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Next Week: What's News 2020 Year in Review

WSJ What's News

01:33 min | 3 months ago

Next Week: What's News 2020 Year in Review

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a team at adoptuskids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. It's friday december twenty fifth. I'm anne marie for totally for the wall street journal. Twenty twenty has been by nearly any measure a tumultuous year as it draws to a close. We're taking stock of the ways. Things have changed over the past twelve months and looking ahead at the year to come so next week instead of our usual twice daily episodes. We'll be bringing you something. A little different. A series of conversations with experts in their fields about the effects of this year on the economy. The shock of the pandemic was so huge. We really actually could've seen far worse. Economic fallout retail. it was just. Somebody finally emptied the water out of the bathtub and there was nothing left for them to float in race and diversity. The only way we'll ever begin to overcome these issues is to confront them. And the state of global democracy had the consolidation of these big authoritarian powers like russia and china that are able to use their power to spread distrust at starting monday and running through thursday on the wall street. Journal's what's news.

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U.S. Employers Posted Fewer Job Openings in Early December

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:24 min | 4 months ago

U.S. Employers Posted Fewer Job Openings in Early December

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's your mid daybreak for wednesday december ninth. I'm char waylon for the wall street. Journal the number of job openings. In the us edged down slightly to ten point seven million in the first week of december the figures from job search sites ziprecruiter the latest sign that the economic recovery is cooling still some service sectors are seeing increased demand for workers including warehousing and home childcare a day after the uk begin administering the covid nineteen vaccine developed by pfizer in biontech. Canada has authorized. The use of the shot inoculations could begin there as early as next week the. Us food and drug administration is expected to approve the vaccine as early as this weekend after its own study concluded the two dose vaccine was effective and google alphabet told advertisers. Today it's planning to lift its ban on political ads tomorrow. According to an email reviewed by the wall street journal google. Put it in place. It's so called sensitive policy ahead of the us presidential election amid concerns about misinformation. We'll have a lot more coverage of the day's news on the wsj's what's news. Podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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Optimism for Stimulus Deal Pushes U.S. Stocks to New Records

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Optimism for Stimulus Deal Pushes U.S. Stocks to New Records

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's the closing bell. Brief for thursday december seventeenth. I'm charlie turner for the wall street journal. The key stock index is finished the day at record highs. The dow jones industrials rose one hundred. Forty eight points to close at thirty thousand three hundred three. The nasdaq composite gained one hundred six points and the s&p five hundred rose twenty one. Investors are betting congress will soon reach a deal on a stimulus package to support consumers and businesses hurt by the pandemic negotiations continued thursday on a roughly nine hundred billion dollar bill that would include a new round of direct payments to households to give themselves more time to complete a deal lawmakers weighing another stopgap spending bill to tied the government over before current funding runs out on saturday at twelve o one. Am and there's more evidence that a surgeon covid nineteen cases and resulting business restrictions are hurting the economy. The labor department says new claims for unemployment benefits jumped last week. Economists had expected a small decline among individual stocks. The homebuilder lanark gained seven point six percent. After it said first quarter home deliveries. An order would be stronger than analysts. Predicted and rite aid shares rose more than seventeen percent after the company's quarterly profit topped expectations. We'll have more coverage of the day's news on the wall street. Journal's what's podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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U.S. Shoppers Pulled Back Spending in November

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:44 min | 4 months ago

U.S. Shoppers Pulled Back Spending in November

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's your midday brief for wednesday december sixteenth. I'm shay waylon for the wall street journal. The commerce department says retail sales fell one point one percent in november from the prior month amid a surge in coronavirus cases in new business restrictions in some states the november decline plus revised numbers showing a drop in october. Mark the end of several months of growth in retail spending restaurants department stores and vehicle dealerships. All reported sharp declines but purchases of groceries and building materials increased along with online sales. Congressional leaders are closing in on a roughly nine hundred billion dollar corona virus relief deal. The package is expected to include another round of direct payments to households. That's according to people familiar with the negotiations though. The checks are likely to be smaller than those in the initial round. The package will likely not include funding for state and local governments or liability protections for businesses to sticking points at a bog down talks and the supreme court has agreed to take up the issue of compensation for student athletes. The court will hear the nc double a.'s. Appeal of lower court rulings. That found the association unlawfully limited competition for college athletes by restricting. How they could be compensated. Those rulings allowed student. Athletes to receive education related benefits such as laptop computers internships in funds for graduate school blah lot more coverage of the day's news on the wsj's. What's news. Podcast you can edit your playlist on your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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1286: "Rory's Dad"

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3:34:31 hr | 6 months ago

1286: "Rory's Dad"

"We represent we represent them we represent. Adam Curry John's he divorced. Twenty Twenty Award winning give on Asian media. Fascination. Episode Twelve hundred eighty this is no agenda. Franken tops and broadcast live from opportunities thirty-three here in the Frontier Boston Texas capital of the room star state. The morning everybody, I'm Adam Curry from northern silicon. Valley. Where we're told that if the Democrats win the Republicans will be rounded up and shot while I'm John Devora. Bob. Who told you? that. Well first of all, it was the Scott Adams theory and then I've started noticing it cropping up we have a for example up in Washington. County prosecutor has again denigrated constituents this time with the alarming claim that we must cleanse society of the disease thinking of trump supporters. This Guy Greg banks there he's in Island County prosecutor. These prosecutors are all over the place is notoriously anti-trump goes it goes on and on but then then you think well, it's just a lunatic. Got Elected but he's a lunatic and then you hear this from Keith Olbermann I got that clip. This is the Obermann is insane clip. Gosh. Yeah. I think I saw this on the airplane on the way on the way to Vegas. And why would they show this on an airplane was on my phone Oh. Okay, this brace ourselves. The task is twofold, the terrorist trump must be defeated must be destroyed must be devoured at the ballot box, and then he had his enablers and his supporters and his collaborators and the Mike Lees and the William Bars and the Sean Hannity's and the Mike Pence's and the Rudy Giuliani's kyle written houses and the Amy Coney Barrett's must be prosecuted and convicted and removed from our society while we try to rebuild it. He should have said while we try to build it back better that would have made it a perfect clip. Weekly came he came close. He came close well, I'm going to agree with him. I'M GONNA agree with Olbermann I'm going to agree with the California. And this is because of the most recent meet up. We had in Vegas though now in media report I have to give the bad news before you do that. Okay. Seven cards differ Oh my God ladies and gentlemen of was it just car knows slow or was the speed It was a medium speedy wasn't fast. What time is it is is pretty much a thirty seconds late alright CNBC squawk box. There you go. It's not good news. For today, we have seven cars effort medium-speed bitcoin eleven thousand four hundred thirty four, ladies, and gentlemen. That's all we have for you. Hard. Zephyr soon will no longer be here with us on a show day. When does that end I don't know I. Thought. It was over already. I thought it was over in October. So we went to Vegas and had a fantastic meet up. It was it was really incredible because for a fleeting moment everything was normal again. Just, for a fleeting moment in an area of I, don't know it was yard. At this at this bar outside kind of patio and we had about sixty people and it was glorious. We were we were I mean everyone came in without masks. Just. Everyone hanging out having a good time spitting in each other's face shaken hands hugging recognition Oh my God I haven't seen you in. So long citizen x showed up. He's like she'd like the Gadfly buzzing all over jumping on people. It was so nice it as as if everybody completely forgot what was going on. And that was just I mean I can't even explain how good that felt. And the people we had their John this vegas meet up were top notch. These were professionals in every single. We had the vegas fire chief there. The chief of the fire. Chief. Yes the Las Vegas fight the chief of the book. Was He there just to make sure that we didn't burn the place down or would you know agendaless? No, he was there is no agenda listener with his wife and he he he came specifically he wanted to share a scotch with me. which eventually we got around to he got me a nice little Freud which was a welcome little Little moment. We had teachers nurses. We had EMT's all all in the professional class of service pretty much everybody. Of course, a lot of people who work in Vegas who've. Been, in Vegas. Man. That place is host, it is depressing. It is no, it's. It's an I salute our producers there what an incredibly depressing place. This is the one I hate to be a Downer Dolly or whatever you can use as a term. But the one reason I was good. I would've gone to Vegas thing for the sole purpose of seeing what I keep being told about the place being kind of depressing it's a jump in place twenty, four, seven every day of the year you know all year of years after years now supposed to be Kinda half dead and I'd love to see that and I didn't haven't seen it snow by the way I do I just got a note on the back office, he was the fire chief. Captain I'm sorry fire captain well, good enough for me. Okay fire captain. Yeah. We stayed at the encore, which was Dame Angela got forced completely calm. Do we only had to pay the resort fee? Not You know That was really nice and we had a dynamite room. But you know you start off with the room? Fantastic room great view many bar is hammered shut. There's no water in the room. Yeah. Of course, you can't have and you can't have Kovic can't of anything traveling. Oh no I mean. They really don't even want to clean your room. And here here's a couple of plastic cups. You can drink tap water out of. which you try to open up the plastic around the cup and the The cup immediately splits in three pieces. August two cups. Class. To. A. Motel. They didn't have one of those hokey coffee machines in the room couldn't even do that. So they took the coffee machine out. No coffee machines, all of the and I think at this point is just bullshit just WANNA cut costs. They fired everybody. There's nobody going there. Yeah. They gotta do everything they can't they cut caused those big billy's caused fortune to just heat up and just say so just tell me the truth. So tired of all the bull-crap lies them. So as opposed to the other kind of lies while I'm really. I realized I couldn't quite figure out why am I? I'm tired I'm just tired and I realize I'm also emotionally tired. and. And there's a couple of reasons and this will come back to you know being rounded up. I learned so much everything we've been talking about was confirmed and without fail every single person said thank you John so much because of you I have been able to make it through. This gosh. My my headphones or Pause I'm squealing like a crazy man house s one-two-one-two-one-two better. Gosh. Do you hear the on here my headphones? No. There's squawking. Everybody. Had to everyone everyone had the same message was you have no idea and it makes me feel incredibly good. You have no idea how you I mean, we had a nurse couples both of them nurses like everything you said was so right and we were one emt was there was contracted out for the Emergency Hospital in Vegas basically sat there for months twiddling his thumbs. We had a respiratory technician who's an instructor and she said everything you said is right all the way down to an am not blaming anyone nor did she say we didn't know what to do. We were given instructions. and. Definitely people died unnecessarily on ventilators imagine imagine the kind of information I got like man oh. Yeah Gross. Yeah. So it was yeah. Gross grosses is probably a good way to look at it. So but you know it was it was so fantastic we had. Service personnel, one of our producers, who's there we had his leg in his arm blown off and put back on and he had the rays to show it soon. But he Just didn't feel good afterwards. Yeah and and we went out to dinner with Dame Angela and Patrick Kabul and of course, the whole she'll family and was we had a great time. And I realized that every single person had said the following to me that they could not. Speak their mind. Where they worked. The could not speak their mind because they were all afraid of getting fired. And we had media professionals who sit day in day out making complete bullcrap equity equality, black lives matter stuff for their corporations for media for television. They're all frustrated and no one feels like can say anything for fear of their job. and. And so I realized. That because we have made ourselves on cancelable with the help of Gitmo nation because we can eat. I simultaneous I've every. So often I reflect on. Yes so that. Made me very happy of course but on the other hand, I am truly is deeply deeply saddened. That no one feels they can stand up for themselves and they are trapped and if no one does that now. And I don't even think it matters who wins the election. If? No one does that. You're screwed because you're you're know we all the masks outside of our little party were all chicken shit when it comes down to it. And went and it goes way beyond covert. It's all the just all the social engineering that's happening and people are afraid for their livelihoods and. It doesn't matter which president is in place it. We don't have the balls to stand up and say no and be willing to take the consequences. It's over really is I think it's done. because you know they're coming for your cash next. And total control, total total total control, and I'm I I need a break because I'm just mentally worn down from it all and I know everybody's mentally worn down but if no one will stand up for themselves well, then we get exactly what we deserve and that really made me sad I'm very, very sad about it it here's what makes me said. This is take one step further. The people who are in the industry that are sincerely promoting the sincerely promoting a cashless society. sincerely. Promoting wearing masks time people that are the I would use the old. Soviet useless idiots. That art are useful. Yes. Of course it was a Freudian. We ads. Yeah. To go out there and they promote the OH. This is so great in fact we have. Here, mechanic near, we do use mechanics bank where they recently switched from mastercard for our regular banking to a Visa Card with the smart would the has regular normal smart chip. This has got to the smart capit- chip. And Jay's got you know I didn't implement mine. Yeah. I said wait till my Lincoln completely expires I'm not putting online until I'm ready until I have to Jason Yes. Really Cool. You can just tap things you know you tap it has got the chip just looks different guy like. Little. Some some ransom. Induction current in a circuit. Id. It's an RFID chip repair and And the fuel yet this is so much more convenient and this and that, but we don't need cash and. There's just all in and I'm to tell people that are like you had to meet up or saying Jesus is terrible but this is great. Yeah well, and there are more people that think this is great. Yeah. Then there are realists. Well, this is out of order, but I'll just play a quick one minute and twenty clips in since we bring it up here. This is Richard Werner, he's professor at demand for university in. Deutschland he just speech recently about what the central banks are doing and we if we want to, we can talk about how money is created but I think A lot of people already understand how that works read up on the Federal Reserve or fractional reserve banking but this comes right along with the Fed. Now, it'll be twenty, twenty, three. It's not going to be tomorrow, but it will be in the form of another stimulus and we're going to go to a digital dollar and the same is happening everywhere fi fi lagarde in Europe says, we're doing a digital euro every country is doing it digital. Currency a digital version of their currency Dan Richard Werner took a moment just to explain what that means, how the central banks this my last line because my two of minutes just have reacted to the truth coming out. They. Admit that the they've been telling porkies, and now that took me a moment to figure out porkies and then I remembered my Australian. Rhyming Slang porkie pie with a big fat lie so I guess that's abbreviated to Porky's. Admit. They've been telling porkies, and now they propose to increase their power. So Central Bank is belatedly admitted Oh. Oh, now that you've mentioned it, yes. Banks create the money supply. So let's abolish that now. And also by the way, let's abolish cash. So what should we do well introduced digital cyber currency that central banks issue in control and thereby. Gained total control over all economic transactions decisions and the whole lot. You've just heard from the CEO of the. So. The greatest concentration of central bank power in history is really the bid they're aiming. That's the central banks go and of course, digital accounts of. Dissenters and regime critics could switched off be very difficult to even purchase necessities. So this is an alien of total control, the end of any freedoms that's. Really, what central banks are aiming at several central banks have like the Bank of England already prepared their. MICROCHIP IMPLANT RFID chip. To be implanted under your skin. And why certain discussion about universal basic income from the grassroots in inverted commas, movements and billionaires. us-based bribe for you to accept the microchip. The microchip is now in your card, it's going to be it can be under your skin. You know that that's taking it. One step further doesn't matter the chip. Is there Ben Everyone's okay in the UK they're. Talking about how they're going when they of course, separate from the European Union have a digital pound. and well, cash. Yeah. We still want people to have cash and so this is out in the open We we're GONNA do away with ATM, really need to get cash. But what we'll do is we'll make sure that you can always get cash back at the supermarket. Doesn't get much nuttier than that. That people say, oh, that's great. How convenient? Yes. Oh, tell me by the way I should mention one of my pet peeves. cashback. Slows the process we have enough problems with people that the for one thing you can stick people realize you stick your card in there at the beginning of the transaction wants they rung up on one item and you can move along you can put code your stuff in there and Ben Carter. Party tell you to take it out and you can be ready to go soon as your last item is rung up but no people they way and they wait and they were. Total is this L. K., and then they dig around usually a woman in Berkeley digs around her person she finds her car she sticks it in there. She lives her glasses up and she lives from glasses down she puts them up. She puts she puts them up. You put some downs pokes in a few numbers you so and that's not right and take forever and she's standing there with the glasses going up and down, and the next thing you know and then cash back. Gets now you gotta ring up the register gives it gives her twenty away no way she's not done because I need a pack a Salems and so someone has to go on. As we gotta get, we gotta get the person who has the key to the case and I want three scratch offs I want a lot of five. Am I right? No, in Texas yes. Without America okay. So that is you're right though that is a debt would extend it to make it worse. So, digital cash is coming. I was was already in the first cares act. They had the digital dollar in their show their hand. Took it back. It's not in the two Heroes Act I'm sorry. It's not in heroes two point Oh. But all of that is up for negotiation as we know let's just continue on the dystopia tip before I get to the real pet peeve. Amazon we joked about the Amazon social distancing etc that they had in their warehouses with circles where you look at the screen and there's a green circle around you when you're walk and then if you're circle crosses the other circle, they go read and then you get warning warning dangerous. well, TV Station in Detroit went to the local Amazon warehouse got an official tour of all of the fantastic measures they put in place in the reason for this, and then this is where I'm coming down to this the STOEP in part. You'll recall that Amazon warehouse workers were outraged. We have no protection with got nothing to help us. We're GONNA. Die. Jeff Bezos to the do she's not doesn't care about his people. And I think what happened is Jeff Bezos went oh okay. They WanNa know what it's going to be like okay. Dick. Heads here it comes and man it is bad. Listen to this report we're staying home orders in social distancing so many people relied on Amazon and get them through the past couple of months as they process all of our. Orders. Earlier this year some employees you may recall threatened to walk off the job over safety concerns. Technology inside Amazon. You notice the changes the minute you walk in the door temperature and health checks immediately everywhere you look someone's either i. just when you. When you hear this report I, want you to think the movie Gatica. With people walking single file, you know one squirt of hand sanitizer stop. Okay. Get my head scan for the temperature. Okay. Move on stay socially distance guy who's talking from Amazon has a a headset microphone with a little boom like countryman type boom in front of his mouth he's got a speaker on his chest. And that's the sound the sound coming out so that he doesn't have to yell too loud at the slaves you can just talk through his little microphone. So that's why it sounds like technology data. The Way and health checks immediately everywhere you look someone's either cleaning or sign age reminds you or technology shows you that you need to keep a safe distance can take a look at this technology. This lets them know whether they're actually getting too close when we get. Ahead tasks forgetting alert thought get alert that there's reduced this building. Every major in the building has led technology from the main distribution floor, every single shift and. Twenty, four hours a day. Associates walked and make sure people are saying this big changes to address Kobe nineteen concerns. Some employees here were not happy with how the facility responded to the pandemic. They were vocal they wanted change one step inside the building. It changes your clear employs now in place with one task to monitor social distancing fifty team members here on the lookout overall. But notice how people are also called associate. That's a new word for slave associates company investing more than four billion on Cova nineteen related initiatives. For. US just associated from inside these buildings to the employees trucks in the packages that make their way to your door stab a massive effort to keep up with demand and to keep everyone. That's what it is. Man Pigs June clothing. You're right. 'cause I 'cause I would do the same thing. Bazo said actually left the operation to to run on the way it used to run and it was pretty much normalize. It was like the normal feeling you had when you went to the meet up and they were grousing about it because there have been susceptible to propaganda and the end. And so basis she's you know I've given these guys the dot between do whatever they want kind of a Swedish approach and now they're. About okay. Let's go to the extreme which is what you always like to do. Let's go to the extreme, take it to the Max and have the additional benefit of not allowing anybody to get near anybody else, and they've never be able to unionize under these circumstances of course not. If of course not but what's happening is people are just staying quiet and shutting up brings me to the final point. I am incredibly disappointed in our lab technicians anyone who deals with the PCR test. You are really and I love you all. But your pieces of shit because we went through a curve flattening and that was to protect the hospitals and then we come out with the. Testing, which everyone who actually knows what it is and we've learned about it in the past few months started talking about it in March or April that these things can be rigged depending on how many cycles you spin to get tests positive, which are probably just false positives. You have something going on the media has turned that into cases. We now have an infection rate based upon a positive PCR test. And, no one is saying anything. This was not the deal not the agreement. And the lab technicians are completely one hundred percent complicit listen to this from North Carolina from the team Corona Virus help desk viewer ask why is North Carolina using a threshold of thirty seven when it comes to Kobe testing isn't there a better chance for false negatives at that level North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services says the state public health lab uses a testing method? No, no. Listen to the report false. This is why I'm really mad. False negatives isn't there a better chance for false negatives at that level. North. Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services says the state public health lab uses a testing method for nasal swabs where thirty seven signifies the cutoff. For Positive case, a spokesperson tells us no matter which method you use. No test is foolproof and she adds that the manufacturers data suggests that across rush of thirty seven maximizes the detection of true positives while minimizing the detection of false positives. Threshold of twenty five, we'll reduce false positives, but it will also Miss Minnie Copa, nineteen infections. This clip will go down in history because they the weirdest thing I've ever heard, we've done enough reporting on this not reporting with deconstruction. On. This from insiders that is what she said she's actually doesn't make any sense whatsoever in any way. What is being said here by the professionals and by the lab technicians and the creator of this particular PCR test which I believe is the thermo. The Thermo Guys Go. Actually we have paperwork saying forty five cycles. What they are now saying is. We're not getting enough positive tests because below thirty seven really blow according to every technician spoke who accurate. Yes Below anything over thirty five should be disregarded thirty seven they're saying Oh. To many false positives I e were not getting enough positives because you need to crank it up, which gives you complete false data. It picks up all kinds of stuff and certainly doesn't mean you're infected and sick. This is a smoking smoking gun. It's happening everywhere the lab technicians and they're too afraid to say anything and we are going into we're forgetting it. We're forgetting that this was not supposed to be about Andrew Cuomo in New York. This piece of work. Listen to how he is taken us from flattened the curve, save our healthcare system keep which we never needed New York because we had ships, we had the Javid Center none of it was ever needed but all my goodness, you Hasidic Jews, all my goodness we got positive and lock you down to your block bitches we do more testing than any state in the United States. We do more testing in one day Jim than most states do all week. So when you do that much testing, you can target exactly where the new cases come from quote. Unquote clusters. Target them by clusters now it's clusters like is a bunch of infected people just goop together with US exactly where the new cases come from quote unquote clusters and we can target them by block. Now doing is where we see a cluster. Our infection rate. Is. Still lower than most eights, we just target those clusters. No, it's not political. This is not political. This is this is control. This is listen to what he says our infection rate in a cluster is about five percent, which is still lower than most states we just target those clusters and we have a couple of oak unique clusters frankly, which are more religious organizations. And that's what we're targeting but that's the way it should happen. Do you blame those for flouting the rules blame blame? It will be done by higher authority at one time. They are not following the rules. We know what happens when you don't follow the rules. In fact she where it goes I'll just you know what happens when you don't follow the rules through outdoor is a you should it. Following the rules, we know what happens when you don't follow the rules in factory it goes up and it just proves our point from the from the get-go We know how to control the virus, but you have to control the virus. and. When you don't follow the rules, it goes up and that's what's happening in these very small clusters. Now, these are religious groups. Can Get more complicated frankly. Because of some cultural aspects, but the issue is with that Ultra Orthodox community. Before let him finish Ultra Orthodox. Community is an Orthodox pretty clear. What that means but no, it's ultra Orthodox. and. ULTRA RIGHT-WING CLEEF First Amendment is about free speech and freedom of religion if you think they're Ju- If you think it's just the Jews today it's just the ultra. Jews your mouth is about to be muzzled for good. This. Is Not a matter of religious freedom right I. don't care if you're. Catholic. Jewish. Religious or an atheist. You have to follow the rules of the state. Of the state remember these words, you must follow the laws of the state the rule of the state this is this is and we end the troll room you. It's funny. Now, they'll joking around. Your the first ones to go trolls because your chicken shit and you're afraid you're afraid to say at P. speak from incredible privilege. But I am really not your incredible privilege. I haven't noticed that I can't get canceled. That's yeah that's what I'm talking about. It's a privilege. So reminder. Cases is not what we dealing with in March, and April and May and they switched it. We called it. We've attracted everyone's forgotten about it and oh. Yeah. Let's not forget the database glitches in the over counting making Kobe nineteen cases in Missouri didn't really happen according to the state health. Department state blames a database air for report of more than five thousand new cases more than twice as much as previous singer record. Knowing how many people test positive for Covid, nineteen day to day allow state and local leaders to track the trends are more restrictions needed to stem sharp rise workin restrictions be eased because cases are dropping off, but something went wrong Saturday. Morning electronically, a number was produced five thousand. We do not think represents. A true one day. Morning after starting the pandemic keeping track of numbers on paper. The state now uses three electronic databases on average. The number's electronically cintas databases add up to that thirteen to fourteen hundred new cases a day five, thousand, one day that was a red flag it most likely represents. Data over time aggregated. Going back for weeks somehow several days of data got summarized as a one day total. It appears it remains to be seen what the impact will be from a lack of data for several days but Williams is promising new accurate numbers on Wednesday works. Backtracking yeager out. Acknowledge you stay in coin why that number? which we don't think reflect reality. Bull market be. These people are lying and the final one in my rant set is from alight lily. President trump claims and I will say claims, I'll do an claims that he was cured. You got some kind of fantastic cure for the monologue Lucca, canonical? Antibodies. and. There's two companies that make these regeneration. So he calls it the regeneration. And Eli Lilly and he also continuously said e Lydia's coming up with this to cure is the headline on the page for the following video that have the audio for. US. Pauses. Eli. Lilly, trial of antibody drug trump touted as covid nineteen cure over safety concerns. So reminder he got the regenerate drug, which just yesterday was approved as an official Ebola treatment. I don't know how that works but finally fine with me works resource similarity between these lab developed Pathogens. So you it being connected. Listen to the report it's dry but listen to the report and you tell me if they if you really understand it until you sat through all of the dryness when they disclaimer at the very end, what they really say factories with the US Food and Drug Administration uncovered serious quality control problems at an ally Lilly pharmaceutical plants that is ramping up to manufacturer a Cova. Drug touted by President Donald Trump as a cure for the disease that's according to government documents. Three sources familiar with the matter government documents seen by Reuters show that inspectors who visited an ally Lily Plant in New Jersey last November found that data on the planet various manufacturing processes had been deleted and not appropriately audited following that inspection. The FDA. Classified the problems as the most serious level violation resulting in an official action indicated notice a former associate chief counsel at the FDA. said that notice means. Quotes the violations are serious enough and have a significant enough impact on public health that something needs to be fixed ally Lilley said, it was working aggressively to address all concerns raised during the inspection. The drug maker also said, the data deletions cited by the FDA were not related to production of the covid nineteen drug separately ally. Lilley. Said earlier on Tuesday that the government sponsored clinical trial of its covid nineteen antibody treatments has been put on hold over a potential safety concern the company did not release. On what that problem was he lillies drug is similar to the regenerate Pharmaceuticals Treatment President Donald Trump received hafer he contacted covid nineteen. So, this drug had nothing to do not the drug the president took. The reason for the plant having to stop production was not related to anything. It's some some inspectors saw some data deleted but had nothing to do with this drug. Governments are not global yet pharmaceutical corporations our global this is whether it works or not I don't know, but they're holding this up for reasons they're holding it up for reasons for an idea. You know this is you like to always refer to the. Airbus Boeing battles of the hours. Those are kind of over I'm now thinking auto aviation will win but yeah. Well yeah, but there's still companies making the jets the Is it possible that you have I mean 'cause this is millions, billions of dollars involved here. You got some guy who works for the other companies working here. He said he's a visa just you know attack. And he goes in and deletes a couple of data files goes into the made mainlanders deletes bleak. There's all this is about if you listen to the care for the report, just just delete this folder just delete it. You're up there. You see it boom gone. And then you just walk merrily walkaway I'm sure they keep an eye with the like they do at the Amazon place. And you have not yet but they're not. And now you've put these guys in arrears. This is like a big win for you a big bonus from the other company. If you're just an espionage type person I, think this is going on why wouldn't it be good be but definitely could be if it weren't the fact that the big announcement about regeneration, the Ebola side of it not the. Weirdest thing I've ever. It's not a proof for. that. Is All happened. Wants Trump's at mentioned Eli Lilly? Of course of course, of course, that's why of course and Johnson and Johnson, remember he touted their vaccine, you mentioned our name. Man To stop stop some adverse reaction in their vaccine, Johnson and Johnson stopped. So they're they're stopped. Yeah. Trump's go after some name guys that aren't doing anything. That's the problem. Everybody is like well, trump's going to make it all better. No, he's not. He's not. He's not GonNa make it worse now if he wins, he's not GonNa make. Wins he's not GonNa make it better. Everybody has to do more making it. Everybody has to do their part. You've gotTA stand up and say no and. You know I have a personal issue with the PTR test specifically, which was developed to detect the HIV virus, which is apparently discovered by Robert Gallo who at the CDC we saw on stage early in March they shuffled him off the guy who didn't get the Nobel prize for finding the HIV virus or even though he says he did. Didn't piece of evidence to back him up. They did. PCR. Tests the same junked it's and it's they're very accurate precise accurate that you can spin it up and say, Oh, my God you gay guy who's had fifteen part sexual partners this week sniffing coke doing poppers he don't look so good. Oh let me test. You Got HIV let me put you on this azt that's the rejected cancer drug friends of mine died because of that because of the PTR testing. That's my my conclusion. From everything all put together and the same is going to happen here and where we joked and laughed about FEMA. And Internment camps and. They've got the body, the body bags body cases. This too is going to come to pass in Canada. It's already there isolation camps. Brandy Hillier also asked about the PCR test if you recall in in parliament and Ottawa stood up and said, hey, there's this RFP out here for isolation camps for For Canadians here in in Ottawa, I'd like to know what this is about. Why do you have this in my supplemental washing yesterday asked government if the people of interior should prepare for German cash? In September, the federal government posted a call for expressions of interest. For Contractors to supply, provide and manage foreign team. `isolation camps, throat every province, every territory and Kenda these warranty `isolation types. However are not limited. People with. Covert. Provide a why latitude for many people to be detained Shirtless. Government is aware of the intention to build these isolation camps. Close coast. And my question to the previous. Of these catch will be built and how many people does this government expect to? Stay here thank you. Thank you Mr Speaker. It is very true that when people leave the country and when they come back in the. Provinces suggesting and the federal government cooperation federal everywhere suggesting that people isolate themselves that has been A. Very successful not only here in the province Ontario and across. Across Canada and we will, of course, be redoubling our efforts to make sure that the people the province. Tara. Remain safeness just Mr Speaker so the members referring to the fact that That one of the public health policies is that when you return from jurisdiction of Sidon province of Ontario or from another country that he likes to let yourself for for two weeks, I would suggest that that has been a a good policy that's working. In fact, this House has been doing the same thing since we came back here working in Kopeks to make sure that the legislative assembly continued to operate. That's why we have to separate cohorts. Mr Speaker Response Operation the official opposition knows why all members of the independence have been excluded from that cohort because we want them to be able to participate debates when he continued to everything in our power to make sure that this house continues but the province Ontario. CARE. Kicks. Throughout the world and this is red book a put it in my own redbook. The two-week isolation is not going away. It's not going in the united. States is not going to go in Europe and I know lots of people like Oh. Yeah. I got into Europe I just had to stay isolated for two weeks the that's that's the future it's not going to week vacation is this. It's not going to go away and win this. Randy Hillier started asking a little bit further. He got a shut up slave. Question. Here's the are. In in the RPM. Uses. Language to express that these packs. Can Be used for a broad spectrum of people not limited issued travelers indeed it doesn't even mention in intimate international travelers. They just abroad latitude of people. And also over the copy RPI. So your government is must be negotiating negotiations and where these plans. To potentially detain an isolate citizens and residents. Of our country their. Speaker to the premier. Where will these camps be built? How many people will be detained? and. For what reasons can people be kept. In these, isolation camps. And I'd like to buy late to have the primary sure that people. Save. Mike off shut next question it's not just about the international. They just cut the guys Mike. Mike. Offset. A member sit down. And he just went onto the next question. I finally, really understand Alex Jones my God for twenty five years. They've been growing babies in. He freaks out from time to time. Now. Here's this air here is here's for me is the bottom line in my heart I want trump to be president for the next four years. Realistically. It's better if he loses because then I just have to wait for years and they're going to do it. I would rather everyone's in the state of mind we. Were all jacked were wired. We understand that this is not right. What's happening I'd rather they bring the hammer down so we can see it and fight against it because if we have four years of La. Di. Da. It's it's just it's going to be that much worse than for years. So lesson injured. Yeah. That's kind of defeatist. I feel very defeatist. Absolutely I do because I saw it I saw people who are who are too afraid to do anything. And then doesn't matter trump's GONNA save you. Well I want to stand this team because I have A. Coincident clipped at seems to fit into the saw there on your incidences John We know that. And this is the thing I. I kind of this I think I may have teased this or mentioned it in the I don't know what I did but this is the another new Scott? Adams. Theory. and. This is dispose right into place with the which makes me think trump's gonNA. Win Big. If you hear this whole thing out with silence thing where people are afraid to speak up and it's also goes back to I remember when I was still at PC magazine and I remember the new publisher whose whose brother was a climatologist and he says No none at nobody and business except for a few extremists and people on huge grants believing in climate that climate change is that big of a deal? And we've already reported that the Russians have some charting. That is a lot more accurate than the stuff we do nobody wants even talk about that and he says that he's I said, why didn't you say something to can't? He says you can't say anything against shouted down. and. This whole thing is because the left has become these these there the bullies everyone's call everyone else I believe but they're the bullies to see all you've you are what I say. I am what I say you are. Being Self Jakob the health. Yes and I love that phrase. And this discussed theory on gas lighting trump's supporters. So small started using maybe gas lighting in the the popular way even though it's incorrect. And Democrats guests lighted themselves. Which I've never seen before. They've guest lighted themselves, and the way they've done is they've they've frightened trump supporters into silence. So, they've done so bad to trump supporters that trump supporters go into hiding, including I. Think. When pollsters call the Democrats have scared trump supporters into hiding but then here's the funny part. They've scared trump supporters into hiding. But. They still believe the polls. You see we're going to this. I don't think that could be funnier. One thing to scare trump supporters into hiding and that not believe the polls because you 'cause the Polo, your own actions caused the poles not to be reliable because you think maybe they're just not admitting they support trump. So that's the irony is that their own actions will cause them. If trump wins again, I think he will if trump wins again the level of surprise and shock that they're about to experience. Might even. Surpass twenty. Sixteen. Now. We all think that's really funny but it's not because they're also my neighbors. It's not that funny anymore to me. I do have to discuss this. This is I get. Oh, I don't know never been called by police cry out. Yes. I have been called by polls consistently get called by polls I have an old online I have all the earmarks summit gets with bringing beginning of today's show the phone rings. That was probably somebody from Mexico. India Brian to sell my been getting the social security call an awful lot of my I gotta get it on tape. Anyway. So the and I? I got a social security card I went to the guy and he starts going into into pornography. You had been watching porn and he knew it no no I wasn't been watching porn 'cause it's boring but he went into pornography star. I wish and I'm thinking to myself I have got to get a better. I've got rig up these recorders call man losing so much material on a daily basis. Back to my story so I get called by pollsters a lot and the last time I, got called I have to kind of agree with Scott because there were asking questions about you think trump is right about this you and I was very reluctant to say we'll maybe there you know because it was you get a little paranoid you go. Tunnel I know this. Gallup. Brian. Taking. Ryan. Ryan. Tell, I'd like this trump idea or should I even say anything honest. So I was reluctant to say anything that was jet to he may be He may have caught and I never thought about it until he did this little Spiel, he may be right People on all the polls are very reluctant to say anything pro-trump because they're afraid they're going to get it brick through the window. Yes Nazi Germany. These are the Nazis and this is why I confidently say trump is going to win. He will win the popular vote. He's going to sweep everything but he's not king. He Does Not Run New York who's running New York not Nancy Pelosi Not Chuck Schumer no Andrew Cuomo was running New York who's running Texas? It's Greg Abbott. It's not the best guy in the world. People are just. It's not going to fix it. It's just not going to fix it. So I'm not yeah I'm sad I'm a defeatist. Sad. If I saw now I'm taking it back. I saw all these people who run the country. You know it's not the elites sees people it's the fire captain it's the nurses. It's the EMT it's the military. It's the technician at the Vegas shows who you know the shows are all bankrupt. People, running it. They make it's the dude dude named Ben Doodads named Bernadette it. But you can you can put trump in place, but it look what happened. He was president four years we gotta do something ourselves. That's all I'll get off my high horse and stop about it because. I just need I need a one show break from from the thoughts. After the election. All right. Now for the latest propaganda since. The NBA can't get any any eyeballs on their games. They've decided to the any and get steph curry back once again, and they've got a great interview with him and Bill Gates which I don't think they spoke to each other. This was completely hacked together mem- memory old radio days where the I'll send the transcript out me up. Yeah. It just had a bunch of answers and you're supposed to phony up to questions. which became kind of the that became a cartoon network or whatever that show is at night where the adult swim adult swim those rumor that Ghost show that guy who asked all kinds of offbeat questions to the wrong answers Oh. Yeah. Yeah blow. Yes. So it almost like one of those, it was called an electronic press kit. And we used to get on vinyl. They were huge discs which you could. Really. Bill Sixteen inch transcription disconnected. Especial Fairchild thing with a big Guy Platter can if you couldn't play it more than twice or three times it will. Lead. You played at once it was wearing. So, this is what it looked like an steph curry is. All stylized and he shot from different angles. You can even hear the pacing. It's always how you know. It's how how. How this was done the pacing all off. There's no actual interaction is covered up with the music track and Bill Gates. I guess someone got the message out to him bill. You know first of all, you're saying the same thing you're sitting in the same place, we can't even identify it's a newer and old interview. Let your hair go gray man. Let's get a little shaggy. down. Covert style. So he looks like crap with with re I mean he's really gray. It's just I mean I notice these things is not done his hair coloring and it's all shaggy. So there's some messaging there and we'll whatever you whatever you do. Let's remember this is not about flattening the curb with the hospital it's not about people dying no no, no, no no let's talk about where you say covert nineteen has impacted not just here domestically in the United States globally if we just look at the Cova death-knell. Brunner. Away. Even in the same room obviously no, they're not in the same room we knew that this. May, just that you didn't play more than. Fifteen seconds on this thing. And immediately, it sounds like just an edited up bullshit and why Steph Curry Wendy become this Barbara Walters of the NBA when did that happen? I. Think he interviewed him a time previously. Is Not, the first. Interview as an aside was like business side, I'll take it on me. I've gotten comments that the show uses the term. Oh, brother too much. I started using it so. I agree I sailed away too much. I appreciate it when when I get that kind of criticism like Yeah Damn I, don't want that I'll stop saying not gonNA stop saying you don't have to it's your stupid after the election I will never say it again. I took an on from you and started using it like contagious threats and so I'm stopping that Tom Stopping and should be okay. But it's what? Stop because you hear the ability to actually stop on a dime, you've already said it three or four times in the show. So I just WanNa, you know I got I get I. Get five show. Okay. We'll talk about where you say covert nineteen is impacted not just here domestically in the United States but globally if just look at the Cova death number no way for the rich countries does it capture the negative effects the tragedy? So whatever and Oh yeah. Please whatever you do don't look at the Cova number which is near zero percentage. Wise. Look at the No, no. Don't look at that. Don't look over there. No you've got to look at the horrible things. Now, wait for the negative effects, the tragedy what's going on things like Mental Hal through the educational deficits or other diseases that messing up the health system is making more prevalent. It's much more difficult dimensional particularly in the poorest companies. Like hunger poverty getting lifesaving Madison's has been trigano except Mac. This is one of the guys who advocated for lockdown shut down and now he's dancing on people's grave. He actually did not. You mentioned it at say we should just be completely like down to. Beyond Christmas yeah. Oh No don't look at the death number. No. Now, look at all the horrible things that is 'cause, which is depression and other sicknesses people dying from other things. It's grants by curry. And this is why why steph curry man is eat com man steph curry because our eight I was referring to you and that gag I gotcha are Adolph's brothers and sisters aren't having any of it. They're not on board their problem get steph curry in here get them to tell us what to do. Oh, and by the way staff. Let's make sure that everyone understands it those conspiratorial thinking. Adolph's American descendants of slavery, which is very, very Blacks have a reason to think about this. To Ski Experiments. They've had so many things happen to them eugenics. They are they are considering. To, of course, because they have experience. So you know I wonder you, you've got to Mojo what does he think about Steph curry as as his spokesperson or representative of the black community at large I don't see it. Mo- doesn't even watch basketball anymore. So sickened and by it but okay, let's get steph curry could he'll pay get the black guy the black guys listen to them racists. In this generation, we're talking the social media air and affirmation is False information how it's kind of fragmented create a stern certain communities versus others, and it's very targeted in that respect. How much do you worry about how that is disseminated? The question is edited he can't even get a question out straight. Targeted in that respect how much do you worry about? Disseminated throughout our community because information is obviously power especially in just a moment, he's talking about our community. Zip Code you live in Steph. Curry. If I look around your neighborhood is that really your community is that who you speak for you allowed to speak on their behalf now disseminated throughout our community because information is obviously power especially in the responsiveness pandemic things changed so fast well, the digital revolution the Internet. ME Is Poorly edited easier for us to see what's going on medical researchers publishing articles every day and all over the world people can immediately see what the new thinking is there. Thank God for the Work homes in our ability to connect with each other is driven by that but it also has meant that a lot of conspiracy stop what is laughing his voice. What is he chuckling about? Well, if you listen I, mean I know it's boring but the listen to what he holy boring. But but why but all of a sudden he does this, he's talking about something seems deadly serious about and now he's laughing. Key is an Evil Dick. Yes. He thinks it's great I'm telling you this. He gets off on this. It is probably sexual pleasure sexually pledging to him. Freely I really suspect us and our ability to connect with each other is driven by that but it also meant that a lot of conspiracy theories that are faults. Sadly, they spread a lot faster than the truth you know. So the idea that did somebody intentionally cost this thing completely false that can be dangerous because it means you know if you go for these simple but wrong theories getting people to work together and protect each other. So we can get out of this soon as possible. That's really at risk. How should the government deal with that? It's very you this three edits there. You heard that right? There's three, oh? Yes. Answer wrong theories getting. I can. I can put what he said back in I mean I. Can tell you what it isn't just plop it in yourself. It's this. And there's three of them. What it is. That's part of it for sure. Dangerous because it means you know if you go for these simple but wrong theories getting people to work to. Protect each other. So we can get out of this as soon as possible. That's really at risk. How should the government deal with that? It's very different ideas. Citizens are just well informed and they know which publications are very careful about what they say and we don't have to engage in censorship looking at the and he's like. Okay what is their role in that? When somebody says masks don't work which is wrong. What is their responsibility? Other? One of those things pick up to large numbers you know I think we'll come out of this with those companies feeling a stronger sense of responsibility, an accent understanding how public debate about six they need to help here. So I and you. At least six or seven and that one piece alone final clip. So now we know what it is doesn't matter what bill says as long as Steph. Curry is there and saying, Hey, I'm friends with the smartest guy in the world man he says conspiracy theories bad that's the message here. It's very simple and here's the pitch that was all wind up when it goes information I, know especially just the awareness of how this ban Damacus affected black and brown communities. Disproportionate amount. I think the CDC said two point six times more likely for a black person two point eight times for lat next community to contract this disease to contract this disease. Is Not even factually correct from your vantage point knowing issues that have been prevalent long before this pan-demic, but they've only been accelerated. Well, how can we curb this but the right resource in the right place put those communities in much more at ease in terms of the light at the end of the tunnel what is he really saying here? How can we curb this? How can we put? These communities in with the light light at the end of the tunnel to I mean it's like it's like a black lives matter question at the same time. It's really phenomenal which I don't understand because it's his community is a no sunshine in his community. There's a lot of things we still need to do in a community of color still have far less access to testing diagnostics that's in colors. Communities of color that's a new one. Colors missing a lot of things we still need to do in communities of color still have all you might be colors. Might be that he said I can't. Things we still need to do in a community. There's a lot of things we still need to do. All right. What do we need to do? We still need to do in communities of color still have far less access to testing diagnostic I just don't believe. That's true is just saying that they don't go get tested because they don't want it. They don't they don't. Believe in it than the average American in the fact that the testing resources who gets the quick results, it's not in these inner city communities where a lot of the burdens that Senate and Justice Dot to be fixed. Likewise this we do the vaccine trial we've gotta make sure that people who volunteered are very diverse and they didn't show up they were offering a thousand. This of course, we have enough representation from the groups who are being hit. Hardest we understand is it safe? Is it effective in those groups? You know knock just the Fair we wouldn't have predicted that the burden would fall. So heavily on people of Color and we're still confused about that. We know everything we've got it. All right. But we're kind of confused literally if Bill Gates Mister, Prick vaccine is saying. We're still confused. We're not quite sure what it's doing you. Community of black and Brown people community of color. Why would the community of color want you to test something on me if you're not quite sure what it does Explain that to me kissed there. We wouldn't have predicted that the burden would fall. So heavily on people of Color and we're still confused about that. We need to get to the bottom of this because that has to be part of our understanding. Take this shot so we can get to the bottom of it. The messaging is interesting disease and how we reduce this incredible burden but it is very sad that at the same time we see racial injustice through pleasing and we're talking about that we have this raging pandemic. Messing up these communities and sending them back and so hopefully, the awareness we get out of these tragic facts drives us to solve specifically the covert related problems and looking at the broader cap someone sent me a note. But I what before you say that I want to mention that he was actually you can hear that laugh in his voice when he said community other callers communities of colors. Is Hurting them and he thought that was funny. I don't know. The guy is sick. Some. Someone sent me a quote from Edward Burne as the father of propaganda modern marketing PR. And it wasn't as demand. Yeah. Actually it was probably clip which I didn't get He was on the I. Think it was the tonight show who's Johnny Carson? and. He said I'd like people to even though I'm not I like people to call me Dr Bernez because they trust me more with what I say. Bill Gates literally taking a page out of the as propaganda playbook Dr. Gates. I should call you doctor Curry Kobe doctor professor. Professor. Professor devore efforts under work to curry. Yes. Works for me. No problem there. Okay. Anyway final observation from Vegas. The whole place, Vegas in hotels in the elevators everywhere you go. Smells like weed. Oh you know. Gang. Not Not Smoking this to be true talking it. Just the smell of beautiful moist green lovely only herb and flower everywhere I think it's the biggest dispensary in America they have in Vegas. Will, the people are going to Vegas I gotta find some reason to go to Vegas I. Don't think makes them. WanNa Gamble. A good point it's open twenty four hours a day. I remember the time I was in Talking to Kenny win once they. He was attack of the win stuff you as you stated, wind resort. The encore and He's telling these guys can't. They can't come up to his techies 'cause he's a techie. We got this idea. You can put You know we can have gaming in the rooms at one cost much more than five bucks a month you put the machines in there and people would be playing play Keno and they could on this and that. And he said in is, of course, the family has been in the business said, no, no, we don't want. We want. We don't want people in the room at all correct and there's there's signs everywhere. Even though marijuana is legal in the state of Nevada. No Smoking in the room because that's exactly what you do. You scores some weeded the dispensary. Go Up to the room you smoke. If you're lucky you remember this fund downstairs if not, you'll pass out watching the cartoon network. It's very bad for business. It's the worst but the whole place outside just walking outside smells like weed. Yeah. Now, I didn't know this obviously. What would I? Know that but but saying it. Just nothing but believable. Oh. You know having been on MTV which is now thirty five years ago. Facts probably the longer you are em. TV. So long ago, that can barely remember is so long ago and you were still can or fifteen years short of Joe Biden being in Congress. that. Wow That's a shirt. You have to ask the Joe Biden ever work a- Dan is live outside of government. So. There are people who listen to this show who weren't even born when I was on MTV some of them listening to this show who were born after MTV stop playing music videos. But still. But still, there's always someone somewhere who remembers you know Oh head. BANGERS. Ball whatever. And it's kind of really interesting moments where people go. Oh, my God. And it simultaneously, nice embarrassing. But I actually had this in reverse during the meet up. I had a fan girl moment with the keeper actually. You were the fan girl guess. So the so the keeper her job is. The job she takes upon herself is to make sure I'm moving and this was a sit-down event. And at a certain point, you know the manager came opposite. Hey, you know. If, you guys are not wear masks. That's cool. But you know it's against code you have to. You can always if you're sitting down and we're all like, yeah and no one did it which is cool and then he'd send the waitress out and. T. by a certain point, they just went whatever is fine. Enjoy yourselves. So her job so you sit at tables when I'm sitting with the guy with his legs blown off by friendly fire in California, I might add I'm interested and then there's the guy who's making all the trump paraphernalia, the golden trump dollars. Him and his brother. Selling that stuff online you know there's the nursing couples all these great people and she said, you gotTa meet this one guy. And he's an actor he's pretty interesting. And she she just you know that's all she said I'm talking to this guy. For twenty years and I, think he's I. Think. Probably life coach but with an official titles, kind of like. Some of the terms beef that who actually might have it here Sir life coach known. Now, some degree you can get for this Jeez I wish. I. Found that, oh? Yes. Okay. Here's certified core energetics practitioner. Which? They graduate of the Radical Aliveness Institute of Southern California. So. It sounds like something something like that which I would probably be into India's directed. Yeah. Yeah, and he says now but I quit he's he's he's from. Think he's from Saskatoon. Where they were harassed of Canada I think that's where he was from probably going to get this. Wrong. And he said now but I quit Hollywood I was so done with it. I quit. Last year. and. So okay well thinking. Recognize this guy didn't look good looking guy but his name is David David Sutcliffe. Said well. I did a couple of things you ever watch the Gilmore Girls. And by coincidence. One of our lockdown series has been the Gilmore. Girls. And he said Yeah I was I played rory's dead and we literally been watching this show for the past two weeks and I went oh, my God Oh, my God this rory's. And I turned to Tina's rory's dead and she went. To Sophia and. What just to me? Yeah girl. It was very gracious about it. Better be but he but he found the show. because. He was so sick and tired of everything he. was just searching around he said Oh no, let me try this and he got hooked and he and he just came I think he's in San Francisco now I'm not quite sure Came down. Just, for the or upper, every was over. For the for the meet up. Oh. That's nice. Yeah. I. Believe we got a lot of people travelling in for that meet but I thought that was great. I should mention some just so you know. I have never seen one. Episode. Of the Gilmore girls now I, also I don't even know what it's about. Well, I not only never seen it I. Actually had entirely no desire to watch it and I believe the reason for that is the the leader song and the visuals. The makes me feel like. Like an old people like almost like golden girls type show everything about the title and in the. Much. All, wrong. But I kinda got into it. Anyway. And I, think that's about all. I mean. So Patrick Kobe was was great. Organizing with the she'll and Dame Angela and they did a great job near sourcing off the Strip restaurant bar. This was not not anything under the this could not have taken place anywhere. We would have been shut down. Yes. Sounds like A. Very were given a back room. closed off and. Had A fire captain there if he was okay with it seems like the thing is go shirt I was like it was like a beer garden type idea and we were given the garden yet. And then they were given the whole thing but that was great sourcing by Damon. We couldn't even announce this thing because it would have been shut down. This is this is the level of Vegas Vegas is locked tight. How'd assist Jive with this this picture soften the cosmopolitan I posted in the newsletter about two or three months ago when they suppose supposed Open Vegas and the whole casino was packed. The slot machine being bullshitted by somebody. So the slot machines are open everywhere you are. It's like being in a phone booth place in back about blackjack. Oh, here you go. Sit in the phone booth because you got these two screens on either side of your screen in the front. God. Forbid you breathe on the dealer you walk into a phone booth and that's the table. Plexiglas plexiglass between you shove the cards underneath. Like a bank teller window. Ones. So maybe a few months ago they didn't have all that stuff up at all. Yeah everyone's wearing. Increased number of Positive results in the Kizzie remember when this whole thing began and they were trying to flatten the curve and they brought the big ship out to New York and they're put anybody in the jazz all jacked up about flattening the Kerman and they were getting nowhere I mean a lot of this be exposed as bullcrap and where people would do the camcorders going into camcorders with their phones videos going into the hospitals that were on the news that previous night as packed and of Control. There's nobody there that was going on and so then they were they couldn't get you know they weren't getting much traction and all the left-wing media and democracy now is a good example very left wing media. They will deaths when they started hounding trump about testing. Testing we're not doing enough testing. We're not doing a testing testing testing any. Fell for it l., he totally fell for it and he was bragging about Oh we've tested more than anybody, and then coincidentally we've tested more than anybody. We've also had the MO-, most more cases than any and all the rest of it which came along with the testing and the phony Baloney results I mean this whole thing is so coordinated by I think they're just some smart people behind this I don't know what they're. I mean, maybe what you said, the beginning of is the whole point which. Is Ation. Pretty smart behind it smart people behind it and people who are terrified who were running it. The lab technicians who write these same group global warming is the same thing as with s O and everyone. Uniformly. Said millions and millions of dollars I saw. This seen it all they've seen the billings they know it. All everything. You've seen everything you've heard. Unless they all coordinated with the Youtube people I've watched and they just happened to show up in Vegas seems pretty uniform but the people who are running at. The dos. It's US and we're letting it happen and we're not speaking up when I see a thermo dynamics that they whatever the name is. When I see their lab assay, Forty, five cycles and I have lab technicians. All agreeing with me and sending an email. You know it's the test is good. Yeah. You're explaining you're guilt away or you don't know you don't. You're suppressing it because this should be out in the open. When We got one. We're playing clips from a guy in Ottawa. It's the only politician. We can get the talk about it and The globalization and the A. Northern Island with shocking slop shutting down again when lockdown England has an a three tier lockdown system and we're at the tipping. Point. You in the next newsletter, which isn't a couple of days. I have unbelievably funny graph. It's it's the Swedish graph. which is down to just nothing going on anymore. And it's juxtaposition there's nothing going on anywhere anymore. Let's just be. Straight now yeah nothing going but this documented, they've done a better job of documenting it because what they've done is documented the fact that the Swedes approach didn't result in that second bump. Of deaths no no. The big bump. A little bigger than everybody else's but not that much bigger, and then it just dribbles down to nothing and there's no second bump like we have. Because they've. got carried away now they're really carried away. And it's juxtaposed with because it's all done on a search. This guy did and you gotta see this is a very funny visual and it will be in the newsletter out good. It's juxtapose with a New York Times article saying. Swedish methods is a disaster die we'RE GONNA die? Working. Let's just remember for second sixty people were in each other's face hanging all over each other. Citizen acts does she is a super spreader, gadfly? To literally. Jumping. On everybody. Very. Entertaining. You know and we're not GONNA die. Now if someone gets sick, I'd really like to hear about it. We know we know who went. We have a tally. And we we all flew on airplanes. All over the place, there's nothing there's nothing it's nothing going on but yet in November Logan. International Airport in Boston is going to start Cova testing has right. You're not going to get on the plane without a test and that's really hitting me. They're gonNA shove that spike down your knows what if they`re Here's a good idea if you're going to be all involved the. Nisa. become. Kind of conspiratorial about this, let's take those swabs and infect swabs. Well. There's another point to it, which the lab technicians and the science would tell us just because you swab someone's nostrils and in the front doesn't mean that you are infected. That's in your nostrils and okay it's there for a reason that's where it's supposed to catch. is in your nostrils till, you could have a high. Account there that would trip on a forty-seven psycho forty five psycho PR tests doesn't mean that it's coursing throughout your veins. No I'm just saying we should be infecting people that would get the numbers backup. It doesn't matter. You can test in ten years from now and people will still pet attest. We'll have thousands testing positive because it's just a rigs test. It's very accurate. Not Precise very accurate depending on what you said it out. It's that simple. Okay, I guess. My point is lost now you ask. Why make it so difficult you don't need to have the dumb I'm sorry the. Useful Idiots. Infecting the swabs you've got it on the back end baby. Hospital reservation rates up if you actually. Shoved. Hospitalization rates up. They just take lying. Obviously you don't because we're all panicked and there's nothing going on. Yes. 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Douche was the title of that and it was it was just good. I mean we saw it coming along from a from a mile away DWI. With the third channel thirty-three news was too good to pass up although we did have a lot of interesting art and I hope you took notes because. We talked about a number of the number of. This piece was not the didn't immediate Kinda came up in a awkward way because we didn't we had pieces that were kinda working and there's a couple of these. I like the lot you like some. But this would I found this piece to beat y find this piece to be interesting because this is not a riley typical work and I said it on the no agenda social. This is a Riley Channeling Darren O'Neill. Aaron. O.`Neil written all over it, but it's not there on like the beach boys. Brian Wilson used to write the songs for all kinds of bands here and and. This is like to actually do this piece and Let O'Reilly take credit for it. Listed Riley O'Reilly Rilo Riley. Sure Mike Riley But it's just so indifferent but it did Riley touches the little winking man inside the CBS I right And Cesium Cesium one thirty seven came up with something. Almost, almost almost identical but didn't. I didn't take the the thirty three. It. Just a three and. Winking. It didn't bring it up to the he didn't put enough effort into and then. I mean you could almost say that it. was derived it was derived from seasons peace and join the timeline been Darren O'Neill style. This is totally alien to Mike Riley cartoonist well, the little smiley face in the CSI and that we. A lot of time talking about this. All right. Yes. Because you liked the the Austin skyline with rockets and a ufo I liked that one I liked being sucked into a flying saucer. that. was that was pretty good but we decided that's one of those. You could see when you have a time sensitive one like the CIA W CIA, because that's where Dana Perino worked W.. C. I A.. It was time sensitive getting sucked up into the UFO? By Nick. Can happen anytime. Soon, Evergreen. Could Happen today. There were a lot of Nice speeches. Artists are great and We we spend more time. In fact, I'll never get the record for turning around the show and posting it. After we're done recording because we spent too much art does too much. And once in a blue moon. Disarm. Piece it just stands out like a sore thumb bloom. Exactly. But that's not often and sometimes we even have to go to the evergreens or go back in time to something like three or four years ago because nothing really hits the spot. So if if you ever wonder, well, why has it taken? So long to get the show done nine times out of ten is because we can't agree on the art. Yeah. Of the other one is the slow down. That keeps the show from coming. The show gets out in about forty minutes in generally it's been the fastest has been twenty nine. But the The other thing is slows astounds we don't have a title if we're both of us aren't working on. Identifying titles during the production of the show. Then we have nothing we have to try to dream of a title out of the blue and that's I suppose things down here what you're saying, but I find a lot more fun to just blame the artists. Yeah because they got nothing to do with the title. Them although I will say this, the artist should be aware of this. If you use one of our titles in the art because of this theory. You might get bumped. Debt. But if they artists so good than the title get bumped, which really slows down production that has happened the has happened where it's just so good. Here's another one that I like to Detroit I said this I've always liked this piece by the way you can play complete long at home going to know agenda art generator, Dot Com. You can see these you can play along at home. See the same thing we can say what you can predict what you think we're going to do what we're GONNA pick yeah. But anyway that you're to say something another piece of art I'm sorry no said piece I keep liking that piece of trump is the hulk. Yeah and I pushed back because to me it was like. Because I'm just looking at doesn't does it attract people to, make People want click and there's been so many trump hercules trump he. Not. I didn't. I didn't demand it. No, I'm just tell. Just saying I liked the peace and I'm just saying why I didn't and I'm trying well I don't even know why I like to piece I just something about it I don't know. Thank you very much Mike. Riley, that is second now is that a second in a row? A feeling of? Yeah he's a he's at he's going for the three up for this is the hardest thing in the world to do. Is especially here has only been I think three people has ever accomplished it. Nick the RAT Darren on. Nicorette. Ever. Did I. Think I know Martin Jj for sure? Yeah. I think. J. Martin JJ accomplish it more than once Darren O'Neill's accomplish him more than once. Well, we get incredible value from this and it's not just for the joy of seeing it and and the privilege of of being able to pick from such a wide variety. This does not exist in any form of mainstream commercial media media doesn't really exist anywhere as far as I know this is this is exclusive. Very Very. Somebody trying to to get it gone but this is over. A decade's worth of work to get this UH model to work as well as it were apparently and it's been working since about show three, hundred apparently nick the rat had seven in a row. Back in the days was on a roll at some times. And? Sir Paul who runs the knowledge art generator needs a lawyer earlier early year he was just getting all them. Yeah. Well, but no, no ser who runs it who runs the art generator? Yeah I know was he was see submitting to back in the day. He was deep created the generation to make submissions right? It was Sarangi Asher and cer- polity. Yeah and there was an there was a previous art wasn't an art generator, but it was an art repository and that got blown up I dunno whatever happened to it or the art no. That was it was a drop drop dot io. Do you remember that was my that was my first and? My last experience with locking into a company, it was a startup and they had dropped dot io and it was dragging drop and you had kind of a collaborative. We're doing show notes, collaborative show notes, and the artists were dropping their art and it was fantastic and then one day facebook bottom or google bottom I can't remember whatever you did and it was gone. All our drops as they were known were gone done shutdown. Sorry and that never gets never came back and I swore that's it I'll never I'll never rely on another company servers emily can't do it ever especially these. Oh, it's free was facebook who bought him apparently yeah. Free that year of free is coming to an end my friends and the air free the era of free his never been good been profitable. Probably. Screwed so many people I had, I was using a free service years and years and this one zero, two big call and after they shut it down they, it was for my address book and everything was dynamite service. What was it called? I can't remember the name I could dig up to call him and Bitch in Bishop, but they shut down and. We're just relying on this. You really have to be careful about what the rely on. But that was that was one of the that's when the model really started a long ago was start something cool that people use and then get bought by face bag and then integrated or shut it down if it was too competitive. and. That's what I'd say ninety percent of companies that get funded today. by Angel Or. Or a round of venture capital is said to make sure that you could bought by Google facebook or one of the other big guys. That's it. Yeah. That's the model not to have a great business model not to create something no just say just say advertising create your widget say advertising, and then when we scale advertising workout when you have a cool widget, you'll get to face bag doesn't have to innovate. And that's that's. The whole rant for a whole that's been going on for twenty years from day. No agenda are generator dot com as I said, PART OF OUR VALUE FOR VALUE A. System really entire network that we built up out of this, and the way it works is whatever you get out of it. No you should put back and whatever you put in. You will definitely get back out sometimes multiple. And we do the same with the we can't take any as you heard the show. We could be we would be fired within Three minutes of the beginning of this one and it would just get shut down. It'd be got you know spotify would say. Great you know we'll pay you for it, but we're not GONNA put it. Up. Just saying, that's what I think it would be like. 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Yelled at. Various people see that they wonder would. Okay. What does that what the worst this is they deserve deep state university I don't know maybe there is but yet. But yet, you know that that subliminally that's getting in, you know it's getting into their brain seeping in. So he says, so take it easy on the guy. He means well, now there was some I was. I forgot how this happened but somehow Darren I got an A. Kerfluffle but it wasn't really serious on the mastodon Joe. But it wasn't. I. Don't even know where went to always struggle to and these take me out with a one. We're GONNA die. Okay. We struggle, to end. Take me out with all K. one we're all GONNA die. I got her head was gone and look at that juice. That's very funny combination. Now, I, let me do victor. And This was not a good way to do it too many have to switch between too many things I for Victor. Coach from Russia Oh. Gosh can you see that you think that sounds pretty good true. Karma. Now. 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I can't tell you what he does, but he actually came down the tell me some stuff about a Silicon Valley? Company. And he is the only French guy who donates so you know he deserves a he deserves a lot of props. Sir, did the French night and gave us four, eight, eighty, eight dollars and eighty eight cents Jason Chrissy Doolan. Thank you for your occurred sixty dollars and we appreciate it very much, Brian. McAfee fifty dollars, and then we had to unknown fifty dollars notes and didn't get an email either. But we all thank you very much for your courage for being a part of the Vegas experience. It really was a for all the issues that I had after it I. It was a wonderful couple of hours. It was just absolutely fantastic. I will hold that in my heart for a long time because I don't think we're gonNA see it back. Yeah Hey. Let's go on with our executive producers little girl. All right onward with Mike. Let me take this. Setup Bright. In the wrong spot. Mike of Across Qatar Mike of Ta. 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I happen to know he had a smile on his face. Just say I i. see how tall is is. Oldest Palma God not only is he? He's I. Think he's taller than. I am. Sitting there doing a Rubik's cube with one hand. Yeah. Initial code or to. Be Is. His growth. I haven't I haven't seen it for almost a year. And I looked at the pictures what the hell is like looking at. So he's up he's up at like six six. It's like looking at me he reminds me with reducing the. At you seen the recent pictures, of Barron, same same barons also seven feet tall. That's a piece of. Six seven something something happened with these kids. The same age right are the same age as Barron Lorraine much, and then did does. something else about Barron if you look at bearing 'cause they have pictures of now because he's supposed to had cove and he got over it like one day and they still making a fuss about as well here later in the show, right. But if you look at Barron today, not a little pudgy kid that was used to see like a three years ago but you look at them too dangerous looking picture that is the spitting image of your Donald Trump I know what it is I know what's happening with these kids I, know why sprouting this tall Regeneration. Cereal something in their cereal. Koa Go cook shout out out to see Mike from Kansas City for his work with ms be as it has changed my life life is grand. Thank you both and keep up the great work I'd like all hail is gonNA break loose. And don't eat me Bo Johnson. Okay. MIC and he's says Pew Pew for some unknown reason we want a few as well. He just says Pew the bottom with his note. So. Just all hell's going to break loose which I believe is a reverend manning. Clint sure is I think, and then don't eat me Bojan which thinks that they're ready and a and the Karma or ever says, Karma. All hail has got to break loose and you're gonNA need a bitcoin. Expert. 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Second the here's the difference you can call it bias whatever you want I call it sense of humor trump says outrageous stuff. We find that incredibly entertaining because it's Mentesse such sometimes. There's a psychological NLP trick hiding there which we also call out. We do we do we call out all NLP. What you're not we'll say you're not getting anyone criticising Andrew Cuomo. Okay I. I will say this. We do have today there will be some trump clips from his last speech is meet up big giant speech that show some of his new material in there you get to see of good idea. You get to see. Our take on it. It has. Think notarial that today and today only I think we should respond to the new trump material the way. The M five does cause real easy to do. If if you want that Kinda show, we can do it. Oh my God he's just making fun of it. Okay anyway we want that's what they want. That's what he's asking for what he wants. He's not getting okay. Shane made he should be. Ashamed of. 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Always, thank you for your time your talent, hang your treasure here and producing our show. Our formula is this. We go out. People in. The. Mom. Look. most most emailed clip. And I I counted them. Thirty, seven copies of awesome by different people all clipped which I highly appreciate and this is it. A habit to of course, you do you probably have a different version But this is the no agenda ice so check it out. In no agenda she said at a number of times. No agenda. ooh That's kind of Nice that way. This is how much clearer and perfect clippers did you produce that or did that come in that way? I got it in that way but. Yeah, that's good. It's much pavin other clip for for. Jesse. Lido. Toledo. Okay. Tomato. Doesn't quite sound right it sounds terrible. Hello till you tried to. Now, doesn't who was at trump No that's by these. Hello Toledo. Toast man the guy. He's wearing masks. Noticed that he has one, he has like a tight mask right over his his muzzle which is tied back tightly looks with with yellow string might be elastic, and then he has kind of the surgical mask over that and I guess because they're really worried for him. Or maybe that's where they have the little speaker built in. You can. Yeah. You can't understand about. It's just those Amazon deals. Minute the text pretty good because it sounds like him. Well. Here's some is one of our producers sent these these back to back and I thought. Their. Interesting. Because of a comment that he makes the first, this is the I believe the first one I wanNA play is. Is Biden to yet Biden two years ago Dad I want you to pay attention to all the words and I'm going to highlight one of the things play the follow up. Used to always say for real and remember the things that your father said our mother said more than once he'd say. Joey. Everybody your no one is better. Put. Everyone's recall. was really a mantra in my house. Okay. Okay. So He makes the point of saying you know you always remember when Your Dad tells you something or your mom tells you remember it in. You know this is my gives the thing that his dad said this. Right. So. Here's what he says like. This is just recently this is the bite in recent. A? Precious she said not just as Graham but from the time we left there Joey, nobody's better. New Joe. Everybody's your equal. We I, it says his dad. said it. And you always remember these things are very on the ball. ADDS set it, and now he's telling us his mom said I wanNA play the to out Tros side-by-side homeless what does he pick up joey here this would be kind of cool. We it. Let me see if I can pick it up at the same time. Everybody on your whole different. Different it's different. amonte pulled on. It's not the same dad said something different listen Joey. You're no one is better. Okay, let's listen to what mom said. Come one when at work and here we go. Better Joy. Okay. So I guess he corrected himself. Dam and That's pretty. Cool. Maybe. It's the same person maybe his mom was. Is Mom his mom his dad my dad's my mom is like Chinatown, the movie. Always remember. Okay. Di Do have trump materially if you want to hear that of course I WANNA try Miss I've saw him. You know he's on screens everywhere but I was too busy didn't have any time, but he's an Iowa. Doing. His material. Can I thought some of this stuff was good I believe the Iowa. Something was chosen about this for a reason. And I think it had to do with Biden and stuff. He said in Iowa I I just I. It felt like was there something else that drops in Iowa something happened someone's going I it's. It's I couldn't keep track subtleties. All right. But. Let's listen to him. Go on here. He is with the. Actors one has really funny. Well, here's a good example of material. This is how trump morphs. because. He's a chatterbox. I mean, we always knew this but. You don't really understand what a chatterbox is until he's been in office for three years and he does he's rallies and he's punchdrunk under the rallies. Steroids. God it's working for him, and here's it very good version of him immoral at using morphs into some critique of Biden here's where he really changes the subject and a drastic way. This is material trump. Oh, I'm sorry this material trump morphing into something we don't have too many of them anymore. Do you ever notice the beginning always sided would always have the. Phony people instead stand out. I. Didn't have the setup. You start over he say he's he's referring to troublemakers that were in the audience that used to be hauled out and trump used to make comments, and now he's saying that these people have stopped showing up. And so he he goes into a bit about that and then it makes us more fucking start over. Sorry. We don't have too many of them. Would you ever notice you know the beginning always suddenly? The. Phony people that stand up and raise their voice your home to mom. Get balled. I don't know I shouldn't be talking about this because all of a sudden, but we don't have that anymore. I learned about the cameras, the cameras never like look with that crowd goes to look where that goes all all the way back to the buildings and I'm always turn I never thought the cameras could move and then I just noticed whenever we had a troublemaker in the audience did spin around that being like a pretzel take. These guys. They were like rigid. Rigid. Pieces steel they don't turn, but we had the back room behind the pillar. Somebody that camera would be turnaround like a snake fifteen different angle. But. That sounds good. Squirrel. To brand new F thirty five fighter jet you can't see it. And don't let go fly near lightning. Greatest player in the world by the way speaking of that. Our military when I came in. The world's most overrated general. Told me Sir we have initially. Because, we may have had a conflict very early in. And I said, no president should ever hear the. And we have rebuilt our military two point five dollars million in the USA. With equipment. The likes of which. No country has ever seen before we are the envy over Russia and China. The country we have equipment. That nobody has missiles or rockets. I got. A couple of our producers who had vegas. Work on the F thirty five. The Turkey. Trump. Pipe in that ups a piece of crap. That's what everybody's been saying since the by heard the same thing from a bunch of military. Let. Me Just give you the story to this fresh in my mind. So one, the problem with lightning is the way it's constructed typically, lightning will hit the wing or some part in it. You know it's directed up and out. So it'll it kinda balances off the aircraft. For some reason, the construction of the F thirty five, it actually burns the the the the wing or wherever us, it would hit the wing. So they have to replace, it takes two weeks. That is not combat sufficient aircraft. And from what I understand from a lot of people is we're selling the Saudis are getting. Anybody Hey we got a deal. Trump is out there selling the F thirty five, which is so great. You can't see it. Like, that line so great you can't see it. It's a piece of crap. Sorry for everybody worked on it s no, I'm sorry. Making money for the for the republic. Yeah we're selling it. That's for sure. Okay. Let's go to another. There's a long when the other two are short. This is a is by trump biden's healthcare. Remember when they ask the question at the debate with the Democrats were up there. You had all these Democrats they started for. Twenty. Six. And in fact, I said, there's no way that pick on them because she treated him worse than anybody else and her poll numbers were dropping like a rock. Who is going to give? Money Healthcare to illegal aliens. So they all raised their hand remember Joan looking around. I HIT UNDERSTAND THAT He did you know at least he has an excuse because he has no clue what the hell they're asking. But you remember his physician he was like this. Their hands are all wiggle to give all our money who forget about all you people will remember. Joe. so He's standing there. Are you gonNA give a healthcare to the legal immigrants people that come into the country illegally in other words they come in illegally. And under a plan they have. The manifesto. They WanNa give them a lawyer. That's what we need this lawyers. They WanNa give them a lawyer. They WANNA give him education they WANNA give him healthcare but they asked the question and I said wow, because I think they had like twenty six people originally. But everyone of them, raise their hand including sleepy Joe, what happened His Joe's like this everybody other Han jo you could see his. For forty seven years he's got the itch because he's like. He knows this isn't going to work. He said himself because you know there's still something left not much. To himself a natural estimate, a political instinct. and. His shoulder one up. And then his hand. So I I don't think I'll be going to hold it. I'M NOT GONNA. Hold Him I get enough how about the no fracking an that was flat. That wasn't that was good with the hell. was he saying that didn't work for me. It worked for the audience now. Okay. I didn't hear. It was also very visual. And by the way, it's you know you can sound like don't you biased towards trump we're probably the only place. You can actually hear a minute of trump. Uninterrupted that isn't just a sound bite if you know. Someone saying look they have no masks. Would anymore no Fox is lost it. Okay I got two more. To let's go. Let's do this. Let's do the I don't know what to say material Lwo a second amendment. If Democrats win, they will Supreme Court with radical left. Read our Second Amendment and believe if they. Your Second Amendment is a gun. Okay. Empower violent mobs and shield deadly criminals and terrorists very simple. Joe Biden refuses to even answer questions pack in the Supreme Court how about this up to do you want to pack the court could answer that question You know why? Because they don't ask if he does you know me it would be like. Forget. But. They say you were going to pack the court Sir I'm not going to answer that because I don't want to say okay. Good. Next question. No, can you believe? This is the essence of our country. We can't allow this to happen and the other thing is they don't ask the. Second. You know the What he's saying about the Second Amendment is just as bad as Democrats hounding. A Amy Conybeare, it's all the Roe v Wade was on the ballot. Roe v Wade it'll be you'll be on your health care obamacare I agree with that. All sides of this shut up everybody it's it's laying. That one side Roll over the others. But let's just call it what it is your second you know it. To get rid of amendments by writing a new one. And just you know someone winning the presidency but I so let's go to the last clip, which is this is the perfect heff. This is the good. This is the best of the group. I'm sorry. So. Trump. I. Got I. got it. We're going to do it free. We're going to do it for their fall. We're going to do it free. So we're in the process of. Getting into emergency, it's called emergency use authorization, and we're going to regenerate and the Eli Lilly. Pro Drug we're going to give it to everybody and I. Hope they have the kind of luck that I have but maybe I would have been perfect. Anyway I like to say I didn't need it I would have been perfect anywhere because. You know I said that I said sarcastically I said well, I'm in no danger because I'm in perfect physical shape and a very young and CNN goes reports. President trump lie to the American public. They said. Can you believe this? Yeah I can believe it meanwhile Joe Biden Joe Biden actual funny stuff, and you probably caught this there was. I presume credible enough survey that I saw. a CNN reporting it apparently fifty six percent of Americans feel that this is this is the question. So it's one of these loaded questions that you know everyone asks I'm running for President I'm running for reelection. Are you better off than you were four years ago. Now, so apparently fifty was a a pew study I think. Fifty, six percent of Americans say they are better off today than they were four years ago and this statistic was posed to Joe Biden. My Guide, you can't even hear. His answer. But this was like a stereo clip. Shoots can you hear this? Can you even understand that I can barely but I have to concentrate? Can play. Is that how long is it the Biden clear? This guy was way in the background off my don't worry. Of Screw it, I'm sorry it's no good. I don't know what happened. It sounds. Rundown. It, he said those people It was a gaffe I'm sorry I don't I. It was funny. I can't do it. It was It doesn't work. It was dumb Biden Gaffe doesn't work if. It doesn't work well, the only dumb. Biden. Gaffe I have is the one where he mcgann says he's running for Senate e saved it. Oh. This is running for Senate clippers play a explain okay by. Running for Senate, we have to come together. That's why I'm running. I'm running out Democrat for the Senate wait is this he did this again. Yes, this is from a couple of. Toledo what? He did this a couple of months ago he audited? Yes he did. He's done this what this is because that's what it used to say these Kinda. So he saved this when I don't have the full clip I had it and lost it but I'll give you the gist of it. Says I'm a proud Democrat running for Senate and then you see look on his face and that's the way I felt when I was running for vice president and that's the way I felt today running for president. So he kinda saved it but you could see that it was a gaffe because we have we have a couple of these was South Carolina. What was this one here? This has been happening a lot. I'm looking forward to according the first African American woman to the United States that was different here Biden at the at the south at first in the south dinner that clip is from. February South Carolina's GONNA determine who the next praise United States going to be. You really are you're the one sent? Bill Clinton to the presidency and you're the ones that sent Barack Obama, the presidency, and I have a simple proposition here, I'm here to ask you for your help brought come from. You don't get far unless you ask my name's Joe Biden Democratic candidate for the United States Senate look. Out both the other by a look. Okay. That's all I really got to say to you I'm about two minutes and thirty six. Yeah. That's and that was February. He was already doing this. And he didn't save that one. No. I I had a short. Game. Dawn television. White supremacists. Nazi. Sympathizers. Not. Fly. What he says carrying Nazi fags instead of flags. Sympathizer. Jaran Nazi facts. How do you even make that mistake? What is that maybe men cigarettes maybe he wanted to smoke he was thinking about smoking. A. Dust up between Pelosi and broth. Yeah. It was. Did you see the full thirteen minutes? He I watched the whole thing I didn't. Mimi got me. Thirteen minutes she was more jacked up I get us. Jacked up about it. It's just being argumentative, but I do have some clips out of it i. mean this is just like she's insane if you better clipped I know I, hear him. No A as I've said before in the morning I'll take a look at your your clip listen he's like, okay you gotta covered so. Needle drop them. You could needle drop it. Yeah it will it be to a point, but it's just like this insane. He's pretty straight straight laced about it, but they did argue with each other quite a bit. But I got to three what I thought with three good chunks of it. This is part one point eight dollars is significant and more than twice the Obama Stimulus megadeal put the ball in McConnell courts. What do you say to Ro Khanna when I say to you is I don't know why you're always an apologist and many of your colleagues apologised for the Republican Position Ro Khanna. That's nice. That isn't what we're going to do and nobody's waiting till. February. Let's just set this up. This is a this is she is caught. Pena trump negotiation time-warp she is. She is way out of her league because they've. Been, trump. You know two weeks ago. He's like I know my customer, we're not doing what did we know talked her two days later, oh? Yeah. Great more. Hey let's grab it all. Let's go go big or go home confusing he's running circles around and it's gotten to the point where now they are really after the first trillion that he talked down now they're really only five, hundred billion apart which of course is exactly the money that Nancy Pelosi wants for the states that have been so poorly run and he's he's toying with her. I'm not gonNA argue with you. I think that's exactly what's going on at some level, but she seems to be toying with herself more. And so she demeans members of her own party suggest, Hey, can we get this done? He's calling them out and she's jelly about row console comes in just. Legislate question. Why did Broth? Do this. Coup was behind him. I don't know I think. I think Wall Street is the bankers. The market has been going up because they they expect the stimulus to pop like a posse pimple any day now I, think there's pressure. I don't WanNa hear that. Makes me cringe. Posture not be discussed. I got it I. got it. Move On. The I don't see anybody else that could possibly. Well. In thrall sitting on brought in all of a sudden, grow a conscience Nara Mel. Just makes no sense. No Way. She's all bent out maybe she knows this is going on and that's what got her so so The and he didn't take it personally at all. No, he was. He was unfit unflapped that that's the one to watch is broth not Pelosi what was up with him, I? Think, he's pretty it was pretty funny. Big Most go to clip to have any idea of how. Do precisely why. They're concerned. Serve important. Right. Now yesterday I smoked Andrew Young who says the same thing? It's not everything you want. Better understood God you really I can't get over it because Andrew Yang. He's lovely. The Okon Roe Conn. he's lovely. They are not negotiating this situation. They have no idea of the particulars they have no idea of what the language is. Here I didn't come here to have. So you're the apologists for the Obama excuse me. Asking serious questions because so many people are just for you league right now let me ask you this was the last time. Response. With the last Speaker, when was the last time you spoke with the President about this? Speak. Ten. Why not call him and say Mr President let's work out a deal. It's not gonna be everything you want. Everything. I. What. But there are so many Americans right now who are in desperate need let's make a deal. What makes me used if it weren't so sad is how you all think that you know more about the suffering of the American people than those of us who are elected by them to represent them at that. That she has. She's the woman with refrigerator filled with ice cream. Is a local story I. Don't know if we talked about it on the show. We talked about it was tucker was playing. With the big sub zero fridge is yeah. So. What she's she's really bent out of shape here. Here's what I heard. That's her only because she this is in the middle I'm glad you picked this clip because I liked it especially because she flubbed and said, you know, Obama Jesse crossed her arms over her chest God forbid God forbid like like the bills above is gonNA come over and like you know Jabber with the pitch for. This this was the moment for her to say user negotiating tactic and all she's got is we represent the people. Should, at least said, you know, here's the reasons boom boom boom boom. She had nothing we we. We know Ro Khanna Andrew Yang. By the way I know nothing racist racist they don't know nothing. Nice I should. First of all. Make it clear that total agreement the only difference between these two programs that she wants to bail out the poorly managed Democrat runs states. That's the main thing. Yeah. So she's got a bunch of money she wants to get for the and trump's not budging on that. Correct. He'll get them number two, the same but the number goes to the public. It goes straight out straight episode chest. Exactly. He still let let her think that for her and then pull the rug out from under the. Genius. So. Here's the last of the three clips. Madam Speaker. I certainly respect you. But I also respect Ro Khanna High Respect Andrew. Young I respect members of the Democrats who are members of the problem solvers they wanna deal because so many people right now. Salvage, by the way, don't have any earned income tax credit tau tax credit proposal either but let's not go into. You do not respect the chairman of the committees I wrote. I wish you would respect the knowledge that goes into getting. The meeting, the needs of the American people. But again, you've been or dad defending the administration all this time with no knowledge of the difference between our two bills and I thank you for giving me the opportunity to say that to you betta speakers these are incredibly difficult times right now and we'll leave it on that note. Thank you so much for joining. That you are not right on this will often I'd hate to say that. But I feel confident about it and I feel confident that my colleagues and I feel confident in my ears. So it's not about me. It's about millions of Americans who can't put food on the table who can't pay the rent Regret. Getting back these long. I know you are them I'm just saying. We know them as we say, we represent the perfect the enemy of the good as. That of a speaker. Case. But we're not even close to the good. Let's see what happens because every day is critically critically important. She. Wouldn't even say goodbye. took her so long to get off. I think you've got this one right. There's some bankers poking in there because they wanna get decided the way and she's in the way. It's gotTa be who else is more powerful than broth. In brokers like like you notice it because you saw he's just sitting there. Stone faced the whole time. He's not he's not like Cuomo the kid frayed who gets all bent out of shape and starts spitting in been grimacing is pain in there like a sham, but it was unbelievable. Now. That was that was a beautiful piece of television. and. And I'm very very appreciative of of having thirteen minutes. I watched it again this morning I was going to pull the same clips basically so that worked out well, there was really that middle piece where she flubs it up and Obama and at the end. We represent, we represent them. We represent we represent. I know that was my favorite is going. So she's on the ropes man, but I will say. She looked really good to look young. She had her hair was done. I think there was nobody else gets their hair down around here her hair was well, it was nice length I couldn't help but notice you know her hands look. That's where it's always the giveaway. Even her hands are not did not the hands of an eighty year old woman typical typically. And so. That just made it. So sad for her she wasn't getting her way. She really. It was it was leaked. Outstanding. Now, another little dusted was quite a dust up go yeah I say was a dust up. Made Kelly. decided to bring in Mark Cuban have heard about this. I. Heard About this keep has two parts. I only took one part because I thought it was a little too much first of all that make Kelly is a podcast now I know and she has sponsors. Well this is the Kelly show in a nutshell fifteen seconds. Goodness. First, let me tell you about legacy box. A bunch of old textures sitting around your house they're old vhs tapes like me if you were born back in the nineteen seventies or eighties. and. You want to look at that stuff. There's a reason you kept it. I'm looking at the way former this clip I'm like I wonder what she says at the end there wonder what's coming and it's just to be able to say it's Megan Kelly and her legacy box I mean none of this is good. At home? No No, no and it, and it reminds me of. was an hour or so I saw. One of the Gimblett shows is Gimblett it's not the first thing is spotify bought. Which I guess the first big per. They've all the you left lefty political shows I think I may have it wrong. But there was some back and forth and it was on a message board Hey I hear you guys with these. Really Weird. Host reads in your show for things that don't really fit with with with your show at all and the reply from one of the producers was yet we have no say over what spotify cells add wise. But at least we can refuse to do it as part of our unionization. This shit is going down man it's GonNa be fun to watch. It's GONNA explode. This is not going to end. Well, it's a big crash waiting to happen Well, this I thought listening to talk about legacy. We're doing a host read which for the people there any pike has know what that means usually like Google talk about gold. Mark Levin does it He'll be talking some serious than switch right to gold. A Business Venture In the middle of. It all it's embarrassing. Hamed is just say at various. It's an embarrassment. It's a humiliation to do that. I've always even when I was immediately, it always wants you to do this stuff sake can't the? Advertisers produce something. Why am I supposed to read it? I don't know who these guys are and it was it was always irksome to certain people at that company but of course, it's irksome absolute certain. This idea of the of the hosts called a host read and the idea is oh yeah. Because they like the host and they read the copy that sells some stupid product the person's more likely to buy it it's basically is basically an. Endorsement by said hosts, it's an unpaid endorsement. It's it's it's sick and I will say if that was so great that should be done. That way wiser is constantly shown on like NCIS remark, harmon comes out and Celtics. seriously. No Boehner pills, I want him to stop right in the middle payment. She go back to go back to headquarters. Pick them a boehner pills. I mean anything would be good. I think that the bow street is a version of what we talked about early in the show, which is a is a up slave thing it's a, it's a control mechanism does make this dancing monkey. An unwitting endorser. Dancing. Monkey. And it's interesting that the same people who are doing these embarrassing host reads. Will be the first one to say to me how embarrassing you have to ask for money. Yeah that's really funny. Isn't it? Seriously? Cursing. Greased, yeah, good. Did a local church say that to him that's embarrassing for to for money he should have advertisers. And while you're out to kick him in the Shins. advertisers. Nike Black Lives matter at all kinds of cool ads in the church. Yeah. We're onto something here John. This is like. The old. SWITCHEROO. You guys take. Things Yeah She talked about the NBA NBA's ratings fall through the floor and whose fault was that. All the messages she says, Republicans are sick of these messages. They won't wash the NBA and it's their fault and he says, no nowadays is a razor fine everything's fine and Talks about black lives me I'm summarizing because believe me these two long. Yeah and she'd say, well, black lives matter is not everything. Everyone should. What did he goes? What black lives matter do you mean do you mean the website is Hashtag Black Lives Matter Inc core black lives matter something else? Oh. Yeah. The movement. Yeah. So he but he was he would the whole thing went on for a while I think it was almost an hour. I, it started off with a lot of. Happy talk they. Were they together which within the studio this is over over a line. Oh my God what's it bearable sad. That's probably horribly it was very good. Okay. Good. All right. I mean, it wasn't great. His was a little muddy, but she was clean as a whistle and but the whole thing was it was produced by somebody. So and that went on and on but then he gets into the really nasty part, which is the plus I clipped with his about China and came beating around the Bush about CIA nice. And these clips themselves are very long this two minutes in three minutes. Goods is really long, but we union erupted. Key talks slow and he doesn't want to answer any questions and any accuses her of asking mean-spirited questions the whole show, and that's not true because the first half hour of the show they were just too chums Ziti. Her style of. I'm sorry her style of interviewing is to be really in front of. You Up until you let your guard down. And why he did the interview in the first place and something we should discuss before i. play these two clips is. She's a cutie and he thinks he's a player. That's exactly right. He's I can do Megan Caesar's the good-looking blind that can handle a blind in fact, can probably it was often? Yes. I'll do the also also it's just a podcast. Hello, just a podcast that Omega. Kelly out so sad. Yes she got fired. She's no good You know maybe a one on one. Might run into her you never know might get lucky. Well. So here we go, and now it's contentious doesn't sound the same. He's happy. Go lucky for the first half hour and then he's Already grilled about the NBA ratings. Now, he's perked days even in this interview, and here we go with the NBA One because I have to ask you a China. Is under all sorts of fire for taking money from China and China I what I'm told is that the NBA's revenue from China is around five hundred, million bucks at least. So it's a lot of money that the Chinese put into basketball players in endorsements and so on. And my question for you is. Whether the NBA needs to get more not less vocal about this. There was some guy who sent out one tweet. He was the GM for the Houston Rockets back in October of nineteen saying simply fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong, and all hell broke loose the Chinese. Basketball Association. Suspended cooperation with the team the Chinese top state TV stopped a suspended airing of the games and so on the NBA Commissioner had to come out with his tail between his legs instead we have great respect for China and its history it's all regrettable. Then people freaked out and response to that and so on. And now. By the way notice she's doing voices like we do. To doing the NBA Commissioner and the apology she's doing voices. That's interesting because I don't know that she's done that no the pacifist podcast washes and. Caster for China and its history, it's all regrettable. Then people freaked out and respond to that and so on. And now tail between his legs with his tail between his legs Megan why can't you just ask the question Myron? Mark. But Megan every single topic we tried to discuss that I've just tried look you get to come into this interview prepared with your quotes I don't get your interesting. That's that's what I'm talking about. I don't care what industry we're talking about. Every single topic that you brought up. There's been one pejorative aspect to it. No. I know what's going on here. Now I remember I saw at this morning. The new season of Shark tank is about the start and they have Kendra Scott who's an Austin jewelry designer. She's going to be on the new season keys doing promo for the new season. That's why he's doing interviews and that's why he's like you. You're prepared all this because he wasn't prepared for the thought it was going to be about shark tank. All you're right. That's ways. All irked. That's why can't believe it's happening because he he never thought podcast would get out of control like this. Especially from a ditsy blonde. You figure you get the sack if he wanted. Exactly. This is this is a bad day. This is a day record for Mark Cuban, which just goes to show money can't buy happiness or love this interview prepared with your quotes. Yet. But Megan. That's that's what I'm talking about. I don't care what industry we're talking about. Every single topic that you brought up. There's been one pejorative aspect to it in terms of how you present the question like I get held between the auditor's statement from Adam Silver, the NBA Commissioner I. I'm just telling you people freaked out after he said this I take no position here. A lot of people I mean I'll give you an example, a lot of. Me Say hold on we can. President trump people say hold on. Adam silver. The NBA Commissioner came out and said, we recognize that Daryl Morey he's he was the rockets gm his views quote deeply offended our friends and fans in China, which is regrettable. We have great respect for the history and culture of China and hope that sports in the NBA can be used as a unifying force to bridge cultural divides in response to. which many people here's just one example for Senator Rick Scott came out and said, the NBA is more interested in money than in human rights they are kowtowing to Beijing, and it's shameful. So you tell me whether the NBA needs to get more vocal in condemning what we're now seeing there, which is an ethnic cleansing of a minority Muslim group known as the weavers. Holy wanted to do was promote shark tank do that to me Megan Kelly. Yeah, you're right. He just walk waltzed right into it. And I wouldn't trust Megan. Kelly. As far as I could throw her. She's a she's a mean spirited interviewer chill go after you. Wow, this is. A rookie mistake ladies and gentleman what a what a dope. Yeah that was a rookie mistake. Yeah. just think is a bunch of softball go the show. Then, they did for the first half hour there's just chatting back and forth like all like old buddies the stuff she laces into managers goes it goes extreme and it's just so funny to watch stuffy just sitting. If. You see this movies where they have the the Nice. All you'RE GONNA come we're coming. You know the Nice interview or she gets onto stage cameras, go live and then she just goes after you. Kinda joke is a script gag now. True. Do this now I know there's more China talk coming up because I have a Tina was telling me about it but. The. Stuffy justice in this first two and a half minutes, he's already enough. I. Think for him to lose his franchise. China is going China. King James Lebron is China's bitch smart Cuban has no standing talk blocked this. I. E beat around the Bush throws a he says, all the tricks he can do to get out of this still can damage China in an off handed way 'cause she keeps hounding him and. He could have gotten out of this and a lot of different ways including walking. Which I? I don't like the idea of walking. which would for anyone out there notice what I'm talking about just quitting the interview saying I just bullshit crowd. Rage quit. quit take the MIC off, put it down and that's not what I signed up for. I don't know what you're up to but I'm out of here you can do that anyone out there has an interview. Who Does best several times with BORAT TRUMP? Elliott trump has done it It anyone can do this people. Don't you know they always like the emphasize and they make a big deal Oh, look what he did. He couldn't take it. But no, you're sometimes I mean is this as far as I'm concerned variety creative are consulting media advice. You are legitimate to do this if you have been misled. All he had to say after I was misled. People should go take. Your say I did it is not a punching bag for this woman she comes on she talk sweet and then she starts giving me all kinds of grief about stuff. I didn't WanNa talk about it because I not even know that much I'm not that I'm not qualified to talk about it but yet expected to and I was told this wasn't going to happen. So what am I supposed to do I had to walk. In the right. But you should take if you haven't seen it take a look at how trump longtime ago walks away from. Borat and he does it. He doesn't. Well, he's like more at looks foolish there because trump knows how to do it and he if he was on does this is dumb gotta do it pretty quick to. All right. Bye. By the point we are now in this interview with Kelly, well, he should have done it during the NBA ratings argument yeah. He could've walked lot earlier even got into China, but he now has see- stuck in China talk and he thinks he's so smart that he figures he can talk his way out of it but not key never lets up and so here's the the final part that I clip because I thought this is where he really gets herself into trouble, which is an ethnic cleansing of minority Muslim group known as the weaker. One million or more are being held against. Their will right now men women and children facing torture forced labor physical sex-abuse, coercive population control forced abortion forced sterilizations. and. Russian remains. Why won't you and the NBA explicitly condemned that? Toe, I? I we pay attention I personally. Okay. Let's just talk about me I. personally put a priority on domestic issues. When it comes to human rights gets all human rights violations are around the world. China's. China's not the only country with human rights. Wants in China's. Human rights violations against human rights violations. Mark Yes. Including China Oh. Wow she badgered him and he fell cre- crumbled he said it. He still could have gotten out and he said, wow, that's unbelievable. China's not the only country with human rights violence. Once in China let their human rights violations Hamath, all human rights violation clued. China Mark Yes. Including China any human rights violations anywhere are raw. Okay can't. Now, what do we do about them? That's the problem right so the first thing you do you say, okay, we're people from China trying to escape that there's people from Turkey those people Africa all trying to escape and receive asylum here in the United States would you agree with them? Would you agree with that? Look you according to ask a I'm asking a question would you a? Question that there are people who are trying to escape human rights violations around the world and gain asylum as refugees here in the united. States of America's you agree with that. Yes. Okay would you agree that it's probably a good idea that we should allow more of them to calm so they? But. This this. Putting anything on, you have question. Question which by the way, my audience that what's happening now is you're dodging because. NBA, will. Not. condemn. China. Are, just, told you I'm against human rights violations everywhere included. Let's get specific. Do you condemn the genocide that's going on right now in China? All human rights by late? Why don't you be specific? Yes. Because the way proclamations work this country the minute you say them anywhere you're gonNA use this as a headline. Cuban says this this this let's handling Cuban condemned as ethnic. Patrol by then I gotta deal with the troll this. What's more important to ask what actions I think are important to deal with these issues you don't want proclamations, but you're not when I try to talk about actions you ignore them and say on invading the question. Hold silence is violence and rushing. Wipe. Ads. I'm telling you action is changed and I'm waiting you. Try to explain it to right I'm working I've been involved trying to increase the number of slots available for asylum-seekers. Knotted states right right now, if someone were to escape any country that has human rights violations and get to this country, they can't get a job come on why the that's not. To what's happening in China Five why would why would the NBA take five hundred million dollars plus from a country that is engaging in ethnic cleansing? Why would so basically you're saying that no nobody should do business with China ever why don't you just answer my question? No. Big Big. I'm just trying to get to the root of it. Okay I maybe I missed it but I thought at one point in the interview he said China is a client maybe miss it. In this piece I didn't I've never heard that listen to the whole thing. Yeah I had I had I heard that somewhere he said China is is a client I had and I didn't I didn't clip it because I thought you would have it on. Oh wait I have it here this I did clip it. Comes to human rights I'm against all human rights violations around the world. China. China. China's not the only country with human rights violent. Genocide going on right now in China tried. All human rights violations why not you be specific? Yes. Because the way proclamations work this country but many you say them anywhere you're gonNA use this as a headline Shubin says this dismissed. Handling Cuban condemned ethnic group. With the troll. But then why would why would the NBA take five hundred million dollars plus from a country that is engaging in ethnic cleansing? Why would so basically you're saying, nope, nobody should do business with China ever. They are customer dirt. They are a customer of ours and guess what Megan I'm okay with doing business with China. Customer I thought that this client but was customer. I I if I had heard that I would have recorded that sounds like it was clipped in the does and I didn't I didn't flip this someone sent it to me so but. It does sound like it was him China's a customer. So I don't know. No, there's definitely but that doesn't mean it was no no, no no. Go back and listen think because you you did this yourself right this clipping. The I two from podcast. Yeah. Then then I think someone is pulling a fast one on us. I. Would. That could by dagger be or right right. After the I can't tell you how it ended right there. He goes says she closes the interview right after that and say goodbye to each other right twenty. I'm saying something different. I'm already figured it out. This is propaganda that was probably put on instagram or twitter and someone edited that this of course did not come from the original source which you listen to in an got out in the wild and it got to me and I heard the now that. I hear the that's totally edited and that's and that's egregious and I'm glad we caught it. That's stuff happens to us to. Not that someone sent it to me. With ill-intent. But it's out there. We get a lot of stuff that's poorly sourced. And I WANNA tell people I get when somebody sends me something poorly sourced or something like eat dyke that clip. Trying to client. customer I really read them the riot act and make that day. They really shouldn't be sending stuff in it. All thinking well as as I said, as I said when I saw your clips like, okay you got it covered because I told you we trust each other that way you gotta covered so I. But I did apparently drop the clip where someone sent to me. So that's what happened there. Before we take a break just real briefly on the boat on the the Beau Biden. Laptop and emails. Because I ask just needs to discuss it I have to I think we have to discuss I want to give the perspective of the left because I was listening to left-wing Talk Radio. And their take is hilarious. Okay. But Guy, wants you to. Bring it in as as we go. Well I have no clips. I only have conclusions. And what I'm seeing is. The Republican trump playbook. Same with Hillary, couple of weeks before the election email scandal Rudy Giuliani involved I mean it's just as bad as the left rolling out their playbook the same old same old had this for a long time Giuliani. Had IT. They've got all. They've just been waiting to spring it, which is now and I think this is I don't know if the trump team has anything better than this. They're all in on it. You know Don Juniors doing special videos And? This is no secret Jim Jim. Biden. James. These these. A bunch of Griff tres who surrounded protect the golden boy joe who special because he's dumb. And everyone's known it and they've always just pushed him around in the visit Robert is at another Robert another. There's a whole bunch of buying slippers somebody describing the entire family. It was quite funny. Months ago. Co Look at the property. These folks have folks. This this. This is not your forty, seven, forty, seven year career politician with just a regular salary I, mean. Just look at all the money it's because the media does not cover it. There's no need to because they're all on it. They're part of the same team. Trump is trying to roll this out really really big and I think that hidden under this. There's no way that this is if you're expecting anything to happen. Before. The election or even after the election don't hold your breath. There is a trap here and I'd like it but I want to hear what your perspective. I know I want you know it's it's unrelated the left the left says the whole thing is is ginned up. A good thing yes. Ginned up the whole thing intake. And that's why it's not getting any coverage from the mainstream media and is not except for Fox. And Fox's only doing a PISS poor job but they're doing wall to wall come on last night. Okay doing. Watching flex that much I watched it last night. This go with a a a buck forty, six, year book forty six. Hey. News this the Wednesday run down. Then look for the Joe Biden material in here tonight cases of the coronavirus urging the US news tonight on the president's son Baron firstly. Trump for mailing baron did test positive for covert after she and the president tested positive to what she reveals about her son and her own symptoms from the virus and the president is asked about his son today. What he says quickly pivoting to a supreme court nominee fissile comes as the number of hospitalizations rises it at least thirty six states tonight amid concerns of a second wave in this country with Americans closer together in the colder weather. The warning today from Dr Anthony Fauci about Thanksgiving gatherings. We also have news on children vaccine trials tonight, and the second weight already hitting Europe. The Supreme Court showdown judge Ab Conybeare at the president's to replace Ruth Bader GINSBURG press today by both Democrats have Republicans on the affordable care coverage for millions with a case before the court just days after the election. Signaling today they knew this is an issue. The American people are watching closely at what they asked. Judge Barrett to clarify today. Terry Moran Standing by Twenty Days Until Election Day. Early voting now underway in forty eight states. What we're seeing across the country. You'll hear from voters right here tonight at President Trump, our most recent poll down significantly among women overnight asking suburban women quote will you please like me sue tonight on the woman in New York Central Park who called nine one one about a black Manta bird watcher falsely claiming he was threatening her and what prosecutors have now revealed and we are just learning tonight at one of the top college football coaches in America has come down with Cohen. Oh. Boo sulk Golden. Blue. Didn't even mention. Biden's name once. Oh, my goodness. Oh, before I forget. I just want to say to Megan Kelly. I am creating podcasting two point zero for you now. I want you to be able to continue this work and get paid I. Promise you. I will do everything I can so that you don't have to talk about your legacy box, which also is going to go away. They're not GONNA no, one's going to sponsor you. We need she is now a national treasure that was beautiful. I'm very proud to have her in podcasting. The good. She had a couple of couple of jerk thing drag vange, punch detri- the old sales trick. Telling me that this. Let me ask you a question. Let me ask you a question. Yeah. One lease no, no. No, and she even told explained to the audience what the trick was this but it was after the second time put up with one he asser again. Well, let me ask you this. Wait a minute. You asking me anything sharp. And she got and she says, no, don't turn this around on me, and then she goes after him and then he's all befuddling because he is a sales guy at the bay, the bottom of everything. and. He, it was a toll fail on his part now, but she's loose. She's doing voices before you know what do ingles come on the Megan is a gem. I'm going to make my personal my personal business to get it working for her now back to the hunter. Biden thing. It's it's just a typical October surprise. They had it ready. It was time to do it. Rudy's Rudy's all judy with it. Of course, this is what the entire trump family was blamed doing about yourself being yourself and you cope through the health. So now there you go is actually the guys who are accusing us who are really doing it. There's enough evidence it doesn't matter nothing's going to happen but. What. was fantastic. Was the admission by facebook and twitter. Admission. In public and to the media. Was this was a mistake and I will read you the headline from. CNBC. facebook twitter make editorial decisions. To limit distribution of story, claiming to show smoking gun e mails related to Biden and his son, a definite clear violation of section two, thirty of the Communications Decency Act, and they have because the Senate Republicans. Or the things Senate Republicans. tweeted that was the account Sia soon. Jack because they have all been subpoenaed October twenty eighth, they are supposed to appear before the committee to testify about their reasoning for hiding behind section two thirty, they're done. They're toast this was it. You Kaley Kaley got cut off twitter. Exit editorial decision it doesn't matter. That's all the counts. It's not about censorship. Generally Kaley cut off with the editorial decision and the prompt. Prom they're gonNA, have answering. The question is when 'cause you did this isn't New York Post article. Why didn't you do this with the New York Times. Article about trump's stolen. According to the note that Kaley got from twitter, we do not let people report on hacked. emails. What it said. We ought to the trump tax returns were hacked. Slide if if if that's what they're going to do. then. This is a violation of the law and it was blatant. It was out there and it had to do with an right before the elections. Forget about. Well if trump did who cares, this is a violation of the law, the very law that has kept them so powerful. I'm going to be watching very closely who calls him to account. That's all that matters because about section two-thirty, they violated it. They've been doing it for a long time. And needs to stop. So they need to be a suitable. You know they need to get section to thirty is important for people like us with a mastodon server. That's what section to thirty s four. Douche bags none of. That's that I think it's a trap. And it could be trump's goodbye gift. To depending on the outcome of the election they're busted. Plain simple. And they're gonNA hide behind the international fact checking network. which I'd like to remind you is who determines when something is wrong on facebook and twitter on. And I'd like to remind you who. Are Members of the International. Fact check network it is led by Alexio months Ireland's. That's the guy running it and it's run by pointer by the way. Peo-. I know that's isn't that the dot org gather the journalist who? Love Club. International Network. Has received funding from the Arthur Blank family foundation the JIG reporters lab bill Melinda. Gates Foundation Google the endowment the Endowment for Democracy the own Media Network Open Society foundations and the Park Foundation. Left these. Little more than just lefties these douches that are they won't take their orders from. His. Disgusting. and well, they got the way they would put it in the olden days. They got their kitten, the ring. And by the way. Earlier that I wanted to point out I forgot by looking at it on the list here. Did you notice when you had those trump clips? He says, the protests should come out in the end up going back home to my mom's basement and they get bawled out. Yeah the ad that is an old phrase isn't it? I haven't heard that phrase probably for twenty years I bawled out my mom. bawled out and how's that spelled B. A. L. L. E. D. or A. W I always thought it was with a W I thought it was w ball to bawled out. That's what I thought. I have to look it up but I, realized I haven't heard that phrase I mean that's my. Mom and dad's stuff from way back. Pat Ourselves on the back for one second you familiar with the MICES. Institute. Of course did you see that we got a thumbs up from the MIZE's institute the show, the show solid expected that you did you see I did not see that. So No build back better why are both Biden and Boris now using this phrase? So goes into a little bit of the bill back better. You know the similarities into this is showing up all of a sudden and then as you read down through this. the UN have taken the liberty of translating the slogan to Spanish Portuguese, French and many other tongues so that politicians all over the world can sing from the same hymn sheet. 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Jobs jobs and jobs. That's. Job. Pharma. On. We're halfway through the month and it goes fast doesn't it? We have birthdays today Paul Saxton celebrated his thirty third on the Twelve Mary worth Russ Minister Fifty six. We just heard about that Mike of Muck Kita forty, one years old today and Shaun Benson will be celebrating on a over twenty six happy birthday to everybody here at the best podcast in the universe. Now. We do have our one daming with the incredibly long name and we have one night. So get sharp here. Leitao. Out. Without thing. And Please Christine Frost and Will Robertson. Both of you are ready to join the roundtable table overnights and dame's thank you support ups, thousand dollars or more. Thank you so much and I'm very proud to pronounce the Katie has. Serve Robertson of two sticks and data. Christine. Cultivator craft during tritter custodian of Clark County Nevada for you. We've got hookers and blow Rent Boys Chardonnay by Special Quest Arnold Palmer's and a flame thrower rabbit meat and golf milk. We've got Brazilian Hadi's in Kashasa beer and blends redheads and rise cases and stockade. Bourbon Trail Gerbils, and of course, mutton an need. It is the staples around table and if you head over to know agenda nation dot com slash rings even while he's on the Road Eric, she'll. We'll help you. We'll get his get your address where to shipping address the ring size, all the stuff 'cause the beautiful signet ring. It's real with sealing wax, and of course, your official. Knight or Dame certificate. Thank you for supporting the no agenda show. Always like a potty, it was just like an old Sir School Party in. Vegas and we have one report today from the Denver. City Park says sitting meet up hello a nation. This is the Denver City Park. Sit In meet up where we remaining healthily skeptical of one another. I'm going to the MIC around for anyone who say anything hello from Denver Metro we're not all. Stupid. In the morning, this mountain Jay Dodi's. Jim from Denver in the morning this is Matt from Castlerock in the morning I'm still trying to place bought the spook. Beecham in the morning gentlemen. GM everybody this is Pablo Hey. This is Paul from Greeley I liked the boobs to John. John stay safe. Adrian Bronfman with loot safe dot org reminding all citizens of Gitmo nation that a family that lutes together stays together. In the morning. This is Marcus. Shout to my smoking hot. Laptop. And, plus plus to the chat room. Little. TACO. As been the biggest meet up so far we're looking forward to the next Monday meet up two weeks from now at two. To be determined go to. Go to know demidov DOT COM. I love hearing these meet up reports because I know that some people when they hear themselves they'll be like oh gosh. I. Sound Silly. Yeah. It's funny that When did you? First I realized what you sounded like when I was six years old mark read Mercer sold me his reel to reel tape record. It was a miniature one and the trick at five dollars I had to save for it for a long time and it could he only knew how to make it works to keep going back to him, and then he would typically wind up sitting on my head. So it's all very traumatic but that's what I heard it the first time and I remember holy crap I sound like a girl. What six YEP sure you did and I worked all my life to not sound like a girl. I never went through puberty where my voice dropped I just forced it from from a young age. Actually where to store, you've ever toll on the show. Oh. It's why weird it's true. Well, I. Don't remember I think I had her tape recorded to when I was a kid and. I will wasn't traumatic as old enough anyway voices already changing. I didn't think much about it one way or the other be honest about but I know a lot of people are traumatized when they hear their own voice and the funny thing is, I, think if I hear a recording myself and I'm hearing myself as I talk and you do we all do. I'm hearing my own voice. I'm not hearing some other voice I'm hearing is exactly what I sound like to me is exactly what I sound like. which maybe that's weird I don't know and I should. I think once you know what you sound like you're writing your system adjusts and said, yeah, that's what you sound like it sound like that. I should clarify that at the same age my grandmother gave me a small square Sony Transistor Radio I. Think it was am only but it was solid state was high level is very quality of high quality. AM radio. which later was what triggered when I saw the ipod I thought Oh crap. It looks just like my radio maybe we could do radio broadcasts title Sony God. I wish it's like a cube I know exactly what it looks like I know of course I don't have that would be beautiful look and see if one's available and I would. Put it under my pillow at night, and I'd listen to the radio and oddly enough. Basketball Games were fascinating to me because I remember hearing the squeaking on the court and it was just squeak squeak. Yeah. And little booming this. I was really into the sound of it. Listen to these guys talk like this. And I was just fascinated and I. always I wanted to be on the radio from that time. So when I got the tape recorder and I heard as the chat room, kindly notice points out that I still sound like a girl from. Let Yourself Wide Open. It's certainly a between when I was building my first transmitters around the age of thirteen. And had a microphone also see radio. Everybody I'm talking like this and it's always perfect for and I had a face for radio into reds. Excuse me do you realize what I was trying to not sound like a girl I? I wanted to have a career why didn't have to be seen? This is all true by the way is not a joke. That's really true. Not a joke not a joke man. Meet ups quick little overview of the of the schedule coming up on Saturday. The Smoking Hot Springfield Missouri and meet up number three two o'clock central time also on Saturday the Winston. Salem. North Carolina meet up two o'clock Sunday. Now, this is. This I just wanted to make note of this and I'm going to talk to the back office. I thought it was weird last week or last show when I saw that there was an Austin no agenda was a meet up at one o'clock in Austin? Like who schedules a meet up to start when the show was on? And I just mentioned it offhand and I see it's called the no agenda Liberty. Barbecue meet up. So I just want everybody to know that this was put on the calendar by someone who just start listening to the show and has a monthly event a libertarian. Party event. So I want you to know if you're going to go to that that's a political event and it's in I I. I don't think it should be counter. We were talking about this I talked about this with Mimi and in others but. It slipped in. Yeah it should not be on the list. Yeah. Your own media dot com to meet APPs or specifically can't have everybody's meet up for everything. You know the wheat farmers are meeting for you know disgusted price of wheat we that what this is is not an open right for everybody kind of thing. I think it was. A No mollison tendon. So do we shouldn't be? I think it's an honest mistake daddy mouse intended by anyone who are trying to exploit the. Meet up system. But out just saying that that that is inappropriate. Yeah. It should be noted that this is not the no agenda meet up that you would expect then also on Sunday is the local one and plus Michigan and let's see the Shil family continues their back back off listening tour they're in Carson City Nevada so I guess there's the Gambling, just stick seeking worst Carson City isn't that near Vegas? No no Carson city's up for just outside of Reno okay. Oh. Okay Book. Is a Virginia City Carson Z. cars the cities that the capital of Nevada. Reno Carson City Virginia, city in sparks kind of in the quad cities area. We'll go meet these seven foot tall. She'll kid who does the Rubik's cube with one hand and say, Hi to Henry he's adorable. On Wednesday, this Monday on. A Wednesday the norristown Pennsylvania Jomo Avin by the way Evan Throws Henry and then. Henry is a little one evidence at Evans, the giant. Giant fantastic. Music business. Of the context contemplative one, the thoughtful one. is in the middle yes and his name. That's not even. It's not Henry. For some reason. I just. I know. The family, of course, you remember right now we have northbound Pennsylvania meet up as debate watch party at eight o'clock. That's Wednesdays I went on Great Andrea. Andrea have courses Andrei. Course Andre I remember night. Thank. Colorado. Springs next Thursday, the local seven nineteen meet up and there's many more for over and for November so make sure you check out. No agenda meet UPS. Dot Com. If you don't find one near you. All you gotTa do is set up yourself not meet UPS. Dot Com potty. A. Say. Actually, do have one end of show Eyeso-. To evaluate. Yeah and it's also a clip. That summarizes the Supreme Court. Trial or hearing or what testimony By Amy. Coney Barrett. Freak show and that's I've figured that would be a good show I saw it's a beauty i. wish it was clear but it was good a good now better than anything else is. Good enough okay? And that was John. John. Kennedy I think. And he said that on the floor, he was a freak show. Perfect. Okay. So I, thought that would. Show clip. Now. This is You had a Canadian parliament clip. We should have more of these because they get very argumentative it's not as it used to be packed. But I have a good a good Canadian parliament clip because his calling out. Fidel Castro's kid. As Fidel Castro's kid. No He's not. I shouldn't say that because we have no proof except absolute compliance of the ringer. Al President they. Had A hat. A hat. He's got the beard now. So. So he has called out for this bullshit the. Canadians put up with this crap but listen to this back and forth. The member for Carlton. Who would their own money on gateway casinos real turns out nobody of course, the company was just downgraded to junk status and its parent company Lost Ninety five percent of its value on the stock market before being delisted altogether. In fact, financial experts in Toronto say the company vastly over values, its assets, but there's someone who would invest other people's money in. The casino just got the Jackpot of two, hundred, million dollars from this government. With the financial genius over there who invested two million of our tax dollars in this failing casino firm please stand up. Stand up. Political Games we recognize. Ordinary. Given that man he stood up and what? Yeah that was made that is good. Well, here's what's interesting about coin to get gets the point is called the prime minister here during the applause or that laugh area he comes out any pulls the pants. And I realized that pants must study this guy because this guy is really good at never really addressing the issues in going on with a bunch of bull car. Let's listen to that again because that was really if he's pulling a pence, he's pulling a he's pulling a nice fine job and this is good I like to affirm please stand up. Stacked. Play silly political games we recognize the. Extraordinary situation that Canadians are facing a few days away from Thanksgiving, and people are worried about whether or not gonna they're gonNA see their loved ones how they're going to make it through this. Whether or not we're going to be able to gather for Christmas and as a country and as a government, we remain focused on that. We're working with partners across the country and previous provinces and territories and continue to work with all orders of government as we deliver for Canadians to this pandemic left the Conservatives play games were focused on Canadians. Speaking. You got to know when to hold them. No end if Oldham please end to walk away. and. No one to swindle a naive Prime Minister of twenty, two, million dollars of other parts of the lines. That's exactly what Gateway Casinos has just done. They can't get money from anyone in fact, for ten years owner tried to sell the company but nobody would buy. Well we have. Job Losses Two thousand people in the energy. Sector West Five, hundred out east a million. Canadians without paychecks since the pandemic why is he throwing away our money in this Jackpot for casino insiders? Oh man this is just like us down here. Yeah same stuff is throwing away the money to some. To swindle the prime prime minister not only. I gotTA kick away. We got that I got a Canadian. He pull he pulled the pants he pulled the pence extended. depended. Yeah. He did is ten steroids. He said nothing. No He's great at that. It's always good at. The Canadians lap it up for some reason. way overtime today But of course, we had a lot of fun things to talk about about the meet up and and lots of good support for those who were waiting to hear about the Safari, club and Alan Perro. Have it all teed up. It'll be fine for Sunday. The world's not going to meltdown CIA whistle blowers. On mainstream media anytime soon, and we have discussed this guy seven years ago with the exact same story. So it's always you get that feeling have you noticed that lately like stuff that we've talked about a decade ago is now. True and accepted. Just coming. To light was just coming to light, but it's it's it's. Every single day it's like Oh man. We talked about that seven years ago, and now it's a big Tadao breaking CIA whistle blower. Though it's it's kind of known. And what are you gonNA. Do don't nothing I just wanted to share the experience donations or doing? Well, I'm happy camper. Ferret is ladies and gentlemen the crux of all things. Which means we will gladly see you again on Sunday for another deconstruct exercise of the media whatever's left of it. Whatever it isn't controlled by the. The mocking birds. Wall Street's go broth. Coming up as we do have to Nice. into show mixes QUICKIES, Jesse Cornell Senator Orlando guns, the beyond no agenda stream dot com. Right after this program and coming to you from feeble exterior region number six. It is the that's on the governmental maps. Wish Austin Texas capital of the drone star state. I'm here not petunias own thirty three in the morning everybody I'm Adam Curry and from northern Silicon Valley where it's apparently GonNa get to one hundred degrees. At least in some parts of the Of the Valley Him Jesse Navarra at one hundred here today as well. Some similarities where we can be so different. Remember us. Dot Org slash a we'll talk to you on Sunday until then audio's Muff owes. And such. A. Joe, Biden. By Joe Biden. Now, we have to come together that live Bernie. Joe Biden's. That's how they're going to. Kill the new. The mosquito. World record first line on moving. Flies fly. Why is that. Is a robotics line and they're trying to take them out. Not about pets. taught him. To slow fuel suddenly. To move forward in a great. Is What it is. Again. That's Why people. Do not the basic skills principle only one way is. Going go it. Is What it is. Weird League interesting. Around with us if you do something. We are going to do things gene that has never been done before. Ruthless. What it is. against. I. Continue to erode public trust in institutions and the very democratic running the united. States and that's even without considering possible violence in the street. What it is. Pain. That again. Well, the cure is a bit of an older problems. Concern about this disease. Something, we want people think about is what it is. That's why. We're trying to never do. It again. That's what it is between now November third. God knows when Pond. Mojo. Dot Org slash and A. It was a freak show.

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Disney+ Says It Could Hit 260 Million Subscribers in 2024

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01:52 min | 4 months ago

Disney+ Says It Could Hit 260 Million Subscribers in 2024

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's your morning brief for friday december. Eleventh i'm mark stewart with the wall street journal disney's flagship streaming service disney plus could triple its worldwide subscriber. Count to two hundred sixty million by twenty twenty four. According to the company that would be a massive jump from its current global count of eighty six point eight million subscribers executive chairman. Robert agar said the company plans to add more than one hundred new titles to the service per year. Drawing on franchises such as star wars and marvel studios to lure viewers amazon has announced a global effort to retrain twenty nine million people for cloud computing rolls by twenty twenty-five. The new skills training comes as the pandemic up ends many careers. Amazon has geared the project to people who aren't already working for the company. This new effort will build on existing programs but also create new ones in partnership with nonprofits and schools. The chief executive of ferrari has unexpectedly after being hospitalized for covid nineteen lewis. Malaria has left the hospital and is finishing his recovery at home. According to a person familiar with the situation the luxury automaker said he had resigned for unspecified. Personal reasons ferrari's chairman will take over as ceo until a permanent replacement can be found and as tesla prepares to join the s. and p. Five hundred and announcement is expected soon as another company will be moved to make way for the electric vehicle company. We have a lot more coverage of the day's news on the wsj's what's news. Podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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Monitor Show 23:00 03-14-2021 23:00

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01:42 min | Last month

Monitor Show 23:00 03-14-2021 23:00

"With metro by t. Mobile your hard earned. Money goes further this tax season. They're zero fees the switch enjoy metro's lowest price. Just twenty five bucks a line for four lines plus get four samsung galaxy phones when you switch. Now that's the best feeling wireless metro by t mobile empowering you to rule your day online lose promo rate if any deactivates no fees on select phones per line with eligible port excludes sales tax offer additional terms apply see metro by t mobile dot com business app and bloomberg dictate. This is bloomberg radio now. A global news update. Tsa says more than one point. Three million people pass through american airports on friday marking. Its busiest day since the start of the pandemic the increase in travel is good news to the country's beleaguer travel and tourism industry even with a relatively high number travel is still down about forty percent compared to the same date in two thousand nineteen however non essential travel is still against the latest cdc guidelines. Even if you're fully vaccinated the secretary of homeland security is directing fema to help receive shelter and transfer unaccompanied children's at the southwestern border. All the honcho. My orcas announced saturday. The country is working to move these children from customs and border protection to the department of health and human services so they could be placed with a family member or sponsor until their immigration. Case can be heard. My orcas said a border patrol. Facility is no place for a child. Wisconsin senator ron. Johnson is being called for his remarks on talk radio show. The republican said on thursdays. The joe pags show. He might have been more worried if it was a different group protesting on january. Sixth and the tables been turned.

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U.S. Stocks Jump on Optimism for Stimulus Deal

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01:47 min | 4 months ago

U.S. Stocks Jump on Optimism for Stimulus Deal

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's the closing bell. Brief for tuesday december fifteenth. I'm charlie turner for the wall street journal. Stocks ended the day higher with a major. Us indexes each rising more than one percent. The dow jones industrials rose three hundred. Thirty seven points to close at thirty thousand one hundred ninety nine. The nasdaq composite gained one hundred fifty five points. The s&p five hundred rose forty seven stocks advanced on hopes that congress will reach a deal on a corona virus. Relief package and a year end spending bill top democratic and republican lawmakers were expected to meet this afternoon for the first time in weeks to try to hash out an agreement. Investors are also monitoring news about corona virus. Vaccines the food and drug administration. Today said modena's covid nineteen vaccine is highly effective setting the stage for an emergency authorization later this week. The fda cleared the first over the counter at home cova test in corporate news. Shares of apple rose five percent on a report. The company plans to produce up to ninety six million iphones in the first half of next year. A nearly thirty percent year over year jump and facebook says it'll allow political ads for georgia's runoff elections starting tomorrow but it'll maintain a broader blackout for ads about social issues elections or politics in the us as part of its efforts to reduce misinformation. We'll have more coverage of the day's news on the wall street. Journal's what's news podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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New Weekly U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise to 885,000

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01:38 min | 4 months ago

New Weekly U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise to 885,000

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's your mid day. Brief for thursday december seventeenth. I'm charlie whelan for the wall street journal. The number of workers seeking unemployment benefits remains at levels not seen since september. The labor department says eight hundred eighty five thousand. People filed new jobless claims last week. Another sign the economy is entering a winter. Slowdown amid rising coronavirus cases in new business restrictions. The robin hood online stock trading company agreed to pay sixty five million dollars to settle. Claims by the sec didn't fully disclose business. Deals with high-speed trading firms the investigation centered on robin hoods failure until two thousand eighteen to reveal on its website how it makes money by routing. Customer orders to high-speed traders hood neither admitted nor denied the sec's allegations and russia's ban from international sports for doping offenses being cut in half after it appealed an earlier decision by anti doping authorities. The ban includes the twenty twenty two beijing winter games and next summer's postpone tokyo olympics. Russian athletes will still be able to compete but their uniforms can't display the flag of the russian federation and the russian national anthem can't be played or sung at any official event venue. We'll have a lot more coverage of the day's news on the wsj's what's news. Podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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Ashe Reveals The Secret To Having A Unique Sound As An Artist

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01:49 min | 5 months ago

Ashe Reveals The Secret To Having A Unique Sound As An Artist

"What's it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in hybrid? The thrill of four hundred horsepower t eight twin engine. The joy of impromptu, traffic. and. Serenity. Of Electric Power in pure Eko. Mode. Visit DMV evil retailer today to experience the ninety recharge plug in hybrid for yourself. You're never completely ready to adopt a teen. For late nights writing English papers. Are. Your teens music taste for dinners where they talk more on their phone than with you for the first time. They call you mom. You're never completely ready to adopt a teen and you can't imagine the reward to learn more about adopting a teen visit adopt. US. Kids Dot Org brought to you by the US Department of Health and Human Services adopt US kids and the Ad Council. With Ryan, seacrest ashes breakout more stores now. Finally released without Nile more than a year and a half ago and she's been making music even longer. And ever-growing fan base to impart to her unique voice and personality China through the museum developing your own sound can be challenging for some artists but ashes advice is just let it happen. Naturally she tells songwriter universe. The best way to be unique is to not think about it. It's really just being you which can be something that a lot of us have our time finding out I asked myself could anyone else sing this song and I feel like someone else could sing it then cut it from my list I. Think it's a good measuring tool ashes latest save myself is out now that's direct from Hollywood.

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U.S. Stocks Mixed as Investors Await Stimulus Deal

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01:32 min | 4 months ago

U.S. Stocks Mixed as Investors Await Stimulus Deal

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's the closing bell. Brief for wednesday december sixteenth. I'm charlie turner for the wall street journal. Stocks ended the day mixed. The dow jones industrials fell forty. Four points to close at thirty thousand one fifty four. The nasdaq composite gained sixty three points. The s&p five hundred added six. Investors remained focused on lawmakers progress toward a stimulus package. This after government data showed a one point one percent drop in retail sales during november a coalition of states led by texas is suing google. They allege the company manipulated digital advertising markets in violation of any trust laws and colluded with facebook to rig advertising auctions. Google called the charges meritless. Facebook had no immediate comment and the federal reserve wrapped up a two day policy meeting today. The central bank released projections showing. Most policymakers expect interest rates to stay near zero at least through twenty twenty three. The fed also provided updated plan for purchasing government bonds to support the economy but didn't change the program to provide more stimulus. We'll have more coverage of the day's news on the wall street. Journal's what's news podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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05:24 min | Last month

First Humpday of March Show Start

"When you place a wager with william hill sportsbook every moment becomes even more interesting and we have a special twenty twenty one offer to help you. Bet all your favorite sports risk free. Download the william hill mobile app. And when you sign up you can get started with the risk. Free bed of up to two thousand and twenty one dollars. Use promo code. Pod must be president michigan twenty one plus only terms and conditions. Apply gambling problem. Call the michigan department of health and human services gambling disorder helpline at one eight hundred seven zero seven one seventeen. Let's make it interesting with william all-sports bark while we all desperately ached for escapism richardson. The shunned land smash on net flicks came streaming along. Now we wait for season two. But in the meantime you can hear how this show came to live with the cast the production team and the creators of bridgeton. Listen to bridgeton the official podcast on the iheartradio app apple podcasts or anywhere you get your favorite shows ladies and gentlemen. It's about to go down. What you're talking about st what i'm talking about every morning. The start of something grand to start of something new. The start of something spectacular. You know what i'm talking about. 'cause it's about to happen to you ladies and gentlemen. It is cracking here. We all the steve harvey morning. Show give it to give it to me. I stop 'em too much they won't but now that's the only fee the only thing i miss about standards is walking out guy walk off. Wow what does that feel like to make you feel like. It's the most incredible thing because as a stand up what can never replace standup. It is simply the purest form of adulation that you can give from a crowd because it's only a based on your ability to provide enjoyment for them. You're not putting that their heartstrings. You're not you're not taking them back down memory lane with a favorite song. You're not doing sing. Alongs no such thing as a joke alone. Come on come on this with me. Y'all two three people walk into a bar. Come here buddy. Let me white man. Chinese mail come. Y'all notice is is that it is the purest form of adulation that you can get from a crowd. And when you kill it and i mean a ninety minutes set just you and you stand there for ninety minutes and you deliver your gut wrenching laughter. And you walk off. Oh my god. Oh my god. It is unbelievable. Unbelievable man when you do it wale and then to top all at all. God is giving you the incredible gift that you can earn a living at it man. Oh man to me. He's just a cloudy applause. So let me just say quickly. Good morning to everybody on the show. Thank you lord. You're right now. Good morning won't give it to me back out. Let's just clapping all the way out today. Let me set up to show for all day. Don't stop we got coming up. We got we request we got. We're know we'd be back would it every day you're listening to tame mighty morning. Show me me me me me but also you the payroll fast. Forwards is favorite thorn film episode or doughnut. Not okay what's my line The only line. I see here on. Script is get options based on your budget with the name your price tool from progressive man. That's a tongue twister I'm sorry i'm getting need a few more minutes booth. This wall risk wall risk the name your price tool only from progressive the our. Nfl of the comatose coxswain casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law.

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U.S. Household Spending Edges Down in First Drop Since Spring

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01:44 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Household Spending Edges Down in First Drop Since Spring

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's your midday brief for wednesday december. twenty third. I'm shay waylon for the wall street. Journal spending by households fell point four percent last month according to the commerce department. That's the first decline in seven months and it comes as a surge in coronavirus infections is prompting states and cities to order businesses to close or scale back meanwhile household income. That's how much americans earn from wages. Investments in government aid programs fell one point one percent but the labor department says the number of new unemployment claims fell last week. Two eight hundred and three thousand. That's an indication. The economy is recovering though at a slower pace. European union officials say the uk in the eu are closing in on a post. Brexit trade accord the two sides are racing to reach a deal covering economic trade and securitized by december. Thirty first an agreement would end. Four years of uncertainty about future ties between the uk and the eu. Since britain voted in two thousand sixteen to leave the block and families of people with autism down syndrome and other intellectual development disorders are loving states. Give the group priority and receiving corona virus. Vaccines a wall street. Journal analysis of data from twelve states indicates that people with the disorders are more than twice as likely to die of covid nineteen than the rest of the population. We'll have a lot more coverage of the day's news on the wsj's what's news. Podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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U.S. Stocks End Pre-Holiday Session Modestly Higher

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01:43 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Stocks End Pre-Holiday Session Modestly Higher

"I asked what kind of family she wanted. She said a family like yours. Learn more about adopting a teen at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by the us department of health and human services adoptuskids and the ad council. Here's the closing bell brief for thursday december twenty fourth. I'm charlie turner for the wall street journal. Stocks ended higher and a half session before the holiday break. The dow jones industrials rose. Seventeen points to close at thirty thousand one hundred ninety nine. The nasdaq composite gained thirty. Three points the s&p five hundred rose thirteen. All three indexes. Were little changed for the week. The nasdaq was the best performer. Rising four tenths. Percent market's reaction to the latest developments. On a new corona virus aid package was relatively muted dueling moves in the house to boost stimulus. Checks cut foreign aid. Were blocked raising the possibility of a government shutdown next week. Investors welcome news at the uk in the european union reached an historic agreement on a brexit trade deal. It's widely believed that. Brexit will hurt both the uk and e you economies but less so than if there had been no exit deal by the year end deadline in corporate news shares of chinese ecommerce. Giant alibaba fell thirteen percent after china. Step pressure on the company saying it was investigating complaints of potentially monopolistic behavior. Us markets are closed. Tomorrow for the christmas holiday and a final programming note will also be taking a break. We're off all of next week and will return on monday january fourth. We'll have more coverage of the day's news on the wall street. Journal's what's news podcast you can add to your playlist on your smart speaker or listen. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Unionization

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:33 min | 1 d ago

Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Unionization

"Courage i learned it from my adoptive mom. Learn about adopting a teen from foster. Care at adopt. Us kids dot org. You can't imagine the reward brought to you by adoptuskids the us department of health and human services and the ad council. Here's your midday brief for friday. April ninth. I'm jr whalen for the wall. Street journal amazon employees alabama. Who voted not unionized. According to a wall street journal tally of votes. The union effort sparked a national debate over working conditions. Amazon facilities the results mark of victory for the online retailer which had battled against the labour organizing efforts by midday amazon. Were up about one and a half percent. The johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine is going to be harder to come by the us next week. Doses of the one shot treatment are expected to plunge by more than eighty percent week to week. Fluctuations and supplier common. Papillon some manufacturing challenges. It is unclear why next week supply is decreasing so sharply j. j. did recently experience a production problem at manufacturers plant in baltimore but that plant hasn't been authorized to supply doses for the us and prince. Philip husband of queen elizabeth. The second has died at age. Ninety nine the duke of edinburgh had spent a month in the hospital earlier this year for treatment of a pre existing heart condition. He was the oldest ever male member of the british royal family. We'll have a lot more coverage of the day's news on the wsj's what's news. Podcast you can add to your playlist in your smart speaker or listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

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Make doable plans

Before Breakfast

06:04 min | Last week

Make doable plans

"When you place a wager with william hill sportsbook every moment becomes even more interesting and we have a special twenty twenty one offer to help you bet all your favorite sports risk free download the williamsville mobile app. And when you sign up you can get started with a risk. Free bed of up to two thousand and twenty one dollars. Use promo code pod. Rif must be president michigan. Twenty one plus only terms and conditions apply gambling problem. Call the michigan department of health and human services gambling disorder helpline at one eight hundred seven zero seven one seventeen. Let's make it interesting with william hill sportsbook. Welcome to before breakfast. Production of iheartradio Good morning this is laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to make doable plans. Don't convince yourself that you're going to do something. that really isn't feasible instead. Make plans that are realistic. And you will feel far more productive if you've been listening to before breakfast for awhile. You know that. I am a fan of creating short to do lists. That are challenging but doable. I am not a fan of long unorganized lists of stuff that has no chance of being done. In the time period allotted. There is no benefit to putting something on your to do list. That doesn't get done and in fact there's some potential harm because those make believe to do distract you and give you the nagging feeling of never being done so. Save your to do list for what you actually intend to do. It can become a contract with yourself and then take this philosophy with you through your entire schedule. Wanna get up at four thirty. Am tomorrow so you can get in a workout before your six. Am call with colleagues in london. Really are you sure about that. Have you gotten up at four thirty. Am i workout in the past week or two no Interesting well if you are going to turn off your alarm without getting up to go for a run anyway it would be better to get a little more sleep and avoid the jarring and let's face it pointless alarm at four thirty likewise lots of people make plans for the weekend that are aspirational to say the least clean out the basement the entire basement. How about the entire garage to. Let's organize photos from the last twenty years. You know the kind of plans. I am talking about plans. That are too ambitious for a world where you are exhausted after a demanding week where you have scheduled commitments and where you need to do the laundry. What about aiming to clean out one area of the basement organized pictures from this past winter instead. I've heard a lot of people say that after a year of pandemic stress and remote work in school. They have a little less. Get up and go than usual. And i get. That may be used to be able to make it to your desk having exercised and showered by but that just doesn't feel realistic anymore. If starting work that isn't necessary for you well then don't decide on a later. Start time that fits your life now. People have kind of stories. They tell themselves about what their plans should be. You know how these go. There's no point in exercising. If you're not going to work out for at least in our children all go to bed precisely at eight o'clock but then maybe your kids aren't actually tired. Then and bedtime is a battle so you start later than you planned every single night. Maybe just moved things to eight thirty and have doable plans. If you are aiming for a target that is essential for your employer or your business model. Then you'll need to figure out how to do that but otherwise set. More realistic goals doable. Plans are motivating and lead to more sustainable success. In the meantime this is laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody i'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter. Facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast p. o. d. you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts. At iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. I look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows when you place a wager with william hill sportsbook every store moment becomes even more interesting and we have a special twenty twenty one offer to help you bet on all your favorite sports risk free. Download the william hill mobile app. And when you sign up you can get started with a risk. Free bed of up to two thousand and twenty one dollars. 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Hungry in a Pandemic

America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

29:57 min | 6 months ago

Hungry in a Pandemic

"Over. The last fourteen days, Kobe nineteen cases are twenty percent in deaths up five percent in the United States overall. With the GOP looking to push through a new Supreme Court justice to replace the late RPG or they haven't moved cove nineteen relief since July renewed talks on the second wave of stimulus are back on the table. In case you were planning on going to a street party in Brazil in the middle of a pandemic carnival is officially postponed. This is America dissected. I'm your host Dr. Abdul El-Sayed. When I was serving in the city of Detroit is been a lot of time talking to well meaning folks about how to solve problems in the city. Everyone. Had Ideas. But one thing always became clear. Your concept of a solution depends entirely on what you think the problem is. Take the public health challenge of obesity. For example, over forty percent of Americans are obese. Obesity is a critical predictor of diabetes and heart disease. There's a cruel irony to obesity. In theory, it's a problem of plenty. Go back a hundred years and it was a disease of the rich. The poor in those times simply couldn't afford enough calories and usually worked physical Labor that would tax will little calories they could afford. Today obesity is far more common among low-income Americans why the cost of food consider the cost of a big Mac meal at McDonald's versus two bags of spinach costs roughly the same price about six bucks. A BIG MAC meal has one thousand and eighteen calories whereas two bags of spinach has two hundred, eight calories. If, you're poor. It's hard to afford a food that would cost you five times as much for the same number of calories. Worse Detroit has twenty five McDonald's restaurants and only twenty grocery stores the plurality of which are in its well to do downtown and Midtown district. In fact, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Labeled Nineteen of Detroit neighborhoods food deserts. Personally I prefer the term food swamps you've got food it's just not nutritious kind. While there are plenty of the macronutrients like fat and carbs that grow belly. There are few of the micronutrients that grow brain. At the health department when we were thinking about programs to take on obesity and often here well, meaning advice. If people ate healthier and exercise more people would say, well, they wouldn't be so obese. Maybe. We can do a campaign around making healthy choices. Telling you make a healthy choice, might be effective if you can actually choose between a big Mac and a bag of spinach, and there aren't obstacles to getting that bag of spinach like not having a car. But that's the RUB. When we assume that everyone has the same circumstances we overemphasize quote unquote personal choices rather than structural obstacles to problems and the solutions we offer aren't solutions at all just victim blaming. And structural obstacles have gotten so much worse for so many people since this pandemic started twenty, two million Americans lost jobs since the pandemic started. Many more faced furloughs five point four, million lost their health insurance millions lost child care for their kids. Government is supposed to solve those structural challenges. It's why there's some hope now that congressional leaders have restarted talks about another stimulus, the cynic in me wants to believe that this isn't just another ploy to have checks with Jay trump's signature on them sent to millions of homes just before. Election Day. Pragmatist in me says, it doesn't even matter right now too many are suffering and they deserve government relief. As I think now on what this moment means for people I served in. DETROIT, it's clear that those choices are on food Scott a lot harder. The picture of hunger in America, isn't the stereotypical image from a far away place of an infant. So skinny, you can see his heartbeat through his chest famine. But as we discussed too many kids lack access to the basic micronutrients that are so critical to feeding their growing minds. And for so many families food insecurity worry about where your next meal's coming from is a serious concern. Our guest today is someone who's been thinking about hunger in America and what we can do about it her work has taken on added urgency. In the midst of this pandemic we'll talk to Claire Babylonia Fonteneau CEO Feeding America after the break. America dissected is brought to you by pay, PAL? Things may have changed around us, but our inner drive to be there for the people we care about runs deeper than ever. Our normal has changed and we're all finding new ways to connect and continue supporting one another. We started social distancing when we spend time with friends and explore local cuisine, and we're doing more to support and advocate for underrepresented communities. So what we need more than ever is an easy way to support each other from afar with the pay pal up sending and receiving money is faster and easier. Stay connected with the people you love quickly insecurity send money to friends and family just about anywhere in the world starting money pool to split the bill going on a gift or fundraise for a good cause. Make Touch Free Qr code payments at your favorite local restaurant farmers market. Donate to a local nonprofit or support a cause from across the country. Pay Pal is making it easy to pay safely and quickly. I guess today is Clare Babba. No Fonteneau. She is the CEO of feeding America Clare Thank you so much for making the time with. US. Thank you for having me. We're really excited to to have this conversation because it's a conversation we've been needing to have and I wanna ask you just stepping back even before this pandemic what is the state of hunger in America? It'll surprise a lot of people in your audience to learn that even before it were about thirty, five, million people in this country, I were suffering from food insecurity. That's just not who we think of That's not the way we think of ourselves I think. In this country but it it is an unfortunate truth. And You know when when we talk about the picture of hunger and Food Insecurity, what do you mean by that? Because I think a lot of folks get this sort of image of. People in other parts of the world who are ravaged by hunger and you know you can see the bones and the ribs. But. But that's not really the picture of hunger in America is it can you? Can you give us a sense of what hunger and food insecurity mean in in a country like ours? Right, and you know the unfortunate truth is there there certainly are are. Rare occasions where there would be that type of malnutrition that people are custom to associate with other countries but that is I'm grateful that is it's rare in the United States we have a real issue around food insecurity and food insecurity in contrast with with the term hunger hunger everybody thinks about everybody at one moment are another in their lives are in their day even will feel that paying that says that they need more to eat. But food insecurity is is a scenario where you have a person or family where they do not have consistent access of a nutritious mix of food, the kind of food that you need to build strong. And a strong spirit, and that happens way too often in this country. And what have the consequences of the pandemic been for hunger and Food Insecurity in America? Well that number that I talk to you about before the food insecurity rate. That's a number that's provided by the USDA but even last year we were we provided meals to forty million people. Last year, what we've seen since the pandemic is that there's been a food crisis that's gone along with the health crisis. We've seen those numbers soar and unfortunately we think that the number. will not peak until it climbs to about fifty million people and that nearly twenty million are going to be kids. So it's been significant some of our food banks like one in El Paso saw increases a four, hundred percent. Overall we've seen we've had a moment in time early on in the pandemic when our average estimated increase was more than seventy percent. Now, it's about sixty. But that's those are huge increases. But is tragic. Can you give us a sense of the mechanisms that are driving that increase in hunger is it is a function of lost jobs. And lost opportunities to to access places where people will usually get a meal or is it something else? Oh. It's a combination of all of the above I talked about children just a minute. Go let me use children by way of example, even before it. There was an estimated twenty, two million kids in this country who relied upon free and reduced lunch. For those kids and those families. So many of them were right on the edge and they were relying upon those school mill Mel's in order to remain food secure. As a result of the pandemic as you know, children have been out of school and when they're out of school, they don't have access to that meal that they relied upon. Also they're so many working class poor in this country I believe that Federal Reserve Bank. Did some research not that long ago and it was before covid and what it revealed was that about forty percent of American households that were part of this survey that they did didn't have. More than four hundred dollars cash on hand to deal with an emergency. So now let's talk about Kobe Kobe has done that all the people who were struggling right there on the brink. So many of them were working in the industries that are hardest impacted by by the pandemic. In the service industries, you know the restaurant industry hotel industry. So so many of those people who were right on the edge unfortunately I have. Not been able to stay on the other side of the line, and now for the first time in their lives for so many of them they're struggling with food insecurity in fact, about forty percent of the people who've turned to us for help, and that number has remained constant throughout the pandemic about forty percent of these people were turning us for help have never before relied upon the charitable food system not before now. Well. Can you give me a sense of? Who those who are most likely to be feeling hunger or food insecure in this moment who are they? I mean we know the consequences of covid nineteen have not been born equitably. We know that the rates of transmission in the rates of Death Dacoven nineteen two and a half to even three times as likely among black and Brown. Americans and we also know that the livelihoods lost to this pandemic have not been born equitably key. Can you give us a sense of the way that hunger maps to some of the broader inequities in our society? Yeah. So the exact same nearly identical statistics would apply when it comes to hunger it is. It is so tragic that these communities that are already so vulnerable communities of color that not only are they two times more likely to suffer from the CO morbidity an underlying conditions that make them more susceptible to this virus make the virus more lethal. They're also far more likely to be food insecure to begin with. So on top of being already been rebel for so many systemic reasons we layer onto that the health pandemic and the food crisis, and those those communities are really reeling right now. No I if our politicians were to get serious about ending hunger in America, what would that look like to you? I'm glad you asked that question because you know people have talked to me about food shortages and things of that nature and I want to throw out a couple things as context as I answer the question that you vast. Produce more than enough food in this country to make certain that no one is food. Insecure. But there's often a mismatch of where the food is and the people who need it layer on top of that the fact that before cove it, I was privy to the statistic that not counting household waste we were sending seventy, two billion pounds of perfectly edible food to landfills. So. If we as a country got serious about food insecurity, we could solve food insecurity and you were talking about policy makers that absolutely has to be a part of it. So this has to be an all invite. We've got to understand that each of us has a role to play. So specifically on the Policy Front. You take the federal nutrition program take something an initiative like snap the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program which most people still think about it as food stamps we happen to know. That for every one meal that are remarkable network and they truly are remarkable. Can provide in the charitable food system that's Napkin provide nine. We know. That the amount of of food that people have access to in the snap program is not nearly enough to sustain a vibrant family in all the ways that they need to be sustained. And we also know that with kids, for instance, in the middle of a pandemic, there's something called pandemic e bt, and what it basically does is it recognizes that those twenty two million kids that I talked about before who are relying on free and reduced lunch there home right now and their families were already on the edge and they really don't have the wherewithal to help them. So interventions like pandemic abt, which actually solves for this Berry problem and it looks it provides snap type. E. Beat you get benefits loaded on an ABC bt Cord. And for families who have children who are school age who would otherwise qualify for free or reduced lunch so they're absolutely interventions. There are other ways to and I don't want to go into every detail, but I wanted just at least explore one more, which is we should incentivize. Businesses to do good, we have a structure in place right now that doesn't truly incentivize businesses to help people in need like the people that we're trying to help. So so often in back, sometimes they're they're disincentivize if you will sometimes it actually behooves them. It's more. It helps their bottom line better to throw the food away then to give it to people who need it. So there are lots of things that we can do and and honestly that's both the source of frustration. And the source of my optimism because I know that if we sat at a table and we were serious about this, just like you ask that question. But there are ways that we can make meaningful impact in the lives of people and food insecurity is so fundamental. It's the building block for everything. That's good for people. It not only impacts their bodies. It impacts them emotionally it impacts them behaviorally pete children who receive access to nutritious mix of food or more likely to do better in school adults who have consistent access to nutritious Mexican food or more likely to do better at work. I mean, there's so many things that start with foundation of a nutritious mix of food. So I think we as a country. To have used this terrible tragic moment as an opportunity for enlightenment and to the side that we're GonNa throw away that old playbook where forty million people were food insecure. We're going to write a new one where everyone in this country can get consistent predictable access to a nutritious mix of food I know we can do it and and I'm hopeful that we will. Why why do you feel like we don't do it. I think the first reason that we were not doing it is because we really just didn't see ourselves that way. I'll give you as an example. I haven't met very many people who haven't heard as a kid when there were picky eater, you better eat all that food because they're are hungry kids in Africa are they're hungry kids in China? We'd find some distant shore to identify with hunger. When the kid next door may well be hungry there is not one county in this whole country including the richest county in this country whether it's not oud insecurity, but it's simply not our perception of ourselves. So I always thought when I came into this role just two years ago although it feels like a lot longer than that I have to tell you. But when I when I had the privilege of moving into this role, one of the things that. I was sure of was that if I do what I could to help the American public to understand what's happening with hunger that the American public would mobilize and do something about it and I'll tell you what we haven't done everything we need to do but honestly, we have made progress as a result of the generosity of donors, for example, since March first from March first, to July thirty first, our network alone provided two point six billion meals to people facing hunger. We have never had this level of pouring of support but nor have we had this level of need. So. I think with that race consciousness I'm confident. We will do more about it and we are working to do more about it. So I hope Springs Eternal. Well, we appreciate the work I want to ask you. I was the health director for the city. Detroit and one of the principal causes of Food Insecurity in Detroit is just simply lock of access in the physical space people couldn't get to grocery stores with. A healthy mix nutritious foods. Because of limitations in transportation, and the fact that a lot of those kinds of stores just don't locate in communities like neighborhoods in Detroit and. I want to ask you about what does it mean to incentivize food sales and? Groceries in the kinds of food swamps that we see in communities like like the one I served in. Yes. So you actually identified two things that I'd love to explore if you allow May. So number one there some communities have a double whammy. So one they exist in a food desert and rural. America, there lots of lots of rural communities that are food deserts. They're also urban communities that are food deserts as well, and that's where you actually can't access nutritious food. It's it's remote from you. You need a car it's in the neighboring town or it's an hour away or two hours away. It's remarkable. But there's also this concept of food swamps which you also just mention and with the food swap you have access to food. It's just it's not nutritious, right? So the least expensive food. The food that you can afford to take care of your family with. Is. Food. That's not healthy for you. But you have precious few choices. So those the choices you must make because you need to keep yourself and your family alive. So we have both the desert and food swamp issue and in much of America and the types of things that I think would incentivize. That would be I, think their policy things that could incentivize that I think you could have tax initiatives and benefits that can flow to organizations for them to be able to make the make inc if you will. If they're for profit organization so that they can actually make do good and do well at the same time but I think what it requires is that we stop. Reflect on where we actually are not where not the image that we like to have of where we are when it comes to food security and that we sit at a table and we have the right people from a cross section of different places, public private, charitable all sitting together I, aiding on effective solutions. I. Appreciate that the other even bigger picture question is what we what we incentivize our farmers to grow. You know a lot of times when we think about farming, we think of you know former Fred in a family owned farm in a lot of our farming is done that way but a lot more of it is done by these gigantic mega corporations and you know. In our country, we subsidize the farming of corn and soy, and yet we tell folks that they need to eat a lot more green leafy vegetables but we don't invest in growing those things. How do you think we need to be thinking about even farming in terms of being able to create both norms around what we ought to eat and then providing those things to people I think you just said it. As well, as I could feeding, America has a long history of partnership with farmers. And we have in fact, in the middle of this crisis part of what has come out of Congress in a bipartisan way has been some efforts around making certain that we ask are American growers and producers to in an incentivize our American growers and producers to provide the food that people need. So desperately in the middle of this crisis. So to your point, there are there are many levers that we can pull in. We know that they work. I've personally gone out to a lot of food distributions I've done it during covert and before covert as well. And I've been at distributions like I was at one in particular that comes to mind in the Bronx and we were there. There was this little kid who was eating this there was a display their and they made a salad and the salad had Kale in it. And the little kid had never seen before that Kale was provided by American farmers that came from this country and it was getting to this kid in the Bronx who discovered how much she liked. Kale right there. While I'm wiser she discovered how much she likes Kale. We can repeat that over and over across this country but I mentioned this before if you'll let me, there are a lot of people of rural communities that are suffering right now as well. And it's really hard to wrap your head around. But there actually people who are in the field producing food that they can't afford to bring home to their own families. These things we've got to to look in the eye squarely acknowledged where we are and then put our know-how together to come up with the fact of solutions. That is a remarkable story and in some of the some of the ways in which our globalized food space have created these crazy dynamics where the people who are literally producing the food can't can't afford it. You know something that really should force us to step back and take pause. I really appreciate you coming on today in sharing a perspective on on hunger and food insecurity in our country really is something critical that we have to be paying attention to. We asked the stoller guests how have you been spending these these crazy days? Well, you know what? Most of the time I think of myself as being the most privileged people in this country because there are so many people out there who are looking from inside of their homes, looking at televisions and out the window and struggling with how on earth can I help every day just about every day I have all of these examples of human generosity and kindness. I get to meet. People, donors big and small against get to read letters rum little kids since started businesses that and sent me a letter directly to tell me that they're they have enclosed. They're checked for half the proceeds from their business because they learned that we were out there helping people to feed kids when they needed us the most and they wanted to get please accept this check miss no font no on my behalf I, get to see that with the stat. And so I feel really privileged that I get to do this works. So I've been spending my time being reenergized every day by being in a role in a network the gets to be out there on the front lines doing something that we know is helping people when they need it so desperately so that's what I've been doing. Well, we're really grateful that you've been doing it and we really appreciate you sharing your insights into perspective. With US and folks want to get involved or be supportive working they go. I would encourage them to go feeding America Dot Org. There you can learn more about what's happening with food. In this country and food insecurity, you can single out a food bank that's in your local community that you care most about, and you can find ways to invest in that local foodbank We say all the time that what we need in this movement are would be food funds and friends and. Feeding America Dot Org you can find out how to be all three. Well. We really appreciate it. Hope that listeners will. Take you up on that offer and really grateful for you and your work and your time today. Thank you so much. Thanks so much for having. US. I appreciate you. As. Usual. Here's what I'm watching right now. Florida Governor Rhonda scientists announced this last week we are today moving into a were. We initially called phase three and what that will mean for the restaurants there will not be limited editions from the State of Florida. Well. Here's what doctor felt. She had to say when you're dealing with community spread and you have the kind of Congress get setting where people get together particularly without masks you're really asking for trouble never mind the fact that he's governor of a state that was America's worst covid nineteen epicenter just a few months back. This is just dumb policy because Florida is known for its warm weather, which means if you can eat outside anywhere in America this fall and winter, it should be Florida. At issue isn't just smart public health, it's what he perceives to be smart politics which for him basically means doing anything that he can make donald trump feel better about pretending we're not in the middle of an actual pandemic that has already killed two hundred, thousand people. For his part Donald Trump just nominated amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court hearings for her confirmation start on October twelfth. And knowing that the GOP thinks that a successful confirmation of a reactionary judge to the Supreme Court is just red meat they want to feed their base. They'll try to have this rap by election day less than three weeks later. Make no mistake. Barrett is being nominated for two reasons to strike down the ACA, an Roe v Wade. She's on record criticizing both major supreme court rulings that saved the before and she suggested that Roe was and I quote in Aronie aeneas decision. If. She's confirmed. She'll be seated in time to hear arguments in California v Texas a case before the Supreme Court could spell the end of the. ACA. That case begins hearings on November tenth just a week after the election. Five point four million Americans have already lost their health insurance through the course of this pandemic. It's estimated that twenty million more could lose it if the struck down. That would mean that we'd have doubled the number of uninsured Americans since before the pandemic. Donald Trump seems to be on a path to making America uninsured again. How do we fix it? We get his ass on elected on. November third. At crooked medium were organizing to deliver key swing states to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris through votes of America, where you can adopt a swing state. Adopt Michigan why I've already given you a whole bunch of reasons and I live here. In Michigan at vote Save America Dot Com Slash Michigan. Ohio. American dissected is a product of could media our producer is Austin Fisher Charlotte land is mixes and Masters The show? Production support from territory trump Lyra Smith and Alison Tulsa the theme song is by Tacos in Europe. Are Executive Producers Are Sarah guys were in meet Dr Abdul Say your host. Thanks for listening.

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Have You Protected Your Hard-Earned Wealth with an Estate Plan?

SML Planning Minute

12:05 min | 2 months ago

Have You Protected Your Hard-Earned Wealth with an Estate Plan?

"Welcome to security mutual life insurance company of new. York's snl planning minute where we share concise and thought-provoking financial ideas for individuals families and business owners security mutual. The company. that cares. Hello this is bill. Aldy with another edition of security mutuals. Snl planning minute in today's episode. Have you protected your hard earned wealth with an estate plan. You may be asking. How does an estate plan protect. My hard earned. Wealth estate planning is only about dying right. Well no that's a common misconception. Estate planning is also about living. It is a dynamic process to. I protect your wealth. So you will have it to distribute later. What else can well thought out. Plan help with well. It can protect and transfer a legacy to your heirs including spouse and children it can preserve your assets and distribute them. In the way you choose it can protect your minor children. In the event you are not around to do so. It can protect a spouse partner and family members from financial hardship. If you're no longer able to provide for them it can give children and or grandchildren financial foundation on which to build their lives. It can fulfil obligations to a family member with special needs or two elderly parents to provide continuity of care. It can provide protection for you and your family in times of sickness or medical incapacity. It can create a social legacy for your community through charitable giving for those who are wealthy enough to be potentially subject to federal and state estate and inheritance taxes. A proper estate plan will also help to minimize those taxes. As well as probate and administration expenses it can also replace wealth lost from taxes and estate settlement expenses. There are several foundational tools used in an estate plan regardless of well including the following last will and testament more commonly referred to simply as a will. 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Episode 301: An update on Project CHIP and a secure 2021

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

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Episode 301: An update on Project CHIP and a secure 2021

"The hey everyone. Welcome to the three hundred and first episode of the internet of things podcast. This is your host. Stacey higginbotham co host kevin toefl and. We have an excellent show for you today. We're gonna be starting with an update on the project connected home over. Ip the senate is getting interested in health data and privacy. And i've just got to say it's about time. Google is killing android things. Laws are killing router fees. And we're going to be talking about the echo frames because of a review. That just came out. We're also gonna touch on peleton acquiring precor. We've got a review of hoops. Which is home bridge out of the box and assorted news. Coming from see us from. Lg hampton locks and net app which may be pronounced natanya. Oh i don't know we're also going to be hearing from our sponsor calix and our guest is shared mirsky who is ceo and co founder at fire. Dome we're going to be talking about security threats coming to the iot in the new year and really. Whose job is it to secure devices anyway. You're gonna wanna hear that. She offers some great advice for consumers and tries to. Yeah we're just gonna say she's offering great advice to consumers so stick around for that and now let's take a quick break to hear from another one of our sponsors plume. Y'all plume is in over twenty million smarter homes and counting yellow plume because they have created the world's first consumer experience management platform which enables communication service providers to serve and ever expanding bundle of smart home experiences. Well also gaining visibility and actionable insights to successfully grow their business. You might also plume because we have talked about them a lot. They have a cloud based platform. That really optimizes wifi connectivity. In the home for various devices and now they want you to know that plume is in more than twenty million homes. Globally they have over one hundred and fifty s relying their platform. And you can follow their success at plume dot com. Okay kevon. let's start off with good news for the clues of the year. This is new year's eve actually if you're listening on thursday it's new year's eve so let's just like god could riddance. So hopefully twenty twenty one will be better and the folks over at the zippy alliance gave me a call last week and they were like. Hey you know how we've been talking about project connected home over. Ip this is the the one ring project for the connected home. it's apple. Google samsung amazon. All got together and they were like we need to make a standard that allows devices to talk to one another in the smart home. It's just too crazy to confusing. And it's about time. They said this last december. It's it's definitely time because they had a deadline don't they for the end of the year. God so they send me would get address bek. Actually they said they have a spec out by the end of the year. Covid really messed with that. I'll i'll just but it didn't mess with it too much because the draft spec is now in the hands of everyone who is in the working group and that's like a hundred and forty something odd companies so there are a lot of companies who have access to the drafts back. I don't think they're actually looking at it because it's the holiday week i'll say holiday two weeks because i talked about this last with them actually going into these two weeks of holidays so before that so was actually not last week. It was the week before that that i heard from them. So basically the draft spec is out zig. The alliance really wants to tell you that if you'd like to actually see this and have input now is the time for you to joy. I feel like. I actually want to know what's in there in. I don't wanna have to join a working group in pay. Actually do this but yet honestly. I'm disappointed because i hit the hub repository where all of the code and documentation is for not just members. But you know device makers and so on to understand where there's going no dress back for me to read. And i'm not paying either. Yes so it's pay to pay to contribute pay to play i am. I am trying to find out more details if anyone wants to. Ship ni a copy of the draft spec. They are under nda. But i won't tell. And i know there are security elements in they're going to be talking about provisioning. Those are the big things how this is going to work with smart speakers because that's a big component here is going to have to pick one smart not smart speaker one digital assistant to work with all of your devices or can you kind of float between them easily. We're also going to be looking for how the spec handles existing devices as opposed to new ones so can all of the devices that are in your home right now. Work under this. Or is it going to be are gonna require new chips and that sort of thing. So can i just say we're making survey shin and you can tell me i'm wrong if i'm wrong. This kind of feels like a huge missed opportunity to not have something more tangible out from them. Well so here's the big deal. They're gonna have something more tangible early next year. So what's happening. is all the working group. People they get to send their feedback. Basically and then that's gonna get codified into the official spec which should be out. I'm going to bet it's closer to the end of january early february but yes so it's not we're not too far off we're closer and that's all well and good and and if that happens it's great. I just feel like it's been a lot of build up build up build up and into the real first date of something and we. We can't talk about it because we don't have access to it and just i don't know we'll probably more optimistic than most people that this will be a success. We're hopeful a lot of people like another standard and and when things like this happen it's kind of like yeah say nothing on and yeah i i am. I'm disappointed in. i'm not down on it. i'm not. I'm not right at all. I'm just saying that just feels like a missed opportunity. It does kevin. It really does so. I'm hopeful again. Send me send me your draft spec. Yeah we'll talk about. It will read it and weep okay. So that's what we know about project chip still still excited. They're they're coming in just skirting under the twenty twenty deadline. We will see products in twenty twenty one. I do believe that too. I think they're going to be out a sap probably not. I do think we have already seen products that are chip ready. Things like the apple homepod mini things like the nanno leaf essential lights. That have thread in them. I think all of those are project chip ready devices. The other thing we should prepare for is. It's not going to be called project chip forever. It's going to get a real name. We don't know what that real name is. i don't know forget. Maybe they won't give out the back until after the names out. That feels like a very happily thing to do right one home. Who there you go yeah somewhere. There's a team of people just researching the heck outta trademarks. That is true. Okay so enough about chip. Let's talk about iot device. Privacy's specifically the senate or rather. Amy klobuchar is really wondering after reading review of amazon's tracker what the department of health and human services plans to do to ensure privacy of people's health data so club. Hr read the amazon review. Said how it takes so much personal information like naked pictures of my body which it does you can delete them it's optional. You can delete the photos from the device. Those photos amazon gives you the option of sending them to the cloud so they don't automatically go there so that's all really important but kluber chart points out in the letter that seventy nine percent of health apps do share people's data and people may not be aware of that that was a study from the british medical journal in twenty nineteen. And so she's asking the department of health and human services for questions basically. She's saying. Hey are you paying attention to this. What are what actions do y'all take to safeguard users private health information. Do you have the authority at actually do any of this. And what else do we need to give the department of health and human services like what regulatory powers we need to give so they can strengthen privacy and security protections for this kind of data and she's asking for all of the information that h h has to make sure devices like halo aren't like willy nilly grabbing your data and share in it in ways like the might be uncomfortable were even detrimental to one's health and i say thank you. Yes i agree i agree. I also thought it was funny. That in an interview with techcrunch. She mentioned that she wears her fifth. Pit being amy klobuchar and she pointed out in the letter that pay when google bought fitbit while. That's not a final done deal. Yet she mentioned. Hey data privacy say that the current laws and they don't really hold google accountable for basic privacy standards. So what we do in here so it's good to see. I wonder if she knows where the data from our fitbit actually does. That is actually something that gets shared. By the way since you mentioned it i should say the e u has cleared the acquisition of fitbit by google which means were pretty close to that two point one billion dollar takeover totta so just as an fyi since his since it came up. How do you feel about the halo from a data perspective because you reviewed it and you've worn it you've you some of the features some you don't care for but from a privacy standpoint how do you feel yeah. I am wearing it right now. I actually feel like. I can see you on this little. Let me tell you. Stay sued body fat scared. I did acquiesce in do the body fat scam. So there were unflattering pictures of me on my device bor about. I'm going to say a minute. And i deleted them and i deleted the data. It allowed me to delete the scans. And i did all of that because i just don't need to see that i feel that amazon is actually paying pretty. Close attention to it. So i don't worry about the privacy aspects might issues with amazon or less about my data privacy because amazon religious suck up all the did it can and doesn't historically share it because it's i call it amazon's the data roach motel rate. Data comes never comes out. So i'm less worried about getting out into the world and more worried about how amazon uses it influence my purchasing decisions. The tone thing that people worry about amazon doesn't actually get any of that data they don't get my conversational data so it record it and then it deletes it. They do have the tone it like. You were angry for fifteen percent of the day but they don't have it forever. They delete all of it after twenty four hours so if that changes i might of feel differently about it. Not about privacy but just how it could be used but was so yes. That's that's my thinking here. I'm actually with you. A hundred percent on the overall approach. Because and this is why. I have google one of my phone's. I'm not on facebook anymore. It's behavior modification my behavior being modified without my direct knowledge innocence based on the data that's being collected and shared. So that's also my concern. Yeah so but fitbit. Data is shared everywhere. There are lots of unintended consequences for sharing some of this data like we saw years ago with the strava outing people's military bases so i think we're on a learning curve. I do think we need some sort of privacy regulation about how data can be used. Just because i think health data even innocuous things like steps or heart rate could be used to discriminate against classes of people who are not as healthy. And i think that's a problem. So so yeah. I do think we need something here. And i am hopeful that this is the beginning of something maybe next year related to that. We got a lot of stuff to work on though. Okay moving right along. Google is killing android things after five years. Basically even alive wasn't even alive. I mean remember. This started as brillo way back. In what twenty. Fifteen twenty grillo. And we've in. It was ridiculous because it had like a one. Megabyte memory component was supposed to be this operating system for iot and it was huge so this was not something you could stick on dumb battery powered devices like heated. You needed substantial computing power and memory to run this thing. This seemed more lake. And i say this from having an internal knowledge and experience the seem more like a bunch of engineers through something together and google is like. Let's push that and they've stopped pushing it which is a classic google move but in this case i don't think there were that many people using it. I don't know. I i can't i mean maybe maybe developers to things. Maybe i mean. Because that's what they had some supported boards like raspberry pies and an annex p module In two thousand nine hundred and they said they had one hundred thousand downloads of the k. Which actually is not that many in the grand scheme of things and then we heard nothing and now essentially that they're shutting down the everything's developer console on sometime in january. They're going to stop you from making new projects once. It's a slow roll down for making new projects and then you've got a year to get everything you want off and they're like and it's gone so yeah bubba berlow it. We won't need anything like this if we have a truly interoperable application layer like project chip project. Maybe they'll brillo no okay. Let's talk about could news on the legislative front. Although so late it is now illegal has of december twentieth of this year. Your isp can no longer charge you for a router if you do not use their router so for everybody who buys their own modem and or router i should say you should and you should injure should so just just a case. You're like wet motor prouder. The modem is what reads the signals coming in from your cable provider for your dsl provider. Whatever and then that's that box and then there's the router which provides your wifi. Sometimes they're the same box sometimes. They're different boxes. Sometimes you have a modem router from your person but you buy your own routers but you're still using their modem so these are all the configurations you might have right like. I have verizon. Fios so i have the box when teebox they call it. And that's where the fiber pseudo comes in. Then i attach my own router over an ethernet cable to it. And i've had many routers connected to it not at the same time but yes yes if you have cable provider which many people in the us do it's the predominant form of broadband access. Now your cable provider will provide a list somewhere on their site. That says you can buy these following boxes. These following boxes that work in usually they're like a hundred and thirty to one hundred and fifty bucks and that's gonna pay for itself over time especially because router fees can be like from five to ten dollars now other caveat here some isp's now comcast has a wifi service and if you use their x five wifi xfinity wifi service. What's going to happen is you're actually paying for the equipment and the service so they actually have plume pods as part of that. So in that case this does not apply to you because you're using their equipment and frankly that's why they're offering the service because they realized they couldn't eke out free money basically from charging people router fees so the point here is this is only going to apply to. You can only call and have your isp dumped the fee if you bought your own modem and using your own wifi gear. Let's move along. Nope no less time of low. I just. I just have one question. Because i i'm sure there are many people outside of the. Us right now going. Was that all about. Because i don't know what outside of this country how this works. Could you people pay for the routers from there is peace. I don't know just curious. I don't know it'd be somebody. Maybe people let us know. Give us a call where i've went to sixty three seven four two four haha sneaking into iot podcast hotline early. I guess we've never actually asked for feedback but y'all could probably call it though we do get all right. I was reading tech news over the holidays. And i saw the verge did their review of the amazon echo frames and kevin hated his. He he was not a fan way. I hated hated as a strong word. I felt that it was not a good value in and actually got it for the early price For one seventy nine. I think it was and the reason that a review is early because we had that and we were able to do a review dealer at the verge reviewed it because now the frames are available for everyone so i understand why they did the review now because now anyone can buy it for two hundred fifty dollars which i think is even less value. But that's just me. However in general dealer pretty much liked it and i think it's not so much the product i think it's you have to be the right person to like this product. You have to want some things. Some wearable that will let you stream music Not really great sound quality because the speakers are it built into the frames. It's not like your buds or anything battery life. I felt was not great. Although he says it's improved in the newest version which is good. And you really really want the ability. Just ask madam a at anytime. Whatever you want again. I questioned the value. Because you have to have your phone with you. You can already ask her anything you want. But that's again just me. Some people want the convenience and that's fine. Yeah what i actually thought was. Most interesting in the review was his last paragraph where he talked about how he wanted to be able to do a little bit more with the frames but he couldn't because apple didn't let him control various aspects of his phone's operating right. There are some differences if he used these with an android phone. You have access to like return text messages where you may not with an iphone. There's a couple little things that are just system level things and ios. That apple doesn't let you mess with from third parties standpoint. And i agree with him and it makes me wonder we've been hearing about patents and talk of apple smart glasses knowing apple. They're typically late to a market but they go and look at the existing products which are just some good some bad they take the good things the minimum common denominator that most people want to use put those feature in their product. And it's magical. So i suspect that's what's going to happen. Yeah and i mean after launching. The five hundred is five hundred. Seventy nine dollar headphones the really expensive up there. Yeah sounds right. Sure smart glasses. Why not all right. Quick story peleton. Everybody's favorites two thousand dollars. Smart exercise bike. I know y'all have one has acquired precor. Which is i think of it as a high and exercise equipment companies elliptical treadmills. Yeah it used to be but kevin argues that it's kind of mid range now because it doesn't have the smarts there've been companies that have put brought up a higher price point more features so it's not lake precor perspective now there companies above them in that offer more and more right so tell has acquired precor for four hundred twenty million dollars which i went back and looked at pre course revenue from twenty eighteen. Which was the last publicly available time that it was published. It was at four hundred and twenty seven million dollars for the year. So my hunch is this is a deal that you know. This is not one of those facebook. Whatsapp deals this is just like a i need this and peleton basically it sounds like they're acquiring this for probably two reasons. One is more important. The first reason is precor has two factories and peleton cannot make enough bikes right now and apparently treadmills as well and precor when the deal closes at the end of twenty twenty one that gives precor two manufacturing plants in the us where it can build it stuff. The second item is pre courcelles to lots of gyms and lots of hotels and so this gives them peleton away into those fitness facilities. Hopefully when people start using them again. I'm going to give you give me a third reason. The third reason would be for future product development because precor making from treadmills and stationary. Bikes makes a lot of strength training. Equipment ellipticals climbers other products. That peleton does not make and it's probably easier to just take something they've already had designed beef it up at smarts double the price and hey there's a whole line of stuff you can get now from peleton if precor is a lexus. I own pre course. Toyota brand of elliptical end. It is is a very good elliptical. But i've owned it for like. Oh my gosh. Like sixteen years still going strong. No wonder their revenue so so kind of the road and we make such good products. Nobody ever has to buy another one exactly so okay. Let's talk about who because you are my tested and all these lake. Diy smart home automation kits. Tell us about it. Yeah so you were reading tech news over the holidays. And i was testing teco holidays. I spent a ton of time with hooves. Let me tell you what it is used as you nailed it. It's it's kind of like a jew. Diy smart home hub although it's more prepackaged and like more retail available when we say why. Smart home odds. I'm thinking of things where you take. Raspberry pi plop some software on it and that becomes your smart home up something like home bridge home assistant shoot. There's another one. i open that. Yeah so it's basically what the hoops people have done. And some people are not happy about this. Actually as as i was reading on. Read it over the holidays. Hoops folks have taken home bridge software. Which is open source and homegoods has been around for a while. It basically lets you take non home kit devices and kind of use your hub to trick apples home app thinking that these devices are homekit devices so things that don't have homekit support. Such as wise ball was hers. Because i tested the crap out of those over. The week are not home. Compatible but with home bridge can make them homekit compatible in hisense. Unofficially of course and use them in the apple home app with automations and so on so forth. It's a hacky kind of thing but it's pretty well done and what hoops is done. Is they have taken a raspberry. Pi put a nice nicely designed case with their branding on it around the raspberry pi bundle it up with a power. Pack at power co. Rather an ethernet cable and they're selling it and that's why some people are not happy like hey they're getting rich off of open source a so and i get that i get that. But that's that's neither here nor there it's also one hundred and sixty nine nine cents whereas you could take raspberry pi and for thirty five hundred fifty dollars. Get a free download of home bridge or even hoops and put it on your own device. So what hoops has done as they patched it up. There's no installation. They've removed that it's consumer-friendly looking the the web interface that they ever created for. This is also very nice and intuitive. Okay bye-bye now. There's always a but there will still home bridge at its core and messing. Humber is but even though home bridge has plug ins for over two thousand devices to us with whom or home. Bridge itself natively. You've got to have the right devices. I found a lot of mine. Don't have plug ins. So it's not a true by this off the shelf and attach Things to it. Because you don't know until you buy it and look for plug ins if they're going to work in even when you get it. I struggle to find solid reliable plug ins. Were find out. Which is the right plug in. There's nine zig plug ins because again open source. Somebody makes a plug in they. Throw it up on the web. And maybe the knowing support anymore as i found out in my testing to plug ins from twenty eighteen. That had one release. No read me file no instructions. What am i supposed to do with it. So hoops has met the initial setup and presentation package part of this retail perspective. But it's still home bridge and it can be frustrating. And i'm just gonna say it can be frustrating. So what i said at the end of my review probably makes the most sense to some policy. If i was starting a home a smart home from scratch i did not already have devices yes. I would strongly consider hoops. Were home bridge or something similar. Because i have so many devices and many of them are not really working. Well if at all with hooves. I would not continue with hoops so in who would be the pro like. Is it someone who wants to use the home app on apple like who is the marquette. Okay yes because hoops itself and home ridge by default doesn't provide an automation routine setup. No rules are nearly that you need something some interface to interact with your devices setup automations etc and this is for people who live in the apple home world. You may be happy with what you have in your home kit house right now. But maybe you're like i wish i spent twenty five dollars and get four really nice wise bulbs. Unfortunately they don't work with with apple homekit. This person would be like. Hey if i add hoops or a pie with home bridge. I could add them. That's who this is for. I think that's the primary person right there. Got it okay. We'll speaking of home and homekit limitations. I have a product for you. One of the reasons why people use tubes one of the common denominators as people wanted to bring their ring doorbell into their home. Bridge air homekit ecosystem. Everybody who's on their apple iphone with in using the home app. They love it they really do but for a long time. There was an doorbell so they had to like bring that but now there are two. We talked about one the logitech one from like two or three weeks ago. Now there is a second netapp. Nato netapp i. I'm going with that admiral. It's dot net app. I know it's not because they've been talked to them. They've told me the right way. And i can't remember anyway. They have a new talk. Show nataatmaja natasha. I don't know you know. Feel free to call us on the hotline and tell us a new video doorbell out and it is nice. It is subscription free for lots of services. So this is the new thomas smart video doorbell. Just like other video doorbells. You can talk to people through it. You can see them features. What what do we care about. It's got a ten eighty p camera hundred and forty degree wide angle lens. It is expensive. It is going to be three hundred dollars a lot but it is not sending your stuff to the cloud. Net osmo is a european company and just like their cameras. You can actually record everything to a micro sd card and you can send that to any place else you want so you can pop that cloud in their putt that card in there you can send it to your dropbox account you can. Ftp you can do whatever you want. And yeah that's that's really what's different about it. That's good for the apple. Homekit people and i should just mention. I actually tried some nest plug ins with the hoops and they unfortunately do not support the video doorbell. So i was kind of disappointed by that. I get it. I mean it is what it is but the thing is. I know a lot of people. That are blake. They use siri because they have to a sense and yet there's some really good options from google amazon digital assistant speaker. There's a plug in for hooves. That works very well for google home so even though i was controlling my wife's lights with siri i could also ask google using through and through hoops so that is a benefit. I probably should have mentioned that to my review but it just came up because of the near namur thing now. That's good other bits of news. We're coming up on. Cbs not next week but the week after virtual see us. It's going to be a gas. Ir have an oculus headset. For some of my virtual demos. I've got various different platforms. I've had to tell boats so i can attend virtual to hold the product. Turn around in your hands. Yeah it's it's going to be weird. Y'all motel you more next week so going into this. We've got lg announcing lots of new products. I'm going to mention them. Just because i'm obsessed with smart kitchen appliances. Lg has done two things so far that they've talked about one is they've launched a new version of their instant view fridge. The instant view is lg's technology. Knock on the door in. It goes clear so you can see what's inside in it's pretty neat. I mean what. I spend a lot of money on this but it is kind of fun. So they're adding their own voice control so you can actually just tell it to open the fridge door. I'm not sure why. Wou i haven't thought of the case. It may be there. I just i'm like why. Do i want my dog is gonna love that if he can make the door. I guess maybe if your hands are full with groceries know the points and you can also ask madam a. i can't remember it. Works with google yet Various things like how cold is the fridge. How long do i have to my filters. And they're also tied into the dash replenishment service if you'd like so that's the fridge the other thing l. g. has done is they've got a new range that has an air suv. He'd which unlike what you vacuum seal a bag and you can stick it in their new oven and it will air suv to your food interesting. I don't know. I like the tests that i would to want to replace my stove. Actually i kind of knew but anyway so that's just interesting in the world of smart appliances that we will not be seeing. It's he s this your and in other things. This is a product company. Hinton locks which. I think two years ago came out with a i. Wi fi lock used a solar power. They they worked really hard to bring the power consumption of the wifi lockdown. They actually are coming out this year. With aiden. no smarts luck a no wifi bluetooth lock. It is just fingerprint controlled in keypad controlled and keith controlled in honestly. Maybe all you need. It's cut all you'd so may be oriented. And i say this i have to connect locks and i've had connected locks since like twenty twelve so in a variety of them but you know honestly the only benefit i have to having a connected lock in my house that found in like how many eight years seven years of having them is. I have opened them remotely twice The other thing. I did is back in my old house when you opened the garage. Lock the outside lights. That went up the stairs from the garage to the front door. They turned on so that was pretty cool. Because you wanted to be able to see when you open that door right at the only other thing that is interesting now is i have so many. Have like four doors that lead to the outside of my house so having a routine that lock my doors at night as actually kind of nice because there are so many to wander around checking. Yeah that's that's the biggest benefit to my having a connected lock as well is that i've got a routine automatically. Lock it if it's been unlock for five minutes but yeah nobody. Oh that would be terrible for me. I'd go out to like do something at the gardner. Get the mail and i'd be like come back. It'd be like son of a biscuit but that's okay okay so that Hampton locks has their new. They're coming out with a non smart smart luck as it were aright. So that's it for this week's news segment of the show but let us go to the internet of things podcast hotline where you can call us and ask us questions and we may answer it on the show. You just need to call us at five one. Two six two three seven four two four before we get to it. Just remember that the iot podcast hotline is brought to you by very very fully distributed. Iot engineering firm helping you to get your biggest projects fully operational on time and on budget. Discover what various multidisciplinary teams can do at ww dot. Vari possible dot com. Okay so if you call us and let us know your questions you'll be entered to win a smart speaker. This is for the month of december which ends actually the day we record this show so if you hear this show on the thirty first before midnight eastern you can actually call and be entered to win a smart speaker of your choice so yeah five one two six two three seven four two four and now. Let's hear from this week's caller kevin mrs p from colorado. I stuff i just wanted to say love your show. I really appreciate the time and effort you put in to making it super informative so thank you now from my question. I was wondering if you have any recommendations for kids smart watches that are connected to lt. Not quite ready to give my kids films yet. But i'd love to have some way to contact him where an android family. It seems like the kids know by verizon is kind of the only game in town or option out there. But i love to find one that might work with google side just wondering if you had any recommendations so pete has a really interesting question. Because you'd think this would be a readily available product already right. Smartwatches have been around that have been maturing for many many years now well in the grand scheme of things many years but there really aren't any good kids smartwatches and we researched a bunch there. Either begging clunky and and no child is going to walk out of their house without talking in their pocket because they don't wanna be seen wearing it once they leave for school or it just doesn't have the features that pete wants and so on my initial thought was just go with the apple. Cellular watch s e. It's three twenty nine it's perfect. It's actually aimed for kids in a sense. Apple's got kid features for parental management. On it. But pete is living in the android house which i respect. So that's not really an option. He also wanted to use kubo fi and we really tricky. Because it will it's not. It's not doable. Basically and part of the reason is and i say this is a fi user. Since the day one fi fi does not support smartwatches officially and the only devices that supports with e sims which smartwatches typically have use the device. Is it does support our recent ios devices not even android devices e sims. So there's just no way at this time that may change. Who knows what they're gonna do with fi but as of now. It does not seem like an option. It's just that's a tough ask right now. Stacy you found something. I found a lot of things. So pete. you mentioned the rise in gizmo and then i also found a explorer explorer x. p. l. o. r. a. like dora the explorer smartwatch gizmos ninety nine dollars. It comes with the verizon service fee and then the explorer is one hundred and fifty dollars and you can actually put your own sim in there. They recommend a t. Mobile sim which would work with. I should say because fi uses team. Oh yeah so you could try that I wouldn't bet there's no guarantee and you'd be paying more for five in the actual service fee tied to some of these other service plans for smartwatches which are usually about ten dollars. A month and that watch is very similar to many others in this market. The hardware inside is from like twenty fifteen yes. The snapdragon chip is like a to ten. I just would not do it. i have. Google has been google with android. Wear they qualcomm in. There hasn't been much of a market there for them and so they haven't really invested in like high quality features so with this explorer. Watch a lot of like a big complaint was like location tracking was way off battery life with sucky anyway so we got a little creative if you want a smart watch the gizmo or one of these explorers if you don't force the five but that might be an option for you but we found something we think is way better that it would be the relay go which is actually the services from republic wireless but hear me out on because i know you want fi. If you add fi- it's gonna be like a ten dollars for data only five sam or twenty dollars talk text and then shared data. This device comes with service for ten dollars a month. So it's not going to cost as much as if you found a five solution and if you wanna know a deep and dirty secret republic wireless is actually a division of bandwidth dot com in bandwidth actually provides the underlying bandwidth for google fi. Away underneath the bits are fine. It's like you could say now. This is unique device. It's not a phone per se from porn factor. It's not a watch either. It's almost looks like a little portable thin speaker and it's basically it's a cellular connected device. Four g has gps. You can do geofencing. You can your your child can call you on it. You need to have the relay app on your phone. Or you can communicate with the kids over a browser. Just go into the relay site has wifi built in. So they don't have to use a data although i don't think that really matters because there's no screen on this device it's water resistant. Essentially it's like a little portable walkie talkie walkie talkie kind of thing. Yeah your kid. Basically has a button on the french. President has buttons the side to cycle through contacts. Nobody can call your kid if they're not a preapproved contact and have the app on their phone. No apps marino. I really like this. And it's not crazy expensive for fifty bucks. She get the device and ten dollars a month. You get the service and you can actually pay for it for a year and get two months free essentially so yeah hundred bucks for the year. I don't know. I mean for the price of the actual watch with no service fee. You could actually walk away with a years worth of connectivity which is probably if we're being honest as long as you're going to get away with this is my hunch. I don't know how old your kid is. But it feels like this is. This is opening a door. That's gonna raise them right down the hill two years ago. sasha's a pc mag reviewed as he really liked it. The only kanzi said we're at this time there's no geofencing and no nine eleven emergency calling type support but that was twenty eighteen and those features are there now so the only cons that he had are gone. It should meet your requirements based on what you told us other than the fire requirement. But again we think you're going to save money by not going with fi solution at this point which is even hard to find to begin with. You are going to have to spend like. I think it's ten or fifteen dollars. It's on sale now for a little. They have caribbean or in a little holder. For this thing. it also comes with a arm. Strap it's not a wrist strap. it's an arm. Strap for the device. So the caribbean or loop thing probably stick it on the inside of their backpack or you could clip it on their belt. So it's maybe not the form factor that so at that form factor is really important. This is not the device for you but we correct. We're really excited by this thing. So check it out. Pete that they can put it in their pocket. I mean it's that easy all right. That concludes this portion of the show. Remember if you would like to be entered to win a smart speaker give us a call at five one two six two three seven four two four and now. Please stay tuned for our guest. Sharon mirsky who is the ceo and co founder of fire dome. We're going to be talking about iot device security whether or not you should have multiple networks in your home and of course our good friend password hygiene stay tuned. Hey everyone we are taking a quick break from the internet of things. Podcast for a message from our sponsor this week sponsor is calix. And i have pam ferguson. Here from the company. Hello pam can you start by telling us just a little bit about calix absolutely and thanks for having me back on the show. Stacey calix company that many of your listeners might not have heard of but it's likely that they use their products every day we supply nearly eighteen hundred. Isp's around the world with the equipment and software that make the internet work. I'm talking about access. Network equipment wireless routers and the software that controls them. 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I'm great so i figured we'd start the new year off right wrong. I don't know what the pinch of terror in the sense that we're going to be talking about where iot security is heading what we need to be looking out for in the coming year and maybe what we can do about it and shared. His graciously decided to embark upon this fun topic with us. So thank you for that. Sharon real fast. Let's tell everybody what fire dome does though. Fired them into main things. We work with iot manufacturers and we help them book protect their devices can cyberthreat and also communicating that value to their computers and use them. Got it so. This is mostly securing. Consumer oriented devices not necessarily work with device manufacturers across the board so home. Iot iot an enterprise Okay so to kick this off. We should probably first address this idea of who's responsible for securing connected devices because i feel like as a consumer. I am constantly being told like well. This is kind of your fault because you have terrible password hygiene and honestly i kind of believe them for that. I've i've internalized that. But i also feel like there's a lot of security standards out there and they're they're shoving a lot of security awareness on consumers and i'm not sure they're ready for it and then there's also this idea that maybe your network provider so the ice should be somewhat responsible for security and offering us tools to track like the behavior of devices on our networks and it feels like i don't know it's it's still up in the air like how we should think about iot security and who's responsible for it. What do you think was an excellent question for begin with. I think their first of all a lot of different viewpoints on the matter. The goal here is or our networks or devices our homes our businesses to be secure and the question is how we do it and who pays for it and who benefits from right. Yes there are a problem with password hygiene consumer is unfortunate. They don't understand enough. Don't want to understand enough or are not capable of being. What can you do that the truth and you can't trust the consumers to do that work for you. So then. the question is is the manufacturers or is it a network providers and in my opinion and this is what we as far as well at the manufacturer's responsibility and it's in their benefit. You do it. Because s there is a wide scale attack or even a specific attack on certain the vices. The manufacturer will lose a lot of brand equity and more than that. And it's an opportunity opportunity to differentiate yourself and be the leader in your space because people are willing to pay more and care about security. Okay so i wanna push on that a little bit because one of the more common strain of questions we get on the internet of things. Podcast is actually. Hey i found this particular device from a relatively unknown or a totally unknown brand. Have you heard of it because it's super cheap and i'm concerned that it might be a security risk but if it's not i totally want to the super cheap thing not the expensive win so i think in the us at least in the people who are listening to our show really prioritize price over security. And i don't know how we get that to change. Okay so interesting information. I have for you. What do you think are the top three decision making criteria for worldwide and us specifically okay. I'm gonna guess they are something along the lines of price use case like. Does it do what i needed to do. And we'll was security. Because i feel like you would not ask me this if it were in there. So you're absolutely right and the question is already with. This is the top three but even more interesting security is rated number one worldwide and number two second price in north america. So definitely people care about this. They are willing to pay for it. And there's even their studies that show that there is a twenty nine to forty percent willingness to pay extra for an a rated cyber security device device that is secured. People are willing to pay thirty one percent willing to pay up to five dollars or more per month for cyber subscription so the willingness to phase definitely there the the concern is also there eighty percents consumers have some liberals concern about privacy and security. Okay so that's i i like. I like that. That makes me feel good. Because i'm like hey like this cheap by as i'm also and also there is part of the population that no matter what they do not wanna put those devices at their homes because they don't trust they vice is not the spy on them or that's a risk on so that's a big chunk of the population thirty five percent of the people that are not buying or not buying because the carribean privacy. But a lot of people that care about that is that that is definitely an privacy. So there are lots of options coming down the pike for someone who for someone who values security. There's the l. security option. There's the i o x t there are even a lot of people talk to us and they're like well. I'm just gonna keep everything. Local run it on local network. A lot of people are separating out be liam's to run their iot devices on as a way to improve security. So what are your thoughts on. I guess those options or just how to make things a little bit more secure in how to make that easy for consumers. Yeah so i point in time. We're early in the days. If i know it doesn't feel like it but it is and this point. There are a lot of good initiatives. And you name the you l. For example there's also carnegie mellon west their nutritious value kind of label for security. I think at this point there are few options in a few years down the line. We'll have a winner or a couple of winners that will have more adoption to it. I recommend manufacturers to choose one of them and go with them because research shows that people even without understanding that label even just by having that label role perfer. Your device would be willing to pay extra for that device just because of a rated label or some kind of label. That says hey. This is secure. So i definitely think that manufacturers should get these these labeling to help them friendship and also be more secure the you all that you mentioned for example we we are partnered with you. Went through their certification for our and soft work. And it's a very rigorous process so or better or worse you get a lot of work but it actually helps you make your device more secure in. Let's talk about what consumers and what businesses need to think about when they think about security. Because i feel like well. I know there are lots of avenues for device to be insecure for like we. When we talk about hacks we talk about everything from. Oh hey this device has a physical reset button on a camera. That i can just hit rate like. It's not physically hardened to all the way to. I'm running insecure software that allows people into the network in those are a very complex. Like it's it's a wide spectrum for people to worry about. So what do you think in. This may differ based on. Who is doing the buying but from a consumer perspective. What should they focus on when they're actually looking for things like the actual secure elements and then let's do it from a business perspective. When they're buying devices with they should look for yes an excellent minutes relates to what we just discussed it. It's really hard to understand current they because as as i said like in one device could say we're secure because we are encrypting the video but is that really secure because i might seem can take that device and install malware on the device and that's it game over right. So how do you know what to focus on two factor authentication encryption and that's an excellent question and it's not i don't think zimmer's will be my the average. Joe will be able to know the difference. And that's why i'm a strong believer in these badge system in this ranking system and having a third party badge banking already gets this some kind of Validation which is better. I think than trying to understand yourself because again it's endless and even when we talk with the manufacturers themselves. They don't understand all the ins and outs because they're not fiber exports so. My advice is to focus on the well known brands and look for that third party certification or label. Okay and specifically what labels should we look for. Yeah you all very comprehensive definitely a good one carnegie mellon is not as just a proposal. At this point. I will be very happy to see that in action but it's stress it also sets you out definitely. There is also cyber shared which is not as comprehensive as you all but it's also step in the right direction takeout night my first choice. Would you up for sure. Okay and that's good to know. I mean don't think it's wrong to ask for shortcut when it comes to security because there's so many elements all right so let's talk about this past year in the year ahead because i have been waiting for things like ransomware attacks on my devices and that actually hasn't really happened. I'm not asking for that to happen. Nobody do anything. But i really thought that hackers would go after like nest or maybe not ask because it's a pretty big of google. I'm hoping they have some defenses in place but go after maybe a popular brand and install ransomware on all of the cameras like wise cameras for example and i wouldn't be able to lake. See my feed or turn up the heat. Unless i paid some sort of ransomware or unless they paid some sort of ransomware. That hasn't happened. And i'm very glad but what has happened is a lot of these Tcp ip attacks like amnesia thirty-three in december there was ripple twenty over the summer. What are the common denominators. How can we stop these happening. So i don't think we can stop this from happening. They will continue to happen since the first time. I've ours in the eighties. I think the hackers are just getting more sophisticated so we can't really stop the hackers from working during their job but what we can do is we can install better protection mechanism and There's talk in our industry about security by design which is great. I'm all for it. Which means doing everything best practices but something that we need to do as adding and practice dynamics security solution like the that anti-viruses or the dr is that we have already for enterprises. We need that. Also for the for the manufacturer to install on their devices and the doctor that runs on the device and sees. What's going on every point in time and then know how to deal with these vulnerabilities because there will always be on the bill and if you talked about mesia thirty three these are set of thirty three phone about it and they impact open source disappeared piece stack and they in fact over hundred sixty vendors and this is how modern software code writing works. We use open source. We use all these public libraries and again. This will continue to happen. So what we need is something to defend though from these vulnerabilities. So you're you're saying we need to be more defensive in it. Sounds like we should be bored. Defensive on an ongoing realtime basis factor that makes me think okay the cybersecurity label will help somewhat but it sounds like we also need some sort of service and i wonder is this a service that my device manufacturers subscribe to and they just kind of outsourced their security to a vendor or is a service that is a consumer subscribed to and it makes total sense that i would want outsource my security to someone who knows how to do it. There are two options the first one with the manufacturer. That's what fire we work with. The manufacturers provide them the three sixty and then you buy and secure device and then the other option is to buy and secure device. That just protect your network or get that service from your eyes seats right counsel. All options are out there. The question is again. are you talking as a manufacturer. Are you talking as a home user or the other angle is now that everyone is working from home. And you have a mix of the enterprise network and everyone working from their homes and then that becomes not only your problem or the manufacturers proper but also your it department problem which makes it even more interesting. That does okay well. Let's we have to move on from last year's threats to the coming years threats. So i am very curious. What do you see happening. In the security market for the next year both from the types of threats we might see towards the evolution of how we deal with them. So i think so between twenty nine eighteen nineteen and there was double and the amount of i o t and device pack so i think that trend is gonna continue and is that a function of there being just more i o t devices out. We talk all the time about the increasing surface area for attacks. Yes i think it's a combination of there are just more o devices and by nature. Most of them are knocked secured so that the never okay. So that was twenty. Eighteen to twenty nineteenth. So where are we heading from. Twenty twenty two twenty twenty one. I think this trend will continue If we're talking about an increase in infections went up by one hundred percent. I i see that happening again. Over the last week we saw it was a crazy week. There was a there. Were attacks on antivirus. Companies in cyber security companies are a lot of good stuff. And i think this is just a signal for next year on this solutions. I think we'll see first. Movers and followers meaning. There will be some manufacturers that will take a stand and go with you all and go with more advanced security and mechanisms to protect their devices and their users and then down the line maybe in twenty twenty two will be many more followers because they will have to do it otherwise they are more risk and also are behind a news. Market share okay so we should expect both more attacks coming in the next year but also more people becoming aware of this and preventing them and taking taking actions to prevent them and again that will determine again. It's you're a follower. i move. So i don't expect any all the manufacturers all the sudden picking stand but i do see a lot of manufacturers doing more from From a security perspective and you mentioned in xt and there are a lot of initiative out there. So i think there'll be more and more adoption for this but there will be the more advanced than the ones that will follow that. Want to take the lead and we'll just be forced to take the lead in the following year. Okay so what about all the insecure devices. I have purchased from lake. Let's say twenty thirteen to twenty seventeen stages be dumping those like garbage fire. And so i would check when was the last update so that was done on these devices. Ss canada f. It wasn't patched while. Yeah that's kind of scary. And then from the best practice i would make sure again from the consumer perspective. Change your passwords. Please no more default passwords dot. It's really not good. change password. Tried to put it on a separate phelan or separates network and try to to buy more secure devices. And it's worth it. You don't want to be that person that someone shouts on your baby monitor and to your baby or someone looks. I'm your doorbell Or talk to you that these are things that are actually happening. Yea i'm more concerned about my connected. Ovens getting turned on at a high temperature. Although i will save my of is designed to say oh. This isn't right and shut itself down so also as part of this than it feels like there is a need for more communication from device makers not just around security but also things like how long they're gonna support devices and we really don't have that today i can like i just bought a brand new smart speaker just bought some connected buttons and nowhere in that purchasing process. Did i get any sort of indication on how long these would be supported. And i think that's kind of an issue as i'm trying to buy things that are secure definitely and one of the problems again as we talked about. We touched on security by design. There is how much do you do from it right and part of it. Is that whatever you did. And you did a ten to six months ago. It doesn't mean that grace your security for example. The major thirty three just happen. So what about all these devices that are now vulnerable to it so there needs to be a patching system s. That's real time even better. But you're absolutely right. There needs to be some kind of way to understand if there is in over there updates. How often is done. How quickly are you expose are. Do you get an email from your device manufacturer. Hey you're exposed. I now we're dealing with it. Thinks there needs to be much much more communication and all back to you. Our example there and their program requires them to check every six months to see if he's still deserve the dodge that you caught and for the diamond which is the highest the highest rank that you can get. You need a mechanism that solves problems unsolvable ability patches and in real time or near real time. Yes i do like that. I'm like yes. Okay in his our final question. I'm gonna throw this out because it's super complicated and we get it all the time. And you mentioned it which is putting your iot devices on a separate network. Most people they're like. Can i put it on a guest network and when we tried that. It didn't seem to help. And it seemed like we had to do it on a completely separate v. land which requires some pretty. I'll call it. Enterprise class wifi gear so for the normal consumer out there. Do you think they need to go. That far is a guest network enough it what. What's your advice there for them. The guest network is definite. They better than nothing. I think having a service that tells them what's going on in their network from there is fee or buying a device that could kill them. Watch their security score would be helpful. I think knowledge and visibility is helpful all right so it sounds like i need to start budgeting for security service or just by the those. That devices are secure and time there. You'll be in better shape life. Okay although i will say you. All has several levels of security and the lower level race are not super secure. But at least you know it when you buy okay all right. We'll sharon thank you so much for coming on the show this week. I feel like. I've got some devices to to throw out i've got some networking to handle in my home and i'm hopefully can be better off because of it. I hope so for how. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening and remember if you'd like more. I o t news sign up for my newsletter at stacee on iot dot com. We'll see you next week.

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