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"Free talk long six zero three eight two eight three six one six zero. That is the telephone number. You will want to dial. Should you wish to join the conversation on this saturday. Night edition of free talk live. Welcome to the show everybody again. Six zero three two eight three six one six. Oh is the telephone number and We're going to have a. They chanted evening today on free. Talk live in the studio tonight. It's myself near sarka had got your often. He is the lord. The captain that kick ass china think of all the titles now reverend w. gotten doctors so dr reverend board captain kicking lord of not all of scotland but one very important Swearing vote. yes indeed. The the square foot. That makes it possible for me to be a lloyd but also you know doing my part for the environment. Amy i would love. I would love to have them like inscribe. Everybody's names whoever donated to this plot of land in scotland or there's this nature preserve And like just to go and see app and kick ass written on this one foot by lot of landlord. Great just plant flowers in the exact shape of your name. Yeah whatever's clever so we man there's so much crap going on and it's all somewhat related to covid. I guess it's you from my perspective. It's all about the government's overreact. I keep seeing people writing oats because cove it and is because we cove in because all these things suck because it's it's the assumption that with this virus comes. Everyone's everyone's reaction was the only possible way that we could have reacted this. There was no. There was no way that the that we could have a different reaction to this. There's no variety no choice. you know. never mind their entire countries that reacted differently and saw better outcomes So some of the things. I'll just rattle off these headlines. Here we can talk about any of them at any point in time as we go through the evening. Recession may kill more than cova kills. We've been saying that for a long time here on free. Talk live but somebody else has put together quite the enlightening article on the subject and we can talk about that normal maybe in seven years that is according to an article front room. He'd after me. This is normal but this is the new normal. I've said that it's not gonna end the whole you know masking and social distancing and all that kind of crap the no concerts and all that kind of it's only gonna end when people decide to end it government's not going to suddenly one they go up. It's okay ready to go back to normal. I've been kind of divided on that one. Because on the one hand i could see the The political maneuvering of like okay. Now that trump's out we wanna make We wanna make the democratic party. Look good so we'll have a recovering economy so We wanna make sure that everyone knows the vaccines are really effective. So we're going to change the the Cycles that task mention that because this i just looked at it it's from bloomberg dot com and it says when we'll life returned to normal question mark in seven years at today's vaccine rates So yeah while your theory does make some sense if the democratic party is trying to sort of self aggrandize themselves by doing things in a certain way and that kind of thing according to this if you know things go on. It's going to be seven years before he can even potentially be thought of well and the other side of me has been arguing. Well when the government take something away they do not give it back and is true. You know. I mean look at look at the past look at The income tax. It's just a small like one to three percent tax only on the very wealthy just until we get through this world war. Yep and i. I'm sure as soon as the world war is over. They'll they'll they'll repeal it the the Speed limits you know. It's just a short term thing while we've got this gas crisis going on you. Will they did the same thing with the. Tsa in the non patriotic act Everybody clue everybody forgets very quickly. And maybe not people here on but the general population whenever you mind like it was like yeah. Yeah that all started as a temporary thing. The tsa all that crap the the patriot act you know. Remember the colors. The yellow blue green. You know the levels of threat right at which have since gone the way of the dodo. We've gone from of threat. Level to periwinkle threat level improvements and burnt umber in there. All my favorite carry-ons. Yes so there's that well just briefly since you since you bring up the the usa patriot act. Which was the exact moment when i stopped appreciating or trusting any kind of of Abbreviation like that. So when that happened. I was you know telling everyone it's like okay. Look here's what's in that. They can with no hidden for no reason. They can decide that. Anyone is a terrorist. Once they do that you have no rights. You don't get a trial you don't even necessarily get to stay in the country for your for your imprisonment and now oso two decades later. Now they're starting to do the whole domestic terrorist right. I was going to say right now. Somebody's yelling at that radio. Well that was only for people outside of the no. No no no no for people inside the us. And in fact. I believe that is where the next quote war unquote is going to go. We've already seen the the the fbi. All the agencies are worried about domestic terrorism as a result of what they're calling the siege on the capital which was just like a bunch of people who write the the insurrection. It's like i'm sorry. That wasn't an insurrection. It was talking with a lady today. And like i said yeah. It wasn't an insurrection. She's like keep your voice down. So i've got to say now that my voice is radio graphically emphasized. It wasn't an insurrection. you're a nationwide. I am also forced detention at camp covid canada. Now there's probably that same guys. Yelling at the eighty right now is that i've said that all but that's in canada don't think it can't come here pal There is a man who has been forcibly detained against his will in canada for a what. They're calling a covid event. So it's it's the quarantine he's like. I don't want to be here but he has to. He has no choice. They put them in camp cove at canada. We can talk more about that. Also all of a sudden people. I'm sure have been hearing about well. Covid nineteen right and then There's the south african variant or south american. Know which one. I hadn't heard on that one. I heard yeah. I heard about a variant in In england and i believe that's the south african or south. The south something another variant. And so of course. I predicted i'm like oh great. Now they're naming mutations after geographic areas. You know all of a sudden there's going to be it's never gonna end because they're going to discover another year. Mutated form of this thing and sure enough this popped up today suddenly. Four thousand covert variants. Yeah i heard a couple of people talking like yeah you know the such and such person i know caught the the second wave and i think such and such person got the third wave and it's like what are you talking about surfing and it's no there's there's four thousand of them apparently well and that's the thing this is what viruses do they mutate so if you make a new virus every time it mutates you will never run out of them and thus the government will never run out of reasons to take more for them to take more of your life's effort to lock down even harder to make you obey their ridiculous mandates that have been shown to be. We had to take your business. It was sars cove two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven. Were right sars. Four thousand eight hundred seventy two. Yep so all of those things plus your calls and thoughts on the matter against six three two eight three six one six zero if you'd like to get on the air. Talk about whatever's on your mind And i i had. I know it was talked about on the show but maybe i won't talk about it. Maybe we'll see we'll see what my brain does too weird brain all right. Let's roll the dice. The somebody else. I was at a job with them. They got to know me after six months or so. You really do have a weird brain. Thank spent a six zero three two three six one six zero. This is the saturday edition of free. Talk live more yes. It is free talk live. Free talk. Live is the live call in radio talk program nationally syndicated plus on satellite. And of course on the internet everywhere technically. We're a global entity. The world wide web is worldwide. It's true and spans quite a bit of time to. Yeah where you can call in at six zero three two eight three six one six zero and take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever's on your mind. We'll get to your calls and thoughts in just a moment in the studio tonight. It's myself the reverend captain. Kick ass joining me because mountaineer and we kicked things off by talking about several articles in the nude surrounding cova. And we're happy to talk about that but first let's go to your calls and thoughts. We have scott calling from florida. Scott free talk live could even cap them kick ass amounting. How the same thing What's on my nine is tomorrow. Tom brady in the super bowl You know you're right near New england massachusetts. of course. You're not that far from gillette stadium. Maybe i don't know an hour and a half two hours. Three hours at most Tomorrow tom brady will definitely win. The super bowl for tampa bay The finding is not going to be representing The patriots He's gonna be representing Tampa bay it didn't have to be that late Patriots owner and robert and robert patriots. Owner robert kraft did not want to pay Brady the money that he wanted brady. Walk and That's the tragedy of at all The reason why robert kraft did not pay him the money he is a rabbit zionist. Any i guess it's it'd be better. That he gives money millions of dollars israel his money he kinda what he wants with it. Yes he can. At some key destroyed his franchise and I know that Tom brady at a few more super goals under his belt for the patriots. But anyway be that as it may. That's never going to materialize because of Crafts som- i gotta i. Gotta you lost me. There what is zionism have to do with Putting Brady on one team or another. I'll tell you what i named. Robert kraft is is around zionists meaning he gives millions and billions to israel if the money that he gives to israel he should have given less to israel and pay. Tom brady salary and tom brady would have stayed on. That's what i mean. Okay all right. Thanks for the call. We appreciate that okay. Well i think. I just hung up on the wrong guy. No johnny michigan. If you're listening kim's comeback at any rate i wanted to clear something up First of all robert kraft to ruin the franchise of the new england patriots. He did indeed do something that no other team in history will probably ever do. Which is when a bunch of super bowls with tom. Brady so to let guy go when he's over forty and maybe still has an arm. It's better to let a guy go too early than too late. When you're talking about sports franchises Did he still have some arm left in him. of course he did As he's shown but To say that robert kraft ruin the franchise by not paying him because he's giving money elsewhere. Y- that's not really accurate so there's want to clear that up. It sounds like scott is rooting for the kansas city. Shifts mean chiefs. I call them the shafts because there is an old snickers commercial Back in the day where they showed the guy who paints the end zones with the team logos and And he comes up and he's like hey nice job. But who are the chefs the chiefs and it's not going into the. I am not going anywhere for awhile or something. There's also a good times. Only thing i know about the super bowl is that California passed a rule that you're not allowed to show it in In bars in california. Yeah we covered that here on free talk live. And how horrible is that. The thing that i was contemplating on weighing in on in the first segment was the fact that you know the super bowl happens and then the next like sort of big party event is mardi gras and i know this was talked about Yesterday the day before on free talk live. I just want to say that it is dumb. That new orleans has basically declared martial law during mardi gras. They're not allowed restaurants and bars to even open much less people to participate on bourbon street as a normally would or even in some bastardized fashion. With like gotta be six feet away from each other or during mardi gras or whatever it There won't be any drinking in the streets. There won't be any carnival. There won't be any beads being thrown at people in this. That and the other stuff all the stuff that Mardi gras is famous for so It's dumb and it's gonna get worse one of the things that we've been projecting here and saying is possible to happen. Is the same thing that this article from fortune dot com has been saying which is the covid recession may kill more americans than cova nineteen does. Yeah we've been covering the deaths of despair as they're called and that has definitely shot up Suicides shot up alcohol. deaths have shot up. I mean it's it's just been a mess. Drug abuse domestic violence on stuff and these are predictable results when you basically imprison people in their homes right for lack of a or institute martial law. Save for the tanks in the streets right right. Yeah we know. Kinder gentler martial law. It's martial on night And it's the the light version you have to install the full thing. Well and i think we're going to see a much harsher version of it this time around because Last time okay. So marsh allies where where it all comes under the the power of the military. Yes so last presidency. He had kind of a hands off approach on this. He's like no. I'm just gonna let Let the states figure out what they're doing. Now this president on the other hand that does not seem to be his approach at all so you will see him absolutely backing any kind of move. That is to Shut down or destroy our culture To make sure that we don't have any of our ordinary identifying events and you will have his absolute approval so it really is marshall law because this comes all the way up to the commander in chief. This article goes on to say the economic effects of covid nineteen could prove deadlier than the disease itself and by the economic effects. He means the economic effects of the government's overreaction to the code nineteen absolutely. And we've seen we've seen so many small businesses shutting down never to reopen again. That was my opinion on the new orleans. Been it's like well. These people just want a really finish off these small businesses who on this one a week or two weeks whatever it is surrounding the the mardi gras period where they really rake in the bucks that makes breaks a whole bunch of these people's businesses and it's going to break more this might actually break the entire city and it'd be strange to see like okay hurricane flooding no problem but government restrictions who anyway this Just released research which concludes that. The total lives lost to the virus in the us may far exceed those immediately related to the acute covid nineteen critical illness. The recession caused by the pandemic can jeopardized population health for the next two decades two decades twenty fricking years. But you know if it only saves we must slot people down. We must force them. Today only saves one life. We're happy to sacrifice for. We must kill everybody's freedom and all the small businesses just to freetalklive borkum up. 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School focused focuses focuses on the almost instantaneous unemployment of millions of workers in march of last year and april the unemployment rate jumped from nearly the lowest in fifty years to the highest since the current measurement system began in nineteen forty eight while it has come down. it's still at its highest rate since the recovery from the two thousand eight two thousand nine financial crisis the authors wondered how unemployment affects mortality and life expectancy years later little research on that question existed so they conducted their own analysis using sixty seven years of data about unemployment life expectancy and death rates from the bureau of labor statistics and the centers for disease control and prevention they were able to separate the effects of the unprecedented twenty twenty unemployment spike from other factors that affect mortality and life expectancy their main finding over the next twenty years. One point three seven more people million one point three seven million more people will die then would have died without the unemployment shock that the pandemic caused a number the researchers call staggering and again. It's not what the pandemic caused. It's what the response to the pandemic caused. And i'm not saying there wouldn't be some unemployment shock from just the pandemic itself like I'm massage therapy. And we had to close down before we were ordered to because people were too concerned about this to come in so yeah there would be some shock there but nothing compared to the everyone who is not essential must stop and the whole who gets to decide who's essential right there. There's a whole whole other topic there but yeah we we used to think that you know the government deciding which jobs would happen in which ones wouldn't was a bad idea so we can keep talking about this but first let's go to. We have egbert calling from michigan effort. You're on free talk. Live good woah. Evenings online wonder service for our country. Can candidate joe. We'd love to hand over your data college even link. He played with the grand efforts along but she thinks he's an even keel. All kinds of healthy symbols ainge kills these Viruses and bacteria and everybody he feels our bones which killed cancer cells bacteria viruses and so naturally we believe in natural rhythm and natural immunity. And we know what we're being scared to death by our governor here griffin necessarily whiparound lansing michigan we all people to nazi or fascist communism. The thing happened to our wonderful country Who's a federal government and some of these politicians in washington dc but anyways Healthy i'm either. Newspaper called newspaper. And make sure it's available in new hampshire. But they talked about and natural. Food is growing. Which wack- most about clinton's viewing your lesson again to expensively successful for people either healthy so thank you very much thanks for calling where we appreciate it you know it goes without saying maybe it doesn't but you eat healthy I'm a big dude. I eat more than i expected. But i'm eating healthier than i ever have right. I'm eating good stuff. Wholesome foods home you know. All the non gmo no hormones that kind of stuff so You know but what i haven't heard of course was government recommending any of that during the where does nutrition come in government. Where does you know all of the natural. Where does boosting your immune system. Come in mr government. You know because you haven't talked about that all you've talked about is the vaccine and the masks within the mandates. Well they don't want you to develop your immunity. They won't develop the immunity for u scientifically and then sell it to you and or require that you put this into your body. And and i'm glad he brings it up because nutrition is incredibly important and completely underrated. I mean doctors are barely trained. Nutrition whatsoever and it's the fundamental basis of your entire bodies chemistry and yeah. Onions are great example. Their antiviral antifungal. They're incredibly good for you Garlic is another one they're delicious. They're they're great for your immune system. I mean if you get cold what like. What do you want while you won't like chicken soup rate. Well what are they. Always put into those soups. You know onions onions. Garlic there was. I want to call it an old wives tale. But i think it's accurate they would if there was a sickness going around the house you know when people at large families on the farm and that they would take an onion and chop it in half and just leave it sitting out And the idea. There was that the onion would absorb whatever the bad stuff is in the air and so onions have been known for a long time to have you know very positive effects and scientifically speaking. It's not far off from that so One way of looking at it is that It absorbs what's in the air but another way is to okay. Well scientifically what's happening. There is the molecules from the onion are getting out into the air. And that's why you know you cut an onion. It's very easy to smell. And it's a very potent chemical. which is you know. Part of what triggers you tearing up but that also will kill the particles that are in the air the bacteria the viruses the fungal spores that are in that room will be killed by the molecules that are circulating from the from the onion and i. It's weirdly enough like this is why the whole Myth of vampires being killed by garlic or being warded. Off by garland. Exactly same. sort of thing. Where it's powerful antiviral antifungal and antibacterial. So if you cut open a clove of garlic the same kind of thing happens where the the molecules from that garlic go into the air and start killing all these pathogens that are in your air and and you know just to wrap up on the vampire now like that's why the other things that would kill or ward off vampire also so the the silver silver is also antiviral antifungal antibacterial and sunlight. Again and incredible disinfectant. Yeah the sun was out. Yesterday i was. I had an opportunity to do some stuff outdoors at my place. And so i did. Because i'm like oh i gotta go stand in the sun And it was refreshing. I really enjoyed it. oh yes. Sunlight is Incredibly underrated. So i mean. You've got the the vitamin d thing that people know about There's also the fact that it it it's It's too powerful of radiation for single celled organisms. But it's fine for multicellular organisms like us. And there's also the fact that it Triggers your metabolism. So when your body when you when your is sense for a long period of time that there is sunlight which is ten thousand times more powerful than artificial light. It makes your body go into full metabolism. Because it's like okay. It's the daytime. You should be awake. Here's the full dose of your metabolism. It's called wakeup mode. I wish a lot more people were in wakeup mode and it when it comes to. The government's overreaction to this thing known as the covid nineteen six zero three two eight three six one six zero more. Free talk live Yes come on. Come on and listen to the show. The show that is nationwide on radio stations everywhere. The show that is on some satellite somewhere that i'm not really certain where but it is also on the internet had freetalklive dot com. It is free talk live. that's the name of the show. That's what we do here. Our telephone number is six zero three two eight three six one six zero against six zero three two eight three six one six zero. We'll get to your calls and thoughts momentarily. But first i wanted to tell you the any pay two point oh is here and crypto. Payments are now faster than ever. If you're using edge wallet hand cash. Bitcoin dot com or dash wallets. Your experience very smooth. I know minus but some while. It's aren't yet ready for this impressive news. Weekly shop not bad mouth. The coin these wallet programmers need to hear from you. The wallet users visit any pay inc dot com forward slash upgrade to learn why some popular wallets incompatible with any two point. Oh and reach out to the wallet. Programmers to encourage them to make payments perfect at any pay inc dot com forward slash upgrade. All right going to more of your calls and thoughts. Let's go to john in delaware john. You're on free talk. Live you know that. The democrat party was the party that senior from the union because they wanted to keep human beings as slaves and as you also know that the democrat party was the party of segregation and jim crow. And did you did. You would not believe the amount of people that don't know that they actually think it's the republican party and did you also know that. The democrat and republican party continue to cause nothing but racism separation and segregation amongst all of us with their manufactured and they're engineered problems and we still give these losers or money. That's unbelievable thing about. They're a bunch of crooks. They're no different from the mafia and i think it's ridiculous and the only person that was ever gonna save was donald trump and seeing what they did to him. God forbid somebody comes from the outside and tries to get in on your little ball and their little trickery they got on us. The american people with duty go destroy you for four years. They came after this guy man handle what they had to do with the end. There's still digit. He's not even there anymore and they still need to the guy. Think it's going to go through so I don't know if you if you were up on this but So random long range had called for a vote on the constitutionality of impeaching him and enough Enough republicans said no it was not constitutional that if they then try to impeach him then. The impeachment isn't going to go through so if they bring missile cash a bunch of spineless losers also and they're also weighing on the big ball and they're a huge part of the problem. I mean he gave her to both parties because both parties do nothing but fight amongst each other. And i believe it's all fake acute stage show over there in. Dc they think they're a bunch of actors and actresses. That's why everybody in hollywood is good friends with all these actors and actresses on sir. Well yeah no. That's absolutely true because if you look at how produced politicians are specifically the president's and i'm talking about all of the president's since i've been alive. They all have makeup people before they go and they give their speeches. They all have professional script writers that put together. Whatever it is. They're going to say they have one hundred percent. They have teleprompters whenever they give a speech to make sure they don't forget the words that these speechwriters that they've hired that you know they've hired professionals like like the kind that hollywood would use to write these speeches for them different. There's no difference at all. It is a big act huge. Act the whole thing. Is you jack. And it's huge. Shame and the american people and believe me you. We've lost power a long time ago. Man donald trump just put a huge magnifying glass. On what's really been going on now. Mandir nothing but a bunch of corrupt that needs to go the republicans and the demine rach agreed john. Thanks for the call tonight. I appreciate it you know. He's speaking the truth. I can't really disagree with them. Other than donald trump was the only guy who is gonna donald trump was never gonna save. Anybody did kind of present. As though i mean he was the outsider. And i mean we knew wasn't going to be an insider that could that could change this a lot of libertarians. We were you know really hoping that you know we can get a ron paul in there and maybe he could like really tone this down and we did at least get a chance to you. Know get an. I think they'd be a lot. Worse to ron paul than they were to to trump but because i mean he was in the club. He just wasn't in the vip sex ryan. He wasn't tara he wasn't tearing this down. The control structure the economic system. All of that. But you know he was getting in the way and you sell what they did to just keep him from doing all the great stuff that he'd if he had tried like making peace with russia They put him in a position where that was completely untenable. I don't see any politician in my lifetime for president. I don't see anybody keeping really any of their campaign campaign promises Like in the entire time. I've been alive. Well there's a few campaign promises that i expect Biden will keep Like i think what of his campaign promises was to go after those darned domestic terrorists. Bet you anything. He's going to keep that one yen. Well we know who he's gonna target for those. Oh yeah people who love freedom. And that's in and of itself is the great sadness of what is about to be It's like seventy percent of the of the republican voters. Think that trump legitimately won the election. Okay well guess what that seventy percent of that chunk of of the population you are now. In the crosshairs you are the domestic terrorists. You are the ones that they're going to use the patriot. Act against and whatever other biden's put but forty executive orders action forty plus I a it's so ridiculous. Let's keep going with your calls and thoughts. Let's go to tom calling from new hampshire. Tom you're on free talk live oh thursday in new mexico my the way. Let me mentioned here for the benefit of the. Maybe people who went to public school. New mexico is one of the fifty states of the united states. It is not a part of some foreign country but In the state of new mexico on thursday a state Cop pulled somebody over. The driver was a subject of an ongoing narcotics investigation and was out to las cruces new mexico and in a drug deal and cop pulled them over assisting members of homeland security the subject Got out and opened fire and then got back in and drove away and stopped again and got killed but The cop god killed. And when i called the talk about is dangerous rhetoric. When you hear all this garbage about you know cops that gets itself killed in a drug bust. is a fallen hero. You know and that kind of dangerous rhetoric only inspires more cops to make the same bad choice and to reap the same gruesome consequences and keep and makes more citizens. Keep reelecting crazy politicians. Who support the war on drugs politicians. Who are tough on drugs in order to win elections. They have no qualms about buying votes with cops blood. Then they put on this this Talk about a fallen hero and all that nonsense and they wind like cry babies but they have no qualms about buying votes with cops blood. They wind like crybabies when the bill comes due and Then there is another dead cop in your face people. If you've been voting for candidates like that you're not pulling the trigger but you're pulling the lever and it's gonna keep dangerous rhetoric and when you see posted on social media Talking about you know fallen heroes. This fall here that you should call out the platform and say hey look. These people are spouting off dangerous rhetoric. It's only gonna continue and coming more cops to make the same bad and reap the same gruesome. Consequent the the rhetoric and the propaganda. You combine those two things together. You feed it directly into people's brains by things like television mainstream media and you get and well. Yeah i mean. I consider twitter facebook. You know the social be. I consider them as part of mainstream media because they are they are mainstream most people are on those platforms. And if you look at drugs in particular like you may not approve of it. You may not think that it's a good thing you might think it's degrading our communities. Or what have you but you still had zero victims. In this possibility someone was going to buy drugs from someone else. And now how many victims do you have. You have the the two people that are dead. You have all of their friends and family. I mean how many victims have been caused completely unnecessarily. It's a health issue not a government issue and thanks for the call tonight tom. We appreciate you and people should be left to deal with it as they see fit rather than government interference six zero three two eight three six one six zero more. Free talk live is coming up. What if the united states and soviet union had fallen land sea air and the astral plane struggled for dominion across parallel dimensions on the surface of the moon. What wonders would have been unveiled. What terrorists would have haunted. Mankind from dark and dismal dimensions come closer peer through a glass darkly discover the horrifying alternate visions of world war. 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That's the government blames on the pandemic when it's really the governments won't and you know this is just some crazy blogger. It's in the basement. You know johns hopkins university harvard medical duke university some no name crackpots that have put the other this study these findings. Further complicate the excruciating. Quandary facing policymakers. That's such a horrible word policymakers. I need to come up with a new word for that. Lockdowns and other restrictions impose economic suffering. Save lives sorry. I know her time reading that sentence if it turns out that the economic suffering while saving lives in the near term also costs lives in later years. Then what is the right policy. Response the reset while the right policy responses no policy at all let people make their own frigging descendants. Yeah the researchers emphasize that. We don't want to suggest. That policymakers should refrain from ordering lockdowns as well. I do. I want to suggest. That policymakers refrained from ordering lockdowns is necessary. Life saving measures. Absolutely i mean okay. Everyone thinks like oh well you. You're you're just greedy. You wanna make money every time everyone talks about the economy and it's like no that's life. That's that's food that you eat. That's the food to you. That's you know the activities that you that make life worth living. That is what the economy is. So yeah every time. It's like well you know we can shut down the economy for for this for that. And it's like that's life that you are shutting down. Yeah yeah the the wheels go round and round. And you can't say all you do by shutting down the economy is you bolster. What's known as the black market All the trade is going to continue to happen in one way or another. You know you might put a little damper on it. But the necessary trade for life to continue for folks to get what they want to need out of life. It's going to continue. You're not going to stop it. I don't care what size government you are. i'm talking to you. Usa right the largest government on the largest by far at least by empirical standards That the black market still happens. They can't even stop gray market. Yeah i mean okay. You cannot keep drugs out of presents and that is the most locked down the most heavily observed and regulated that you can possibly get and even then you can't keep drugs out of them okay so that same principle is going to be true in all of these other areas only now. You don't have people literally locked in cages and constantly being monitored the article continues the potential downside in the singular crisis is also formidable. The researchers catalog the dangers base sunday emerging data it is likely that the limited access to healthcare during the lockdown temporary discontinuation of preventive care interventions massive loss of employer provided health insurance coverage and the lingering concern of the population about seeking medical care out of fear of contracting covid nineteen will impact mortality rates and life expectancy even more severely then predicted and and i have to emphasize so this is in america the wealthiest country in the world. We are the richest people on the face of the earth. And this is what this is doing to us. Yeah so think about what this is doing in other parts of the world where it like a little change in the economy means how many people start starving to death. Yeah the new findings pose one more. Challenge for policymakers and everyone else we mostly know who is dying of coq covid nineteen itself the elderly and those depressing numbers by a name. Drive a sense of urgency as we fight back in coming decades. We will never know exactly whose lives have been shortened by the economic distress. The government caused the says pandemic. but that's suffering will be just as real and shouldn't be forgotten nor ignored and that's the thing you can turn on cnn and And you can find okay. Here's what the numbers of Cova deaths are now whether or not those numbers are. Trustworthy is debatable. But they'll at least trying cover them what they will not cover as all of the people dying because of these economic lockdowns. You won't you won't see any of the coverage of the people that die from this well. Of course jon because that would make well the people in power look bad. We can't have any of that now can we. It is terrifying in so many ways that all of this has happened coming up on a year. We're we're into february now the shortest month of the air. It's been the longest two weeks of my life. I'll tell you that much in twenty two days or so. It's going to be march again. You know when this all kicked off as far as the. Us is concerned we started hearing about it in january but wuhan and stuff. I started creeping into the news feeds and all that kind of stuff but it really kicked it in march and it's going on the people it's going on a year. That two weeks turned into a year. Real fricken. quick didn't it. Did yep friday the thirteenth in march of Of twenty twenty. Was it really. Oh yeah friday. The thirteenth was when all of this started in america. That's ominous it's very ominous. I can't believe that it has come to you what it is now. Currently shutting down cities deciding who is essential. And who isn't i. Don't these are things that governments should not be doing. Yeah i i don't have a source on this but i was hearing about I think it was in texas that there was this Cop who was talking to someone without a mask in a store you know the the crime of shopping with a human face and he's like well if you don't put that mass gone i'm gonna as you she's like okay this is. This is where we're at people cover your face. Stop having a human face or you will be taste by thugs. There's been a bit of that going around. Well it's also interesting to me is. I've seen several times now. People getting arrested for not masking by police who are also not wearing masks Almost like they have different rules. Most laws for the but not for me or for been up for the laws for the but not for me for me. I misspoke. i'll misspoke again home myspace. How continued to mis speak. Well you know. If i ran around you know pulling people over and making them give me money lest i kidnap them and take them into my basement. They will receive substandard conditions and cold air. I mean i. I'd be a maniac but if a policeman doesn't do that well then he's. He's negligent of his duty. Derelict none of this is going to end until you the listener you the people you the average guy you the regular joe says i have had enough you have always had the power to take the mask off and go outside and be human again. You have always had the power to just go ahead and reopen your business. You have always had that power. All of this relies on us policing each other. They don't have the manpower to do it themselves. They never they never have. They never will but as long as they keep everyone else telling everyone else to do what they said. Then all of this will keep going and the amount of oppression that you will have from your government is exactly that amount that you will withstand think. The federal government has not including like soldiers. Like you'll bureaucrats i. I'd have to look it up though. I think it's a lot bigger than that either way. 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It says prognosis when we'll life returned to normal question mark in seven years at today's vaccine rates and that might just be wishful thinking it says are new calculator shows how long it will take states and countries to vaccinate seventy five percent of their populations. When will the pandemic end. It's the question hanging over just about everything. Since covid nineteen took over the world last year. The answer can be measured in vaccinations or candidates Bloomberg has built the biggest database of covid nineteen shots given around the world with more than one hundred and nineteen million doses administered worldwide. Us science officials such as anthony. Fauci have suggested it will take seventy percent to eighty five percent coverage for the population for things to quote return to normal unquote. Bloomberg's vaccine tracker shows that some countries are making far more rapid progress than others using seventy five percent coverage with a two does vaccine as a target. They've determined apparently seven years. Well and that's for this version of covid as we mentioned it at the beginning there's four thousand different versions of this all of a sudden Yeah there was one now sudden. There's four thousand versions so now are we talking. Let's see it. Let's just say they're on target with their seven year estimate What seven times. Four thousand that would be twenty eight thousand two hundred thousand years until you know. Things returned to quote normal unquote. Well that's if we develop a vaccine for every variant that exists now and if by an absolute miracle. This stops mutating Which i mean. It doesn't look like it's gonna there's just it go out on a limb here and assume that the laws of biology will continue to be what they are and it will continue to mutate. We can talk more about this but first let's go to anonymous calling from california anonymous here on free talk live. Good evening guys. How're you doing So i'm just calling because like you mentioned before taking this into your own hands. I personally don't wear a mask. I don't social distance. I don't do any of that stuff. I think it's very counterproductive And i i'd like to perhaps proposed the ninety s to take it even a step further to help others that Perhaps aren't as willing to come out if they don't see a whole bunch of others like us and that's to start doing three hooks all over the country where where signs that say that you're willing to engage in human contact with other consenting willing participant embraced the revolution with free. I like it and then and then this. This sort of disobedience is most is probably the most effective because the optics of arresting people. That are just hugging. Others is horrible. And i think that it would Bring attention to how horrible and dystopia and Our lives have become up to this point and perhaps stopped make people pause and realize that. Maybe we shouldn't do this anymore. And that human connection is something that's actually happening. Is there any organization behind this. Is there a website where people can go to download template for these free hugs signs or anything like that Not i mean. I know the free hugs i who's been studied creek open So i'm sure that if you just type Free hugs into You know the duck duck. Go google search bar. You'd be able to to find it I would personally love to have an organization that That actively uses a free hugged movement to reestablish connection between inbetween humus otherwise we we might live in twenty seven thousand years. I saying indeed. Appreciate the call tonight anonymous. a hug it out right. why not. Why not nice. It's nice blast from the past. I remember when Free hugs at least came on my radar So many ago and it is it is such a strange thing to realize that just being human is such an act of defiance. Now i mean that's what humans do. They hug each other like they throw an arm around each other from time to time. It's it's an unimaginably human thing to do even the handshake for that matter right. you know. it's it's weird now when you go hold out your hand to somebody to shake their hand who you've never met before whatever even if you have and some people are they just kind of look at you like me. It's like trying to shake your hand. Eight twelve people. Do you have just learned not to do that. If i can't see their face. I if i can see your face then okay. I'm going to treat you like a human being otherwise i just have to assume and maybe this is not fair on my part because i know a lot of people are doing this just because everyone else is doing it but i will just assume that you are being driven by fear and that you would take it as an affront. If i offered you my hand. Let's go to more of your thoughts. Let's go to rj calling from new hampshire rj. You're on free talk live much you know. Yeah kind of counter idea. I guess to the free hugs. Why not free blowjobs nigger nigger nigger docked. fm take. Would you open up the phones to absolutely anybody. It is free talk live now. I'm not going to be You know banning him from my platform. Of course. Because i mean even though i kind of feel like he should be for just being a punch but you know we do call our show free talk live where reason six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero is our telephone number. You must behave according to the fcc. But other than that whatever's on your mind more coming up if you want to move to the free state the real estate well. I know guys who really. It's a realtor. Mark ward looking for a great real estate investment. Consider new hampshire which is ground zero for the liberty movement. Your first call should be to mark worden from porcupine real estate. He's more than just a real estate agent. He's your new hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live. Do you want farm city the burbs or forest. Do you want a duplex or multifamily buildings. So that renter's pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in new hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property mark warden can help real estate com. Welcome back to the program. Welcome back to the show. It is free talk. Live the live. Saturday night edition. Our telephone number is six zero three two eight three six one six zero. That's six zero three two eight three six one six zero if you would like to call join the conversation in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain and this mountaineer and we were talking about this article from bloomberg that says when will life returned to normal in seven years at today's vaccine rates according to their new calculator. And that's just and it's built on a few sumptious that are very questionable. It's built on the assumption of Things will definitely go back to normal if we have. Everyone vaccinated It's built on. I mean to to Go in the other direction It's built on foul cheese. New number of seventy five percent because beforehand. He was saying Sixty percent one point and then he's slowly been creeping up no no. We won't have herd immunity until it's seventy five percent And who knows if he's going to change that up to eighty or ninety or ninety five or ninety nine point nine nine nine percent to takes everybody door. Which is patently false. I mean yeah This says the calculations will be volatile especially in the early days of the rollout in the numbers can be distorted by temporary options for example. New york's target date was briefly pushed out to seventeen months this week after a winter. Blizzard prevented some people from getting vaccinated. It's now back down to thirteen months. Likewise canada's vaccination rate dropped in half in recent weeks following reports of delayed vaccine shipments etc. And so on so a bunch of numbers and statistics around the assumptions. That you've talked about And and this is also to vaccinate absolutely everyone which What i've been hearing is the people that i've all that have already had covid when they get these vaccines. It gets them sick. That's what i've been hearing. So that's that's a terrible idea on some people straight up die plus the fact. That usually what happens is when you get over an illness. Your body maintains the immunity to that at least that strain of it now. We can talk more about this article from bloomberg but first let's go to erica calling from florida. Erica you're on free talk live. Hey this is great I'm calling kind in the same thing of the free hug. Then how important it is right now to like get her american flags out on the corner and wave them because the united nations in nineteen ninety five under clinton made it You get a bad conduct discharge. If you refuse to wear the united nation's uniform because michael new you can go to. Mike new dot com and see that in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. They kicked him out and he said no way. He stood up with five hundred. Un blue and his army green. And they said you're out god discharge and it went through the core like maybe until two thousand one and it's good that's a lawful order so erica i get our week. Yeah i get that. It's a good idea for people to stand up against things that they don't believe in that's-that's that's a net positive. What i'm curious about is what impact. What effect do you think people putting flags up and waving them doubt. We'll have and why is that important. You know they're takeover can't just be like blocking the capital and and our news telling us we've been taking over. No art land is our land. You know until you take it over and it's ours you know we stand on our land whether you know people are trying to take it from outrageous property taxes or not you know we bought our land and you know we're gonna stand on it and defend it and then we're going to wave our flag on it and you can like bring your un flakes all you want but that's a communist thing. That sounds all very nice and very patriotic. If you will but the fact of the matter is is you. Don't actually own your land because you have to pay taxes on your land perpetually even after you pay off your mortgage so and if you'd those laws can change those laws you know. I'd love to hear. How do i mean maybe we could Start a movement where We refuse to pay him in Federal reserve notes. They have to be. We get to keep the money in bitcoin. Until the money's do and then we'll give you your money if it's not being used for you know chinese causes where there's human book your age you know how about if we abolish taxation altogether and allow people to decide what goods and services they would wish to pay for individually because roads. We need police noser structures. We we do need those. Those are essential services we do need them and and people will choose to tap them. They can be built from local it locally administered Position you know. I fought against the wisconsin referendum and it was just a farce. You know it was corruption from beginning. And you know these fancy dancy architecture. Firms approach these public school districts. And say i think you need a new building and the would you like to go out for dinner and they go okay and we'll run your vote. Yes campaign and and tell your community you need it and Week we'll get the job you know. I told all this to the fbi. They did nothing. Oh one thing. I need to stay. There's a judge that. Bruce schroeder from kenosha wisconsin. He filed like some emergency hearing on. Kyle rittenhouse monday morning. And this judge in the nineties. He had a sex offender halfway house next to a daycare in downtown. Pinocchio this dude is like hundred years old. I don't even know why he's still a judge and be very careful. Look at the what. they're charging. One erica so with all of the corruption and all of the bad things that are going on you know people getting overrun by these government officials. What gives you any confidence that we could change. A law to abolish taxation. Been god and i think that that's what this country's built on and i'm just not going to give okay. Well i agree with what she's what she's driving but i don't think that the method is sound. Yeah there's a except for that that that mentioned on On bitcoin i mean she is right about if you if you move. Move your money into crypto currency then they cannot tax it. They can't take it out of your bank account. They can't garnish your wages. When you're being paid and crypto currency that is true. Those are accurate statements. And if you haven't already done. So i suggest putting some of your money into crypto currency. Not you know. You don't wanna put one hundred percent of your money into it or anything else for that matter. You never put all your eggs in one basket. But it's certainly a good idea to put some of their Into a place where folks like government officials. Can't i just want to say that. Passing a law to about taxation. If that was possible it would have happened already. Well and and that's the thing like you. You just have to stop participating. I mean here. Here's our circumstance. You are being threatened to follow more laws than you can even possibly imagine and can even be counted right. You are being threatened to do to do this but you are participating and as long as you participate they will continue to abuse you and yeah. We have new tools to avoid participation. the likes of which we have never seen before in human history. There's there's never been anything like crypto currency before it is really the first. I'm going to call it anarchic infrastructure because it exists in defiance of authority absolutely absolutely. I mean communist. China tried to shut this thing down and they're now the number one export of bitcoin. Yeah so that lets you know that. Even the most Police state level cannot do it. And yeah absolutely. This is how you avoid. This is how you make taxes optional again. Well we could talk more about that of course but it's still threatening you and they're gonna take your money and they're not going to stop until they are outnumbered six zero three two eight three six one six zero. How do we get more people to stand up against these bullies. Which is what they are. These tyrannical bullies more free. Talk live on the way Ahead the telephone number that you need is six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero again. That's six zero. Three two eight three six one six. Oh that is the telephone number to get on the air here on our show the show. You're listening to free. Talk live and i am your host tonight. Captain kick ass joining me. Because mountaineer and i wanted to tell you about liberty stickers Do you want to reach people with the ideas of liberty. If so you can do it. From the back of your car with liberty stickers dot com you can reach thousands of people with a bumper sticker. And you know people love to read them check out. The vast selection of witty poignant pithy and downright bombastic liberty oriented messages at liberty stickers dot com. that's liberty stickers dot com Before we circle back to this article from bloomberg. Let's just go ahead. And bring chris from albuquerque on the line. Chris you're on free talk live It's been a long time since i've listened to your show I understand you guys. Only china and interest on The concept of freedom and liberty but when we live in society There's a limit to freedom and things limit to liberty and that freedom is via body in my freedom in other words. You're liberty and your freedom has one limit mainly the life freedom. that's what the non aggression principle is all about. You know basically do whatever you want as long as you are not harming another person or damaging another person's property okay. So we're on. We're on the same line here when we apply that to coronavirus a on the coronavirus epidemic Your freedom to wear a mask. On to keep distancing and i'm hoping the pre the caller who you're listening is limited by my freedom liberty to live Free of illness offer this. You'll notice and two guys. I'm sorry but I believe that Penalty should be imposed for people who do not keep distancing internet. Keep them out can europe. It's usually fifty bucks the first time and you can go up to twelve hundred. I'm sorry fifteen hundred After three times. So you think it's okay for otherwise healthy people to be treated as if they're ill A lot of people who have the virus are symptomatic and you are a symptomatic during the first much debated but let's four five days so to decide this exactly. The people we elect in other words government social well cool advice. I'm sorry that is the opposite of liberty so as soon as also who do who do. Okay who do you then want to decide. I want the person whose body it is to decide what happens with it okay. But that that person has liberty is limited by my liberty on my freedom not to get sick and today so then how come. You haven't been wearing a mask for all of the previous flu seasons or the previous kovic the previous sars or any of the other topical diseases that have passed through our new cycles. Sorry missile begin. Use the question what happens day. Why haven't you wore masks and social distanced every single year when it's flu season. Hundreds of thousands of people die because of this every single year. The flu is not as deadly and The previous sars epidemic regardless of whether it's as deadly or not which we can have that argument but that we know for a fact that flu is deadly flu kills hundreds of thousands every year. You draw the line somewhere fu somewhere where i draw the line. I draw the line at individual decision. If you are comfortable more comfortable wearing a mask and you think it's going to be helpful. Then go ahead but you have absolutely zero right to dictate what i wear on my face or anywhere else for that matter. Correct and you have and you have no rights to put my life at risk. I don't put your life at risk if you're contagious around me. And you don't keep distancing and you don't keep your mask on yes. You're making assumptions based on zero data right and and if you can show at the based on what the viral just sunday but just are saying all around the world. Can you show me evidence of a symptomatic transmission. I'm not viljo from something. But look at the example of singapore for example which is not going well known for freedom and liberty They have three large universities From an article on fox by the way the u x and they have three dollars universities. Open i don't remember the numbers. I believe total fifteen thousand students. There are imposing extremely strict conditions. And so the students have the freedom and liberty to study on campus with those conditions. Of course hey. Chris i have a question for you. I have a question. Do you drive a car. So i i drive a cars. Well now motor vehicle accidents. Kill many people every year. Now you're piloting a motor vehicle. Basically a weapon with wheels. And you're putting other people at risk every time you get behind that we are. You gonna stop driving. When i stopped german mandated by the government. When when are you gonna stop driving and putting other people at risk. Guess what what life life is risk like just being alive risky so if the government misses something so if the government misses something that you're putting someone's life in danger then it's okay for you to put their life at danger. I never take a single story by the way. They haven't had a single case of covid on those three campuses period masking dissing works and the penalties very severe and singapore. So if masks distancing works how come the cases are going up because perfect now school people are using imperfect massgov say and because there are a lot of them are not respecting masking distancing and because the main the main source of contagion is meeting with people groups some family members. Then then chris how come the flu has all disappeared. That is that is a mystery that or scratching their head about either the masks worker. They were either the masks work or they don't now the cases of covid keep going up but the cases of flu have all but disappeared. Now you want to say that. The masks aren't working enough people aren't using them and that's why the cases of covid are going up but you want to say that has disappeared because people are wearing their masks. You can't have it both ways. I i never said that said that said that. We don't know why the flu cases down on alert on your side or actually suspecting that on crispy lucas near here. Hold on hold on. I think i think he he nailed it right there. A lot of us are are what it appears to be the most parsimonious explanation for why the flu has mysteriously vanished and covid numbers continue to rise is because the the the flu is being counted as covert now. There's a couple of specific reasons for this so number one you have. You have hospitals which have been stopped from all of their ordinary activity all of the pre planned surgeries. Those are out all of the cancer screenings all of that. We have to stop all of the regular activity but were allowed to do this now. There also given over ten thousand dollars each for every cova patient and because the testing is relatively unreliable both in False positives and false negatives a lot of what they do is they go by. The symptoms and list of symptoms for covid are nearly identical to symptoms for flu. Now the one of the things that could tell you a difference is if someone has a runny nose okay so a hospital can do one of two things. It can check for a runny nose and possibly lose ten thousand dollars if it does or it can stay in business and call it cova. Yeah the the evidence for that concert theory is clean so far. I i mean the flu disappearing is really flimsy evidence. Chris and we thank you for the call. I i don't know. I mean. I guess you can't get through to everybody. Well if you at your if you your core believe that people belong to their government then of course. This is going to be your perspective. Are you an obedient cheap. Six zero three two eight three six one six. i guess. 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Everybody via the news Evidence has shown that it may have been in the states as early as the previous fall Which were the reports that i was getting from actual people. Yeah and so. of course. The governments around the globe have overreacted in ways. That have made people do well. Inexplicable things like champion for the tyranny of their fellow man. You know it's a great thing when When government starts telling you what to wear what to put on your body and Oh you know occasionally round you up into camps for not complying. And so if that wasn't bad enough this one thing that the government is using a as its excuse to rain down more tyranny this from news dot trust dot org o. A reuters foundation thompson reuters. Asian world faces around four thousand covid. Nineteen variants as britain explores mixed vaccine. Shots bullet points here. World faces around four thousand variants of novell coronavirus. Uk trials combining pfizer and astrazeneca. Vecsey combining magazines now Because one vaccine wasn't nearly risky enough. You know i mean what if what if pfizer got it right and astrazeneca got it wrong. I mean sure like half of your people would be fine. I mean you couldn't. You couldn't do that. The uk says vaccines likely to work on different. Variants okay. I can say that vaccines are likely to make balloons. Come out of your ears. Does that make it real. I'd like to see your trials all drug maker. I'd really like to have video on them. Because that would be hilarious. All drugmakers are looking to improve vaccines for new variants. Of course i mean. This article is pretty useless. Really the fact that suddenly it went from one saying to to i heard about very int- i it's and i. It was the first. I was hearing of a third wave. Okay which kind of implies a variation so and there's different meanings for the term wave when it comes to government context because when the government put everybody into lockdown yes that is a prison term. Yes they used it on their own citizens lockdown when they put everybody into lockdown and it was the two weeks to flatten the curve. The second way was referred to what happens after that two weeks expires. People experience the second wave right. Because we've locked down we in the curve gonna get it but you know we'll have slowed it down enough that you know. The hospitals won't be overwhelmed and we won't have to call in the the ships and turn football stadiums into hospitals and that kind of stuff. That was the well we won't have to but let's do it anyway. That was sort of the plan if i recall correctly. Now there's a second variant. I've heard about in the last month or so You know and suddenly. This was published on thursday the fourth of february of twenty twenty one. Suddenly there's four thousand covid nineteen variants. Now we talked about it a little bit earlier in the program about if you take the seven years at the predicting for the one corona or the one covid nineteen to people get fully vaccinated. Then now you have to four thousand more times that four thousand more vaccines. It would seem to be the case. Yeah i mean if you have a like that's why you have the different flu vaccines right. Because every year flu mutates they sort of make their best educated. Guess as to you know You know a dozen or so or a couple dozen variants that they expect to be the most common flu strains that will be infecting people and they vaccinate against those because it mutates all of the time and you have to make new vaccines for new variations on on a virus. So i mean. Correct me. If i'm wrong anyone out there who has better information but that sounds like you'd have to have four thousand different vaccines if you want this fully covered and i mean know. This isn't like this isn't like we all live in completely isolated areas anymore. I mean this is a post jet. World right yeah. There is international. Travel cross country cross globe around the around the globe. This article says the world faces around four thousand variants of the virus that causes covid nineteen prompting a race to improve vaccines britain said on thursday as researchers began to explore mixing doses of the pfizer and astrazeneca shot in a world. I know this sounds like this. Sounds like when. I'm at the bar and i'm with hanging out with my bros. And we start some drinking and one guy has to have shot of this and another guys having a shot of the other thing. And i go you watch. Let's combine those shots and see what happens. That's what it reminds me of. These are professional folks. Reminded me of so. You're you're at the car lot. You've you know finally negotiated your price and you get down to it. And it's like oh but what about the undercutting visor astor's nick. I mean they they were they were already going to make an unbelievable amount of money on just the one vaccine but wait. There's more vaccine that's what it is. It's like voltron vaccine all the different vaccines for one mecca. Vaccine thousands of various have been documented as the virus mutates including the so-called british south african and brazilian variants. Brazilian is the one. That doesn't have any people care which appear to spread more swiftly than others british vaccine deployment minister nadhim. Sowell said. it was very unlikely that the current vaccines would not work against the new variants. I guess we've answered our question than Well at least according to this one yet quote. It's very unlikely that the current vaccine won't be effective and the variance weather in kent or other variants especially. When it comes to severe illness and hospitalization zoe told sky news. All manufacturers pfizer tack madonna oxford astrazeneca and others are looking at how they can improve their vaccine to make sure we are ready for any variant. There are about four thousand variants around the world of covid. Now how did the number from two to four thousand well and a lot of sense to me like they're preemptively covering themselves for if this vaccine is say completely unaffected or even very counter effective. It's like oh well we just didn't do we. Just we thought it was going to cover these other. Three thousand nine hundred ninety eight versions of them but now turns out that when you have this version with this version of the virus. i just. it's terrible. It's like when you when i got my one of my first jobs. I had to clean floors and bathrooms and one of the things they told us not to do was mix like bleach and mr clean and like windex. Don't put different chemicals together when you don't know what's going to happen with them and yeah this is so early. There's no testing six. Three two eight three six one six zero more free talk live on the way. Oh yes welcome back to the show. It is free talk live. Thanks for listening to the program. Everybody in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain and piglets mountaineer and there was a caller not too long ago. Who called in. And somehow we got onto the subject of fork fest Not pork fast. Porcupine freedom festival fork fest The festival that forked off of the porcupine freedom festival they were not aware of the events that transpired that created a fork fast and they seem to be under the impression that it was one of these like food. Truck gatherings forecasts. Oh you know judging by the name Well well and so pork fast which is obviously a bacon related event right. Yes and it's it's Related event forecasts. Which is openly for those bacon dishes. That require a fork tweet so anyway. None of that is true. And in fact you can join. Liberty minded voluntary assists anarchists and libertarians from june twentieth through july fourth. Four forecast twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire. Four fast happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and forecast is decentralized which means no one is in charge that also means. There's no ticket cost just reserve your camping site or motel room with rogers campground for june twentieth through july fourth. Where better to celebrate independence day than around other freedom. Liberty freedom loving activists in the shire. You can relax and enjoy the camaraderie or you can create whatever experience or event. You'd like other to have if you're planning an event for ford fast. Be sure to let others know in advance you can connect with fellow fork festers via the unofficial telegram chat or the forecast for forum links to those around the unofficial website fork fest dot party mark your calendar june twentieth through july fourth. Twenty twenty one will see you at forecast dot party and i just want to be completely clear about forecast. Yes there will be food. There will it. But that's not the whole point the whole focus not the focus so delicious food too. I had some great stuff. Oh yeah that's a great food time and it's food that you can get in exchange for You know blood or cryptocurrency of multiple varieties or gold. Backs i love. I love trading gold bags for food. And it's awesome. It's just wholesome he it makes it makes you feel it really does give the warm fuzzies indeed. I exchanged a massage for silver. That was a wonderful experience for me. Nice yeah that's awesome. Let's go to your calls and thoughts. We have robert calling from south carolina. Robert you're on free talk live yes. Hi you know. I'm thinking to myself with regards to virus. I understood the death. Rate is not any higher than it was like a year ago. I mean we have people doing you. People behind by the virus hunters thousand four hundred fifteen thousand or something like that but they say that. The statistics deshields to six or flat and the words. There's not a suit or it's almost like there's there are no extra people dying every year and nobody goes taylor's to why that may happen to be you understand it that way. Yeah as i understand it. You still have more than a ninety nine percent chance of recovering from the covid nineteen virus. Should you contract it. And that hasn't changed right and that is actually something. We've been covering here that while they and it's because of exactly what you pointed out that they shifted the focus from covid death increases to covid case increases and part of that is that death is a is a very specific thing. You have very specific numbers that are easily checked when it's death now what caused the death gets a little bit Fuzzier but who died. How many people is very very clear. But cases on the other hand all you have to do is change the threshold of testing. And you can increase or decrease cases of a virus at whim. And and that's exactly the thing where they are using this to terrify people and since the deaths haven't increased. That's not scary. I don't know what to think. 'cause i never get sick anything. I i never take those flu. I'm from sixty seven years old. And i never take those liberal ever. Take the flu vaccine or any of that stuff and and they always harping on me. I get a call from the hospital. I get a call from my position when insurance company and the drugstore taking the getting the flu vaccine. They're all telling me how how dangerous can be like. But i said look i ever since. I'm beginning to get sick of anything. If i ever get an extra sneezed. I'll definitely check it out but as long as there's nothing wrong with me. I'm not going to try to fix what is broken. And and that's that's an old rule that i always follow and i don't know maybe it's because my heritage my my my. I'm partially of certain. Certain desensitized seem never to have gotten sick. I mean my by for example. My father's father's family. They all of the all siblings died in their sleep. Remember got sick of anything. But on the other hand i like. I told you about the figured. That they just mentioned i. I i really want. I'm the meantime. I haven't i haven't taken anything and when the train comes up for me to say yes or no to vaccine i condense would probably say no but then they the horrible mistake. What would you say about that. I would also refuse the vaccine I'm not sold that. Even the flu vaccine is effective. I'm certainly less sold on the rapid deployment the speed rapid of these Mr a style. Vaccines that in record time. Multiple companies seem to have suddenly come up with. Oh yeah i'm call me a skeptic but it's kinda like for me it's with technology it's kind of the same in that respect. The newest smartphone will come out. And i won't get it right away. I'll wait until a few hundred thousand. People have the smartphone and can report feedback on an online forum. Somewhere where i can read it. And then i'll make my decision as to whether or not i'm going to get that particular item or not You know after. I i'm not going to go and get it before everybody's had a chance to test it and use it for their own purposes and a smartphone is something that they've they've already tested it before they release it and that has been somewhat true vaccines in the past. But it's not true of this one. So what i'm trying to get at guess is that i'm going to be far more skeptical about a medical thing put in my body than i am about a piece of technology. The magic rectangle the nike around in my pocket. Yes i understand that they say that Messenger ribonuclease acid. You can't really be sure then with the very long term And with millions of people that nothing that something might go wrong because you're dealing with as as the name describes it messenger are in other words. That's basically something that's changing the basic setup to your body and all of our bodies changing. You're sending a message to it to do something and you don't know if there's any good little side effect. It's it's going to change it over the long haul to something that you may be exactly plan for. I mean it could be to talk in terms of software. They could be giving you the wrong message or a message. That's not right for your particular body even though it might be right for other people's buddies and we thank you for the call tonight robert Yeah i'm i'm skeptical and if somebody were to come and say again to my head and choose the villa to choose the vaccine. 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I mean it's never been tested in used on humans. Honestly i think it's questionable whether even this counts as a vaccine. Because i've heard other people say that and by i've heard other people i mean i've read that i read in an article. I don't remember where from. I didn't bring it for show prep because it contains some other things that i didn't think you know would be good for this particular show but it did say that the manufacturers or at least two of the different people from different manufacturers that would be pfizer bio and tech madonna or astrazeneca among others Quick note by the way Modernist stock ticker is so make of that way you will we. I know i read that. The people behind these axioms have literally called it a platform now a programming platform. What this means is in. this is in laypersons terms. So i'm not a scientist. i'm not a biologist neurologist. Obviously but with the speeds is that they are using a method of programming these cells. Within the vaccines to tell your. Give your body a set of instructions much in the same way an app that you download on your phone tells your phone a certain set of instructions and what to do and this is the first now. What else are they telling your body to do other than you know. Hey battle this corona virus does anybody now and it's not even battle this corona virus what this does Because i've looked into this and so just a quick overview so a messenger Arnie already yeah right at nucleic acid dna. Only it's much cheaper knees for the body to make because much shorter term use also how viruses worked there. They're also arnie so messenger. Arnie sends out a message to your body to do a thing like code for this program for this protein. Or look out for this pathogen or you. Create this hormone. What have you now. What this particular so-called vaccine is it changes your cellular structure so that your ace two receptor does not accept the corona virus. That's what it's there to do. It's to send a message to your cells that they need to change their part of their component so that it no longer accepts this virus as if it were to okay now. One of the that they've run into. Is that your bodied. Sees this as a foreign m. r. a which it is and if you have a healthy immune system infrequently frequently will damage this so called vaccine on its way in and we have no idea what what the effects of that can be right because if your immune system is otherwise healthy. It's going to see this as a potential invader and it's going to attack damage it and then we don't know what the ramifications of that are right so you have a random message for a random change going a body. It's incredibly danger. Who knows if that changes the message right right or what. The message becomes distorted or garbled as and eventually tells your body wants to. It's all interesting stuff and that's assuming everything's on the up right. That's assuming that they're they're not putting anything else in there that they didn't bother dimension or like. Oh it's very technical so we just didn't include it That which who knows and and in these articles. They're talking about like yeah. We've got this program that we can do for your hardware. We also have the potential of doing all of these other kinds of programs that we could do. Yeah In my book nature has been doing Right fine job. Thus far i would rather not have mankind being experimental on my body particularly with things that well are new. I mean i. It's kind of like if you have a secure network you know like a like a bank does for for ordinary currency right. And then you're just gonna let someone hack into it right and just you know trust that. They won't say transfer money that their count right exactly and we can talk more about that. I just wanted to get that out. We were talking off air. And i wanted to make sure that the listeners you know understood our position on this up but first. Let's go to your calls and thoughts. We'll start with ronald. He's calling from indiana ronald. You are on free. Talk live all-french how you doing. I love your show. I'd like to say for a start appreciate that. What's on your mind. Well i called in to complain about stocks firing lou dobbs and i hope the other. Newscasters realize that their necks. No that's what that stuff goes by the virus. Do down for because he like tom. Well i mean the well. The the republican establishment is absolutely turning their back on trump and his followers and populism in general so. I guess it's not that surprising. It's kind of sad. Because dobbs was one of the few people who would occasionally say things that are just really true really important and kind of against the general mainstream method or message. Well i wonder if they're coming for the good lord knows we. We don't need any truth. what else is on. Your mind was undermined your mind right. I'm sorry on your mind. Oh those are I was in the hostile about six weeks ago. And they told me. I was getting a flu. Shot about five days later. Broke out with gaps on my body. I don't know if they lied. And it was a code shot. If they would actually do that. I mean not forbid hospital. Start lying to you you know. Did you go back or did you recover from seen couple of doctors. They just kind of brushed me off and act like well ain't nothing you'd okay. I mean take blood and stuff. So i assume i'm okay. That custody got over my side. My back my chest. Dr but you don't mutate into a democrat. They've never had. I got four. I got four email addresses. And they're all after bless you kathie. My friend and i love your show. Thanks for the call. Just having a little fun there. I i have equal disdain for democrats as well as republicans. I think that as organizations loosely thought i used the term. They are both birds two wings of the same bird. Oh yeah you know. I i had. I had open mind for about five seconds. When the populist choice got the nominee Where did not on the democratic party. I'm like wow. They have proven themselves at least for this moment to be slightly less corrupt than their opposition. Did you know that. And they showed that up real quick do you know that. Biden is an acronym Biggest idiot democrats ever nominated I saw that online i laughed. I got a chuckle. Well i mean he clearly has dementia and that is something that you are not allowed to talk about he clearly. I don't even know if how a population can allow somebody of that state of mind to take arguably the most deadly position on planet earth. Well it's because they didn't like what trump said and it's really not a matter of did because what he did really wasn't any different but it was what he said and the way he talked to the way he comported himself was not what we expect of our president. It wasn't how we want be represented on the world. Stage yada yada. It put a huge warmonger in the chair of the largest military. Ever known to man But he's a warmonger. That cares about diversity. is it the largest military. Oh in china. Bigger population wise Maybe like as far as Equipment spending. I know there's more than you know it's basically empire yada yada yada. I just put somebody in that position is done. And that's the thing. I mean when it comes to our politics we don't care what people do. We care what they said. Power should never be so centralized that one man can have that much power at any given time. That's a fact. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. We'll get more of your calls and thoughts and we'll talk more about all sorts of fun stuff where free talk live is inbound. Yes it is free. Talk live the segments of this saturday deitz program in the studio tonight. It is myself. The reverend captain kagins joining me because mountaineer and we're here seven nights a week from seven pm until ten pm eastern. Let's four until seven pacific and if you're in another time zone well you do the math. Figured out your big boy or girl or nondescript humanoid abacha helicopter If you're capable of math figured out reach for the magic rectangle in your pocket come to calling it. That i used to call it the glowing box people say what do you do for a living and i say i stare at the glowing box. Well i for one was trained from a very early age that i had to do the math of eastern time if they were going to announce a tv show were always going to say such and such time. Yeah central mountains is the real killer. And that's what. I had to calculate most of the time and out in. And if you're a mountain time in like i think it's arizona is where they don't change. Yeah and so that. Which which i am very very strongly in favor of Stop the daylight savings thing. I call it government saving. It's insane it wastes time energy and oh yeah human life every year. Let's continue on with our calls. We have david new mexico david. You're on free. Talk live since we're still a government of the people by the before the people. I'm going to open another formal session of government now and First of all. I wanted to say that That caller chris from albuquerque. He just got off the radio earlier today on the local station. And he with the same. Same Presentation there is here and the european sounding gay. Chris you just need to go. You need to go back to europe. America was founded on freedom. And what you're suggesting is not freedom. It's not compatible. It is compatible over in germany and france. Go back leave us alone. And and so. And i and people like chris. He presents plenty of material to debate and to make points with however they're not worth even debating anymore. Just go away. We've already discussed all of that Over and over again. Moving forward In our session of government here the state of new mexico and the second Well the metro court the bernalillo county district attorney row will tour as has prosecuted for five years and recently over the last six months They had four different charges. Row will your assistant d. as or whoever made the decision have surrendered to me. I have taken your conditional surrender four different times on the four different charges. You lost loser. Okay however In this formal session of government raul torres. I would like to invite you. Ask you request of you. Challenge you and dare you since you have a few more weeks of time for with which you can still prosecute me you can. You can Motion to reopen the cases and withdraw your motion for dismissal And fighting again and since you have a few more weeks to do that. I will challenge you to do that. Row all because it was fun fighting you for these five years and the tens of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money state of new mexico casper taxpayer money that you wasted raoul and since you're going to probably try to run for governor at some point in the future the tax payers would like you to finish what you started with their tens of thousands of dollars trying to put me in prison So please row will take me up on that offer. You know david if you end row were both heavy libertarians. Or even anarchists. We could host a duel between the two of you at this year's fork fest a match if a boxing. I'd love to see well now. The ball is in roles. Court normally is just call in and please accept this challenge. Yeah we well guaranteed row. A- will hear about it. That's the way it works in new mexico route. I have called him out then. I'm challenging man card right any further thoughts david. No but that's really cool idea i would. I would actually make the trip to new hampshire to do a lawful sanctioned mma or boxing or whatever rao will chooses word. We'll write that down on the calendar in parentheses as a tentative thing will pencil it in and let you know if robocalls thanks for the call tonight david. He may be the first judge to lose a boxing match in absentia. I load up on. I four fast. You know. I think that would be a fantastic idea. David from new mexico and raoul this status guy right to the ring right. Settle the differences. That'd be great you know That is certainly a voluntary form of dispute resolution and they agree to whoever wins the match. You win x ray. This is all written out. Beforehand to contract is a very honest way to do it because as a judge you obviously believe that violence is the way to solve these problems and threats of violence. You know you know step up. Yeah you know if you wanna do violence to two people in order to get your way. Well do it yourself. Yeah and that's the problem that i have with well. All politicians really is because they're getting somebody else to do the dirty work for Whether it's sending people to go bomb brown children and faraway countries or you know hiring regular people to lay a flat thing. That vehicles could roll upon right. But i they take a giant cut for themselves after forcibly extracting the money from people they take a big cut for themselves and then they hire regular people to build these structures for them they. They don't actually do anything. And somehow they reap the rewards from doing anything and i. I'm not down with that at all. Yeah and since you mentioned build the roads i'm gonna. I'm gonna put this out here again. And i won't be the last time but you know everyone out there like you. You've seen potholes okay. Which has more potholes the parking lot or the road there to tell you my experience. It is always the road. That has more potholes than the parking lot at least me driving around town here in keene new hampshire certainly the road i can tell you verifiably in the seattle washington area it's definitely the government roads unquote that have the most damage in are the most frail and are the most in need of repair versus the parking lots or the private roads do exist. How many years we've been talking about are crumbling infrastructure. Oh yeah okay. No one's going to do anything about it. No one has done anything about it. So yeah this is why because there's no benefit to doing it. Some years ago there was. I think it was the thirty five w. minneapolis or saint paul It was a bridge. That went over like the mississippi. Maybe seven eight years ago a decade ago the bridge just collapsed like wild people were driving across it and of course it can. It came out that well. You know the bridges in need of repair and has been for quite sometime blah blah blah blah blah and. It's because well nobody's doing anything about it. How about how about. We put the people who decided not to fix this bridge since they were the only ones legally allowed to fix this bridge. How about we put them on trial. Say okay you saw this problem and you cry in. Let's put him on trial for criminal negligence. Yeah every single one in america that would be beautiful or the same thing goes for even like local governments right. No you're a mayor and you don't watch people. Parking in this particular area of your city will then go out there and stop them from parking there yourself. Don't hire other people to do it for you. You do it yourself. Get out there and do the dirty work yourself. Same goes for governors. Oh you want people to forcibly wear masks in your town. Great get out there and start asking these people yourself. Oh i would doors in that position. I would adored if his excellency would come to tell me to put on a mask. Yeah well he won't even come crawling out of his house and say hello to the kind in caroline protesters but i thought he had the mandate from the masses. I thought he represented these people does not want to see. The people that he represented mandate from them. Asses the masses. All these people are just power hungry. And they don't even some of them don't even realize they're in this position and they don't realize that they are a power hungry power mad person and it goes all the way down to because all of the people who like. I want you to collect taxes which is theft. It's it's mugging people to clemson for whatever it is that i want for this thing that i want done or just a hand to me like oh well you know you could go out and mug people yourself but it's just so much easier to check a box to make someone else run out in mug people on your behalf because if these people in government had to do these things themselves why this ridiculousness wouldn't exist in the first place but because they don't have to get their hands dirty they don't have to do the dirty work they don't have to get any actual blood on their hands. They don't have to have confrontation with the people with their neighbors and their neighbors families. And the like yeah no skin in the game they have no skin in the game doesn't matter to them they don't care about you and they're not gonna magically start carrying. Well we are just about out of time. Thank you for tuning in everybody. You can get our archives over at freetalklive dot com. Remember where here's seven days a week. 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"Around the around the globe this article says the world faces around four thousand variants of the virus that causes covid nineteen prompting a race to improve vaccines britain said on thursday as researchers began to explore mixing doses of the pfizer and astrazeneca shot in a world. I you know what this sounds like. This sounds like when i'm at the bar. And i'm with hanging out with my rose and we start some drinking and guys having a shot of this and another having of the other thing and i go what. Let's combine those shots. Drink it and see what happens. That's what it reminds me of. These are professional folks. You know this reminds me of so you're you're at the car lot. You know finally negotiated your price. Get down to it. And it's like oh but what about the undercutting 'cause visor astrazeneca. I mean they they were they were already going to make an unbelievable amount of money on just the one vaccine but wait. There's more vaccine that's what it is. It's like voltron eventually all the different vaccines for one. mecca vaccine. A thousands of variants have been documented as the virus mutates including the so-called british south african and brazilian variants. Brazilian is the one. That doesn't have any people care which appear to spread more swiftly than others british vaccine deployment minister nadhim sowell said it was very unlikely the current vaccines would not work against the new variants answered our question than at least according to this one guy quote. It's very unlikely that the current vaccine won't be effective on the variants weather in canton or other variants. Especially when it comes to severe illness and hospitalization. Zoe told sky news. All manufacturers pfizer n tack moderna oxford astrazeneca and others are looking at how they can improve their vaccine to make sure we are ready for any variant. There are about four thousand variants around the world of covid now. How did the number get from two to four thousand. Well and a lot of the sense to me like they're preemptively covering themselves for if this vaccine is say completely unaffected or even very counter effective. It's like oh well we just didn't do we. Just we thought it was going to cover these other. Three thousand nine hundred ninety eight versions of them but now turns out that when you have this version with this version of the virus. i just. it's terrible. It's like when you When i got my one of my jobs i had to clean floors and bathrooms and one of the things. They told us not to do with mixed like bleach. and mr clean and like windex. And you don't put different chemicals together when you don't know what's going to happen with them and yeah this is so early. There's no testing six. Oh three two three six one. Six zero more free talk live on the way. 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Truck gatherings fork fast. Judging by the name Well as well and so pork fast which is obviously a bacon related event right. yes and it's It's related event fork fast which is Openly for those bacon dishes. That require a fork tweet so anyway none of that is true and in fact you can join liberty minded voluntarist anarchists and the battalion's june twentieth through july fourth. Four four twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire fork thefts happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and forecast is decentralized which means no one is in charge that also means. There's no ticket cost. Just reserve your camping site or motel room with rogers campground for june twenty eighth through july fourth. Where better to celebrate independence day than around the freedom freedom loving activists in the shire you can relax and enjoy the camaraderie of like minded people or you can create whatever experience or event. You'd like others to have if you're planning an event for ford fast. Be sure to let others know in advance you can connect with fellow festers via the unofficial telegram chant or the forecast for him links to those around the unofficial website fork fest dot party mark your calendar june twentieth through july fourth. Twenty twenty one. We'll see you at fork fast dot party and i just want to be completely clear about fast. Yes there will be food. There will but that's not the whole point. The planet the focus not the focus of delicious food too. I had some great stuff. Oh yeah it's a great food last time and it's food that you can get an exchange for You know blood dollars or currency of multiple varieties or gold backs I love i love trading gold bags for food. It's awesome it's just wholesome. Just it makes it makes you feel really does give me the warm fuzzies. Did i exchanged a massage for silver. That was a wonderful experience for me. Nice that's awesome. Let's go to your calls and thoughts. We have robert calling from south carolina. Robert freetalklive yes hi You know i was thinking to myself. With regard to the to the virus. I understood that The death rate is not any higher than it was like a year ago. I mean we have people suing people. Dying by of the virus hunters thousand. Four hundred nine can't towers or something like that. But they say the deduction to six are all flat awards or it's almost like there's no extra people dying every year i. Nobody goes from fifty terrorist. Why that may happen to be understand it. That way as i understand it you still have more than a ninety nine percent chance of recovering from the covid nineteen virus. Should you contract it. And that hasn't changed and that is actually something we've been covering here that while they and it's because of exactly what you pointed out that they shifted the focus from covid death increases to covid case increases and part of that is that death is is a very specific thing. You have very specific numbers that are easily checked when it's death now what caused the death gets a little bit fuzzier but it who died. How many people is very very clear. But cases on the other hand all you have to do is change the threshold of testing. And you can increase or decrease cases of the virus at whim. And and that's exactly the thing where they are using this to terrify people and since the deaths haven't increased. That's not scary. i don't know what to think. see. Because i never get anything. I never take those flu fact. I'm from sixty seven years. I never take those never ever take the flu vaccines or any of that stuff. And and they always harping on me. I get a call from the hospital. I get a call from my position when insurance company and the drugstore about taking the getting the flu vaccine. They're all telling me how how dangerous can be like. But i should look. If i ever since beginning to get sick of painting if i ever get an extra sneezed i'll i'll definitely check it out but as long as there's nothing wrong with me i'm not gonna try to fix what is broken. And that's an old rule that i always follow and i don't know maybe it's because my heritage My my my my. I'm partially of of of a certain certain sense. That seemed never got sick. My by for example. My father's father's family. They all the all. The siblings died in their sleep. Number remember got anything but on the other hand. Like i told you about the figure today just mentioned i i. I really wanted to in the meantime. I haven't taken anything when the time comes up for me. Say yes or no to the vaccine. I can essentially would probably say no. But then they told me. Oh that's horrible mistake. What would you say about that. I would also refused the vaccine I'm not sold that. Even the flu vaccine is effective. I'm certainly less sold on the rapid deployment the speed rapid of these are a style. Vaccines that in record time. Multiple companies seemed to have suddenly come up with. Oh yeah. I'm call me a skeptic. It's kinda like for me. It's with technology. It's kinda the same in that respect. The newest smartphone will come out. And i won't get it right away. I'll wait until a few hundred thousand. People have the smartphone and can report feedback on an online forum. Somewhere where i can read it. And then i'll make my decision as to whether or not going to get that particular item or not You know after. I'm not going to go and get it before. Everybody's had a chance to test it and use it for their own purposes and a smartphone is something that they've they've already tested it before they release it and that has been somewhat true of vaccines in the past. But it's not true of this one. So what i'm trying to get at. I guess i'm going to be far more skeptical about a medical thing. Put in my body than i am about a piece of technology. The magic rectangle the nike around in my pocket. Yes i can understand that they say that Messing you're nuclear accident. You can't really be sure then with the very long term And with millions of people that nothing that something might go wrong. Because you're you're dealing with as even the word that the name describes messenger arm and other ones that's basically something that's changing the the basic setup in your body and then all of our bodies. You're you're changing your sending a message to do something and and and you don't know if there's any maybe a little fight affected it's gonna change it over the long haul to something that you maybe didn't exactly plan for right. I mean it could be to talk in terms of software. They could be giving you the wrong message or a message. That's not right for your particular body. Even though i might be right for other people's buddies and we thank you for the call. Tonight robert yeah. I'm i'm skeptical. And if somebody were to come in the shape but again to my head and choose. The bullet achieves the vaccine. Well i guess the captain would be gone. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. Are you going to get the more coming up. Join liberty minded volunteers. Anarchists and libertarians. From june twenty eight through july fourth for four twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire focused happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and fork fest is decentralized means. No one is in charge that also means. There's no ticket cost just reserve your camping. Rv side or motel room with rogers campground for june twenty eighth through july fourth. 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And i don't remember where from i didn't bring it for show prep because it contains some other things that i didn't think would be good for this particular show but it did say that the manufacturers or at least two of the different people from different manufacturers that would be pfizer bio and tech medina or astrazeneca among others a quick note by the way Modernise stock ticker is so make of that. What you well we. I know i read that. The people behind the scenes have literally called it a platform now a programming platform. What this means is in. This is in laypersons term. So i'm not a scientist. I'm not a biologist. I'm not a variety. Obviously but with the scenes is that they are using a method of programming. See these cells within the vaccines to tell your about. Give your body a set of instructions. Much in the same way An app that you download on your phone tells your phone certain set of instructions and what to do and this is the first now. What else are they telling your body to do other than you know. Hey battle this corona virus does anybody know well and it's not even battle this corona virus. What this does. Because i've looked into this and so Just a a a quick view. So m are in a messenger Army yeah right but nucleic acid. It's like dna only. It's much cheaper for the body to make because it's a much shorter term Use also also how viruses worked there. There are also arnie. So messenger are in a sends out a message to your body to do with thing like code for this program for this protein or look out for this pathogen or You know. Create this hormone. What have you now what. This particular so-called vaccine is it changes your cellular structure so that your ace two receptor does not accept the corona virus. That's what it's there to do. It's to send a message to your cells that they need to change their part of their component so that it no longer accepts this virus as if it were as to okay now. One of the problems that they've run into is that your body sees this as a foreign marin a which it is and if you have a healthy immune system infrequently will damage this so-called vaccine on its way in and we have no idea what that what the effects of that can be right because if your immune system is otherwise healthy. It's going to see this as a potential invader and it's going to attack damage it and then we don't know the ramifications of that are right so you have a random message for a random change going through a body. It's incredibly dangerous. Who knows if that changes the message right right or what. The message becomes distorted. Garbled as and eventually tells your body wants to. It's all interesting stuff and that's assuming everything's on the up and up right. That's assuming that they're they're not putting anything else in there that they didn't bother dimension or like. Oh it's very technical so he just include it That which who knows and and and in these articles. They're talking about like yeah. We've we've got this program that we can do for your hardware. We also have the potential of doing all of these other kinds of programs that we could do. Yeah In my book nature has been doing a fine job thus far. Yeah i i would rather not have mankind being experimental on my body particularly with things that well are new. I mean it's kind of like if you have a secure network you know like like a bank does for for ordinary currency right and then you're just going to let someone hack into it right and just you know trust that. They won't say transfer money into their account. Exactly we can talk more about that. I just wanted to get that. We were talking off air. And i wanted to make sure that the listeners you know understood our position on this but first. Let's go to your calls and thoughts We'll start with ronald. He's calling from indiana ronald. You are on free. Talk live french how you doing. I love your show. I'd like to say start appreciate that. And what's on your mind. Well i called in to complain about fox firing New doll and i hope the other. Newscasters realized that their necks. That's step goes by mikey. China on the virus. To if i'm and what. What did they fire them down for. Because he like trump huh. Well i mean well the The republican establishment is absolutely turning their back on trump and his followers and populism in general. So i guess it's not that surprising. It's kinda sad. Because lou dobbs was one of the few people who would occasionally say things that are just really true really important and kind of against the general mainstream method or a message that well i. I wonder if coming for tucker. Carlson knowledge we. We don't need any truth. What else is on your mind. What else was on your mind right. I'm talking what else was on your mind. oh I was in the hospital about six weeks ago. And they told getting a flu shot about five days. Later i'm broke out with scabbed on my body. I don't know if they lied. And it was a code shot if they would actually do that. I mean god forbid hospitals. Start lying to you you know. Did you go back. did you recover from it. But you've seen a couple of doctors. They just kind of brushed me off and act like nothing. You'd okay kick blood and stuff. So i assume i'm okay that i still got over my side and my back much as i hope you don't mutated mutate into a democrat. Oh dot org. Hey hey you got four. I got four email addresses and their kathy. Ron bless you have to my friend. And i love your show just having a little fun there. I have equal disdain for democrats as well as republicans. I think that as organizations loosely term. They're both birds two wings of the same bird. Yeah you know. I had I hadn open mind for about five seconds when the populace choice got the nominee Where did not on the democratic party. I'm like wow. They have proven themselves at least for this moment to be slightly less corrupt than their opposition. Did you know that. And they showed that up real quick you know. That biden is an acronym Biggest idiot democrats ever nominated. I saw that online i laughed. I got a chuckle. Well i mean he clearly has dementia and that is something that you are not allowed to talk about he clearly. I don't even know if how a population can allow somebody of that state of mind to take arguably the most deadly position on planet earth. Well it's beyond me. It's because they didn't like what trump said and it's really not a matter of did because what he did really wasn't any different but it was what he said and the way he talked to the way he comported himself was not what we expect of our president. It wasn't what how we want to be represented on the world stage. 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I for one was trained from a very early age that i had to do the math of eastern time if they were going to announce a tv show were always going to say such and such. Yeah yeah central. Mountains is the real killer. And that's what. I had to calculate most of the time. And if you're a mountain time in like i think it's arizona is where they don't change. Yeah and so like that which which. I am very very strongly in favor of dopp. The daylight savings thing. I call it government saving saying it wastes time energy and human life every year. Let's continue on with our calls. We have david in new mexico. David you're on free. Talk live since we're still a government of the people by the for the people. I'm gonna open another format session of government now and First of all. I wanted to say that That collar chris from albuquerque. He just got off the radio earlier today on the local station and he with the same same Presentation there is here and the european sounding gay just need to go. You need to go back to europe. America was founded on freedom. What you're suggesting is not freedom. It's not compatible. It is compatible over in germany and france. Go back there leave us alone. And and so and i and people like chris. He presents plenty of material to debate and to make points with however they're not worth even debating anymore. Just go away. We've already discussed all of that Over and over again. Moving forward In our session of government here the state of new mexico and the second of the metro court. The bernalillo county district attorney. Raul torres has prosecuted mean for five years and Recently over the last six months They had four different charges and row will your assistant. Da or whoever made the decision have surrendered to me. I have taken your conditional surrender four different times on the four different charges. You lost loser. Okay however In this form of session of government raul torres. I would like to invite you. Ask you request of you. Challenge you and dare you since you have a few more weeks of time for with which you can still prosecute me you can. You can a motion to reopen the cases and withdraw your motion for dismissal And fight again and since you have a few more weeks to do that i will challenge you to do that royal because it was fun fighting you for these five years and the tens of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money state of new mexico task taxpayer money that you wasted royal and since you're going to probably try to run for governor at some point in the future the tax payers would like you to Can finish what you started with their tens of thousands of dollars trying to put me in prison So please rival taking up on that offer. You know david if you and row were both heavy libertarians. Or even anarchists. We could host a duel between the two of you at this year's fork fest a match if a boxing battle. I'd love to see. Well now i guess the ball is in roles court as it normally is. Yes just colleen and please accept this challenge. Yeah we well guaranteed row will will hear about it. That's the way it works in new mexico row. I have called him out then. I'm challenging his man card all right any further thoughts david. No but that's really cool idea i would. I would actually make the trip to new hampshire to do a lawful sanctioned And they may or boxing or whatever rao will chooses word all right we'll Write that down on the calendar in parentheses as a tentative thing we'll pencil it in and let you know if robocalls thanks for the call tonight david. He may be the first judge to lose a boxing match in absentia. I load up on. I for fork fast you know. I think that would be a fantastic idea. David from new mexico and rahul status guy getting into the ring. Settle the differences. That'd be great. You know that is certainly a voluntary form of dispute resolution. Yeah if they agree to whoever wins the match. You win x-ray there's all written out to contract. It's a very honest way to do it. Because as a judge you obviously believe that violence is the way to solve these problems and threats of violence. You know you know step up. Yeah you know if you wanna do violence to two people in order to get your way. Well do it yourself. I and that's the problem that i have with well. All politicians really is because throws getting somebody else to do the dirty work for Whether it's sending poor people to go bomb brown children and faraway countries or you know hiring regular people to lay a flat thing. That vehicles could roll upon right. But i they take a giant cut for themselves after forcibly extracting the money from people. They take a big cut for themselves. And then they hire regular people to build these structures For them they. They don't actually do anything. And somehow they reaped the rewards from doing anything and i. I'm not down with that at all. Yeah and since you mentioned build the roads i'm gonna. I'm gonna put this out here again. And i won't be the last time but you know everyone out there like you've seen polls okay. Which has more potholes the parking lot or the road. There gotta tell you in my experience it is always. The road has more potholes than the parking lot at least driving around town here. And keene new hampshire. Certainly the road. I can tell you verifiably in the seattle washington area it's definitely the quote government roads unquote that have the most damage and are the most frail and are the most in need of repair versus the parking lots or the private roads. do exist. How many years have we been talking about are crumbling infrastructure. Oh yeah okay. No one's going to do anything about it. No one has done anything about it. So yeah this is why because there's no benefit to doing it. Some years ago there was I think it was the thirty five w. in minneapolis. Or saint paul. It was a bridge that went over like the mississippi that maybe seven eight years ago a decade ago. The bridge just collapsed while people were driving across it and of course it can. It came out that well. You know the bridges in need of repair and has been for quite some time blah blah blah blah blah and. It's because nobody's doing anything about it. Yeah how about we have about. We put the people who decided not to fix this bridge since they were the only ones legally allowed to fix this bridge. Haven't we put them on trial. Say okay you saw this problem and you cry in. Let's put him on trial for criminal negligence. Every single one in america. That would be beautiful. The same thing goes for even like local governments right. No you're mayor and you don't watch people. Parking in this particular area of your city will then go out there and stop them from parking there. Yourself don't hire other people to do it for you. You do it yourself. Get out there and do the dirty work yourself. Same goes for governors. Oh you want people to forcibly wear masks in your town. Great get out there and start masking these people yourself south in that position i would adored if his excellency would come to tell me to put on a mask. Well he won't even come crawling out of his house and say hello to the kind in caroline protesters but i thought he had the mandate from the masses he represented. These people doesn't want to see the people that he represented mandate from them ashes. Not the masses. All these people are just power hungry and like they don't even some of them don't even realize they're in this position and they don't realize that they are power hungry power mad person and it goes all the way down to because all of the people who like. Oh i want you to collect taxes. Which is theft. It's it's mugging people to florida for whatever it is that i want for this thing that i want done or just hand to me like oh well you know you could go out and mug yourself but it's just much easier to check a box to make someone else. Run out in mug people on your behalf because if these people in government had to do these things themselves why all of this ridiculousness wouldn't exist in the first place but because they don't have to get their hands dirty they don't have to do the dirty work they don't have to get any actual blood on their hands. They don't have to have confrontation with the people with their neighbors and their neighbors families. And the like. Yeah no skin in the game. That's right. they have no skim the game. Does it matter to them. They don't care about you and they're not gonna magically start carrying. Well we are just about out of time. Thank you for tuning in everybody. 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Newsfeed dot com. What is it about the wilderness that can inspire creativity coming up. Dan richards tells us how he followed the adventures of artists and explorers to historic outpost. That you can camp at around the world but they still retain the foundations and the story and the man and the ghosts of all of these different incarnations and all of the travelers. you've passed through the mount. Everest climbers often trained the highest mountain in wales. We'll hear how today snowdonia national park offers. Scenic excursions for hikers and daytrippers daytrippers the lakes heavily glaciated landscape deep steep narrow valleys streams rundown and will look at the landscape of slovenia as an ideal nature lovers destination. Even if you just like to take it easy and it's an area that has rolling hills looks like to skinny beautiful nature. Amazing food amazing wine. Let's get away for the our head on travel with rick steves. Hey i'm rick steves and i love art and in my new book. 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These welsh highlands offer outdoor adventures and gorgeous backdrop and draw countless tourists each year. Well skied martin. The land of its is here to help us make the most of our time in snowdonia martin. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me eric. So i've been to your home. Snowden is right in the backyard you grew up there in northern wales snowden in snowdonia national park mean to you. It's a place. I tend to walk quite a lot. It's just a huge and beautiful area. When i say huge. It's massive eight hundred and twenty seven square miles but you don't see that many people in it feels massive because it's it's windy it stark. It's pristine yeah small roads gas not a lotta crowds. How tall is mountain road. It's the massive height of three thousand six hundred fifty feet above sea level at its peak but because it rises more or less onto the sea. Yeah it has the aspect of about it. It's so interesting because here on the west coast of the united states. Three thousand five hundred feet. It's like this is sort of a medium mountain pass for britain. That's a big peak. That's i mean ben. Nevis is the highest one in britain. A few mountains over four thousand within the snowdonia national park. You have all of wales peaks over three thousand feet high and as well. I think there's only one pecan england's over three thousand and this is the north of wales in. I've traveled on welfare bid. And just if you got limited time i would recommend the north. The peaks only Four thousand feet but didn't The british climbers of mount everest actually practice in the snowden area. They practiced in that. Nobody had ever used oxygen on a mountain before and so they had a stroll round. They had two systems an open and closed. And they thought oh. The closed system is much better but what they didn't realize they got onto everest the vowels and closed system froze so they luckily they had a couple of open systems with them but they had some rugged enough areas in north wales where they thought they could have some practice there. And you do get to some mountain not resort there. Learn sort of hiking centers or something. There's some beautiful towns There's a tunnel beth. Goulart guys who described beth killer. Well it's a mountainous area and therefore towns villages they nestle in the valleys. they don't sit on tops of hills and of which means galax grave is useful in a little bowl with rivers running through it stone building. Oh yes everything is built of stone. Everything is built a stone bridges over the babbling brown bridges and of course slate roofs because wales used to be the slate production center of the world. One time that's right. So when we think about going to north wales as a visitor and we want to do some hikes. What advice would you give for. Enjoying the nature of snowden national park and Bring up some calories at the same time you can hike at all levels. Mt snowden itself with as it is in. Welsh is an attraction. And there's railway that runs up if you don't want to walk for three hours just take the train and this is kind of a cute little tourist steam train and it goes from somebody up to the top and that's a family day out. It is as it gets crowded. Some of what i was going to say is that snowden is like a magnet people have heard people know that so that eight hundred and twenty seven square miles or get away from snowden. You'll see fewer and fewer people which is a lovely thing. It is a very rare it is and if you wanted to have some rugged memory you could hike it without the steam train. Take what five hours. There's no three hundred well. Five hours up and down if you if you know it's it's a nice day it's a lovely day. Beware say this flatter. Beware of times of year like easter. When it's considerably called the top dress well okay. Archaeologist martin lending our guide right now on travel with rick steves to mount snowden and snowdonia national park. It's near where. He makes his home in northern wales. When we're enjoying the great nature anywhere in britain if you want to experience the industrial age slate industry the heritage in wales. What are your suggestions. I would suggest insulin south. Now we send in the mountain. Railway goes up there ambassadors. You have part of the national museum of wales. The slate museum of north. There is no charge to go in and to me it's fascinating i go there myself. I dropped in. It's very well done. It is walden. But it's it's a museum in its duplicates replicate some sort of slices of life from those days but you can actually go into a mine and you can take the lifts down and you can have variance. What would you recommend if you actually put on a hard hat in in in i would go to of his tenure leno vis in eighteen years worth this fest any starts to fs yes. Fa have and then select styles through two and when you have l. is pronounced l. but to el-zor pronounced esh okay so that be f- that the initials of the town's name when you see that you know. That's the quintessential slate mining town. What just outside of town. There's the liquid mine a from say embarrass the with is about. I'd say comfortable drive on the wrong side of the road. That is it's a bob and now drive me before the five minutes when you going to remind what does that entail you go in your told history of the mind you see how it worked and then people demonstrate slate split into you have to understand that everybody in the region was employed in the slate industry virtually and they can split that slate. It's just like incredible. They'll make shingles on own beam. You can get it down to a sixteenth of an inch and even less sixteenth j. as a traveler real fun part of his in northern wales assistant to hear the choir is an action and I understand a lot of towns. They have a practice the same day every week in tourist directly. Welcome usually choose. Wednesday midweek and You go along. It makes little contribution. Why wouldn't you sure it's like the practice for everything own small. Interestingly the event it's so convivial rich and culture and then afterwards they're done singing what do they do. They all go over to the bar and they sing some more. They sing better with lubricated voices. It's a beautiful thing and as a traveler. You become a temporary welsh person. And he joined by him a few beers part of the family travel. With rick steves. We're talking with martin. Lend of its from northern wales. We're talking about snowden in the area around northern wales where you've got the slate culture you got the tallest mountain in wales and he got plenty of opportunities to enjoy it as a traveler. Our email is radio. At rick steves dot com and bj in mackinaw illinois has emailed us and martin bj rights with limited time for our first trip to the uk. Our family of four which includes two. Teenagers can't hit every park to the extent that we'd like should we see snowdonia. Instead of dartmoor yorkshire dales or the lake district. And should we climb snowdon or ben nevis. Well snowden the tallest mountain in wales. Ben nevis the tallest mountain in in scotland. First of all dartmoor and yorkshire dales are kind of dot is let's say is not as elevated and the orchard. Sales are beautiful rolling. It's rolling nello. Elaine's it's sort of remote unused flat. I rolling hills is its farmland mostly but it says is just want more neutral if more hardcore nature. I think i would recommend lake district or snowdonia. Okay it's me. I'd recommend snowdonia of the late. Justice lake district is more rounded. Snowdonia is no jagged. I love scotland ben. Nevis is four thousand four hundred thousand six feet so that's another thousand feet or whatever dot com and because it's so much further north it can get much colder. You have to be aware of after remember the latitude factors in there But bj's talking about the lake district. That's the cumbrian lake district. That's you've got to to the south. In the north the south to me is more christie. I love settling down in the north. Because they can just plenty hikes there but a great thing about wales is all the castles. You can't go to north wales without being just wonder struck by the castle's tell us just briefly as we visit snowden and we drive there and we explore around. We're gonna see castles. Who built them in. Why well they're two sets. If you like of castles in north one set was built by the princes of gwynedd dear understand the area in which not only finds itself now. If you're trying to attack them you have to. Because it's a mountainous landscape you have to come along mountain valleys and so defend their homeland. They built their castles in the valleys. However there was conquered by ed to the first in the twelve eighteen long shanks of braveheart fame so beautifully played by patrick mcgowan. But he wasn't interested in the valleys he wanted to be able to get to. His castles built his castles. Which are the most expensive set of wonderful castles you've ever seen. But his cancels on the edge of the caesar he could access bring building. Materials is see so the kessels that i'm thinking of in wales for these big dramatic state of the art in the thirteenth century castles. They would be english. Castles built to keep the indigenous welsh. People down yeah and they would be accessible by cc. Because you don't need to control the countryside just didn't have. These toll holds access by sea. And then you can administer your empire and you've been there you know there's a very narrow coastal strip with mountains on the inside so right if you're going to move in gwynedd in north wales you can move either along the coastal strip all through the valleys well if we build castles at the mouths of rivers on the seashore. You've got landscape tied you bottle up the country king edward. He had his castles there. And what are the top three or four castles that have in common. We damaris say those hard liquor is one. How beautiful gorgeous castles. This has traveled exterior. We've been joined by martin. Land of it's the guy from northern wales. We've been talking about the snowden national park in the cultural and historic wonders nearby martin. Thanks so much for joining us. And i'd like to just close with a moment with your unit. Just spent three just exhilarating hours. We didn't take the steam train week. Climbed that is a beautiful day. We got to the top of mount snowden you as a welshman tell me what do you see and what do you think accept. The view from the top is stunning. You see ireland from the top. Stout you can see the island man from atop soden to see is there. The lakes heavily glaciated landscape deep steep narrow valleys digital streams. That run down them and a very green countryside is not by accident that tom jones sang the green green grass of home. It does rain a bit. But you know it's worth putting on a coke to go out into the bbc's of snowdonia in at that moment you're in the top wales literally martin. Thanks so much. Yes thank you for having merrick in just a bit. We'll explore the outdoorsy appeal of the laid back former yugoslav nation of slovenia where. They'll be celebrating thirty years of independence later this year but i british travel writer. Dan richards looks at the small posts. You can find scattered around some of the wildest paces on earth. It's travel with. Rick steves as a kid. Dan richards climbed trees and built forks in the countryside of western england. Simpson his enthusiasm for adventure as him to untamed landscapes around the world. Some even come with a place to stay and breathtaking view for his book outpost. A journey to the wild ends of the earth. Dan explored the huts cabins and refuges that have sheltered wilderness adventures for decades. He joins us now and travel with. Rick steves to take us to these secret worlds that you won't find on airbnb. Dan welcome. Hello thank you for having me. You mentioned in your book that it all started with a polar bear pelvis. That sat on your father's desk. Can you explain that. Just before i was born. My dad came back from an expedition That he had done to small bot in the high octane when he was younger he was a mountaineer and also a bit of an explorer and he went to this. You know the most northerly human permanent settlement on earth which is called neo as part of a sort of geology expedition. And when he came home he unpacked his bag. And he had this amazing almost alien artifact which was this whole obama pelvis a very old when he found it. So you know he never met the bear involved but he found this kind of bony frame and brought it home and as you say. Kind of existed has incredible object in his study. So there's the polar bear pelvis and then a photograph of your dead in small bird. Yes and he'd stayed with his team In a number of shots up that just very Rudimentary very fragile. Little buildings where they had stayed for nato to so when your school friends are going to me llorca for their summer. Break you decide to go to fall board and find that shed and tell us about how you got into going to these remote outposts because you've gone to these places all over the world will in light of my dad's trip. I began to think about these outposts as witness in a way to amazing adventures and travels that people had had over centuries really and often the people at gone and the only thing that remains. Is there jumping off. Point and that could be a base like scott space in antarctica or could be beacon like a lighthouse or fire watching cabin and the paps. These places are now out of use but they still exist as these kind of amazing survivors and memorials to things. That went on. And i began thinking about that and also the way that often creative people will try and make a shed or a spot in space either in the house or in the garden in a way to try and sort of interact with the muses or just create enough kind of clear space to think and create so. I began to combine those. That is so important. I just love going to the the remote fjords the west coast of norway and finding the little tiny cabin where edvard grieg. The great norwegian composer would work. And you can see the simple piano he composed on and you can look out the window and see the solitude in the pristine network and the vastness of it all that inspired him and you can imagine that solitude was his muse absolutely. I think a lot of the places that i've is it with light that they had just enough architecture to make some difference so you weren't completely outside and thorough. Has that line where his walden pond hot. He was caged amongst birds so the birds were free and there. He was with at his desk just in the nature. So i suppose venturing to these places you would prepare yourself to know. What was the purpose of this hutton. And what is the humanity of it. What was the struggle. What was the heroics of this hut and then when you go there. It becomes a little more rewarding a little more meaningful. Yes absolutely and some of them had amazing. Double triple quadruple lives. So there were sale house that i visited in iceland. And these are buildings that are incredibly rudimentary stop and they were built by the early knauss to make crossing the very barren interior of iceland possible. So they were joined the dots kind of stations along the way and they started out being almost little igloos. If you can imagine an igloo that was made of turf and rox And then over the years. They've been rebuilt so many times that now they like what you might recognize as a sort of prairie farmstead In a way but they still retain the foundations and the story and the myth and the ghosts of all of these different inclinations and all of the travelers pass through them. I found really fascinating. And you can hike to one of those. What was it like lobster house of joy in the middle of iceland. It was amazing. Because i think i describe in the book is driving over this featureless because we were renovating it. We actually drove out. But you can imagine the norse walking over this featureless terrain immense seeing this little hook as it would have been in their day appearing and the house of joy. You know you can imagine the joy that you know you're sleeping. You have a roof tonight. You know you're going to be warm because if you miss that if you get lost if you can't find it then you're out on a permafrost did completely baron sort of tundra so the need to get in and get warm with immense and very kind of you know essentially elemental and when i approached. Havana's which was the sal house. I visited i describe it as little. A little house sat up and hugging. Its knees and when you're out in this kind of an environment and you got your note pet there as a writer. All sorts of beautiful thoughts i would think just flutter by you wanna grab them and write them down absolutely. Although often i end up thinking about this. In retrospect how try and take a few pictures but often when you're in these bases it's so important just to live in the moment and even writing something down you don't wanna take your eyes off was around you. Directly in front of the sale house was the second largest glossier in iceland and just to look at it was just so it had such charisma. This thing you know it exuded. This cold cold charisma. It was really hypnotic. You would look into these deep. Deep blue's all the blues you can imagine of this you know elemental incredibly old incredibly important blasio and then to actually take your eyes off it and write something down would almost feel like a dereliction of duty you know well to sort of soak it all up. Take it all in. This is the quintessence of travel. What you're talking about this is travel. With rick steves. If you ever wanted to really get away and i mean really away the neil enjoy the stories of travel writer. Dan richards his book is outpost attorney to the wild ends of the earth and in this book. He takes us on adventures to ten remote cabins and refugees and some of the most hostile terrain on the planet. Dan is a royal literary fund fellow at bristol university in england. We have links to dense work with this week. Show rick steves dot com slash radio. So then you talk about these little hudson. These sheds and whatever we call them and they do have interesting names in scotland. What is it a booth or a offy. yes tell us about arriving at a the in scotland. Well i think the word coffee comes from There are several of derivation. But if you can imagine a booth it's a single room dwelling and again your arriving after heart. They slog it scotland. So you know it rains and then it really rains. And if the sun is shining it's probably still raining you and you'll be hiking over. Maybe some moorland. Or maybe you've come off the kango and mountains and just immersed in this amazing plateau of fans and gorse and heather and moorland menu. See on the horizon again. A little buffy this little former crofters hut perhaps a little house little dwelling and you get in and one of the most amazing things about scottish bodies and bodies exist all over the uk. There are some in wales. There are some in the lake district you get into this very simple dwelling and there were the marks of the people who have been here before you and it really put me in mind. There's a wonderful poem by philip. Larkin and the poem is called. Home is so sad and the lines go it stays as it was left. Formed to the comfort of a last to go as if to win them back. I've got a cabin. I rarely visit up in the mountains of seattle. And it's like that. I never know who is there last. And sometimes it's been months but you still feel the spirit of the people who were there last and how they left it and what they must have done in the fund they must have had and then you get you get to take that story and carry it forward. That's it and the carrying forward. I think is such an amazing thing. A lot of the places. I visited in the book the bodies and the sale house generous architecture and as much as they allow on would movement they allow further adventures. Into as you said earlier apparently completely inhospitable terrain but within them hidden at these jewel like dwellings at an allow you to spend a night in relative comfort The scottish have a word rough stuffing they call it. So you know you don't find author you don't find a sale house you end up sleeping in a relatively dry ditch with your pack a pillow in qatar as deve deve or you know and that's rough stuffing and the alternative to that is amazing bossy. Don't give me any day over rough. Absolutely yeah so you can have a fire in. That's right. It is kinda cool to think. They're not the end of the road. They are a depot on the way to somewhere in most cases absolutely. Yeah they're kind of silo. I think you know 'cause some people leave. You might get candles. You mike matches. You might get some food. That's been left this kind of in a ten you might. You might even get biscuits. I mean that's real luxury out there. Dan richards documents is adventures in outpost. A journey to the wild ends of the earth. The also wrote holloway with robert mcfarland which we spoke about on a recent addition of travel. With rick steves then posts to twitter at dan. Underscore zip dan. You were talking about shepherds in switzerland. Can you describe that to us. That was a writing up that i went to switzerland. There was a shepherd's hut. That's in this chapter. Which is roger deakins. Kind of shepherd's hut. He was an amazing nature writer from britain. So i'm visiting his farmstead in suffolk in this chapter and really juxtaposed this very very simple almost little caravan that he had on wheels that he would move about his estate and he would write and they'll be a little potbellied stove in there and a wonderful quite uncomfortable horsehair mattress bed. And you had your own little world in there and i oppose this with A really space age. Treehouse is in switzerland. Which is part of your mcculskey foundations writing. I suppose you it. Looks like a fortress. But i think really. It's kind of Residency program so writers can go and they're given everything that they would need to write and one of those things is a solitude but also they're given solitude safe from the ground as in this suspended in this amazing bruce list plywood tree house with old. Maude comes under floor. Heating and things like that is the sort of thing. Silicon valley tech entrepreneur might build in upstate. New york you know. But you're in the sierra mountains of switzerland and it's for writers and it was a really interesting juxtaposition because for one you've got roger deakins very very spot in space and in the other you've got this super high tech almost sifi swiss little cube. That's very blade runner amid at the other extreme you have again this just enough architecture to make you aware that you're not completely outside so i was juxtaposing nose and seeing which might be better for the creative process and everything wasn't dan. I'm fascinated in that. Because i can see the rustic shepherd's hut and then i could see you in this super high tech pod. Did you try writing and thinking and organizing your thoughts in the high tech pod. I did but it strange. You know the parts of that adventure. I spent six weeks in. That part is exactly the right word you use. It was a pod and the nights. I loved best with a stormy nights where you'd get the snowstorm. And you get the gaels coming in and you would see these triple ply windows. but they would warp. You know you'd see them. Woman's breathing with the storm such was the elemental force outside. And you would feel the hull. Pod begin to move on its horses and it felt for a moment like you're in a ship in the middle of a stormy sea and those are the elements. I liked best when nature almost tried to get back on an even keel. Because you can be in this kind of almost a medically sealed box away from everything way. You can't hear the birds. Wherever is automated. You know everything is digital but nature will always find a way and the parts. I love most with the stormy elements and also. There was an amazing weekend where the pod developed several leaks and so you could hear dripping of water and you know the electrcity and there's something in me that likes the chaos of that. i really enjoyed. So your book takes us all over the world Tell us a little bit about being at that lighthouse. That french late house with centuries old stone slowly. Losing its battle with the see mrs cole. Don lighthouse which is just off the coast of north atlantic. It's quite an near bordeaux. A lighthouse has been on this particular psalm. Bank at the mouth of the jere own estimates about the main river going into out a centuries and centuries and the lighthouse. That's currently there the foundations of it. The i say ten twenty meters of it. Go back to sixteen hundreds that palladian. They're made in the most amazing stone. That often needs to be replaced. You have the most amazing carvings on it. And it's very very palladian beautiful. And then above that you have what people would generally recognizes the lighthouse. You know you have this long tapering tower and at the top. You have a lantern room. And that's where fresno developed and tested his amazing concentric rings of lenses but to enter. That building is incredible. You go in and it feels like you're in a cathedral church and the first floor is actually an apartment for the king of france. You have the most amazing classical architecture going on the bed. Isn't there anymore but you. How will these busts of great statesman you can tell you an building because france has not really had a king for a while now and then you go above and the next floor up. You have this amazing chapel to the virgin. Mary with this coffered ceiling is like the pantheon in rome. And then you go further up and all the time you gave up his little spiral staircases in stone. And it feels like you're going up a belfry. You could be inside a calm shallow. Something really organic. And then you get up and there. There's another area. It's amazing all the same time. You can be whipped by the fury of the. See all around you and you're all alone. Yes and it's incredible. I was with on that particular occasion. A wonderful guide. Jean marie and when we actually were at the talk in the lantern room and we were looking at the works. He was saying that he has previously been up there in a two hundred mile an hour gale and he couldn't feel the tower moving though he knew that it was because it was all relative out there there was some going on but the actual movement of the light the way that they keep that lubricated as they have it in a small pool of off of a monkey liquid mercury and he was suddenly aware that was splashes of mercury on the floor around his feet and suddenly he was aware that in this massive mellstrom the whole stone tower was moving like an oak tree. The stories that he tells it was incredible to be in his presence and a lot of time in the book. I met unexpectedly the most amazing people. I would go and i would try and be alone. But often they're the most amazing characters who pop up and act as my guides in this book and i was incredibly lucky and also incredibly grateful to those people who kind of populate these unpopulated areas. This is traveled speech. We've been talking with dan richards. Dan's book is outpost at journey to the wild ends of the earth. So dan all of this makes me. I find it like an amazing vicarious. Adventure was part of your Reason for writing this just to give people something fascinating to read about from their coach. Did you want to inspire people not to visit these places but just to realize that. That's an option. What what was your reason for. Writing the book i had several reasons one was to show people that exist. Another was to really open their eyes. To the fact that a lot of the ends of the world this idea of these wild places. They're very vulnerable. They're quite fragile and to suggest that maybe should you wish to visit. There are certain ways that you can do so without causing harm. The idea of leaving no trace was very important to me and in the final chapter. When i got to foul bod. It's a revelation to me. Traveling with dogs on a dog. Sled how much better that is. Both as an adventurer as a traveler both sonically. You don't have the noise of the snowmobile. You have the wonderful patting of the dokes. The speed is so much more animal it so much more human in a way and also it gave me the opportunity to actually take in and really enjoy and become steeped in soak up the landscape. I've gone to see. I think so much travel. These days is false. Travel you go to a place and you try and use it for all of these experiences at as much as anything. I think outpost about this idea of traveling slowly and then spending time in the place she wished to visit not trying to wring it out as if it were a dish cloth but to try and just you know be in that space and to really appreciate the world. We have dan richards. The book is outpost a journey to the wild ends of the earth. Sounds like this experience for you has been good for your soul and we could all use a little bit of that. Thanks dan thank you so much. We have links to dan richards. Writing at rick steves dot com slash radio whether you like to explore mountains and caves or you prefer stroll along lake. I'll bet you'll enjoy the outdoors in slovenia find out. Why next on travel with rick. Steves if you remember yugoslavia. Today's small country of slovenia was the industrious northern part of that nation. It's about as big as new jersey. But not as crowded and rubs up against the alps where slavic world meets the latin and germanic sides era slovenia offers visitors and eco friendly. By where even the poco get some a modern twist. The lakes and mountains instant smaller cities in slovenia have been a hit with travelers. Who wants something up to major tourist routes and even has a small revere style coastline on the adriatic helping bike routes in the julian alps and one of the most impressive cave systems on the plant here to tell us about natural slovenia. Are the husband and wife tour guide team. Sasha gulu n tina heat. They're based in lake bled area near the border with austrian tina. Welcome thank you for having so a lot of people go to your corner of europe for the history and the art and the culture but there's so much in slovenia that is natural. The natural wonders talk a little bit about. What are the attractions for visitors to your country. Tina well i would definitely say. It's one of the greenest countries of europe. We have over fifty eight percent of the country still it. And it's one of the most environmentally friendly countries. It has the alps. It has the bit of the at radic. It has the very rich underground world with over ten thousand gifts and there's bees everywhere bees everywhere. Yes the bees are probably enjoying the nature and beekeeping is actually a big thing there's ninety thousand beekeepers in the country of two million people ninety thousand beekeepers. Yes and there's some culture there too because you've historic beehives. I've got one hanging on. My wall is historic padding which is like a folk legend on the front wall of the behind so sochaux as it traveler enjoying some little village or some. Hey can you come upon a beekeepers. What what could you experience as a traveler and would be you. Could i talk about the ethnography history when you look at the painted panels. They tell other stories some of them listrik some of them just a little bit of our sense of humor. Let's call it the first levin humor. What is what. What's a funny panel. That is a little bit traumatic but its present is before me to this is this is way before to me before it is There's a kuzma carrying his old wife in evolving on his back and his carrying her to a mill and she would dropped into the mirror and a new young. Fresh wife comes out the other end. Okay they don't exist anymore but that would be before me too okay. But there's all sorts and honey is something that hundreds important medicinal it's vitamin d And it was important before there was sugar absolutely. I mean it was before sugar came to our neck of the woods. Honey was so. You're very likely to stumble onto beehive culture. You're also very likely to come upon some beautiful lakes. Sasha what's what's We have a couple of famous lakes. I would say the two most famous ones are lake barking and like blit those are also the ones that are most visited. Uc one photograph of slovenia. It's probably going to be lake bled with the island and the church on the all of this. Yeah that would be sort of an iconic view of of living absolutely so visited the capital liberally honor in go to lake bled and they'll get on one of the traditional boats described those boats. You would think so going to the only slovenian island which sits on a lake. You will take What we call a pleasure boat. One of the future missions back home that are still being transported from father to son and his way back into time of maria. Teresa so many licensed plattner if i'm not mistaking there's twenty two of them at the moment and it's a what we call a house right so is given to a house address You simply cannot have a boat on the lake. Not you're not able to have a platinum both on the lake. If you don't belong to that household. And i had to negotiate with those guys with by tv crew when we were there because they know the tv crew wants to get the platinum going out to the island where the church. I wonder how the negotiation was. Well they seem to be quite tough. They're tough they're tough. They know how to negotiate but she got to do it and they know that and ended tina. When you get to the island and there's a famous tradition for people who are married newly married well just before they get married the groom the future. Groom needs to carry the bright up ninety nine stairs. They believe if they are successful with carrying the wife up. The marriage will be done. Well if not. It's better to run away when you still have time when you still have time. Yeah and when you get to that church on top hill on the island and of course you have to give beautiful new ring. The bell of wishes as well which brings luck in love and it brings also children. So there's a rope hanging through this. Yes and for children getting married. You can walk around the lake. That's a nice. Hey yeah it's a nice hike. Local sweep still do it almost three or four times a week and eighteen kilometers now. It's only about only takes about an hour for local senate takes about two to tourists because they take pictures we don't anymore that's right and you find a little resort kind of a resort on the lake. My memory of the resort. Is everybody sitting there during the view. Eating your famous cream cake. The claims data. Of course you have to the cream cake. That's nice cream cake. That goes back to like grandma's when actually goes back to tito's a pseudo and he was the one who introduced it because he wanted to serve it to the people who came on a official visit. He didn't want to repeat. After the brits tito was the Like famously the the most yugoslavian person the one person that could rive above all the little differences in this country of eight or ten ethnic regions together and He The communist rule that brought yugoslavia together. He has a a former mansion on the lake. So he must've enjoyed lake bled. He really enjoyed it because he was an avid hunter. So there's a lot forest all around and he always came just because he enjoyed also being in the company of many slovenians. He liked to brag a little bit. About how well. He's doing with the beauty of flake. Blade it was just a commonplace to bring his visitors over there and like slovenian. He really liked slovenian. Because i would say of all the former republics that were belonging to yugoslavia. We were the ones who were very much in character. Like dramatic very hard working very punctual and he liked that so that was a sad. Because you were more dramatic. Yeah we're really and we many people who come to slovenia say. Oh my god. This is like germany austria or switzerland australia banking slavic language. And no mozart. Yeah that's right. I think we're a bit more children. The austrians but okay get. We didn't talk about that. There's a little bit of rivalry over there okay. Salzburg in libya are just like sister cities. Quite easy to visit from each other. This is travel. With rick steves. We're talking about nature in slovenia and we're joined by tour guides. Tina and social groups are four numbers. Eight seven seven. Three three three seven four to five and martinez calling in from atlanta martinez. High wreck i'm so glad to speak with you. I spoke with tina actually before my trip to slovenia. I guess about a year ago and we talked about driving into the julian alps. I love the mountains. It didn't go as planned but Something else really. Fun happened I heard you speak about Like bullying and of course we saw like blood but we sort stumbled upon like bohemian. And i loved it because it didn't feel touristy as like glad like blood was great. We did the boats. We hung out at a Dock and swam but it was really really crowded Like bohemian was not. It was just felt unspoiled. We were on a beach Rocky beach and Maybe there were Five or six groups picnicking but it was really felt like it was ours to explore and we also stumbled upon a cable car. I always liked getting up high. This cable car vogel cable car. It was called took us way up to the top mountain and again just gorgeous views. We hung around up at the top and then just hiked down. And i mean i was really unexpected and so beautiful. You know martina just so our listeners. Know for sure we're talking about lake bohemian. And that's b. o. h. i. n. j. is that right tina boeing and there's two famous lakes lake bled be led The past tense bleed and that would be where the tourists are and then bohen. It feels to me like a national park where there's very little commerce. It's hikers and people in enjoying the the natural setting it sounds like martinez just hanging out at the lake. I really really did. it was just pristine and as you say not as a tourist at like blad. Although lake bled marks. I mean you gotta gotta see that. I think you're right link between kind of caps it off. Thanks for your call. Martina we're looking at metro attractions of slovenian right now. On travel with. Rick steves or kina and sochaux. They're based in lake region of the country. Foothills of the. That's where there's thousand old kessel hanging off a cliff in a baroque church on a little island. That's a favorite for taking wedding photographs. Sochaux and tina's website is p g dash slovenia dot com where. Pg stands for private guide. You know when we think about nature. I just always think of of people in slavic europe enjoying hiking in picking wildflowers and harvesting mushrooms and You know mountain herbs. What what might you find in slovenia that way. Yeah if you're going to slovene it depends a little bit on what season. What month of the year. You're coming so early spring. Start picking up the flowers. This is what locals do all the time and we dry them and we use them for teas and usually that procedure goes from about early april till the end of july. That's the mountain flowers then. Usually all of september. It's the mushroom picking season and this is something that it's just insane if you don't know about it because there's family members that are actually competing among each other. How many mushrooms they took from the forests. We don't have real limits yet but it's an incredible experience. You know when you go and walk through the forest and then this is the family excursions. Yeah we go with with all of us my mom my dad the boys us stew and we all just spread around the forest and then we kind of compete. Who picks up the mossad. And there's like we did blackberry my family but we never did much. There's no better thing than you see that had of pechiney stick out of the leafs. It's just such a nice feeling. When you see it you would just scream out your lungs and say i got it. I got it described that more art. Are you in a forced what we're we're in the forest so you know pechiney sir brownish. So they're like the leafs and it's very hard to see them. They are very camouflage second game for a treasure hunt almost and they grow the by the roots but still do little had his sticking out so if you have good ice you see it. Usually you bring in a little stick because it's easier to kind of cover the leaves around and it's also very important to know what is good in. What is a bad mushroom. Because if you don't know what you're picking you can literally kill somebody because you can poison them so you have to be careful with your children. Yeah they they always ask is the right one. They they went they got. They founded their kids. They always ask just in case. Just what are your memories of mushrooms and earn amount flowers. I have very limited memory about finding mushrooms because they'd only find any. My boys are way more successful with herbs Teens the expert. So i just pick whatever she tells me to pick. It's it's a science on. its own as well. You know we have to know what to pick and went to pick it. It's being out being to the family. Yeah yeah and then you bring a little something home which was then amodio for a nice walk in the forest in the winter and we have to be out now. If you're in the julian alps martino who called earlier was talking about the julian alps. You can stumble on a lot of world war one history up. There is the chip. The social front was in the julian. What was the search francis. Such a friend is a conflict. Between italy and the vampire the goal of italy's to concord's living in concord arena but because of their men they got stuck high up in souvenir knobs so. It's still considered as one of the biggest modern battles in human history We have atmos. Hemingway writing a farewell to arms about the arms by hemingway was set on the sorts of yes emblems drive. It was an ambulance driver for the italian military. Okay was wounded now but the it is set in our area. Some of the village in world war one. We're talking nineteen sixteen or something you've got people up on top of the mountain living in the in the rocks way there. It's like you had the western front where they dug trenches here. You've got desperate people parked out on rocks on top of mounds in desperate cooler. The highest the highest peak that they were fighting on his two thousand two hundred forty four meters above sea level. That would be two thousand two hundred. What seven thousand over. Seven thousand plenty high nine meters of snow in the winter. Nineteen sixteen is still considered as the worst winter regarding the amount of snow. We got in recorded history so it was and finally when you're in slovenia. There is a lot of mountains but there's also a lot of caves. What what might you see in caves. Tina when you're in slovenia. Yeah we say that. In our car street in cars k. a. r. s. k. a. r. s. t. yes is so rich with underground world that you see more under the ground and the ground. There's over ten thousand caves. You can see stalagmites stalactites. Stalagmites are those that go from the ground and stalactites from the from the ceiling right when they joined together. It's a column and they are just wonderful they're beautiful. These are massive caves. Massive bay caves in slovenia that are like. Yeah there's big as a stadium. Yeah he's got these rivers way down below little walkways way above the distance. You see a portal and the latest pouring in s. And you feel like you're. You're a bit player in some scifi movie. It almost feels like that. And then you see some of the animals that live in those caves like the human fish which is considered as the little dragon The human fish human fish here. It's a human fish because of the color of the skin and it casts like legs and arms sticking out of the body. but it's like a gecko okay. And he's a creature creature that lives inside of the cave and Above all of that Honeycombed sub terrain you've got vineyards since some very trendy wine We do have some really good wine in our country. There's a lot to see in slovenia. This is travel with rick. Steves who've been talking with tina and sochaux goop. Let's finish our discussion of natural lavinia just with one special natural experience that you'd think anybody planning a trip to your homeland would want to be sure to enjoy. I'm gonna say a high odds for people who are fit willing to invest a certain amount of their time into this phenomenon. Views of the kids. I would say a hike in the judean osceola now and tina and i would probably choose same. Sasha julian alps. But since i want to go into another zone goodish burda area is amazing. That's very close to karst and it's an area that has rolling hills. Looks like disconnect beautiful nature amazing food and amazing wine. Now let's make sure people know gory showed done but the g. o. I s. k. A. n. b. Now i was taught you have to have a a vowel. And this is a and two syllables. Where's the vowel tend to be a little lazy with heard your go bird and it's It's it's just a beautiful. It's also another winegrowing. Region is a beekeeping region. It's just it's beautiful. You've got everything you're looking for anthems and you got your wine and you got your beautiful slovenian countryside Can we finish just with teach me a phrase or a slovenian word that i should know what i'm hiking in those mountains. You always absolutely always have to greet people on the threes so i would say dober- don dover john's good afternoon afraid student. Good day good after labor done tina and when you will be resting in an alpine hut you'll probably have some schnaps. You need to know how to say cheers not Like the nasdaq. Abby had obvious that the same in russian similar similar yeah nostra. Yes and don't forget to look into people's eyes when you toast with them. Because can i make it a little bit melodramatic. Can i go nuts. yeah you can. Yeah that's not insulting me and look into people's eyes because they will be offended if you don't and you'll need to pay for the next round of drinks good. Thank you job. Simple her old. With rick steves is produced by tim. 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Smoke gets in your eyes and other lessons from the crematory. It is a fascinating in timely discussion. And it starts right now. Here's maria conaco. What do you say when someone dies. I don't know about you. But i've never really learned how to talk about death. How to think about it what to say to someone who's recently bereaved. Just think about the language we do use passed on in a better place. Lay to turn all rest. How about justified. The discomfort runs deep. Money doesn't lie and are aversion to death especially in the united states is big business. We pay for the body to be transported. Embalmed gussied up and cremated or perhaps buried in expensive caskets. What used to be an intimate and essentially cost-free process taking place at the home has in the last one hundred and fifty years grown into professionalized twenty billion dollar a year funeral industry increasingly funeral homes are part of larger chains and corporate entities along with every other element of the business from caskets two gravestones. The personal is further and further removed. I think most modern american people will tell you this that you're just not comfortable around dead bodies which is the exact opposite of what. Our relationship with death was for tens of thousands of years of human history. The families took care of the dead body. The community stepped up and took care of the dead body. That's caitlyn doty. When she was twenty two years old newly graduated from the university of chicago. She wasn't sure what to do next. She ended up. Applying to work at west wind cremation and burial in california. I didn't know how long i would be cremating bodies for. But i thought it would be a funny cocktail party story. Ten years from now and my friends would raise their martinis and go. Did you know. Caitlin used to work at a crematory. Isn't that wild. But then i got into it. And i loved it. I loved the environment. I loved how strange it was that each body was different. Each family was different. And that america has this completely bizarre relationship with death. That was thirteen years ago. And here i still am as owner and part of the funeral industry in twenty fourteen dodie published a book about those early years working in the funeral industry. Smoke gets in your eyes and other lessons from the crematory. In addition to its many dark and funny scenes the book lays out her philosophy about death. Here's doty reading an excerpt. We can do our best to push death to the margins keeping corpses behind stainless steel doors and tucking the sick and dying in hospital rooms so masterfully. Do we hide death. You would almost believe. We are the first generation of immortals but we are not. We are all going to die and we know it. As the great cultural anthropologist ernest. Becker said the idea of death. The fear of it haunts the human animal. Like nothing else. The fear of death is why we build cathedrals have children declare war and watch cat videos online at three a m death drives every creative and destructive impulse we have as human beings the closer we come to understanding it the closer we come to understanding ourselves as we record this episode deaths having something of a moment to put it mildly morgues have run out of space funeral. Directors can't bury cremate fast enough not long ago new york sods first funeral director stripped of his license for mishandling. The remains of covid victims. It's terrifying thing to witness for the employees. It's draining overwhelming work and for the industry as a whole. It's something of a wake-up call. I think ovid triggered a lot of thoughts about how we don't want to be paying fifteen thousand dollars for funeral that we want to be close store community and more family members when they die every time. There's been a mass death event in american history. The funeral industry has seen some really profound shifts. The there's something good coming out of this pandemic. But i do hope that we use the opportunity to make some much needed reforms. We all have to die at least for now. But can we change the way. The actual process that follows our death unfolds. Doty has a vision to make the whole business of death more intimate less expensive with a little help. We can use this moment to work towards achieving what dodie calls the good death were experiencing so many bad deaths right now and if anything that should make us understand how precious and vital the good death is the good death. isn't something universal. It's more of an overall notion of death. Positivity an attitude that embraces rather than runs away from my idea of a good death may not be yours and most likely neither one of ours is quite like doty's my current desire is to be eaten by animals. She also champions alternatives like natural. Burials funeral pyres an intimate ceremonies in the home. Even the funeral home itself can function a different sort of entity than the one. That's become doty co owns and operates clarity funerals and cremation in los angeles today on the freakonomics radio book club. We take doty back to her roots with her. Twenty fourteen debut memoir smoke gets in your eyes. We will hear her. Read some of the books best efforts we will look at how the modern funeral industry functions. How rituals of mourning have radically changed in the last hundred and fifty years and talk about why all things considered getting eaten by animals might not be the worst way to go. This is freakonomics radio. Podcast that explores the head inside of everything with today's guest hosts maria cardona cova. What made you want to apply to a job in a crematory in the first place. That's where we first meet you. I was living in san francisco. I graduated from the university of chicago with a degree in medieval studies with a thesis on the late medieval witchcraft. Trials and i had studied mostly medieval death. But i wanted to know what death actually looked like in the real world in modern america. And i got the job at the crematory and i really thought that this was going to be a one year the fact that i had basically gone my entire life without ever even touching a dead body meant that i had a very uncomfortable relationship being in the presence of a dead body but within my first couple of days at the crematory i was shaving. A dead man. I was putting clothes on a dead man. I was washing the hair of a dead man. And then i was pushing him into the cremation machine. The blast furnace flames. Came down the fourteen. Fifteen hundred degree heat came down and i pulled out his bones and i had been with this man. It was almost this. Ritualistic thing where i was with this man through all these profound final moments of his existence on the planet and the thing that i came to is other people should doing this. Not just me. This man's family should have had the opportunity to be with the body. The way that i was through this whole process and that kind of became the basis of my advocacy. So why did you even decide to study medieval history. I thought i wanted to be a first amendment lawyer constitutional lawyer and then i got to college and i was like. I don't know that any of this works for me. And i just kind of kept searching for what i was interested in intel. I found the very small medieval history department and fell in love with it. What i was trying to do with studying the witch trials is very similar to what i was trying to do in studying death and working at a crematory is how can we take these things that people are afraid of and turn it into something that they feel safe to engage with and learn about an experience. It's funny because i definitely thought about the witch trials crematories as similar in a different way in the sense of bodies being burned. Yeah there's that little thing as well and you know like if you wanna talk about psychology. It's possible that. I spent two years researching the death of women being burned and then i went to agree matori and literally burned some people so that's my very specific life for researching burning to doing the burning herself. It's quite a career jump and it made quite the impression here's doty reading from smoke gets in your eyes remembering some of her earliest moments on the job. The first time. I peeked in on creating body felt outrageously transgressive even though it was required by west winds protocol no matter how many heavy metal album covers. You've seen how many horon emiss- bosh prints of the tortures of hell or even the scene in indiana jones where the nazis face melts off. You cannot be prepared view. A body being cremated seeing a flaming human skull is intense beyond your wildest flights of imagination. When the body goes into the retort the first thing to burn is it's cardboard box or alternative container as it's called on the funeral bill. The box immediately melts into flames leaving the body defenseless against the inferno. Then the organic material burns away and a complete change overtakes. The body almost eighty percent of human body is water which evaporates with little trouble. The flames then go to on the soft tissues charring the whole body to a crispy black burning these parts. The ones that visually identify you takes the bulk of the time. But don't he got more from the experience than just a paycheck tore through the physics of body burning. One thing i will say in favor of dead bodies is that they are incredibly profound just by sitting there doing nothing. They are almost transcendent because they are such a profound reminder that we too will someday die and as a medieval list. That's what you learn about the art of the late medieval macabre. It's dancing skeletons and bodies that are there to remind people. Hey just like me. Someday you're gonna be decomposing someday. You're going to be a skeleton. So when you're twenty two year old american and all of a sudden you have an opportunity to see dead bodies in the literal flesh every day. That's a wonderful opportunity. If i was an eight year old in eighteen forty two i would have seen dozens of corpses and by the time that i was an adult because not only did the family take care of their own dead but there was a higher death rate at the time so i would have been very familiar with dead bodies but at a certain point at the turn of the twentieth century the funeral industry became an industry. It became a capitalist system it became a quote unquote professional system and in that professional system. You had to hand your body over to a professional person to take care of the body to embalm the body to chemically. Prepare the body and then sell the body as a product back to you and that's a very recent invention in human history people even now who say. I'm really uncomfortable going to a funeral. The dead body in the casket didn't really look like grandma or grandpa was wearing lipstick. And i kind of freaked me out. It's okay if you feel that way because it is radically different than how death looked at any other time in human history. What prompted the change. Why do we suddenly have something like that where we didn't need it in the eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds. I guess you start a lot of it with the american civil war because you had all of these soldiers that went to fight. They died in the south and it was so important for the northern families to be able to see the dead body that they were willing to do anything to get the bodies of their husbands and their sons back to them. So this new class of workers called an embalmer would follow the civil war battles from battle to battle almost like an ambulance chaser and set up their embalming tents. And say hey grieving parents if you want me to disembowel your son and stuff him with sawdust and so am back up so the body can be transported safely without bads smells or decomposition. I'm gonna do that for you. And that was actually a great service for the period after the civil war things should have gone back to normal but those same men said. We're gonna make embalming a thing. We're going to travel the country we're going to convince people that the corpses somehow dangerous if you don't use these chemicals for preservation sanitation and appearance. You need professional intervention with your dead bodies and it worked real well because nowadays most people don't even know that they have the power themselves to just take care of the dead in your own home if you want. You don't actually need to use a funeral home. Here's dodie reading from smoke. Gets in your eyes. Dying in the sanitarium environment of hospital is a relatively new concept. In the late nineteenth century dying at a hospital was reserved for indigence. The people who had nothing and no-one given the choice a person wanted to die at home in their bed surrounded by friends and family as late as the beginning of the twentieth century. More than eighty five percent of americans still died at home. The nineteen thirties brought. What is known as the medicalisation of death. The hospital was a place where the dying could undergo the indignities of death without offending the sensibilities of the living. So now. let's just go back a little bit to you and to your early days. I mean i was blown away by the fact that it was really hard for you to get a job in a crematory. I think it was hard because they weren't necessarily looking for a twenty two or twenty three year old woman to do the job and i think it's hard to keep people in a crematory job because it's loud it's industrial. Most of our crematories in america do have a very sturm drawing heavy hot dirty environment. But i think. I just convinced them with my sincerity and my desire to do it. And i don't know if i've ever worked as hard at job in my life as i worked at that job because i was so eager to prove myself and that i belong to their in it is changing well over. Fifty percent of mortuary school graduates are women now and many of them. Don't come from any sort of funeral dynasty or their fathers weren't funeral directors. Their grandfather's weren't funeral directors. So we are seeing a lot of shift back to women being the ones to care for the dead but my argument is that it's not because we're the national caring sachs as the party line is really quick to say makes me throw up in my mouth a little bit but the fact that women were always the one to take care of the dead bodies because it was something that happened in the home. So what was women's responsibility to come together and take care of their dead family members. A lot of the things that you experienced early on. I would have said you know this was an interesting idea but maybe not for me i loved it and i will say that it did genuinely feel like an honor. Because i had a pretty decent childhood nice middleclass family was able to go to university. I had mostly sheltered life in that sense and so all of a sudden working in this warehouse with a bunch corpses and scraping their bones out of big industrial machines. That was a big change. But it made me feel alive and opened this whole new world and i think what's really kept me on. There is that the combination between the physical work seeing the dead body and having those feelings towards it in the respect towards it combined with this wild history of the funeral industry and how we got to where we are today. It's almost putting theory and practice together. Which is also what. I tried to do in my writing in her book. Doty talks about. Jessica mitford the american way of death. A nineteen sixty three expose of the funeral industry became a surprise bestseller. unlike mitford. dodie did not approach the business as a professional muckraker did not go in with any sort of journalistic background or even a background as a writer. So it wasn't like. I went into it as some sort of stunt book where i was like. I work at a crematory for a year and expose what's going on behind the scenes but when i did get in there i was like listen. This is good stuff. And all i wanted to do was tell people what i was seeing and what i was learning so i started a private blog for only ten to twenty of my friends from from college or my parents to read and started putting these stories up as they happened. Which is amazing. In retrospect because i have a really in the moment document of what. I was feeling and what i was seeing. There was one moment where i cremated a woman and i delivered her ashes personally to her partner of many years and he was looking very frail and i i handed the ashes over and i thought that was the last time i was going to see him and then just a few weeks later his body shows up at the crematory and all of a sudden. I am sort of this link between them. I am the one who has cremated both of their bodies and i am in a strange way intimately involved in their love story and in the arc of their life together. Another key. difference. Between dodie mitford wasser end goal. Duty doesn't just want to keep the bereaved from getting ripped off as medford set out to do. She also wants to help people face their fear of death and come out the other side feeling more. Not less empowered. Here's another excerpt from smoke. Gets in your eyes in writing the american way of death jessica. Mitford wasn't trying to improve our relationship with death. She was trying to improve our relationship with the price point. That is where she went wrong. It was death that the public was being cheated out of by the funeral industry not money. The realistic interaction with death. And the chance to face. Our own mortality. So you do talk about an early experience in your life that seems to have been formed of which is witnessing a death when you were very young in all. Yeah so. I was eight years old and i was at my local mall and hawaii which is where i'm from and it was one of those big open air malls the toll to story situation and there was a very young child that fell off the second story balcony and hit the ground below. And i saw it happen and it really was very difficult for me. Because i think i was at just the right age to take in the reality of death and kind of fall apart around and one of the things that made it so hard is i did not feel like i could talk to anyone about it and my parents are amazing and loving and generous and my friends are great but at the time because of my culture or because i felt it was too dangerous i did not feel comfortable talking about it and so i kept it all inside and it really made me very afraid for a very long time and develop some obsessive compulsive rituals around it trying to control my death anxiety and i was able to move past that and become a very functional adult but i do think my work that i still do today and maybe even my drive to get a job at a crematory when i was twenty two comes from a desire to six might childhood but also make sure that can i do my little part to change how we see death and how we see dead bodies in our culture to help other young people or adults for that matter not be so afraid and not live with that underlying terror about death. Do you think that this underlying terror is something that's unique to you. Talk a little bit about the american puritanical. All of that or do you think that it's something that is more global. I don't think that there's any culture where death there's just no big deal and frankly anyone who tells me i don't worry about death. It's not a big deal to me i. I don't trust them. There's something amiss there. I think that we do have a somewhat genetically programmed fear of death because it is so profoundly unknown. But i can also believe that we radically pathology is it in american culture specifically the fact that we feel the need to chemically preserve each body and put that body in a six thousand dollars steel casket that sealed with a rubber gasket and put that casket in a big concrete vault bunker underground so no dirt or decomposition may come anywhere near it that kind of layers of fear wrapped around the dead body. I do think is uniquely. American and of course has an effect on how death is perceived by the general population. Does this also go back to the civil war or do you think that this has deeper roots in terms of being uniquely american. It's definitely from the civil war. But it's also from the idea of american individualism. One of the most interesting things about american death and funerals isn't even embalming although that's our greatest hit it's the fact that we are one of the few countries including most other industrialized countries that do not reuse grapes. Most other places you're leasing a gravesite. It's like you're leasing an apartment. You're not buying a forever home. It's just your place that you can decompose for fifteen years or thirty years and then they remove your bones and they put the bones in a central location or they move you down and someone else on top of you. But in america we have the idea that our graves are going to be are super special graves forever and ever which kind of goes to the old trope of being able to learn a lot about a culture through how it treats its dead after the break doty is going to tell us some of the tricks of the trade morticians used to make corpses look like they're just sleeping peacefully under the is are these spiked plastic caps that catch on the back of the eyelid. And keep the i closed. And we're going to get into some of the bigger questions. The funeral industry must deal with. How do you maintain someone's humanity. Even when they've died what does that even mean and is the meaning constant from person to person and culture to culture. It's an exciting time to be in death because our opportunity to die better has almost never been higher. I'm maria cova. Today we're talking with mortician and author caitlin dodie about her first book. Smoke gets in your eyes which was published in twenty fourteen when doty was thirty. The book chronicles her first. Few years working in the funeral industry and in particular working at a crematory in oakland california. One thing that struck me as i read was just how artificial the whole process of making a corpse. Look natural actually is. I was fortunate enough that my first job wasn't particularly focused on embalming this was not the old school traditional funeral. Home that you think of. With grandmother in the lilac suit in polyester with the silken sheets around her and all the flowers was a little more utilitarian than that but even then we still had to prepare the dead body to close the mouth you either so the jaw together internally in through the nose or you have this called the needle injector where you shoot a little barbed wire into the top gums and bottom gums and then tie the jaw together with wire and those are just the simple things that we do to not make. The person have their eyes open or their mouth open. Because we've come to a police death where the family can't even see that it's not my argument here was like just show the even if they're bleeding just roll out the body and showing them. Although i don't know i actually do think that to be honest. I think that families can handle that especially if you give them a lot of space to ask questions and be involved. It's their own mother. It's their own husband. They're not horrified by whatever happens to their mother if they feel like the report of a dhoti rates vividly about the reality of the dead body. What she sees is not what we see. When we look into an open casket untreated. A dead person's face looks horrific at least by our very narrow cultural expectations third droopy open is cloud over in a vacant stare their mouth stretch wide like at verdun. Shas the scream. The color drains from their faces. These images reflect the normal biological processes of death. But they're not what a family wants to see. As part of their price lists funeral homes generally charge anywhere from one hundred and seventy five to five hundred dollars for setting the features that is how corpses come to look peaceful natural and at rest. If all of these tricks failed and the eyes or mouth still insisted on falling open. There was always the secret weapon superglue. We used those little green tubes of liquid magic for everything so someone has died. And i call you up and i say you know grandma is done. So who are the different people. What were the different roles. So when you call there would be someone who is a removal driver. Who's main job. It is to come removed the body from wherever they died. That could be the hospital. That could be your own home. That person comes to pick the person up and bring them to the crematory but sometimes that person is not alone. Correct on home removals. There would need to be two people so if we're going into someone's home you can't be alone and dropped the body down the stairs. That's not a good look for your funeral home. So if we're going to an institutional remove won't like ospital you could just bring one person but if you're going into someone's home you would need to people also because sometimes the body is like in a lazy boy recliner or sometimes the bodies next to the toilet know what situation. You're walking into so it would be brought back to the crematory and at that point your funeral director would be in contact with the family to do all of the bureaucracy and this is actually a big part of the funeral job. Getting the death certificate filed and getting all of the government paperwork filed and once that all goes through we get something called burial transit permit and that's what allows us to actually cremate the body at that point. He gets put on the schedule and he gets picked up by me. The crematory operator and he goes into the cremation machine. And the cremation is about a two hour process about an hour and a half for the actual cremation process to take place where the full human body is burned down to. Essentially it's inorganic bone fragments and then about a half an hour. Cool down to molten when it first ends. And then you pull out those bones you take them over to a machine called the kremlin later which is essentially a large bone blender and that words the bones up into the fine sandy consistency that we associate with cremated remains that can be scattered that can be put into an urn meccan be buried and we'd put those into a little plastic temporary earn and then at that point we call the family and we tell them that they're available to come pick up at the funeral home in a large corporate funeral home. You generally do various specific job. You're just the funeral arranger. You're just the crematory operator. You're just a removal driver. But because i worked at the smaller family owned facility. I got to do it all sorry for the slightly morbid question but did you have a favorite part favourite role. This sounds a little cheesy but my favorite role was thinking about these exact issues that we're talking about now and all the different parts of the job would inspire me to have these thoughts so just the moment of polling a cremated body out of the machine and the skull is still partially intact and it crumbles in my hands because the inorganic bone fragments are so brittle and to see this sort of a to bruce crumble in my hands like where does that put me in the whole history of people who have taken care of the dead. What does this mean historically. What does this mean culturally. What is the future of death. There was probably the most intellectual you delightful time of my life and contrast this with moments where you had human remains on you. You have this scene which made me want to close the book. Just i second and take a step back where you get new floors in your crematory machine. Yes the retort of cremation machine is basically a brick chamber and over time. The floor gets chipped away as you're scraping the bones out at the end of the process. And so that creates natural. Divots in the floor where during the cremation process. Fat which is being burned off has a moment pool there for a second but when you put in brand new floors and they are completely slick and completely. There was nowhere for this one poor woman's fat to go so it started sliding out the front of the machine into my horrified lap. Basically then luckily my boss was there and somehow just kept a calm head and turn things off and switched it up and allowed the cremation to keep going. But i don't think that's in contrast to these moments of insight and wonder because that's wild in of itself. That's a wild human moment. That never happened to me again. Hasn't happened to anyone else. i know. I'm one of the few people. I know that had hot fat human fat poured into my lap and such gory details make for perfect party banter. But that's far from the only way around. Complacency there's also the quieter approach one that comes from beauty rather than discussed so. Tell us a little bit about. The ash scattering boats. How common that is. And just i mean to me. That seems so beautiful. Absolutely if your family you can hire someone to take you out on a boat and sometimes if you get the right captain. He knows how to go at sunset when there are dolphins jumping and it's just so charismatic and beautiful. I can see why people are drawn to that especially if they live in southern california. Where my funeral home is. But also if you're crematory you have ashes that maybe nobody picks up for a long period of time or you have people. Just say hey. I live in ohio but my brother loved the ocean. and since i paid for his cremation. I'm going to pay you to go out and scatter him for me. And sometimes that happens with you. Know twenty people at once or twenty sets of ashes. At once whom i think. It's quite lovely and quite communal. So one of the things that i didn't realize was possible. When you talk through the cremation process is that it's actually an option to witness this. Absolutely most families end up coming in and they walk up to the casket. Grandma is in the kind of awkwardly tapper on the ham and then back away and sit down. Maybe they sing a hymn. That's their involvement in the funeral process. And if that's what you wanna do. That's fine but be aware that you have many more options. And one of those options is a witness cremation. And what that is is you come in and you usually have you know about half an hour or so to spend with the person before the cremation. You can hang out. You can help them get dressed. You can put on mom's favorite lipstick you can put on some of her jewellery. You can write notes and leave them under her hand to be cremated with her and then you walk back into the crematory with us and the door opens on the machine and you and your family can help push the body into the machine and then pushed the button to close the door and start the process. It also takes away. Some of the fear that people have around cremation of. Is that really mom. She goes back to this mysterious place and then we get her hashes. It gives that opportunity to be fully aware and pull the veil back and see what's really happening and feel more comfortable with it. I think that sense of transparency is important as dody notes in the book. People are naturally distrustful of crematory operators. It's a leap of faith. After all to accept that the dust and earn with your grandfather or favorite aunt and there is an occasion reason to be suspicious if you want to hear about some shady mass pet. Cremations listen to freakonomics. Radio episode one forty to the troubled cremation of stevie the cat. This gets a little gory. What he did is he had a vet implant. Each dead animal with this tracking material titanium dioxide when lab analyzed the cremades for the tracking material. Three of the eight samples weren't right even when the proceedings are technically above board. People can still feel like they're being deceived like the reality in front of them isn't the one they'd signed up or paid for. You have a moment in your book where you go from professional detachment to something very personal when someone close to you dies. This is my grandmother's death. I grew up right down the road from her pretty close and she had preplanned her funeral. She had pre paid for it with a mortuary in hawaii and mortuary that was owned by a very large corporation. And we go in and my thing already even after working in the industry just a couple years is the family takes care of the person they come in they witnessed the cremation there there. You don't do a lot of intervention with the body you don't embalm the body and even with me sitting there as at this point almost an expert on how to say no to these things. They were really working on me. They were saying. Are you sure you already paid. For the embalming we can just bomber. It's not a big deal. Are you sure you don't want us to do this to hurry. Sure you don't want us to do this to her. And they were adding on all of these things. And i almost couldn't stop them and i knew all the language he knew all the tricks and even when we got to the actual viewing her body had pretty garish lipstick on it and she looked really different than the pictures that my mother had sent within a couple of hours after she had died where she looked like an older woman who was dead but she looked perfect. She looked wonderful and now she looked like she had been worked on in a lot of ways. And that's part of the funeral system. That i am part of and it's part of the funeral system that i'm trying to reform. So how do you do that. First of all you can know that it is a hundred percent. You're right not to embalm. You don't have to choose cremation. You don't have to choose burial. you don't have to choose an expensive casket. You don't have to choose makeup. You don't have to choose a particular type of dress or a particular type of ceremony you as a family absolutely have the right to make the choices that work for you. You should spend more money than you're comfortable spending and sometimes it is helpful to have someone on your side who knows these things that is not the wife or is not the child and isn't in the deepest grief in the moment because that can be the person who's the advocate who's there to call around and ask about pricing and ask these transparency questions. If you're willing to be that person to somebody that you care about it's worth its weight in gold. So we've talked about a few different cremation options. But those aren't your only options right there. Lots and lots of different burial options. It's not just casket or cremation. It's hard to say this. But it's an exciting time to be in-depth because our opportunity for reform and to die better has almost never been higher. There's a lot of transition happening right now. A lot of green death options to it's kind of this combination of old and new old in the sense of people saying okay. We don't need to embalm. Maybe we'll just have a very simple ceremony with the body at home. And so that's kind of the return to the old then with the new. We have techniques aqua- mation which is basically a water cremation which is high heat. Water dissolving the body. Similar to the way flame would with a cremation and the end. Product is very much the same. Just ashes that you can scatter or keep an urn on your mantlepiece. And then we have things like recomposition which is human composting taking humans and putting them through air and wood chips breaking their body directly down to soil. And you know open air pyres like the one in crestone colorado. These are innovations that are uniquely american. Not open air pyres. That's of course an ancient tradition and then we have natural burial which is just a symbol hole in the ground that you're shrouded body goes in. And it's the burial we've been doing for thousands of years and just allowing the body to decompose into the soil. Without the embalming in the casket in the vault and all the layers around it. So what would you choose for yourself and has that choice changed over time. Well my current desire is to be eaten by animals. Unfortunately that is not legal yet. I want to go to a audie farmer a human decomposition facility where they lay me out to study me but perhaps by the time i die being eaten by vultures will be available. I think that i would just want very simple. Natural burial call it corpse ground whole dump just a nice little hole a place for me to go in and let my adam's be useful. My body is not precious. It's organic material. It's part of the natural world. And that's where i want to return We're living through a moment that i don't think any adult in the united states has lived through before where were in the midst of a pandemic and there was a period early on where they're actually were bodies piling up. Yeah and americans. Were not ready for that right. Whereas in fact. I take some issue with our funeral industry response to coronavirus but in this unprecedented time in a pandemic it's actually very positive that they brought in refrigerated trucks that they had a place for the dead bodies to go. And that was the real big difference between what happened in nineteen eighteen with that pandemic and the one now we did not have refrigeration back in nineteen eighteen so the fact that we could now keep our bodies refrigerated slowdown that decomposition. Wait until you know the time would come that. We needed them to be disposed of cremated. That was a real gift and a real shift. And i think that funeral directors are actually handling everything quite well. Here's another example from doty's book smoke gets in your eyes though you may never have attended a funeral. Two of the world's humans die every second eight in the time. It took you to hear that sentence. Now we're at fourteen. If this is too abstract considered this number two point five million the two point five million people who die in the united states every year the dead space this process out nicely so that the living hardly even notice. They're undergoing the transformation we'd probably pay more attention if no one died all year then on december thirty first the entire population of chicago suddenly dropped dead or houston or las vegas and detroit producer remember doty published this book in twenty fourteen even before the pandemic the number of us deaths had risen to around two point seven million per year and there will be even more than usual in two thousand twenty not just an additional one hundred thousand from covid nineteen last year. There were also more deaths and typical from causes like cancer diabetes and alzheimer's disease. So there's a theme in your book that made me think about corona virus and we're dealing with right now which is that. There's this myth bodies have to leave the house within a certain very short period of time and otherwise you can get contaminated and you can get sick. Yeah def is not an emergency. Someone is going to be dead an hour from now and they're going to be dead five hours from now and they're going to be dead five days from now and that's one of the things that the funeral industry can kind of get a family on is the idea of emergency and the idea of funeral industry intervention being entirely necessary and shrieking in and and taking the body away right away so i encourage people to slow down when someone dies and as far as the dead body being safe it is almost universally safe and i say almost because there are a few caveats ebola being one of them bird-flu being another one covid nineteen. There was some confusion at the beginning where there was possibly dangerous. We now think that there is probably no danger with a covid nineteen body at all. It's the living people around the person who has died that probably or far far more infectious. But that's still to be determined but if your mother died of cancer if she died of heart failure if she died of all the things that people die of there's absolutely nothing dangerous about her dead body and she does not need to be treated with gloves and has matt suits and she does not need to be treated immediately. no she's not instantly decomposing either. So that's also what i mean about. Slow down just take the time if mom dies at home. She has ovarian cancer and she dies on hospice in the house. You have to call anyone for twenty four hours for forty eight hours. You can take all the time you need to make the right decisions about when you're ready to let her go when things shift for you and you feel like it's time do people want to come visit her. Do you want to just have the funeral there at home rather than paying a private business to facilitate it for you. All of those options are on the table. Here's a passage from smoke. Gets in your eyes. In which he describes the author of a nineteen ninety-three memoir called coffin. Man the journal of a buddhist mortician. Shimin okie a moderate undertaker. Japan described being ridiculed by society for his job washing. Cascading the dead. His family disowned. Him and his wife wouldn't sleep with him because he was defiled by corpses. So i'll keep purchased a surgical robe mask and gloves and began showing up to homes dressed in full medical garb. People began responding differently. They the image. He was selling and called him doctor. The american undertaker had done something similar by making themselves medical. They became legitimate. You don't have to go to medical school or even mortuary squall to become a funeral director. But after her first job at the crematory dodie enrolled at the cyprus college of mortuary science which surprised me. Why did you decide that you want to go to mortuary school. I was a two main reasons. I i wanted to have before. Experience of being a funeral director in america and part of that experience is going to mortuary school and seeing what they're teaching and secondly i knew within the first year that the job i was going to be doing was this and by this. I mean trying to reform the funeral industry and being a public advocate for reform in the funeral industry. And i knew that one of the things that would get me taken seriously is to have all of my credentials in place. I knew that if i did not have a mortuary science degree it would be very easy for the older gentleman in the funeral industry to say she doesn't know what she's talking about. She never even went to mortuary school and surprise. They still say that all the time they just have a little bit less of a leg to stand on. Because i did actually go to mortuary school caitlyn. You went to mortuary school for the same reason. I got my psychology. There you go so the those old men could not say what in the world are you talking about. And they still say it and they still say. There's conspiracies that i never actually graduated from mortuary school. There's like a show me long form birth certificate version of mortuary school degree. You talk a little bit about bodies that are used for science and donated to science and how they don't always end up the way that one might think. Yeah when i talk about cost options for death. I get a lot of people saying. Why isn't your main recommendation scientific donation and the reason that it's not is because there are a lot of complicated issues that come with donation for example you can sign up to have your body donated and they can reject you. They can say she's a little too old she's a little too heavy. She had the wrong kind of disease. We actually don't want her anymore. And then all of a sudden you're left having to figure out her cremation or burial at the last minute and then the other reason is if you are donating through a private company. You don't have really that much control as to what happens to mom and maybe that's totally fine with mom. Mom is the type of person that says. i don't care. just throw me out. Use me how they want you get a free cremation off. You go in that case wonderful. That's a perfect fit. But if mom thinks she's going to cure cancer and they actually use her for ballistic missile testing word for war and military techniques. Plastic surgery practice there all sorts of things that they use these bodies for that may not align with your values so i'm not against scientific donation at all. I just think people should do their research before making matt decision. So you know. In the last year a lot of people who hadn't experienced death or hadn't been anticipating it have had to deal with it. So do you have any advice for how to deal with that how to express sympathy to a friend. Who's gone through that. What do you say what do you do when you were talking to someone who has lost a family member to it. Don't say oh. It's just like when my dad died. I totally know how you feel because you probably don't because this is pretty unprecedented so it might be a lot more appropriate to say something just like. I have no idea how you're handling this. I am so sorry. This must be difficult for you in so many specific ways. That other people can't understand and i can't understand it. I just want you to know how. Sorry i am and how much i feel for you and because you maybe can't even really go see them right now. Send them something nice. That shows that you're thinking of them. Have some food delivered to them. There's going to be this whole year's worth of people that kind of get lost in a way like their deaths and the experience of their death gets lost socially so six months from now a year from now when nobody's talking about the pandemic anymore knock on wood that's the time to continue to check in with them and say hey. I thought about your dad the other day. I'm still thinking about you because people go away. After the first couple weeks when someone dies ours maurienne die. Were instruction manuals. That taught christians how to die the good death repenting mortal sins and allowing the soul to ascend to heaven this view of death as an art or practice rather than an emotionless biological process can be tremendously empowering for me. The good death includes being prepared to die with my affairs in order the good and bad messages delivered that need delivering. The good death means dying. While i still. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network live at hartland. 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This is josh barrow and welcome to lead frighten center. You're civilized yet. Provocative antidote to the self contained opinion bubbles that dominate political debate. It was the last week of january. And this week we got news about two new cova vaccines vaccines from johnson and johnson. Novak's have some results from phase three clinical trials showing. The vaccines are effective. But the numbers are not as good as the numbers we previously saw for the pfizer and moderna vaccine which is a different technology. Novak's vaccine johnson and johnson also shows some signs of being less effective against the mutated variants of the virus that causes covid nineteen though that data is also preliminary and mixed the good news from these announcements is the vaccine's look to be highly effective at preventing hospitalization and death. Even if they don't stop all mild or moderate cases of covid nineteen but still. The variants are complicating the picture for persistently beating this epidemic vaccine manufacturers are already working on modifications and booster shots that we might be getting some months after our initial vaccines but the most important thing right now to get the virus to stop. Changing so fast is to reduce the number of cases because more infections means more opportunities for the virus to mutate and here in the us the vaccination campaign is accelerating with states getting somewhat increased weekly deliveries and the expectation that some of these new vaccines especially johnson and johnson could be approved for emergency use within weeks to discuss all of that. Let's bring in our left. Right and center panel has always. I'm your center on the right. Lonnie chen is the david diane steffi fellow at the hoover institution and he's the director of domestic policy studies at stanford. Hello alani could be with you. Josh and on the left david. Dan is the executive editor of the american prospect. Hi david hi. How you doing david. President biden has taken a number of executive actions that are intended to speed up the pace of this vaccination campaign including invoking the defense production act to speed the production of certain materials that are necessary for vaccination. Donald trump also made some use of this act during his presidency. Do you have a sense of the extent to which biden's approach the announcements that we've seen over the last week. Plus are these a big change in strategy or is this a continuation with some adjustments of the strategy under the last administration. Well i think it's an acceleration of the strategy I mean i think the important thing is the use of the federal Response in terms of distribution so The big thing. I think on that front that they this week is that not only would they increase the to the states by sixteen percent but they committed to that over the next three weeks and the biggest problem with the rollout has been that states had no idea what they were getting or when they were getting it and so by setting a clear schedule States can actually come up with a an actual timeline where they can say to their residents yet. We know we're going to have this much and we can give you an appointment over the next three weeks. Because we know that that that particular allocation is going to be there so that i think was one of the biggest things they did this week as far as the defense production act. I think that You know yes. The trump administration did use some of this. They're going bit further. There even apparently exploring the retooling of factories to allow vaccines that are already approved to be manufactured by other drug manufacturers That that i think would be quite important and should have been done. Frankly months ago but You know all of this is in service to ensuring that there's not a supply snag down the road and of course the johnson johnson and novak's announcements. Make that a little bit of a of an easier lift. Because you're going to have more supply if those indeed get a proof emergency use but i think that we're going to need more vaccine next year And down the road and and we're going to need all across the world and everywhere in the world. Getting more vaccine helps the united states on both the health and economic level so we really should be using the epa to compel manufacturing of these additional vaccines. you know if a novartis or is out of the game of making a vaccine now they should be making the pfizer vaccine they should be making the dern vaccine. They should be making the johnson johnson vaccine. What do you make that we. We have had this announcement in europe. That sanofi the the french pharmacy pharmaceutical company whose own vaccine development has not gone so great that they're going to make one hundred million doses of the pfizer vaccine for the european market. Is that what. What david's identifying there is that something the. Us government should be focusing on trying to get more companies making the vaccines that we know work. And and beyond that. What do you make of the first week. And a half of the biden administration taking these steps to speed the vaccine roll out. And i think to something we discussed last week. We were saying the goals don't look ambitious enough. They've started changing their rhetoric somewhat sang a million doses a day as a floor. We're already up to one. Point seven million doses. One day this week So it seems like they are. They're shifting the rhetorical commitments at least a little bit to the idea that they need to go faster. Yeah i think josh. It's a shift in tone to be sure. The federal government is clearly taking a more assertive role During the last administration the federal government saw itself more as a facilitator. And i think you are seeing that that change in mindset which clearly at some level makes a difference. I think some of this can be overblown. I mean the defense production act as a good example of that most of the companies that would be targets of the. Dpa have already been in close contact with the biden administration and some of the things that the dpa would be used for things like these low dead space syringes. You've heard about which essentially are syringes that allow for six doses of the pfizer vaccine to be extracted per vial. Rather than five becton dickson. A difference in and company is is the company that manufactures he syringes in the us. And that's something we really didn't realize we needed until the vaccine rollout was underway. And so some of this is again. The federal government engaged in conversations and discussions with these companies rather than trying to beat them over the head with at some point. Yeah i do think it'll be a of whether we try to get those pharmaceutical companies that are not producing a vaccine themselves to assist in production. You know it's not as simple as taking a factory and just saying okay. We're gonna flip a switch and tomorrow. We're gonna make the madeira vaccine. It is quite complex. Each of these formulations in the case of the pfizer is quite delicate in particular. There are some serious requirements on storage. There some serious requirements on sterilization once the for example the the actual vaccine has been placed into the vile. So there's a lot of sort of process things that have to get worked out. But i agree. The goal overall does need to be. How do we get as much supply online as quickly as possible and that is something To the point about what the biden administration has done offering more transparency to states around. What supply is coming their way when they can expect it and therefore it. It's up to states to put in place a plan that gets the vaccine supply that they are getting into people's arms and hopefully that transparency will help in terms of the first week and a half or whatever of the biden administration. I think that the the overall matic there is they are endeavouring to show. That they are acting to overturn and push back on a lot of what. The trump administration did via executive action and the use of executive action in this way. I'd argue far more aggressively in the first ten days of the biden presidency than any presidency in american history is really to to demonstrate that action. It there's a political marker they're setting down on the actual substance of some of these e os you know is pretty limited at the end of the day. Executive action has to hinge on an existing statutory provisions. So it's an executive order for example. You've got a state. what statutory provisions. You're relying on to engage in that action you know. In some cases it's more language than it is anything else but what they're clearly trying to do is to show that they are doing something different and to me that ends up being much more about the politics in about the substance of it and we can get into some of the ios and some of the various executive actions the biden administration has taken but overall what they're trying to do is to demonstrate that they're doing something and that is probably more politically valuable than anything else. Dividends your assessment of that at the american prospect. You had been pushing What you call the day. One agenda i think. I think it's fair to say that that you were looking for joe biden to have the most aggressive Rollout ever in terms of use of executive action right at the beginning of his administration. Has he actually delivered on that or or as long. He right to say that a lot of this is basically For show so so. I want to briefly respond to what he said about You know taking a long time and not being an overnight process to retool these factories. I will get to the other question You know we know how long it takes to retool because pfizer had to do it they they completely Had to change over what they were doing it their stateside factory to accommodate and m. r. n. A vaccine and it took several months while we know we're going to need more vaccine and twenty twenty two. There is no time like the present to begin that process. And so i really do think that some more aggressiveness can be taken here. And the biden team is has said That they're are actively exploring this so I i would like to move from active exploration to cemented it but I am. I do think that there's a need here. And we know that it's not it doesn't take a year because there wasn't a coronavirus vaccine a year ago so we know that there's a limited time frame where you could theoretically do this changeover. We should do it so as far as executive action. Yes we have called for in the day one agenda as significant actions. All based on statutory authority We are putting out next week. A tracker of the actions that we called for an what biden has actually done. And i can preview that by saying of the seventy seven actions that we called for in a variety of articles over the course of the last year and a half a biden has taken action either in part or in whole on eleven of them so We think that there's plenty more room to run here It is true that some of these are little bit less than meets the eye. One of them. That i like to look at is Biden maiden order to canceled justice department contracts with private prisons which You know is a nice signal saying that we don't want to privatize the incarceration system. But justice department contracts aren't really where the private prison industry is is as as as located and as immersed it's really with immigration detention about eight percent of federal prisoners are in privatized about seventy two percent of immigrant detainees are in privatize beds so by not extending that order to cancel. Dhs contracts with the private prison industry. he's not really affecting their business model in any real way and he's not living up to the sort of rhetoric of no you know there shouldn't be for profit prisons. There shouldn't be for profit detention in america. So that's a good example of How you know these. These things can look symbolically significant but maybe not a under the surface truly significant I think there's more to be done. But i will say that i. I have been kinda surprised and shocked at some of the pushback to the notion of taking executive action. This is the textbook definition of what a president is tasked with doing in the constitution to take care that the laws are faithfully executed. This the president is an implementer. The president is not a lawmaker. Congress passes the laws. The president implements laws and biden is implementing them in the way that he believes is a you know a valid and authorized under these various statutes and The the fact that this is seen as as somehow cheating or or not not playing fair. Or i don't know what is is really baffling to me on here. I know you've been especially following some of the executive orders that relate to healthcare and health insurance Do they meet that standard. David laid out there that they're they're just exercising statutory power that the president has yeah. I think that's a over simplistic view of this. I mean quite frankly to simply say that an administration that president biden. And by the way i made the same arguments about president trump's executive actions to the notion that you simply refer loosely to a statute and say. Oh we're just implementing it. We're just you know shaping implementation so that it fits with our administration's priorities is bogus. This is really about using that as a cover to advance really significant policy change in some cases and and to advance it in a way that i think is extra legal that is extra constitutional and should worry anybody that cares about the constitutional design of our system again. I think that's why a lot of these executive actions frankly a lot of the executive actions that trump took Do get challenged in court because they precisely because it's not just about taking a law and interpreting it and trying to advance it in a particular way. It's much more pernicious than that. And i think that's the danger in terms of the specific executive order on care I think it's interesting because there are things there that are much more than seen at first blush and there are things that are much less significant than they would than they would appear for example one of the things that they've done in the executive order on healthcare is to create a second. What's known as open enrollment period coming up here. In on february fifteenth beginning for fifteenth for the month that basically allows people to buy coverage via the a. c. a. marketplace's healthcare dot gov state marketplaces and if they qualify for subsidies under the aca which the aca subsidizes people's coverage if they make up to four hundred percent federal poverty about one hundred thousand dollars a year for family of four if they are able to to fort that coverage they can buy it. The challenge of course is that there's not necessarily a whole lot more to help people afford that coverage the idea was well. If we open it up people might come in and buy coverage. This is the same problem. That's plagued these marketplaces since day. One which is that yes. You're providing a subsidy yes. In some cases it is sufficient but frankly in many cases it isn't to ensure affordability because these plans are still too expensive and cost are still too high so it's a nice thing to say. Yeah if people want coverage they can come in on the margins. They'll probably bring some people in but it's not meaningful at all in terms of the broader problem. We have which is why healthcare costs so much. Why premiums are so high why they get driven ever higher year after year. We still haven't addressed any of that. This is really a band aid over a gaping wound so there is that and then and then there are other areas where it doesn't appear as though they're doing very much but actually are doing a lot so one of the things they've done in this executive order is to say look if the trump administration gave states some flexibility to for example expand coverage in the way that they saw fit. We're going to go back and potentially revisit in revoke that and this is something. I've always argued for which is that. I think there can be a bipartisan way. Forward here where the federal government sets guardrails and the states are allowed essentially to innovate within those guardrails. And what this executive order basically does to say no that innovation can happen anymore unless it's entirely consistent with what we want and i just don't think that's a great way forward when clearly there were political disagreements over healthcare and we have to figure out a way to bridge that divide so there are some elements of this executive order. As i said that are more than meets the eye and there are others that that really i think are a lot less significant than the administration has made them out to be but for sure the use of executive action in this way should raise concerns amongst those who who want to understand what the proper separation of powers is between the executive and legislative branches in our government. David the concerns that long raises there about the exchanges mirror. Some concerns that. I often hear from people on the left. Which is basically that. These plans that are intended to expand coverage and have expanded coverage to a significant extent. That it's it's complicated to sign up for in that a lot of people. Just don't find it to be a good enough value to pay for it even when it's subsidized it's even worse problem for people who don't qualify for subsidies so i guess you know is there does. The biden administration have a satisfactory way of addressing. I know lawn. He doesn't think that another open enrollment period is likely to do very much. What would do very much well. I'm happy that that lonnie is is seeing that. The simplicity of perhaps a single payer system would be preferable to this complicated rule rube goldberg program of subsidies and mandates and things like that first of all let me say that that what what what line is talking about they're showing how the biden team actually isn't overstepping stepping the The authority granted to them by congress. They're not adding to the subsidies. They can't do that. They would need legislative action to increase the subsidies and make the a coverage on the exchange affordable. They're they're adding an open enrollment period so that people they can give more time. I mean i think the real issue here is that the navigators and the encouragement to get people to enroll hasn't been there in the trump era and so this period would allow for much more outreach. And there's actually about a billion dollars that was never used by the trump administration for the express purpose of outreach to find hard to reach people and try to get them covered if they if they can be covered. I would say that you know as far as the the question of whether this is overstepping authority just more. Generally these executive orders you know. The vast majority of executive orders were challenged over administrative for in other words. The fact that they didn't undo or repeal or change various regulations in the proper way with the notice and comment period and proper time to respond. It wasn't necessarily that step in their constitutional authority in every case. It's that they weren't following the law in the way that they could exercise that authority You know as far as i'm concerned all these things are statutory congress. Granted this this thority to the president to implement these laws and if congress doesn't like it they can repeal authority at any time and You know. I just feel like these. These laws are available and we need to have tangible progress on a host of issues and This could be a way in fact to unlock the terrible gridlock that we have in our in our congress if The president exercises authority and says okay. Well now we have to act. Take that back. So i think that there there are certainly a more that can be done using executive authority which is a perfectly legitimate way to make progress for the american people. Let's take a break. We'll be back. With lonnie chen of the hoover institution and david day of the american prospect. To talk about one of the big issues where joe biden is looking to use his executive power immigration. You're listening to frighten center. You're hearing from our left right and center and we want to hear from you to tweet us at eller see kcrw and download the free kcrw app to listen to left right and center on demand back again with left right and center. I'm josh barrow. On the right. His lawn he chen fellow at the hoover institution unless david dan executive editor at the american prospect. Shortly after the election then president elect joe biden announced four priority areas that he would focus on as he started his term beating co vid restarting the economy. Racial justice and climate change pointedly missing from this list was immigration but as he was taking office biden announced a very ambitious legislative proposal on immigration. That would regularize some eleven million unauthorized immigrants currently living in the united states. Granting them an eight year path to citizenship the path would be faster for dreamers. Who came here as young people and for those. With temporary protected status immigration levels would be increased going forward and there would be enhanced efforts to improve conditions in central america in an effort to take pressure off the flow of migrants trying to enter the us from there via mexico. what's not included in. This proposal is some of the intense fortification of the border with mexico. That was in some prior. Bipartisan efforts on immigration such as in two thousand thirteen. This is a big plan and if it was enacted it would meet the demands of a lot of immigration activists. But it's not at all clear that there's the level of interest in congress to get something like this past in. The meantime biden is taking executive actions on immigration and his team is asking for patience about changes in the situation of the southern border where the trump administration required migrants who are seeking asylum in the us to remain in mexico for extended periods often in very poor conditions. Just talk about what joe biden is doing and will do to change how immigration works. Priscilla alvarez joins us now. She's an immigration reporter at cnn. Hello priscilla hangs having me to set the table to talk about what joe biden is doing an intends to do Can i lay out how. Us immigration policy changed under president trump. Because there was no major immigration legislation during his presidency. But he did quite a bit through his executive power to change restrict. How people can come to the us. He did and he did so through hundreds of executive actions in fact one of the ways that the trump administration used really overhaul. The immigration system was through regulation so his administration put out several rags many of which were challenged in federal courts. That essentially change the way we think about asylum so for example putting up more barriers to be granted asylum here in the united states having to meet certain standards another rule that was talked about quite a bit was public charged and that sort of barred low income immigrants from coming into the united states. The idea being that they not be a charge on the united states. So these changes happen. Consecutively happened very quickly. And over time they amounted to this change in the immigration system that actually curtailed legal and illegal immigration to the united states and that is where the administration is coming in and they have a lot on their plate to change that reverse that in something that officials have actually recognized even day's coming into office that this was gonna take time and while biden chip away with some of that through executive authority which she did only hours into his presidency. It's gonna take several months right. I mean because this process took donald trump longtime right. We've already seen one court case where the biden administration has lost in the first round in the northern district of texas saying that biden could not impose a one hundred day moratorium on deportations. The reasoning and the decision actually looked a lot like the reasoning. We saw a lot of the decisions about trump action saying that it looked like the biden administration and not followed the administrative procedures. Act so basically because of these these rules about how you can do these actions. Should we assume that. It's going to take joe biden a lot of time to undo whatever it is trump did in terms of changing immigration policy. Yes i think you raise a really important point which is just as trump faced challenges in court. The biden administration kansas state. The same and dat. It's going to happen in some cases with judges who were appointed by trump. And that's exactly what we saw happen with the deportation pies so by administration came in they put a pause deportations for hundred days in only days into that a federal judge in texas down in blocked it for fourteen days. In fact there's a hearing again on the matter to decide next steps but so there's two things happening. There's the biden ministration to In do the policies and recognizing that just logistically. That's going to take time but they also are conceding realizing that there will be legal challenges. That happened along the way on naval have to contend with those happen. David wichita strategy look like on that for the biden administration. Obviously they have to work their way through some of these regulatory channels. There's also a law called the congressional review act which some trump administration policies the rishard very late in the administration not the public charge role which was issued too long ago. But some of those congress can basically say we don't like this regulation we're going to reverse it. That gets you around the courts. What what a what should the vita ministration be doing. In terms of an approach to as as quickly as they can impose the policies that they're looking to through the executive powers that they have. I think they're trying to work it out I know that there were supposed to be some additional actions on friday on immigration. They delayed them The tricky thing with the congressional review act is there's a part of it that says that not only is that That particular regulation repealed. But you cannot do anything substantially similar regarding that regulation without congressional ascents. So you kinda box yourself in a little bit. And i think they're trying to work through that right now. We'd certainly have a an issue on the border and halford some time where they've been masses of of silom seekers and and other Potential undocumented people a massing at the border different towns trying to figure out if they can get into the country. i it's a it's a really a humanitarian crisis especially during a pandemic in addition to being just a policy in legal problem so i i know that this is going to take time and i know that this is going to be you know slow and evolving process but the fact that there is this urgency At at the border right now it argues for for trying to move this thing along as quickly as possible lawn. To the extent that these executive actions are are aimed at reversing executive actions from the trump administration do find those legally or constitutionally suspect in the way that you might find some other executive actions. I mean if the if this was the policy and practice in the obama administration trump to use his powers to change it and biden's changing it back It seems like if it if it was permissible. Then it's permit. it should be permissible. Now yeah i think there's a couple of points to make your first of all if you know all biden doing overturning. What trump did than the question we have to return to. His was the original action undertaken. In many cases during the obama administration was that legal or not and for example. I think a lot of people have debated the way essentially in which the daca program was created via informal agency guidance issued by the department of homeland security. Back many years ago you know the is essentially. Can you take that and bend it one way or the other based on on. What your political preferences are. I think that ends up being a very challenging thing. Not not the least of which for people who are implicated in that policy and that's why immigration reform is one of these areas that fundamentally i do think needs to happen through the legislative process that needs to happen to the legislative process. First of all because it's incredibly complex and chances are that if you try to change elements of it change elements of admission status to the united states via executive action. You're going to end up in court and throwing people's lives into disarray. You have to do this via the legislative process to create certainty into ensure that those who are affected by the policy aren't jerked around from one administration to another which is essentially what we have now. Which is why. I do applaud the effort. I think it's important effort to try and get immigration reform through the congress to do it in a way that ensures its lasting and durable and and that's a process at the end of the day that i think is the right way to do this so you're not going back and forth on a subject area that does create a lot of human turmoil. And i think that's the challenge with how obama did it. Originally then trump went to the executive action process to essentially say. We're not going to do it. that way. And now biden is reverting back to what i think is the flawed original guidance from the obama administration priscilla. I wanna ask you about that legislative outlook. But i i want to ask about what what david mentioned about the humanitarian situation on the us. Mexico border the biden administration has signaled that it intends to make changes there but maybe not very quickly And back in two thousand fourteen The the migrant crisis that the obama administration faced was was a significant problem in a not just a political problem But a a situation where they were not finding good easy answers about how to address that. So is there a sense of how how quickly things will change at the border and what they will be doing to improve conditions there without causing and unsustainable flow of migrants to the border. That is the question in his one of the most challenging things that is facing the biden administration when it comes to immigration because frankly the it's a much more difficult situation that we're seeing on the border because they're choosing happening. We have several thousand migrants. Who are at the southern border. Who are waiting for their immigration court date in the us. This was under. The trump era policy formerly known as the migrant protection protocols and so they have been coming into the us court date in the back to the night to mexico where they have to remain until their case has concluded that had delays of course because of the pandemic when the immigration courts had to close but the point being that we have several thousand last night check to there were more than twenty two thousand pending cases along the border courts from this policy. So you have that. And then you could also have continued flows to the southern border given the deteriorating conditions in central america not only were they reeling from the pandemic. But they've also were hit by two hurricanes destroyed regions and so there. Several push actors can happening there too and then of course is the kobe overlay so this is all incredibly complicated. Because the biden administration has said that they want to end the so called remain in mexico policy. But how do you do that with the kobe. Overlay on top of that and do you isolate vulnerable people and try to have them come into the. Us continue their court cases while here in the us How do you deal with processing. Do you test migrants. These are all questions that they are having to think through and they're certainly a priority because they do have to address this population of people. And i think this all dovetails into the legislation as well if you wanna pass immigration reform. It's incredibly complicated as we've all seen over the years and you it's a hard thing to balance if you're also dealing with a crisis on the border so you're looking at two things at once you'll trying to manage the situation reporter while also pushing through reform which is ultimately what is going to make the most permanent change. What are the legislative prospects for that. Because the my cynical take on it. Maybe it was too cynical when this plan was announced. Was that this. This doesn't look like something that can get through congress but the biden administration knows and expects that the necessarily slow change of pace through the executive actions that they will take on immigration Maybe disappointing to certain certain people democratic party coalition and so they want to come out with this big ambitious proposal whether or not It actually can can pass congress in anything resembling this form of a sense. They are they really serious about trying to get this through congress. And what's the strategy for doing that. The way that the top white house officials are talking about this. Is that the bottom line. Is that some reform needs to happen because as much as you can change a policy Thirty at again. That's not gonna have permanent change. And i think daca for example is a great example of that it happened under obama. The obama administration they were already in limbo thrown more into limbo under the trump administration Through the courts in now dream act. It's been more than a decade if not too so the question is can we provide permanent change for them pat citizenship on top of some other Immigrants in the country those under temporary protected status and essential workers and so on. But i think right. We've seen this happened before. And we've seen reform attempts before we have to see the details of the legislation. Remember we've seen this summary but we haven't seen the fine context in so that it's going to be important in deciding the way forward. But i think something that had gathered at talking to folks is that i think there's a recognition that can be broken up into pieces so maybe it's not the full package but it's parts of it and moving through that piecemeal could be away forward lobby. What do you make of that. 'cause i look at this very narrow democratic majority in congress and republican party that i think has moved well to the right on immigration compared to where it was when george w bush was president. When you say that there needs to be a legislative solution. What do you see a path through the could actually get significant buy in from republicans and move through this congress. Yeah i mean. I think that it's going to be much more likely that pieces of this get broken off and you see different coalitions coming together for it i. It is a challenge with the makeup of the of the senate right now in particular. There's no question about it i mean. And and the senate's really where the ballgame because the democrats can do whatever they want in the house. I do think it's a challenge and probably is going to have to take a few years. I don't think it's something that's going to happen overnight. the politics of immigration to me have become remarkably frustrating. Because it seems to me at least from my perspective and again i may not be illustrative of a lot of people You know in my part of the political coalition. But i think this is one area that we have to get right and we have to get it right and not just because people's lives are at stake but also because the future of our country's success depends on it And i think fewer and fewer republicans unfortunately take that point of view I wish more would recognize that. This is a a really significant issue and that we do need to take action urgently on it because if we don't we're going to continue going into these back and forth cycles that end up becoming i think justice politically polarizing if not more than actually just having a debate over over the immigration law. And the time when we've had the opportunity to do it unfortunately we haven't been able to get there for different reasons. Some of which is related to republicans standing in the way back a few years ago. I could argue. Of course presidential leadership from president. Obama wasn't quite at the level. It should have been to to lead this effort. So maybe joe biden. We'll have a different approach. But i don't have an easy answer for you josh. Because the political environment right now is clearly not going to tolerate him. A big immigration reform. Bill maybe pieces of it can get through. Maybe there's a little bit more support for the dreamers. Even among some parts of the republican coalition but broad and and more comprehensive reform probably is gonna take some more time david. What do you think about that piecemeal approach. Because i know that's been controversial in the past one question. I mean for example. If you enact that dream act does that. Make it harder to do a broader a broader legalization of people who are currently living in the us without authorization. Because you've sort of broken off the most sympathetic part of that population. And so that's been part of why there's been a push historically among democrats to try to do immigration reform in a comprehensive way. Do you do you think. Piecemeal approaches is advisable. And do you think that there are key pieces of this that you could get through this congress. If you took a piecemeal approach. I think that was the initial theory and that that animated the idea of comprehensive immigration reform. I think now there's there's more of a sense that you need to make as much progress as you can. And if that means a standalone solution for dreamers then that's what it means. I obviously agree with lon he. This is going to be incredibly challenging. I i will say that. Republicans kind of shied away from immigration in the two thousand twenty cycle and that includes president trump who really didn't talk about immigration very much There have been changes if you look at public opinion polling in terms of more sympathy for Immigration more approval of it that doesn't necessarily raise to the political levels of the republican party. Which is why. I think it's going to be challenging. But it is interesting that whereas in two thousand sixteen trump really ran on a very restriction est approach to immigration. He did not do that In his reelection campaign suggesting that there was enough blowback from the policies that he did put into place that it was it was difficult for him to to continue on that path. And maybe that down. The road pays a dividend in terms of a broader solution on immigration. I don't think the republican party is there right now. the question of whether you can get bits and pieces Is is one that should be explored. But i'm not sure that that's going to make much much headway either. What i would say is you know with respect to immigration. You're going to have executive discretion any way you slice it even if you get a comprehensive bill there's going to be bits You know parts of this that are going to have to be managed by the department of homeland security and customs and border protection in so on. And the quickest way to make progress. Right now i would think is to end the sort of nickel and dining of immigrants that is being done right now Under the trump administration if you've filled out a certain form and didn't you know at a certain dash something or didn't didn't put in a line. And i know this from experience from people who i know have worked through the system you would get denied and it was just a constant struggle for people in the immigration system to manage a moving target. Which was the way in which these forms had to be filled out and so on and so just a relaxation of that and making that just the slightest bit more welcoming. I think would would go a longer way. Maybe then it would look like at first glance a priscilla before we go. We're about to get what i would say is the first really prominent vote in this congress on immigration. But it's it's not a legislative vote. It's a confirmation vote on alejandro may orcas to be the to be the secretary of homeland. Security this is the first cabinet nomination where you've had republicans use a filibuster enforce Force democrats to overcome that filibuster which only takes fifty votes for for nomination but it adds some some some amount of time to the to what it takes to get the nomination through the senate. So what do you make of the controversy over mayor. Orcas is that basically just a proxy fight over immigration policy and and how much republican support is may orcas likely to get for his ultimate confirmation. I think we saw some divisions during the committee. Vote so the first vote that he had to undergo romney who said that he would vote for europe. S at johnson. Who is more skeptical. So we saw some factions within the republican party who had skepticism about and the way he would approach immigration the way he would approach the border wall and border security But i think this is a good time as any to remind listeners that the department of homeland security has not had a confirmed secretary since april twenty nineteen so that's nearly two years of functioning under acting leadership and many leaders at that so this is an incredibly important moment in the department of homeland security to once again have permanent confirmed leadership that can lead the direction during a time. That's all we focus on immigration but also domestic threats in cybersecurity. So we will see that. Vote on monday in anticipate that he'll be confirmed monday evening and continue to see the out of announcements after route from the white house. Priscilla alvarez in immigration reporter at cnn. Thank you very much priscilla. Thank you. I've been talking with david day. And if the american prospect and lonnie chen of the hoover institution we will be back to talk for some reason about game. Stop left right and center. You're hearing civilized yet. Provocative opinions from all sides now. We need to know what you think. Tweet us at l. Kcrw extreme all episodes of left right and center and our companion show. All the president's lawyers at kcrw dot com slash podcasts. Or from the kcrw. Back again with left right and center. I'm your host. Josh barrow on the right is lawn. Chen fellow at the hoover institution on left as david. Dan executive editor of the american prospect. Something very stupid has been happening on wall street this week. The video game retailer game stop which was trading around eighteen or twenty dollars a share a month ago has soared to three hundred dollars off enthusiasm from read it message board. It's part of a broader trend of individual investors piling into stocks. Certain hedge funds have been selling short. The funds have been betting stocks will go down because for example game stop is unprofitable and physical retail of video. Games is declining business. But when other investors start buying like crazy at forces shortsellers to start buying stock too because they have to cover their increasingly costly short positions that buying stock up higher and drives other shortstop by this is called a short squeeze which pushes the price up and it's causing a lot of pain at certain hedge funds that probably got into recklessly large short positions and game. Stop in the first place. But the end result of this is going to be that lots of retail investors. Many of them unsophisticated. You can look at the app store downloads. And you can see how robin hood. The trading app is number one download on on the on the iphone. This week. they're buying game. Stop at a price that implies it's worth as much as best buy which is a much bigger company that actually makes money. So what's going to happen to them. When the fat is over and game stop falls back to a price that reflects its actual financial prospects. This is a finance story but it also is significant political elements the retail game. Stop buyers have gotten rhetorical support from populist politicians on the right and on the left ted cruz in alexandria. Ocasio cortez both wanted to know why retail brokers were restricting purchases of game. Stop just as the company. Stock was going crazy tweeted. We now need to know more about robin hood. Apps decision to block retail investors from purchasing stock while hedge funds are freely able to trade the stock as they see fit so david is equal access to stupid investments a left principal now because this is a talking point. I've heard a lot from the right. We've had arguments over the last few years about whether it should be easier for regular people to invest in private companies. A lot of people on the left of warned that this is something that will open up investors to scam. S- isn't that you know shouldn't shouldn't we be a little more concerned about retail investors. Getting into this rather than being so focused on protecting their access you said at the top there. That's something stupid happening on wall street this week. And i would broaden that out that something stupid always happens on wall street The the original sin here was the hedge funds. Taking extremely large positions insuring the season and other stocks and in fact hedge funds like citadel are profiting incredibly off the order flow from robin hood. And they're apparently pretty good evidence that they are in milliseconds before they make those trades on behalf of retail investors there what is known as front running. The trades by a user high-speed trading outlets to make the trade right before a game at the editor's make the trade so Stupid things happen all the time. I think what this episode shows is that there is a certain amount of market manipulation on wall street. That is intolerable. And that The the the system that was set up and that lore suggested is still true that that these these stocks reflect the expected. Future profits are some sort of productive activity that they're doing is is rather artificial and so. I think that this should lead to a broader inspection of these markets and what is actually happening regarding manipulation within them. Fortunately the biden administration has gary gins gansler Who is pretty aggressive regulator about to be placed as the head of the securities and exchange commission. I think he should undergo a significant amount of investigation and regulation to look at the broader implications of. What's happening here lawn Ducey policy lessons in this episode. Well i mean this is the challenge right. It's not clear to me. And i've i've talked to some folks in a little bit of thinking research on this myself. It's just not clear to me with the right policy. Intervention is in this case. Look by the problem with game. Stop is that you walk in. You can't find anything i mean. That's the problem with game. Stop but beyond that. It's not it's it's just that it's not clear to me that What is the right policy lever to pull so for. Example is the question. Do we need to make sure that. Investors have a better sense of financial literacy before they start trading You know in in things that potentially could get them into a lot of trouble in financial literacy was very hot Back in the dodd. Frank era when when the dodd frank act was first legislated and signed into law Fell off a little bit during the trump administration you know. Should we be requiring enhanced consumer disclosures you know. Is that something we would look at it. It's not clear to me what the exact intervention is to address the issue at hand and for that reason it feels to me like this is a a story That has captured people's minds in part because of some of the companies involved some of the companies are kind of icon in certain circles. The there's a lot of intrigue around this back and forth david and goliath between the retail investors and the big institutional investors but at the end of the day beyond sort of you know elizabeth warren saying we got to do something about this and ted cruz saying yeah. We gotta do something about this and saying the same at the end. I'm left a little bit unsatisfied. Because it's not clear to me. What the exact intervention is and what it is. What's the problem we're trying to solve for in this situation. We are we trying to say that. Hedge funds can't take large short positions. I don't think that's that that's a good policy conclusion at all. Are we saying that. Investors shouldn't be allowed to do the kind of high volume trading their Then that's gonna put a whole bunch of people out of business who are retail investors. So it's just not clear to me what the right intervention is and so at the end of the day. I don't think this is a policy problem so much as it's a it's a financial markets social kind of story and you know we'll have to see where it goes but to me at least there doesn't seem to be an immediate policy. Answer here i think there are a number of policy answers And maybe they come from my own idiosyncratic perspective. But i don't think hedge funds should exist. I think you should close the loopholes. In the investment company in the investment advisers act of nineteen forty that allow them to flourish. And that would mandate disclosure but also altered their fee structures eliminate the use of leverage. Which of course spins up these things into much larger positions than they could otherwise be if you repealed section two of nine of the national securities markets improvement act of nineteen ninety six which allowed endowments and pension funds to get into hedge funds making them increase tenfold. In seven years. You go a long way to tapping down. The i feel very unproductive activity in the public markets. You can crackdown on market manipulation. Like pump and dump schemes which be game. Stop thing is a form of quite frankly The sec could do that without new legislation. The federal reserve and the financial stability oversight council restricts bank lending to hedge funds which again uses leverage to increase these positions massively and create a lot of cascading problems potentially through the system. And you can. Ban certain speculative trading products that have no real productive value. I would say naked short selling where you're selling and trading and making bets on stocks that you don't own is one of them or the circumstance which was true in game stops case where the short selling position is more than one hundred percent of the existing stock. I think there's a lot that you can do. And then the final thing would be Go vian tax that you would use. Normally if you want to discourage certain activity which would be a financial transaction tax on short term place so i think there are a number of policy things that this episode illuminates things that i think should have been done a long time ago but i think that that the fact that the what we see right now in the markets has has transpired. I think it's it's shown a bright spotlight on these issues. And i think that The biden team should take action. I i want to stick up for the usefulness of price discovery and how the markets are not ordinarily so stupid as they are this week and the usefulness of short-selling which is to say that you know i i think it is a good first approximation but stock prices reflect the expected future earnings of companies. Because that's why the stock market goes up over time and it moves up. It moves in line with with after tax corporate profits which move somewhat in line with with economic growth although things change what share of the economy cut show up as after-tax corporate profits if stock prices were basically random. You wouldn't have that long run upward trend in the reason that we focus not just on this story but you have. Conversations about is tesla's valuation reasonable does uber's valuation make any sense people talk about those because those companies are weird normally you expect the valuation of a company to line up with its actual financial performance. Which we should want for a number of reasons because that makes it easier for companies that have better prospects to raise capital also because executives are compensated based on how the stock does so hopefully the stock the move in the stock price ought to be associated with the with the underlying economic condition of the company otherwise executives are being paid to do the wrong thing but then shortsellers play play a small but significant role in this ecosystem. Which is to say that when you have companies that are overvalued. They're the ones who actually put money on the line and try to expose why they're overvalued and that can be. That could be valuable in. You'll listening to the heartland news feed radio network at live dot heartland uc dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. Another big change at our southern border. I'm pam puzo out fox news. 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Thorpe starring in an episode of broadly is my beat from seventy one years ago january thirty first nineteen fifty the roberto sagarra murder cates. And we thank you for tuning in on this sunday. Thirty first day of january thirty first day of the year. Three hundred thirty four days remaining until we get to twenty twenty two confederate general robert e lee became general in chief of the confederate forces on this date in eighteen sixty five three and marketed. Scotch tape for the first time on this date in one thousand nine hundred forty. The green hornet radio show debuted on this date in nineteen thirty six in one thousand nine hundred forty five army private eddie. Smoke executed the first american soldiers since the civil war to be executed for desertion president. Truman announced program to develop the hydrogen bomb on this date. In one thousand nine hundred fifty three students a junior high school playground in picacoma california among the eight persons killed on this date in nineteen fifty seven following the mid air collision between the douglas dc seven airliner and northrop f eighty nine scorpion fighter jet above the san fernando valley section of la the first successful launch of an american satellite into orbit on this date in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight cape canaveral florida and a final checkup for the seventy foot. Jupiter about to put the explorer into orbit around the the success of the russian sputnik and the failure of medical van. God projects must have been in. The minds of all consent is the moment for firing live. United states is ready to play in place. Its first satellite into orbit. Ask first plane. We can see the way. Maybe a great sigh of relief accompanied the explorer as it saw way into space. Exactly according to plan excerpt from bbc radio. James van allen discovered the van allen radiation belt on this date in one thousand nine hundred. Fifty eight ham. The chimp traveled into outer space on a mercury redstone rocket on this date in one thousand nine hundred sixty one. After thirty seven day. Pause president johnson ordered the resumption of airstrikes in vietnam in nineteen sixty six on this monday morning and vietnam at my direction actor complete and thorough consultation and agreement with the government of south vietnam. United states aircraft have resumed action in north vietnam was on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight president reagan spoke at a memorial service honoring the crew of the space shuttle challenger who were killed. Lift up three days earlier. Sometimes when we reach for the stars we fall short but we must pick ourselves up again in press on despite the pain. Nation is indeed fortunate that we can still draw on immense reservoirs are courage and character and fortitude that. We're still blessed with heroes like those of the space shuttle challenger dating mike judy l. ron. Greg kristen's families in your country and more new passing. We vigil goodbye and we will never forget you over ten thousand more on hand for the ceremony. The first russian. Mcdonald's opened in moscow on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and it was on this date in nineteen ninety-two howard cosell retired by after cosell's wipe died of heart attack. Two years earlier the sportscasters health began to fail. He would die of cardiac. Embolism three years later. At the age of seventy seven president clinton authorized a twenty billion dollar loan to mexico on this date. In nineteen ninety-five to stabilize its economy in the netherlands a scottish court convicted libyan and acquitted another for their part in the bombing of pan. Am flight. one. Oh three which crashed into lockerbie scotland in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight in two thousand four mystery science theater three thousand ended. Its run on the sci-fi channel. It's still around today. Though in reruns particularly on puto the child molestation trial of superstar. Michael jackson began in california on this date. In two thousand five jackson himself would appeal to the public for a fair trial and the last few weeks. A large amount of malicious information has been released into the media about me. Apparently this information was leaked through transcripts in a grand jury proceeding. Were neither my lawyers in her. I ever appeared. The information is disgusting and false and in two thousand. Six samuel alito assumed office as the one hundred tenth supreme court justice of the us among those passing away on this date the inventor of fm radio edwin armstrong author aa mill. Me from the winnie the pooh series samuel goldwyn the movie executive and jazz drummer cozy cole. This is the birth date of composer. Franz schubert writer zane grey actor singer. Eddie cantor actress. Talulah bankhead hauling. Who has a much lower voice and mine had mature voice in mind. Comedian gary moore singer. Mario lanza actress. Carol channing writer journalist. Norman mailer actor james franciscus and actress. Suzanne push it from the airplane. And beverly hills cop series. Jonathan banks is seventy four. Casey of casey and the sunshine band seventy years old today the sex pistols johnny rotten is sixty four fit finlay pro wrestler sixty three. His son is active in new japan pro wrestling and doing quite well. Thank you from cocktail. And roadhouse kelly lynch sixty two actress minnie. Driver is fifty one from scandal. Kerry washington is forty. Four and justin. Timberlake is forty. Though some of the people who celebrate the thirty first day of january is their birthday. 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You look down on broadway and watch. It generates own heat. Like i was doing for my office window headquarters then. A call came from a shy caller. He preferred to be anonymous. He said and he gave an address and he said better come there. He said not to knock to walk right in and is disguised. Voice couldn't disguise the urgency in it. So i went. The address was on one hundred sixteenth street just up amsterdam. A section where. The posters are in spanish and furtive. Laughter mixes likely with dimly heard. Tangled streep was docked. All house numbers. I beg your pardon. works numbers to twelve. Thanks opened up. It's the place okay. i'm coming in. She sat there like death. Also only fingers moved whipping. The strings of the guitar black hair spread over of shoulders and frozen is a single tier near her sprawled on the floor. Man a man in the knife in his heart. Dead man what happened here. Was this man. The hands lost guitar searched for the body twisted slowly to the floor. Even in the moment of her final embrace of shock and nothingness the movement or somehow exquisite dance like the pattern. They made the girl and the boy was a pattern of torment and death. Then the cold site calif murder began. The dead boy's wallet established him as roberta's agora. This room was his home doctor. Since reported that the boy had been dead for three hours probably killed at about nine o'clock. The girl was christina perez. She was an extreme shock and should be taken home she was. I waited until morning to go back to something. Send your clover of the police. I wanna talk. To christina paris lees. coming senior. Argue is necessary. I granted the permission of donen. Puerto the father of christina saying and you'll your is the child of my body. Also i am the mother of christine. We tear for a moment. Piece said curse and yada policy in your program and peer in. I am done it by the senior heritage of my forefathers demands. I say you are welcome in my house. But i would not say the reason that i abhor your presence. I was told i needed your permission. To talk to christina see Asking him for it. Have you observed in your that. Your feet are standing on the tiles of the immortal artist. Goya everything else in my house is at least equal value. Some possessions are even boy extraordinarily. I'm happy for you to christina whereas even more extraordinarily more delicate more fragile christina is such you mean cancer. I think i have made it plain. No advance auto. It's all cluttered up. Explain it to me. Own doctor said my christina was in shock. You do not believe your workmanlike doctors. Yeah i do dr since. He's a good workman. He said christina should be over it by now knife physician says no. And now you must go. Sanya must have many official duties. I'm glad you said that. I do like the murdered boy. Roberta's agora did you know him. He was not committed in my house. Still christina was in love with. She was not. She was not now tweets but she was with him when he was dying and dead. Maybe she was with him when someone put a knife into him. This will have to wait to find out samuel. Only until mike's steen as well till you up permitted to see. I ll wait. Keep watching over christina. Don't want to get lost at ytl. She's in your custody. Is that plane at wto. Donald wendell perez smiled his finest castilian smiled of make. It known that was play. He made it even plainer by looking my hat on my head then staring me out of the door. I called headquarters. They had a couple of things. They'd searched roberta's room and noted that the only bright spot in the otherwise drab walk up was a color photograph of christina perez. And then they may be important thing. Berto had a roommate one. Johnny martinez a dishwasher. They told me because they checked in a restaurant on one hundred twelfth street. That's where i went to see johnny martinez pena's johnny martinez now down these dish jenny. Montana's i seen you before. Maybe my back was turned. 'cause i don't remember you. You're boxer aren't you. I've seen you to fight. Must have come early to see me. Now what better than the first four around berlin in one fight never left me. I'm from the police. My name's danny clover. What you've been doing and doing a jail for a year and a day. Tuesday will be an anniversary. Might be not three months while the get your for tempted robbery with a weapon stuck a shiva a small man with glasses. He knew over the head with a briefcase. And knock me cool. Los ed like lost the else. You roomed with roberta girl. I did not see wouldn't be know any reason why should be murdered. Sure somebody hit him. You know me they say. Roberta was killed at nine last night. I was hilton ten thirty eight hours all the time as to provide. Yeah tell me about roberta johnny. What was he clever. Guy with long sideburns a family treatment guadalajara. Maybe a buck thirty five in his pocket like me. You're a bitter boy. I read write papers. Roberto member would. Do you know christina paris. I'm not to store. your club. Takes a second to gather up all the nice things about her during a mental smile. That way do you norcal. have you talked to. He looked at it. All this year loved borough. I know now what the bird was dead now. I can try my best now. Get haircuts be a gentleman in the week so christina will smile because i'll say something that will amuse any else. Yeah what a do last night. What were his plan. Same as always spent the evenings at papa candelaria place. I guess last night too but uppercut loria. What's that upstairs private club for. The natives clue tried twelve. Oh three on his sixteenth street. There's legitimate they open at nine pm. Thanks johnny i'll see yes sure look loosely. Hello cheat who sent you. Hello. what's your name kim. joe. Joe joe larrea. I am eleven years old eight th grade and when case i am allowed to stay up until twelve o'clock at night. What's your name g. Danny clover danny an act dot names then. You won't mind that. I'm from the police until mine. I am delighted. You are my brother. My brother i a. I'm a private private. You spanish private. I oh bet. You're good joe bittersweet hearts nothing escapes from it. Nine mike keenan talegen only last night. I signed big black car with two hoodlums sitting in it will be injuries machineguns joan. The other day. I found a ladies club one and then you. She was in desperate trouble because she behind one club and this was a break it up job. Ah get in there into the club. Is it all right. Oh you are an case to agile. And that's the way it is a case we understand as a fellow professional it speak further. I understand it's a room at the end of the hall brother. Thanks pal but like sweethearts. I go back to my boss. The room at the end of the hall was without windows. It's walls whitewashed a better display the pollsters of gypsy dancers in scarlet of both fighters gold and wounded balls on yellow sand shadows of the men that fill the room were black and of great depth over at all hung availa cigar smoke and the older of licks at the center cleared. Space dancing to savage music was christina. Pass like some animal and watching her little marble type table. Was your father your position at what he prescribed. This data from nazi acknowledge is supply. Modest makes me ill to be detected when she dances. What do you want send your. I put christine in your custody because you said she was sick to talk to me. She got better faster than she had. Ads you say senior. She got better fast. New still wish to speak with ha. Yeah i wish ni- casino is in her dressing is through those customs and donna hall. Yeah what what was an was pounding offer love. You are listening to. Broadway's my beat written by morton. Fine and david. Regan and starring. 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But in another point johnson expressing belief that the prospect wars diminishing despite the russian attitude he wrote while we must recognize the bitter to that there can be no real peace and security so as our pre world is bided by the signatures shadow of an aggressive totalitarian -tarian power which has persistently refused to cooperate with its democratic neighbors and which has repeatedly demonstrated hostility to our form government. We have good that. The prospects of averting another world conflict are steadily improving. Senator tidings democrat of maryland chairman of the senate armed services committee urged last night. The us go ahead with the development of the hydrogen bomb saying our failure to have it could invite attack tidings the second major senate committee him to come out flatly for development h-bomb which reported will be eight to one thousand times more powerful than president atomic weapons communications workers of america yesterday signal. The start of a nationwide telephone strike at six. Am february eighth a week from tomorrow by ordering one hundred thousand telephone workers off their jobs at that. Our union president. Joseph a bearing said the strike would then force a general stoppage of telephone service. I setting up picket lines of almost every exchange in the country. Meanwhile senator byrd. The democratic virginia demanded the senate call on president truman to crack down on the coal strike immediately or risk a critical situation in a period of hours even as the virginian spoke to the senate tumen was believed poised to step into the worsening situation after a warning head of white house. Intervention failed to halt new walkouts. Us air force plane engaged in the search for a missing cpt. Four with forty four persons aboard was three hours overdue on its scheduled return to white house yukon territories base. America's treatment of its negro citizens will determine india's course of action in the cold war with russia. That's the doctor. M w johnson president of howard university who recently returned from all india conference attended by five other american educators. Ann arbor michigan firemen stood by and watched when they arrived at the home of charles andrews to extinguish the small fire it seems andrews had retired despite cheap in nineteen thirty nine and had the blaze under control. When vincent m done of mound clements michigan lays down. The law was white betty jane he throws it right back in. Seems the dunnes receive their law degrees together and both are in practice in those are some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of tuesday january thirty first one thousand nine hundred fifty on your radio. Broadway is my beat. Which next on this sunday edition of classic radio theatre balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. 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Eight seven seven four three seven four seven eight one call now eight seven seven four three seven four seven eight one eight seven seven four three seven four seven eight one points in ability by state on our monday edition of classic radio theater. An episode of missing andy from sixty eight years ago. That'd be worry. I nineteen fifty three. It seems mama has a crush on percival taylor jackson and plans to marry him and when the king fish learns he's gonna lose one hundred dollars a month rent that mama's win paying he decides to try to break up the wedding plans that's on mondays. Classic radio theatre but now the conclusion of this sunday edition. Broadway is my beat starring. Larry thor from seventy one years ago today. January thirty first nineteen fifty. Broadway is a place that hardly ever gets. Excited takes the wedding of award to do that. All the opening of the music comedy the best response you can expect for murdered. Boy and a cheap room is polite applause. This for maintaining the violent death rate of the city and the man can lie in an alley and a torture. Painful sleep broadway tiptoes right by the next morning. The man can walk down the subway steps. Liping blood off his face. Rob broadway turn. Its back tired movie. They've seen before. I know all this because it happened to me. No one gave me a backward glance until i return to headquarters then. I got clucked over by two mother. Hands at the infirmary. Dr since key being efficient and sergeant tagliabue being nurse. does it. stand hurts well. don't you worry about a thing. Just that you should get keagan. Just at your head should look symmetrical in danny. This is an interesting formation. You got on top bump on top of a lump. I could write it up for the journal. Sticker dc talk. Read me what you got. So fun at agra. Yes sure danny schorr dino matter suspects. We have none for the following reasons. The deceased rob waco sikora being deceased at nine o'clock that lets out johnny martinez who was at his place of business until ten. Thirty judge saying yards. And you're peres in each other's company until ten pm check and about the girl christine hamilton. A table danny. This might hide. Stood out with that stuff. Is the bottle then. A doctor's free sample tomato laboratory semi this morning vice time. I drive to good. Sign christina gaining. Not only don't we get an alibi from us. We don't get hurry to fuse missing. Gummy what hey. Get back onto tabled anywhere. Do you think you're going. I got only one place to go dock giving a squad car tiger kick yet. I was here last night. You must have seen me. You know who i am. You mean. you don't understand english right hard. Pop the police police understand. Try this. I was beaten up here last night. This could make trouble for public on a of big trouble. The fuck under larrea. Your sifi candelaria off. Christina pez papa. What does that do the film. We mean yuppie. Yeah peres right. Where she she was here. Last night she disappeared grease years. My brothers danny clovio joel. Mike glad to see you name to see us to move that the case i was working on a neck with think also george wallace. And i want you to do something for me. Take anything danny you are. My brother wanted translate for me. I have to ask you some questions. He doesn't understand english. So i want you to translate for me please. Then he is my brother. Please speak to him all right. Jose i would tell him. Oh then you senior. I do speak english. I only tell you this because it is the wish of my son whom i love. You will find christina fit. Mother had the convent of can pay off five. You are my brother is now a the. Both of us are danny theatrical. Thankful me and youtube get. Thanks brother the convent of saint. Cecilia stood high morning drive. Assistant lead me through a courtyard and into a gravestone building and into a room a large room simply furnished away and she left. It was fifteen minutes before the doors. Swing softly open again. Send your daughter christine but didn't seem surprised assuming. They walked through a cast-iron bench and sat down folded. Their hands wait perez. Who was it that he sent you difficult to believe. This is difficult you mr like that. It's useless to hide from the police. Why are you hiding christina. My mother thought it was the best way. That still doesn't explain very much. You're wearing roberta's apartment. They found him dead dancing. When you should have been sick you ran away when you should have been available style up top and see why i was supposed to meet the burnt-out around april mr and the ninety eight. I went to his place to look worth. I danced because my father wished to look at me dancing. I do not disobey my fath- under any circumstances. Never mr clover isn't a fool. You'll find out enough enough already too much. And i ran away because my mother wished me to runaway disobey my mother either. Tell me something christina domain. But roberto i love your father. What was his reaction to. Roberta had a roommate johnny martinez. What about him. My father hated him. The impression that your father hated anyone who had an emotion about you and your parents is. Even i tell you this because you should know it i tell you he. Is you return to your parents. You understand flies in your life. I'm beginning to now christina. Gonna do now. Depends on you mr clock. Am i arrested. Stay right here. Who the good. Don't worry about anything you say is true. Your husband had his own type motive for killing roberto except for one thing and that is he just couldn't identify your alibi for nine o'clock was with you on the murder was done. Reapparance sank to unease to the black. Clay shaw close about half. The thing is clasped hands moving endlessly in a kind of fun leading vagana. Voiceless prayer christina looked at me for a long time is empty staring at the door. I turn back for a moment. Christina had not changed just hard to believe this was the girl who danced with fury and like flame and headquarters nothing added. Nothing took shape with their alibis too hard. Coal unbreakable no one. It seems around one. Roberta girl was murdered. They had reason to be there but they had made it. They were somewhere else. Then you you have a visit element busy. I'm out anything linked. Danny i drive but use your visit. There is not like me. See thumb josemi ncua. Joe joe attia joel. Look good. I'm pretty busy right now. short okay. Joel how would you like to have sergeant tag show. You're on police headquarters. Lv super teams. Danny schorr kid. Thank joe around the everything. The works short and he should come on. Let's goes eight. Wait a minute sergeant. I i must tell janis all solve my case. That guard a glove is solved. It's hard to wait a minute. What's this about the blackout joy. You're always talking about very mysterious. Then is that car was standing there for a long time with all his windows open. Looks bad. I don't know about that but it is moving through because they were so cold at night so cool. I wore my hoppy shirt and my hoppy jacket and my hoppy hat. Where was this card though in front of the house on his favorite. When was the night before last. That's night before last. Eleven o'clock by mickey mouse watch. Who was in the car. Joel said there were two men. Did you recognize him. See where they joel. Who were they. Do not ask me any second ward. Detectives should tell the detectives joe when he has something important. I cannot tell you that. Because i am not a good detective. I'm only enough faith. Dick dick i cannot tell you now. I cannot t police headquarters. Sure sure you can see it. Go onto the brother. Joe around san your clover. Yeah sanyo clobber. It might be. You have come to me. You found my christina. Yeah that too. Let's go inside and it's warm in here not cold outside and she senior. You have no light to comment can go badly you for all of us. You and i must go to her. She's at the convent of saint cecilia with her mother. Don't bother with your padded landau. You want need luck. You won't need them. We'll bring christina to you. she wants. We'll let her visit. You sell you trying to tell same. I'm not trying to why it's easy to say you're under arrest for the murder of bread a cigar. It had me fooled while for a long time. Such an airtight alibi. All because we felt the boy was mortared of nine o'clock. You have a reason to believe it was at another time. Yeah say around. Eleven was needed water killing him then letting his body. Sit in your car in the cold air. So rigor mortis would set in quickly. You talk with the mouth of the indiana brought them to his room because it was warm there. Dr cincy figured the boy been dead for three hours. Because that's how long rigor mortis might take a warm room but in the cold in a car with open windows. It doesn't take so long ago you are right. It is a good way to kill a good way to deceive the stupid ones of the law. Yeah yeah we're pretty stupid eduardo. We don't understand how it means to possess things like goya tiles or daughter. Christina your christina you've killed at a keep yourself your weather now one good enough for christina but you is as you say in your no good enough so i had rogue bethel kill. You had to help. Of course i do not soil my hands on necessarily saying you're johnny. Martinez helped me. Why should he do that. Because i promised him christina but you send your are you. I need to know health. I will kill you with my own hands on wanted braves. Yeah does that. Give it to drop. Got the dough to frighten you at school adviser. You gotta be booked for murder. I get the johnny martinez later. Well johnny welcome eavesdropping nana. Don't turn around that pete. Did mike gun. Just keep in mind the next important mind. You can come to headquarters still johnny. You should should've killed him last night when you knock him unconscious right you say so justice before you do. Johnny would like to nevada know about what. Hey y'all gun. I'm pointing at you. Johnny shoots me under slammed the react to grab onto something when fully hits me. The trigger of his gun. Maybe then you're liable to be shot had killed. Maybe got a point. Well what do you want to do. Like i was saying. Let's go get for murder rob. It's an enchanted island or a desert of dust crazy dance that starts off wild and lines down to what third and blues time looking at one lane magician pitch golden mirrors jeweled found. Then you blink. And the whole thing to solve pans of flooding and feet against the wall of cordova with its broadway scotties. The most the milem worth broadway fraud ways. Be stars larry four as detective. Danny over with charles calvert. Musical score was composed by alexander. Courage on conducted by wilbur hatch and the program was produced and directed by elliott lewis. Tony barrett genetic nolan. Herb butterfield gakushuin michael barrett and are mondo corral from january thirty. First nineteen fifty. Broadway is my beat on this sunday edition of classic radio theatre. Hope you'll take the time to come visit my web page. Classic radio dot stream there. You can stream if you miss a show on this station. You don't have to it altogether. 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James stewart as the shooter transcribe series of radio dramas based on the life of the texas plains men who wandered through the western territories leaving behind trail still remembered legend snow during the night. Thank wet snow. The pine trees and bank over the boulders turn them white and i found myself lying under a good heavy six inches of. I'm going to walk up on scar. He looked like a white whiskered borough of standing decide what was left of the campfire trying to shave himself dry. No i take it easy boy. The fire started against the would. I'd gathered up the night before. Pretty wet so i got a hand act out emma. Pack now headed over toward a little hill about a quarter of a mile away since the wind had been from the north. I figured some of the brush on the far side might still be. Drying up burned very easy climbing a couple times one in germany. What the snow was already beginning to melt fast. Even though the sun hadn't slashed in this guy and that meant we'd be able to start off on our show them stuff thin down to mostly mud water. I at the crest of the hill and looked around. The south side sliced away at a good charbonnet on grounds. Very dry. A spot on a couple of dead oak saplings. Lying on the ground about ten boming seemed likely they'd get out to on. I kinda surprised to find oaks grown at this altitude even so some ball scar probably jack rabbit or squirrel sure was a lot of iraq and like him get upset. And let's That wasn't a jack rabbit as a whole lot. More than that dropped my accent. I climb back to the top of the hill. I climb son was engine over the rim of spooner range and i the reflection off the snow blind. Got my eyes focused. I i saw the fella standing aside scar trying to cinch. The saddle bag joe. We looked up for a minute stood. There are no exactly what to do night. Sunny jerk the leather titan. 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"I see w. e. p. that's rick weap- dot org. That's our coalition page. And they can take a look at that. We've got a really well. Put together a website that some of our yeah r. I c. w. e. p. quite a cueto acronym there but that's all of us and We've got our message on there. We have our safety protocols. All our plants what we wanna do to take care of you next year. Safe structured events safe structured events is the name of the game because like we've heard We need structure because when people are in home environments. That's where we see this virus being spread. What's going to happen. And and we've seen it in toy twenty that if people cannot just human nature people cannot have the wedding that they want inside of the venue than they are going to pitch a tent in the backyard. And they're just going to go for it and they're not gonna follow rules and they're not gonna follow state guidelines so that's human nature. That's what we're up against. So we want to get these weddings back into licensed. Caterers hands inside of venue where we can have these structured events and get us all back to work. So that's that's what we're trying to accomplish here. We've got that safety protocol in place and we are going to be working in that pilot. A pilot program also knows a mock wedding and we're going to get all of us. I think we're all excited. We're all excited to get dressed up in Fake a wedding least thrilled professionals. So we do we do events this is what we do and that's why our rallies have been so great because we clan and execute dance In a great professional manner so we want to go ahead and do that. And we're thankful that commerce. Dvr are all talking to us into that. We cannot have those lines of communication open We're gonna tell them what we're going to keep everybody safe and having a great time next year taxes so take off from computers. You have my permission. I listen thank you so much for joining joining tonight. I really appreciate i never having me. We We will get together again soon in key in the next month or so and and just do something on photography for forty five minutes and really get into the nitty gritties because again like our next guest is well. It's it's an activity that that the amateur can engage in. Have a lot of fun with it. And then start to respect the differences between a professional photographer professional chef of restaurant as opposed to what they kind of pulled together. And once once you be you gain access to that type of perspective that's when we'll everything changes so So faith dugan photography of newport but servicing really over an island in southern new england doing wedding photography but also all types of corporate photography stills pets family weddings events folks again. The mantra here is we need to support ourselves. Rhode islanders need to reach out to rhode islanders and again help the tribe. Help us help us. All kind of wind through this our best support will come from each other. Not from sources Our understanding in our empathy and respect can only grow during these difficult times. What's focused on that as a positive and get life back to whatever normal will ever mean again as quickly as possible and the first way that you can do. That is find a way to employ a local rhode islander find a way to support their business in any manner that you see fit at whatever level that you personally can afford faith. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much pat and dave. It was great to meet you as well. I'm gonna see you in south county commons. And your job's location. Where i frequently am up there doing those adoption days with the dog rescue and i live down here in south county. So i'll come see you guys down there. Thank you so much of a great night. Everybody so dave levesque. We finally get together. We finally meet after all this time. Now in the spirit of full disclosure as folks now. I run a political organization along with a group of people and are early. Events were held at this place called brutal awakenings and they add this over on bull hill row. They of this spectacular meeting room and the propriety of the proprietor of this new place was willing to use that room for the benefit of all sorts of folks in the community and we never got a chance to me. And i promise him that the lease could because it. What's the foremost important. Words of any rhode islander a blood oath a sacred testament that always rhode island. I owe you one dave. I owed you on for quite a while so before before. But before we talk about your business i just wanna ask one really blunt question to put everything in. Perspective davis brute awakenings. How many rhode island teenagers has brewed. Awakenings represented their very first job. Gotta be we've been in business for twenty three twenty four years so i would say it's it's going to be hundreds of thousands probably at any one time. We had one hundred sixteen hundred eighteen people employed last year You know that was at a peak And you have you ever turn around because it's not a permanent place. A lot of people to steppingstone. You know you go into first job. Second job part time job so there's a lot of transition so it's it's probably in the thousands i would i what you know besides the food. We'll talk a lot about that but besides the food besides the beautiful spots besides the the all the different offerings you had in terms of food and adult beverages in coffees would always impressed me the most. Because i venture places more than i told you. was the folks working there Very often you know Younger people managing young people And that's the nature of the restaurant business. That's the nature of hospitality business. A lot of young people working hard work. It's demanding requires a number of talents. You know your ability to work with people your ability to prepare food your ability to maintain a clean clean space for that hospitality. And if there's been any benefits any of these aren rescue programs is shows folks that restaurants and running them or not for the faint of heart. There are astonishing set of technical and facility styles skills at neat. One needs to employ just opened the door every morning. And the reason. I brought up the the young people is at every. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners. And we want to help you. 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And i've been to your locations. Dozens of times Has been courteous efficient. Well trained and probably since a lot of them this is maybe their first or second job ever really getting an understanding of the responsibility of work and simultaneously helping save up money for tuitions or or in some cases helping support their family and say it's rhode island in new england. These are difficult times so when you talk about being part of the community it's more than just is truly is a two-way investment because organizations like yours are hiring hundred hundred fifty at a time. All that money is staying local. It's not going out to some far flung franchise office it's not going docu. Evaporating in the vapor of some big multinational company. Rude awakenings is a local organization employing rhode islanders and investing if you will every day in their lives and the lives of suppliers all over the state. I just i needed to say that. I need to get that off my chest. Because i don't think thank you understand the commitment that you have is part of your business. What business brings to a community. When it's locally owned lakers so again. I congratulate you for the years of business being successful rhode island entrepreneur in one of the more difficult and challenging states in the nation. And i say that with love thank you so tell how. How tell us your story. How did you get. I mean again. Not not not for. The faint of heart is opening up restaurants ever mind multiple. Spur spots yep. Well it's been a long road. It's it's not long time ago. Twenty three twenty four years ago It was an idea. You actually had a photo my mom in the screen a minute ago. she had mentioned one day with another business. I had a coffee shop next door to this existing business we had called bella baskets a gift basket store and and that's how it started. We started selling coffee and muffins and eventually sold the basket store to rocks produce and and all of a sudden quake waking expanded years later. We opened up another location in providence. you know kind of didn't really know what we're doing getting our feet wet And then he go twenty three years later. We got vice laws right now to have since cleared since we've opened We've employed as as many as one hundred sixteen people at any one time throughout the years And we've expanded drive locations locations like you mentioned with full food. You know food service. you get. Sandwiches paninis grilled pizzas wings. Nachos coffees espresso martini. Location lock sandwich know a st iced coffee on tap systems. You know you'll get a bottle of came line at at multiple locations and we just expanded over the years and it's it's been a rough road and hod process is definitely a lot that goes into it and today it's even more challenging than emma. Talk to me about if you will the joys when things are good because you know i. It's i'm finding that if when i remind my friends who have businesses that if they can kind of look back to how it can be again. W- locations you have at your peak. And and where were they located where we're located. Peak was five locations but just as a covert hit We took over another location. In joe paolino's building in providence rhode island and that was nixon westminister that unfortunately. Kobe took an early stage when this happened So that put us at six locations store down in south county which faith i mentioned has since closed says covert hit. There was no business there. We closed that location down. We were in the mix of relocating that stores over the past almost year. And a half we on gonna location on alltel road the old feet i zero op property That was probably going to be a an uproar. The biggest project we've ever worked on all the way up to just about two point six million. We're buying the property knocking down part of the building putting drive and So peak six Sense i'll tell you a little bit later. What happened that location. We decided to pull out of south county At this point partly because of the governor speaking and closing businesses down partly because the cost got of control over there. So we're back down to five locations right now Providence is temporarily close until this covert pieces because nobody in the city And we have four locations that a up and running as at this point right now and where where are those locations and what kind of hours. You're running right now. So people can find a way to get to the location of the original store. They're located in johnston. We call Old johnston the original one thousand nine hundred ninety five that would have one mile up the road on fifteen seventy seven that would have. We opened up cherry hill. Location on of atwood avenue cherry hill. And then we open up on pontiac gavin cranston. So she can offer thirty seven opposite thirty seven from task where we're located there. You headed towards garden city. The end of sockanosset. Cross road that intersection and Flagship store which is in war on bald hill. Road buddy thousand square feet That's too right next to jake. Kaplan jaguar across from best buy and olive garden and a fuel the restaurants over there and then most recently. We put a really good deal together with joe paolino In his building at the old nixon westminister. We took over that. We've modified that location to be uproot awakenings and What we're going to refer to us a bistro. That'll be our only store. That will have a full blown kitchen with grills different things that we can even add more food to the menu. Once we keep that location open choked to johnston cranston-warwick providence. Right now is a few other that we're looking at looking in smithfield. Just got a couple things for me. It's field massachusetts. There's always something in i n in the fire another opportunity and yeah we might be back in south county if something happens if we can put it together but that when we had to pull out of right now one of the things i like to talk about is the impact of businesses like yours on other businesses In terms of what supplier base. You draw from because that's a critical part of if you will the rhode island economy and it's it's often understated. Its when locally. Based businesses by from other businesses avert the velocity if you will money The the you know. And it's a very simple equation. You you buy produce or you buy coffee or you buy fill in the blanks from a local supplier. That local supplier then is able to reinvest in their business hire people and they in fact if producer of a particular product or food they are able to reinvest in their business and they able to hire people and then of course the the the the effect as it whizzes around our local students. Me down here. 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Teach dot org brought to you by teach and the ad council can be astonishing to watch Which is why privately. Businesses are so important by government will save the lecture for another day but what government does not create. Economies government is not really create jobs. Government takes money away from wealth producers like you and faith who hire people hire services byproducts so your supplier base in terms of where you draw from. Can you give us a couple of examples of what you buy locally. Yeah locally. I am monday. Dairy one of our big suppliers We've been doing business with them if teen eighteen. Nineteen years and with us once you get in his offender. It's really hard to peel somebody a way to get in the door and take over business very loyal to vendors so they're they're one example of a of a company that they good to ask to them and we've created a a nice relationship and that's all idea aches and we crack fresh eggs every sandwich that we make to make sandwiches no frozen patty eggs like you get out of that dunkin donuts place or not to put them down the great. They're great organization. I hope someday to be somewhere even close to that but but they're a great local company We buy a cheese from them You know a bunch of different items. Like i said Yogurts and milk eggs and you know lemonades and different things like that. So they're a great company they'll local. Another one is coffee. Pa- they're excellent. Coffee out of pawtucket rhode island the campus family. Now they're just a great family. They run a great organization the deep clean squared away. They got They reinvested to their own business. They got good people working for them and There are there are coffee supply. We buy from them. They're they're they're Another guy is re pereira is a local company The product we get for espresso. That comes from him He's a local guy rhode island business. Obviously his espresso comes from middle east. But that's another local guy and then there's other vendors companies that we buy scotty from that deliver this smaller based You know places like that But those are few of the More prominent vendors that we use another vendor that we use. It's really good to us. It was bailey little regional business. It was brought up by the perkins family. It's now been taken over by jeff escort and foods But it started out as local local regional type of business. There are big purveyor of is and they're out of massachusetts so we still consider them local right and great company as well and again so if folks are listening or watching imagine then if you will the trail of money that that flows because someone comes up with a great idea and executes over a long term a a restaurant concept like yours and how important that is to you know you mentioned your money. The the folks who produce dairy you are. I've got to believe a critical customer tears. And let's just say this generically because you're you guys are going to rebound from this in a manner that's gonna gonna take by storm but ultimately if if disney a spends a lot of money on business and then all of a sudden business a down-sizer or god forbid goes away. That isn't just one store. One family business one tragedy that tragedy in a sense. It's i'm saying this not to the people who are an island because we are all. We're all of that. You know ham and egger type. We're all we dig deep. But when i have to say to our government is the impact is profound impact. Mp that creates a trail of tears and pain routed. Each individual business has to step back just a little bit eighties loss. Maybe forever what you know. What do you have to say about how you know. We talk a little bit about the show and the first couple of months. No one was really going on. What you if you have a sit down right now with the sohn's if you will rhode island what would you say to them in terms of how we conduct ourselves state during this period of time i would say like i told everybody since day when i think the first thirty sixty maybe even ninety days you had to give everybody a break and no one knew what was coming. You kind of blindsided by this those first couple of months and whatever anybody did was great Once we get outside of that this has been held a handled pathetically We picked and chose businesses. That could stand up and continue to stay open and we picked and chose businesses like fates photography facility. That had to close down or or brute. Awakenings had to limit how many people come in a store. And you know what i was you could be open in a. We used to be open to ask before we used to be open to eight nine. Ten eleven o'clock at night Sometimes even work even later. We had events at at multiple stores where he had an entertainment licence johnston store. You could go on any given night. And we'd have fifty sixty seventy one hundred people singing dancing or you know karaoke. You're a comedy night. that's all gone. We don't have a store open beyond six o'clock right now. My war store closes at six o'clock my other stores cranston closes. I get four cherry hill. Five old johnson's two o'clock original has been there twenty four years with debating whether we keep that one open we close it down for two three four months until this all comes back you know. We'll lose them twenty five hundred dollars a week at the johnston stool. So what would i say to the people that are running the government. It's pathetic what they did. They should open up all businesses in in in the restaurant community outside of the medical community. We do one of the best jobs of keeping things clean sanitized with opposite far before this cove peace ever came in. Now we're better. There's no doubt all restaurants one you go into. It might be one or two. You could scratch off the list. Everybody as paul tables out separated tables we've added in all of our hands thinks touchless now and if not you've got another one to they'll be done for the next couple of weeks it's costing thousands of dollars to change each one of those over so that you can even be cleaner than what you were before and here it. Is you got a governor. That shuts you down the commerce department. That says you got to be shut down. But yet you can stand in front of the grocery store clark with that. Conveyor belt spinning around with people spitting choking all over all day long with the tomatoes and bags of cheese and chips and everything else and walk over three feet in front of a little piece of plexiglass where you're going to be really safe there then to the right you got the bag. A right next to you bagging. That's okay but you can't have a bah at shallows in sitting serve somebody via. It's ridiculous so the way they've handled. This has really picked and choose. We kept the liquor stores open. We kept the big box stores open. But we shutdown the restaurants. There is no sign that restaurants are the cause of any sort of outbreak anywhere in rhode island. We had two people in nine months that worked for us. That actually got kelvin. To young people it was minor. It was no big issue each of those times. We were forced to take eleven. This is a guided meditation on parenting. 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Threaten everybody's social distancing with paying fifteen hundred dollars a month star furniture that we had to pull out of a store star shelter. You know just to accommodate the social distancing with tables. The cost not only my restaurant but a lot of these restaurants bearing is an enormous. There's no real financial support. I'll tell you about that too. So i'm i'm not happy the way it's being handled now from everybody up there even the people i like there are situations now particularly with an i call. I don't call it the pause. We just went through. I called it the perch. I called it a purge to be sarcastic but also because we know that there are businesses who did not make it. Who were you know hanging on by a string every cliche asthma on the verge of a nervous breakdown who the purge ultimately push them over that edge. There is no scientific proof that purge did anything accomplished anything. We're back right up now where we were amongst the worst in the world and there are reasons for that none of which have to do with this sort of you know. Make up the rules as the day goes along and how they treat a private businesses and i i just want to stress. Love your reaction. This from where. I come from the world i speak of private. Business is a mutual consensual relationship. You have a store you sell really good coffee. Other people like coffee and by the way the reason why. I'm speaking like a teacher to a first grader is. Because that's somehow there's me personally saying not my guess how you have to explain this to people in government. You're the last time i checked. You weren't running up onto route five grabbing people out of their cars dragging them screaming and then making them have a cappuccino were you. I didn't hear any accounts of that. So while i'm being intentionally silly right now. It's a mutual relationship where people are should be free to make their own decisions and deal with the consequences and the benefits and the notion that somehow an industry at to your point which has always been held to an extreme cleanliness and again witnessed bar rescue the tv shows. Were you know the guys walk in suddenly sweep into your business with little temperature probes in testing water and you know looking at underneath sinks a level that's almost impossible for people to maintain their own private homes. That's an accountability you've had to have for. What twenty plus years. And i'm going to be really graphic here. Place are far clearer than anything. Run with the rhode island department of education. We put our children into schools with filth. And we're not going to allow you. Who has an astonishing record of simply doing the right thing. 'cause you know it's the right thing to do and a lot of restaurants like yours yet we're going to hold you up to a level that is virtually unattainable i. I don't get it. I what does that spiritual. I'm not trying to go emotional here. Go abroad. Yeah but spiritually for someone who is again. I've worked for myself. I know how hard it is. And i certainly didn't operate a business. The level brewed. What does that say to you spiritually day when you got up every morning with the responsibilities that you've always had now they've been amplified It's it's hot wrenching. it's br hot breaking. It's it's not only me. It's the it's the people that we can't employ anymore. You mentioned the businesses that we do business with and that trickles down your bugah. Your lighting guy. You locksmith guy. All these other people your friends and buddies that are in the restaurant business that you just heat peeling away enclosing up in great operators people that have done a great job in here this yet. A few people up in the government. And i case the local government run by gina raimondo. Picking and choosing who should be open. She's had more outbreaks her body. Inner office people. She surrounded with including the health department than we had in brute awakenings tens of thousands of people. They come in every single week. Don't even sanitize mic and stand. It goes spin choke on all day long but yet you can't have. Somebody said that the bar again. It's ridiculous it's safe operating. You're about to tell me what the next. What's what was your next level of frustration. You're about to elaborate on the the the lack of financial support And i mean. I i can talk about us directly because it's me but it's everybody that every single restaurant tour that i see in no and the ones that have either gone out of business or already closed. There's been no immediate up front. Let me get you the money in your hands so you can stay open that money. That came off. That billion dollars came up with rhode island was for the business community so you can survive so the business community could pay its employees so they could survive and it's been poland joking trying to get that stuff out and the calculations they put together how they figure this stuff out is so convoluted. My wife was a cpa masses and taxation. Thank god i got her on board to be able to do all the stuff i heard and seen business that had to tens of thousands of dollars to go calculate how they gonna get fifty grand twenty grand ten thousand two thousand so trying to get money out of this city state Government that we have here is been ridiculous. 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We still had to let people go. We lost opportunities. We lost locations. We have locations closing locations losing money. And there's no shared sacrifice. We got a notice that are cherry hill location. They gave so much money. We don't know what to do with it. I told my team. Listen we're we're settled. We got so much money with this last thing. She put through five hundred dollars. Sweet jesus what are you gonna do at five hundred dollars. It probably cost you apply for the guy. Money grants location we were. We just redid that store. We did a full renovation. It was closed because we could not get people to work. When this covert piece was hit and they were overpaying people to stay home so we decided after renting renovating another location. That's it will renovate this location which we didn't get beautiful but we had no people open even if we wanted to. There were no people there last month when we were close. But let's twenty two thousand dollars the month before we lost twenty two thousand dollars. There was no more. Ppp money there was no more forgiveness on loans. There was more you know not having to defer you're dead or your loans with sba that it all ended. We lost money that zero zero. Because you weren't open because you weren't open you get nothing. They don't take in fact that he looks at money. No did they help a couple of our associates. Johnston we got about twenty nine thousand four. We're supposed to get some money for war. it's going to be in the twenties. We haven't received it yet. But there's been no. She had sacrifice they held onto that money for ever over the until the last minute instead of saying. Hey we're gonna dole out money to the cello and the caffeine ovals and the capriccio in the little guys and keep people going. They held onto that money every single day as long as they possibly could reap it in the interest and trying to figure out how much money they can use to close the loop holes in the budget problems. They created from day one. I can't run my business like that. And there they were were no and there. They were I got into a little bit of a back and forth if you will with the governor Talking about you know the pause as we call it here. The purge the purge was mitigated by the money that they were going to be spending on the persian and here. Here's a challenge just by explanation. I'm up there. I get a couple of questions in it. Isn't the patent genus show. I can't monopolize that much time. But the question that they refused answering mr car she was on. The media recently challenged him the money that they gave out. Join the purge as a sop if you will to independent businesses like yourself was money that they should have given out. Oh i don't know four or five months ago so it's not like this money's and here's the point that people say to me. You're a libertarian. Why do you want. They broke it. They need to fiction. Continue to take money from us for their own purposes their own crony purposes. And they don't allow us to do business. Your how many. How much. And i'm not gonna far. I d to take a shot at the landlords. Because they're in the same position as everybody else you're screwed but is your landlord gonna cut you know. Get you out of a lease early probably. Who's going to lease it from him. We've had no break from a landlord. Zero its survival. The finished one of the point one of the properties we own the other four least But fortunately we've been able to win the help of the original. Ppp loan and and business be able to get through those pieces but listen even that loan that they came out with which was to ten thousand the grant we applied for. You know what they said. You can't apply for that all five locations for one join owned so because i own all the locations together. They're all separate operations. You can only apply for one and you can only get between two and ten grand. So what do i split two thousand dollars between five stores with a few hundred bucks. Each we split ten thousand five thousand. Each it's ridiculous. Never mind you know what i got zero. I didn't even get to to ten dollars. Zero no then one of the other loans. They had It was three. You could get up to three. Businesses could get money original where they came out with fifteen thousand dollars. We got that but only for three five. We limit so so tough but yeah go ahead. I'm sorry i'm just saying it's tough but you you go back to this. She had You know pain and suffering with the government versus the business absolutely not. I don't see people being laid off over there where they should be getting cuts. There's no money going into the government. There's no sales tax or sales taxes down the food taxes. Go on you know. It's down to minimal that one percent that the local state local cities and towns on getting it. So if that's the case why don't we give everybody in state government pay. Yeah i in. That was that was my point even said you know. No one's looking to crucify the people who are making fifteen twenty bucks an hour. Doing whatever it is. They do those those people the salt of the are. I don't doubt that most of them are earn every penny that they get but the sheer volume of five figure into six figures salaries. I mean you take someone like stephan. Prior is a twenty thousand dollar. Pay cut gonna hurt him. Yeah you know. He'd rather have it but quite frankly the money's not there let's say you could eliminate his position we'd be in better shape. You got me going there buddy. Get the twenty thousand dollar pay cut. That guy needs to go. I can't tell you about the so meaning ahead with him. And jared cello. And lloyd sugarman man. I had that guy smoking. He was so pissed but listen. That's another story. These that did not paying attention what they should have done. Gina come out and said listen after the thirty sixty ninety days. Listen restaurants open up. Expand your hours those to dinner do dinner from four to twelve if you normally see. Fifty tables spread it out. We're going to give a little extra money to pay that extra labour. We're going to give you a little extra money to pay for that. Extra utility give you a little extra money to pay for the profits. You might lose because some people won't come back in and she should have been supporting. Those people like that not shut people down what to at the ten o'clock. Kobe comes in runs in over the bar. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. 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I haven't heard of a single outbreak where you had to close the store down and call the pandemic crew in because one of those places exploded with with deaths and problems. Why are they open. You go to a cvs bathroom. Think about it. Maybe not don't think about the sheer randomness of all of this. I think is what finally finally tipped it for most of us and again to your point. I mean the first two or three months was i. I believe you can respect disease while simultaneously acting rationally. You know the the the the symptom. I'm sorry the the cure in the form of all these closures will kill more far more absolutely anything the disease could have done. If in fact people just behave rationally. I wear a mask i would choose to wear. I don't want the government telling me to do it. But i would choose to do it anyway. Yeah this is the only time of the day. Get a couple of hours. A couple of nights a week where i don't wear because i'm on i'm on the radio slash whatever we want to call this. Yeah but he's here's the other problem with the mask piece. Ken mask working some cases yup to work the way people wearing masks now. No you can't using the same. Ask day in day out. You walk in the store you touch it you take it off you touch over here. You put it on top of the table. People are following. What a mask situation be should be should be like if you go into a hospital. They put the mask on. They don't touch it again. Well they've done they throw it away. It's going that's the proper use of a mask that's not happening. You see people walk around the spaghetti sauce on the mask it's dirty it's all ripa pods. It looks like it's been in and out of their pocket sixty five times. It's the dash on the floor the now this year because i don't know who's mask is who that your mind would. Oh because it looks good. It sounds good. It's an image thing. That's that's ridiculous. i'm with you. How looking at not knowing the restaurant scene and you and our other guests tonight and if you're just joining us now by the way dave levesque of the force behind brute awakenings is joining us earlier. On this evening we had faith. Dogo was as a top notch. Photography business wording oriented a capable so many things that she's doing right now Based in newport both of them are representative of really one of the few economies with four slots in the state and talking about entertainment slash hospitality. Slash restaurant tours. You think about it from your experiences as someone who's been involved the restaurant business for decades now and better rhode islander forever. There isn't much left. In rhode island in terms of industry jor industry long-gone shoe industry a faint glimmer and our grandparents passed ultimately the costume jewelry businesses. Even gone the only thing left in this state is healthcare because we have a rapidly aging population. The only thing left in the state government and the only thing really left in the state after that is what you and faith represent that sort of mass mixture of us potala. The events tally restaurant business. What happens to the state once you guys had gone. You're already seen people leave. I mean he got people. moving out. businesses closed down. There's no way some of these guys reopening and this is just the beginning you know your populations knocking to increase. No things are becoming more costly every single day with what they're doing putting on you know i. I don't know what's gonna happen. I mean we think every day. Do we want expand more in island. I'll tell you one of the reasons we pull out of that south county deal and it wasn't that we were afraid to spend the money originally. We're putting two point two million into it with the two point three then to two point four. We were comfortable there. We don't want to spend that money but we are comfortable but every time jeaner open up her mouth in put restrictions on business down to fifty down to thirty percent. No nighttime business closed the boss down more plastic more sanitizing. Every time she spoke we saw myself losing more and more market share every single day. Ten percent five percent fifteen percent gone so of my business is going backwards. Why am i gonna try to increase. Put more locations in rhode island. I'm not that's number. That's one of the main reasons we decided to pull out of that. And so what's going to happen when you lose all this hospitality stuff. I don't know it's gonna be you have a lot of vacancy and have a lot of unemployment and a lot of people. This you talk about the trickle down effect we have not taken a single penny away from any employee that works. I in most a lot of cases. We're paying people more money. Who's got more opportunity because we need more people. People get paid more you position opened up. He promoted people shift supervisors to manages. We've hired we've built answer team from shift supervisors to manage us more now than we ever half. So we're investing more into our businesses both the people and the brick and mortar to try to survive but even there we to be hunting twenty people. Now we're down to seventy people get back. Maybe but even if we do how many businesses are going to him every single day. This restaurants closed. This one's going out of business. This guy's going this. Listen i went. I went out the other day. Great organization you know the morning sky on a great job in newport were five tables friday night going out there. The guy at the bach at sit there and have a drink. It's ridiculous they almost doesn't make sense to say open. I don't know how you're you're in a lease and this kind of wrap things up the something that i've discussed offline but love your public reaction action. This i believe truly to my heart. That one of the reasons why we haven't had just streets of empty businesses. They have businesses leases and that there are a number of businesses out there just trying to make whatever they can because they know they're going to get stuck with the lease you know they're either gonna be able to get off the hook. They know eventually they're going to have to come cocoa for the money for the lease businesses. That are just hanging there until the weekend expires at that point in time. If it's a location base restaurant for example past steed in that me down here oh what. Are you a yellow booger. I'm a banana slug steven. What are you doing in my room. I'm your sense of adventure. It's been a long time since we've had an adventure in the forest mom Force last year. I'm a slug steven. It took me a long time to get here. You're right. I should get out. Yeah i did not that far away. Hey mom come to the forest where the more adventurous you lives. check out. 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But for the vast majority of rhode island businesses that are essentially location rooted once those leases are done. Do you think a lot of them aren't coming back absolutely. Listen i could tell you from my own experience. My johnson saw has been there twenty. Four years ritual brewed. I got fifteen years of options after this three years runs out so i got three more years of my lease fifteen years of options. If i have to give you an answer today. Will i renew in three years absolutely not. That's my that was my original location. We occupy four stores in that building right now. We occupy the entire base. We got over ten thousand square feet at that location. Where the major tenant in that in that property right now based on the way things are now which is looking at the hold on tight or lease obligated to the lease. You know personally when i walk away from our obligation i never have never did. Never will but exactly what you said. There are businesses when they lisa up. They're gonna walk now. Could it be a chance that we can turn it around. Twist at pivot do something else possibly but right now we lose twenty five hundred a week. How long do you want to lose. Twenty five hundred a week. Cool ten thousand. You close up temporarily. Yeah he close up temporarily loose ten thousand and yet we could that but now all of a sudden the seven eight nine ten employees that work that where do i put them. Maybe keep a couple of them something to let go. We don't wanna do that. We're trying to figure out everything we possibly can do. And that's why i said the beginning. It is so hot as a restaurant tori now to operate in this industry because of all these challenges that the government is putting on you for no reason at all. It's not like we're we're not sanitize it's not like we haven't social distance. It's not like we haven't trained on people. We don't let employees in the store. They're sick if they worked forty or thirty hours a week with them this by the end of the month. We'll make sure you get all your hours in so you can financially still accommodate your debts and bills but today you can't work so if you wanna make time we'll make it up. We'll put you in a location that we have to let doing everything we possibly can. Much can't sit at the baugh. He can't be open past ten. You can't have this many people in in the biggest even if she just change the rules. It's not good enough. She physically has to say it's safe to go out there. I myself sat in a bar at a wine bar. And it's physically good. Here are the restaurants doing the right thing. Go to them. Go support caffeine. Although go support shallows go supporting dino's go support vonda go to these locations go to sport. The coast guard house attorney. Joe go out there. But if you don't have the governor standing up and tell people go out what could she says. Now it's fifty percent. It's okay people still not coming the morning restaurant. That's a major company when you've got five p five tables and that's a problem. We love that place. Nobody can survive. You can't okay how much money you got. You can't hold on forever eventually. The the smart people just say. See you later walkaway. So you're right. When lisa start peeling over people be making choices. And it's not going to be all just going to reopen. Be back to normal. It'll be doors close and people go on. And he's a some great people. There's this old shirley temple movie and I wanna thank you for joining us tonight. I really do. This was very very provocative that both of you Not only outstanding business people. Who really do the lord's work in contributing to the to the wives. We know what we have here in rhode island but I think he brought a both very human perspective to this. But there's this great old shirley temple movie. I forgot which one knows. You can't watch most of them now. They're so politically incorrect. But the There's this moment where you know. Issue for folks who are born long after showy temple Gracious mortal coil She played this little toddler. Baby you know. Things were desperate at the height of the depression nelson halfway through the movie. Is they say she broke through the fourth wall. She comes out and opens a curtain and says everybody. I've got good news. The depression is over and this whole berkeley style dance production that ensues for the rest of the movie. Happy ever get happy. Times are here again. Yeah and that's not the real world. Because when i look at your restaurant and in johnston your anchor if you will. You are the anchor to that mall. Let's take a leave this thought for tonight. How many businesses in that mall have profited simply because your there and very often because you can listen to drive down route six. You can see it and please. If you're in that area go to brew. Don't go to donkeys donkeys. It'll be okay and quite frankly you'll be the first real cup coffee then and probably a couple of months prude. But you know you how many people pulled off into any one of look for sylvia warwick spectacular building. How many people your facilities our destination facilities not only do you bring money and wealth to the people who work for you and your self and your all related families and your vendors but the halo effect that businesses like yours create wherever they operate cannot be denied and unfortunately what we need here in rhode island state government level is an economic intervention. I suggested this wants to mr filipi. A few years back when i was testify as i often do before I think it was the judiciary committee. And i said to him. What we're gonna do is we're going to lock the doors. We're gonna give everybody an economics book and we're gonna make everyone read it and they can't go out to the bathroom until the done reading the goddamn book and he looked at me and he says started laughing. Because no-one in charge has any idea of the impact in the case of the legislature their abandonment of the state. In the case of our governor. Her view will take over the state. So i know you you mentioned shared sacrifice. All of those guys should be cut for pay. They should be working for no money until this gets reestablished. And we're open. They don't do that. Don't let the federal they give themselves raises. It's ridiculous now. It's all one big party or as our parents both probably said to us at one point another. It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt right. what's it gonna take. The people finally realized that their freedoms are being ripped pot. We're no one standing up. No one's getting up and going enough is enough. We just turn the tv off a we. Just ignore it or we. Like i guess i just got close down early you know. What's the big deal that the governor says. It's the right thing to do. I can't believe people in that standing up and frustrated like this is it. 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 when you hit that pinata into your neighbor's yard let him go. You don't have to be perfect to be a perfect parent. Thousands of teens in foster care who don't need perfection. They need you for more information on how you can adopt visit adoptuskids dot org a public service announcement from the us. Department of health and human services adopt us kids and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. 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Your home is better protected when your whole community is prepared visit fireadapted dot. Org to get started a public service 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 galina dot org brought to you by united way and the ad council back. I'm not gonna follow this anymore. I'm blown away. I do you know matt d'amico from the outthinks from the health club. Chain the club the clubs. He was on here a few weeks ago. He's a gentleman who decided to try. And stay open and i did hear that story. Yeah great guy. You guys would be nashville together by the way. I'm going to make sure you guys meet is island often so And that's what we're trying to do here on the coalition we're trying to bring together business owners to to to establish bounds so that they can support each other and do business with each other but at the same time Kinda grow that sort of that love and feeling between these different sectors of the economy. You know matt went out there and put himself out there and i you know. He alluded to it when he was on the show. I certainly do national for dollar amount. But i gotta believe that episode where he took on the government. He fought the law. was a six-figure adventure between legal fees and between finds it hopefully we'll get aggregated That will all of the stuff he it. Big time money he laid out fighting and there are people out there who criticize him called him selfish. I i the business owners that i know and i know a lot of them bleed for their employees and and we get the fact that that there's going to be an element of employees who always has f-bomb in the owner. 'cause he's got to be making all the all the all he's got to be you know living the lodge and not understanding how much you know folks like. You haven't risk how much books matt d'amico at risk even on an app on a sole proprietorship folks faith dugan. How much that. They've got at risk for all of this lately. Financial commitments investments in equipment to staggering absolutely staggering. And how hard it is to one. Such broken had a gentleman that a good friend of mine. Who's a caterer fireworks catering mark ruffalo. He's down on Analysis this tremendous just is a wonderful chef he has. I've gone my last three holidays. I've picked up his ready to go meals. Because that's the kind of work that they're doing to replace their catering business. You know he takes you talk pointingly about the crew. That he had built together over the ten plus years that he'd been in business and kind of chemistry that he brought together in terms of all the different people from the back of the back of the house all the way up to the front and he talks about how important that chemistry was businesses success. And how hard it is to maintain that and or regenerated once you lose some of those people but you're right you know they. They won't understand it because they refuse to talk to people like you Uneven playing field. They know what's better for us. And they're literally stealing our futures. Yeah they say we're selfish but yet she'll go out to a wine party and have a good time and that's okay they'll go to fancy dinner restaurants and have a good time they'll go to hear salons and get it cuts visit the people they can they can visit. But we're selfish because we're trying to survive which i to stay open to weaken not only pear employees pay our bills abide by an in and he hits financially with people. And we're selfish. So what are we supposed to go out of business. Wisely gave the money no and that's when they will all show up crocodile tears. I'll never forget. Patrick kennedy showing up at a business closure. After it was too late there was just you know the deal is done. It was the business closed and he wanted to know what he can do. And the sad part is what they don't realize is that if they simply take less money from you. There'll be more around. Yeah so now. It's funny when the when the governor announced that she was brilliant when she did this by the way. I had to give that to and everybody still talks about the two week paws but she announced intended as. We're going to have a two week paws. I don't care what restaurant you go. talk to. That poor started the day she said in ten days so that put it at twenty four days and then she tacked on more time. She knew she was grabbing a month. Out of this she would have been better off telling us all to close down instead of t. tolerant with the strings keeping us open and we suffered through this entire period. It's pathetic. It's i'm surprised. People are not standing up. I just don't know what it's going to take. I personally think every restaurant should be banning together open up. Yes follow the safety procedures. We're doing right now. no one saying. Avoid any of that stuff but every restaurant should be standing up and say we're not gonna put up with this shit anymore. It's ridiculous a month. Your body help you with you again. Thank you thank you for joining tonight. I know we've run later into the evening. Then we'd probably thought we were going to. It's been quite a night here on the coalition. i don't know if you caught some earlier programing But it's been quite a night and You know. I am proud to call your friend even though we've never actually met it's always been virtually any anytime. You needed the space. I was there for you and i'll stick will be who it. Is everybody now. You guys do a lot for the community and again. I'm gonna close loop rhetorically with the question. I opened up with. How many young rhode islanders. In a sense you're kind of remember. Mcdonald's us advertise like this. How many young rhode islanders has brewed. Awakenings represented their first real job with responsibility. As you put it thousands we keep on this current course and there will be an entire generation of young people who won't have an opportunity to get their first job to work at a. Place pork either at brewed or a place like rude awakenings. And you know that's the that's a legacy that you can be immensely proud of. And i hope that somehow we can find a way to continue that so again. Thank you for joining us tonight and Let's get together again in a in a month or so. Hopefully you're happier times and we can talk about. We could use some what we call here. Hashtag food porn where we can Go to the shop and take some pictures in real time or actually interview in a at your store where people are lined up and you know the the busby berkeley types are singing. Happy days are here again. People in rhode island and can do what they always wanted to do. Which is go out. Have a muffin have a cup of coffee. Maybe a little asset and just sit there stare at each other in shock and then do what we do best argue with each other right. Absolutely cheers right. God god bless you all right and we'll stay in touch what's talk show. Thank you thank you very much great show. We are the coalition loud and proud outreach. 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Fox news the fight over reopening schools heating up. San francisco is suing. Its own school district for refusing to resume in person classes city attorney dennis herrera telling fox's live the city believes it safe against to return and kids need to get back to class assigned to get these kids acting school as one hundred thirteen private parochial schools. Here in san francisco are open and we need to get these kids educated because it's harming their mental wellbeing the cdc plans to release new guidelines next week on how to safely reopen schools the race continues to get people vaccinated especially with the spread of more contagious covid. Nineteen variants medical experts. Warn of super bowl celebration this weekend. That could lead to another post holiday surge. More than twenty six million americans have already had the virus. It's taken the lives of more than four hundred and fifty nine thousand people domestically across the country. Thirty six million people receiving the first vaccine so far with more than seven million people fully vaccinated that in about two point. Three percent of population fox zellecks hogan. Us border patrol agents have started releasing asylum seekers into the us after being rejected for asylum by mexico for acting secretary of homeland. Security chad wolf is apprehending. A little over three thousand individuals trying to cross into the country illegally every day. That's about three times as much as we saw this time last year and so in a covid environment that is concerning because they don't have the facilities border patrol facilities to how these individuals as they process them so they are releasing them in some cases into the community by administration says it's terminated asylum agreements without salvador guatemala and honduras. America is listening to fox news egyptian authorities say. They've released a journalist working for qatar. Al jazeera tv network. Who had been held in pretrial detention for more than four years. He was charged with spreading false news joining a band group in receiving foreign funds. The white house will use special powers normally reserved for wartimes to produce more personal protective gear. Domestically the effort applies to surgical gloves. Which you ever want a doctor to touchy without gloves on during a pandemic now we just don't have enough clubs. The lack of gloves is a problem according to covert response national supply chain coordinator tim manning at a white house briefing. He said the us gets just about all of its surgical gloves from suppliers overseas unacceptable. And we're using all of our authorities to fix. It says the feds are using the defense production act to work with private. Us manufacturers to get them to make loves. 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That makes it possible for me to be lloyd but also you know doing my part for the environment there you go. I would love. I would love to have them like inscribe. Everybody's you know names. Whoever donated to this plot of land in scotland or there's this nature preserve And like just to go and see captain kick ass written on this one foot by about of land. That'd be great. Just plant flowers in the exact shape of your name. Whatever's clever so we man there's so much crap going on and it's all somewhat related to covid. I guess it's from my perspective. It's all about the government's overreaction. I keep seeing people writing cove it and that is because cove in because all these things because that's the thing like it's it's the assumption that with this virus comes. Everyone's everyone's reaction was the only possible way that we could have reacted to this there. There was no. There was no way that the that we could have a different reaction to this right. There is no variety choice. you know. never mind that. Their entire countries that reacted differently and sal better outcomes So some of the things. And i'll just rattle off these headlines. Here we can talk about any of them at any point in time or as we go through the evening Recession may kill more than cova kills. We've been saying that for a long time here on free. Talk live but somebody else has put together quite the enlightening article on the subject and we can talk about that normal. Maybe in seven years. That is according to an article front from heat after me. This is normal but this is the new normal. I've said that it's not gonna end the whole you know masking and social distancing and all that kind of crap the no concerts and all that kind of it's only gonna end when people decide to governments not going to suddenly one day go up. It's over okay. Ready to go back to normal. I've been kind of divided on that one. Because on the one hand i could see the The political maneuvering of like now that trump's out we wanna make we wanna make the democratic party. Look good so we'll have a recovering economy so We wanna make sure that everyone knows the vaccines are really effective. So we're going to change the Cycles that they test for mention that. Because this i just looked at it. It's from bloomberg dot com and it says when we'll life returned to normal question mark in seven years at today's vaccine rates. Show yeah while your theory does make some sense if the democratic party is trying to sort of self aggrandize themselves by doing things a certain way and that kind of thing according to this if you know things go on it's going to be seven years before it can even potentially be thought of well and the other side of me has been arguing. Well when the government takes something away they do not give it back true. You know. I mean look at look at the past look at The income tax. It's just a small like one to three percent tax only on the very wealthy just until we get through this world war and i. I'm sure as soon as the world war is over. They'll they'll they'll repeal it the the Speed limits you know. It's just a short term thing while we've got this gas crisis going on you. Will they did the same thing with the. Tsa in the non patriotic act Everybody cl- everybody forgets very quickly. Maybe not people here on free but the general population and whenever you reminder like it was like yeah yeah that all started as a temporary thing the whole. Tsa all that crap the patriot act. You know you remember the colors. The yellow blue green per you know the levels of threat right which have since gone the way of the dugout. We've gone from of threat. Level to periwinkle threat level improvement gets burnt number in there all my favorite crayons Yeah so there's that well just briefly since you since you bring up the the patriot act. Which was the exact moment when i stopped. appreciating trusting any kind of of Abbreviation like that so when that happened. I was telling everyone it's like okay. Look here's what's in that they can with no for no reason. They can decide that anyone is terrorist yet. Once they do that you have no rights. You don't get a trial you don't even necessarily get to stay in the country for your for your imprisonment and now also two decades later. Now they're starting to do the whole domestic terrorist right. I was gonna say right now. Somebody's yelling at that radio. That was only for people outside of the no. No no no for people inside the us. And in fact. I believe that that is where the next quote unquote is going to go. We've already seen. Oh the as the cia. The fbi and all the agencies are worried about domestic terrorism as a result of what they're calling the siege on the capital which was just like a bunch of people who share the the insurrection. And it's like. I'm sorry that wasn't an insurrection. Yesterday i was talking with a lady today in. Like i said yeah. It wasn't an insurrection. She's like keep your voice down. So i've got to say now that my voices radio graphically emphasized. It wasn't an insurrection. You're a nationwide panel. I am also Forced detention at camp cove covid canada. Now there's probably that same guy. He's yelling at three right now. I've said that all but that's in canada don't get can't come here pal. There is a man who has been forcibly detained against his will in canada. For a what. They're calling a co vid event. So it's it's the quarantine he's like. I want to be here but he has to. He has no choice. They put them in camp cove at canada. We can talk about that also all of a sudden people. I'm sure have been hearing about well. Coq nineteen right and then There's the south african variant or south american which one i hadn't heard on that one. I heard there. Yeah i heard about a variant in In england. And i believe that's the south african or south on the south something or another variant. And so of course. I particularly like oh great now. They're naming mutations afternoon graphic art. You know all of a sudden there's going to be it's never gonna end because they're going to discover another your mutated form of this thing and sure enough this popped up today suddenly. Four thousand covert variants. Yeah i heard a couple of people talking and it's like yeah. You know the such and such person i know caught the second wave and such and such person got the third wave. And it's like what are you talking about surfing or and it's no there's there's four thousand of them apparently well and that's the thing this is what viruses do they mutate so if you make it a new virus every time it mutates you will never run out of them right and thus the government will never run out of reasons to take more for them to take more of your life effort to lock you down even harder to make you obey their ridiculous mandates that a have been shown to be. We had to take your business. It was sars cove two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven right sars. Four thousand eight hundred seventy two. Yeah yeah so all of those things plus your calls and thoughts on the matter against six. Oh three two eight three six one six zero if you'd like to get on the air talk about whatever's on your mind And i just had to. I know it was talked about on the show. But maybe i won't talk about it. Maybe we'll see we'll see. What my brain does. I will weird brains all right. 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That's true and Spans quite a bit of time to where you can call in at six zero three two eight three six one six zero and take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever's on your mind we'll get to your calls and thoughts in just a moment in the tonight. it's myself. The reverend captain kick ass joining me because mountaineer and we kicked things off by talking about several articles in the surrounding covid. We're happy to talk about that. But first let's go to your calls and thoughts. We have scott calling from florida scott. You're on free. Talk live could even count them kick ass amounting there. How are you seeing. What's on your mind What's on my mind is tomorrow. Tom brady and the super bowl You know you're right near New england massachusetts. of course. You're not that far from gillette stadium. Maybe i don't know an hour and a half two hours. Three hours at most Tomorrow tom brady will definitely win. The super bowl for tampa bay The flying treatment that settings not going to be representing the patriots He's gonna be representing Tampa bay it didn't have to be that late Patriots owner robert and robert patriots. Owner robert kraft did not want to pay Brady the money that he wanted brady. Walk and That's the tragedy of at all The reason why robert kraft did not pay the money He is around that zionist And the i guess it's it'd be better that he gives money to millions of dollars. Israel is coming in well. Let's his money. what he wants with it. yes see. Ken is that he destroyed his franchise and I know that Tom brady at a few more super goals under his belt for the patriots. But anyway bettas it made. That's never going to materialize because of crowd saw. I i gotta you lost me there. What is zionism have to do with Putting brady on one team or another. I'll tell you what i mean. Robert kraft is around zionists meaning he gives millions and billions to israel. If with the money that gives to israel he should have given less to israel and tape. Tom brady salary and tom brady have stayed on. That's what i mean. Okay all right. Thanks for the call. Scott we appreciate that okay. Well i think. I just hung up on the wrong. No johnny michigan if you're listening kim's komax At any rate i i wanted to clear something up. First of all a robert kraft ruin the franchise of the new england patriots. He did indeed do something that no other team in history. We'll probably ever do is win. Oh bunch of super bowls with tom brady so yeah to let a guy go. When he's over forty maybe still has an arm. It's better to let a guy go too early too. When you're talking about sports franchises Did he still have some arm left in him. Of course he did as he's sean but To say that robert kraft ruined the franchise by not paying him in because he's giving money elsewhere. That's not really accurate to clear that up. It sounds like scott is rooting for the kansas city chefs. I mean troops. I call them the chefs because there is an old sneakers commercial. Back in the day where they showed the guy who paints the end zones with the team logos And he's doing the job comes up. He's like hey nice job. But who are the chefs the chiefs and it's not going anywhere. The not going anywhere for a while or something like that. Yeah good times only thing. I know about the super bowl. Is that California passed a rule that you're not allowed to show it in In bars in california. Yeah we covered that here on free talk live. And how horrible is that. The thing that i was contemplating on weighing in on in the first segment was the fact that You know the superbowl happens. And then the next like sort of big party event mardi gras and i know this was talked about Yesterday the day before on free talk live. But i wanted to say that it is dumb. That new orleans has basically declared martial law during mardi gras their not allowing restaurants and bars to even open much less people to participate on bourbon street as they normally would or even in some bastardized fashion with like gonna be six feet away from each other and whereabouts during mardi gras or whatever There won't be any drinking in the streets. There won't be any carnival. There won't be any beads being you know thrown at people in this that and the other stuff all stuff that Mardi gras is famous four. So it's dumb and it's gonna get worse one of the things that we've been projecting here and saying is possible to happen. Is the same thing that the circle from fortune dot com has been saying which is the covid recession may kill more americans than covid nineteen does. Yeah we've been covering the deaths of despair as they're called and that has definitely shot up suicides shot up alcohol. Deaths shot up. I mean it's it's just been a mess. Drug abuse domestic violence on stuff and and these are predictable results when you basically imprison people in their homes right for lack of a or institute martial law save for the tanks in the streets right yeah. We don't kinder gentler martial law. It's marshall on night And it's the the light version you'll have to install the full thing well and I think we're gonna see a much harsher version of it this time around because Last time okay. So martial law is where where it all comes under the the power of the military. Yes so last presidency. He had kind of a hands off approach on this. He's like now. I'm just gonna let let states figure out what they're doing. Now this president on the other hand that does not seem to be his approach at all so you will see him absolutely backing any kind of move. that is to shut down or destroy our culture To make sure that we don't have any of our ordinary identifying events and you will have his absolute approval so it really is martial law because this comes all the way up to the commander in chief. This article goes on to say the economic effects of covid nineteen could prove deadlier than the disease itself and by the economic effects. He means the economic effects of the government's reaction to the covid nineteen absolutely. And we've seen We've seen so many small businesses shutting down never to reopen again. That was my opinion on the new orleans. It's like well. These people just want to really finish off the small businesses who depending on this one week or two weeks. Whatever it is surrounding the the mardi gras period where they really rake in the bucks and it makes or breaks a whole bunch of these people's businesses and it's going to break more. This might actually break the entire city and then be strange to see like Okay hurricane flooding no problem but Government restrictions ooh Anyway this Just released research which concludes that. The total lives lost to the virus in the us may far exceed those immediately related to the acute cove nineteen critical illness. The recession caused by the pandemic can jeopardize population health for the next two decades two decades. That's twenty fricking years. But you know if it only saves one life we must lock people down. We must force them to but only saves one life. We're happy to sacrifice for. We must kill everybody's freedom and all the small businesses just to freetalklive more coming up. I'm grateful to have heard from some of our satellite listeners. 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School focused focuses focuses on the almost instantaneous unemployment of millions of workers in march of last year and april the unemployment rate jumped from nearly the lowest in fifty years to the highest since the current measurement system began in nineteen forty eight while it has come down it still at its highest rate since the recovery from the two thousand eight two thousand nine financial crisis the authors wondered how unemployment affects mortality and life expectancy years later little research on that question existed so they conducted their own analysis using sixty seven years of data about unemployment life expectancy and death rates from the bureau of labor statistics and the centers for disease control and prevention they were able to separate the effects of the unprecedented twenty twenty unemployment spike from other factors that affect mortality and life expectancy their main finding over the next twenty years. One point three seven more people million one point three seven million more people will die then would have died without the unemployment shock that the pandemic caused a number the researchers call staggering and again. It's not what the pandemic caused. It's what the response to the pandemic caused. And i'm not saying there wouldn't be some on employment shock from just the pandemic itself like I'm massage therapy. And we had to close down before we were ordered to because people were too concerned about this to come in so yeah there would be some shock there but nothing compared to the everyone who is not essential must stop and the whole who gets to decide who's essential right there. There's a whole whole other topic there but yeah we we used to think that you know the government deciding which would happen in which ones wouldn't was a bad idea so we can keep talking about this but first let's go to. We have egbert calling from michigan. You're on free talk live. good gra. Evening service where country american candidate. Joe we love these outside. I hand over your data college even when he hangs out with the grand efforts along but she thinks he's all kinds of healthy. Civil engineering angrily. Kills these virus maturation everybody. The teeth and bone was killed. Cancer cells bacteria viruses. And so what. Naturally we believe in natural ism and community and we know what. We're being scared to death for governor here griffin necessarily whiparound lansing. She we all people Links to nazi fascism communism things happening to our wonderful country Food federal government and politicians in washington dc but anyways Healthy with newspaper called newspaper. I'm not sure it's available in hampshire. But they talked about onions and natural food is growing which last most mclennan your again to not very expensively accessible people either keep awfully so thank you very much thanks for calling. We appreciate it You know it goes without saying maybe it doesn't eat healthy I'm a big dude. You know. I eat more than i expected. But i'm eating healthier than i ever have right. I'm eating good stuff. Wholesome foods home you know all the non gmo. No hormones all that kind of stuff so You know. But what i haven't heard of course was government recommending any of that during right where does nutrition come in government. Where does you know all of the natural. Where does your immune system come in mr government. You know because you haven't talked about that all you've talked about is the vaccine and the masks within the mandates. Well they don't want you to develop your immunity. They want to develop the immunity for u scientifically. And then sell it to you and or require that you put this into your body. And and i'm glad he brings it up because nutrition is incredibly important and completely underrated. I mean doctors are barely trained in nutrition whatsoever. And it's the fundamental basis of your entire bodies chemistry and yeah. Onions are great example. Their antiviral antifungal. They're incredibly good for you Garlic is another one they're delicious. They're they're great for your immune system. I mean if you get cold what like what do you want while you won't like chicken soup rate. Well what are they always put into those soups onions and garlic. There was. I want to call it an old wives tale but i think it's accurate. They would if there was a sickness going around the house. You know when people at large families on the farm and that they would take an onion and chop it in half and just leave it sitting out And the idea. There was that the onion would absorb whatever the bad stuff is in the air and so onions have been known for a long time to have you know very positive effects and scientifically speaking. It's not far off from that so One way of looking at it is that It absorbs what's in the air but another way is to okay. Well scientifically what's happening. There is the molecules from the onion are getting out into the air. And that's why you know you cut an onion. It's very easy to smell. Yes and it's a very potent chemical which is part of what triggers you tearing up but that also will kill the that are in the air the bacteria the viruses. The fungal spores that are in that room will be killed by the the molecules that are circulating from the from the onion. And i. it's weirdly enough like this. Is why the whole myth of vampires being killed by garlic or being warded off by garland comes from exactly the same sort of thing. Where it's it's a powerful antiviral antifungal and antibacterial. So if you cut open a clove of garlic the same kind of thing happens where the the molecules from that garlic go into the air and start killing all of these pathogens that are in your air and you know just to wrap up on the vampire note like that's why the other things that would kill or ward off vampire also so the the silver silver is also antiviral antifungal antibacterial and sunlight again. A an incredible disinfectant. Yeah the sun was out. Yesterday i was. I had an opportunity to do some stuff outdoors at my place. And so i did. Because i'm like oh i gotta go stand in the sun And it was refreshing. I really enjoyed it. Oh yeah. Sunlight is incredibly underrated. So i mean you've got the the vitamin d thing that people now about There's also the fact that it It it's It's too powerful of a radiation for single celled organisms but it's fine for multicellular organisms like us and there's also the fact that it triggers your metabolism so when your body when you win your eyes sense For a long period of time that there is sunlight which is ten thousand times more powerful than artificial light. It it makes your body go into full metabolism. Because it's like okay. It's the daytime. He should be awake. Here's the full dose of your metabolism. It's called wakeup mode. I wish a lot more people were in wakeup mode. Indeed when it comes to the government's overreaction to this thing known as the covid nineteen six zero three two eight three six one six zero more. Free talk live is on the way free talk. 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The democrat party was the party that senior from the union because they wanted to keep human beings wage. And did you also know that. The democrat party was the party of segregation and of jim crow. And did you did. You would not believe the amount of people that don't know that actually think it's the republican party and did you also know that. The democrat and republican party can janu to cause nothing but racism separation and segregation amongst all of us with their manufactured and they're engineered problems and we still give these losers or money. That's the unbelievable valerie. they're a bunch of crooks. they're no different from the mafia. And i think it's ridiculous and the only person that was ever going to save us was donald trump and seeing what they did to him. God forbid somebody comes from the outside and tries to get in on their little all little trickery they on us. The american people live with dutia bill. Surely you for four years. They came after this guy man who would they had to do with the end. There's still engaging he's not even there anymore and they still need to the guy to go through so I don't know if you if you were up on this but So rand paul rand. Paul had had called for a vote on the constitutionality of impeaching him and enough Enough republicans said no it was not constitutional that if they then try to impeach him then. The impeachment isn't going to go through. So if they bring this probably cash they're a bunch of spineless losers also and they're also in on the big ball and they're a huge part of the problem and get rid of both parties because both parties do nothing but fight amongst each other and i believe it's all fake it's acute stage show over there in dc. They think there are a bunch of actors and actresses. That's why everybody in hollywood such good friends with all these actors and actresses on earth sir. Well yeah no. That's absolutely true because if you look at how produced politicians are specifically the president's and i'm talking about all of the president's since i've been alive. They all have makeup people before they go and they give their speeches. They all have professional script writers that put together. Whatever it is. They're going to say they have one hundred percent. They have teleprompters whenever they give a speech to make sure they don't forget the words that these speechwriters that they've hired that you know they hired professionals like like the kind that hollywood would use to write these speeches for them different. Because there's no difference at all. It is a big act huge. The whole thing is a huge huge sham. On us the american people and believe me you. We've lost our a long time ago. Man donald trump just put a huge magnifying glass. On what's really been going on and now mandir nothing but a bunch of corrupt people that need to go. The republicans and democrats agreed john. Thanks for the call tonight. I appreciate it you know. He's speaking the truth. I can't really disagree with them. Other than donald trump was the only guy who is gonna donald trump. never gonna save. Anybody did kind of present as that. Though i mean he was the outsider. And i mean we knew wasn't going to be an insider that could that could change this snap and you know a a lot of libertarians. We were you know really hoping that you know we could get a ron paul in there and maybe he could like really tone this down and we did at least get a chance to you. Know get an. I think they'd be a lot. Worse to ron paul than they were to to trump but because i mean he was in the club he just wasn't in the vip sex right. He wasn't tara. Tearing this down the control structure the economic system. All of that. But you know he was getting in the way and you saw what they did to just keep him from doing all the great stuff that he had promised if he had tried like making peace with russia They put in a position where that was completely untenable. See any politician in my lifetime for president. I don't see anybody keeping really any of their. Canine campaign promises Ever like in the entire time. I've been alive. Well there's a few campaign promises that i expect Biden will keep Like i think what of his campaign promises was to go after those darn domestic terrorists. I bet you anything. he's going. Keep that one yen. Well we know who he's gonna target for those. Oh yeah people who love freedom and that's in and of itself is the great sadness of what is about to be Yeah it's like seventy percent of the of the republican voters think that trump legitimately won the election. Okay well guess what that seventy percent of that chunk of of the population you are now. In the crosshairs you are the domestic terrorists. You are the ones that they're going to use the patriot. Act against and whatever other biden's put forty executive orders into action forty plus Yeah i you know it's so ridiculous. Let's keep going with your calls and thoughts. Let's go to tom calling from new hampshire. Tom you're on free. Talk live on thursday and new mexico by the way. Let me mention here for the benefit of the maybe people who went to public school. Mexico is one of the fifty states of the united states. It is not a part of some foreign country but In the state of new mexico on thursday a state Cop pulled somebody over. The driver was subject of an ongoing narcotics investigation and was en route to las cruces new mexico and any drug deal and the cop pulled him over assisting members of homeland security the subject Got out and opened fire and then got back in and drove away and stopped again and got killed but The cop god killed. And when i called the talk about is dangerous rhetoric. When you hear all this garbage about you know cops it gets itself killed in a drug bust. is a fallen hero. You know and that kind of dangerous rhetoric only inspires more cops to make the same bad choice and to reap the same gruesome consequences and keep you and make more citizens keep reelecting crazy politicians. Who support the war on drugs politicians. Who are tough on drugs in order to win elections. They have no qualms about buying votes with cops blood. Then they put on this this Talk about a fallen hero and all that nonsense and they wind like crybabies but they have no qualms about buying votes with cops blood. They just wind like crybabies. When the bill comes due and then there is another dead cop in your face if people if you've been voting for candidates like that you're not pulling the trigger but you're pulling the lever and it's gonna keep dangerous rhetoric and you know when you see posted on social media Talking about you know fallen hero this fall here that you should call out the platform and say hey you look. These people are spouting off dangerous rhetoric. That's only going to continue encouraging. More cops to make the same bad choice and reap the same gruesome consequences. The rhetoric and the propaganda. You combine those two things together. You feed it directly into people's brains via things like television mainstream media and you and well. Yeah i mean i. I consider twitter facebook. You know the the big social media. I consider the news part of mainstream media. Because they are they are mainstream most people are on those platforms. And if you look at drugs in particular like you may not approve of it. You may not think that it's a good thing you might think it's degrading our communities. Or what have you but you still had zero victims. In this possibility someone was going to buy drugs from someone else. And now how many victims do you have. You have the the two people that are dead. You have all of their friends and family. I mean how many victims have been caused completely unnecessarily. Yeah it's a health issue not a government issue and thanks for the call tonight tom. We do appreciate you and people should be left to deal with as they see fit rather than any government interference six zero three two eight three six one six. Oh more free. Talk live is coming up. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is stateless. 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It's the question hanging over just about everything. Since nineteen took over the world last year. The answer can be measured in vaccinations or candidates Bloomberg has built the biggest database of covid nineteen shots giving around the world with more than one hundred and nineteen million doses administered worldwide. Us science officials such as anthony. Fauci has suggested it will take seventy percent to eighty five percent coverage for the population for things to quote return to normal unquote. Bloomberg's vaccine tracker shows that some countries are making far more rapid progress than others using seventy five percent coverage with two does vaccine as a target. They've determined apparently seven years well. And that's for this version of covid as as we mentioned it The beginning there's four thousand different versions of this sudden Yeah there was one now all of a sudden. There's four thousand versions so now are we talking. Let's see it. Let's just say they're on target with their seven-year estimate What seven times. Four thousands That would be twenty eight thousand twenty thousand years until you know things return to quote normal unquote well. That's if we develop seen for every variant that exists now and if by an absolute miracle. This stops mutating Which i mean. It doesn't look like it's gonna there's just go out on a limb here and assume that the laws of biology will continue to be what they are and it will continue to mutate. We can talk more about this but first let's go to anonymous calling from california anonymous. You're on free talk. Live good evening guys. Are you doing good. What's on your mind tonight. So i'm just calling because like you mentioned before Taking this into your own hands. I personally don't wear a mask. I don't social distance. I don't do any of that stuff. I think it's very counterproductive And i i'd like to perhaps propose the ninetieth take it even a step further to help others that You know perhaps aren't as willing to come out if they don't see a whole bunch of others like us and that's to Start doing free. Hugs all over the country. Where shirt where signs that say that you're willing to engage in human contact with other consenting willing participants biased. The revolution with free hugs. I like it and then and then this. This sorted civil disobedience is is probably the most effective because the optics of arresting people that are just hugging. Others is horrible. And i think that it would Bring attention to how horrible and just don't be in Our lives have become this point and have stopped. Make people pause and realize that. Maybe we shouldn't do this anymore. And that human connection in something. That's actually word having i'm for it. Is there any organization behind this. Is there a website where people can go to download a template for these free hugs signs or anything like that Not i mean. I know the free hugs. Who's been fatty creek. Opet so i'm sure that type free hugs into You know the duck duck. Oh google search bar you'd be able to to find I would personally love to have an organization that That actively uses the free hugs movement to reestablish connection between inbetween humans. Otherwise we we might live. They didn't twenty seven thousand years. I indeed appreciate the call tonight. Anonymous hug it out right. why not. Why hug it a nice. It's nice blast from the past. I remember when Free hugs at least came on my radar Oh so many years ago and it is it is such a strange thing to realize that just being human is such an act of defiance. Now i mean that's what humans do. They hug each other like they throw an arm around each other from time to time. It's it's an unimaginably human thing to do even the handshake for that matter right. you know. it's it's weird now when you go hold out your hand somebody to shake their hand who you've never met before whatever even if you have and some people are they just kind of look at you like what are you doing. It's like trying to shake your hand people. Do you have just learned not to do that. If i can't see their face. I if i can see your face than okay. I'm going to treat you like a human being otherwise i i just have to assume and maybe this is not fair on my part because i know a lot of people are doing this just because everyone else is doing it but i will just assume that you are being driven by fear and that you would take it as an affront. If i offered you my hand. Let's go to more of your thoughts. Let's go to rj calling from new hampshire. You're on free talk live. Hey what's up now much are you doing. Are you know kind of like a counter idea. I guess to the free hugs. 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Help us advertise marketed promote for just five dollars a month at amp dot freetalklive dot com. Think welcome back to the program. Welcome back to the show. It is free talk. Live live saturday night edition. Our telephone number is six zero three two eight three six one six zero. That's six zero three two eight three six one six zero if you would like to call and join the conversation in the studio tonight. It's myself captain and because mountaineer and we were talking about this article from bloomberg that says when will life returned to normal in seven years at today's vaccine rates according to their new calculator. And that's just and it's built on a few sumptious that are very questionable. It's built on the assumption of Things will definitely go back to normal if we have. Everyone vaccinated It's built on. I mean to to Go in the other direction It's built on foul cheese. New number of seventy five percent because beforehand. He was saying Sixty percent at one point and then he's slowly been creeping up no no. We won't have herd immunity until at seventy five percent And who knows if he's going to change that up to eighty or ninety or ninety five or ninety nine point nine nine nine percent to takes everybody door to which is patently false. I mean this says the calculations will be volatile especially in the early days of the rollout in the numbers can be distorted by temporary disruptions. For example in the target date was briefly pushed out to seventeen months this week after a winter. Blizzard prevented some people from getting vaccinated. It's now back down to thirteen months. Likewise candidates vaccination rate dropped in half in recent weeks following reports of delayed vaccine shipments etc. And so on so a bunch of numbers and statistics around the assumptions eve. Not about And and and this is also to vaccinate absolutely everyone which What i've been hearing is the people that i've all that have already had covid when they get these vaccines. It gets them sick. That's what i've been hearing. So that's that's a terrible idea and some people straight up die plus the fact. That usually what happens is when you get over an illness. Your body maintains the immunity to that at least that strain of it now. We can talk more about this article from bloomberg but first let's go to erica calling from florida. Erica you're on free talk live. This is great I'm calling kinda in the same thing of the free hugs. Then how important. It is right now to like. Get her american flags out on the corner and wave them because the united nations in nineteen ninety. Five hundred clinton made it You get a bad conduct discharge. If you refuse to wear the united nation's uniform because michael new you can go to. Mike new dot com and see that in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. They kicked him out and he said no way. He stood up with five hundred. Un blue and his army green. And they said you're out ban god discharge and it went through the core. Like maybe until two thousand one. And it's good. That's a lawful order so eric our week yeah i get that. It's a good idea for people to stand up against things that they don't believe in. That's that's a net positive. What i'm curious about is what impact. What effect do you think people putting flags up and waving them about will have and why is that important. Well you know they're takeover can't just be like blocking the capital and and our news telling us we've been taking over. No our land is our land. You know until you take it over sergey. No we stand on our land whether you know people are trying to take it from outrageous property taxes or not you know. We bought our land. And you know we're gonna stand on it and defend it and then we're gonna wave our flag on it and you can like bring your un flakes all you want but a communist thing. It's very nice in a patriotic. If you will but the fact of the matter is is you don't actually land because you have to pay taxes on your land perpetually even after you pay off your mortgage so and if you ll we can taste those laws. We can change those laws. You know. i'd love to hear. How do we do. I mean maybe we could Start a movement. Where are we refuse to pay him in Federal reserve notes. They have to be. We get to keep the money in bitcoin to the money's do and then we'll give you your money if it's not being used for. I mean you know chinese causes where there's human book rage you know. How about if we abolish taxation altogether and allow people to decide what goods and services they would wish to pay for individually because need roads. We need police are good structure. We know we do need those. Those are essential services we do need them and and people will choose to them. As much as i can be built from local locally administered position you know i thought against wisconsin referendum and it was just a i you know it was corruption from beginning to end. You know these fancy dancy architecture. Firms approach these public school district. And say i think you need a new building and would you like to go out for dinner and they go okay and we'll run your vote. Yes campaign and and tell your community. You need it and Win creek. we'll get the job you know. I told off to the fbi. They did nothing. Oh one thing. I need to stay. There's a judge that. Bruce schroeder from kenosha wisconsin. He filed like some emergency hearing on. Kyle rittenhouse monday morning. And this judge in the nineties. He had Sex offender halfway house next to a daycare in downtown shot. This dude is like a hundred years old. I don't even know why he's still judge and be very careful. Look at the. What charge you. One for jerry erica. So with all of the corruption and all of the bad things that are going on and you know people getting overrun by these government officials. What gives you any confidence that we could change a law to abolish taxation out. And i think that that's what this country's those and i'm just not going to give it okay. Well appreciate it i. I agree with what she's what she's driving at. But i don't think that the method is sound except for that-that mentioned on On bitcoin i mean she is right about if you if you move your if you move your money into crypto currency then they cannot tax it. They can't take it out of your bank account. Garnish your wages. When you're being paid in crypto currency that is true. Those are accurate statements. And if you haven't already done. So i suggest putting some of your money into crypto currency. Not you know. You don't wanna put one hundred percent of your money into it or anything else for that matter. You never put all your eggs in one basket. But it's certainly a good idea to put some of it. They're into a place where folks like government officials can't get. I just want to say that passing a lot about taxation. If that was possible it would have happened already. And and that's the thing like you. You just have to stop participating. I mean here. Here's our circumstance. You are being threatened to follow more laws than you can even possibly imagine and then can even be counted right. You are being threatened to do to do this but you are participating and as long as you participate they will continue to abuse you and yeah. We have new tools to avoid participation. the likes of which we have never seen before in human history. There's there's never been anything like crypto currency before it is really the first. I'm gonna call it anarchic infrastructure Because it exists in defiance of all thirty absolutely globally. Absolutely i mean communist. China tried to shut this thing down and they're now the number one exporter of bitcoin. So that lets you know that. Even the most Police state level cannot do it. And yeah absolutely. This is how you avoid. This is how you make taxes optional again. Well we could talk more about that of course but it's still goons threatening you and they're gonna take your money and they're not going to stop until they are outnumbered six zero three two eight three six one six zero. How do we get more people to stand up against these bullies. Which is what they are. These tyrannical bullies more free. Talk live on the way we have some good news the indictments against russell brixton the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at ross outbreak. Denies it was never prosecuted or rolled on by a jury. Putt was trumpeted by the federal government. And the media. As if it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years. Poisoning grosses case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained enroll says appeal to the supreme court. The fact that the judge used these allegations together also draconian sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue. Statis- based on convictions decided by a jury. Not unproven allegations never even charged trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set. Ross free now. A presidential pardon is ross. His only hope of freedom signed the petition at free. Ross dot org free. Ross dot org is oral health important to you if you don't like your own teeth fresh breath or kissing people then by all means. Stop listening several years ago. I met jessica armand founder and ceo of magic mud. 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Ample what the non aggression principle is all about. You know basically do whatever you want as long as you are not harming another person or damaging another person's property okay. So we're on. We're on the same line here when we apply that to coronavirus a on the coronavirus epidemic Your freedom not to wear a mask on to keep distancing and i'm hoping the the caller who you're listening is limited by my freedom nine liberty to live Free of illness or free and not tonight. I'm sorry but i believe that A penalty should be imposed for people who do not keep distancing internet. Keep them out can europe. It's usually fifty bucks the first time and you can go up to twelve hundred. I'm sorry fifteen hundred After three times. So you think it's okay for otherwise healthy people to be treated as if they're ill A lot of people who have Virus are symptomatic and you are a symptomatic during the i debated but let's say four five days so to decide this exactly the people we elect in other words government officials. Well i. i'm sorry. That is the opposite of liberty so as soon as also who do who do. Okay who do you then want to decide. I want the person whose body it is to decide what happens with it okay. But that that person has said person's liberty is limited by my liberty on my freedom not to get sick and today. Okay so then. How come you haven't been wearing a mask for all of the previous flu seasons or the previous kovic the previous sars or any of the other topical diseases that have passed through our new cycles. I'm sorry can use the question what happened. Why haven't you wore masks and social distanced every single year when it's flu season. Hundreds of thousands of people die because of this every single year. The flu is not as deadly in the previous somerset. Panic went away without regardless of whether it's as deadly or not which we can have that argument but regardless of that we know for a fact that flu is deadly flu kills hundreds of thousands every year where you draw the line somewhere the the trolley line somewhere where i draw the line. I draw the line at individual decision. If you are comfortable more comfortable wearing a mask and you think it's going to be helpful. Then go ahead but you have absolutely zero right to dictate what i wear on my face or anywhere else for that matter. Correct and you have no rights to put my life at work. I don't put your life at risk. Well yeah if you're contagious around me. And you don't keep distancing and you don't keep your mask gifts. You're making assumptions based on zero data right and you can show what the viral sunday but just are saying all around the world. Can you show me evidence of as symptomatic transmission you know. I'm not awesome. That but look at the example of singapore for example which is not very well known for freedom and liberty. They have three large. Universities I got this from an article on fox by the way the u x and They have all universities open. I don't remember the numbers i believe. Total fifteen thousand students. There are imposing extremely strict conditions. And so the students have the freedom and liberty to study on campus with those conditions. Of course chris. I have a question for you. I have a question. Do you drive a car. So i i drive a cars. Well now motor vehicle accidents. Kill many people every year. Now you're piloting a motor vehicle. Basically a weapon with wheels. And you're putting other people at risk every time you get behind that we are. You gonna stop driving when i stop mandated by the government. When when are you going to stop driving. And putting other people at risk guess what life government life is risk like just being alive risky so if the government misses something so if the government misses something that you're putting someone's life in danger then it's okay for you to put their life at danger. I never fake story. By the way they haven't had a single case of covid. On those three countries period masking dissing work and the penalties are very severe in singapore. So if masks distancing works how come the cases are going up because perfect mask or people are using imperfect mascots and because there aren't a lot of them are not respecting masking distancing and because the main the main source of contagion meeting with people groups and family members. Then then chris how. The flu has all but disappeared. That is that is a mystery that just or scratching their head about either the masks worker. They offer are either the masks work or they don't now the cases of covid keep going up but the cases of flu have all but disappeared. Now you want to say that. The masks aren't working enough people aren't using them and that's why the cases of covid are going up but you want to say that the has disappeared because people are wearing their masks. You can't have it both ways. I i never said that. I never said that. You said that. We don't know why the flu cases are down a deal on your side or are actually suspecting that crispy lucas near here hold on. I think i think he he nailed it right. There are what it appears to be the most parsimonious explanation for why the flu has mysteriously vanished and covert numbers. Continue to rise is because the the the flu is being counted as covert now. There's a couple of specific reasons for this. So number you have You have hospitals which have been stopped from all of their ordinary activity all of the pre plan surgeries. Those are out all of the cancer screenings all of that. We have to stop all of the regular activity but were allowed to do this now. There are also given over ten thousand dollars each for every cova d- patient and because the testing is relatively unreliable both in False positives and false negatives a lot of what they do is they go by the symptoms and the list of symptoms for covid are nearly identical to symptoms for flu. Now the one of the things that could tell you a difference is if someone has a runny nose okay so a hospital can do one of two things. It can check for a runny nose and possibly lose ten thousand dollars if it does or it can stay in business and call it covert. Yeah the the evidence of that concert theory is so far. I mean the flu disappearing is in really flimsy evidence. Chris and we thank you for the call. I i don't know. I mean. I guess you can't get through to everybody. 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According to the headlines we had mentioned this during the first segment of the first hour but when this whole cova thing came round it was one thing all the news was was that of wuhan wuhan whatever i want to pronounce that and then it came to the states somehow like way before they actually you know it came to the states well before they actually were alerting everybody via the news Evidence has shown that it may have been in the states as early as the previous fall Which were the reports that i was getting from actual people. Yeah and so. of course. The governments around the globe have overreacted in ways. That have made people do well. Inexplicable things like champion for the tyranny of their fellow man. You know it's a great thing when When government start telling you what to wear what to put on your body and Oh you know occasionally round you up into camps for not complying and so if that wasn't bad enough one thing that the government is using as its excuse to rain down more tyranny this from news trust dot org a reuters foundation thompson reuters. Asian world faces around four thousand covid nineteen variants as britain. Explorers makes vaccine shots bullet points here. World faces around four thousand variants of novel coronavirus. Uk trials combining pfizer and astrazeneca vecsey combining the lack scenes now One vaccine wasn't nearly rix risky enough. You know what if what if pfizer got it right nastro. Zenica got it wrong. I mean sure like of your people would be fine. I mean you couldn't you couldn't do that. The uk says vaccines likely to work on different variants. How can okay. I can say that vaccines are likely to make balloons. Come out of your ears. does that make it real. I'd like to see your trials all drug maker. I'd really like to have video on them. Because that would be hilarious. All drugmakers are looking to improve vaccines for new variants Of course i mean. This article is pretty useless. Really other than the fact that suddenly it went from one thing to to i heard about a variant three. I and it was the first i was hearing about a third wave. Okay which you kind of implies a variation luna the so and there's different meanings for the term wave when it comes to government context because when the government put everybody into lockdown yes that is a prison term. Yes they used it on their own citizens lockdown when they put everybody into lockdown in the two weeks to flatten flat curve. The second way was referred to what happens after that to expires. That people who experience the second wave right. Because we've locked down. We flatten the curve. Everybody's gonna get it but we'll have slowed it down enough that the hospitals won't be overwhelmed and we don't have to call in the the ships and turn football stadiums into makeshift hospitals. And that kind of stuff. That was the oh. We won't have to but let's do it anyway. That was sort of the plan if i recall correctly. Now there's a second variant that i've heard about in the last i guess month or so You know and suddenly. This was published on thursday the fourth of february twenty twenty one suddenly there's four thousand covid nineteen variants now. We talked about it a little bit earlier in the program about if you take the seven years at the predicting for the one corona or the one of nineteen to people get fully vaccinated. Then now you have to do it. Four thousand more times that four thousand more vaccines. It would seem to be the case. Yeah i mean if you have a that's why you have the the different flu vaccines right. Because every year flu mutates so they they sort of make their best educated guess as to you know A dozen or so or a couple dozen variants that they expect to be the most common flu strains that will be infecting people and they vaccinate against those because it mutates all of the time and you have to make new vaccines for new variations on On virus so. I mean. Correct me if i'm wrong. Anyone out there who has better information but that sounds like you'd have to have four thousand different vaccines if you want this fully covered and i mean you know. This isn't like like we all live in completely isolated areas anymore. I mean this is a post jet. World right yeah. There is international travel cross country across globe around the around the globe. This article says the world faces around four thousand variants of the virus that causes covid nineteen prompting a race to improve vaccines britain said on thursday as researchers began to explore mixing doses of the pfizer and astrazeneca shot in a world. I know this sounds like this. Sounds like when. I'm at the bar and i'm with hanging out with my bros. And we start some drinking and one guys to having a shot of this and another guys having other and i go you watch. Let's combine those two shots. See what happens. That's what it reminds me of. These are professional. Folks reminds me of so. You're you're at the car lot. You've you know finally negotiated your price get down to it and it's like oh but what about the undercutting. 'cause visor astra zeneca. I mean they were. They were already going to make an unbelievable amount of money on. Just the one vaccine but wait. There's more neka vaccine. that's what it is. It's like voltron vaccine all the different vaccines for and one. Mecca vaccine variants have been documented as the virus mutates including the so-called british south african and brazilian variance. Brazilian is the one. That doesn't have any people care which appear to spread more swiftly than others british vaccine deployment minister nadhim zaal said. It was very unlikely that the current vaccines would not work against the new variance. I guess we've answered our question than Well at least according to this one guy quotes. It's very unlikely that the current vaccine be effective on the variance weather in canton or other variants. Especially when it comes to severe illness and hospitalization. Zoe told sky news. All manufacturers pfizer bio attack moderna oxford astra zeneca and others are looking at how they can improve their vaccine to make sure we are ready for any variant. There are about four thousand variants around the world of covid now. How did the number get from two to four thousand well and a lot of sense to me like they're preemptively covering themselves for if this vaccine is say completely unaffected or even very counter effective. It's like oh well we just didn't do we. Just we thought it was going to cover these other three thousand nine hundred and ninety eight versions of them but now turns out that when you have this version with this version of the virus. i just. It's terrible it's like when you When i got my one of my first jobs. I had to clean floors bathrooms and one of the things. They told us not to do with mixed like bleach. And mr clean and like windex and don't put different chemicals together when you don't know what's going to happen with them and yeah this is so early. There's no testing six zero three two three six one six zero more free talk live on the way. There are lots of ways to listen to free. Talk live. 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And somehow we got under the subject of fork fest Not pork fast. Porcupine freedom festival fork fest The festival that forked off of the porcupine freedom festival they were not aware of the events that transpired that created a fork fast and they seem to be under the impression that it was one of these like food. Truck gatherings fork fast. Well you know judging by the name As well and so pork fast which is obviously a bacon related event right yes and it's It's related event fork fast which is openly for those bacon dishes. That require a fork tweet so anyway. None of that is true. And in fact you can join. Liberty minded voluntary assists anarchists and libertarians from june twentieth through july fourth. Four forecast twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white. Mountains of new hampshire fork fast happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and fork fast is decentralized which means no one is in charge. 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Oh yeah it's a great food last time and it's food that you can get in exchange for You know blood dollars or cryptocurrency of multiple varieties or gold backs I love i love trading gold bags for food. And it's awesome. It's just wholesome just it makes it makes you feel it really does give me the warm fuzzies. Did i exchanged a massage for silver. That was a wonderful experience for me. Nice that's awesome. Let's go to your calls and thoughts. We have robert calling from south carolina. Robert freetalklive yes. Hi you know. I'm thinking to myself with regards to virus. I understood that The death rate is not any higher than it was like a year ago. I mean we have people doing it. People dying by the Of the virus hunters and thousand four hundred nine dollars or something like that but they say the statistics deduction to six are all flat and the words. Just not a suit or heck. It's almost like there are no extra people dying every year. So i was fifty terrorists us to why that may happen to be understand it that way. Yeah as i understand it. You still have more than a ninety nine percent chance of recovering from the covid nineteen virus. Should you contract it. And that hasn't changed right and that is actually something. We've been covering here that while they and it's because of exactly what you pointed out that they shifted the focus from covid death increases to covid case increases and part of that is that death is is a very specific thing. You have very specific numbers that are easily checked when it's death now what caused the death gets a little bit Fuzzier but it who died. How many people is very very clear. But cases on the other hand all you have to do is change the threshold of testing. And you can increase or decrease cases of virus at whim. And and that's exactly the thing where they are using this to terrify people and since the deaths haven't increased. That's not scary. I don't know what to think. 'cause i never get sick or anything. I i never take those flew from sixty seven years old. And i never take those never ever take the flu vaccines or any of that stuff. And and they always harping on me. I get a call from the hospital. I get a call from my position. My insurance company and the drugstore about thinking getting the flu vaccine there all telling me how how dangerous can be like. But i should look if i ever censor them beginning to get sick of anything if i ever get an extra sneeze a definitely check it out but as long as there's nothing wrong with me i'm not gonna try to fix what isn't broken and that such an old rule that i've always follow and i don't know maybe it's because my heritage my my my my. I'm partially to of a certain certain dissents seem never to have got sick. I mean my by for example. My father's father's family. They all the all. The siblings died in their sleep. Number remember got sick of anything but on the other hand. I like i told you about the figure that they just mentioned i. I really wanted to in the meantime. I haven't haven't taken anything on when the train comes up for me to say yes or no to vaccine icon would probably say no but then they told me. Oh that's horrible mistake. what would you say about that. I would also refuse the vaccine I'm not sold that. Even the flu vaccine is effective. I'm certainly less sold on the rapid deployment the speed rapid of these. You know a style. Vaccines that in record time. Multiple companies seem to have suddenly come up with no. Yeah i'm call me a skeptic but it's kinda like for me it's with technology it's kind of the same in that respect. The newest smartphone will come out. And i won't get it right away. I'll wait until a few hundred thousand. People have the smartphone and can report feedback on an online forum. Somewhere where i can read it. And then i'll make my decision as to whether or not i'm going to get that particular item or not You know after. I'm not gonna go and get it before. Everybody's had a chance to test it and use it for their own purposes and smartphone is something that they've they've already tested it before they release it and that has been somewhat true vaccines in the past. But it's not true of this one. So what i'm trying to get at. I guess is that. I'm going to be far more skeptical about a medical thing. Put in my body than i am about a piece of technology. The magic rectangle. That i carry around in my pocket. Yes i can understand that they say that Messing your rival nucleic acid. You can't really be sure that over the very long term and with millions of people that nothing that something might go wrong because you're dealing with as as even the word the the main described messenger are in other words that's basically something exchanging the the basic setup in your body and then all of our bodies you're you're changing you sending a message to to do something and and and you don't know if there's any maybe a little fight effect that's gonna change it over the long haul to something that you maybe didn't exactly plan for some. It could be to talk in terms of software. They could be giving you the wrong message or a message. That's not right for your particular body even though it might be right for other people's buddies and we thank you for the call tonight robert Yeah i'm i'm skeptical and if somebody were to come and say put a gun to my head and choose the villa. Choose the vaccine. Well i guess the captain would be gone. 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It's myself the captain and big mountain mountainair and we were talking in the previous segments of out the m. r. n. a type of vaccine right and that it's new and that it is i mean is there have been tested used on humans our honestly. I think it's questionable whether even this counts as a vaccine. Because i've heard other people say that by i've heard other people i mean i've read that elsewhere. I read in an article. I don't remember where from. I didn't bring it for show prep because it contains some other things that i didn't think Would be good for this particular show but it did say that the manufacturers or at least two of the different people from different manufacturers that would be pfizer bio tech madonna or astrazeneca among others Quick note by the way Modernist stock ticker is so make that way you will. We know I read that the people behind these axioms have literally called it a platform now a programming platform. What this means is in. This is in laypersons term. So i'm not a scientist. i'm not a biologist neurologist. Obviously but with the scenes is that they are using a method of programming cells within the vaccines to tell your body. Give your body a set of instructions. Much in the same way An app that you download on your phone tells your phone a certain set of instructions and what to do and this is the first now. What else are they telling your body to do other than you know. Hey battle this corona virus does anybody know well and it's not even battle this corona virus What this does Because i've looked into this and so just a quick overview so m marin a messenger. Arnie yeah right at nucleic acid like dna. Only it's much cheaper knees year for the body to make because it's a much shorter term use also also how viruses worked there. They're also arnie. So messenger army sends out a message to your body to do a thing like code for this program for this protein or look out for this pathogen or you know. Create this hormone. What have you now what. This particular so-called vaccine is it changes your cellular structure so that your ace two receptor does not accept the corona virus. That's what it's there to do. It's to send a message to your cells that they need to change their part of their component so that it no longer accepts this virus as if it were ace to okay now. One of the problems that they've run into is that your bodied sees this as a foreign m. r. a which it is and if you have a healthy immune system infrequently will damage this so-called vaccine on its way in and we have no idea what the effects of that can be right because if your immune system is otherwise healthy it's going to see this as a potential invader and it's going to attack damage it and then we don't know what the ramifications of that are right so you have a random message for a random change going through a body. It's incredibly dangerous. But who knows if that changes the message right right or what. The message becomes distorted or garbled as and eventually tells your body wants to do. It's all interesting stuff and that's assuming everything's on the up right. That's assuming that they're not putting anything else in there that they didn't bother dimension or like. Oh it's very technical so we just didn't include it Which who knows an and and in these articles. They're talking about like yeah. We've we've got this program that we can do for your hardware. We also have the potential of doing all of these other kinds of programs that we could do In my book nature has been doing Right fine job thus far I would rather not have mankind. Being experimental on my body particularly with things said well our new. I mean it's kind of like if you have a secure network you know like a like a bank does for for ordinary currency right. And then you're just gonna let someone hack into it right and just you know trust that. They won't say transfer money into their account right exactly and we can talk more about that. I just wanted to get that. We were talking off air. And i wanted to make sure that the listeners you know understood our position on this but first. Let's go to your calls and thoughts. We'll start with ronald He's calling from indiana ronald. You are on free talk. Live friends how you doing. I love your show. I'd like to say start appreciate that. And what's on your mind. I called in and complain about stocks. Firing lou dobbs and i hope the other. Newscasters realized that their next. You know that's that goes by the virus. Do what did they fire down for. Because he liked cha. Well i mean well. The the republican establishment is absolutely turning their back on trump and his followers and populism in general so. I guess it's not that surprising. It's kind of sad. Because lou dobbs was one of the few people who would occasionally say things that are just really true really important and kind of against the general method or a message. Can't have any of that. Well i wonder if coming for tucker counts. Lord knows we. We don't need any truth. what else is on. Your mind was on your mind. Oh the dr Hostile about six weeks ago and they told me i was getting a flu. Shot about five days later. I'm broke out with scabs on my body. I don't know if they lied. And it was the code shot if they would actually do that. I mean god forbid hospitals start line. Do you know you know go back or did you recover from it by a couple doctor and they just kind of brush me off and act like ain't nothing. You're okay. I take blood and stuff so i assume i'm okay. Custody got scared over my side and my back my chest mutate dr but don't mutate into a democrat. Oh hey hey i got. I've got four male judges and they're all captured on. Bless you captain. My friend. And i love your show. Thanks for the call. Just having a little fun there. I have equal disdain for democrats as well as republicans i think that as organizations loosely. I thought i used the term. They're both birds two wings of the same bird. I had i had open mind for about five seconds when the populace choice got the nominee Where it did not on the democratic party. I'm like wow. They've proven themselves at least for this moment to be slightly less corrupt than their opposition. Did you know that. And they showed that up real quick do you know that. Biden is an acronym Biggest idiot democrats ever nominated. I saw that online i laughed. I got a chuckle. Well i mean he clearly has dementia and that is something that you are not allowed to talk about a he clearly I don't even know if and how a population can allow somebody of that state of mind to take arguably the most deadly position on planet earth. Well it's beyond me. It's because they didn't like what trump said and it's really not a matter of did because what he did really wasn't any different but it was what he said and the way he talked to the way he comported himself was not what we expect of our president. It wasn't how we won't be represented on the world. Stage got say put a huge warmonger in the chair of the largest military. Ever known to man but he's a warmonger. That cares about diversity. is it the largest military. Oh kind in. China ohno population wise Maybe like As far as Equipment spending there's more basis and you know it's basically an empire and yati yati yada. I just put somebody in. That position is done well. And that's the thing. I mean when it comes to our politics we don't care. What people do we care what they say. Power should never be so centralized that one man can have that much power at any one given time. That's a fact. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. 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Live the final segment of this saturday night's program in the studio tonight. It is myself. The reverend captain kiggins joining me mountaineer. And we're here seven nights a week from seven pm until ten pm eastern. That's four until seven pacific and if you're in another time zone well do the math. Figured out your big boy or girl or nondescript humanoid apache helicopter if you're capable of math figured out reach for the magic rectangle in your pocket. I've come to calling it that i used to call it the glowing box people. Say what do you do for a living. I say stare at the glowing box. Well i for one was trained from a very early age that i had to do the math of eastern time if they were going to announce a tv show always going to say such and such time in central mountains is the real killer. And that's what. I had to calculate most of the time out and john in mountain time in like i think it's arizona is where they don't change. Yeah and so like that which which. I am very very strongly in favor of Dopp the daylight savings thing i call it government saving. It's it wastes time energy. And oh yeah human life every year. Let's continue on with our calls. We have david in new mexico. David you're on free. Talk live since we're hilly government of the people by the people. I'm going to open another formal session of government right now and First of all. I wanted to say that That caller chris from albuquerque. He just got off the radio earlier today on the local station. And he with the same. Same Presentation there is here and the european sounding gay. Chris you just need to go. You need to go back to europe. America was founded on freedom. And what you're suggesting is not freedom. It's not compatible. It is compatible over in germany and france. Go back there leave us alone and and so And i and people like chris. He presents plenty of material to debate and to make points with. however they're not worth even debating anymore. Just go away. We've already discussed all of that Over and over again. Moving forward In our session of government here the state of new mexico and the second The metro court the bernalillo county district attorney. Raul torres has prosecuted for five years and recently over the last six months They had four different charges and row will your assistant. Da -'s or whoever made the decision have surrendered to me. I have taken your conditional surrender four different times on the four different charges. You lost loser. Okay however In formal session of government raul torres. I would like to invite you. Ask you request of you. Challenge you and dare you since you have a few more weeks of time for with which you can still prosecute me you can. You can Motion to reopen the cases and withdraw your motion for dismissal And fighting again and since you have a few more weeks to do that i will challenge you to do that. Royal because it was fun fighting you for these five years and the tens of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money state of new mexico task taxpayer money that you wasted row well and since you're going to probably try to run for governor at some point in the future the taxpayers would like you to finish what you started with their tens of thousands of dollars trying to put me in prison So please row will take you up on that offer. David if you end row were both heavy libertarians. Or even anarchists. We could host a duel between the two of you at this year's fork fest a match if a boxing seattle. I'd love to see. Well i guess the ball is in rattles court normally is yes yes colin and please accept this challenge. Yeah we well guaranteed row. A- will hear about it. That's the way it works in new mexico route. I have called him out then. I'm challenging man card any further thoughts david. No but that's really cool idea i would. I would actually make the trip to new hampshire to do a lawful sanctioned And they may or boxing or whatever rao will chooses word all right. We'll write that down on. The calendar in parentheses is a tentative thing. We'll pencil it in and let you know if robocalls. Thanks for the call tonight david. He may be the first judge to lose a boxing match in absentia. Eh i load up on. I four fast you know. I think that would be a fantastic idea from new mexico and raoul status guy right getting into the ring right and settle the differences. That'd be great you know That is certainly a voluntary form of dispute resolution. I if they agree to whoever wins the match. You win x ray. This is all written out. Beforehand to contract is something. That's very honest way to do it because as a judge you obviously believe that violence is the way to solve these problems and threats violence. You know you know. Step up yeah. You know if you wanna do violence to two people in order to get your way. Well do it yourself. And that's the problem that i have with l. All politicians really is because they're always getting somebody else to do the dirty work for Whether it's sending people to go bomb brown children in faraway countries or you know hiring regular people to you'll lay thing. That vehicles could roll upon right but i. They take a giant cut for themselves after forcibly extracting the money from people they take a big cut for themselves. And then they hire regular people to build these structures For them they. They don't actually do anything. And somehow they reaped the rewards from that doing anything and i. I'm not down with that at all. Yeah and since you mentioned build roads. I'm gonna i'm gonna put this out here again and i won't be the last time but you know everyone out there like you. You've seen potholes okay. Which has more potholes the parking lot or the road. There gotta tell you in my experience it is always. The road has more potholes than the parking lot. At least me driving around town here in keene new hampshire certainly the road i can tell you verifiably in the seattle washington area it's definitely the quote government roads unquote that have the most damage in are the most frail and are the most in need of repair versus the parking lots or the private roads. Do exist. how many years we've been talking about are crumbling infrastructure. No yeah okay. No one's going to do anything about it. No one has done anything about it. So yeah this is why because there's no benefit to doing it. Some years ago there was. I think it was the thirty five w. in minneapolis or saint paul It was a bridge that went over like the mississippi. Maybe seven eight years ago a decade ago. The bridge just collapsed while people were driving across it and of course it can. It came out that well. You know the bridges in need of repair has been for quite some time blah blah blah blah blah and. It's because well nobody's doing anything about it. How about how about. We put the people who decided not to fix this bridge since they were the only ones legally allowed to fix this bridge. How about we put them on trial. Say okay you saw this problem and you in. Let's put him on trial for criminal negligence. Yep every single one in america. That would be beautiful. The same thing goes for even like the government's right. No you're a mayor and you don't watch people parking in this particular area of your will then go out there and stop them from parking there yourself. Don't hire other people to do it for you. You do it yourself. Get out there and do the dirty work yourself. Same goes for governors. You want people to forcibly wear masks in your town. Great get out there and start asking these people yourself. Oh i would do it yourself in that position. I would adored if his excellency would come to tell me to put on a mask well. He won't even come crawling out of his house and say hello to the kind in caroline protesters. Oh but i thought he had the mandate from the masses. I thought he represented these people want to see the people that he represented mandate from them asses. Not the masters all these people are just power hungry and they don't even some of them don't even realize it they're in this position and they don't realize that they are a power hungry power mad person and it goes all the way down to because all of the people who like i want you to collect taxes which is theft. It's it's mugging people four. Whatever it is that. I want for this thing that i want done or just a hand to me like oh well you know you could go out and mug people yourself but it's just so much easier to check a box to make someone else. Run out and mug people on your behalf. Yeah because if these people in government had to do these things themselves why all of this ridiculousness wouldn't exist in the first place. But because they don't have to get their hands dirty they don't have to do the dirty work they don't have to get any actual blood on their hands. They don't have to have confrontation with the people with their neighbors and their neighbors families. And the like. Yeah no skin in the game. That's right they have. No skin in the game doesn't matter to them they don't care about you and they're not going to magically started carrying. Well we are just about out of time. Thank you for tuning in everybody. You can get our archives over at freetalklive dot com remember. We're here seven days a week. Three hundred sixty five days a year. Thanks for listening pace. Look i'm sorry but you're in for a world of pain. If you use coin omi the reason is their wallet. Doesn't support payments. The solution is simple. Let them hear your voice message. Coin me on twitter. 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Also you know video services and stuff are Bonuses but is primarily that and Despite all of us paying for it right we so we're all still build for it This past year. They didn't have two day shipping. And yet all sorts of problems Right you this. The same company that owns or at least via not At the washington post owns by the company. I think it's owned by basil's of south. But you know the guy who founded amazon who owns the washington post. His own company is against unionization. Right now that shows how far down the left has gone for corporate corporate cock train but Yeah so. I thought. I'd be getting like monday. But actually everything came in by today So by next show right by next saturday show february thirteenth right saturday the thirteenth. Very lucky day. i'm going to be able to take calls against it's going to be great And you're gonna wanna be there because it's been it's been a long time coming And now finally. It's here i- barring anything terrible from happening but i'm going to set everything up on monday so if you know it's like a you know god forbid it's broken or if i need a Never part then. I could just order in by. It'll definitely be arrived by saturday. So at some very good news everyone been sticking around since then it's going to be very exciting so i am looking forward to it Also it came in the mail. Today is an ends. Been trying to get me to to Or trying to convince. Get one of these for quite some time. it's a A terp pan. And i remember he said told me to get it back when it was on special. Who's like normally like sixty or fifty bucks or something and it was going on special for at twenty seven dollars but i procrastinated right and i. I didn't really have a have a need for it until my vape pens coils finally crapped out. 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