesa's caucus or the pragmatic caucus the radical caucus or even the waffle house caucus. And the reason I get that is not only because of my message in how I believe in the party but also because I treat people all people candidates outside of the Party and the Party with respect and I think that's what we all need to do and the message for freedom is so key to me and one of those reasons that I am a descendant of slaves here in Georgia Columbus Morning Ferguson. Who were my inspiration for joining this race in previous races the Party would ask me. Did I WANNA run? Could I help but in this particular race I was inspired by my great grandparents. Because I know how much freedom is important. Not just for me and my family but for yours is well now is the time. We can't revise history and say well. If I lived in seventeen seventy six I would have been one of the revolutionaries if I was living during slavery. Out of been an abolitionist. No we have today and I'm not afraid to bring a strong message. That's clear that one can win. I know what we believe in the platform that we have. We'LL BE POPULAR WITH EVERYBODY. Like it is million spread that message out his mind guaranteed. I'm a candidate you can trust. Been here a long time. I didn't just pop out of nowhere. Now be here even long so I ask for your support. I ask for your vote if I'm not your first choice. Let me be your second and I'll make sure to do proud. Website is monster twenty twenty dot com. And I look forward to representing this party in a way that will make us grow with membership votes and success. And I you back my time. Thank you Mr Cheer. Thank you Mr Mons speakers for Mr Mr. Martens name is placed in nomination To answer many of the points of privilege I am attempting to make it so that the screen share is not done when the presenters are. I'm placing on spotlight video as they speak. I cannot control how people zoom clients display people. But we're doing the things on our end to try and highlight the speakers different. Zoom clients have different view options? And I there's only so much I can do. Thank you Mr Mons will next move to the speakers for MR CO cash Mr Fishman if you need to verify who is presenting in when and how I have the video ready Mr Fishman. You have the video of this heartless. I get all right Mr Let me just one second. Mr Hicks from South Carolina has a point of order. Going TO RECOGNIZE Mr Hicks from South Carolina. I'm not sure what point of order would be applicable right now but we'll find out with the chair. Thank for recognizing me. I'm not reported borders. The right words but Could you please direct all of the panelists? To mute their microphones during these speeches. It's insanely rude that I'm hearing phones paying while some of these nominees are trying to speak that. That is a point of personal privilege. I will request that at every panelist mute themselves and if you are able to if you are a speaker after you're done speaking please mute yourself and will will try and get this done so with that. Believe we are going to move forward to the cash nominating time of also be promoted. Mr Co cash to panelist so that he can direct things after video plays okay. Can we verify that whoever needs to be promoted to analyst is also Mr Fishman The supreme campaign has nominators that need invitations. I think you have gotten a request for that. And we'll take care of it before those speeches. Come up yes Mr Koch. Are there other people that you need? Promoted to panelist videos. Fine thank you sir. Should I start playing charing? I believe so. We don't have sound mishear. Los Alright I all. I know how to do is share. If it sound doesn't come through then I do not have the technological can for that that would be on Mr Fishman. I Mr Coquettish. We'll have to share it and let's try to let Mr Coquettish share his screen. Mr Co cash go. I've had in trying to play that video and we'll see whether or not the sound comes through. I am not getting sound. Mr Go cash these. Tell MR COOKE CASH W MR go cash. Are you unlimited Mr? Seth Levy says he knows the solution as an FYI. I. Mr Fishman Okay Mr Levy. If you can solve the problem let's get that problem solved. Yes you have to. It's not you have to kind of prepare for it. But here's a video sharing option within zoom and that is the most effective way to do it just sharing. Your screen is not going to work properly. Who can take care of this? If I have the video I can share it all right. So Mr Fishman. Can you please get the video to Mr Levy so Mr Lee Sheridan? I did not have to nominate. Miami's allied you guys rally talent. All right go back to the beginning. Mr Co cash is going to play the video. Here we go. My name is alive. 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Stop your video. Alright Mr Fishman doctor. Jorgensen can you tell me the names of the people who promote please? I'm sorry can I tell you? The name sweat of their speakers bring up onto the stage. Yes steep DOS spock. Would you like the order? Just okay give me just a minute. Police Steep dos. Spock Elizabeth Brierley Darryl Perry Laura Abdi Sam Rob and then me get those Mr Fishman. A done got them all all right. So all of those people are panelists. Believe said Mr Dazs Bach is I so we will start with Mr Zuma's bark and sixteen after new the daas back and nominate Dr Joe Jorgenson for President of the United States served Chair of the Libertarian. Party from Nineteen Ninety three to nineteen ninety eight the great honor of introducing Joe to the Nineteen ninety-six National Convention as nominee for vice president all vice presidential not presidential nominee. Harry Brown has a unique ability. To present libertarian ideas. In ways that average voters can understand and relate to while remaining true to our principles that unwavering commitment to principle is why she was endorsed in nominated. Our party's founder. Lake David Nolan. I saw that in that campaign Joe's public commitment outreach and party growth I saw how effective she wasn't interviews as an ambassador for liberty. That's why I decided to join her. Twenty twenty presidential campaign as their fulltime volunteer campaign manager jealous committed to sharing all the data collected inner campaign donors campaign donors supporters. Press context. Research with the Libertarian Party. In real time so the benefits flow to our state and local parties as well as our down ballot candidates. That's something that. None of our recent presidential campaigns have done. Joe Is committed to ensuring that we are on the ballot in all fifty states and doing what it takes to retain ballot access. She will run a national campaign focusing resources on national advertising outreach and for the benefit of all of our affiliates candidates looks forward to campaigning to support our downtown ticket candidates across the country everyone currently on Jones campaign team rejoining her campaign if you honored her with the nomination all are committed libertarians. We welcome the involvement of all Libertarians. No matter who supported for the Nomination Unified Party is the key to a successful campaign. Joe Is the candidate. Who WILL UNIFY OUR party? She's principal and practical. She provides a stark contrast to trump and by local Greenville newspaper described Gel as rose between two thorns after a televised debate. In one thousand nine hundred ninety two campaign for Congress an apt description one that applies even more to trump by Jorgenson rice. All delegates please join me a nominating Dr Joe Johnson for President of the United States. Whoever's next to just go? George should be speaking right now and. I'm after her so I will just go ahead and give my speech. And hopefully this can be sorted out Good Afternoon Libertarians. I'M DARRYL W Perry. I've been a life member of the Libertarian. Party for a dozen years and I'm the twenty twenty libertarian nominee for governor of New Hampshire like to think that I represent the libertarian wing of the Libertarian Party and as a member of the platform committee I helped add a plank opposing the death penalty and another supporting liberty for sex workers and their clients. Dr Joe Jorgenson supported that plank and indeed. She supports the entire platform after three consecutive presidential cycles. Where the candidates promoted their own platform. Doctor Jorgensen gives us a chance to nominate someone who supports our platform. She can do that. While also uniting the disparate factions of the party Doctor Jorgensen got a be rating from the radical caucus and the endorsement of the Pragmatists Caucus. Dr Joe Jorgenson is clearly the one candidate who can bring us together. Some Libertarians are concerned about which presidential candidate can get us ballot access or presidential. Dominique can't do that on her own. Many states like New Hampshire require us to score big numbers from down ballot. Candidates actually only thirteen states only required numbers from the presidential candidate and the presidential candidate who can unite. The party will help down ballot candidates like myself because many of the presidential volunteers will then get involved to help state and local candidates momentum the presidential level builds momentum all the way down the ticket with these thoughts in mind. I feel great pride and excitement to nominate Dr. Joe Jorgenson to be the Libertarian. Presidential nominee in twenty twenty. And I urge you to support her as well. If Senator F- key is in here as a panelist you should go ahead and go. Please Mr Fishman. Do you have Senator Analyst I did not I apologize okay. She is now a panelist. All right okay thank you me it. Rejoined me okay. Thank you place to rising supported the nomination of Joe Jordan for president as a recovering politician. Now working for the Platte Institute. One of the things I've learned. Is that bold vision is not enough old. Vision can only become reality. When actionable steps that will lead us to the with actionable steps that will lead us to the vision. We must offer leadership. They can point us in the direction. We wish to travel and a leadership must find ways of walking us step by step in that direction as they bring others to our way of thinking to walk alongside of us. I believe that Joe. Jorgenson has both the bold vision and the practical temperament to recognize that regaining. All loss. Liberty won't happen overnight. Just as liberty wasn't lost overnight but the working toward our ideal is something that we can do today and every day. Key reasons the libertarian pragmatist caucus endorsed Dr Jordan Johnson or her commitment to maintaining ballot access to helping down ballot candidates and expanding. Our Party's appeal to the larger population. A libertarian officeholder is not beholden to the Dogma of one of the old parties. She can use the bully pulpit to bring in supporters for her agenda from both of the old parties. We need a libertarian. President to cure the dysfunction in Washington and to attract people around the country to the message of more freedom. Not less less government. Not More. Please join me in supporting Dr Joe Jordan. Okay Dan believe I'm becks. Jordan's you can confirm that. I'm sorry if I who Sam Rob next. Yes he can start. Thank you Sam Rob here and from Samra Twenty twenty anymore. But I'm here to let you know that over the course of the past year. I've had a chance to speak with and get to know my fellow candidates I have of necessity played close attention to their as well as their words and way the policies and positions and learn from all of them I think. Joe Jorgenson has a character class and experience. We need to communicate our principles to the American people. That's why at this point. I'm endorsing Joe Johnson and asking you to vote for her as our presidential candidate. Let's go Joe Thank you. Thank you for that. Rob And thank you so much delegation. It's an honor to be here. I am I am honored to be amongst everybody who has run for Authors and say I'm Iran. Great Race it was. I enjoyed seeing you so I'm running for president because government is too big too bossy. Too Nosy and way too truce. It and worst of all. It hurts the very people it tries to help. I'm also running because I have two children and a grandchild I myself am the CIA a grandchild of immigrants. It was my grandmother who instilled in me a love of our country because she knew what it was like to grow up in a place without our freedoms. When I was young she spent many hours telling me about how great our country is. And how in the old country? It didn't matter how hard you worked. Everyone got the same. How in our country you came work more and keep the extra you can get further and have a much better life for your family. I'd like to make a couple of points about my grandmother's background. I you might think that her stories were told from some large house in some gated community. After coming here for untold riches now she and my grandfather actually retired to a trailer. Well mobile home as seed like to correct me but it was a wonderful community. She thought that living in her mobile home in our country was much better than living in her old country. Because here she had freedom the other point you might think that she came from communist Russia or some other country but no she came here from Denmark. The sad thing now is our country does look a lot boy Denmark and it did not grandmother moved here. My grandmother was running away from Denmark while our politicians are running toward it. I'm running for president because I want to leave the legacy of America to my grandchildren. Not The legacy of Denmark. I want grandchildren to grow up in the kind of in the kind of country that my grandmother did here in America for one thing a country. That's the immigrants. So that people like my hardworking grandparents can move here a country in which my grandchildren can work extra and keep most of the extra. And here's what's ironic. My other. Grandfather emigrated from Sweden. His family also moved to America for Freedom. And now look at what we have. People in Sweden are now able to move about freely while here in America. Were all under house arrest as president. I want to return our country to the place my grandparents moved to move to. I will champion legislation to end the federal income tax and to cut spending accordingly. Each American family will have back on average about twelve thousand dollars a year money. They can used to put a down payment on a house or mobile home. Pay Off credit cards or help. A family member need end. The income tax will result in millions of new jobs. So it doesn't just help the people who are earning the money it helps underprivileged minorities others who are looking for a job America has been at war for eighteen years. This must end now as president. I will immediately order our troops. Home and dramatically downsized military. Spending America will be one giant. Switzerland armed and neutral will end the horrendous casualties of war and the risk of terrorism will go down and miracle will be at peace with the world. The war on drugs has caused much more human suffering than the actual drug use. It's time for a drug piece as president. I will pardon and free nonviolent prisoners convicted of so-called crimes where there is no victim on day one drug gangs will go out of business. Our streets and our homes will be safe again. The land of the free will no longer lead the world in incarceration blowers government crimes in corruptions must be protected not persecuted on day. One I will pardon and Free Edward Snowden Julian assange Chelsea manning and Ross Oberg social security Medicare and Medicaid should never have been enacted Salah but proposing to end them abruptly pulling the rug out from the in the sick or dependent on will get US nowhere. It's not fair to the people who were forced to pay social security all their lives. The they were taken the choice to keep their retirement. Money was taken away from them on day. One I would allow taxpayers to immediately opt our social security and rapidly selloff government assets. So that the people who paid in for forty fifty sixty years. We'll have something one thing I'd like to. Address is the myth that we have a free market health care system. We don't bats. Weiss costs have skyrocketed Democrat. Barack Obama made things worse under obamacare. Then Republicans sold out the American people when they refused to repeal obamacare as president. I will work with Congress to unleash a truly free market. No one will even want Medicaid when free and low cost alternatives are here everywhere. We will have more options free clinics for the poor will about and we'll have A. We'll have convenience so mothers can take their children to a clinic at eleven o'clock at night and not put up with emergency rooms. Here's my message to American. Keep all if you want an alternative to donald trump or Joe Biden. I offer you that choice. I ask for your vote to be the libertarian nominee for president. Let's roll this party. Let's give voters a bold choice for freedom. The same freedom that night my grandparents came to this country for thank you so much I would appreciate. You voting me voting for me for the presidential nomination and I'm very honored again to be among the people who are qualified. Thank you thank you. Dr Jorgensen. Johnson's name is placed in nomination. The next nominee is Jacob Hornberger I have some points of order Emerson Privilege. Analysts should do their best to either disabled video. If they're going to be offscreen or not paying attention while the speakers are happening Is Mr Hall? Burger panelists Mr Fishman apologizing Nazis to Hornberger in the rule of these sent him a link mmediately right so Mr Hornberger needs to get the link. I am a point of personal privilege from California delegate Gaetano Taibbi had a tunnel taibbi sugar visits. Actually Elizabeth Brierley apology. Is We have technical issues. So is smart presences. I'm using DI TANAH NON crashing. Pc likes to be able to give my Joe Jordan Johnson. Seconding speeches possible How long has it? It's about two minutes It go is Taibbi account made into a analysts so that you can have video you should be able to have video Ms Brierley. You'd be able to go forward. You just need to start the video and unmoved is Brierley. If you're on that account you should have been promoted to analysts. You should be able to on mute yourself and start the video. I think I found it. I was following the complying with some instructions in that. Got Me in trouble not yours. Zoom Okay can you hear me yes we can hear you excellent thanks everyone. I'm Elizabeth Brierley a Libertarian Party. Life member tax cut activist editor and I had the honor of working with both the Libertarian National Committee and the Independent Institute Dr Joe. Jorgenson is an accomplished businesswoman entrepreneur and senior lecturer Clemson University. She appeals to a broad range of voters in personality types. She's a wife a mother and grandmother. She's hockey player and a runner her drug of choice bourbon and her firearm choices in AK forty seven she relates well to men and women business owners independent voters parents concerned about their child's education the elderly and of course anyone who leans libertarian. It's not uncommon for Libertarians at a state convention to save their wives. Who AREN'T NECESSARILY LIBERTARIAN. Found Joe to be the most appealing candidate I can relate to her. They say lays out bowled libertarian proposals that everyday voters can understand and she's laser focused on what voters really care about jobs. Healthcare taxes education war the environment and justice just wholesomeness is a refreshing contrast to President Donald Trump and democratic nominee Joe Biden who've been dogged with me to scandals and unlike trump and biden both of whom have been co-opted by big government powers. That be joe is running to bring down those powers Jamaica. Americans free a woman of Intelligence Grace and tenacity. Joe Is committed to our platform offers practical solutions to problems Americans face. How will a libertarian agenda benefit every family in America Dr? Joe Jorgenson is Neil Libertarian candidate. Who will show them how? And if elected will reliably advanced out agenda as president of the United States. Thank you Mr Chair thank you MS Brierley. I do not see Mr Hornberger. There has been a request for a fifteen minute recess from Kentucky de Ken Moment. I believe with US trying to get Mr Hornberger connected. It would be appropriate to take a fifteen minute recess at this time. 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I have ever known which is why our Party awarded him the Thomas Paine Award for excellence in Advancing Libertarianism. Yonder stands our philosophy and principles any stands for what is right this year. We Libertarian. Have a tremendous opportunity. The American public is fed up with both Republicans and Democrats their total disregard for the constitution. Both of them have sunk drastically with their embrace of the welfare warfare. State that has destroyed our freedom and wellbeing both Democrats and Republicans which are really one and the same when it comes to promoting government interference in the economy and usurping individual rights are imploding. Both Democrats and Republicans. Continue to argue with each other over. How all this government control should work. Americans are looking for something else we libertarians. Are that something else. There has never been a better opportunity to promote freedom and individual liberty. This is why we. Libertarians must nominate the best libertarian candidate we have to be our ambassador and share our beliefs. The best possible light in order for Americans. They hear us in both for us. Jacob Hornberger is that person has been vocalizing. Principal Libertarian positions consistently for over thirty years. Jacob can and will articulate our beliefs in a way that can be accepted by all Americans. We have the greatest opportunity in our parties forty nine year history to advance liberty in our lifetime. Now is the time for the Libertarian. Party to put forth to the American people a genuine qualified candidate for president of the United States. One Who is totally committed to liberty into the principles of a Free Society? We need and must nominate the candidate who can share our principles with our fellow. Americans. That person has Jacob Hornberger Fellow Libertarians. I respectfully second the nomination and ask you to vote. For Jacob G. TO BE THE LIBERTARIAN party candidate for president of the United States. A you of my day. Hi Angela. Mcardle those Amino me know that. I spend the majority of my time convincing people to join the Libertarian party through outspoken activism and personal outrage when Lou or disillusioned. Libertarians. Asked me why they should get involved with the party. I tell them about Jacob Porn burgers campaign. I wholeheartedly second Jacob Hornberger for president. He's articulate passionate an unapologetic in his advocacy for liberty. Right now we are living through a historic time like no other. Our government has stripped us of our rights in a way that rivals emergency wartime measures in twenty twenty this year. We're lodges campaigning. Against Biden and trump. We're campaigning for the very foundation of this party. And the most basic essential components of liberty never has the mission to change the hearts and minds of the people of this nation been so critical really a candidate. Lake Jacob who will lead this party in charge for freedom no more apologizing for views on immigration or desire to dismantle the socialist policies that are swallowing this country whole. We need a candidate with enough backbone to advocate for financial and personal freedom. We need a candidate who understands the issues at our southern border. There is no better candidate than someone like Jacob who grew up in a border town speak Spanish and has employed my workers on his farm. Personally we need a candidate like Jacob who will declare that we need to we. Should we must bring our troops home. This should not be negotiable. Point for any libertarian. We need a candidate. Who UNDERSTANDS OUR TRILLION dollar economic crisis? We'd someone who isn't afraid to call out the socialist programs of the left and right and can articulate this to the people this is the kind of messaging that will unite the Party and re unite our passion. For Liberty Jacob is are respectable and radical candidate. He's not afraid to share the controversial commonsense. Facts that the drug war is a failure that acts between consenting adults. No one else's business and that government handouts do more harm than good libertarian. Presidential candidates are our torch bearers. They have a monumental and sacred job ahead of them. They exist to win. Elections educate the public and push the overton window in the direction of freedom. Jacob Hornberger is committed to all of these goals. And that's why I endorse him for President in Twenty Twenty go jacob. Let's start another revolution. Who's North Carolina delegate Thomas He'll honored and humbled to sake it Jacobs nomination for president as a Libertarian candidate? A local candidate. I'm the candidate for County Commission. Hearing the bears county not look forward to like many down. Ballot candidates look forward to joining Jaco and going door to door shoulder to shoulder with him to the most the poorest minority neighborhoods in in communities in my county just light Jacob Hornberger did along with vice presidential candidates Fight Cohen when they came to Wilmington North Carolina actually bear to go into neighborhoods where police and angels fear to tread. I'm a little biased. But I believe in my heart and I know in my head. This campaign Jacob Burgers team is the best equipped hit the ground running post nomination. We didn't wait to win the nomination to start putting together our team and I'm excited to announce today got off the phone earlier. Who Thought Mary Ru Art? And should Jacob wins nomination. She'll be joining our staff. Not only as an adviser also to travel go have with Jacob until American people the Eagles of the FDA thank about the environment we live in with the CO via nineteen crisis. We're living in who better to have on your team to Doctor Mary. Art Make sure that this candidate and his campaign is prepared to go into a very hostile environment. This is a town where Dr Hornberger and whoever the presidential nominee is with the Hail Mary rule they make a great team. And who better to have helping you get across what we know in our family to be true leterrier. Newsham is the most compassionate philosophy for humanity. It what better to have the author of heal our world sailor nar campaign help us to him as bad so. I wish you would join me. My Fellow Libertarian Party members friends and more importantly by Libertarian Party family in honoring Jacob Hornberger with this twenty twenty nomination is so coveted by so manny thank you so much Mr Chairman delegates to the Twenty Twenty Libertarian Party National Convention. I respectfully accept this nomination to be. The Twenty Twenty Libertarian Party candidate for president of the United States with a welfare warfare. State both Democrats. Republicans have damaged or destroyed our lives liberty peace prosperity morals conscience and health they have inflicted and continued to inflict massive death and suffering on countless people around the world with our invasions bombs assassinations sanctions and coups. They have destroyed. The greatest economic system in history. Economic Liberty Involuntary Charity with a Socialist Welfare state system that is severely damaged ability to accumulate. Savings led by their two immoral and bankruptcy producing socialist programs. Social Security and Medicare both of which are funded by coercive income taxation brutally enforced by the IRS evil tyrannical agencies in the history of our country. Their welfare state has damage people's faith in freedom themselves others free markets and voluntary charity while also inculcating a mindset of fearful dependency on government largest their welfare state is damaged our sense of genuine compassion and care for people that can only come from the William Involuntary Hearts Afri Individuals Are Free. People can always be relied upon not only the generate massive personal financial savings but also to take care of parents grandparents the poor and others in need on a purely voluntary basis their welfare roofers status. Saddle Americans Twenty Five. Trillion dollars in debt and one hundred fifty trillion unfunded liabilities which especially burdens the poorest people in our society there centrally planned so fluid healthcare system is brought financial bankruptcy that countless Americans especially the poor and the middle class through soaring health care costs as well as unnecessary death. Suffering and tyranny and oppression to our land as part of the corona virus crisis they have destroyed the finest monetary system in history with their Federal Reserve and if plundered and looted people for decades through monetary debasement wiping out the savings of indigent widows and widowers and other people on fixed incomes. They have destroyed. Liberty and privacy were evil immoral deadly violent corrupt destructive and racially bigoted were on drugs as exemplified by Michael Holmes a black man in North Carolina. Who's now serve thirty years of two hundred year jail sentence for a non violent drug offence? They have brought death suffering in a police state with their immoral social system of immigration controls as exemplified by the bodies of a young father in his three year old daughter recently found on the shores of the Rio Grande as well as their police state highway checkpoint. That's the poor dark skinned Hispanic Americans who are traveling inside the United States too intrusive personal searches worst of all they converted are limited government republic to a national security state with totalitarian powers. One that subjected many unsuspecting poor people to horrific drug experiments we. Libertarians are the only ones who can lead America out of this horrific Ross. We're the light of freedom and conscience that China. Through this darkness of death suffering socialism tyranny coercion and oppression into which both Democrats and Republicans have plan star nation. We need to bring all the troops home from everywhere and restore America's founding foreign policy of non interventionism we need to dismantle America's welfare state and restore America's founding system of economic liberty free markets and voluntary charity we need to recapture the genuine sense of Karen. Compassion for others they can come only out of the willing. Involuntary parts of individuals guided by religious and moral considerations and the exercise of individual conscience rather than the gun of an irs agent or the banality of a welfare state. Bureaucrat we need to restore faith and family values and the freedom of children to honor mother and father on a purely voluntary basis. We need to restore faith in people to take care of seniors in the poor the needy and the disadvantaged on a purely voluntary basis we need to separate healthcare in the state and restore our founding system of a free market health care system. We need to end the Fed and establish a sound money. Free Market Monetary System. We need to restore religious moral and freedom principles and caring compassionate to our land by opening the borders to the free movement of goods services and people especially the poor who are seeking to sustain or improve their lives through labor. We need to legalize drugs. All of them and leave drug treatment in the private sector. We especially need to empty our prisons of the thousands of African Americans and others who are rotting away in jail for nonviolent drug offenses we need to dismantle the Income Tax and the IRS whose political plundering and stealing finance their welfare warfare state. We need to free the American people to show the world how a free people bring economic prosperity personal savings in genuine caring compassion to a society by voluntarily. Helping those in need we need to dismantle the national security state and restore our nation's founding governmental system of a limited government republic. We'd just basic military force whose only mission is to protect the United States. These are the things we need to do to achieve our goal of a Free Society. We Libertarians the only ones who can lead America to freedom. Genuine charity and compassion. And there's about one way to do that. To the application of our libertarian principles. That's why I entered this race to be your twenty twenty presidential candidate. I want to be a free in my lifetime. I want everyone to be free in my lifetime. I want to restore the as most prosperous and most charitable caring Compassionate Society in history to achieve freedom. We must act with courage steadfastness. Perseverance and determination I say let's wage a bold and aggressive campaign against these people. Democrats and Republicans alike who have destroyed our liberty and our wellbeing and who have inflicted so much damage on the exercise of conscience and the genuine caring compassion. They come with a free society. We are the Party of principle. Let's be bold. Let's run a campaign of principle for the Party of principle. Let's lead American. The world to the highest reaches of freedom peace prosperity care compassion health and harmony that mankind has ever seen Mr Chairman and delegates to the twenty twenty L. P. National Convention. It is one of the greatest honors of my life to accept this nomination to be your candidate for president of the United States. I also want to take this opportunity to endorse Spike Cohen as vice president spike and I went door to door in the poorest African American new Neighborhoods IN WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA. Getting unbelievable positive reaction from every person we talked. He is one of the most dedicated committed. Principal Libertarians Libertarian. Who's willing to walk the walk? That's the kind of person we need as vice president. Thank you so much thank you. Mr Hornberger Mr Hornberger name will be placed in nomination I will if the body will indulge me a point of personal privilege. I would like to thank the Tarrant County Libertarians. The lovely note that they sent to my wife and I Much-appreciated the next presentation will be from judge. Jim Gray Mr Fishman. Do you have the panelists lined up. judge Hubert. Okay is is the just going to be a presentation? Magnus we do not have sound Mr Fishman Judge grades teams on it. Let's see if we can get that fixed try again everybody. Welcome to the -Tarian nominate today and we will be nominating. Our presidential and vice presidential candidates right. Now they're awesome was starting at right now. We WanNA talk about our presidential candidate. This important have many people who WanNa talk about this first stop. We are actually in. Let Me Jack. We are here in Tennessee. Coming from Tennessee Ryan Jenkins go ahead. Ryan Hello My name is Ryan. Yes I am just twelve years old. I own crowd or member of the Liberal Party of Tennessee and one does Jim. Carey's biggest supporters. I am very politically involved and I have my own podcast drugs. Gramer baits me every day to stay involved and keep going in spite of the fact. I am not old enough to vote. He has shown me that I can make a difference. Judge is the only candidate looking to the future and how he can use his position to help the next generations delegates. I ask you to support as he won't be great liberals on the National Ticket. Who Will Inspire? The next on of rebelled Syrians. Thank you line yes. I'm so glad to hear that. Of course we need to make a difference. You're right and I really hope that we can this year. They're more people WANNA talk. Keep going if I could. I'm now going over to California. California GonNA speak to Chris Rufer River. Please go ahead. Chris Rover. I've been a lifetime number of the neutering partying for my entire adult life and personal financial supporter of many libertarian candidates for many hours. I nominate George Rain for a presidential candidate. Why CAN'T KENNEDY OR FIVE-FOLD? I their understanding and commitment to our libertarian of the loss of second their personal and speaking of presentation as Incredible Messenger of our philosophy as well as someone cares about people that they think clearly exhibited caring about able third prospects for fundraising for both small large donors fourth. They're building at equipment to devote full time to this campaign. The best current an perspective name recognition. The selection of Judge Jim Grain based on these factors will one shirley result advancing libertarianism and to provide us with them. Best chance a winning this election. Thank you a perfect. Yes clear reasons as to why and why we want someone soon to have a chance at victory actually win great. I could not have said that. Better myself the still smoke callers grabbed if I could another this actually Texas now a former down ballot cabinet lauren. Dorothy Lauren please go ahead. Hello my name is Lauren. Dorothy and I nominate Judge Jim Gray two years ago I ran for local traditional position campaign twin peaks shootings a couple of years earlier when the local judge violated the constitutional rights of nearly two hundred years. I was the only hand in its challenged incumbent and I was proud. That the Libertarian. Party took the stand with me. Our campaign slogan was that everyone's rights matter with the emphasis on everyone's during this campaign judge. Jim Gray was very supportive of very helpful. He helped coach me on the judicial system and campaigning. He's been hours talking with me. About crucial topics donated to my campaign endorsed me and encouraged me. He did all the things that candidates down ballot need for more experienced. Campaigners party leaders. Jim Gray was invaluable. Me and my campaign who we nominate for president sets the tone for many things those now in for years of the future. Judge Jim Gray. Supportive of my bid for local office two years ago and I'm confident. He will use his position as our presidential nominee to support our candidates down ballot in two thousand twenty. Yes Lauren. I'm happy. You said that you know people like you. Down ballot candidates critical. This is part of A. We do this to support down ballot candidates across the country. Absolutely so I'm very happy that I have somebody here today. Somebody next up. Who very important to me personally. Someone who's helped me to become libertarian. The first place so known me Many years ago now we're heading over to Mexico. Yes the one. And the only the amazing governor Gary Johnson. Please go ahead you. All the Libertarian Party. Gave me a chance as your nominee in two thousand twelve and two thousand sixteen and for that. I am forever grateful in two thousand twelve. My running mates as you're all aware was Jim. Jim is one of the best human beings I've ever known. Honest truthful smart hard working accountable former Superior Court judge in California Libertarian candidate for US sentence in California. If you make human bray or nominee. I guarantee no one will work harder. To grow the Libertarian Movement and with that I proudly put his name in the hat to be the libertarian nominee for president in two thousand twenty. Yes governor absolutely honesty transparency. A good person over things we need at the top of the ticket. I agree completely. We all WanNa make sure that we are effective as possible so now let me go to the man of the hour The person who all of us have been taught about the person who should be at the top of our ticket the man himself judge Jim Gray. So you've seen the candidates it's all or nothing. That's your desire. Want to strike forward and this that and the other thing right now you have all of the other candidates to address if you want someone different if you want somebody. That has a plan. You have only judge jewelry. We're going background. I have that Libertarian. Strength throughout my life in fact back when I was in law school I saw something that was wrong. Mixing support our troops into Cambodia and I'd let him peace march from USC campus to the steps of city. All of Los Angeles. We build twenty thousand letters to President. Demanding gets our troops out of Cambodia when I was a judge own for nine years. Nineteen Ninety two. I saw something that I know most raw. Yes I was a foreign drug warrior. But I knew that drove prohibition and failed us and I held a press conference judges. Don't do that but I hold press conference saying that. This isn't working. Anything would be better than this go. Came forward yes but I'm still here and sometimes things are more important than job security. Also sure that there is in fact a libertarian strength. In addition to that I was number Terry and caring and that will do when I was in the Peace Corps. Ob Louis you'll come land hannity small town in Costa Rica and I wasn't hearing the Peace Corps and learn from now they learn from me. Okay so background. A Strength Libertarian Cherry. But there's more there's creativity I would see problems in my in my job. For example I started the first drug court in the country within six months by taking bench back in nineteen eighty four where I saw. Alcohol related offenses were just not being addressed. Were putting people in jail and the rest of that not addressing the problems so yes I put that in. I received a letter for example from the woman. Dear Judge Great. I was going to divorce my husband. You'd get in to be responsible with the children. But now he's hundred program thanking with getting me my husband about that sort of creativity pure core where we actually addressed in fourteen different high schools in Orange County. Know where I live. We actually address limousine issues and spread the message about mentoring not only to the subject but also to the jurors and also to about fifty more students. I took that message does lessons and actually turned it into musical. It's called Americans all I'm proud of it. Being performed by high schools and colleges you can see some of the music on Judge Jim Gray Dot com go see Americans all. I'm proud of that. So I am libertarian. Once yesterday I am today and I will be tomorrow back in two thousand and four. I was overturning candidate for us. Senate David Millns. The mass assistance more founder. That's the system with me on that campaign and I'm proud to say as you probably know I was deliver Terry and vice-presidential candidate two thousand twelve. The Governor Johnson proud in addition been writing a blog for about two five pariser. It's called two paragraphs for liberty. And now I've turned that into a book as well just at the end of two thousand and nineteen aggressor limiting solutions. That are practical effect responsible with him. This in the word Libertarian. And by the way long before I entered this race I've donated proceeds of that off to party in addition to the last year. My podcast it's called. All rides. The Libertarian Way. Judge Jim Gray. We bring in mainstream. That weren't -Tarian which is in my part. In addition I've written something called one man's libertarian. White Paper give it to numbers. On down ballot candidates asking feel free to to to any part of an issue with plagiarism. Is Good in that sense. So that's where we are. We are doing this more in fact because we'll have a plan any of the other candidates. Yes we have a plan to win this election starting in the five small space gaining old mental. They're getting press coverage dare will spread to the rest of the country. Hey you see never -tarian candidates in these states getting twenty four and twenty percent twenty to twenty five Pretty Soon Bill Dallas Morning News. It'll be in the Chicago Tribune. That's the plan helped the down ballot candidates and of course help with ballot access. So these are things that we have also been involved since ever since. Nineteen ninety-two mainstream media. Day to call just recently from CBS News. And it's only a writing factor. Twice actually didn't agree with me but invited back on. Abc News specialist. John's docile etc. So these things are valid access. Judge Jim Great very sharp. Will be able to generalize to show to make a campaigning proud to show to your friends. Family you're going. You will help those down ballot candidates when we start campaigning or getting pools certainly help those down ballot candidates as well so we have plans for sunset provision to audit federal agencies to show shine a light so everybody in the country. Be Publicized. Everyone in the country will audit with US news same way. We don't want that that's located. That's a state issue. Shrink with an eye toward abolishing a lot of those those agencies bureau Banana Pairs Department of Education that sort of things. That's what we will be doing so when I can tell you to. The other candidates abolish the I. R. S. S. Would love to do that. We have apprentice called from a crutch to go ladder and this will help. People out of poverty is a perfect. Nobody's Lincoln things so much better and will people see that it's better. They will start same work is. I am a libertarian. Also so we can get eighty percent of the way to the Polish the IRS. Maybe we'll start thinking about going rest of the way. So that's foreign long-awaited leave Libro party. Over terrain candidates change the culture in our country. People will understand. Make accessible libertarian. Never turn on values -tarian principles will proud again to able to present these with you. I think will be proud of what region and so we will fly the party him and fight a country which does voice ray sharp twenty twenty dot com. I'm sure that we will be able to make that happen. So as we promised vow to walk again you can visit us. You can join us. You don't smoke mountains and if you even if you don't we will proud for sharing thoughts and I certainly would appreciate your consideration under support. Thank you to all. Yes you hurt everybody. Many reasons to support judge Jim Gray Make a difference to have a chance at victory with both finance and support to support the Dow ticket to have someone to top of the ticket was both honest and transparent and for me personally one of the reasons why. I'm behind the judge is. He has a plan a plan to make sure we can achieve all those things and on top of it. You understand how important ballot access is to be personally here in New York and across the country for many of you. Ballot access also critical. I want to say thank you for for watching and for listening. Please support the judge. Support this ticket and thank you so much Elisa. I WANNA yield the rest of the times and I think that was the conclusion of the grey reason. Tation judge graves name in nomination of Mr Fishman. Are you prepared with the Alice? Firm Mr Supreme. Mr Supreme has been promoted to panelists Mr Supreme. You tell me who your speakers on. Call to this debate please. Yes Sir I certainly shall be are the amazing ovens. O'brien from the Libertarian Republic. The heroic hold each is from. We are Libertarians. The spectacular Spike Cohen from Muddied Media Ridi affiliations for reference only and do not imply endorsements from said media. Thank you understanding. Those people promoted panelist. Mr John's is analyst. Not See yes. He is a panelist. I believe. I and H. O. D. Y. Got All right Then we will proceed. You guys have sixteen minutes in the order you choose. Go ahead Ladies and Gentlemen Ozzy Brian Thank you. Thank you my fellow Libertarians. For those of you. Who Don't know me. My Name Is Evans Ryan and I'm a delegate from California also longtime party activist a speaker and writer in the Libertarian Circuit and one of people who produces those epic photographs that conventions for the l. p. and liberty conferences around the country in the world. You've probably seen pictures on facebook. A lot of them were black and white and my partner Judson. I have been taking over. A hundred thousand of them. Liberty conferences in the last eight years. We are on a mission with our Pataki to make liberty look good. That doesn't mean by asking you to dress. Nice fix your hair and get the camera angles. Right it's also that changing the way that libertarians perceived and over the last eight years we've retired to make this party look less like star trek convention and more like the vibrant inspirational empathetic and surprisingly diverse group. That it is so if I'm obsessed with making liberty look good. Why would I choose to nominate the man who dresses like? He's homeless and wears a boot on his head. Because it's not just about aesthetics because vermin supreme brings with him a different image of what liberty looks like and that image is one of hope of realism of bravery kindness. See that's what I hope. All Libertarians could be hopeful about the capacity of human beings realistic about their nature brave enough to stand against injustice and kind enough to shine past. The terrible claims that we're heartless. We have a lot of heart. You know it. I know it in. Burma does it. And we need to tell the world vermin. Supreme is a man who has walked the lines at protests de escalating conflicts between p police and vulnerable populations. He is a man who has advocated an amplified voluntary mutual aid to assist those in need. He is a man with a megaphone. Who is not afraid to call out politicians for their policies or their tactics at silencing their opposition he is a man who inspires disaffected people from both major parties countless independence and young people who begin to realize the system does not work for them. Vermin supreme campaign videos have been viewed nearly a quarter of a million times in this week alone. We have six months to tell. The country with liberty can look like viral videos youth activism guerrilla Internet campaigns. These will be helpful in time. We don't even know how many in person events realistic due to global the global pandemic and with the limited budgets are candidates will inevitably have ultimately. We have a choice to make about how we make ourselves heard and what we will stay in this way. We can win whether or not we win. This is not just about the election to the White House but about liberty about electing liberty in the hearts and the minds of the millions of Americans who can see. This is not the way things are supposed to be. Everyone knows the choice between the Democrats and the Republicans isn't a choice. It's a joke though. Duopoly and those who believe in it had been laughing at us for a very long time no matter how serious are candidates have been. It's about time that we prove to them that we are in on the joke with that. I invite you to listen to John's. Thank you so much of and thank you for your time in your delegates. I'm Hodie John's from the wheeler retains podcast statistics. Say That everyone hearing my voice will have a friend or relative commit suicide about ninety percent of you will contemplate it this year. Suicide rates have doubled. Once every twenty seconds someone will end their own life. Our platform states our goal is nothing more or less than world set free in our lifetime. There is a deadline here. And every twenty seconds a lifetime will end unfree and we will fail to meet this goal. It's not just suicide. Depression is rampant. The top reason for heavy drinking and recreational drug use is to escape reality. What is it about reality that we are all literally dying to try and escape? Why is it that we are experiencing record despair in a time when we have rights our ancestors only dreamed of? It's because we address only half of what freedom is freedom is defined as the power or right to act speak or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint. We're all really good about fighting to remove political restraints. But that's only half of this equation. Freedom is not merely getting out of the way it is also giving people the power to be free. It is not just taking obstacles off of the path it is giving them the power to walk that path. They need to hear and see. You are the power. All of the candidates you will choose from are fine with you living how you see fit but only one of them will see you as you are throw glitter on you sing a song about your his friend and celebrate you just being you for all of our talk about political borders. These walls are only built because of borders in our hearts and until those walls come down the walls that divide neighbors will stay up. Tolerance is better than intolerance but it is not good enough people ask. What do you want a parade for being yourself? Because you're gay or black or white or or Christian or Muslim or capitalist or socialist or you like board games or craft beer or barbecues or space travel or time travel or do vegan eating or competitive eating. You think you're special and to that. Vermin answer's yes. You are special and yes let's have. The parade is exhausted. Feeling like who I am and the things I like aren't special. They're special to me and you should feel special to you. Let's celebrate our various identities and activities together. Do you think there's too? Many parades too many fireworks. Too many ponies out. There are libertarian. Message for too long has been one of leaving people alone so that they can be weird alone die alone instead. Celebrate with me live with me. And let's cherish being weird together. We become disaffected disillusioned and disgusted. Man was not made to live this way hell is described. His loneliness and darkness. Heaven is described with feasts music togetherness and light. We are not made to be sad. We are made to have joy dance if you want to sing if you want to study economics if you want to wear a boot on your head if you want to Libertarians. We have tried being irritable miserable principal geniuses for years. It hasn't worked today onward. Let's be something different. Something that works. Cheerful and fun principle geniuses. It is time to tell the world we will not just tolerate since we love your existence and that is why we need vermin. Love him now. Ladies and gentlemen. Let's hear from literally spiked telling thanks. Hoodie hey everybody. My name is Spike. Cohen. And I'm in supremes. Running may the reason. We're all here today to determine who should be our next presidential candidate and if you're like me your biggest concern in deciding who we should choose for. That role comes down to two things who can spread the message of libertarianism. In the clearest and most concise way away that the public will connect with and wanting hear more of and who can earn the most votes for the Libertarian Party. Both for president and for all the down ballot races the answer unequivocally is vermin supreme. The only one who has figured out how to play the government media for the fools they are folks in every election. Move Fall into the same trap that the Republic Rats and their craving media set for us they tell us that if we put up a respectable politician and have them show up and give agreeable interviews and conduct themselves the exact same way that the Republican candidates do that. This time they will give us a seat at the table. And every time we fall into that trap and every time they do what they plan to do all along they subject us to endless grilling and very second. We must speak. They say Aha he doesn't even know what Aleppo means. He can't possibly taken seriously. Voting for a third party candidate is a waste of time. It doesn't matter how respectably we perform because the very second we make even the most slight human error though call us a joke but vermin turns that trump around on them. He loves their desire for something entertaining to get ratings and ad revenue and then he uses it to make them into the joke and show the audience that the republic rats in the media or a waste of time and he him over to our side. I'll give you two examples of him. Jim Doing just that. Every election the New England college convention hosts all of the major presidential candidates for that cycle in Two Thousand Sixteen Donald Trump Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Were there. This year they had Sanders was Warren Tulsi Gabbard and Vermin Supreme. He wasn't just the first libertarian presidential candidate they've ever invited. He's the third party candidate. They've ever invited the invited him because he's hilarious and because the terrorists who helped organize it love him so we showed up. It is usual satirical routine for a few minutes and then he started talking to the audience about Libertarian. Ideas like self ownership non-aggression volunteerism he encouraged to read our platform into our Party. If it resonated with them he got a standing ovation and people signed up for the Party and signed ballot access. Petitions a couple of years later he did an interview with insider magazine a publication with a reach of over eighty million and. He did the same thing mayor. He shared the libertarian message. There are countless stories. Like this that I could tell you. And every single one of them no one else. Running would have had the opportunity to invade the spaces of the duopoly and convert their supporters to our side. And here's why when you need with humor to do two things you draw people into your message and you lowered their cognitive defenses. They aren't listening to some politicians who either bores refunds them. They're either being entertained by sewing finding during an intriguing. They want to know more. What's this all about? And that is when we share on message with them the libertarian message. You Own yourself your life your body your labor and your property and we will stand alongside you and fight against anyone who would try to take those from you. We entertain them get their attention. We intrigued them. And then we convert them we call it boot. Pilling and the Libertarian. Party leadership tell you just how well it works last month. The LT launched a presidential recruitment competition or all of the candidates had a month to recruit as many people to join the party as they could. How did team Supreme Do? We got nearly twice as many new memberships to the party. As every other presidential campaign combined you can go to l. dot org slash grow the L. And see for yourself for him is bringing more people into this party than anyone else. Not BY WATERING DOWN. Our Message Plane Nicey. Nice with the media but by using humor and goodwill to bring in people who have been completely left behind by this disgusting system the system we fight against. We the Libertarian. Party challenged the cult of the lipid state. The idea that government is some all powerful all knowing being is here to protect US care for us and that we simply must obey. Everything will be fine and people immediately know that not to be true. You all living in a dystopia now more than ever with this pandemic that happened. Because for weeks the government wouldn't let healthcare professionals test and treat patients and as a result now the government is telling us which Sir essential or nonessential whether or not allowed to go outside early living for our families whether or not we can live our lives. People already know that something is wrong. They just need someone to break through the media trap to tell them that they already know deep inside they just need someone to start changing the conversation so we can fight back against that Colt Vermin. Supreme is the very personification of that fight in his activism his satire his decades long work to deescalate seat violence his ability to infants infiltrate the duopoly and convert into our side. Vermont is our champion and with our nomination. He will take our Party to. The next level articulate message clearly to a wider arty audience. Bring more people to our Party on movement and earn more votes for our ticket and all of our down ballot candidates than anyone else could my fellow libertarians. I present to you. A man who has devoted decades of his life to libertarian activism. A man who is engaging countless people and bring them hope a man who is inspiring an entire generation to be libertarian. An activist a warrior. My dear friend Mr Vermin Love Supreme. Thank you spike. Thank you ovens. And thank you Hodie. Natural Twenty fellow. Delegates and numbers Libertarian Party in America. I am humbled to be nominated today for the highest the LP can bestow the presidential ticket while we are young party we are a mighty one. And I believe the addition of my personal media savvy outside social media influence together can create something truly memorable. There are many thousands if not millions of disenfranchised left-wing and other voters this year disgusted by the corruption of the DNC and ready to vote against the system of vermin. Supreme Campaign. Can Win those votes over for us. And in many cases already has those voters are not an authoritarians because they have a love for government no anti authoritarians because they see the same failures of government that we do. They see the problems of endless. Wars a militarized police system corporate bailouts oil subsidies and the only political figure has been able to connect with them and present response was Bernie Sanders. We see those same issues and propose solutions based on freedom based on volunteerism ISM and based on love and mutual aid and those voters will come around not just at the ballot box November but will support and grow the Movement for Liberty for generations to come during this campaign alone. I have brought into the party people who are not only supporting other. Party's presidential campaigns. I brought into this party staff from the other parties campaigns who brings a wealth of experience in the strategy and successful growth of campaigns. I have put together a team of amazing people principle libertarians and some not libertarians. Yet across this great country of ours and we have done incredible things and we will continue to do great things and to build the campaign as your nominee our campaign ad you are. The power has been seen over one hundred thousand times just in the last week without any mainstream coverage or paid errands on television in that same short amount of time before this convention will save over two hundred new donations mostly from people outside the party. I fully respect the practice of delegates choosing the vice presidential candidate and if you watched the VP DEBATES. That took place. I trust that you like I will that. Spike Cohen is the correct choice for vice presidents the chemistry the balance in the shared visions of our messaging work very well together and I feel that he eat he is my most workable. Partner is spreading the message of liberty to the rest of the country. Well I can speak passionately on many topics those that I am weaker on. Are those where my partner shines and our voices amplified and strengthened as a ticket in this way. Remember it endorsement for Spike. Cohen is an endorsement for Vermin Supreme. Our party has fantastic candidates running for our nomination this year and I would like to publicly. Thank them and invite them to join my team. If I am blessed to receive your votes I would enjoy nothing. More than a Supreme Coen ticket with Jacob Hornberger economic advisor with John. Mods is John Mons as an outreach coordinator with Dan Berman and Joe Jorgenson as media surrogates. Every single one of our candidates guided the nominee. We do our best to some movement where we stand united and I want to see US leave this first Mr supremo time is up. Please suspect thank you. Thank you together. We can't see a world set free in our lifetime. Thank you thank you. Mr Supreme Your nomination has entered. That concludes the nominating speeches. Thank you to all of the presenters. We will now move to a vote. Votes will be by delegation. We will I would like to us to attempt to have the vote done no later ban three fifty Austin time. That's thirty minutes from now. We will be at ease until three fifty Austin time and people will be available to help with telling process and the voting process I'm going to step away and we will do our best to get the votes done as quickly as possible. I have a point of personal privilege from the Texas delegation. They believe their delegation can be a little longer We're going to find out in about thirty minutes whether or not that's long enough and we will probably take some kind of recess after that first. Round first-round voting is complete. Mr This is Dave Lenghty. Go ahead Mister Valenti from West Virginia not yet a the email that we were seed at To forty eight Libertarian Party presidential ballot first round with longer time limit is that for the parties that have signed up with Dan to do on her diesels. Buddy okay so we'll we'll we'll vote for with this and then we'll send it it it'll come to you'll Sunday results. Yes thank you Sir. Right so we are in voting now delegation vote. 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I'm GonNa Start by taking a point of order from star child from California. Go ahead star child. I think he have sure I've actually been trying to get recognized the multi during the meeting and I don't know that you can see my hand out by. I have not been put in the queue. Ever as far as I know for the entire session My point of order and after that I also went personal. Purplish make but my point of order is that the the balloting was started. Well before all the presidential candidates had spoken and they feel very to the candidates who spoke later I would ask the balloting. We started to put on a level playing field right autumn. I don't know that people able to change their votes or if they are able to know how to do that and it just seems better that it's necessarily be able to to restart now now that everyone's heard all Kansas. I will not be doing that once. Your personal privilege privilege is. I'm not sure that my first vote have been counted There's no I'd never told me. Interface instructions to give the votes as a caller who has a computer doesn't run June peppery. I've been listening on the phone and I've been telling my folks my position in the Party secretary. I've gotten confirmation from either. My also you know the See My base and staff repeatedly is present may be aware we passed days and actually let people know weeks in advance. I had this issue and was told that there would be able to participate but I'm not sure that I missed the most votes Mr Day. They don't know that my today are being countered. I am of clay credential from California Mr Chair. This is the Sheriff California. I could maybe question. Go ahead yes your vote has been counted starch out. Got An email confirmation but you did vote for in this in this election. Just I talk about the prisoner show like talking about all the procedural during the day I did vote the election buddy but separate okay I believe that your delegation chairs received votes and is their responsibility to make sure that they counted in whatever way they need to be counted. How did that happen exactly? I would like yell at my being passed along and and recorded his partner tallies. That's how I can't seem to get anybody to answer the question. How the other believe. That's up to your delegation chair. How she's communicating that. I'm so startled. Yeah I don't see has an answer but she doesn't have an answer like you here for the record that she doesn't have an answer in an explosion of that. I feel on been disenfranchised to the benefits will let ms rematch with people calling our trial ms robes and go ahead as far as any votes that are being done through the state which is through e ballot. Which is the balloted votes? Your vote was received. It was counted in. It's going to be in the tally that I'm trying to get together to son to the secretary. As far as any other votes that are done during polling. I do not have an answer for that. I don't that that's national. But that's that's that's technology question but to answer your question about your vote for this ballot. It has been counted the asking votes. I sent you The email to the secretary then hollows throughout to get those votes counted unlikely on if they were if they were pulled votes. No it's unlikely and I made it very clear. I'm not checking emails during this because I'm doing a lot of other things I'm checking Slat and I'm on this meeting so I was told that email you I felt email. You migration share. Our child would weird. I believe the point of personal privilege has been expressed heavily. The delegation share has responded. I believe I have responded. Is there anything I I just? I could noted for the record that ideally you get elected credential. Delegate has been disenfranchised on multiple votes on. The situation was brought to the attention of the relevant parties. Well in advance I. I think that's clear. Thank you start out. Mister Fishman. What's the status with voting? Buddy I am I. I'm ready to close the ballot when you say that we are done with voting boating. I mean I think we can be done with the voting whenever the state chairs want us to be at the voting. It's not that is the challenge of using election buddy where we're facilitating for. State chairs. It's up to those state shares when they want their balloting done. That will close the ballot now star calculator English. That seems like thing we will share that. This is Daniel from Connecticut. We have finished voting. We cannot drop into the dropbox but we have emailed it to the secretary. Okay so what we're GONNA do. We're going to eat for another ten minutes until For weight calculation or to be at ease into four zero five Austin time to finish up the balloting Mr Fishman this Chad from Oklahoma delegation. I'll I'll point out that the the results that we emailed to the secretary and uploaded to the Google drive are the official ones unless honest. Okay I'll just send you a copy and then you can do whichever you want with that. Okay I've kept my cops. I just I just WanNa make sure that the election buddy from the national side. What in the one being one hundred percent. I am submitting nothing to the secretary. Okay thank you Mr Moore said What you sent me was not a tally. Sheet the tally. She has to be filled out. We're is a salary sheet. We emailed it to the state chairs to the state delegation chairs. Okay yes secretary yes Did you just say that The state shares of received their ballot. Or they're on the way Tennessee's yet see. That would see the ballot tally. She yeah. I'm still waiting for that just enough. Why Tennessee Delegation Chair? He said He said to a personal email. I think I just received. It scratched them. Okay ask somebody who knows which states do not have their tally sheets. In Florida's large allegation we are still working on it and Mr Chair with so many people accessing one google drive. There is a slow technology issue on this end. We've had some freezing rain We will keep working on it. Minnesota is still waiting for election buddy results as well. Trajan YAS IN MINNESOTA. I was sending yours too refined it to Chris Holbrook's MS LPN MINNESOTA. Address that It's Piu. Find Your address thank you. I don't see an upload link on that Thrive Link If you right Click upload style. Do not getting bill keep throwing did Sunday email. Karen I'm taking a look at the PDF attachment. That was I'm an email and looking at the Google drive is seems to be the same form. That's inside everybody else. Committed okay because they chart that he said to me though the PDF attached that okay you need to send go to the right email address only fairly saw that there's a designated email address. Ghana. Okay thank you. Minnesota results are said desert another state. That's waiting on election. Buddy boss loose ending to the wrong allegation chairs state chair. Mr Fishman says Rhode Island Bill. I don't What do can I submit by-election Buddy rather than uploading it to the dropbox or do I have to do? Everything has to be done so election. Buddy I give you the results but then the by specify the states report to the to the chair this our Terry rather the tells you has been emailed still waiting on access. Oh as soon as that's done radio was having high winds. Yes growing we. Will we uploaded it for you We'll get that taken care of before the next round. Thank you very much. This is Niimi with a question for you. Yes I applauded the file. I'm sending it to secretary and to the secretary just sent to that email address. That was the instructions. I can't find it. That'S WHY MASS. Can you say it out loud because I got a bunch of porn the last time I said it out loud? Oh okay only if you have that instruction manual sent or if you get with. Tj privately he can let you know what it is and we'll find out. Thank you HCT thin set. North Carolina again. Uploaded is great out for me in that folder. I don't know why maybe my permissions are wrong. If on email it's me I'll get uploaded for you and we'll fix before the next round exactly boy. Email it the appropriate address right. Yeah the one. I'M NOT GONNA say out loud because I don't like more porn correct. It is foiled six Austin time. We are back from being at ease. How many state delegations still need assistance in uploading? I'm Tennessee here. I'm verifying the results with Dan as we speak. And then I will be uploading there's an NC between the delegates that I've been told her voted for my delegation as well as received from election. Buddy aware of any other states. Were not at that point to be under report that to you Mr Fishman there. Anything that you can report as far as what needs to be done. I'm just finishing up with Tennessee. We will be at ease until twenty after we will come back and see where we're at me. I just sent you that address by email. Thank you and I did find it so but thank you. I'm sorry I asked him thanks. It's crazy trolleybus. This made me. But it's more crazy for you. We know that I say that completely. Non Ironically is four times breezy for you as it is for me. Braise DEATHS MR chairman retinue from Texas. Just want to point out that we were actually ready. Only six minutes after the designated time. So we're golden. Thank you Bogan Art. Miss Hogarth were uploading that sheet for you but I just sent you again permissions for that drive. You might have something in your email box. Thank you just reminded everyone. We will be back in order at four Twenty Austin time for Twenty Austin time Mr Her said there is no attached pediatrics. The second you know actually have the investments. I'm looking at the second. There is no tax okay. 'cause I've seen balance never mind. I see what you have one right after the other got it google. Thank you rob you secretary. This is Rhode Island charity. No I received permission and uploaded. My tally sheets. Thank you very much get awesome. Thank you Alex. I'm sending you upload permissions as well for next round secretary. We've resolved the problem with the discrepancy and syntheses results you again. I'm secretary this Chad with Oklahoma. A No Amman Iran and Kim Madam Secretary I do Hermosa Ca. Thank you duty a bullet or have you done that. I'm no. We're taking care of the desk for next-round awesome. Thank you if any can come this. Jill in Minnesota. I don't seem to be able to upload the drive either which I don't want you to say your trust can send me your email address to secretary at L. P. Dot Org yes too Stuck an shared personal fruit lynch was privileged students. Pennsylvania Mr Sheets unite ask you what the threshold use limitation in round one. I will look that up Mr Sheets and find out for you. You so much can Mr Chairman. He may have been referring to room. Seven point two but I'm not sure he was referring to convention rules seven point two invention rule seven point two says that if no candidate has obtained a majority the candidate with the fewest votes in any candidates polling less than five percent. Shelby struck for subsequent. Thank you comb all right. Take care of some points of personal privilege some points of information before we come back from being at ease about three minutes I the point of Information North Carolina delegate. Chris Cole wants to thank the L. Either go cash campaign in other campaigns and candidates reintroducing him. Libertarian Party in twenty twenty. There's another request for information about the nature of taxation. I believe it's been established. That is theft. There's a request for information from Ohio. Delegate homered taft asking whether or not I would entertain unanimous consent. Request that if the secretary can determine star trials ballads they can be added to the official totals. I think that is within the secretaries. Power to do. It does not require unanimous consent request There is a point of information requests for information from North Carolina delegate Adam Fogelson about the deadline on the first presidential ballots It was set to be six. Pm Eastern time but it's closing earlier than that when we come back in order. I believe this first round of voting will have taken exactly one hour. I anticipate any subsequent round devoting. We'll go faster than that usually when we do things we get better at them. There's a request for information from New York delegate Peyton councilman councilman. You are recognized as soon as you can be. On muted New York delegates Eytan councilman has a request for Information Mr Councilmen. You should be able to talk now about playoff this house on. Hands endorsed sprints cream. I also attached with that her quote. I approach came from her tweet. Twenty twenty years ago make the public. We're not okay Thank you thank you all right. Yes I even the notes that psoriasis says that she endorses women supreme as long as he promises. He won't wear the hat you can tell my states because his heart is. The right place uses satire. He's serious about wanting to make a difference. So good. Hardness process has been such a joke better than him. Where everyone thinks is a joke when he's actually serious Sarai Foss I believe Minnesota delegate Joe Galvin. Can you confirm that you have your election buddy results? Yes okay thank you others. Requests for information from California delegate. Ralph in whether it's possible to nominate Dunkin Limp. Ross Edward Snowden. Anything is possible as far as the vice presidential nomination although they will have to be eligible to indicate willing to accept point of personal privilege. Can YOU ADVISE THE BODY? How voting took it will be an hour as of when we come back at five twenty which. Twenty Austin time when personal privileged to ask analysts to turn their cameras off when they're not speaking in Bristol Bridge about adopting a virtual background for the youtube feed in having it beyond someone Screen share for one more at ease. Hopefully we can get that done as all the things in the list mishear lows we are back in order. Can you tell me which allegations who still need? Votes from with allegations are not in the chart so far but it could be that my tellers are still working on is Hawaii Mississippi. We did receive so that's being worked on New Jersey New Mexico. We were saved. This worked on New York. North Carolina Vermont Virginia. And that's it but some of those may have been received in the tellers. Just have not been able to do the sheets yet. So those delegations have sent them in then they're getting worked on so I have why Mississippi New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Vermont in Virginia as the states that are still outstanding. We will be eased until four thirty Austin time and hopefully by then we can get the rest of these delegations votes in end. Finish that first round. We will as I said before. Go by states to announce the results so that will be starting with Texas going to Utah Vermont etc through the end of the alphabet. Coming back around and finishing with Tennessee Mr Chair and just letting you know. Ten minutes is not going to be long enough for the team. We tell us need to get a man and I'm assuming you off the most accurate results possible need to go through. What round of auditing I'll be back at five thirty to find out where we're at. Okay thank you very much. You're welcome a can uh-huh from thousand Save Point Information for people informed the states that are left to turn in and be processed are Hawaii and Virginia. We'll be back in one minute at four thirty central time there has been. I ask for junior to make sure that they got their tally. Sheet for the results from election. Buddy for me Mr Haskell or Virginia Delegation Chair Mr Basketball Joe Paschal Virginia delegation chair. A Joe all right. We'LL HAVE TO WAIT FOR MR basketball to get back to his purer. Let us know. If the tally sheets it has been requested by Pennsylvania delegate Peter Schwartz that we should start reporting out the results by state because we are going to go. State by state is a lot of states Unless there's an objection to preceding in that fashion. I have an objection Mr Chair. Laura Was Gone out that I think that will provide a lot of confusion. I think everyone should be patient so that we have an election. That's been properly audited and recorded. We've been here a long time already. A few more minutes to have properly audited. Totals is not should not be an issue of. How much longer would you like looking at my team here? I believe we need fifteen minutes Mr Chair and then we will have all completely done all right. We will return a four forty in nine minutes and we will see where we're at. We are at ease until four forty central time. Mr Efficient I do have an issue with ours. Election Buddy is showing that we have eighteen. Votes can follow up with me on the text. Line what I already sent it a little bit ago ever a little bit of acute. That's okay that's probably the understatement of the convention. Dan has a little bit of Accu- in this text. IS FLOATED SHARE. Steven a here. We did have some delegates after cross-referencing results with our delegate list that only responded to the I e mail not the second some having those folks reach out to me with their intended vote cast I will be re uploading are Are Tally to the secretary. As well as the webpage we were missing one. Vote Out of election buddies so we are taking care about just data point election. Bundy seemed to work perfectly for North Carolina also perfectly for South Carolina not using election. Buddy worked perfectly for Georgia. Won't market braves sent you the Oklahoma Delegation Valley for Your Audit. Thank you I just got it all right. We are at four thirty eight. We have about two minutes until we come back in Going to address some of the things queue in a Texas delegate Joe Burns at a point of personal privilege related to being subject to random video feeds. I turned video off for all the panelists. They will need to turn it back on again when we read out the tallies There's a point of information. Ohio delegation chair. Harold Thomas did not receive a write in vote through election buddy on Mr fishermen or you on that Mr Fishman. Go ahead and get with Harold Thomas on the election buddy issue Massachusetts delegate Ashley. Shade has request for information. Who is the one true libertarian? Everyone knows that his Texas delegate Clayton Hunt. The point of order. Virginia has had issues with election buddy being sent but not having access to a ballot. I Soon Mr Fishman is dealing with that that clears out the Cuban a Q. And we will come back into order in one minute to find out where we are with the votes. Mm-hmm awesome right. We back in order at four forty central time. I have a point of inquiry from California delegate Joshua Smith why are you wearing a mask precisely so I could get you Mr Smith's to ask who is that masked man Florida's re sending in Hawaii in Virginia is still out Ms Harlow? Are there any other that needs to be addressed before we can move to reporting the votes? We have still auditing doing the right ends and Hawaii. We solved the technical issue with them. Okay do we know what's going on with Virginia? Virginia's totals are in. Yeah I do not know what their status is there from the Virginia delegation. That's available Mr Basketball or Mister Watkins. Who'LL RECOGNIZE VIRGINIA DELEGATE? Andrew Watkins is still going. Mr Jared. This says the telling tallied Dave Logan Washing towners. I have information on that. Go ahead I've been on the phone with Joe. Pastula'll he's trying to get a hold of Dan Fishman He has the tally sheet. But he doesn't have details from The election buddy that they did there so we're trying to work and Joe. I will send a copy of Mr Haskell realized that and Mr Dunbar's listed as the chair and I sent the results to him all right good. That'll get fixed with Virginia. We will be at ease until ten minutes before the hour that is four fifty central time. Colorado Delegate Matthew digilent- Geel Nardo. I am not going to respond to your point of information in the and A. Mr Paschal. It sounds like you and Mr Fishman. Getting this issue with election buddy worked out. Is that send him momentarily? Good be back in eight minutes Mr Fishman. Did you get my updated email? I came in net chancellor yet I will open it up. Thank you sir. A just for information if anyone would like to use a virtual background to show one eight hundred elect us in LP dot org slash join drew Basan. Indiana delegate has created A virtual background. It will be available in the answered questions in. Q. And a. A link to it. There is a request for information from California delegate. Andy Craig whether candidates dropped on the next ballot is the lowest candidate only among those six or including write ins. The ones that are under five percent get dropped. Lois candidate is going to be from the ones nominated. We have one minute until ten minutes before the hour. We will come back last I saw from the name was. Virginia was the only state that still had any issue. Can I get an update on the League now? Okay good Mr Pascoe's putting in the sheet is Carlos in one minute. I'll ask you for an update right. It is now four fifty Austin time we are back in order is lows. Can you give me an update on where we are with the Taliban tallying of the first round of presidential outs on? We've got about fifteen of the tally sheet still in the audit pie. Also originally as I said fifteen to twenty minutes we had been ten in ten minutes. We will have the results about how long it will take to finish the audit or we will be at ease until five. Pm Central Time While we are at ease if MS Crawford can get the speakers list I will start recognizing people while we were at ease to see if there's any things that we can address while we were these since being at ease is relatively informal Utah Delegate Christine Stang Quist was your recognized right now. If you have something you'd like to say thank you chair. I will yield the floor. Acci I think a lot of people will probably end up yielding back but I WANNA tryin address. People while were available other people are working new. Mexico delegates Tom Man chairman. I will gratefully yield my position. Thank you Mr Mann Massachusetts delegate Ashley Shade. Go ahead. Can you hear me can perfect? Thank you Mr Chair. I'd like to move that A contingency plan be put into place in case In person election cannot be held in Orlando before we convene to die. I think I will take that as a request to the National Committee who has a received a contract to review for the in person or the Convention on. They received that this morning. I anticipate that we will be coming back tomorrow morning to finish elections if we are not able to power through tonight And so one of the things that members the National Committee and interested delegates in participating with their members can do is work on some plan for how to address that but emotion is not technically order right now but I think your request has been heard. Okay thank you one one game and be in order. I would say it's probably going to be at the business. Tomorrow is probably the most likely place where it will be well received but I would encourage anybody who wants to make motions to get with other delegates and make sure that will be well received so that we don't take time we don't need to take up. Thank you so much. You're welcome Nevada delegate. Tim Hagan thanks as wanting to a motion to suspend the rules to dispense with the roll by states after the first ballot. I will remind me to come back to you after we're done with the first ballot to entertain that motion sternly. Thank you Nevada delegate David Thank you thank you Mr Chair. I yield thank you Mr Coburn. Pennsylvania delegates Steve Sheets can run out the back. Con- thank you Mr Sheets Wyoming delegate. Our wait no sorry. The list is adjusting on me. Utah Jane Simmons. Utah Delegate Jane Sims go are. You are yield? Thank you Virginia delegate. John Kennedy go ahead. Mister Kennedy. John Kennedy. You should be able to talk. We cannot hear you yet. You appear to be muted Virginia. Delegate Don by yield up thank you Mister Kennedy New Mexico delegate Chris'll Cini. I commend your patients and professionalism and I yield thank you Mr Lucina. I appreciate a New York delegate Andrew Cole Sti New York delegate Andrew Colty go ahead Mister Chair when you get a chance will come to after Mr Goldstone is go ahead. Mister Colty might. My hand was up three hours died. I'm putting it down now. Okay thank you Ms Carlos what can I do for you? Nitel are saying they do not have Virginia's ballot in the driving. I do not have it in the email Mr Pascal. If you can make sure that it gets emailed I just said it mike minute ago right. We'll keep working on that I Have Montana delegate Nathan McKenzie yield. Thank you Mr McKenzie. I Have Connecticut delegate. Dan Real sorry. Mr Shy believe my hand was still up for me. Long disposed issue like do. Thank you for conducting a good meeting thank you. Kansas delegates. Tim Gibson my time. Thank you Mr Gibson. We have three minutes until we are back in order. I will continue to try and get through the speaker Q. Textile Mike Dueling access dog at Mike Dueling a second mute. My issues been disposed. I thought you'd buy time back. Thank you Mr Dueling Michigan delegates. Scotty Bowman Mr Bowman yet. I have two things quickly requests for information like when he has a chance for Mister Starr Child. What's nobody is wearing? And my second thing is. I'd like to move that. We allow the losing candidates from this balloting to give concessions speeches for two minutes each that motion. Mr Bowman I think will be in order as soon as we come back on an so. Remind me as soon as we're back from being at ease to allow you to make that motion give K. So Bowman when we come back. We are two minutes away from coming back from being at ease Texas delegate. John Wilford from earlier your time. Thank you Mr Wilford California delegate Judy Robson that also is from wait earlier thank you. I'll yield my time thank you Arizona. Elliott Michalski your him. I had a motion to offer I think might be most appropriate as permissive allowing Hardy what's more mornings resumption? So Mr Kinski Ski. You'll need to remind me of that. I Sheldon so Sarah can't are one mini away. I'm going to quickly look at the. Qna before we come. Back to order Washington delegate Nathaniel daily rises the point of personal privilege to recognize Anthony Wealthy Kennedy for Washington State Insurance. Commissioner Mr Wealthy has raised nearly fifty thousand dollars for his campaign is garnering significant media attention helping down ballot candidates as well. The Showcasing Libertarian. Party presidential and vice-presidential candidates royalty the number four W. A. Anthony wealthy DOT COM North Carolina delegate Travis crew wants to know what's in my Solo Cup it is just water the It is now five. Pm Central Time. We will be back in order Michigan Elliott. Scotty Bowman if you could make your motion yes I would like to move that. The losing candidate or candidates haven't option to give concessions speeches. The results have been posted for two minutes. And it's up to two minutes. Each is that correct yes We will proceed directly to vote on that motion so we will have a poll on whether or not eliminated. Candidates should be allowed to minutes for concession speeches if they choose to use it and if whoever's managing speaker Q. Can Take Mr Hall out of the Speaker to Indiana delegate. Jared Hall would like to be Removed Tax Montana delegate Jacob kitson would like to be back where he was three names down from the top of the list. Or that's where he believes. He was Virginia. Delegate Catherine Wilson says she has raised her hand but does not see herself in the chairman. I believe is frozen Mr said he Asked for us to launch the the poll. I think so yes. I think the wonderful we do not have an email or ballot from Virginia. Is Your basketball Could you be all has been launched? Mr Moore said able to see the results when the results I can do it I can. I can do it. I just just didn't know if there was a that needed to announced rugged Virginia. Let's let's mute some people. It's dry that all right. The poll his our as far as whether or not the body is allow up to two minutes eliminating candidates concession speeches should they choose to use it a yes vote would allow that. Novo would not It has been customary to allow it in the past but as with all customs. We are required to do it. It's just letting delegates who have this as their first convention. No at Reduce Information Ms Carlos you were giving an update and I apologized for getting disconnected. We did not have at upload or an email from Virginia and now I see that Virginia it to a different email address so I will be uploading it for him so that our auditors can deal with occurred next time. That wasn't the email address if you can just send an email address directly to that delegation chair. So they'll certainly do that future. Votes will go faster than the existing. So we're about a minute and forty seven seconds in on this poll whether or not to allow concession speeches and okay so the yeas on allowing concession speeches are four hundred seventy six. The nays are three hundred and fifty two there are seventeen extensions concession speeches will be allowed. There's a request for information about the concession speeches. They would take place after the round so after the round results are reported they will take place after that when people are limited. Caso we've taken care of Mr Kitson's pointed personal religious taking care of the nation Who is that is a caravan Mitzvahs I'm GonNa get you once I deal with Mr Starr's point of order California delegate. Aaron Star has a point of order. Thank you believe that less. But was a suspension. The rules would require a two thirds. Vote no no majority. Don't don't know as it is in fact a suspension of the rules. It's not in our procedures so it's not in the procedures but I don't know as you're suspending. The rules share over would be a suspension of rooms. And I'M GONNA roll. It's not a suspension of the rules. Thank you Mr Starr There's a request for information from South Carolina delegate. Stephen Does Bach only candidates on the ballot or ones with right ends. It's only ones on the ballot Will be allowed to have the concession speech. The ones that were nominated. Not You know if you had three right ends and you got eliminated. You don't get together concession speech for that. Sorry so Virginia being audited Mishear lows. Is there any other state? That's being audited right now on. No but I do have a request for several states that never e mailed in their ballots. Words Auditing Author Upload but I do need them to email it for the convention records on Name Them Out Arado Iowa Kansas Kentucky Missouri and New Jersey Right so Colorado Iowa Kansas Kentucky Missouri in New Jersey. Please email your tally sheets to the special email address. Here we did okay. Well I'm I'm just repeating the information Mr Lease so that is all I can do So what we're going to do now is we're going to proceed to start reporting. The tallis analysts should be ready to start their video. We will go in alphabetical order. We will start with the second. Sorry I had that in front of me Mr Valenti go ahead My video is still says. Can I start you videotape? The okay? So what we're GONNA need to do is we're going to need to have The helpers able to allow people to start video or asked them to start video for the state delegation chairs that can be done while we're preceding the first State will be the Lone Star. State of Texas or the stars at night are big and bright. You've been the heart of Texas what let's let's not. Let's not all at once. AreN'T MS BILL. You you will be I. I have a list of states in order on. So it's tax this Utah Vermont. Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming than we start with Alabama so MS bill. You go ahead mister. Wait what's the point of order? There was a speaker during the sand at ease. Who had motion to ring at this time? You said he would put in you before. I believe that was Mr Bowman's motion. It did pass a motion to not have states read. That motion will be in order after we deal with the first round of states reading because it was a motion for subsequent rounds. So we'll get through this one and then it'll be an order after this round is done. Are there any other points of order before I let Miss Bill? You report the Lonestar State's results. Seeing anonymous appointed. I help religious. Wait wait who is asking for a personal privilege. Getting OAKS FROM SOUTH DAKOTA SIR. Came Strokes we. I have a thunderstorm coming in and my Internet is getting Marie. Spotty we will take you immediately after Texas that that is as good as I can do. Mr Oaks is we will have you immediately after Texas chair with math to move up I was just asking for potentially move to of my delegates if I am unable to get my report okay. Well then we'll we'll take you in order and if you're not available at that time we'll get one of your delegates mcewen a thank you. Sir. Now I'll ask Ms Crawford to stop sharing her screen so that we can pin and spotlight the video for the delegation chairs. I won't ask The co-hosts to ask various delegation chairs to start their video so that their video is ready and we will now proceed with Texas followed by UTAH. Vermont Virginia Washington. This is Mr Chairman. Is there a specific order that these are typically done in or I just read all of the results over issues so the way you do it? It's a lot of fun is first of all you say some fun things about how. Texas's awesome in cool in Brag on your state. Now you wish we were all their stuff like that and then us as the great state taxes or the Texas delegation cast their votes as follows in the new reedmen. Whatever order you have on the tally. Okay I talked about doing the thing that you did with the stars at night however since everybody was muted sort of lacklustre but thank you for trying anyway So from the greatest state of Texas. Of course we have our results For nomination for president and we have for Judge Jim Gray. Six Votes Jacob Hornberger seven votes Joe Jorgenson eighteen votes Berman Supreme fifteen boats in John. Twenty seven thank you bill. Y-you delegation chair very short. Thank YOU MR CHAIR UTAH. Which since the last convening this body has become one of only four Libertarian Party affiliates were more than one percent of the registered voters has chosen to self identify as a Libertarian Utah whose covert night team response at. Our rules came out as an order but as a stern suggestion. Utah the only state so far this year. Two of decriminalized not cannibus not gambling. But instead having more than one wife because this is the place where the separation of church and state is a mere five blocks you urines for Liberty Sir and cast its votes in this manner. One vote for Jacob Porn Burger Three Tokes for supreme and five votes for the next president of the United States. Dr Joe Jorgensen. Thank you. Thank you Mr Shorts. We will now go to the Vermont. delegation share archie flower. Go ahead mister flower. Good evening Mr Chair and thank you. the great state of Vermont. The birthplace of our thirtieth President Calvin Coolidge. He was even patriotic as an infant being born on the fourth of July in Plymouth Notch for Mont Grind to read off a quote that I think applies to libertarianism unless the people through unified action arise and take charge of their government. They will find that. Their government has taken charge of them independence. Thank you Mr Flower next up. Virginia delegation chaired Joe Pascal. Go ahead Mr Pascoe Minister Paschal right. We are going to come back around Mr Pasco. Washington delegation chair. Hi this is tiffany. The as De Leon Washington state delegation share Washington State. Also home of Anthony Welty running for candidate. Washington state insurance. Commissioner results are as follows. Jim Gray vibe marburger twenty two Joe Jorgenson One Adam Cole cash to Jones Three Bourbon Supreme. One Zero one did not vote all right. Thank you Washington. We're going to go back to Virginia Delegation Chair. Joe Pasco. If he is ready to my job will get into the group of older says. I don't I didn't permission for it. Though I've been writing weakened come back around to you Mr Pascoe Helga. We will go to West Virginia. Thank you Mr Chair. The Wild and wonderful state of West Virginia almost heaven unrivaled in beauty landscape and people scarred by crony capitalism and generations of bad government policy. Where if we follow the guidelines in every way shape form or fashion we will be allowed to live up to our motto on tiny separately out. Nears are always free. We have a wonderful governor. Gubernatorial candidate Erica clinic will secure as ballot access once again in challenge the two party system In May bring us to new heights. The Great State of West Virginia begins against its votes. Follow judge. Jim Gray chew votes? John Mons two boats and vermin supreme to those thank you. Mr Valente will next move to the Wisconsin delegation chair. Along I am the Wisconsin delegation share. Lauren Fisher my delegation has requested that I mentioned Green Bay packers. And the Milwaukee brewers. I am supposed to speak with contempt about the bears. The Vikings and I am supposed to bring up cheese. Badgers rats and beer with hat. Out of the way here are totals. None of the above received one vote. Jim Gray received one vote. John Bonds One vote Vermin Supreme received two votes Jacob. Hornberger received seven votes and Joe. Jorgenson received eight votes from Wisconsin. Thank you Wisconsin will go to Wyoming Lou. I am Bethany bothers and I am from Wyoming Wyoming. Were in two thousand eighteen. Best me bothers came with fifty three votes of unseating the Ramming House majority leader and our state voted four Three votes for dead Tim. Gray and one vote for Joe Johnson. Thank you MS US. And Good luck in your race We'll come back to Joe Pasco from Virginia. Are you able to report out your results yet? Mr Paschal let the secretary talking to Google drive. Okay GO AHEAD MR PASQUA. Relegation would like me something. Quick including delegation homeless southern presidents. We now standing. We are the only party in the weight of tyranny and the State of Virginia Twenty. Two Thousand Patriots stood in this year for a gun rights alley many Libertarians and many patriots in Richmond. And it worth now. Report my resolve judge Jim Gray. Yankee Farm Burger Five Jurgensen ten out of focus. One Yawn mouth six Supreme to Noda Zero so we are too low one just marsh one Edwards noted one. Joe Jorgensen right in one thank you. Mr Pascall will now go to Alabama Boyne degradation champ the great state of Alabama. The heart of Dixie. Where we dare defend our rights the Gators Hungry Epstein Epstein themself and Jeff sessions sucks. We vote as follows judge. Jim Gray Zero Jacob Hornberger three Joe Jorgenson eight Adam Coquettish Zero John. Mons one vermin supreme. One thank you Alabama moving onto Alaska. Mr Watts are you are muted right now. John Watson the last Frontier Beautiful North Ole Alaska where we're a bit north of normal but For THAT WE'VE ELECTED. The first statewide libertarian office and also been the first state to win onsite cannabis. Consumption are votes are as follows. Judge Jacob Hornberger one atom coquettish also one John Mons three and vermin supreme wrapping. It up with one. Thank you Mr Watts. We are now going to go to Arizona share our blitz delegate delegation chair from Arizona the Great State of Arizona. Home of the founder of our libertarian. Party David Nolan. Over the Grand Canyon and home of the five CS copper citrus climate cattle cotton and home of freedom fighters including coach chice. Geronimo on Barry Goldwater where women were enfranchised. Voters from the incorporation of statehood with pride and defiance etched in our landscape proudly announces. Its twenty four votes as follows. Mr Mann's one Mr Mirage. One NODA TO CO cash for Mr Hornberger Miss Jackson five and Mr Supreme. Six thank YOU MR. Blitz will now go to Arkansas State of Arkansas where we have had to both petition and initiate a federal lawsuit to obtain ballot access successfully. I might add and one of the few states that has had to endure. Stay at home. Orders reasonable leagues making relatively heartfully. Pri as opposed cast. It's seven votes as follows. We have one light in vote for John's docile. One vote for John. Minds one vote for Rueben supreme and for Roads for Jacob Hornberger. Thank you Dr Paco. Next go to California. Hi. I'm Mimi of absent. Sheriff Delegation Chair for California the Great State of California where we have beautiful beaches beautiful mountains beautiful snow and rain but it's a socialism although we do have the highest elected libertarian in the country. Mr Hewitt Supervisor. The votes are for our hundred seven votes. We have twenty eight for Burger. We have twenty three for Joe. Jorgenson for Adam Co cash fourteen for Vermin Supreme. Eleven for judge. Jim Gray three for John. Moms for Justin Amash to for arvin Laura one for Zero for NOTA and they were for ballots. That has not cast. Thank you MS robe son. Colorado go ahead MS Reynolds and Mr Chair from the birthplace of the Libertarian party. The minor political party bill taxpayers bill of rights the first to legalize recreational marijuana and to decriminalize silence. Ivan Colorado casts are votes as falls judge. Jim Gray one. Votes Jacob Hornberger six votes Joe Jorgenson I boats. Adam Coquettish three votes John. Mons five boats Berman Supreme Eight Votes Knicks. Our work or votes arvid were how one vote. Thank you very much all right. We are next up to Connecticut. Mr Real real not sure I can hear you. I needed myself now. You can hear me. I'll come to real quickness follows after Mr Real does his votes so reporting you Mr Scherr from the home of the economic health scape known as the modern grocery shopping experience. Home of King. Ned Lamont whose haircut is amazingly better than yours. Mr Chair somehow. I don't know how he pulled it off. We are reporting zero votes for Jill Biden. We reporting negative five votes for Donald Trump. One vote for Vermin Supreme. One vote for Adam coke cash. One vote for the honorable. Jim Gray five votes for Jacob Hornberger and five votes for Joe Jorgenson thank you Mr Real Ms Furloughs. Go ahead. Appointive information requests to the California chair. Our tally sheet shows different than she recorded. She reported one for Serene Armalite. I can't pronounce some sorry. We have three and she had reported four not voting. We showed two or does that need to be resolved right now or can that be resolved between you and the California delegation share on some back channel at. That's the chairs Fleischer. However you would like to. I would like you to try and resolve that with Ms Robeson again. Mr Chair point of information. Yes Mr Fishermen Ms. Ardeleanu names pronounced ARDELEANU. Thank you all right. So MS follows. You can trying with MS robeson about California's results. We will next. Go to Delaware. Good evening coward. You got a little echo. Let's see if we can get back on guard reporting for the state of Delaware in seventeen seventy six when our founding fathers were deadlocked Caesar Rodney not to be confused with. Paul Revere made midnight ride to break the deadlock. You walked into independence kicked over a chair. Crack finished up dogfish head beer and is quoted as saying. Let's do this. We're going to report. We have three delegates voting for Joe Jorgenson and one delegate voting vermin supreme. Thank you we now. Have the Florida delegation. Thank you very much Mr Chairman. Hello Everybody Steven Cal. Delegate Chair for Florida coming at you live from the public and the Free Florida keys reseeded where others failed and we also represent a northern Florida Aka South Georgia. As well as the Florida Panhandle Aka lower southern Bama and we do a gratefully take on Alabama's offered to send the obstructions delegates down to Florida to feed daters As the floor delegation firmly believes that we need to be the swamp we wish to see in the world and our delegates vote as follows judge. Jim Gray received four votes. Jacob Hornberger ten votes Joe Jorgenson nine. Votes Adam Coquettish two votes John. Mons Seventeen Votes Vermin Supreme Nine Votes. Notre received zero votes and as always impotent as the funder liberace Those without power cannot defend freedom. Thank you thank you Mr Nick Kayla. I've been informed that I skipped the District of Columbia. Go ahead Mister Bishop Henchman. Thank you Mr Chair or used to that delightful democratic dominated diamond so infamously infested with opportunistic officeholders who are the sort of vile vermin who are unintentional jokes district. Where two hundred and forty four years since our declaration of independence we still suffer from taxation without representation but where we have amidst all these scoundrels and tyrants that you all send here the fiercest freedom fighters growing in number in the two years from one thousand registered Libertarians to eighteen hundred registered libertarians. The DC delegation casts. It's three votes as follows one. Vote for Dr Jorgensen. One vote for Judge Gray and one vote for Justin Amash. Thank you We will now go to Georgia. Mr Graham thank you Mr Chair. Having resolved at the two thousand Eighteen Libertarian Party national convention at no state is Great. I'll simply get to the business at hand. Jim Greg One vote Jacob hornberger thirteen votes and one vote at cash. One Vote John Mons ten votes room supreme to the votes. And just in a mosh one vote. Thank you thank. You will next go to the Great State of Hawaii. E Tracy Ryan's speaking for the Hawaii Delegation Aloha. Everybody we are very remote from the rest of you and very far behind time wise. We've got all afternoon to finish and lots of bright sunshine. Aren't you jealous or let me waste any time? I'm we have five delegates and we have five votes Joe Jorgenson two votes. John Monde two votes supreme. One vote thank you. Thank you move onto Idaho. This is Jennifer Loma from Idaho in reporting. We had six delegates and we have three votes for Jacob. Hornberger one for Adam Coca ch in to vermin supreme. Thank you next. State UP IS ILLINOIS MR CEASE. Scott had thank you Mr Chair Steve Cease Illinois Chair reporting live from Liberty Tower in Peoria Illinois. Were Liberty plays the Great State of Illinois home of Fascist Emperor Jay Pritzker. At least he is spending time in Illinois. Unless he's at one of his homes in Florida or Wisconsin violating his own. Stay at home order where? Libertarians have achieved presidential in Senate ballot access without collecting single signature and finally and most importantly former home of libertarian hero. Lex screen casts the following thirty seven votes six votes for judge. Jim Gray seven votes. For Jacob Hornberger three votes for Joe Johnson. Three votes for Adam. Coquettish eight votes for John. Mons nine votes for vermin supreme and one write in vote for Lincoln Chaffee. Thank you will next. Go to the HOOSIER STATE OF INDIANA MR McGuire. Thank you MR chairman. I'm Tim Maguire. Chairman of the The Libertarian Chairman of the hoosier state home of the Indianapolis five hundred which would normally be happening this very weekend and has never been hasn't been canceled since nineteen forty two and yes. We do still apologize for our former governor. Mike Pence the Great State of Indiana casts its votes for president as follows judge Jim Gray. Two Votes Jacob Hornberger four votes Joe Johnson Eleven Votes Adam Coquettish two votes John. Mons seven votes and vermin supreme for boats. Thank require will next go to Iowa. Yes Mike Connor delegate share degree of Iowa where the tall corn grows birthplaces. The First Libertarian presidential candidate John Oscars and two thousand four presidential candidate Richard Companion. We our liberties reprise in our rights. We will maintain IO's eleven. Delegates have cast their ballots as follows. Judge Jim Gray to Adam Co catch to John Mons One Vermin Supreme One and Jacob Hornberger. Fine thank you will now go to Kansas Mr Kelly. You are on either this ned. Kelly in France from the great state of Kansas really great state great upgrade things back and our time boats go to Joe Parkinson four votes Jacob Hornberger. Three both women's breed two votes One write in vote for REX. Teeter boogie thank you very much. Thank you all right. We will move to Kentucky Mr Waste. I cannot hear you Mr Chair up the home of horseracing Bourbon a Senate candidate. That's ready to take out the status Turtle Mitch McConnell Bradburn. Www bradburn twenty twenty dot com. And were we were successful with yet. Another lawsuit against our giant Tarantula Governor and we'd like to borrow a boot from certain presidential candidate the it up or governors rear end reports following Jim Gray to Jacob Hornberger one Joe Jorgenson to Adam Coquettish to John Mons to and Berman's supreme sue. Thank you thank you Kentucky Louisiana Mr Greg Greg from Louisiana home of the famous football food in America. We probably cast our votes as follows. George Jim Gory One. Your Jorgensen. Three Adam Coquettish four Berman Supreme. Four and not ward. Thank you very much Mr Craig. And I'm digging the beard. I like it is post. Corona distortion looser. I dig it all right We will next go to Maine or good thank you. Jim Baines. The Libertarian Party of Maine The bad news is we are still a battling a lawsuit against the state. I love for ballot access The good news is we're celebrating years of political separation from Massachusetts and Massachusetts. I look forward to your rebuttal. Get to the numbers Judge Jim Bray. Free Votes Jargon said to votes Adam Coquettish one bourbon supreme one and we had one vote not cast but it's cool rough him up later we'll teach them a lesson. We request a suspension from the NFL. In order to get done Mr Cherry New Hampshire's neighbor All right we've got next. Maryland's is to Jaren the Free State of Maryland. Which is whether Merrill with Libertarians are working hard to change our nickname in a reality. The home of the piscataway Indians the troll owners. Washington DC is pleased to cast. It's twenty votes as follows. Two votes for Adam Coquettish six votes for John. Jorgenson and twelve votes for Jacob. Hornberger all right. Thank you Maryland Massachusetts New who is the Massachusetts Delegation Cherry? Is that MS Crawford or no. Mr Graham was Graham him Mr Graham. You're GonNa need to on Mute Yourself. Sorry it is. Onion CAN HEARING MARTIN. You are up and running go ahead from the state of Massachusetts with the world's grows football team Providing for states like Maine New England and New Hampshire to don't have a football team world's greatest Patriots Also shout to my friends from Texas a native Texan can see my swag in the background. Proudly like to casts announced our votes. We gave some loud to all the candidates starting off with Judge Jim Gray. Two Votes Jacob Hornbarger four votes Joe Jorgenson seven votes Adam cash to votes John. Moths one vote in Burma Supreme. Six months thank you. We're now going to move to Michigan. Go AHEAD MR STUMPF ALL. Thank you Mr Sarah. The State of Michigan a pleasant peninsulas surrounded by Great Lakes longtime me location pro freedom activists will once an exit point on the underground railroad an entry point for bootleg liquor now. We're a place where marijuana is legal. Haircuts are not were politicians. Musk ask voters to raise your taxes and home to the libertarian. Party's first number of Congress. The Libertarian Party of Michigan. Who in two thousand eight? A defender of Liberty Award to jury nullification activist would for being arrested or passing plant pamphlets on Property that same party will be holding our candidate nomination convention on July Eighteenth and WanNa give a special shout out to one of our partners. James Hudler was unable to participate in today's proceedings. The Libertarian Party of Michigan Distributes. Its thirty four votes as such zero votes. None of the above one vote for chairman. Nicholas Sarwari one vote Vernon Bob's supreme one vote for Judge Jim Gray four votes for atom versus the man Co cash. Five votes for Michigan Zone. John Mons six votes for Dr Joe Jordan Johnson Southern Boots for Jacob Bumper Hornberger and nine votes for congressman. Justin Amash while I know that he is not interested. In seeking the presidential nomination we hope that he seeks her nomination for you Congress. Thank you MR chairman. And congratulations on your vote. Thank you we will next. Go TO MINNESOTA. Hello I M. Jill Galvin Echo from the fantastic state of Minnesota where we are the nicest delegates are votes are as follows judge Jim Gray. Two boats Jacob Hornberger two votes job Jorgensen Adam Co cash for votes John Mons Zero Votes Burma Supreme Four Votes Noda Zero. Thank you MS Galvin. We will next go to Mississippi. Missed bedwell will determine the great rebellious yet spreadable state of Mississippi birthplace. Some great music great offers great food report one vote for Jacob Hornberger one vote for John. Monz one vote for Adam Co cash and three votes for that hockey employing Bourbon. Drinking bless her heart. Joe Jorgenson right. We will next go to Missouri. Thank you Mr Chair. Bill Slams delegate share from the show me state and Gateway to liberty and freedom we cast nineteen votes as follows through for judge. Joe Judge Jim Gray. Seven votes for Jacob Hormone Hornberger to for Joe Johnson to for Adam Cole cash zero for Judge Mons for John Mons Five for Verna supreme and zero for NOTA. Thank you next. We will go to Montana. I am sit down the delicate air for Montana. The Big Sky country calm of Janet Rankin the first woman to serve Congress elected before she could even vote for herself who voted against entering both world. Wars we have had interrupt uninterrupted ballot access since the eighties are proud. Member of the Libertarian. Frontier Project. Please donate our votes went. Judge Jim Gray one Jacob Hornberger one Joe Jorgensen one at Coquettish one. John Monsoon to thank you. Mr Dowd. will now go to Nebraska Mr Chairman. My name is James Harold. I'm the delegation share from the corn. Husker state the great state of Nebraska. Mr Chairman of fun fact for you. A kool-aid was invented in Nebraska. But I am glad to say the Libertarians in Nebraska are not drinking macroom late of the two old parties and we casting are eight votes for three outstanding libertarian candidates for president of the United States. We have one vote for Mr Jacob. Hornberger two votes for Vermin Love Supreme in five votes for the good doctor. Joe Jorgenson thank you Mr Chairman. Thank you next. We will go to Nevada. Thank you MR chairman. This is Jason Smith. Chairman of the Libertarian Party of the Great State of Nevada. The call the question state the home of Tin Hagan Are Elon NC state treasurer the state that gives zero boats for waiting on routes the state that has legal sex workers who still have either cocaine with that. We are thirteen boats as faults Mr John. Mons eight Dr Joe Jordan Johnson. Fives thank you right next. We go to the Granite State of New Hampshire. Mr Chairman New Hampshire the destination state of the Liberty Movement the state with no sales or income tax in the live free or die state casts four votes for Vermin Supreme. Four votes for Joe Jorgenson two votes for John. Mons and one vote for Adam cash. Thank you thank you. Mr Manzo will go to New Jersey. Thank you back in eighteen seventeen. Cornelius Vanderbilt ignored a government granted monopoly illegally running ferry passengers between New York and New Jersey while flying a banner that read New Jersey. Must be free. The Bureaucratic State of New Jersey cast their votes as follows. One vote for Adam Coquettish two votes. Jim Greg five votes vermin supreme four votes for Joe Jorgenson seven votes for Jacob Hornberger and one vote for none of the above. Thank you New Mexico. Mr Lucchini got yourself Chris and be good to go. Go sorry from the poor state of Mexico home of Green Chili Gary Johnson. And thanks to our governor who would be queen really bad haircuts. We have the following. The vote totals Mr Gray one John Mons to hornberger four. And Joe Jorgenson six. Thank you thank you Mr Lucchini. We will next go to New York. Can you get somebody move New York? I? I'm twenty two Lasi of chair of the state the Tourism Board insists. I need to love. The Coronas virus the corona virus capital of the world the home of the most disinfected voters in the nation the home of Lp vice-chair. Alex Moore said the Great Larry Sharpe. Who's running for vice presidential nomination this year and who gave me and a Libertarian. Party guaranteed ballot access for the first time in our history. We're not just the concrete juggle where dreams are made of. Yes for home to Empire State Building. But we're also home. The ADIRONDACKS AUCOIN Nation Niagara Falls not the actual view because Canada. Got that one in the in the working. Twelve Jenny Ale we are the state. We are a state that has lost one million residents during the torrential rain of one Andrew. Cuomo who knows from the Internet and his corona virus briefings. We are the least Free State. According to Cato Institute. Sorry California this is what where we beat you. The state so lacking in freedom that there are constant movements to split the state half you will see that from the best and strongest delegation at this convention the reunited delegation from the Great State of New York. Excelsior we probably casseroles sixteen roads. Prejudged Ingrain Eleven votes for Jacob Hornberger. Five vote for Joe Johnson. One vote for Adam. Coquettish revolts the John. Mums eleven votes for Vermin. Love Soup Green and one vote for none of the above. Thank you very much. Thank you Mr Drowsy. Oh will next go to North Carolina. Eight days so the fantastic libertarians from the state of North Carolina Watson. Ceo's alligators and raise you a bunch of copper hits and we'd like you to know our gators or so bad asked they sleep in ice. All winter weakest Boeing boats for president. Judge Jim Gray to Jacob Hornberger. Eight Joe Jorgenson ten Adam cash to John Mons four Berman Supreme Three. None of the above zero. Thank you Miss Hogar. Next North Dakota Owning Dalton Brown delegates your Kota elegant votes are as total Jacob Hornberger. One vote in Georgia's tubes. Thank you next. We'll go to Ojo state of Ohio. Move. Governor has put us in the dark. Republican Party tries to keep us even darker but in spite of that we have launched six lawsuits against the Republican Party in this state. Leave one several of them. You're still pending. So the rough up libertarian. Party of the State Ohio cast its votes as follows none of the above zero John Mons to Adam cash. Three Joe Jorgenson four Jacob Hornberger. Five him gray sex and vermin supreme team. Thank you Oklahoma. Thank you Mr Chair. Mafele delegates Chad Williams. I'm the chair of the State of Oklahoma Libertarian Party or we have Tigers Tornadoes and Frankie Mermaid or we have constitutional carry and more medical marijuana dispensaries the entire west coast. Where are the only state where the right to homeschool is protected in our constitution? As is your right to own a steel and also the future home of Tesla. We the Libertarian. Party of Oklahoma voted follows. One Vote for Donald Jin Gray One vote for Jacob Hornberger one vote for supreme one vote for Adam Co cash three votes for John. Months and seven votes to the next president of the United States. Joe Jordan Johnson. Thank you Oklahoma Oregon. This is caroline weighed. I'm the chair of the Oregon delegation from the uncontested and noncontroversial Oregon delegation. We're pleased to announce our votes as follows one for Adam Co cash one for vervins supreme. One for none of the above one did not vote five. For Jacob Hornberger and six for Joe Jorgenson thank you Oregon. Pennsylvania and Samania home not going Amish Milk Syndicate of the Whiskey rebellion home of Molten River. Home of the greatest underdogs of two thousand eighteen own the forty seven newly elected. Khabour terriers pets November home of the largest number of elected libertarians. The Nation we vote as follows. Jake Blumberg her gets twelve. Jorgensen gets twelve Rowlinson. Preen gets eight months gets to judge gray gets three of podcast shirts. One Justin markets and Edward Snowden gets one. Thank you Mr Sheets Next we'll go to Rhode Island Mr Chairman Hello my name is billy. Hunt Secretary of the Libertarian. Party of the State of Rhode Island burners of the British tax schooner. Hms Gas fi first county to renounce allegiance to King George. The third and home of the country's oldest fourth of July celebration two hundred and thirty four years of celebrating Liberty Liberty Unilaterally canceled this year by authorities governor because our General Assembly refuses to meet. I've had the privilege of running a libertarian candidate for the state Three times in the last four years with Principal of liberty and estate party which regularly punches above our weight class we were able to achieve over thirty five percent of the vote in two thousand sixteen two thousand eighteen and earned second place in a four way race in a special election on March fifth of this year beating out the comeback representative energized by the success. The Great State of Rhode Island is poised to make further strides in this election cycle. And beyond I am proud to renew Report a unanimous decision by delegation casting are three votes for the next president of the United States. Mr Jacob Hornberger thank you thank you Rhode Island's our next up South Carolina. Hello from the Great Geographical region known as South Carolina where are oppressors are currently celebrating their two hundred thirty second birthday cake day and our delegation has been drinking heavily since at least two hours before the start of the Convention Day and where we are literally growing members of the party such as heroin here who I leave holds the record for the youngest member ever if he was registered dues paying member as one hour of his birth. He also just threw up on me in in Marley wears a or find out that the he peed on earlier. So that's why he's just wearing grey We are proud to report. Our vote. Totals for John. Mons four votes for surpreme five votes and for our favorite daughter Joe Jordan Johnson eight boats. Thank you south. Carolina South Dakota thunderstorm capital of the Midwest hat. Today it is bank Mr Chairman. I am getting Oaks Libertarian. State chair from the great faces Replaces STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA? We have no alligators but we sure do have a very nice herd of Bison also have more giant stone faces per capita than any other state and I would be remiss to Mrs Tune rich if I did not mention that we have the world's only corn palace. We're proud to be here today. And even prouder to be a founding member of the Libertarian Frontier Project which is working in the Inter Mountain West to get Libertarians elected to winnable state legislative seats. I invite all of you visit Libertarian. Frontier DOT COM to make a donation or to get involved in one of our campaigns with that go to delegation reports the following vote tallies with five voting delegates we cast one vote for Mister Atom Coquettish one vote for Mister Vermin supreme and three votes for Dr Joe. Jorgenson thank you and last but not least the volunteer state of Tennessee. Thank you Mr Chair Tennessee. Obviously the volunteer state. The home of Liberty Clause Tom. Arnold where Libertarian successfully led the fight to stop an income tax in spite of being denied? Ballot access cast the following votes three votes for judge. Jim Gray one vote for Jacob Hornberger five votes for Joe Jorgenson one vote for Adam. Coquettish eight votes for John. Mons four vote vermin supreme at one. Vote for none of the above. Thank you Mr Eagle. That concludes the balloting by state will go to. Ms Follows the secretary to see if she is ready to display the tallies for the members. Yes I am go ahead. I assume that you've resolved whatever issue there was with the California tallies yet. We did and just woman I need to get it on the screen and then I'll start sharing needs to check one thing moment trying to play hide and go seek on me right. The results are being displayed on the screen. The Font is a little bit small. How fast you guys want me to go on. Just probably about one st per second. I think okay. Can it be made larger I don't know if it can. It will screw up the formatting on the table. Yes so we're not gonNA make it larger. I understand that that would be nice but I don't think that's something that we can do will be able to go back and look at a particular state tally. If necessary that set for the states. That is the state tallies titles will let me before we the totals on me really quick. See if there's any. There's a personal privilege from Delaware. Delegate McVeigh MR McVeigh. What is your point of personal privilege? Mr mcvay from Delaware was your pointed personal relig- starting Mr Chair. I was waiting for you to come through my own system on. I was wondering since this is on Google sheets. It'll be possible for the secretary shared links to the computer. She perfectly. It may be possible on I can. I can do a anyone on the Internet. Can View Link. I just moved. Please are if you could actually push that link in slack that would be the ideal and slack in general either general in the Convention Channel. Man Neither one. Okay just one moment. Let me get the link. I have a point of personal privilege from North Carolina. Delegate Sean Hough who offers to buy around for the entire Alabama delegation are next in person convention point of order from Texas delegate Joy Burns. The states features are dilatory We may dispense with them for further rounds. I have a point of information from West. Virginia's Elliott Brett Sahlins. That says you can enlarged by holding controlling scrolling up after highlighting. I have a question from Indiana delegates jared hall. What's going on with the highlighted boxes of Tennessee? I believe that's Google sheets function that anyone who's in their their cursor is on what the last cell they were on Iraq. I have a request for information. How does one get on the slack? Believe it's libertarian. Dash Party DOT SLACK DOT COM. Is that right? Yes Libertarian Dash Party dot slack. Dot Com I have a request to see figures to the right of Texas. If you can stroll over to the right we are there. It's as far as we can. Go Mr Starr Abba request for information from Louisiana. Delegate Daniel Hayes will write ends be in order in future rounds we always count the right in But they don't count for elimination and that is it for the way we will now move to. The totals can't first round totals are being displayed on the screen. Everyone can see them. I don't know if you can make that any bigger mishear Louis but if you can that would be nice that I know of because everything's formatted to that fun start of spillover and I will. I will read them out a believe they're in alphabetical order. Jim Gray received ninety eight votes. Jacob Hornberger two hundred thirty six Joe Jorgensen two hundred and forty eight Adam Coquettish seventy seven. John Mons one hundred forty seven vermin supreme one hundred seventy one eight votes for none of the above in various write ins including Ammash as E. STARSOAP Aleinu BOOGIE end. Snowden received the remainder of the votes pursuant to our rules. The Mr Co cash will be eliminated for the next round will proceed to another round of voting But I did previously vote Mr Cash. You will be recognized for up to two minutes to give a concession speech or make any remarks you'd like to make to the delegation body. Stop Sharing your screen. So Mr Co cash is available to have his video and then if someone can make Mr Coquettish into Give him the permission to speak and be analysts so his video is available to everybody. We CAN MR CO cash. Go right ahead all right. Thank you very much. This has been an amazing experience. You know the Libertarian. Albany is in a position to win up to one hundred million dollars of earned media for the party for the cause but I gotta say I've won something from this campaign already far more valuable because I have been able to follow him off and the love of my life and get married to Samantha. Morgan Miller CARNIVAL FICO cash. And it's been a great experience experience meeting most of you stay conventions talking about localization. A new strategy as a way of making libertarian principles manifest in real policy. So I'M GONNA keep talking about this. I'M GONNA keep talking about veteran suicides and business rights bitcoin another cryptocurrency and make the anti war messages. Front and Center for the Libertarian Party. So that we can unite the American people against the pro war duopoly. I'm going to be around for a long time. Keep touring supporting the party. That message of freedom giving away books. Keep doing what I'm doing here. At the Garden Freedom Living Freedom With Big Gio Essex an atom versus the man. I WANNA make my platforms available to any other candidates. Anybody doing work with the Libertarian Party. You email me. That's clear. Onscreen Adam at the freedom lying dot Com. Now I'm not going to be endorsing anybody with this speech. I'M GONNA say that I would be happy to support the remaining candidates I would be honor to serve as VP. If I have that honor from this body I gotTa thank my team. I campaign manager is rally. Marcus culas our press secretary Angela. Thorne Kanye treasurer are regional. Coordinators are state coordinators are coalition directors especially might nominee or Zach. Parts with Focused Joey least owners for Focus Chris Cole. Victims of family law focused. And of course my wife Samantha guys with erotic entertainers and of course all volunteers at the end of this meeting. Today I'm GonNa be having a Casual Ama on my facebook facebook dot com slash Adam. Charles Co cash. I invite you all the questions of its rank heavy smoker and have a fun little after Party and with the pleasure of the chair I liked us the QNA give myself on number two delegates only not have that read aloud to the stream to make myself available. I pledged to continue to be the most available candidate or the libertarian part. Okay Mr Co cash you can put in the queue and then I will answer it in writing so that it will show up in the answers. Thank YOU MR CO cash for your service. We are now going to move into a second. Ballot is the secretary can work on preparing that ballot and get it distributed to the delegates. I believe While that ballot is being distributed with the elimination of Mr Koch I will go through the Q. And try and recognize people while the ballots are being distributed care. I just want to be clear so all that will be on. This ballot will be Jim Gray. Jacob Hornberger Joe Jorgensen John Mons and vermin supreme not has been eliminated or no. Lotta is always on the ballot. Okay and another. The rights and writings will not be on the ballot but there is still the ability for people to continue to write in. Thank you very much. You're very welcome. I have a point of information. Zoom in is control plus. I've appointed parliamentary privilege from New Hampshire delegate. Darryl Perry by Nick a beer dot com is now a thing that exists for those of you would like information on how to support both our chairman sanity. Andy Local Manchester New Hampshire craft beer store. I have a request for information from Texas Delegate Jacks Finkel do we gavel in believe that was ten? Am Austin time. The Star of the presidential nomination or the start the balloting for was I believe three twenty P M Austin time. The voting process took approximately one hour and twenty minutes. I think the next one will go much quicker The orders of the day the orders. So we don't have orders of the day. The remaining business is currently on our agenda is finishing the presidential nomination and doing the vice presidential nomination. I anticipate we will probably be reconvening tomorrow but I would like to get through another go tonight. Mr Co caches. A cell phone was now in the answered questions I was going to recognize. I believe was it Mr Kiosque who was going. Oh Mr Hagen Mr Hagen. You are recognized for your motion to suspend the to dispense with the state. Totals Mr Hagan. Go ahead and Madam Secretary if you could display the first round results again just the totals please one. And we're preparing a second round ballots. They're almost for care. Thank you on Indiana Delegate Jared Hall thanks. Charon delegates for making this go so smoothly Indiana delegates. Sam Goldstein says the ballot. He has has only fifteen states on it. I don't know what to do about that. We will go to Mr Hagan. You are recognized to make your motion Mr Hagan from Nevada. If we can find him and make it so he can speak. Not Kevin Hagen the other Hagen Tim Hagan no offense Kevin. Thank you Mr Chair I move. We suspend the rules to dispense with a roll call of the states for the rest of the presidential balloting and for all of the vice presidential. Okay there's a motion to suspend the rules to dispense with roll tall for all future. Balance of president or vice president and been seconded will move to a poll on that all in favor of suspending the rules in that manner to dispense with state-by-state. Roll call please vote. Yes if you'd like to continue a state by state roll call please no. The poll will be out shortly. It will be up for twelve minutes or two minutes rather I don't know I keep getting these privilege. Things about the ballot. Only showing fifteen states. I don't understand what the issue is but I hope it can get resolved. Lmu dress that. Mr Mr Fishman. I included a state as there wasn't beforehand just so that people can indicate their delegation. It is not Is a they can choose the state that they are in. It is not being total tabulated merely for sorting purposes. Okay and it's only for those states that are using election. Buddy correct okay. That's why there's only fifteen states. The poll is now up on whether to dispense with state-by-state roll-call the ballots should be being distributed Once this poll is done in two minutes I will start recognizing people on while the ballots are being distributed. Once the ballots are out. I would suggest that we be at ease or in a relaxed manner for I'm GonNa say will do twenty five minutes and come back and see where things are There's request for information from California Delegate Errands Star that into confirm that we will still show the state results each round. We will still display the spreadsheet. We won't recognize individual delegation chairs security of a time set for when you want voting to be closed so I think you need to have that arranged. With the delegations if we're going to come back in twenty five minutes. I think twenty minutes should be the default for the voting to be closed with election. Buddy but I think delegation chairs if they want longer and to cut it closer they should requested of you directly Mr Fishermen. Does that make sense it almost to do but I also don't want us to run up into the hey. We didn't close out the election buddies so we don't have any of results problem. We have thirty seconds left in the Paul on the suspension of the rules. Go ahead and vote. Yes will suspend the rules to dispense with state-by-state for future ballots. No will have still do state by state for future ballots of five seconds left. And then is Crawford if you can display the speaker list. Because I'M GONNA get back to that all right. Four that suspension of the rules. I have seven hundred forty two. Yes eighty nine. No twenty three abstained again. Seven four two. Yes eighty nine. No twenty three abstain. The motion passes we will dispense with state-by-state roll offer for future. Ballots is appointed parliamentary procedure from Nevada. Delegate Louis Hambo will Mr Fishman simply send a single election buddy email to all delegates for the purpose of voting in the subsequent rounds Mr Fishman. You can answer that if you like. It will only go to the states. Who chose to use election buddy? Okay we will now go to Montana. Delegate Jacob Kitson let Mister Kitson's speak go ahead Mister Kitson army. I can't no thank you MR chairman. I would like to use this time after having patiently waited both days to have the following statement. Please be put on the record that.

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If you will is the managing director for accenture technology vision. Michael built michael. Welcome into tomorrow. How are you sir. I'm doing well yourself doing fine. Thank you and glad to have you with us. This is a fascinating report where you really get into. How every leader is a technology leader. But tell me a little bit about the report in general since you've been doing it for twenty one years that's awesome. Yeah i mean so. The report is something we do each year. And what we've realized is that you know more and more. It's not just tech companies that have to understand what's changing in the marketplace in specifically which with technology. I mean really. It's everybody is that there isn't any difference nowadays between a strategy and technology strategy. You know you look at the investment you know the gm announced they're doing twenty seven billion dollars into electric vehicles to change the whole fleet. You ask yourself that question that says is that a technology strategy or is that their strategy in the answer is nowadays. It's almost always the same thing. And so what we do from a report perspectives. That we recognize of all. This is going to be fundamentally driving every business strategy. You know that that exist is that we need to keep a pulse keep tabs on what's changing year over year to make sure that everybody's prepared for us so that's what we do and michael interesting that you brought up that analogy because the first time i interviewed the former afford ceo I asked him on. the air. Says so at this point. Because we're talking so much about tech. Do you guys consider yourselves. You know a car company that also does tech or are you a tech company that happens to make cars and he actually pause for a minute and said you know. That's a very good question. And i'd have to say now we're a technology company that makes cars which i found fascinating but i guess it goes to your point about how it does affect every single industry. Now i mean it really does and i think the interesting part though about this year is that were twenty years in on technology really outpacing businesses and. I think what's interesting about this year is is that when we look at. What's really changing. The market is the yeah. The tech has changed a little bit but suddenly were looking at co vid as changing and refacing the world almost in a fundamental way. You know what our expectations what we need where we working do. We have jobs. What's our economy. Look like and so suddenly i think the role of technology is really switched. Is that it used to be the common trope to talk about technology as the disruptor in the marketplace but now we're looking at technology less as that villain and more as the hero that says as the world is being forced to change relatively rapidly. How do we use technology in order to keep ourselves afloat. I like that analogy to that makes perfect sense. And i know that the tech vision report every year has identified. I guess kinda the top technology trends that businesses need to heed in order to thrive. So i'm wondering what some of the main insights from this latest report are now. I mean. I think we'll start with the overarching insight. Which is this idea. That says yeah. Companies have to change their leadership. And i don't necessarily mean the need to change their people but they have to change the way you know and how they prioritize what they're trying to do with their company is that most companies have built themselves to where they are by being a master of optimization and scale is that how do i optimize the process huddle i figure out what consumers want and scale it to as many people as quickly as i can and that works i mean it's created most of the the world and most of the companies around there but we're in this weird period because of covid right now that everything's changed. I mean in under a year. You know we suddenly have what like two hundred and twenty five million people globally who've lost their job and an economy. That's got a big question mark. Sit next to it. Know we're seeing individuals change that you know in the us. I saw a report that says the now the majority of young adults now live with their parents. Which is the largest since the great depression things like public transit. Nobody wants to ride because it makes them feel unsafe. You don't go to. Movies is the amount of change like in fundamentally of how we live our lives and even how work is so much that the goal is no longer to try to perfect the business. That you already have rather. It's how do. I change my business as fast as i can. In order to catch up with the rest of the world and that's gonna take a very different leadership style and a lot of different tools than what most companies are used to today. it sounds like a a mindset. Change has to take place is what you're describing. Yeah i mean it's a mindset to start with you know that it's also a priority. I mean because think about it is the conversation that you were talking about. You know having with somebody like ford. It's a question that says they knew it was going to change And they had and they've been investing for a long time and things like electric vehicle or hydrogen fuel cells and all of the stuff that we see in know where it's going but the question has always been. How fast do i do it. And everybody's been prioritizing that says all right let's keep our current business keep our current business and then we're going to dabble and pilot in slowly on our own pace moved to these new changes and i think what we've seen now is that the world's changed so much as the optimizing what you're doing today is not gonna be do go l. for your company because that's not where your customers already more and so suddenly what we see is that instead of these next generation ang's being small nice to have as that more and more companies are going. Wow my business as of today is going to rely on. Let me give you an example as you take. Somebody like starbucks. is that starbucks. Like every place else is the win. The pandemic really hits when things closed most of their stores closed down. Yeah unlike most other people though is that they were already pretty well on their digital journey and they were able to quickly move to a point where all of their products so coffee snacks and everything else and all of their services basically moved into an online model and like the the currently doing about ninety percent of all of their business through their mobile app and through their drive through windows which is a vast different change. You know what they've been doing in the past but to get to that. Is that stubbornly you have to wrath rapidly rapidly changed the priorities of are the things that i'm doing. That are innovative in new. They small things or the things that i'm trying to actually rapidly dole out very very quickly and is that my priority to do so and i think for the first time. Everybody's got a real fire under them. That says i gotta change. And i gotta change quickly. And it's interesting gin. The the vehicle manufacturing industry has been so slow to change in general but certainly with technology over the years that that's a very good example of how they've got just snap to it and they've got to implement things again that mindset change for not only that industry but so many larger industries seem to take forever to change anything i guess the bureaucracy multi levels of management and so forth. It doesn't happen overnight like with a small business that says okay. Wait i get it. We got to knock that wall down and put in a drive through window. That's sort of now. It's exactly right. And i also think that most companies probably didn't realize that they could change as quickly. Because that's actually been one of the surprises is that you look at something like english. Nasa national healthcare services. That in a matter of weeks. And i mean like weeks under under a month they enabled one point two million employees to work remotely and if you had asked them prior to that whether or not they could do that they would have told you know once it became something. They didn't have an option to do you know they've they surprised themselves and i think you know. Would you combine that. With the fact that i'm going to say everybody's more comfortable with change. Because they have to because staying still is not necessarily your near term not going to necessarily be your most profitable. You know State of being the fact that you have people who you know like my parents aren't really good with technology and don't particularly wanna learn something new that are suddenly being forced to learn how to buy their groceries online and chat with people over zoom. Is that all of these. Things are really giving us. I think what. I'm calling a free pass to innovate. Is that the barriers to being able to fundamentally do something new have never been lower than they are right now is government the public is the everybody's much more open to making big changes because we're not in a place in similarly you know all the bureaucracy in companies. Is that the people who were dragging their feet to say. I'm not sure we should do this. Or this is the right time is that suddenly. It's like now is the right time to do. So you know. And i honestly think this is going to be an interesting opportunity for companies that were not gonna see anytime in the near future to make some of the big changes that they've been thinking about you know but do it with a lot less of the heartache roadblocks and backlash you know that you know with normally have we've got to pay a couple bills real quick so we're going to take a fast break and come right back and talk more with. Michael built managing director of accenture technology. Vision as into tomorrow continues. Hey jason bonetti for ready dot illinois dot gov with a message for the thousands of illegal aliens with functional needs. Needless to say everyone needs to have an emergency disaster planning and disaster kit but that plan kit may look a lot different for those with functional needs. Learn how to make a plan and a kit that best serves your needs and the needs of your family and even your pets at ready dot illinois dot gov there's tips for caregivers and seniors to make a plan and make a kit find out how at ready dot illinois dot gov that's ready dot illinois dot gov sponsored by email. Welcome back into tomorrow. As always i thank you for tuning in. I'm dave grave line. We're talking with managing director of accenture. Technology vision michael builds the website for even more info. And we're going to continue. Our discussion is accenture dot com slash tech vision. And of course. We'll get you there when you hit us up into tomorrow dot com but michael. You talked a lot about The pandemic and and how covert nineteen not to mention. I guess other global events or not to forget them from the past year. But how did they shape your findings in this twenty first year of your annual report. I i think they honestly define dr findings. Yeah 'cause 'cause here interesting thing that we had. Is that when we started this. And you know we'll we'll take take ourselves to task for this is the most years we come into the process ability and report like this thinking that we have a pretty good idea as to where things are going and i think for the first time is the this year is that we started with a blank slate as there's almost an amount of we don't even know what we don't know is that there's so much that has changed is that we're asking basic questions. You know that says is there going to be a percentage of students that are never going to go back to in person schools. And that's never something that we assumed was going to be a big track through you. Know what percentage of workers are never going to go. Actually go back to the office you know. There is an interesting trend. Seen is the the philippines. In manila is that they're actually paying people to leave the city and so they're trying to start to reverse that migration pattern of people going from rural areas into the city. And we're starting to ask questions that says the well if we're talking about a pandemic talking about people being nervous in large gatherings if we're talking about people being able to work remotely the that we seen for so long that we feel like our driving you know our economy and the way people work and live is the. We're going gonna start to see some of those radically shifts and when those radically shift is the. We're going to see a lot of new and interesting things. I think are unexpected. And honestly you don't get me wrong. I mean this is a global tragedy. Nobody wants to discount the enormous horrible loss of life and jobs that we're seeing you know but i really do think that this is going to spark a level of innovation that we haven't seen in fifty years another great point. I mean look at the vaccines that have come up faster than anything in history and and that kind of innovation makes perfect sense and personally I know exactly what you're talking about. I spent a month in the hospital with the rona. And the the interesting thing is you. Have you make reference to people not really knowing not having answers boy. That was the case with all the doctors and medical professionals i was dealing with. They were throwing everything at me because they didn't really know what worked. And what if we try that. What if we do this. What if we stopped that and it was like i felt truly like a guinea pig but whatever they were doing ultimately thank god kept me off a ventilator and ultimately sent me home and still suffering some symptoms five months later believe it or not but that whole concept of know what we don't know as you said earlier is a perfect example in the medical field with what's happened this past year. Now that's exactly right and we're gonna see this play out in. So many scenarios used to I'm going to say a mindset. That says Well now that. I can actually connect to my consumers out there is that i just have to ask them what they want. And then we'll be able to go from there. And i can give it to them and i don't think they know what they want anymore. I mean think about it. The take something ridiculously simple. You know that we have it. Says i miss going to the movies. But if you're gonna ask me when things open back up whether i'm comfortable going into a movie theater that has five hundred other people you're sitting close to me. I am not sure that that's okay anymore. And you want to change it. You want to check all of their vaccination cards or something personally i know tony plexiglass between the seats. I need my own little cell room you do. I suddenly need them to rent out the movies to me for a private party donating to do it with my kids at school is. I don't know what the answer is. And that's a strange place to be because what we're going to see start to happen is that companies are going to realize that we can define big problems and new problems in a way that i think has been really a challenge before because we're actually really looking at enough's changed. It's going to be different than what we thought it was going to be. But companies are going to get an opportunity to rewrite the you know in this case what the cinema experience is another one that i've been thinking about you know back to the car. Analogy is the. I don't think people are gonna trust public. Transit mean public transit right now ridership. The us is down something like sixty five percent know the faith in the ability for people to stay safe and healthy in large crowded areas like a train or a bus i think is very very questionable and the question mark that says will what does that mean for the future of public transit. Yo and what does that mean for. How cities manage the flow of people in and out. I don't think there's an answer for that yeah. I also don't think it's one that you just have to ask people what they want. I think rather it's gonna turn into you know people are going to create entirely new paradigm you know and then we'll see you know which vision of the future is the one that's gonna stick. Michael would you consider those kinds of things surprises from your tech vision report and were there others as well. Yeah i mean th there are surprised that they are surprises. And the i mean. Honestly there's there's so many things you know about you know about this. That are new. But i think one of the basic surprises that i'll throw out there you know and you know maybe this is just me as i'm i'm a little bit of tech nerd is the i think most people are going to be surprised that the data and analytics that they're already doing is probably not good anymore and what i mean by that is the know people have be basing decisions off of what you're going to buy and where you want to travel to and stuff is that these are all based off of long term trends in real deep insights into your consumers over the last ten plus years and company suspect enormous amounts trying to ma. You know how people react different things for it but the reality is is that. I believe that there is enough of a difference in both in terms of people's preferences how nervous they are going to be what their lives are what their priorities are in all of those unknown questions that i almost think that says that even though we're in a digital age where we're using technology and data to drive. Everything is that. There's a certain amount of we're going to have to do a reboot to basically flush all the data that we have out and then recollect it figure out who this new population as 'cause. I don't think that they're the same as the one that was there a year ago. Interesting and of course a discussion that we've had for many years on our show is security and cybersecurity and just overall concerns whether it be personal or business or otherwise but security in general did that surface and become a major issue in your report as well and i think this is the the weirdness of it is the everybody's getting a free pass the the really are is that there's a certain amount of the when the priorities came down to it. That says you know. Do i implement you know Remote work for example rapidly and quickly. Or do i make sure that it's entirely secure. And for the moment you know it was a. Let's get it out there. Let's get it out there fast. Because we need to keep people in their jobs. We need to keep people productive and we need to keep the company and frankly even the economy going and so there's an amount of were we're seeing things like security take a little bit of a back seat just because of how fast that we're moving now that being said is the. There is a a a day of reckoning coming. And i think we're just starting to see that now as we're seeing more security breaches yeah pop up. You know we're seeing your more things around fraud with things like the payments from the governments around the covid relief. Is that you know. All of these things are going to be there. You know and i think that yes. We have a little bit more leeway at the moment but we have to recognize that security to start with and i think you know responsibility processed are going to be a closely followed thing here that says yes we gotta get through it. You know but the scrutiny because all its digital. It's all being recorded. That's going to happen after this as to you know what companies did it right and what companies were acted in the best interest of their worker. The people in society you know is going to become very very pat and as we begin to wrap up to that point. I want to know what trends do you. View as perhaps most critical to focus on especially for companies. I mean honestly. The the most the one that i'll throw out here that i think is the most important you know. Maybe a little bit of the most boring. But i think it's the are strapped stack strategically trend. And this is really the idea that says the if you can't separate you're technology strategy from your business strategy you have to recognize the choices that you make today what you're investing in how you're building your systems. They're either going to be accelerating or you're going to be fighting against those choices for your strategy for the future and so you know doing you know. I'm going to say you know with an eye to the short term. You know has a potential to cripple your company going forward today where you know. Technology is really going to mean the difference between leading your industry you know and falling far behind closing the digital gap for twenty twenty one and beyond you've got to check out the twenty first annual accenture technology vision report and you can do that by visiting accenture dot com slash tech vision again. We'll get you there too when you visit us at into tomorrow. Dot com managing director for accenture technology vision. michael belts. Thank you for spending these minutes with us fascinating insight and we look forward now to the twenty second report may be some good changes have occurred when we can chat with you again next time. Thanks for having me. It's our pleasure again. Michael built managing director of accenture technology vision. And that's where you wanna go accenture dot com slash tech vision to check out this report masters of change at a moment of truth because leaders are wanted. 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But if this is just passwords your best bet is to get a dedicated password. Manager now password. Managers are built specifically to store your passwords securely and can suggest new strong passwords as well. Some will also alert you. If one of your passwords had been compromised in data-breach for example. So you know to updated before anything bad can happen. Yeah there are many very popular subscription based options like one password and last pass but there are also free versions that you can use if you're not ready to pay for a yearly fee for the protection some of the free offerings include a veras password manager and bit warden. Now if you switch to a free version keep an eye out for the free up to one device or similar phrasing. The ones we mentioned are just free for personal use. There are paid team plans that allow multiple users but some are only free on one device as a hook to get you to pay to get access on your phone or other devices as well But tim good question. And i'm glad you're thinking that way because it is very important I think i've said many times on the show. I don't think. I have said many times on the show that i use a word doc that password protect and store all of my passwords in it so hopefully making it difficult because it's password protected and then i use some various and sundry methods of my own within the passwords that. Tell me what. I mean without giving the password so even if somebody got into my file they're still gonna have to guess and i have a note on my iphone with my passwords because my phone. You need my face or my code to get in it and my phone's always on me anytime anyway. It's not really the most secure. Because i could be doing a better especially if i get one of these apps that to passer managers. But that's what i do. Okay well maybe you want to consider one of these free apps and manage your passwords more. Now i like when they also suggest a more complicated password. Great just what i need. 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Jim valley is gonna come on in these second segment of the show. Because as i look through all of this year. There's a lot of news that i need to talk about very quickly. Before we talk about wrestlemainia. It'll be easier for me to just ramble on through the opening segment with all of the news. And then starting in the second segment we can have myself. Mike and semper. Vp or myself. Mike and jim valley. Mike is simple. Vivey we'll have two full segments to preview two full days of wrestlemainia and we won't have any news to talk about. So that's the way we're going to do it here today so when we come back among the topics the final night ever of head to head wednesday night wars at least for the time being who knows what will happen a year from now but for now the winston at war's ended final. 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Live with bryan alvarez and mike on the sports byline broadcasting network for is here wrestling observer live mexican wrestling observer dot com as noted next segment. Valley's going to join us. When all preview wrestlemainia give her thoughts and all the matches etcetera but first off a little bit of news at one point this from the front page of wrestling observer dot com. A plan was discussed for meeting thirty seven. That would feature the return of becky lynch a plan that might begin to take form on fridays. On this week's observer. Dave reported the plan was for bailey to a ding dong. Hello interview segment at some point. During the weekend that would see lynch return by quote driving a big truck in and also explains bailey seemingly not being booked for the show after a year when she was women's. Mvp meltzer rav as no these mexican restrooms and booked on either night of wrestlemainia has not wrestled since late february. Six man tag recently said in an interview. she's not injured and claims. There are no plans for her. Despite pitching several non grudge title matches. Listen plants can change. But i mentioned this a while ago unless bailey is medically disqualified. If you don't think that she's going to be doing something on either one or nine two wrestlemainia. I got to know what to tell you because they did. Angels to get billy k. On the show. So there's no way that they thought you know this this Multi woman tag team match. Let's make sure we get billy k. Involved but not bailey. So i don't know if it's going to be smackdown leading something on wrestlemainia or maybe the ding dong hello will be an wrestlemania. But i am quite confident that you'll see bailey doing something at wrestlemainia and we can talk about that in the next segment with mike and jim also. I got to talk about this. 'cause about something that makes people mad because every week we talk about numbers and people get mad. Well this is our last chance to talk about head to head numbers but not our last chance to make everyone mad and i already saw people getting really mad about this and i don't even know why but like they've got to get mad about something so it was an xt versus w on wednesday night. So as i had predicted an x t one in total viewers and they lost in. The demo is the story of of many of these big like the halloween havoc. In every time it takes to you runs a big show a special show on wednesday. They've they often win in total viewers. But they still almost always win or lose in the in the main demo which would happen here so dynamite. Six hundred eighty thousand down one point seven percent from last week the lowest show is done since january sixth prior to that you'd have to go back to june twenty twenty to find another show where dynamite was below seven hundred thousand viewers going head to head the t shouted seven hundred and sixty eight thousand viewers which was up seventeen point four percent from the previous week. The combined audience one point four five. Six million viewers was the highest on wednesday since march third. As far as like the demos females eighteen to forty nine at exte- one and of course the the older people over fifty and eighty w one the eighteen forty nine demo in all of the other demos. Now i mean like you wanna get mad about that stuff. That's whatever people always do. But that's the story. It's been the story of million times. There's nothing new in these numbers that we haven't seen a million times. But i will tell you what is new. And that is that. Annex t was simulcast on peacock. They aired on peacock aired on the usa network. Now if you watched the show on peacock you got to watch the whole show uninterrupted. No commercials you could just watch it start to finish or if you watched it on the usa network you're stuck watching all of the commercials and such now. I've been hearing for a long time. Nobody watches television anymore. Everybody streams and of course. I always anytime i say anything. They'll say. Yeah but but my friends. I don't know anybody. I don't know anybody that watches. Tv me and my friends. We all stream. Therefore i have extrapolated then everybody in the world only streams and nobody watches television. Well hate to break it to you. But virtually nobody watched at exte- on peacock at best at best they may have done one hundred thousand viewers on peacock and the remaining seven hundred and sixty eight thousand watched on the usa network. So like your friends and you the reality is. You're still in the vast minority. We're still looking at eighty five to ninety think about this. Eighty five ninety percent of the viewers chose to watch on the usa network with commercials as opposed to streaming it on peacock with no commercials. That's where we still are in twenty twenty one. I know some. you don't want to believe it because of your friends okay. But i'm telling you that the vast majority of people will still watch your show on television with commercials as opposed to streaming on a weekend where they all signed up for the streaming service so they could watch wrestlemainia now. We did a poll yesterday which also made people mad. Your poll is is is legit as the w e. hall of fame. Listen obviously it's a twitter poll. Okay but the reality is that a sizable percentage of people don't have to pay for peacock. This is just a fact. What do you have mike in affinity or comcast or something like that. I have expanded the owners of nbc universal and the owners of all of this stuff and they give it to us for free brother. Do you know how many people still have comcast xfinity and all of the and cox and all of these peacock for free. I mean maybe my poll was not like totally accurate. But like if you don't think that there is a distinct possibility that forty percent of the people that subscribe at the wb network will now get it for free through their cable operator like. I don't know what to tell you like that's probably very close to the number. Okay so i mean that just tells you if you think about the number of people that used to watch annex t on the wb network and you extrapolate that over two. I mean it's not crazy at all. It was maybe one hundred thousand people that shows to watch it on peacock as opposed to watching on the usa network with commercials because the reality is the vast number of normal human beings. I mean dude you can go up on the cable chart and you can compare demos this week to last week. They're virtually identical because people still wanted to watch it on usa. Even though the the the opportunity you watch it for free on streaming service. I'm sorry why are you mad at me. it's not my fault. i didn't do anything. We need a drop of a of What's man's name. I goldberg saying virtually identical this person here know. The system is not archaic. Uk believe it is archaic because you and your friends stream. But that's a drop in the bucket still in two thousand twenty one eight archaic system based on the archaic way that people are still taking their entertainment for the most part for an t fans as well to look at their demographic and look at the people who are least likely to change and least likely to give something a shot or lease likely to vary from their ways. They tend to be older viewers. What is next major demo older viewers. So i don't know if that's got anything to do with the two but it certainly won't help the matters in won't help that rating god. These people a twist themselves into knots to convince themselves that what they and their friends do is what everybody does it. It's not true. I'm sorry and you know what people want. Let me tell you something. Yes i stream everything. I don't have cable. There is no cable in this house. I stream everything. If you're one of those people that streams everything that's cool. I do too but i don't sit here and say well because i do it. Everyone else must do it because the numbers show that. That's not the case. Everybody else doesn't do it. They watch on tv. I'm sorry i'm not mad about it. I don't know why you are calm down. I gotta get you in valley on come on back in a moment observer live we. Here's a great way to save money on your prescription medications. If you take viagra or cialis we can give you away to pay as little as two dollars. A pill compare. 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You're listening to wrestling. Observer live with bryan alvarez and mike semper. Vv on the sports byline broadcasting that work here wrestling observer live reveal also of wrestling observer at dot com. Old habits die hard. I hear myself jim. Sorry about that right there we go. Jim is jim. Jim is here. Everyone how you doing. Mr valley third him. Hey guy out them. Yeah man you look great. Thank you feel good. What's going on. Give us a health update. Things are good. Do physical therapy couple of times. A week i went and saw my doctor who oversees the physical therapy and. He said that i'm exceeding expectations. So that's good. There's a few other things going on. But as far as i'm walking a lot more tired so things are coming along good over. I think you know you posted something or your wife the other day where you're now hundred and forty pounds with a twenty inch waist and couldn't help but notice that i am one hundred and forty pounds with a twenty eight inch waist and the point of this is you have those stats and they think that you should be rehabbed. Well the good. There's this is you can swap clothes now. Yes you're close but it was concerning to me like should i be rehabbing. No i think you have much more muscle tone and you know. I don't have a lot of muscle tone. Well you're gonna get more everyday. Jim we're gonna give you we're gonna get you under those weights here pretty soon. It's right now. I also was was. I could have gotten this wrong but when you were when you were very sick and i think that you had i don i remember when it was but i was face booking with your wife and she said i could have sworn that she said something like they're starting to figure out what what what happened to you and why everything went so awry with your autoimmune disease and she seemed to suggest that they had some sort of idea where they could maybe prevent from happening or or next time something happened he could prevent it from getting. Is that true or did i misread that. Well what the issue was is with all covert thing you know. All the hospitals were very difficult to get into and every six months every so often. I need to get an infusion of this drug and because of the covert situation. I didn't get my scheduled in fusion so that was probably part of the problem. Ac led to the recurrence of my autoimmune disease that causes it to flare up. You know just kind of a perfect storm of everything happening. I was misdiagnosed with laryngitis. What it was actually. bjp pneumonia. And i think that kind of was a domino. The triggered a lot of things so so you so they feel that as long as you can keep getting your infusions every six minutes like. Hopefully we won't have this problem exactly and you've also been fully vaccinated against kovin. I've got both my vaccinations so we're good to go. As a matter of fact you know. My wife is a superstar in the travel industry and with travel opening backup her business really picked up and she gets invited to different events and things so she's got a work thing in florida and she doesn't want her earn so i'm going to travel with her may fifth blood and guts. Oh i am going to be at daly's place so if you're going to be there come on by and say alot and i love to meet any observers subscribers who are going to be there for blood and guts which coincidentally they did not named after me. They could've but they didn't but may fifth how much people that'd be fun now. This will be if i recall correctly. you know better than i your first major trip since getting out of the hospital. So you've got like what are you. Got here three weeks to train for this trip are you. Are you ready well. That's what happened. Is i posted a picture of me in rehab joking. I'm getting ready for tokyo. You know because. That's the big event. And i a nap that dan i wake up and my twitter is blown up and look at it and tony. Kahn as tweeted at me. Will you look like you're in shape right now for dailies place and that's just kind of how it happened. I wasn't going to go to wrestling subject. My wife do it. But tony got tweets at ya. It's blood and guts wife. Thinks about this blood and guts shots. Been a very controversial topic. I would saying the stereotypical female reaction that dave meltzer talks about. But you know. My wife is seen wrestling in japan which no longer exists. She seemed to wrestle. She's been to arena mexico. Ribera steakhouse killer cons. She's got some wrestling cred. So this will just add to her wrestling legacy a jim. How's it been getting back on the horse. He did the with gave. And now you're you're back during the shows with me. The pacific rim podcasts. that are up on the site. Has it been getting back into the podcasting game. No it's good. I mean i wanna to do it you know. I think i can do it. You know my issue is that. I think obviously people are happy to hear me and i love all of you appreciate all that from the bottom of my heart sincerely but i think that with my voice the way it is. I worry that. If i come back too soon people will grow tired of this and not want to listen to my voice in this condition so i think for the time being less is more until i get it back to a more pleasing sounding voice. At least that's my thought on it. Maybe people have some other thoughts. That's just kind of my general feeling on it. You know it's it's too bad that Jericho turn baby face. Because he can't heal on you now when you go down there for blood and guts. That's true but you never know. I guess probably might have a word or two. Yeah you never know what he does. Well we got Wrestlemainia coming up this weekend which you're not going to know where am i But we have lineups for both of these night. So here's what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna say a match and then we're going to say who we think is going to win. Or obviously there's an angle or storyline or whatever so Let's just kick it off 'cause we got to talk about here. Sasha banks and bianca belair. I will start this one by saying that bianca bel air is going to win this title. It'd be disgusted if this is not happening. Jim your thoughts. Yeah considering it's going on last the first night that they've got to coronating bianca bel air and that's good wsb criticized for making new stars and it seems like they're really making an earnest attempt with bianca. Belair they've had the best buildup any match on wrestlemainia this year which is not saying much but yeah bianca biller my love everything about this with the main eventing and look they had stumbled coming out of the gate with bianca daily which i didn't think they could screw up and this hasn't been beautiful either religion mansion. It's been one of the better builds they've had and it's bianca's time she's a star. She should be one of the faces. That company going forward. So give her the one. We have got bobby. Lashley and drew mcintyre for the title. And i still predicted this will open the wrestlemanias show. I believe will be the first match in the ring. I think he's gonna have a great reaction. I think he's going to win the title in front of people which he was supposed to do last year. Drew mcintyre is my pick. Jim you know. I agree with you but it sure feels like they're trying to turn bobby lashley baby face when you look at bobby lashley with his muscles and his physique. He's everything that vince wants. Atop guy and yet drew mcintyre may win. But i think this is part of a bobby lashley baby-faced turn in the future her mike. I'd love to see it. I'd love to see bobby. Lashley continued to be focused on. I would hate to see him an. Mvp broken up. But whatever they decide to do. I just hope that lashley stays in the mix. I would love to see him. Hold onto the bell here but drew winning the title in front of fans especially brian in the way that you mentioned with an opening the show i can absolutely see that. So book ending the show title changes. You know with great reactions. I think we're going to come out of both. I think would be a perfect thing for this show. We have got a bad bunny and damian priests versus the miz. John morrison and i think all you need to know about this match is bad bunny. Didn't even get rolled up from behind to lose that title. He just gave it up. He traded it so they ain't beaten us bad bunny. I would presume that either. Bad bunny pins the miz after damian pres hits the ms with something so ms can transfer the heat to priest or i mean we just sort of pin situation but Yes i would say into bad bunny damien winning this match jim. Yeah you got two goals in this match. One to highlight bag. Bunny for sportscenter or mtv your dmz and the other is to make a star out of damian breezed. And it's going to be curious to see where damian preschools next a us title. What do they do with him. For a long time. I was really happy with this development on an xt was slow and steady was winning the race and now they've really rushed him and he looks great. He may be ready. But i don't know. I don't have a lot of faith in. Wb creative going forward. But yeah. 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That's a e. n. o. n. c. a. s. t. one five canaan clearly better. You're listening to wrestling observer. Live with bryan alvarez and mike zimmer. Vv on the sports byline broadcasting network show rhinovirus wrestling observer. Live mc semper. Vv jim valley. And before we get mike's prediction on his bed bunny match. I people are so angry that other people watch tv like this is a level of insanity. I cannot even fathom. Why are you mad about this. This is what i start thinking about. What's going on in these people's lives and they're so angry to learn that people still watch television. Why source of anger anyway your Your thoughts on this bed bunny match. Important thing is damian. Priest comes out of it a bigger star and even if bad bunny is the one who ultimately gets the victory here over the ms morrison and it should be the ms with the way. This whole thing is gone. Bottom line is what does damian priests go on to. Hopefully it's something good. We'll talk about it later on. I can easily see shameless. Winning the us title thing. That will be a perfect thing. Damian priest he shameless absolutely hammer each other. Shameless helping daime priest along to whatever. Wwe ways need to be known for him in a main event position. Whatever needs to be done. I think that would be great. So that's the direction. I'm going here with bad. Bunny in the victory spicier says only old people watch tv. Are there no cable and network charts to look at food all right. Hey we got the new. Aj styles enormous actually. Don't know who's gonna win this match. I mean you would think. aj muss. But i mean it's it's the debut of almost you know i don't know how good the guy is. They say he's gotten better. Do you want to take the risk of making them take team champions and having them russell all the time. I mean almost had mashed before. Is he going to be a regular not. I don't know. I am going to just say that the day wins. Aj gets pinned. Jim. that's plausible. it his wrestlemainia and you want the new data be successful. But you know there's always a surprise where it's not an obvious thing so i think i'm gonna go with. Aj domos with aj and almost too because as long as age as healthy. He's the one that's going to carry that team. It's just my hope that we do see almost debut. He does not have mauve ring gear. They're like the new colossal connection bothering year. So we got braun. Strowman and shane mcmahon in a cage match. Which of course is built around the fact that shane mcmahon keeps calling braun dumb like in a normal universe. Bronx roman winds. Okay but i have seen many. Shane mcmahon matches that bill to the point where she mcmahon should lose and yet he wins so I am going to. I'm going to predict braun strowman. But i'm also not going to be surprised. In the least. If shane mcmahon wins his cage match. I hate this viewed. I think everybody hates. This feud and the fact that it's so miserable makes me think by deputy standards. This must continue so in order for to continue shane mcmahon. We'll find a way to seek out a win. They'll be some stunt. Bump and shane will get his arm over braun. Strowman and unconscious or weary. Shane mcmahon will somehow pin braun strowman. Unfortunately this feud will continue my Maybe this is how we can bring back raw underground or the scott to be settled in the pit or something like that i. I'm hoping braun gets the victory here. I think he overcomes jackson reicher in elias and chain and everything else. Whatever else happens here at least opening overcomes all of this and gets the win. I do love the cage match discussion about how we're going to get it to continue on ridiculous and interference. We have cicero versus seth. Rollins built around. Seth being angry that he was swung in a circle. Really should win this match. And i actually think this sorrow is going to win this match. But as in all of these matches i mean i would not be surprised in the least if it went the other way because of course it would your thoughts. Jim there's always a few upsets again every year and it seems like says. Ro should win so i will go with surra you know. Hopefully one of the things wrestlemainia this year with two days and only i had full batches each night. I hope that means that matches like this. We'll get some more time. What it probably means is lots of skits and lots of gaga and sports entertainment in between each of the matches to take up time. But we'll see what happens but probably cesaro. We have lots of any. Oh sorry might go ahead. Just say this match is gonna kick ass. And i'm going to go with seth rollins here getting victory. So seth rollins wise. I going with south year. Look he lost last year and he comes back in. We've like came back in the same character that i'm not happy about other resilient brought him especially as a baby face and unless you're going to do says ro and roman reigns which. I can see being possible if you think. Roman reigns is going to win on night. Two other than that to me. It's like you'd better do something. With seth rollins here and get him back up to the upper echelon as much as you can with this gimmick because otherwise i mean what's he gonna do. I mean i. I don't see going forward here again unless it's in rains. Why would you be. Seth rollins here who again you gotta start getting him and ready to go at some point right. We have got lana. And naomi versus dana and mandy versus live and ruby versus natty into meena versus. I believe carmella. And what's her name now. Villi k. florida these. What are these four. They are for that. Oh my god oh it's a number one contenders match to tell you the night to. You're excited aren't you. I mean this in the way possible. Who cares is there. One team in here is like oh. We're going to get a great match. If they win. I mean. I lay naomi. We're gonna feel the glow on ninety two jim. I hope you're right. They're doing stuff with billy k. So maybe i'm going to go with. Who's bill gates partner. Carmella billy case. Yeah i'll actually. I'm going with With ruby riott and live morgan. Who actually would have the best match. I think that you can put together there and hey why not jax shayna baszler against them on night to the that'll work for me all right so night to. We do have nine. Shane of of the winter the tag team turmoil match. Actually you know what. I gotta go back. It is obviously carmella and billy k. Because then we do carmel. And billy cavers shayna. Reginald turns a night and shayna so that carmella and billy k. Win the titles with reginald returning to carmella elite as one half billy kane carmella as your tag team one session and bailey were just running rush out all summer. It was awesome. And then they say that we must break them up and view them over a month and they split apart and everything for wrestlemainia even though she will. But what do you make. Sure that billy k. And carmella and obtain champions all right roman reigns edge in daniel bryan. Anybody ever prediction here. I want to hear your first jim. I don't know this is kind of a pick. His far as that goes you know. I don't know they. Have anybody really ready for roman reigns should he retain so. I'll just go with edge but it could be any of them. Mike i'll go. I'll go i'll go. Daniel bryan actually logo daniel bryan dan. O'brien can get one over on. Roman reigns even though it doesn't happen to be in a one on one match so they want more history. They do video packages as you go along the line you can do that. Plus you can get roman reigns in out of this deal if you wanted to keep going with that edge daniel bryan edge roman reigns. You wanna put seth rollins in the knicks are again wins and gets victory over south. You can put him in the mix either against edger rains or look. There's a lot you could do here. And it's not cut and dry. And i think they did add. This has not been the best built for this either. Obviously with what they've done but it actually has given me a little bit more of a question mark going into the show so we have that going for us. So i'll actually go daniel bryan here and i have no idea what comes next put. Why not well i am. I am picking edge because it's actually the only storyline they've got. It's got like a ten year build. It makes sense and the problem. Is they mess. It all up by turning edgehill now. Who cares like i mean. I guess he can win. The title and then brag that he got it back and everything like that. But that's not even the the good story would have been as a baby face. He comes back and he wins the title that he never lost and they screw the whole thing up. So i guess you could give it to daniel bryan for the happy ending. I mean i guess you could give it. To roman reigns but roman reigns has ruined to everybody on the roster. Who's the ten year. Build is for edge winning the title as a baby face on this show and they messed it up. So i don't care. We got oscar. And rhea ripley res gotta win so i predict anybody waiting for that. Big oscar win here. I mean you can happen. You can happen. But i think reince to win this title agreement right. That went for last biggie and apollo crews in a nigerian drum battle. I will go i i mean. Apollo crews is wrestled. This guy for like six months has never beaten him. can't i think he's going to win. The title here is a he'll and wrestlemainia. Because oh my not. That's why it some sort of gimmick match whatever the whatever the drums are so. I gets the to sing biggies theme music so that going for him but i mean my god i. It's it's a nigerian drama match right. it's got it's not apollo crews apper coming up short all these times changing his gimmick seeing coming to america to and then getting a match that's all set up for him if he doesn't win wh- them what do you do with paulo cruise unless he's going to be running around on twenty four for twenty four seven titles so he'd better win this match. We have got kennel ins versus sammy. Zane with logan paul. I think it's patently obvious. That kevin owens beat semi's aim after logan paul knocks out sammy's as anyone have any any uh debate would think so. A battle abroad is a great historian. Wrote a great article that search out. sammy zane. According to them bristled seven to eight hundred times so this is sort of a culmination of their relationship to be able to do this match. But yeah what they. Oh it's wins without from logan paul. You know we've got two great generational rivalry matches in a couple of days. Kyle o'reilly and adam cole. You know maybe coming to an end for a while. You know their whole generational rivalry that they've had and then obviously what's gone on with sammy's and and kevin owens. I hate the fact that low compulsive all the heat. The paul family. Your isn't he fighting. Banana-skin is one of them. I don't know regardless. I think kevin owens gets the victory here and again i don't like all the seasoning that they have rounded. But you know the match itself was going to be damned good because it always is riddle versus shameless for the whatever title is is us title. I mean i. I think that shame is getting the title. I mean he may not get it here at this show. They can always have riddell win tonight in. The shameless wins on raw. They want something being on raw after wrestlemania every every year so I'll predict riddle. Even though i think shameless winds within the month. 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We lost a bunch of times to mcintyre and then get rewarded with a lesser title so shameless wins wrestlemainia. If not he'll win on raw. But i'll go with. I'll go shameless about you. Mike jamesy it's victory so i don't know what they do with a map for that. There's a lot you could do. But i'd again my idea about the david preece thing. I think i liked that going forward for both guys all right and finally he very quickly. It's a wrestling match. The fiend and randy orton. What hold and who is going to win. I predicted a fiend wins with a mandible claw way. No the whatever's move is the sister abigail. That's my prediction. What about you. Jim going to hold is he gonna use that. The fans lose no matter what yet again. One of the most boring matches in wrestlemainia. Let's have it be a rematch. Sure the fiend wins. But it's gonna stink up the joint. At least mike very quickly. I hope you go back into the dark. Recesses of johnson his mind. That's the only thing. Don't make the salvageable team. They won more by the way before we go are the fans to cheer or are they gonna do this match out of the building. I say boo what about you. Jim definitely boo. What about you mike. Now we'll find out soon what we pay or at a time. Everybody we back sunday with more with our pre show for wrestlemainia stuff coming up. Thanks mike always jim belly. Twitch oh as everybody listening to mightier ten ninety sports byline every studio. We'll talk to you next time. Wrestling observer live next up on ring. Talk live worldwide ak. Wbz boxing tv. We're talking boxing. Martial arts straight. Up king ryan garcia of course harvey for tune. In of course tonight nigel. Benn's young son. Connor ben on zone stayed up lots of boxing. Mma to talk about next on these sports byline broadcast network. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed. Radio art man newsfeed dot com. 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Broadcasting live on youtube from an underground bunker deep within the jungles of mexico. I'm dan taxation berman former candidate for president of the united states currently the race for governor of texas. And we're about to step things up this week. we've got some really amazing stuff coming up As we tour texas. But today i have my good friend friend. Alex moore said is the former vice chair of the libertarian party and the best share. Ever of a libertarian national convention. Yes i said that best ever. i've been to anyway. Also a professional wall street trainer who trained traders. That's a mouthful with ethical libertarian ideas. he's also software developer. So he's got that going for him. That's why we're good friends But before we get started. If you're watching the livestream please make sure like share and comment and ask your questions. Sending your super chats and tonight's episode is brought to you by the number of knowledge indoor grown chemical-free smokable hemp flour and delta eight cartridges legal in all fifty states get elevated at nuggets knowledge dot com. And of course help the show out. Head over taxation steph dot info and by hats by a flag by t shirt all kinds of cool stuff over there and now into the show. Alex welcome. How you doing dan. Thanks for having me. It's it's nice to talk again. It's been a while. yeah it has been you. Well i guess. I wanna say well. You haven't been that active in the party lately but it's like i the party hasn't been that actively i mean there been a lot going on especially because of covid not a whole lot of conventions in that sort of thing but Yeah it has been awhile. I wanna start off by asking you which taxed you hate the most Piling more than likely the the income tax I think it was any attack. I hate just as much. That's why one of the reasons why i should. Hopefully we'll be moving to florida soon. So i wanted to deal with that anymore. Lease at some level and doubles double income tax. The over there. i yeah. it's the worst new york city. You're getting hit city state. Local high sexual. Yes i'm like. I'm getting pummeled from all sides. I doubt about that. New york city has like its own city. Eighty income act nuts. Yeah yeah yeah. And then like i don't i don't i i work remotely now. So it's like there's no reason for me to be here so we're going to let we can just give your job of po. Box texas and nevada florida. I mean you know just tell them your vpn fair enough. I mean what's the difference Yeah it's it's funny how that works right because like what's what's their excuse for taxing your income like are are you because you're using the roads or something but you're paying the gas tax so at doesn't it. It doesn't make any sense. It's all bullshit it's like it's some of them so much of it gets gets wasted on imprisoning people in the federal level. You're talking about people who who die personally. Rules people whose livelihoods are crushed because of some of these rules. And it's all out of our dollars. Yeah it's it is insane. Yeah you for all those people who love paying your income tax. If you're listening just so you know you have blood on your hands because you voluntarily give them money so they can go drop bombs on people whereas i only give them money when they put a gun in my face and even then i try not to until oh sorry. I don't have my wallet on me. keep my my makita cash in my sock. I'm hopeful we can get to a world where they can definitely be little to no taxation. I definitely this is. Why like i take the approach encouraging people to be like to each other because a lot of times when you think about like. Why do people have this impulse alike. Government do x. government. Do i oftentimes. Because of how the fear of uncertainty we have towards each other. It's kind of like we think that this other person's gonna do something to us. So we need the government to stop in before they do something to us. So we'll trust each other more like these. Are the milwaukee got along or kind of to each other. You know venture we can just stop asking to be this sort of violent monopoly that interferes because we can just be a community So let's by right. We can be the adults right. we don't need to. I mean that's basically what it is right like when you're when your kids on the playground and like someone gets in a fight you call the adults over and they're supposed to break it up and that's as adults that's kind of what we asked the government to do but it's like if we can break our own fights up. We don't need them for that. Exactly if we just we learn and that's like things that communication emotional towns just learned. We just choose to be better. We will get better a better world than the less violence more consent all that good stuff so it's just it's just all about just you know getting people to be better and then the government will go away. Yes i like that. I like that part. It's a happy it's the story with a happy ending. I like happy endings. So so let's talk about like what you do or what you did you you train wall street traders. What's that what's that like. what's that about. I did it for two thousand eight to two thousand and nineteen So basically what i do is at. This comes back to government regulations because of regulations that different level to participate in. You need several different licenses. So like android series seven sixty. Three if you're like a higher level senior could be. Ceo could just be managing director at some level. Many twenty four. If you're an investment banker in seventy nine trader fifty seven so i would actually train people for these different exams which oftentimes required me to just teach foundational financial concepts with the different products like futures and options teaching economics talk monetary and fiscal policy In lots of different topics. We'd also do practice planning where we sit down with like financial planners and teach them how to build their business how to build a business that attracts customers in attracts referrals. So i learned a lot in that space and school. Because i got to be a very kind of sort of educational influence on a lot of people in finance and cut through inject a lot of sort of libertarian thinking and libertarian perspective and a lot of these products and ideas and whatnot for for for over a decade and was pretty awesome especially at the entry level. A lot of these people who are getting their licenses were either like college graduates. Sometimes high school dropouts role. You know people young people with forming those ideas so it was nice to be able to be in that spot. Influence them right so so did you. I mean is there. Is this like all kinds of like classroom based or like a little bit of all of the above so basically we had classes. So you'd be able to sign them for like regular schedule classes. And i sit there with a whiteboard and for colored pens. Sometimes that actually get hired. So i got to travel the world a little bit too like places like amsterdam To teach two classes there or did you one trainings there We also do special programs in. This company was a greco financial training. There's still do classes or training programs. i just now have switched careers. They would also do program where we like taking on wall street with the stock exchange. Also the nasdaq. See the opening closing bell like that and the this is where we like. Show me like how to build up their practice. 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It'll be more confident in the rule awesome. Yes that's really cool. And and so. I'm i'm kind of an amateur a stock trader. And i know. I know everybody's really excited about You know what's been going on with gm and and some other stuff And i think let's talk about that. Let's talk about some of the crypto stuff too. But i i guess like well. Let me let me ask this. Will i let me ask what's your take on. Gm jimmy and like game stock. And what's the what's the like. How did this unfold. What's the back story here in in your view from my understanding. Is you have a group on right at the talks about trades this kind of started at some momentum this are buying games stock and not just because they wanted to push up the stock but apparently there are some legitimate reasons why they were bush game stock in the long run dot caused a price increase. Now what happens is a lot of people who short positions assure position is when you sell somebody else's stock With the promise to return that stock at some point in the future the hope is that you get the buy back stock that you bought at a lower price. You're betting the price will go down but if the price going up you don't wanna lose too much money so you get out of those shorts that causes but then that means buy stock back that pushes the price up even further. That means more people who are short and this. What's called a short squeeze when you have this sort of cascade of short seller's buying back into the market causing game sock to increase pretty quickly. I mean we've cbc socks all the time it's it's not anything out of the ordinary or there's nothing wrong with it. I think it was just such a big move up. It was such momentum because it moved up so quickly then you had other investor saying oh wow games. I quickly so i should go buy some games talk to and you have this kind of self fulfilling momentum which is fine like a lot of people are like. Oh we need like to put rules on this kind of thing and we need to go. Punish oftentimes let's just because some hedge fund lots of money Because you know they thought shorting game stock was like a sure thing and they lost a lot of money and now they they need to. They need the tell the politicians in their pocket that somebody's but at the end the day you want short. But you also want speculators. They hold each other accountable. Anytime speculators like everytime short seller short sell stock to low then using the speculators saying we need more rules on short-selling and whenever the the speculators have a price goes up too high in the short seller's was the money they say oh got to put rules in speculates but they hold each other accountable if a price gets too high. It's a short sellers who say. Hey you're ridiculous when short sell that stock if a price gets too low then it's the speculators who say hey that prices too low we're gonna hold you accountable that you need that in the market so when people sit there and say hey we need to make rules in kind of thing. They want to hurt market prices. In market prices allow that market activity that force force between short and long that battles allows there to be actually a fair market price over the long run. yes they'll be blips with vices. Get weird but but when you have sort of hard to value assets like securities and whatnot. A market provides a liquidity provides a fair value so that we companies can continue to raise money basic basic so that people can invest and build their wealth and messing with has huge ramifications. I'm always very very disturbed when he gives people talk about like regulating a short-selling and longstanding nothing. That are that the industry itself shouldn't always try the practice best practices but it already does. I worked for financial companies training them on the rules that they already follow. Which are a ridiculous amount and you know you know in most businesses would soon follow some rules which assist in place because generally every business needs insurance in every insurance company has put on their policyholders. Because hey i want to manage the risk. That i have so a lot of our is like keeping track records. That would probably still be in place it would just be technically. That's what happens now. It's usually exchanges. Who require these things because exchanges have a lot of financial liability on the participants. They guarantee you the trades so if the traders don't you know take care themselves. They can put the exchange rest of change. Its rules on which. That's a sensible. I'd rather have them do within the government. Do it because you can go to another exchange. You're going to like it. But now with the rules that they have kind of made it all at one. Big giant exchange and old rules are very homogenized because of a lot of top down stuff. So you don't really have that competitive market for rules like you once did So that was like a lot of points one but the bottom line is like i just don't like it when people try to centrally manage rules because you want to in the same way. I wanna market for cell phone. So that way they can be improving cell phones and prices. I wanted to be a market for rule so that can be better rules over time right. I think that's interesting because like you know There's so i. I mean i always look at stocks as gambling And i grew up in la and we had some little casinos around la. Like i don't know if they were technically indian territory or whatever there's one there was a hustler casino those owned by hustler There are a couple of other ones. There was one in bell gardens but then there was vegas right but you had drive a few hours to get there but the rules were always dramatically different. And i think that's kind of that's kind of analogous to what you're talking about because like in if you don't like the rules in one casino and of course all the ones in california where the same because they're under the under california's rules but you could say okay. Well screw this. I'm going to go to vegas and play under different rules and even vegas a lot of hotels. Had difference like different. You know You know you play blackjack there's like there's like single deck blackjack and then there's like ten deck blackjack or whatever they do and so you know you kind of get to manage your own risk knowing what the rules are going differently but to that same point to the feds to regulate these markets in that same way homogeneously across all of them is kind of like if the federal government federal government came along and said okay all the casinos in la all the casinos in vegas. There's only one one one version of blackjack and that's all you can play it. Would totally it would totally kill it. I mean you know that's the thing you different people enjoy playing the game in a different way. And i think that's That's really kind of an interesting way to do it now. Of course the there is sort of a wanna call it a monopoly but there is kind of like a like you don't have one stock that can be listed in multiple exchanges right. It's like what's by the time you could technically this kind of like how crypto currency is. Now we're like you. Just 'cause cryptocurrencies currencies listed in two different exchanges. It might have two different prices. That are slightly different. That used to be the case with stocks. Then i think two thousand seven. They had a rule regulation and ms that force all the exchanges to kind of connect to each other so technically any stock could be traded on any stock exchange constantly is but basically the. There's just one over a consistent. It's constantly checking all the orders everywhere and routing orders to the best price imagine like every crypto exchange by force had to connect to the sort of centralized system and new orders always got routed to the best price was now that might sound good at first. 'cause you're thinking oh i have access the entire liquidity of the entire market. But what happens. 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So basically they have to carve out exceptions for stuff like that and then also there's other types of activities so that you have what happens. Is they say okay. Well this exchange such little business that they're below a certain threshold they don't have to follow these rules. So then what the what happens. Everyone creates a bunch of mini exchanges. So instead of running one big exchange run ten many exchanges where each are under that threshold and that is that they referred to as a dark with referred to as like dark pools so they avoid all the rules but there are like you create is really sort of opaque market versus what was before not perfect but it was more transparent than it is now because people and try to the rules and that sounds kind of like Like so robin hood. I don't know if you're familiar with this part. Robin hood at some point started taking Buy orders for game stock game. Stop and I'm somewhere between game. Stunk. and and game stop and everything else. They stopped taking orders and then later on. They blamed it on there. I guess the the exchange that they put their orders through charging too much per order or something like that but it sounds like this is kind of like this kind of has something to do with that system. you're talking about. I'm not too clear but is do you think that's related or possibly like what usually happens is that let's say i'm like robin hood usually have like a trading system set up so it's like bifurcated if the customer puts in like a market order. What you do it just kind of goes out to like you'll have you have connected to the exchanges and you have a connection to like market dealers market makers and they. They'll gently have a prices. Campus around with the exchanges are at so if it's a market order and they're just willing to take whatever price the market has it's gonna go to the market makers because a market maker often offer a rebate so it will basically not only. Are you getting the commission on the trade which robbins getting on getting any commissions will receive is rebate called payment for order flow. You're gonna get the same price either way. So if i'm gonna get if i'm gonna give the customer the same price either way. I'd rather give it to the person a little money on the little money on the back end for that trade and then if you put in a limit order where you want a specific price that probably gets directed to some exchanges exchanges orderbook So you have like the system. There will probably assuming what happened is at like when volatility increases Market maker i mean market makers are going to want to you know they have to make money to offset that risk. So they're going to be like i'm not comfortable. I wanna buy lower price. Because i'm not comfortable buying it higher price and i need to sell at this price because i need to make sure i make enough money offsetting losses. I have long volatility. So the spreads widen That could end up causing an increase in cost robin hood at the end of the day. I i like. I would have assumed that we're just getting so many orders even also their system just wasn't even handle the order for that was coming in during that time. 'cause i was trying to get an order and they were like failing and Not going but Yeah i mean they. They are accompanied can decide if they want to restrict orders a particular stock that can do so long as that agreement. They have with customers outlines that if they did it in that wasn't in that terms of agreement then then you have a problem But i mean you know space when you sign on that terms of service. You didn't agreement in you don't like rules. There's plenty of other broker dealers out there And there are others. Who do free-trade robinhood now. So you know it almost like the at this point It's getting like yeah. I mean i was looking at E trade is doing trades now interactive brokers Ameritrade like it. I mean unless like you start getting into like options and some other stuff. It looks like most of their regular The regular trades are free so it s really interesting to see so we. You mentioned something about this before. And i i kinda wanna bring this up. I've always said that the okay. A lot of people look at a stock as like okay. The stock should be valued at what the company is valued at. That's kind of the perception that people have but you also talked about how you know the the market changes the price of that and there it and so you know it's almost more like they're not really directly related at all when you're if the if the if the company's worth a billion dollars and you buy one one share out of a billion that doesn't you're not buying one dollar that's going into the company right. You're you're finding somebody else who has something that you want. And you trading it at whatever price you can and the the companies themselves in i mean it happens but most of the transactions going through the market are not the company buying and selling their own stock. You're not buying and selling from that company you're buying smelling from other traders. So what do you think about like the. The correlation between the market price and the valuation of the company is that is is. That's you know. How do you see that. Like how do you see that relationship. I mean i think the current the company is a factor. But it shouldn't be like in the sense that you shouldn't be the sole reason by the price of a stock is what it is. Because let's say i'm making. Let's say let's pretend we're buying shares in like Let's say let's just just in people's incomes just theoretically so if i'm buying a share of a high of a high school income yeah he's only making so much money right now but the future potential of that high school is going to be a lot more so that price should reflect the future potential of that child's income So the same thing with stocks so the stock company only be making exiles right now and worth x dollars on paper will will you really buying is is. You're you're buying a sentiment on the future value that company so so the market prices of reflection of where people think the company will be that will at a price that they think they will still kind of walk away with a return on And that does is at the if the company is the company stock represents the actual The perceived future value the company. It also means people who wanna just take over the company they have to. They have to pay a price. If if you didn't have like a market and people had the pages like what's the paper value the company you would have hostile takeovers. All the time a lot of money would be on the by like the companies of a much lower price than they probably actually are going to be worth and billy. Just take over the company So the market price allows the kind of prevent their allows to have a publicly owned company. Where you have the shares publicly traded but allows it to be sort of a stable sort of management of the company. You don't have like schizophrenic management of the company because it's changing every quarter because somebody else bought it so it serves a purpose and vice versa. Someone's being a really bad job and people perceive the company is going to war in the future. The cup soccer between for a lot less than it's worth and that's going to open up the door for someone else to buy them and take over so it's serves as this mechanism to actually even like help steward better management sooner than later and also magnus the company that raise more money in the future so the companies perceived to be able to be more valuable the company can issue more stock and raise money to take advantage to reach that potential sooner because a lot of a lot of benefits of the price that aren't obvious and nor should it be obviously every person you're buying stock as you wanna make money and that's all i saw that should matter to the individual person buying stock But hey it did my investment give a return but by virtue of that sort of self interest you end up hurting his mechanism that actually improves governance corporate governance overall in most cases. And it's not perfect. Nothing's perfect they're going to be situations where it actually has the opposite effect but you know something's bad one out of every ten times i'm not going to want the shift through shift control and centralized to make it bad nine out of ten times so you know it's i don't want the perfect be the enemy of the good right and you know this is one of the things they said about. Amc which was another one of these stocks that was closely related to to what was going on. Read was that when amc stock went up. The the company was on the verge of bankruptcy. And now they're they say they're saved. This is a guided meditation on parenting. Take a deep breath in and let go of the time you and your son played basketball and you attempted to slam dunk or will you hit that pin yada into your neighbor's yard. Let go you don't have to be perfect. To be a perfect parent. There are thousands of teens in foster care. Who don't need perfection. 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Go up. they're like hey. Let's take advantage of this. They sold some of their own shares into the market to raise the money so they could stay afloat for you know how much longer so i can see where you know where a company that still owns. Its own shares. Could take advantage of that but what happens when when You have a large firm. That's shorting stock and making the price. Go down if if you know what they say about game Game stop to think about it to make sure. I said that right This i'm would. They said about game stop. Was that the hedge funds. Were shorting it which was going to force it out of business. But at the same time they have their own assets right they have their own income. They have their stores. They have their online channels. Whatever else they have and they have their income. They have their their bank accounts with their cash. And they're paying for advertising and all these other things ultimately even if they were holding onto their own stock and the value of that went down if they weren't intending to sell that to stay afloat. Is it possible to to put them out of business. Just by making their their stock down it depends what their other financial dealings are that the basically they like the equity they had the company could have been the collateral for a loan they might have had and generally like loans. You might have my have covenants of the collateral has to be worth so much versus the loan so if the collateral dropped in value below certain amount they might have to put up additional collateral to the point where it would be a fine. The company becomes financially infeasible. That's actually kind of what happened with like a lot of the rate the credit default swaps with housing prices. Because what happened is at a was. Ag it's been a while i g What happened is that they're running watts. Which are like an insurance policy on on a debt instrument so and the way they were written was at aig would be required to put up more collateral if the underlying assets dropped below san mateo value. And that's what ended up taking it. Wasn't that these contracts actually ever like we're cashed-in per se or at least not yet. What happened was the housing markets. Are the deteriorate. This triggered a bunch of collateral calls on aig and he had to keep putting locking away more and more money as collateral and that eventually made made them financially collapse and then that triggered ulcers of fear which triggered a lot of those securities. Go down a lot in value. In probably less than they would have been relative to the actual amount of houses that foreclose per se so like after everything said and done like the amount of people actually ended up paying their mortgages and whatnot was probably if you bought those secures at the bottom. You probably ended up making a little bit of money if you bought like those distressed securities. Yeah like a lot of these like weird clauses in these contracts right. And and you know i i see this on I think it is. So let's say you have a regular margin account your year investing in stock. You have a margin account and you borrow money to buy a stock. It's possible that at any moment that stock can drop to like a value of zero And if you've borrowed ten. I mean so. They leverage your so. Let's say you put in five thousand dollars and then you borrow another five thousand dollars and you by ten thousand dollars worth of this asset if that asset drops in half fifty percent. It's now you're ten. thousand dollar. Investment is now worth five thousand dollars but the broker has lent you that five thousand dollars so at that point. They're like hey. If this goes down any further we might not be able to get our money back so at that point there and this is basically the terms and conditions of using the exchanges. They are or borrowing. The money is that they're able to sell your stock for you if it drops below certain a certain rate and so i could see like. That's that's kind of what you're talking about where you know if they if they borrowed money based on you know the value of of anything really And if that looks like it's deteriorating than Than they could say well. Hey you know we want you to call in the loan. Pay it off right now. Yeah 'cause 'cause we your collateral is worthless. So i imagine if that was the case. That's one possible mechanism for that causing game. Stop business. i don't. I'm not familiar with game stops balance sheet so i don't know what liabilities they do have if they have any something bond issues if they have any collateral provision but theoretically that would be sort of one mechanism that can happen depends on where they have right. So let's talk about crypto. How well do you know crypto. In general. I used to know a lot better than i do. Nowadays i still. I'm still pretty active in it. I just haven't followed a lot of the newer layer to stuff as much as i have. And but i'm i have enough. That i can have conversation about it all right. 'cause i know there's like there's so many different aspects right i mean there's there's like trading there's you know there's people are trading on this. There's the there's the aspect of people using this as a currency versus. You know some people. I mean. That was the original intent right. This is going to be the perfect currency that everybody could use. Immediate transactions all around the world unstoppable by governments. But now it's like a lot of people are they're they're not. They're not buying it so that they can use it as a currency. They're buying it because they want. They wanted to go to the moon. They want they want you know they want the gains they want the long term and it seems like it's just going up up and what's but what's interesting is as a as a market as a whole when you when you're buying anything if you're buying the stock or if you're buying the crypto you're selling the dollar and so i i mean i think you know. Part of the original purpose was to replace replace kerr for respect my tongue. Stop working. Replace fiat currency with crypto. And i. It's almost kind of doing that. But not necessarily in the way that it was intended which i think is kind of interesting What do you think about how it's working out. I agree In the sense. That like i don't think the creators would have ever anticipated how disruptive technology this has become so on the currency side. I asked like it's not necessarily like actually in a way. I think it's kind of actually helped. The dollar survive longer than it probably would have otherwise because we printed out the deficits have been huge especially in the last year. And it's going to probably be huge trillions of dollars that would normally put downward pressure on the dollar but a lot of that money is going to. There's a couple of things that are preventing a at least in my opinion I would definitely. They're definitely people can disagree with me on this next statement But i do feel like there's a couple of things that are different about today's context that prevent a lot of the more drastic inflation. You would expect to see. And when i see inflation i am speaking specifically price level increases. Because i know sometimes you'd like inflation as an increase the money supply versus an increase in the price level. But the reason we not see the price of a quiet shoot up. The way you'd expect is a couple of reasons one is we have this whole world of currencies a lot of that. Money's going into that of kind of expensive. You think so. It's creating inflation mayor so we're seeing like the price of override cryptos not just like sort of the most sort of practical ones but like all across the board so that's one place for starting to see some of the money go into which makes sense because it's financial institutions generally receive sort of the new money i making financial investments with it to also when we think about the consumer side of things like are spending a lot different than it was before i'm not buying as much physical stuff anymore so i'm like playing angry birds and i need the by an extra life on angry birds like i spend the buck. But they're not. 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I was actually thinking like you know the keychains and you know cheap little plastic things like whatever junk that you buy and like i. It's like yeah there's more stuff but it's like it really doesn't improve your life that much and it all ends up in a landfill but if you're buying an extra life on angry birds it doesn't end up end up in a landfill it is. Yeah no it's great the environment but at the same time also like it's not going to have the same impact on prices that necessarily buying physical goods are because it takes a lot more work to replace bread and some rose a scarcity with that. There's like a little bit and not unlimited supply of that. You could buy yes. i mean. there's yeah there's an unlimited supply of extra lives. Theoretically if i bought enough exercise enough playing angry birds you might. Aws data centers might capacity. But the thing is that like that would be a lot and they would make so much money in the process like it'd be easy for them to expand like so the digital good thing is really kind of changing the dynamic of sort of like burning resources with extra money because once upon a time before the internet before all this stuff if you increase the if you put in two trillion dollars economy we would be buying cars Shoes all these things. That are not quite as easy to replace so you certainly have like a rush an increase in price and a lot of these physical resources to build six. I mean you probably have increase in prices and things like silicone and whatnot to believe. But again if i spend thousand dollars on on angry birds like it's gonna make no dent in that And then on top of it also with wages people are like okay. We're at full employment even before like dependence. we're like a full employment. we're not seeing like wage. Inflation will because people are looking at the wrong way back in the day. What would happen is that you'd hire from the local town so suddenly like if everyone in the town was hired basically in your like wendy's you're gonna have to go pay a little bit more. Go poach the high school kid from the local mcdonalds but most jobs aren't like restaurants anymore. Actionable still says the jobs that are still in the right now Nowadays you can hire people from anywhere sows in that case like even if everyone in the us is is. Let's say theoretically hired you have like full employment I don't i can just hire someone from somewhere else because working remotely so you theoretically like the number. You really want to look at the global unemployment rate to see where in today sort of like digital labour-market So the digital revolution has changed. Some economic isn't changed. The rules like more money will cause inflation more but the pool. You're playing in to measure these trends and see where these trends are going have grown exponentially because you're playing in a global market for labor with sort of this infinite infant not. I won't say infinite but near infinite increase in supply of consumable goods digital goods. Whether it's watching a movie on netflix. Or whatever and become more and more of our consumption so that changes the dynamics. Oh my render point was things. Like that and things like crypto. Have actually really kind of been able to absorb a lot of excess liquidity in akron but at the same time they've provided competition the does put pressure on the dollar to the like like notice like the. Us has necessarily super clamped down on crypto. Because they realize okay. There's really no stop it. It's just impossible. It's decentralized peer to peer everything you would want in a technology that subverts government authority. It's they're beautiful so to them. It's better to play the role of facilitator than to be antagonised except for new york government because new york new york. That's that's another reason. I can't get well. I i saw one of my friends from I think it was nigeria Posted a like an executive order that they're they're banning all of the crypto exchanges now so when nigeria there. Yeah so so. They're trying to in there. It was like a letter that they sent to all the banks saying. Hey if you know. Somebody is transferring money through your bank for the purpose of exchanging it for crypto currency. You need to you need to stop the transfer and you need to report them to the police. that's wrong it is yeah. Africa places where crypto currencies. Really been the most valuable very analogy with things like bid pay so that i really like allowing remittances of crypto currency really basically allows economies kind of one of the issues with countries being of the catch up. Like let's say the. Us economically was building financial infrastructure but with crypto currency you can have payments without having to build a structure you can have banking systems without having all that infrastructure so countries that didn't necessarily have it infrastructure could jump could literally leapfrog economically because of it like it's so sad. Yeah it's no it's it's You know. I'm working with people in uganda for wheat. We set up this This harambee the african art exchange Which we're working on exporting art from uganda to the united states and importing money And it's it's just it's it's difficult especially what's going on over there with you know they're shutting down the internet with Whenever i talked to my guys out there they have to be on. Vpn and everything else so they they are definitely trying to control it. And it's just. I mean it's it's interesting scary but at the same time you know if if they were able to function with bitcoin then any money i wanted to send to them. I wouldn't have to go through banks which right. Now we're we're using we're using zoom and they had routine maintenance today So the the money's just going through and you know it's like that wouldn't happen with crypto And then if if what they need to do is One of my guys out there was trying to buy machinery from india. So it's not like the money's going to stay there is gonna. He's gonna forward that to india so that they can import machinery. So you know it. It really connects them to this international market. And because that's not available. It makes that tremendously more difficult They have to go through banks. They're gonna be taxed on the money coming in the money. Going out and uganda's. I mean they've got a hundred percent Import fees on on all kinds of stuff. It's it's nightmarish. And then of course you have. The the government is trying to shut down social media and everything else which is nuts on top of it but but yet crypto is like it really is a symbol of economic freedom But i i wanna i wanna go back a little bit to you know to what you were saying about. You know. they're they're printing all this money and it's inflation. And i i don't know if this is the right word but this is what i've been calling it and i say this because i'm humbled by your presence because you know i'm sure you know so many more words than i do in the financial world I call it Market inflation where a specific market is inflated when currencies introduced it. And so you have. Two thousand eight was a perfect example of that when they said oh. Let's just lend money to people who can't afford lonesome thinking about houses and the price of houses went up. The price of bread didn't really like the price of nothing else really went up and we see the same thing with with education right. You look at the cost of college over the years and it goes up faster than everything else. Because they're they're creating loans that banks normally wouldn't lend money for because people really aren't interested in borrowing that money that much money for it but the government comes along and says hey we'll make it really easy for you to get an shit ton of debt and We'll will back up the banks so that they feel comfortable ending. It's you and and they inflate those specific markets. But what's interesting. Also because i you know maybe that is happening. And that's why Some of the cryptos going up so fast right now. But what's interesting. Is you know you talked about. People buying non consumable goods or virtual goods or these other things. But what's interesting is like crypto. 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Yes now this is and yet it makes sense because what people are getting like Their their stimulus checks like people are so worried about tomorrow than they're not snacks. I spending the money on stuff. They want to invest it because they don't know when when they'll help you will have the job again. If you're in the restaurants resource like so people are looking for avenues to invest it and in when you take a look at pay where can i. We're you know people see the upside Oftentimes i wish people are both the upside and downside a better for all investments but yeah no people putting the money in crypto because hey this is a place where there's still a lot of room to grow it. Sold new technology and the option. You know isn't necessarily ubiquitous yet. To the point where there is obviously a lot of upside and we see the price of bitcoin going up now while i missed. Definitely going to libertarian state conventions because they're the definitely always spend crypto So all aircraft always. It's like yeah. I can t shirt but but the thing is that like what happens is footsteps there. I i hate when that happens. So i okay. This is an interesting concept to me too right so today or yesterday. I think it was today. He lon musk or tesla bought like one billion dollars worth of bitcoin or one and a half billion dollars. Bitcoin and the price went up from like i think it had dropped below thirty thousand so it was like twenty seven thousand and now it's at thirty seven thousand. Am i saying that right. What bitcoin ten thousand dollars today. Yeah forty four. I think but i mean that was like it could change every minute like yeah it was like i think i checked it like right before the show and is forty seven right now. Forty six forty six seven hundred. It's insane but and this is this is after like he. He spent that investment so one it creates like a creates a buzz where people like. Oh my god. Wow if he's into it i i better get me some and of course you know. We're talking about a market now so if nobody wants to sell theirs for anything less than fifty thousand hey sorry. That's you know that's what you're going to buy it but what's interesting is like. The value of the crypto itself doesn't really change because he lawn came along and said here's a billion dollars but it's he didn't put it into crypto like it's not like it's not like there's a bitcoin somewhere that just got bigger yes he put that money in and somebody took that money out and i think that's it's really fascinating when you look at it that way because it's like it's like yeah. He put that money in but somebody took the money out. So it's like the market itself still is worth what it was before but now it has increased. I mean essentially all increases. What people are willing to pay for it. But i find it fascinating. I dunno it's almost like maybe the maybe it's the the relationship of the market cap. Which is you know. Every anybody who doesn't know it's the You know it's it's when its stock. It's the number of shares times the current market price or with bitcoin. It would be the number of coins time times. The market price That total valuation changes even though most of those coins weren't in the transaction. That that you know that inflated the price. I think that's really fascinating but that that kind of goes to show you what power the market has an how the value of something in a market is worth is is i mean i was gonna say worth so much more than what it represents but at the same time it can also be worth so much less than what it represents. I think it's really really fascinating. Yeah it's all it's all i really value. Everything is all about perception. It's all about what we believe. What we believe is reality in a sense that like you know what i mean you in this this time as a great thing again when you're talking about government power gets scary because when government believes experts are bad people than know at the wars but at the end of the day like our our beliefs can manifest reality But when it comes to crip though on top of it like other cool things about it is even if people. Let's say like people are using bitcoin currency to some level again if i go back a bit pace who uses. Bitcoin left for like a for doing like currency remittances and in african countries but also people are building other technologies. Learn the single block stack today. Which is actually a protocol built on top of bitcoin For building different web applications on so instead of building a whole separate blockchain. They just built on top of the used. The bitcoin blockchain so they're using. Bitcoin is like a big process with a computer. The process their transactions that go on in sort of like secondly additional layer of stuff which. That's really cool. I mean and that's that that that is valuable you know now with like blocks if you have a block sack account. It's on his lock chain in all your content across any application built using block sack is just available to you through your unique kind of identifier So the idea is like now before we always think like every blocks you have to have all the features and all the features that blockchain but now we're sending see more and more of these other additional layers of technology around different blockchain's and giving them are not necessarily built into that core thing but is extended because that in that creates more demand for that currency as people build applications on top of these things so It's pretty pretty fascinating now people but then people realize hey if you want to spend the money you need something a little more stable so you send the see like the proliferation of like stable coins picked to all sorts of different things but things are just going to have a stable value so you can feel comfortable spending it because you know it's not going to be you know if you're spending like you as dt or us dc. You know you know it's worth a dollar tomorrow. So i'm okay sending right and bucks. I'm not worried about it So you start to see also like being fulfilled which is awesome. I love markets right yet. No it's ah when you said like i'm okay with sending someone ten bucks. I was just thinking. So i i use exodus as as my wallet. And what's interesting about. This is like it'll show you your pass transactions and it'll tell you what they were worth in dollars at the time that you made them and what they were worth now and it's funny because i was looking at one of them and it's like wow gave somebody like five dollars a year ago and if i didn't do that i'd have one hundred dollars right now. It's probably it's really terrible. You shouldn't look at that but but it is really interesting. But i wanna talk about Doj coin. Because i just found this out today. So those coin is like he's sues created as a joke right. It's it's named after a meme. And like i mean that's kinda worthless it's like i bought the other day about two thousand of them for like twenty five dollars and of course everybody's trying to do the game strong thing on it and buy it. Buy it and shove the price upright So my my a twenty five dollars worth like one hundred and eighty right now. But what i found out this morning is there is it. I don't know how this works. There's an unlimited supply whereas with bitcoin. There's a finite number as people mind. It eventually is going to get to a point where there's none left but i guess doj is just infinite but i mean i guess it's maybe it's at least rate limited but to me. This is so much funnier because it's like now. People are pouring money into this. The price is going up because of the market but at the same time there's if there's absolutely no scarcity to it it doesn't make any sense at all if it it could theoretically because it depends it depends on the actual protocol. Yeah no i mean. 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Your state forester and the ad council. I make learning a privilege not a chore and frustration. A tool not an obstacle. I'm a teacher. I make more make more teach visit. Teach dot org brought to you by teach and the ad council. It's really hard to change. But but yeah. I mean i don't know exactly what the protocol is if they have like a if it's just like hey we're just gonna issue more mortgage created anytime whenever then. Yeah it's kinda hard for that. We have a long term value if it grows like a set rate let's say like increases by three percent a year. Theoretically enough people are using it. The the amount the people using it could exceed the rate of growth or the the growth in demand exceeds the rate of expansion of supply. You could maintain a growing value. But but yeah no in the sense that like when you have something like bitcoin. Scarcity is much more tangible which makes his way like bitcoin is ended up function more gold whereas i can store value because it does have that sort of finite supply like and so you're starting to see what i think is what gresham's law work in the place. Where like good money chase bad money. Good money so when you have like two currencies and one currency's going to maintain its value more. I don't spend that one versus the one. That's so like. I surprised to see a world where like somebody everyone does. Start buying a bunch of doj doors goes up to even if it's like where it is now but everyone says buying enough dose coin. Where they she said spending it that becomes more. But i think now with stable coins that becomes more sort of like the solid choice for your spendable crypto and then like a theory of light coin. Bitcoin bill still be like stores evalu- slash protocols for building like other applications on top of I'm still really excited about the whole idea of decentralized applications like because that really changes the game. Because i mean you have to concerns that are always at when you when you talk about like the right and the left you know. I mean you don't have to be right to be free market but theoretically that's like how people associated so you have the you know the benefits of markets than they have people who are worried about like inequality in the distribution of wealth but decentralized applications like that becomes like which i think will happen over time. Become the way enterprise happens that will solve all goods. Because i for example those as one thing on theorem cold like i don't know if they're still around but they're called called b token and they're going to be like an airbnb on the blockchain so basically what happened is at the application. Just exist in the blockchain. So they they don't once you build the application. You don't run it there's when you can shut it off it just exists. There's no is basically. They make money. If the token becomes popular in token rises value. They make money on building this app. But the time what happens is that you have people who want to put their houses up for renting and they'd benefit because they get paid and b token Other people become dealers and b token and they make so basically you create as division sort of decentralized division of labor where everyone gets the profit off the enterprise and the profits of the enterprise get more distributed because of that centralization and that addresses both sides you free markets but you also going to have a greater you know sort of distribution of the wealth from successful enterprises so to me in the future like this debate that everyone keeps having going to be mute. Markets are going to evolve if we allow them to evolve. Freely will get their address. All these concerns right. So there's i'm looking at this one coin right now and he's called cardinal Which Are you familiar with this one I am familiar with it not like deeply. I know one of the ones that say pre kind of the so like apparently it's got like it offers interest. How does that work. Because i'm thinking i mean. Is it like if you hold onto a coin. The coin multiplies. Maybe it depends. I've seen different. I've seen different blockchain's do this differently. Sometimes they do it through through staking so basically you get interest if you stake your coins so kind of like i have a whole lot of waves and i stayed on the way blockchain and so instead of being like proof of work where basically it's like a bunch of computers competing like where we imagined proof of work that there there's a treasure chest in is like a bazillion computers trying to guess the passage Justice who gets it i Proof of stake. It's more like used you volunteer to keep your computer on and process transactions. You don't have to guess any number so it's less intensive but the idea. Is that since you hold the currency you. You're getting certain a certain number of lottery tickets. And depending on the more currency you have the more lottery tickets you have and you might win the next block some but some and but somebody just distributed evenly they just say you know all no matter long as you stick it. Everyone gets to share in sort of all the transaction fees long as you're staking in that case it becomes like interest so the more used at blockchain is the the higher the interest rate is sometimes they with a fixed rate. Cause that's i mean. That's that's i guess. That's kind of how i imagined it when i heard about this. And you know my question to that is which was kind of leads into another interesting hypothetical proposition. Two is if let's say you have a million people in they all hold one coin and you're going to give them interest by saying okay. Now you all have one point one coins. It's you have this The ratio of the amount of currency per person is still the same. And and i think this this also kind of relates to you know like the you know you could look at the value of a dollar and compare it to the size of a population right. So if there's a certain amount of scarcity where everybody's trying to chase this same dollar it's worth more because there's more people and so if the population size doubles now that that dollars worth even more because you've got twice as many people trying to fight for that for that same dollar at the same time if you cut the entire population down to like you know ten percent then. All of a sudden it's it's the ratio of people to money hand. What i what. I see as interesting as if you were to just give anybody who's holding onto a currency you you instantly get a bit more. It's almost like you're inflating the currency like whenever the federal reserve prints money except instead of going to a special elite. Everybody that's already holding it. So you're you're continuously inflating it but you're inflating it so equally that the inflation doesn't really benefit anyone at all which i think is like it's fascinating but at the same time what's the point of it if if there's no benefit to it well the same thing people say about stock split. The stock is essentially the same thing. Where basically you still have the same amount of percentage coming you have with the price goes down and that makes the individual units remarkable the people who didn't have them before So that could be same thing there. I mean oftentimes with currency the reason you want another reason you might increase. The units is just so that way there's more units to go round so for example there was only one dollar in the world like technically like the value of the total currency is still the same. It can buy the same amount of stuff like the total dollars can still buy the same about that. Total oscar by before. But it's much harder for us to be passing around a buck than passing around a thousand bucks. So there is a practical value in having enough units passed round trip those again. They divisible by several decimal point. So that usually isn't but you know when we also another reason why i would assume a crypto would want to have some sort of little bit inflation is just because of the way the protocol works will end up with a lot of lotta bitcoins. 'cause you wire something to the wrong address. That coins dead now never to be resurrected again so some having a lot money that way. Yeah so having to to make up for dead supplies back. 'cause i mean that's the. That's the thing with bitcoin. You send you send the bitcoin to the ron and accidentally theam address will now. That's forty five forty forty four grand. Now that's never going to be right now. That's a good point that is and that in itself is deflationary. But you know as as it's replaced with with new currency it balances itself out. Yeah this different mechanisms i think. Everyone in different crypto kinds of research on the right incentives. Because you also have this issue you pay interest and they hold. They hold the currency and they don't transact because they want to continue getting the interest So then you have this so you get more people to buy it. But then you discourage sort of the use of it as a as a currency so there's other ones are like poof of burn is another protocol i've heard were basically you actually reward people for using the currency so you get so who gets paid out like the next law. This is a guided meditation on parenting. 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Org to get started a public message brought to you by the us. Forest service and the ad council name is dale posinski. I volunteer with united way to help the homeless in my community. Learn computer skills and daily basic resume. I don't just wear the shirt. I live it. Give advocate volunteer. Live united dot org brought to you. By united way and ad council who spending it more or transacting more regularly to encourage more transactions. This is this is like fascinating too. Because it's like it's it's totally different but it's so much the same as like just old banking systems. If you stick your money in one account it's gonna reward you by paying you interest right. You lock it up in the cd. You're not going to touch it. They're going to pay you interest. But then you've got your credit cards which are saying. Hey every time you spend a dollar you get your cashback rewards or your extra miles or whatever That's that's really fascinating that like this this entire new technology. I'm learning so much about this. I thought i knew everything about crypto. This is really fascinating But yeah that's that's like it really is re like it's giving us all these alternatives. Right i mean like you know even with credit cards you know. Oh i don i don't want cashback i just want As want gourds miles or whatever you have a free market to decide which when you want use. And i think that's really great about about crypto. Because like you were saying it's it's it's you have an opportunity to like to save your money in one As long term storage to use another one for conducting transactions. And i find it fascinating. People are always asking me. Especially because i'm running for office all the time like. Oh well would you get away with would you. Would you get rid of the dollar. You know what would you do. Would you go back to gold standard and all this stuff and like my answer is really always like no. I would just get rid of all the regulations that prevent people from using one or the other or that. Make it difficult or illegal to to transact in one currency because ultimately there's really nothing wrong with fiat. I mean there's things about it. That i don't like i don't like that. You've got the central bankers who are able to print money out of thin air but like that doesn't even bother me so much as the fact that the government is forcing me to use that currency. If i wanted to use that if i wanted to put my money in crypto and if it was easy because i could go anywhere and there are no laws or restrictions against anybody for trading crypto for dollars. I might use dollars. I mean i like having paper right. It's easy to carry around. it's it's less traceable and bitcoin or he's others It's it's convenient. If the internet goes down it's still works. There are benefits to it. It's not perfect but if we eliminated that That monopolistic type control. You might actually have. Here's the thing with bitcoin. Right there were one of the reasons. It's so valuable is it's not like they're just like you know shitting out a thousand coins of minute like with doja. Doing which is which is why doges price is much lower their there and that's one of the things that people look to it and say. Yeah this is amazing because it preserves the scarcity and so if the if the united states wanted their dollar to be valuable and there were no regulations that were and they were prohibited. I know this is a nice fantasy i have. They were prohibited from forcing everybody to use their currency then they would have to if they wanted to increase the value of their currency. They would have to treat it they would. They would have to treat it in such a way that they didn't devalue it all the time themselves they would they would have an incentive to make it more valuable because they can't just put point a gun at everybody and say no you got to use it. Yeah agreed it. Although like the incentives are messed up right now because the government has so much debt. They have a lot of incentive for it to be worth less. Maybe thrilled that being worthless So they're definitely doing their darnedest. But i totally agree at the end of the day. Like everyone always talks about abolishing ex-boss shing wai appalling. Washing z. and i agree with the ultimate goal and all that stuff in the sense that but like if you just give people choice if you allow people there the be choices. People will eventually choose something better. Something better will eventually exists is just creating the space for those two to create exist or just enlightening people thinking outside the box and look for alternatives. And you you. And that's why i'm so it. Technology fascinates me so much like financial technology communication technology and transportation technology. Those are the three things that are going to free us. Because the more we can able the more we're all able to communicate and speak with each other the more we can hold everybody. All oppressive forces accountable. The more we can travel more. We can move away from oppressiveness and then three the more we can manage our finances in and basically interacted markets with as little sort of central management as possible The more the more we can survive and live without some sort of you know paternal fraternal institution managing. Everyone's lives so those three things over time. and the thing is i like that sort of like stateless utopia. It's gonna be something that that happens. We're not gonna even notice what happens because the world's just we're just gonna use a living life that way. It's just going to be at some sort of slow technological evolution. We're not gonna notice that. Hey almost everything we're doing just do we're just doing it based on the choices that we make because the technology has made the demand for government obsolete and you know the government may still existed name But will have. It'll be feckless and powerless because there's no demand for to have power And that's kind of how. I see things playing out so to me like the most important thing to me like one is encouraging people to be nicer encountered each other. Because that'll also moved direction but to also protecting the space for innovation and technology and really sort of courage cursing adoption of new technology because those those different forces a kinder gentler kindlier gentler community. Ma in technology that allows just sort of run away. From things aren't fat will allow us to sort of find that sort of you know. I know there's ideal there's no utopia but sort of that place that can be on day awesome. Yeah that's that's That's amazing you got me thinking about so many different things now especially when you talk about freedom of movement and and you know they want to government of course wants to stay in control and they're always shutting down borders they're controlling transportation licensing restricting it I think you're absolutely right. The more freedom we have the less control they have. That's that's one of the things that scares them into wanting to control that that behavior. I can't wait for teleportation like borders exist anymore. You can teleport right awesome. Arial alex is been awesome having you on people want to learn more about you what you're working on any project you're working on you wanna plug go for sure. I mean i. I still do the podcast. I hope to be more. Like visible during libertarian. Things sooner soon in the future Is just my career. I started this new korean programming at the beginning of started training in late. Nineteen and kind of jumped into it late or early twenty twenty. So that's kind of been my focus. I've been doing like working as a train people in programming working as a programmer and also doing my youtube channel and podcast encoding. So it's all at alex co dot com now over a thousand videos on coating. It's been pretty pretty pretty fun journey. And then of course. There's the thousands of videos. I have protectionism in economics and whatnot a. My other youtube channel and you can find everything had alex. Smith dot com. Subscribe to all my podcasts. The coding and the register rant about politics and economics. there's also the youtube channel and then their merchandise so. If anyone wants like merchandise with me by high school photo it exists and then otherwise. It's it's so nice like talk. Talk talk libertarian shop again. it's been a while and is definitely a nice a nice opportunity so that kinda remind me what i love so much about. 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The coalition radio focus on business given the times that we're in right now that focusing businesses twofold we like to give entrepreneurs particularly here in the state of rhode island platform. If you will that we can engage in what we lovingly referred to his shameless self-promotion. Tell you a little bit about the story of their business. The senate sweat equity the talents. Their superpowers what motivates them. Take the challenging path normally in building a quote unquote small business. Studies business are really small. They're sophisticated businesses operating off in multiple platforms multiple products. The same concerns the same issues that multi million dollar businesses have maybe on a lower financial scale but on a much broader much more complex personal. One i'm a small business person. I owned a business myself for about fifteen years and people would often say to me. Well path it's great. You set your own schedule. And i finally came up with a response that was kind of tweaked them. A little bit but wasn't as angry as i could be when someone said that i said sure from awake working great but i love it and and i'm intrigued personally. By the stories of these small businesses the challenges. The industry's the products technology as most people are by seeing the patriots the yankees or the red sox and the bees obviously lives a lot more complicated. Now i'll spare you the cliches at this time in rhode island where executives difficulties faced challenging times. Which is brought eggs Threats to these businesses we live in a state like so many that pay lip-service small business. How many times have you heard how small businesses the backbone for fill in the blanks. Folks know that. I'm listening to these shows at any level. You know that. I'm a libertarian. I don't really believe in much government. I really don't believe in any but in this is a case where government broken. I don't think there's any disagreement that nine months into this that we still don't know where this disease is really coming from and at the same time we've we've laid waste to countless businesses countless jobs many of them multigenerational many as well. They've been around longer than we've been alive. So the goal here is. We invite a couple of businesses on week. We talk about them. Give them some love to find out where you can reach out to these people if your needs their goods and services at the same time them a voice they can really elaborate in a way that most conventional media won't allow them to the challenges that they're facing normally and how they've been well placed on steroids during the era of drake. Kobe tonight joining us. Two very different businesses but businesses. That i love faith do gonna fifty graffiti from newport is with us. She does a variety of photographs. Let her get into the detail. Both in rhode island in all around southern new england. And the dave levesque's join. It is joined us. He ab- rude awakenings. And i doubt there's anyone in the state who has an opportunity stopping brewed. It's it's a coffee shop in one sense a coffee house but it's also full service dining and the number of their locations Cocktails adult beverages Served by prepared lovingly by local rhode islanders with local rhode island ownership in a manner. That's truly rhode island in style. So both of you. I want to welcome you tonight and thank you for joining me. having. I know you're now you're on a little bit of a deadline tonight Tell us about first of all. I have a daughter as an artist Fulltime artist like yourself. How did you discover your love. Pataki what got you into that what what grabbed you if you will make it your life's work. Great austin I always loved art. Loved to draw. Look to pay but wasn't really great at any of that in zone. Things that i had in my mind never really came out on the paper. And i picked up a camera and it just no pun intended to sort of clicked. Because what. I was actually seeing list. What the result that. I was getting on the back end so i just gravitated towards and i i went with that. I was in a career tech program at high school Gave me an apprenticeship with a local wedding photographer so sixteen years old. I was assisting a very well-known at the our area. I went to technical technical a college for specifically photography. I opened up my business. When i was nineteen i was fifteen years ago and being in newport rhode island that is what we do were so fortunate to have so many so many so much variety. Whether you wanna be on the docks of newport or you want to be in the newport mansions or if you wanna be in a farm somewhere in exeter or you want the city vibe in providence. We have a lot of looks and feels here and we're so fortunate to have that. So this is what we do. We do hospitality. We do events. We do service based product. And that's what we're known. What violence so. You do primarily still photography yes. I do all still catastrophe. No video joe and so little your corporate. I'm sorry your customer base can range from the corporate too. I would imagine newport some fairly exotic fairly impressive weddings. Oh yes we've done i I did a wedding all in the world ship if any of your listeners are familiar with that and that was yeah. That was probably the most high end event i've ever done. I mean newport's had the jennifer lawrence wedding last year. Where kim kardashian's mother was in town. We did the bachelor bachelorette wedding so we have i. I wasn't included in those celebrity weddings. But we we host them and many of my colleagues Perform those events so we're an international famous wedding destination. It's not just it's not just local. Were international right. We're talking about magazines. 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I was really fortunate that when i broke into the business digital had really taken over the industry so i've been all digital since two thousand i. There are a lot of people who are going back into film. I'm not one of them but if someone wants to go and do a wedding more power to them out. that's amazing. But i'm all idea cellular cannon. I edit all myself and probably the bulk of what takes most my time. I probably spent about five percent of my time. Actually taking pictures and the rest of the time editing processing dealing with clients in timelines and those kinds of things right and so you find yourself having to both the artist and the technologist absolutely i do all we do it all. We all wear lots of hats bridal therapist wardrobe coordinator stylists everything. We do everything. Now how within the newport alcohol at the The bubble if you will that is newport that newport ecosystem i would imagine there's a great deal of referrals. Collaboration team work going on. How pervasive is that in the state. Absolutely i mean we know the wedding businesses the small state and then were our own little pocket so we were very collaborative. We all know each other and were group. You know we've really come together through this entire situation. We always really kind of a close knit group. And now that we're all in it together or even more connected than we ever have been every we have a group text. Go all the time. Just you know bouncing ideas off each other and looking for help and answers in which i say this kind of thing. So we're a great little network. I love i love my co workers and colleagues either. I'm kind of a sole proprietor lone. Wolf over here I love getting out actually working events in being around others and i don't do just weddings. I do like you see i. I do You know pet catastrophe headshots family photos newborn pictures. So i do a little bit of everything actually went actually. Do you primarily loan. Do you have stamp supporting you particularly when you are busy. Yes so pretty much it unless you're having me at your wedding it'll always just be me. I'm very hands on. It'll be me answering your email phone. Call doing all the meetings with you and if you hire me for your wedding. You'll have a a soccer photographer with it. Also tastes photos. Where i just can't be two places at once and if you can give folks a sense everyone. The reason i ask is because a lot of folks just aren't don't have an orientation if you will. There's just not focused on running their own business per se. Many people go their entire lives very happily working for large organizations or even smaller mid sized organizations content have fulfilling careers but they they choose not to go the route of the self employed as a result. A lot of folks. Don't understand the the cost pressures in the whether it be the technology insurance all of that. You know when you're working at the level that you are in terms of camera equipment. For example i mean how many without getting crazier what kind of investment do you have to maintain in terms of technology. That's a great question. So these things are rapidly evolving. I would say you're probably your softwares. Is the things that that you have to update the most these. That's probably the most rapid paced technology changeover. I think the most part the cameras a pretty much good for about every five to six years of course gear. You know junkies out there that always have to have the newest in best of everything So i mean it's always it's always ever you know there's a turnover you have to reinvest. Probably one of the toughest thing is just our basic overhead. You know and with this whole situation. I still have a studio reds and insurance and all these kinds of things so win your income literally falls off a cliff I'm less concerned about keeping up with technology and gear and just sort of making the bills right now under said in. But you raise an important point when you talk about. And i'm a geek. I i love stuff. I'm not very good. But how much i and this is. This is the secret sauce of business like yours because taking pictures looked so easy. How much how much is were it really. They make it look really easy in the commercials they do. And how much of that these days given the digital nature is still the i the ability of the innovative actor absolutely. I think it's more of it has very little to do the actual camera and more to do with your client handling skills and your people skills and pulling emotions out of people is a very touch business so you know. I'm performing at a wedding. I'm asking sometimes if i've never met the client which is rare. But we do like. I said new course national so it might be. I don't get to meet the client in advance. So were right there on the day. And i'm asking to strangers to do all these very touchy feely. Emotional things for me on camera. So i think that just comes with years of experience and also you know going through the wedding process myself and just getting into that human emotions with people But yes you're right. It's with digital and everything being so easy but it really your technology you really have to lean less on the tech and more on your goal of making people laugh and getting down on their level and talking to people's kids finding out what this four year old boys really into right now. Is the power rangers. Need to gi. Joe is just getting a stranger to laugh and have a lot of fun and people are nervous. You know like. I don't want to be a part of this is weird are so just breaking their shell. I probably way more important than anything else. 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