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Full Episode: Friday, October 19, 2018
"From ABC news world news this week. I'm Daria Albinger in New York. Coming up the White House on the missing Saudi journalist, the investigation old, frozen trumpet of we ought to give them a few more days, bad fed stuff, but we'll see what happens and the fallout Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin will not attend financial summit in Saudi Arabia. Next week Trump threatens migrants, send the military to defend our southern border Canada, legalizes canvas big moment and. Big bird Pottier says so long, the people in events that made the headlines when world news this week continues. Questioned swirl around the disappearance of Washington Post contributor, Jamal Shoghi the US resident vanished after entering the Saudi consulate in Turkey, October. Second with Turkish reports claiming the Saudi critic was murdered and dismembered by an assassination squad with ties to the Saudi Crown prince. A Saudi investigation is ongoing President Trump's ending secretary of state, Mike Pompeo deter key ABC new senior foreign correspondent in panel with the latest President Trump threatened, severe consequences. If the Saudis of found responsible for the murder of Washington Post writer, Shimao hush, Adji. Very severe. It's bad beds person Trump was asked. If he believed Kosovo was dead and certainly looks that way to me. It's very sad, but poem Pao's urging the need for more time saying the Saudis promised him a complete and thorough investigation. I told President Trump that I'm we ought to give them a few more days to complete that. And now new details appear to time member of the Saudi Royal families, own Toronto to the incident, images from a pro-government Turkish newspaper claim to show one alleged member of that squad Maha Abdelaziz Mottram in this Tom bolt the day, the journalist went missing in the newly released images. Matrouh is seen apparently entering the Saudi consulates just hours before has Shoji later that evening Matrouh is then allegedly outside the consul-generals home. The same one that became a key focus for Turkish investigators then seen clearing security at the airport before apparently. Leaving Turkey ABC news has been told of allegations that Saudi was killed in the consulates following a struggle that lasted eight minutes and that he died of strangulation, jeez, closest friends. Turon Kush lactic describes what he was told in multiple briefings by Turkish security officials on told me directly. The Jamaica Sergey had been killed using a Bob barrack method, and this was on the audio recording. Kush logic says those audiotapes reveal that went cuss, oh, walked into the consulates who was given a document to sign he refused and was then kill President Trump this week saying, he's not taking sides over kashogi disappearance giving cover at all with that being said, Saudi Arabia's than a very important ally of ours in the Middle East, the president, walking fine line between vowing punishment and preserving the US Saudi relationship more from ABC new senior national correspondent Terry Moran throughout the crisis. President has consistently stressed Saudi money and power. The country's critical role in the region and a big arms deal Trump negotiated. One hundred, ten billion dollars worth of military. Those are the biggest orders in the history of this country. Probably the history of the world. This Saudi seem to sense their leverage just as secretary pump was landing in Riyadh earlier this week, Saudi Arabia, transferred one hundred million dollars to the US to help pay for stabilising war, ravaged Syria. The State Department says the timing was a coincidence, but the US now pulling out of his Saudi summit billed as Don votes in the desert aimed at boosting the kingdom's global image. Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin will not attend financial summit in Saudi Arabia. Next week just days ago. Mnuchin said he would be there even as high profile executives in media companies pulled out amid claims from Turkish officials that the Saudis ordered and carried out the murder of Jamal kashogi Mnuchin reversal marks the first reproach of this on east by the Trump administer. Ration- Emily row, ABC news, Washington, and President Trump on social media this week. Denying any personal business ties with the Saudis says, we hear from ABC news, chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, the president, tweeted quote for the record. I have no financial interest in Saudi Arabia, but just three years ago, he said this Saudi Arabia, and I get along great with all of they buy apartments for me. Spend forty million fifty million supposed to dislike him. I like him very much over the years. The Saudi's have invested in several major Trump projects in nineteen Ninety-one. They bought his yacht four years later, a Saudi prince was part of a group that bought Trump's plaza hotel in two thousand one. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia reportedly bought an entire floor of Trump world tower in New York. And since he was elected, the Saudis of spent lavishly at Trump properties including dropping nearly two hundred seventy thousand dollars last year at the president wash. Into no tell near the White House President Trump at a rally in Montana this week, stumping for a congressman who assaulted a reporter. Again, here's ABC's Emily row Republican, congressman, Greg, Gianforte apologize for body slamming a reporter last year, but now President Trump seeming to make light of the misdemeanor assault at a campaign rally, Thursday night. Body slam. Arne newspaper, which that reporter works for now warning that in the aftermath of Jamal kashogi possible murder. The president's comments could invite assaults on journalists across the world. I'm willing to send the military to defend our southern border necessarily all because of the illegal immigration onslaught brought by the Democrats. Also at that Montana rally, the president threatening to close the southern border of Mexico doesn't do more to stop thousands of Central American migrants heading north Mexican government. Now, saying it will accept migrants requesting asylum, their ABC's Mary, Bruce with more Trump whipping up his supporter. Just a caravan of migrants from Honduras, make their way to the US more than three thousand people. Fleeing violence in poverty brought my caused. Because I have created such an incredible economy. I have created so many jobs. This country with you so great that everybody wants to come in. So they're all pouring in or trying to Bank at the White House. The issue reached a boiling point, Thursday, sparking explosive, shouting match between chief of staff. John Kelly, national security adviser, John Bolton, the two men, cursing at each other outside the Oval Office. In a statement, prince secretary, Sarah Sanders says, while we are passionate about solving the issue of legal immigration, we are not angry at one another. The administration's frustrated that their policies have not discouraged migrants from flowing into the US. A record. Number of families have been apprehended at border crossings up nearly forty percent this summer with the midterm elections. Now, just two weeks away. Trump's made clear. He thinks immigration excites his base and is good. Politics tweeting great midterm issue for Republicans, get rid of the fat of the waste, and I'm sure you can do it. I'm sure everybody to stable can do. That's the president this week, asking his cabinet members. To cut their spending by at least five percent. The request coming days afterward of a ballooning, federal budget deficit more from ABC's alley. Rogin on Capitol Hill is a heavy lift in any year, especially one in which the deficit is already up seventeen percent. Over the previous year. It's the largest annual deficit in six years, and it definitely comes after the administration pledged that their tax cuts would in fact, reduce the deficit Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin made that pledge. And of course, this demonstrates just the opposite. The so grateful we're able the, we have the ability for someone else. I feel hopeless, like four them, like what nothing I do enough volunteers in Panama City, Florida, delivering food to people with no running water power or homes after hurricane, Michael swept through the panhandle last week. Many victims still awaiting federal help President Trump touring the wreckage of the deadly storm. As we hear from ABC's Lana Zak President Trump praised first responders as you touchdown in an area ravaged by hurricane Michael, doing more than anybody would have ever done. Ted probably hasn't been hits like this. Certainly not very often. The president and first lady were on the ground in Florida. Viewing the devastation from the category, four hurricane, which obliterated entire neighborhoods are the believed I've seen pictures, but it's hard to believe that it was onto Georgia where the president met with Red Cross volunteers in an earlier interview with sixty minutes. Mr. Trump was asked if witne. Missing natural disasters as commander in chief informed his perspective on climate change. You don't know whether or not that would have happened with without man. I'm not denying climate change, but it could very well go back the president this week, went around in court against adult film actress. Stormy Daniels Trump's attorney is calling it a total victory for the president of federal judge. Here in LA dismissing stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump Daniels claim the president defamed her when he tweeted about a composite sketch of a man, Daniel says, threatened her to keep her quiet about her alleged affair with Trump. In that tweet, the president called it a quote, total con job. The judge called the president's tweet a hyperbolic statement against a political adversary Daniels attorney is vowing to appeal. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles Trump not exactly taking the high road after his victory ABC's Andy Field in Washington with that, the president comparing story Daniels. Face to a horses on Twitter after he wanna court fight saying he did not defame the adult film actress in the past. The president's disparage the looks of women. He disagreed with. He says he oppress asking if it was appropriate to insult a woman's appearance. Mr. Trump responding quote. You can take it any way you want and the president this week taking aim at another political adversary. But if you don't mind continued, you might. Because it will show everybody what a phony she is Trump on the attack against Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren still claiming she does not have native American ancestry. In spite of DNA test showing she does here again ABC's Mary, Bruce. His opponents say it's a racial slur, but President Trump relishes his nickname for Senator Elizabeth Warren Boca Hodges, polka polka. Trump seizing on warrants claim that she's part native American. Even once leveling this challenge. I will give you a million dollars favorite charity, painful Trump. If you take the test Joe's urine into Trump claims. Warren used her heritage to help her get ahead. But there is no evidence advanced her career. Still the Massachusetts Senator who's trying a twenty twenty White House. Ron took up the president's challenge releasing video showing her receiving the results of DNA test. One of the facts say. American EMC Esther, in your pedigree. Warren was told she had a native American ancestor in the range of six to ten generations ago, but the president is Scoffing at the results. One. Over the country in apology. What's the percentage one thousand ads for that million dollar offer only of I can test her personally, okay. That will not be something I enjoy doing. Either the Cherokee nation called the president's attacks, derivative, but is also criticizing warrant saying she is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage. Adding a DNA test is useless. Current DNA tests do not even distinguish whether a person's ancestors were indigenous to north or South America. The US Justice department is opening an investigation in Pennsylvania into the sex abuse scandal rocking the Catholic church. The first federal statewide probe into decades of wrongdoing. As we hear from ABC's David Wright, it comes on the heels of a grand jury report. The federal grand jury issued subpoenas this week to Roman Catholic leaders across Pennsylvania, seeking trove of sensitive documents and testimony about past abuse cases, federal prosecutors clearly following. Up on the work of the Pennsylvania grand jury, which this summer gave the first comprehensive view of abuses going back seventy years. Priests were raping little boys and girls and the men of God who were responsible for them. Not only did nothing. They hit it all for decades. The statute of limitations had already expired on the vast majority of those cases. What's not yet clear is whether federal charges might apply. The Pennsylvania report is part of a worldwide reckoning over the church's past history of abuse and the massive cover up that enabled it for years here in the US, Pennsylvania was the first to take on the issue statewide. Now, a number of other states following suit already. The Pennsylvania report has had a major fallout within the church prompting the resignation. This month of one of America's most prominent Catholic leaders cardinal Donald world of Washington. DC US bishops have also launched a nationwide investigation of their own with the post blessing with a particular view to holding church leaders accountable for the cover up. Canadians outta store in Saint John's Newfoundland this week lining up around the block the day, the country, legalized recreational, marijuana, big deal moment, right? Purchaser, John Brown, celebrating and going deep crack and like the like puritanical ideals of like. The past, you're gonna tell an adult what they can and can't put in their body. Right. And then if they don't agree with you, then you're going to lock them in a brick cellar with bars. ABC's GIO, Benitez in Montreal. They started lining up before dawn down the street around the block, thousands of Canadians weighty hours to buy marijuana. Very much as the day went on the lines, grew longer, Canadian flags, unfurled the country. Now, one of only two in the world to legalize recreational pot. The Canadian medical association journal calls it all uncontrolled experiment putting money above the health of Canadians, but prime minister, Justin Trudeau who campaigned on a promise to legalize tweeted that regulating putt means profits out of the hands of criminals protection for our kids. It could also mean an estimated four hundred million dollars in tax revenues and some wonderful news from across the pond, Prince, Harry end wife, Megan, the duchess of Sussex are expecting a baby ABC's. James Longman has been traveling with the Royal couple in Australia. Kensington Palace announcing the Juechen duchess of Sussex will welcome a child in the spring. The couple breaking the news to family and friends at Harry's cousin Eugene's wedding, the Queen, William Kate, and Prince, Charles ole able to congratulate them in person before they flew off to a straight. For the start of that fussed over seas tool Megamall Doria adding Huck. Congratulations said to be delighted and excited to welcome her first grandchild. And of course, new Royal generation expands prince's Joel Louis and Princess Charlotte, excited to have a new playmate. He'll now be seventh in line for the throne. A strange illness, mostly striking children is troubling US health officials. ABC Sherry. Preston has an update the mystery disease that striking children. I can't tell you how you feels and how he's hurting or anything. So it's it's harboring Britney. Car talking about her four year old son, Camden, his sinus infection got much worse when he couldn't move his arms and legs and was diagnosed with acute flaccid. My lightness there one hundred twenty seven suspected IfM cases in twenty two different states, and the CDC is worried. We don't know where a FM comes from and we don't know what's causing it and firm cases of the disease who symptoms include paralysis of limbs. Drooping face sometimes trouble. Speaking have not been linked to either polio or West Nile virus. So looking at viruses that normally cause upper respiratory infections. But for parents like the mom of seven month old Zoe Butler FM remains a mystery disease in while she's encouraged. She knows there's no cure. She's a lot more mobile more active, still no strength in her arms. So she remains worried Sherry, Preston, ABC news, a former gynecologist at the university of southern California is accused of sexually assaulting female patients. Now the school is proposing a big payment to those. He treated. You wear c. says it has reached an agreement in principle to pay every patient. Whoever saw Dr George Tyndall twenty five hundred dollars and those who say they were abused by him. We'll get two hundred fifty thousand dollars in total. It would be two hundred fifteen million dollar settlement. It would cover a federal class action lawsuit against the school, but would not resolve many more cases that are in state court. Four hundred sixty three women are suing. You. USC and the LAPD is investigating claims misconduct. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. I new warning from the center for auto safety. The group demanding a recall after reports of hundreds of cars, catching fire, the automakers, fighting back. Here's ABC's aerial Russia, automakers Kia, and Hyundai facing demands by consumer advocacy group to recall more than two point nine million vehicles. The center for auto safety now, saying certain models from twenty ten to twenty fifteen may be at risk of a fire citing more than two hundred twenty consumer complaints, Florida Senator Bill Nelson, asking the government to identify and address any serious safety issues in a statement Cam odors America, questioning the safety groups, methodology and analysis, but saying it recognizes consumer safety is paramount and is committed to addressing every thermal incident. Punday also pushing back saying it search for a defect and could not find one, not. Already covered by an existing recall adding in the rare case of a fire that resulted from a potential product defect. Hyundai takes immediate action to have the vehicle inspected to determine the cause and works directly with the customer on a resolution. Both automakers insisting there are a number of factors that can cause a fire and a weekend for dreaming big, eager buyers around the country lining up for lottery tickets. You never know. You can't win it. You play, but very rarely play. I'm ready to try poor. So I'm ready to try winning the side. Island and going away never come back mega millions hitting a billion dollar jackpot ABC's, Ryan burrow with one, it'd be wealthy in the windy city. This man headed the cashier twenty bucks didn't know how to do it, but he wanted mega millions tickets. Think the last time I bought a ticket was my eighteenth birthday cashier. BJ says, when the jackpot gets this, I do see a lot of first time buyers line. These can you show me that. It's time spending since usually they tell those first time players to come to the register after the line is down where to go online for buying instructions, Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago coming up saying goodbye to this voice days like this, that make me happy to be when world news this week continues. You see headlines across your screen all day, but you're busy. What do you need to know what actually shaping your world? I'm Brad milkey from ABC news and every morning we start here that was extraordinarily for us watching here in Singapore ABC's new daily podcast. A handful of stories, just twenty minutes director. Comey thanks for being with us. Newsmakers smart reporting taking you straight to the heart of the story started here. Listen for free Anapa podcasts or your favorite podcast app. The puppeteer behind a beloved children's TV characters hanging up his yellow feathers ABC's, David Muir, the story. For nearly fifty years now, he's been big bird with a big heart. The man who played big bird and it turns out Oscar to tear Carroll. Spinney is now retiring into me so many good people. I hear so many stories about what Sesame Street has spent two people. I really proud of that. Carol at eighty four as now revealed. He's turning the bird over to someone else after nearly five decades onset. It's days like this that make me have. St. creator, Jim Henson, back in nineteen Eighty-four thankful for Carroll Spinney who brought big bird to life. Is a most. Oh, and it's really neat to Carol his talent that has. Tears, Carol, and to big bird making so many of us smile. And those are the people events that made world news this week. The road news this week was written and produced by Joan Harris. I'm Daria Albinger ABC news news. When breaking news changes the world ABC news, accurate, credible, and unmatched on Twitter at ABC News, Radio. Hey, I'm Dan Harris from ABC news and I have a podcast and you listen to it. It's called ten percent happier. 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Full Episode: Friday, November 9, 2018
"From ABC news world news this week. Chuck's Iverson in New York coming up the house flips blue there's now a check on Donald Jeff Sessions out seen fury. It'd the president shortly after becoming AG by recusing himself from the Russia investigation another mass shooting. There is probably fall shots for. I got the front door, California. Wildfires empty towns. Bleak. I tried going now machine didn't ban. The former first lady opens up marriage counseling for us was one of those ways will learn how to talk out our differences. People want events that made headlines when world news this week continue. Obviously, we took back the house that's foreign away. The most significant change. There's now a check on Donald Trump. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is celebrating this week's midterm election voters, putting Democrats in charge of the house of representatives in January ABC news senior White House. Correspondent Cecilia Vega has a look at the results. Democrats flipped nearly thirty seats from red to blue seeping Democrats into control of the house with the power to act as a check on the president the takeover started close to Washington democrat, Jennifer waxed and taking Virginia's suburban house seat from Republican Barbara Comstock, west in among more than one hundred women projected to head to congress after last night's results. I've been saying since the beginning of this campaign that changes coming to to America. Now, the message from the White House is firm throughout the campaign. The president said this election was a referendum on his presidency. In a sense. I am on the ticket his advisors now deflecting blame they point to the places where the president held rally. And Republicans won like in Texas where he campaigned for Senator Ted Cruz Cruz winning tight race against democrat Beto Rourke whose energetic campaign brought him within striking distance of the firebrand. Senator Republicans not only retaining control of the Senate, but gaining several important seats in Indiana, Republican, Mike Braun defeating incumbent Joe Donnelly, and then Missouri Republican Josh Howley unseating incumbent Claire mccaskill in North Dakota another big Republican pickup Kevin Kramer, defeating Heidi Heitkamp in a state that President Trump won. But Democrats made gains in other state races. Taking control of more governor seats at least six including Illinois, Michigan, New, Mexico, and Kansas on the stump. The president's dark rhetoric often taking center stage, you want more caravans. If you want more time vote democrat some newly-elected including those backed by the. The president now calling for a change in tone. President Trump says he'll work with Democrats unless they start investigating his administration. More from ABC news senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce, even though Republicans lost the house, President Trump declared the midterm elections. Another big win ABI, honest. I thought it was a I thought it was a very close to complete victory in his feisty news conference. The president noted voters rejected Republican candidates who kept him at arm's length. But now for the first time in his presidency. Congressional Democrats have power tomorrow. We'll be a new day in America. President extended an olive branch to Nancy Pelosi who will likely become the next speaker of the house. She loves his country. And she's a very smart woman. She's done a very good job Pelosi and the president are pledging to work together. But Trump knows full well House Democrats have something else in mind to they want to hold his administration accountable. Now armed with the power to subpoena. Democrats are poised to launch an onslaught of investigations the president says if Democrats come after him he'll go after them with help from the Republican led Senate they can play that game. But we can bleed better because we have a thing called the United States Senate, and all you're gonna do end up in back and forth and back and forth and two years going to go up, and we won't have done a thing. The president says he's willing to work with Democrats on issues like healthcare and infrastructure, but any bipartisanship would grind to a halt. If they investigate him. Can you come part mental is that and still continue to work with them for the benefit of the rest of the country or or all bets off? No, if they do that, then just all it is a world like posture Pelosi unfazed, do you have any concerns that these investigations could jeopardize your opportunities to legislate Beijing not intend to abandon? Relinquish responsibility. President Trump with no evidence suggested there's vote fraud in the Florida Senate race Republican candidate Rick Scott accused to counties of unlawfully withholding public records as his lead over the incumbent Democrat Bill, Nelson, shrink and in Georgia. Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp declared victory without a concession from Democrats Stacey Abramson the tight race. An extraordinary number of Americans voted this week. ABC news chief national correspondent, Tom yomas breaks down the numbers with ABC news, exit polls, the percentage of voters who were women was actually one point lower that in two thousand sixteen forty eight percent were men. Fifty two percent women. Now, what was was the record number of women on the ballot. And a record of women now headed to congress the other factor. We're looking at the youth vote. We heard so much about this. Just thirteen percent of voters aged eighteen to twenty nine participated, according to exit polls we seen a record number of new voter registrations at observers speculated about a record youth vote. But appears we did not see that. Now for the last two years. President Trump has dumb nearly every single political story and this party did gain seats in the Senate with his health twenty six percents that supporting the president wasn't motivating factory. Thirty eight percent said opposing Trump was there motivating factor, but a third thirty three percent say Trump was not a factor at all and one piece of data. The president is likely to jump on the issue of the Muller investigation into alleged Russian collusion with the Trump campaign a majority of voters fifty four percent say they believe Robert Muller's pro is politically motivated a change at the top of that investigation. Deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, no longer in charge after attorney general Jeff Sessions resigned at the request to the president ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl with details. Sessions has been on thin ice for nearly two years. One of Trump's earliest and staunchest supporters. He infuriated the president shortly after becoming AG by recusing himself from the rush. Show investigation. The attorney general's decision. Ultimately lead to the appointment of special counsel, Robert Muller. Trump never forgave him. Employee's at the department of Justice applauded sessions as he walked out of the Justice department building for the last time, the president quickly named sessions chief of staff Matt Whitaker as the acting attorney general tweeting he will serve our country. Well, Whitaker's now the ultimate authority over the special counsel investigation in the past. President Trump is suggested he wants an attorney general who will protect him and in Whitaker. He is picked someone who is talked openly about reining in Robert Muller last year. When the president said Muller would be crossing a red line if he investigated the Trump family business and finances Whitaker than a CNN contributor wrote. The president is absolutely correct. That goes beyond the scope of the appointment of the special counsel, and in television appearance, Whitaker defended the infamous Trump Tower meeting, Donald Trump junior Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner sitting down with the Russian lawyer they. Were told had on Hillary Clinton. You would always have somebody from the campaign take that meeting here that personnel. We also openly talked about how an acting attorney general could effectively put an end to the Russia investigation. ABC news political analyst reclined tells us the president's move might limit Muller's power. Now, he puts his own person there who can could potentially clip mos- wings, take his budget away bottle up a report that suddenly those Democrats that are sitting there now taking power in the house of representatives might want at some point. Protests around the country, including New York City calling for protection of the Muller investigation, citing the acting attorney general's criticism has faded. More than once that he feels that the baller investigation. Should be terminated can be terminated. And it shows by President Trump on his way to Paris for ceremonies marking the end of World War One one hundred years ago weighed in on his new acting attorney general. Whitaker worked for Jeff Sessions. That's exact opposite of what Mr. Trump said last month on Fox News. Matt Whitaker's great guy. I mean, I know Matt where and as we hear from ABC's. Karen Travers at the White House. The president may not make another change attorney. General Matt Whitaker is on President Trump shortlist to replace Jeff Sessions and permanently lead the Justice department that list also includes at least a half dozen Trump allies political supporters, including his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. Former New Jersey Governor in current ABC news contributor, Chris Christie, Senator Lindsey Graham and Florida attorney general Pam Bondi sources say the president is not in any rush to make a final decision, and he may wait until after the special counsels Russia investigation concludes democratic leaders warning any interference with the investigation would trigger a constitutional crisis. White House counsel Kellyanne Conway disagreeing investigation has gone for reusing your tax dollars. We have not impeded at all. We had an attorney general who is recused from it. We now don't have. Acting attorney general who's recused from it. Nobody wants to prolonged sources telling ABC news Muller is now writing his final report. Another mass shooting this week this time at a bar and Thousand Oaks, California, the gunman taking his own life, but not before killing a dozen people including a sheriff's sergeant hailed as a hero more from ABC's. Alec stone. It was late Wednesday night. College country night was underway at borderline bar and grill when the gunman walked in and started shooting. Caught on his cell phone recording. The man behind the forty five caliber Glock was twenty eight year old Ian long, according to Ventura County sheriff Jeff dean, it's a horrific scene in there. There is blood everywhere. And the the suspect is is part of that numerous victims were hit by the gunfire going down. We're only seconds before they had been taking part in country line, dancing, those who could fled for their lives. Out there. I heard the shots and everyone kind of just got down and started freaking out running around inside the bar here. Some hidden in the attic some in the bathroom others hid behind tables and stools anything they could find a work as a barrier. I heard everyone screen get down. So the stores. The people start seeing rod nine one one was inundated with calls for a help. The first to arrive was Ventura County sheriff's sergeant Ron Healy's. He went running into stop the gunman, and he paid the ultimate price. Sergeant Hillis was on the force for twenty nine years was looking to retire next year. So it was a more park resident and survived by his wife and his son also killed eleven victims inside the bar, including Twenty-three-year-old. Justin, meek recent graduate from California Lutheran university eighteen year old Pepperdine student Elena. Housley Cody Coffman only twenty two years old. His dad got the news talked to last night before he headed out the door. First thing I say was please don't drink and drive lasting. I said was I love you. Alex stone ABC news Ventura County, California, adding insult to injury wildfire. Asheville on Thousand Oaks, survivors and loved ones grieve, the shooting victims of insurer county hill fire and the larger Woolsey fire forcing tens of thousands to flee flames burning million and multimillion dollar homes. ABC's Jason Nathanson was there as people took off. Police arrive in through the area here telling everyone get out now smoking ash, fill the air stinger is immediately. The wind is really strong, and that's causing this fire to move fast up and down hills there flames everywhere, you look, and it seems most people here have left forced to evacuate in the middle of the night got close enough for like, all right? It's go time. Let's go. Stephanie took what was most important to her her dog? And she can't believe with this area is going through right now shooting all these people losing their homes. It feels like. Apocalypse right now to me another wildfire in northern California exploding to one hundred ten square miles destroying hundreds of structures and threatening. Tens of thousands more in Butte county evacuating homes schools in a hospital. There is a loss of life. The town of paradise nearly destroyed leak I tried calling. Now the machine didn't pick up. We saw our neighbor. Joe's house go up in flames which the rest of the street, and then we decided to start pulling trucks trailers anything that we could say from houses you get here explosions for my gas tanks and stuff 'cause it's a win. All of a sudden, you get world winds, and I mean, we're on so much dirt in the dust in the dash. We're getting in your eyes and just burning. Drivers trapped in their cars, others, abandoning their vehicles and taking refuge wherever they can. By fire, dozens evacuated we're at least one building was consumed by flames after reports that some were trapped in the hospitals basement ABC's will car on the rush out of paradise before it burned more than because I'm a mayor, but there's so many great service members and guardsmen who are already to serve our community's in countries at a moment's notice. North Ogden mayor Brent Taylor on KOA NewsRadio last winter before deployed with ghanistan with the Utah national guard his fourth tour of duty Taylor was killed in an insider attack there last weekend. His body flown home on election day ABC, Sherry Preston. With more Taylor's Jenny was there as his flag draped casket was returned to the US personally cannot yet. Find words adequate to tell you all that I feel as I stand here this morning by the dawn's early light. And so I the words someone recently shared with me Brenton had died on Afghan soil, but he died for this. Excessive freedom and democracy in both of our countries the price of freedom, incredibly high. She said value of freedom is immeasurable to all who know and love America. And all that she represents Taylor who was deployed with the Utah national guard and his wife had seven children, the Florida man who allegedly sent improvised explosive devices to prominent Democrats has been indicted by a federal grand jury in New York, here's ABC's. Aaron Katersky indictment linked Caesar say to sixteen I e D's mail to prominent Democrats critics of President Trump and CNN say now faces up to life in prison, the charges focus on the devices intended for George Soros, Robert deniro, Hillary Clinton, James Clapper in John Brennan, the charges include use of a weapon of mass destruction interstate transportation of explosives and threatening interstate communication the threats reflect photographs contained in some of the envelopes of the intended recipient marked with a red X Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York and a verdict in the case of a blast. Terrifying. People in the New York City subway system to tales from. ABC's aerial Russia. He was caught in December detonating a bomb strapped to his body. At the height of New York City's rush hour a jury finding Bangladeshi immigrant Akhiyad hula guilty of federal terrorism charges. Prosecutors releasing video that tracks his every move leading his Brooklyn apartment where he allegedly built the bomb using instructions from the internet and walking into the subway wearing the explosive device in the tunnel underneath the port authority bus terminal the bomb partially detonates, injuring five people moments later, low line spread eagle on the floor as police approach with guns. Drawn address the court uring his sentencing hearing saying he was not a soldier of ISIS. He was just upset with President Trump's policies. He now faces life in prison in Missouri. The captain of a boat that sank last summer killing seventeen people now faces federal charges us attorney. Tim garrison said the federal indictment charges. Fifty one year old Kenneth Scott Mckee with seventeen counts of misconduct. He should seventeen counts in this in. Indictment represents a life. That was lost. When stretch duck seven sank while being Thailand by Mr. Mckee, July nineteenth this year when the terrorist boat also known as a duck boat sank on table rock league in the Ozarks near Branson, Missouri. After a sudden storm rolled into the region that included people from Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and Indiana, five children can't Martin ABC news Saint Louis horror at a talahassee Florida yoga studio this week when a gunman opened fire killing two women and wounding others ABC's Zachary quiche with that videos of the alleged shooter footy road, Scott barely a military vet who openly shared his misogynistic in racist views on YouTube in the videos, he alludes to an apparent deep rejection. He felt from women police say he walked into a hot yoga studio with the duffel bag pulled out a gun in just started shooting. That's when Joshua quick jumped into action and took on the shooter. The only thing that was there. But I think of vacuum with the heavy end of gun. Stop. Firing. 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"Miles you know on a ferris she's charming she's lovely she's hilarious oh yeah and she's going undercover in a new snack size series you'd watch on a disguise herself go undercover with hidden cameras to find out what crazy thing real people do their favorite ice cream a you could see the fool videos at klondike bar dot com slash videos and share what you would do klondike bar using hashtag for eight klondike how do you have used by the hash that's okay so the number four the letter s and then clint cappella hello the internet in welcome to this episode of the weekly like geist a these are some of our favorite segments from this week all edited together into one nonstop infotainment last drive again a yeah so without further ado here is the weekly that guy chris what is something from your search history that's it's revealing about who you are well i feel like i've already is all good really good ones because most do search for just metal detecting videos a magnet fishing videos and malarkey videos but i do also like to look up anything anything about bigfoot and once again like i don't really care if it's a hundred percent true i i like i don't care if it's a big play i you i don't care if it's a hundred percent ready okay now these guys you guys have heard me talk about this in private because this is something i talk about a lot which is this thing that i've found out that like just do my usual just seeing if there's anything new and the big foot news front like on youtube which is best trolley for big news i find yeah 'em it turns out the one mount saint helen's corrupted in nineteen eighty mhm already lost her oh no i do you remember mount saint helens when you're up in the flake the biggest volcanic eruption in the contiguous united states so apparently so i'm like watching this thing like mount saint helens big foot bodies like the thing on you to well and i was like what what that sounds good so i don't care if there's a hunter so maybe there is only one somebody is one of those documentaries made by some not you know like but but once again like i'm gonna buy nuts surprises is big big foot right but anyway i think what's real what's a separate thing well anyway this guy made a little documentary and says okay when mount saint helens corrupted the army corps of engineers but they always do which is they went up and they collected all the animal bodies because they didn't want disease spread okay so they they went up there with a helicopter and i guess like a bag or whatever and they and they filled it up with all the animals that were dead on my bag yeah i was already like i heard that i was like i was already like well it's kinda i know they did that as like the first leg i didn't know that they did that after every disaster they collect that animals i had no idea that happened yeah so says that did kind of make me think it's weird i know they do that he did okay so anyway they then this is one who got also i still i got a little more skeptical when they said they put all the animals in separate stacks at the bottom of the mountain ahah so like there is a stack of like l i mean why why they can be properly buried or whatever they identified by family member yeah it looks like a stack of elk i guess the stat right like deer and then the stack like raccoons whatever and then they have a one stack under a tarp oh yeah all really relate is true this is not a joke this after the army corps of engineers gets all the animals like they do and put a monitor are just kidding but that's what it sounds like they're doing right underneath the tarp one of the one of the somebody uncle who is in the army corps of engineers talk to this documentary filmmaker and told them he went and looked under the tarp in that was a pilot big foot's wow and i'm gonna assume that was the shortest pile right you know what i mean they're probably wasn't that i mean i'm sure they're all they're when they're dead laying down and there aren't that many that's what i'm thinking apparently there is a tremendous big foot population mountains north well they were very negatively impact by this explosion you benefit concert is slow the big foot impacted by that well i mean so this is this it gets further so then somebody else's uncle uncle also looked under the dark no he was working not only under the carpet is there a bunch of big foot's but then there is a medical tent where big foot's were being or big feet in the other we got yeah no one knows on another that's another one of those streets mystery and i don't care if that's a big foot knows and you could never get him to say so did you guys go by big foot surfing yeah but need medical care this this guy worked for the army corps of engineers is oncle or whatever said he stood by this medical tent and he thought the just these tall guys in big overcoats were going into the medical tent in in getting bandaged up but then he noticed one of them has like a huge amount of hair on his up there and he's like oh my god these are big plus they're treating the didn't die in the thing ahah then this other guy another person's oncle a step dad is somebody who worked for the eagles or whatever it was from all these raw checked out it'll be a little whisper network it's all official title step why they mentioning that there's somebody uncle just to prove that it's not some random yeah yeah so somebody uncle some random guy emily row jet person knows people he's got he's got a few things that fucking nephew guys yeah so so anyway he said that their this is where i really i doubt this is true but i don't know that there is an army corps of engineers guy wasn't talking big foot to a big foot in the ideas the government knows about big foot's they talked to him i dunno what they talk to them about right because well how like good tips on child rearing but if they didn't talk to and why did they tell them ahead of time to clear out of the mountain if there's i mean everybody knew that mountains gonna blow up with adam because you know i think of what color the big feet are right if they were white they will maybe would have got the message because they're brown silky eddie are treated better yet and yet either treat it yet i know about yet ease in all yet he lived matter after that shit big feet misrepresented you know what i mean but whenever i mentioned this story the people they always like first of all what are you talking about the army corps of engineers collects all the animal rescue disasters and that someone is everybody else vert for them it falls apart i just i mean skip right over and then the next thing is like yeah maybe they don't do that but maybe they do i don't know i don't work i don't have an uncle in the army corps of engineers sherzer again this is a wendy's so order a twoday army corps of engineers go out into the woods when like on an ordinary day collect any animal that did die just in case i mean i'm only like agreeing with this because i saw chernobyl and i know that the loser shooting it wasn't on my radar out is they wander from sure but again you know maybe they were worried about anxiety animals anyways just go ahead i'm just gonna say like a tie in this is that that just got me going into deeper stuff that i didn't know about like in nineteen twenty four group of gold prospectors a 'em a were attacked by big foot's with boulders shit in the canyon the day that happened in is called eight canyon now for real for real that's on the map so yeah exactly so so i don't care if it's a hundred percent true i think it's fun i don't know if it's true but you know i heard that story before about the tarp a and i dunno i feel like very interesting i feels like me they would probably do something more aladdin and i feel like that's yeah why not just dragged on elsewhere like you they harvest how securely they put him on their why are they letting that secure like all right why were they letting people peak dude you have you need medical care go to the temple put a hat on triathlete lucchino wonder if they do is really apparently there must have been a basketball team when overcoats up on our own way extremely harry oh my god like that they yeah so that's not a basketball team that's big what's gonna be total khartoum logic yeah overcook it wasn't until the wrist hair right sir do you have the time and then he pulls back well you don't even you don't even watch wait a minute after get back to my hero but then around what is the what's on some people think it's true you know to be false well i i don't i don't know so much of this is a myth but there's this sense when you nine out of ten people if you ask them what am i is is the same people where you you also gluten is there like bread is the same way where i think most people think of robots or like artificially intelligent robots are people who were gonna take you're a little robots are gonna take her job read wears an eye is really like what allows you to order a starbucks coffee when you're in your car on the train like i mean that's on the best example but like why is basically part and parcel of everything that we now do right on are sold something the host zach shoes on brent breath all right you're building i mean this is my dream to do a short form web series where i visit all of the post offices of america would that be possible 'em no no not not in life when when they when when development people are like what's dionne right that would be a hard question a old people who will be dead by the end of this meet that's right but as sort of finding ways to mimic like neuron connections right and yeah well it's also i mean you're talking about elections i mean it's it's really an amazing way to make predictions about things using datta route so the human mind can only compute compute so much 'em and take into account so much datta whereas algorithms can look at vast amounts of atta mhm whether it be pictures 'em will code i guess and then make predictions based on those things right were better at catching like tumors and were better catching that's right and it's just from like loading skins into a sport into the laws mets brain i think yeah so all right yeah but like you know they the raptors used day i to help better they're lying around there's a drastic mark on the world or rake raptors raptors they should just changed drake grab so sorry toronto a how did they used their so basically you can use an eye to make better again you for protection sake to look at your shot history and sort of better understand maybe where you should be placing yourself on the court right where you should be taking more shots that's right yeah yeah there's machine learning i mean this machine learning machine learning is basically now now being harness in like every possible field you can imagine yeah and that's artificial intelligence it's using computers to to make decisions right now sleep walkers would imply that title would imply that we're on aware of something i would say yeah and what are we on aware of i think people don't think about their dad enough generally i think maybe in the past two years maybe i think also post election and tampering mhm people start and the cambridge analytica scandal people started thinking more about oh my god like he has a lot of information about man is being given to other companies i don't want to have my information on the most basic level not thinking about that enough is is sleepwalking right you know the idea now that certain states i mean others to only but certain states are you making a government uses facial recognition technology illegal is a good is a step in the right direction i i personally think but i don't think people have an appreciation for okay if like is is the dmv be using my face to make predictions about other things legislatively right so i took be for your host yeah my co host took thee phrase from british history book but i or a british now but but i think you know for him also when he was thinking of the show which he asked me to do a little later on but when he was thinking of this show you know he he started started to think about oil what are all the things i don't know the aren't going to be happening in the future but actually happening right now yeah and how could i talked to the people who have built these tools who a lot of them are like sounding the alarm you know people who worked at facebook who were like yeah well they trained and he will create the like button where like trained on the same tools that they use to build casinos right yeah exactly i mean it's you're you're losing you're free will because you know they're all these ways the companies are manipulating your mind to make the decisions they want you to make and so you were like real framing it as from the thing about like well i don't care what they know about me because i i had nothing to hide in a i'm a boy scout to know but you are not in control of your own life because they know so much about you and then there you know manipulating year life in the background and so i mean i think a lot of people don't care like you know i i spoke to these parents on the podcast you were like well if amazon knows when i need diaper that makes my life a lot easier right but it's also are you okay with the fact that amazon also sells like consumer facial recognition technology to government contracts yeah yeah so sorts of like my nieces very hot well just stay hot 'cause they're they're also tracing by metrics honey i mean like your actual body temperature was well i mean i am of empire headed vander my body is actually very cool well if hot face actually implies that you're nervous about something and might be carrying a bomb so yeah yeah that'll they you never heard the term hot face no yeah hot what i man not that cool good to know about yet and all that by like anything that can be scanned mhm end then compared to other things that have been scanned is using ally to detect or like white list or blacklist someone so now they're doing it with a laser called jetson where they're actually using your heart beat as the biometric monitor so like oh that's that's jack like if they can't see her face because you're compromised mhm they're starting to be able to reid people in other words they're they're it's like darpa is developing these things god so if you have like an increased heartbeat but will like be telling of oh that person will just how heartbeats is a very particular signature that only you oh yeah i didn't realize there but apparently yeah you're you're you're you're heartbeat of the is like a fingerprint oh really i did that yeah yeah mind xactly super cool so dope is like a hip hop yeah yeah it's like a b it's like an unoccupied of great ones like yeah it's all so those are all amc things wow like when you go on jet blue and you're using her face to board a plane you should just ask people who work at jet blue where's that data going is it a hard delete or you storing that datta and then selling it to the usa government are you like and i think the answer but a lotta times now and there are a lot of people who were working in this sort of ethical surveillance of such a thing as possible 'em who are really like creating tools to also sounding alarm same of people who were developing being technology to detect deep fakes they have to create deep fakes in order to detect a so you know it's the kind of thing to just keep your eyes open to yeah don't fear i walk into it that's but i'm listening to sleep well but if you're eyes are open then they're gonna use retinal scan that's true now of course a kickstarter on respect tickles i think they're called us something like that i wanna say have you saying it's something expect it's something tickles okay and it turned dry ended at like a frightened tamra oh really well fun i would think wellfunded kick starters and then you're like malaria like what in the fuck are you creating right if the saving people's like malaria crazy that whatever yeah we have a search for extraterrestrial yeah intelligence also don't keep your eyes open and just keep your ears open the podcast auto yeah no that's right audio is very safe walk around which you're eyes closed podcasts in your ears and you will be safe no danger there basically be blind hipster yeah the rest of your life a all right we're gonna take a quick break we'll be right back in my no returning wednesday august fourteenth it's time to watch as music next great hit is born yoni executive producer of the voice it's song land wait so you knew all of this i just walked into the room and you know i go through email so i i knew this was coming weird anyways it's a groundbreaking new series where the biggest names in music and were not talking funds that they're targeting superstars grammy winning producers an undiscovered songwriters come together to create the next hit 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were rumors that the dude who got all the money coal stage a was spending it a myth misspending no but then in may the wall was built by eight privately owned brick company in new mexico a and not long after the city served them a cease and desist because they didn't actually get the proper permissions to build the wall weights oh my god so he gave the money to aid brick a contractor somebody who like you build stuff out of brick and they tried to do it over memorial day weekend 'cause he was like the city won't be paying attention will be able to do this real quick like ants the city learned about it on may twenty third and visited the site where they were told to leave the building the wall yeah but i gotta go get the fuck out of here city inspector a so the landowner the ceo of the brick company george could i he a went city hall the next day the like you know half ass trained get all these permits after the wall is already being built a submitted applications but they were incomplete so no permit a ants coal sage went on twitter and straight up bragged that the government wouldn't notice some building the wall because of with a long weekend i'm sorry this like graffiti on you're junior high walker said at we build the wall plan for a battle that's why we finish oh three days when the corrupt city was partying over the holiday only thing left is the pave the road for border patrol boom and they talk about how long the front stretch this wall was so we will get to that oh so the the break executive a cook is facing up to ninety days in jail for building a wall is no permit a an how building part of the wall has led people entering the e u s in other parts of town or simply walking around all that's not very long a purely symbolic ends a some of the ways people have chosen the enter now are you more dangerous for them which i'm sure he doesn't care about or you know the rich people of this town who probably probably were on board with a some of these decisions in care about but they're also a causing people to cross in a residential neighborhoods so people are having across into a you know where where people lip instead of this industrial part of town where they build the wall and they built some of their wall on federal land and in doing so cut off access to waterways in a public argument a soviet international boundary of water commission forced the wall people the wall builders to prop open at gate in the wall during business hours so they can do their job so on top of everything else there's literally an open door in their wall oh god it's a man like pardon me a just a how many as twenty million twenty million their goal is one billion one billion a ha that's twenty million which is lot bunch of people took their money back when they were like oh there aren't that many people like us array took their money back a and he used the remainder to build eight small brick wall that a has done nothing but a embarrass him get his business partner into legal problems in a we build the wall a which incorporated as a nonprofit in florida is currently being investigated by the state sweet a an he's currently trying to get a more funding he did a telethon through his money do the same thing in other cities a recently when the april walling in steve bannon was there a that's where steve bannon that that's that's the way the circles he's traveling traveling you gotta work you know yeah right yeah wow he says that these fundraisers like hey remember me right oh the guy who's done this up more for even then the and then the presence of literally a even a year ago people were like all bannon's over in europe he's like creating the populist wave over there and even a telethon now yeah shit is you know but there's still people who are definitely receptive message still has you'll see there's a lot of money yeah i can't imagine a man some of these people who've just who don't know any better and really think like their hard earned money is going to something like that that's what's crazy about is like seventy at some statistic like seventy percent of americans can't cover a thousand dollar emergency when you think about that i imagine that the majority of these people that contribute to this twenty million dollars are in that pool possibly for boomers who you're so scared that you were like facing real financial peril and you're gonna contribute to some bullshit that isn't even sanctioned yeah right it's this is it's anarchy out there but i needed my racist nickel right it cures it cures immigrants anarchy out there it's yeah regulations it's not a cool thing to be the guy who's pro regulations but they they're helpful i like how they even still like with his tweets like yeah man i'm doing it for the government finds out it's like one of the best solution if you're really serious about your problem you want the government should right now i love this i love regulation like i'm from haiti born in haiti and there's no rules there's no lot you know my husband's from india people bribe the police on a daytoday basis like the police take bribes from people like small vendors on the street vendors have to pay the least like like that's just an everyday occurrence in india i love laws live in order and i'm glad that we have here yeah where did it sometimes they work takes a permit to build yeah monuments so that you don't block waterway waterway people's bagley already failed as a fucking fence 'cause you're like as a door to walk the walk through right and you muscle idiotic leave it also we have refrigerated water they're they're down by water god are we looking at la work like if there was a lot that means random people could just build brick walls around their backyards along the southern border yeah but i mean look we still have laws and were still doing this fucking terrible awful shit innocent people's gun laws work some lines work yeah right they worked for some of us just not us all right guys let's talk about whether reporting a it's about time we talked about this a there is an interesting article in the new yorker last week about how weather forecasting keeps getting better and basically making the point that all it's important all different industries so there's a reason a that everybody would want to keep making it better 'em but there's also it's it's like such a complex math equation like they basically the message i got in this article is that like landing a spacecraft on mars requires dealing with hundreds of mathematical variables making a global atmospheric model model requires hundreds of thousands i think that's the key quote from the article so basically we're still like it is the furthest frontier like being able the model out weather pattern all right it it is we are getting better at it like were but it's over the course of you know decades a you you won't be able to notice the difference like from one year to the next but from one decade to the next if you like looked back on the nineties in compared like how accurate weather forecasts were back then to today it's pretty it's a pretty significant different like what do we batting now a i don't they didn't break it down to a percentage but it's just a much higher percentage and they can get more details about like when things are going to happen what's funny yeah how like whether really is one of those things that are so hard so like accurately understand because we don't even understand like our own planet so much to really be able do that like that's why i know the juno mission the jupiter that pro that's going around jupiter right is acsi also very important for weather reporting to because like the more they understand about jupiter like yeah told so many other key sta understand even weather so i'm glad we're not using that old ask almanac anymore right yeah but we do understand a lot right it's super sophisticated technology but there's still a lot of planetary yeah yeah i don't know right right yeah jupiter basically like they say a lot of the material fear that wasn't used in jupiter helped create a lot of other planets in muscle raised him so it's like you know like we have the end product yeah but we don't have the recipe right rats were still trying to figure out yeah but i do think it's crazy that like this crazy complicated and sophisticated technologies associated with our broker like that writing looks like a dumb guy right it's happy sunshine sticker behind like also like scientists one of the stories a is that you know our ability the forecast weather was the deciding factor in world war two because like when they were going the plan the d day invasion was like really finely tuned and like basically germany's a weather forecasters where like it won't be during this period 'cause it's gonna be stormy and a ally weather forecasters were able to pinpoint a specific day that it wasn't gonna be stormy unlike do a surprise attack on that day ends like a i think one of the famous generals from world war two people were like why do people speak english instead of german today around the world and here's like because we had better weather forecasters testers like that's the shadow the meteorologist yeah meteorology my shot the science that the barometric pressure eatings but there's also there's also all sorts of ways that it gets fucked up like you know the the the at a certain point the butterfly effect does come into account like cast series so like just you walking down the street like you can never have a fully accurate and model of what the weather is going to be in the next day because you you walking down the street like creates a small draft that creates you know like ripple off into a a million different directions so right you'll never get it fully accurate because there's just never going to be hey input put mechanism that is taking like breathing's at every single adam like on the globe so you just have to like get as good as you possibly can basically but it is one of those sorts of progress but i feel like we take for granted because it's just always around us it's always there i'm still gonna get fucking mad at that app when it's wrong though right yeah yeah oh i thought it will be hot the pool party not sixty six the fucking face weather channel but yeah so luke twelve meteorologists out there yeah all right i'm gonna start the mets out it's a west the fact so my mrs that we don't know what happened to that a plane which one from like four years ago that may seventeenth yeah yeah we know we do know yeah we basically know what happened so what happened so it was the pilot well yeah yeah so oh you're talking about oceanic fifteen no the malaysian airlines here talking about low we have so basically the reason we didn't think it was a very strange bent but the reason that people weren't able to put it together pretty quickly was because malaysia's a fairly corrupt country and they didn't want it to be pinned on them as like letting this dude fly a plane from so he made to be this like you know totally stand a person with a one hundred percent record's ends so the main piece of evidence like there were all these different beacons that showed exactly where the plane went and made this big turn and it's just they can't have been a hijacking can't have been them flying like passing out in the plane going on autopilot like it had to have been somebody goes flying it only rational thing is that it was a pilot but the main piece of evidence that like kind of nailed it for me is the pilot had a flight simulator in his house and one of the flights that he taken was this exact route okay crashing into an article ocean like do it he knew he had done that memory crashed it yeah it's hard and it would crowding it yes and it was the only one of like a thousand thousand different ones that he had done unlike sped up so it's like usually he does it pretty experience rectus right but this one he was basically either doing it to see how quickly the fuel would run out or as sort of a clue people like yeah i'm doing this that that's what people but yeah he had flown basically that exact route in a flight simulator but they had like basically covered it up there's a there's a really interesting magazine article about it the people should check out anyways we no so wait hold on what did he do it it did he do it on purpose you have read wyatt's in the bread crumbs where that he did that run on access run on his radio and that's not unheard of their that gyp shin air flight where the dude just like no not notice the atlantic ocean there's been a couple of flights that where that's super father the german who of flew into the side of a mountain with a bunch of people on board about that yeah so it's really sad but it is also like i feel like the media is somewhat exploiting it because it's like a huge mystery and they like talking about it but it's actually very hot artist or that's really what is a mess with something people think is true you know oh i was gonna say overrated but i guess i didn't both and wants so then i'll do a miss is the people with a cute socks are fun people i i love that man in the biggest sociopaths in the world use cute sox's the way the disguise or try right anything this is rap yeah you'll meet the most sociopathic a hedge fund mother fucker right he'll be wearing the cutest socks you ever saw right and i'm just telling you ladies i'm wearing white sox right now yeah but not cute what brand her those i i i l z on i will or brand is that cb gmailcom that's michael boo got me like a tube socks so i i just wanna let you know that i am a a nice person with nothing i have no money or anything because i'm a nice person in a you know my socks were normal and it's my way of saying i will treat you right and if you're wearing socks that little typewriters on him running where people get on their side yeah you know you better watch out for me because i'm trying to compensate for some evil shit that i got also sometimes i do where cute socks and i'm still nice cut a that saying where's the line you know where's the line you don't know draw the line when the guy you're dealing with with acute soccer dollars crank term i would say guy here with is a creep ahora that's where you should draw the line a don't don't let his cute socks factor into well he's creepy where's this cute right now it's only cute sox's you know delude dilute i'm just saying fescue sox have been weaponized by bad people intra and you know i don't care if that's a hundred percent although i've never gonna get out i'm glad i love about reset a real thing i said do i know that's yeah i you know what i mean though i mean even if it's like i yeah even if it's super far out and i know it's bullshit i still like try and stick with it it just you just try it out that fun yeah for sure why not take a quick break and we'll be right back hey my own have you ever wondered how far people would actually gopher klondike is that a rhetorical question because i ask you that every morning when i see you i know i'm like hey do you think somebody would do for guana bar you pitch that as the subject the one and only subject of every morning yeah well because that is the question on everyone's mind on affairs is going undercover new snack size siri you will be able to watch on a disguise herself and go undercover which hidden camera to find out what crazy things people full would do for their favorite ice cream treat oh yeah but if you wanna see all the wacky miss see the videos akron dive bar dot com slash videos and share what you would do for chronic bar using hashtag for gay contact that hashtag the number four for the letter eight then klondike to show them what you do for a bar indoor back end so janko jeans man george and goes i had a whole janko outfit that was like cream cream jeans cream shirt with like black stitching on oh my god screaming my jeans had like off white ginkgo outfit yeah oh my god like end the show i the shorts and a shirt and the shorts came down to like right above my ankles hell yeah yeah broom rocco wear shorts that were like that long back in the day 'em did you ever wear gene goes i did i rocked you did yeah damn i'm the only one i reckon jim because you never know 'cause i mean when that was for like ravers right and i wasn't like i'm already i had baggy jeans but like the way how baggy those things where i was like nah i don't have enough candy necklaces on the jim go necklace or the jeans were well is you're style when you're rocking june coast they were just like a light blue jean okay and i was just like what were you into at the time i was really lost as far as my fashioned style and i was in middle school i think it's like i feel like a little hole yeah and i'm just trying things i try not to try and make up out i couldn't i still wasn't buying a lot of my own makeup of using my mom's make it wasn't real experimental time i really i mean i did ditched dumb soon after that yet but i would i would rock them with white sneakers in like some sort of rocking with high i dunno wages so i have no i do not leave at the time where you go hair extensions china cool is do mattered yeah just try and find that that target well they were like it was a lot of vm what do you call those kids like the the the gods kid rock them right so i felt like i'm not god but like trying to figure out my style but that was the gotham trend yeah definitely hype lot all hanging off of it yeah well let me tell you something they're back okay and if you remember back in the day you could get that shit pretty much anywhere civic son where wherever it wasn't like it wasn't like trying to get off white virgil out below type shit while now they're coming back and it's like in a limited quantities end there china make it like a bespoke denim experience my not because you know how many how much the cheapest urging goes costs in the nominee issue or the new reissue two hundred twenty five dollars three hundred fifty four the fucking the l e limited edition shit wow capitalism yeah and they look exactly like they did oil yeah arab they are huge or they look like you hates her parents yeah exactly you hunter parents in the early nineties right yeah but i guess that's all it's so funny how everything's coming like sickly back yeah because i was wearing a hat christina aguilera dripped justify toured t shirt and the farmers market dislike younger woman was like oh my god that shirt so cool or did you buy that and i was like at the tour that forces like wow like as if it was like that's like crazy now it's like damn where'd you get that all that shirt right career look at this old guy is a lot of bell bottom jeans okay at the time yeah and they're like ellie i am where where were you living at the time massachusetts norwood massachusetts okay middle school but even then we felt like oh it's coming back like bellbottoms yeah seventies in i think dub on his back again and did you have the heels of a mall just stepped on an tattered flag walking all over oh yeah definitely i think everybody has had no i wouldn't have have you know ready jingles around the ham yeah but yeah i'm just a it's so weird i just don't get it this these are the moments where i'm like yes i am old and i do not i no longer understand i think it's like the ever lasting value of nostalgia right that's all it showing like my whole last like ten years i feel like everyone's like net flicks came on and friends is the biggest show on netflix right the biggest sean like everyone's just recycling old things yeah yeah that sounds is valuable let's just regressed together in every possible way i mean this it might be like i think this is the line if fashion cycles back to like real baggy jeans that like i'm not going what's it stuck here yeah yeah yeah yeah i think i'm just wearing straight leg genes the rest of my life cuts yeah anybody if people start dressing like michael jordan again i'm out yeah oh man that age though i feel like millennials are all at that age where were gonna whatever were doing now is what will be doing were fifty right yeah like what i'm listening to i i started listening to lauren hill again because that's what i was listening to when i was like in high school and college and right still fire yeah nobody else stuff is still and start listening to the score again fiery a skit i'll be listening to tom fifty now there's like little now that i don't know who that is why it's happening is the mean god yeah but i don't know i'm you know i'm just like oh i'm at that age when i just like ignore new stuff yeah there were times to and i'm like looking at like even artist i know like rappers and i'm looking at the future fuck is this right like toddler man right now this fucking screen name rapper names is not screaming like xxx roxy chick one day i act sex that's true i mean like all right that's gonna do it for this week's weekly guys please lake and review the show if you like the show a means the world the model t you need year validation folks i hope you're having a great weekend and i will talk to you monday by do right miles you know on a ferris she's charming she's lovely she's hilarious oh yeah and she's going undercover in a new snack size series you'd watch on a disguise herself go undercover with hidden cameras to find out what crazy thing