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A Guest Interview With Ryan Zorn of Clear Creek Resource Partners

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A Guest Interview With Ryan Zorn of Clear Creek Resource Partners

"All right a everyone welcome to the oil and gas podcast today is friday may thirty one a year where the myself going aaron my co host mr endangered aaron well hello good morning good morning a were joined today in studio radio andy entercom global studios of a a here in denver and were joined by the president and ceo of clear creek resource partners ryan storm ryan does yeah thanks for having thank you for being here i do appreciate that and by way of background clear creek research partners was formed in hadn't been is in early twenty seventeen or late twenty sixteen yeah you gotta correct we spent a good portion of sixteen trying to fundraise around an idea in finally closed are first round of funding and early early seventeen and a have been out it ever since in clear creek is they just a pure dj offer here yeah yeah that's correct a we a we're sort of multi base in in are screening process no in the very early days but we pretty quickly planets and flags up along the colorado wyoming border in a very rural part of a weld county and in southern laremy county wyoming so awesome a yeah we've accumulated about a little over forty thousand acres in him next question having that occurs yeah and were sort of a sandwiched in between what is now the high point her prefer position a in in weld county and then a to that's immediately to our east a enemy leach or north would be year jeez a what historically it's been a very heavy coat l a development play and hillary kelly wyoming's or south and east of of cheyenne gotcha logan i mean that's great and thank you again for joining us i do appreciate that and no more excited about it the typical structure on this one is we kind of go through this and you know news and highlights of the week see if there's any take away anything we can really discuss with the being a shortened week i don't know there's a whole lot i guess a what's come up to the top here would be a guest on wednesdays today we saw devon made a strategic move quote unquote strategic move a departing canada's selling its assets to canadian natural resources is around two and a half the two point eight billion a good move them bad move i think it's it's a great move a in the fact that the markets asking companies should be focused high rates of return projects are being a little bit more trudeau to who you are instead of having these kind of disparate a assets if you will and so i think you know devon notices able to do what they're doing canadian natural the buyer these assets gets what they want out of it and so i think you know here's another multi billion dollar move of people really focusing in on what they may be really good at and so i think that's a it's a good transaction for forever be a either item popped on up a ethica energy energy a i guess they're acquiring shove ron north sea ltd to bill each round is just bringing in the dollar's breakout season emanate i i wanna break up fake 'em yeah it's i guess it's on a going to just make them be second largest producer in the north sea and and you know certainly being soups wholly owned subsidiary of delic group so i guess that you know that was one of the other i guess highlights on their let me see what else i'm kind of going down the list i'm taking a look the deal we had a press release this week announcing sing a it's authorization for additional lng exports a from freeport lng and i guess they now de authority to export additional point seventy billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from ellen g in thoughts on that one you kind of make mentioned earlier about exports and ellen g and yeah i'm not as i should have reviewed the the data before i i just wanted you on the spot sorry i think it's been one of the eye opening things for us as you know where we are were mostly creed producers but the export capabilities of the u s m inequality is of courage that were now producing out of jail is in high demand around the globe and i think we've had weeks where we export at three million barrels a day in this country which is astonishing given that we couldn't do it not too many you're not too many years ago right near that we mentioned people saying hey were exploiting but why are we still importing running that question don't like family and friends of yeah i think i mean there's been a lot of conversation a here in colorado over the last year about the components of energy and why it does what it does and and i think that is a confusing point for people why are we still importing and i'm shaky on my numbers here but seven ish million barrels a day maybe seven eight is that whenever right in there yeah but ten generally that's lower quality crude you know quote unquote it's tends to be heavier attends the rosiest has historically come from places like venezuela and some of the even shouting 'em you know is generally bruce lower quality of crude a heavier grade then what were pulling out of shales here but the whole refinery complex along the gulf coast with retrofitted over the last twenty years because that was the supply that everyone thought they could see coming they didn't unrealized shale would be such a dominant feature and are supply equation today right producing the quality of crew but it does and so you know here the refineries and spent billions you know you know you know retrofitting there or or reconfiguring their facilities to take the heavier shower grades and you know so that kind of creates the export market yeah for for are crews a did did it now blended with some of those a heavier grades around the globe to create a product deal that's optical and so were were were playing a larger role and then global a boiling gas marketing with yellen g with this announcement from the daily a glass that gaskin be part of that global conversation in any oil a deported corpus christi announced this week as well 'em then it began work on its dredging projects to allow heavier ships to get through that port i move more crude a global markets and so we we had the court order corpus christi in dallas is right yeah so it's it's kind of fun actually see that they were making mentioned that this was a twenty year a project in the making making in our were finally doing it was kind of nice to see the the dallas momentum and actually something happening on that front to okay well i didn't have much of the way of other highlights by license so is there anything you guys want to touch base on no i think that's a good transition into kind of the rest of art are top again and again really one's kind of we'll have a good dialogue here with ryan and i guess before we get into it a just a little bit of background about yourself you're you're colorado guy right correct native yeah i a born and raised in fort morgan colorado which is eighty miles northeast of denver a sort of on eastern periphery of the dj base in historically speaking but i went car school mine's a was on my way to do double major in mineral economics and petroleum engineering but i always had a more of an interest in the finance and of the business and a kind of the things all related to analytics is not a very good engineer a lot just say that our rights the decision would sort of be made for me probably but a i was fortunate i was i was a guinea pig in minds i was the first undergrad classic graduated with an undergrad and mineral economics thrillers they'd always had a masters and phd program so probably one of the first in a series of good luck good timing you know events and my short time on the earth but i was able to get a job offer and the follow my fifth year before i had all my other patrol engineering degree completed i interact thing done 'cause i'd spent so much time in my first two years of ordering the hard stuff and taking electives with the grad students economics department and a a i had a job offer the go work for a small company that's now unruly i just some burl ives called john us herald but it was sort of investment research benchmarking 'em you know kind of similar things the intercom i think that does today a and i was in charge of the database in databases sort of a new concept on kind of old this is nineteen ninety six a but kevin online database that business development groups and investment banks some ltd you know bigger investors would subscribe to and we would try to describe them you know what was going on any emanate markets in capital markets and it was a tremendous foot in the door for me to these types of groups and it wasn't very long before a client had hired me the got a houston being drunk analyst and investment banking group 'em has always pretty interested in the stock market a couple of years after that a couple of floors above me simmons and company was expanding their platform beyond just oilfield service focus businesses and so they i was one of two guys they hired to start their equity research practice 'em covering independent mp's so from the smallest to largest really cool spectrum on and matt simmons a really prolific guy in industry and open up a ton of doors then i'd never deserved 'em but it was it was a fantastic avenue really start to study companies in from the bottom up like sort of bringing this technical angle city analysis which really wasn't prevalent back in those days i wouldn't say i mean we're kind of one of the first to bring out any v is the cornerstone of are recommendation neurology 'em a but people you know the enron was about the blow up i mean there were a lot of energy black boxes the burn people in the merchant space in so this any v approach was sort of visible had a had a time and energy to it yeah at it and so it really resonated and of course it was just as the shale phenomenon phenomenon was lifting off 'em which really lent itself so we're coming off this whole bright spot driven thing along the gulf coast and the gulf of mexico where it was not totally one and done type of things but it was very a of you know very each geology driven right in inside in the in in the three d phenomenon and all that data all that data we had some really generated all that supply what's going on meanwhile the rest of the country is in decline 'em until shale really difficult but 'em that's really interesting and i didn't appreciate where 'em you run the investment banking side 'cause you you're career really has spanned sort of investment banking you've been a un asset manager a bama by side on so you know you're you've got engineering background you've got the financial background and and now you're you're you're moved over onto the operator side of things so it's really it's actually pretty impressive you've got quite the spectra yeah i've always felt very fortunate 'em this industry is afforded me a ton of opportunity you know i've been able living houston in new york 'em fir came from fort morgan that was maybe you could have consequences used in the new yorker sort of unattainable adding not even on the radar quite frankly 'em i've met incredible people out here you know that equity research experience you got the dialogue with kind of c suite people very early on in your career which again you know that's a pretty unique you know circumstance and 'em and then you're sort of this liaison between you know companies and then they're investor base and so it's an interesting position to be in in trying navigate those constituencies cause a centrally the by you know the investors were are clients 'em so a it was a it was a really informative time in my life and then allow me that were you know going through this whole transformation how data moves right in house disclosed in 'em i again i just think right place right time i it was it was fun to be on the sell side being a research analyst but then go into the buy side you know you could manage a lot money just by herself because all this data was flowing at you and there is capacity to manipulated and generate ideas off of it more so than i think any recent i mean any time in history right there is a lot of evolution there which what's changing at a very fast pace which sort of one of the reasons why i got out of it in two thousand twelve and had a good run and i i want to get back towards the business in be involved in it more personally you know indirectly and so i shut down when i was doing in two thousand twelve and then ultimately that you're at intercom conference i wasn't sure what i'm gonna do a mountain out of a conversation with one of the board members at bonanza who is running a who is still running precision drilling kevin love you i mean it was sort of a a nick knowledge method they they might need some help they just become public ebony enza and i was really interesting be involved in the dj and so my initial days days and there were some of the most fun of my career is a big transition from me and and i i really loved wearing a lot of hats in what was still a pretty small company but but a ton of tailwind in the dj was a noble anadarko arco in particular really elevating the dj it'd be sort of it there on shore marquee asset and for good reason and 'em so you know it bonanza sort of the the best of times and then it got to be the worst of times you know in you know the with the when the cycle turn but i know that sounds like the energy space but it you know it was that was a very disappointing a outcome for me i you know it was just speak again i i had high school friend of the workforce in the field and so there is a lotta yeah just a lot of connection a there a in a number of respects and who's part of the watch in in and you know i felt you know responsible for well certain parts of it yeah yeah 'em you you know you're you're you're back here you're in colorado in now you won't things i wanna ask you about if you've been very vocal proponent at least linked in wives of positive messaging about oil and gas industry and i want to explore a few of those posts which you that's all right sure and so and because it actually i think is is a refreshing we also do one of 'em is on oil and gas and be liberation of women i i haven't seen that actually you know really from anyone we have a interaction without a women's energy network but but which i would have that expectation but you come along and you've got these posts on this who could you talk about that you you mentioned the quote unquote the liberation women as one of the most powerful underappreciated result will be available only use oil and gas in the past hundred and thirty years yeah well this that post was a result of a video the mercedes benz put out about the first voyage of sorts of the first car the car opens had produced and it looks like a motorized try cycle 'em but maybe at the conclusion we can provide some links to these things 'em but for me it was very i opening obviously it's it's there's actors you hear what is this this sixty mile car ride she took her two boys you know and i think it would south western germany 'em go see her family and to sort of did it without asking carl and a first so she was pretty tough lady i mean i you know the the courage to do that i think is something we have a hard time appreciating right now but she did she had to be inventive on the way 'cause it broke down multiple times in this video sort of the picks that in his very condensed form but it also shows the living conditions a that you know were prevalent back this is eighteen eighty eight which in the grand scheme of things isn't that long ago right i mean i you know we have you here in the usa have been lowered the sleep because we've now probably three generations in the everybody having a light switch that always works right but that is not the case were billions of people around world and certainly i think that has 'em critical impacts for women and children and a lot of these societies tend to be patriarchal and women are forced to you know go get out of the water do all the cooking cleaning 'em you know kids aren't being educated i mean when you don't have steady light at night literacy rates suffer and you know just i think there's a lot of interesting studies on just the cost of light and how it's exponentially decrease in the last hundred years in particular some of these edison to the second one which was where you improvements in human wellbeing you said you know like in eighteen hundred and forty three percent of the kids worldwide never saw their fifth birthday right in in in the time that first car ride was executed 'em you the number was a quarter 'em you know they're they're still places in the world did have that sort of mortality rate they're all kind of central africa my 'em you know the most desperate you know living conditions we know on the globe today 'em in conceited they have no reliable liable accessed energy and so i mean i'm not saying it's only precursor for quality of life and u n has a human development index that i've created a couple of charged where you could sort of see the correlation between interviews in total this is oil electricity natural gas just energy across the board per person that there is a very distinct correlation and it's really incomes to of course 'cause they you know you could afford the inner right right 'em which gets us probably into the next topic of like some of these movements their foot and then i really believe sort of an arms race 'em towards women solar are making energy less affordable that's what we've witnessed so far and there's a lot of claims of course the get may but that's not the case with new projects but we we haven't yet proven to be true and it's it's a little concerning me obviously because we've got instances even in our own country were the rate of inflation of power prices just looking at that in isolation have been fifty percent greater than the national average when people are trying to implement heavy winds solar agendas 'em even get into that further if you'd like but it well no no this is that you bring up a really good point and there were so gosh darn it i cannot recall the be article that i read recently but it was an amazing at the manhattan institute discussing be efficiencies the be wenden solar crowd has gained over the past decade and a half you were not going to see those jumps inefficiencies any further literally because restrictions on physics yeah the the the is increasingly you know miniscule to really be impactful full to making these other forms of alternative energy they contribute but they certainly are at the point where they're gonna replace you know i think that's the hard psychological thing because we've seen so much advancement smith in how if you're backed information flows and and just you know what the power of you're i phone is and how that volved in your lifetime you up witness that ran in so you think that is translate of all that sort of inflection is translated into physics oriented business there were enough supply and energy of various forms and i'm all for portfolio i don't mean the single out one in so i do think a portfolio approach is is totally appropriate i worry when we get into a well for gonna go hunting percent to a couple of forms they're totally you know today unproven to supply peak demand levels and that's the other thing i think people get wrong or don't recognize is you can't look at an annual average judge a demand level you have to look at you know in in colorado august july when ac loaded conditioning load is the greatest ironically that's when the when blows the least so there's these in his while uptown natural gas generation offset that and that doesn't get reflected in some of the the the the project koss don't account for what you gotta build back up a supplemental power for for the variability of the weather driven power supply winning solar in so looking at those costs in isolation is the wrong analysis right i mean it's not what will be reflective ultimately in the rate based at the consumer will pay you 'em you're a strong supporter of locally of these i i say quote hashtag energy strong here in colorado is it is it frustrating have your message of liberation of women improvements in human wellbeing at odds with what is now coming out of state government in colorado particularly as it relates to senate bill one eighty one in part of that prop one twelve and the message that when when the base of that messages the industry is detrimental people's health yeah yeah it's very tough this year because i care deeply about state it's people obviously i leave here i you know i mean i i my family lives in eastern colorado a you know i relive on all sides of the dj base in my my immediate family 'em they're talking about admissions and and you know then it does need to be dealt with certainly those valid concerns but the odyssey a detriment of industry is whole well again i think people you no thinking back to what we've been through kind of politically in the last year you had obviously the ballot initiative one twelve which would have created a very large setbacks relative to current regulation relative to a lot of different things not just occupied structures which again you had to really dig into the details that ballot measure to understand it impacts and you know even for us there 'em in extremely rural parts of weld county that bill would have been devastating bill the ballot measure the ground never had that pass because it it also buffered against intermittent streams which you know the prairie in colorado is full of goalies and washes the drain rainfall when it does come in usually comes in verse thunderstorms and so you get these you know many caverns the the the evacuate the water right but those brennaman streams and they're all over now in so you can't go another twenty five feet without encounter in another one so that's why would have you know blotted out are entire business right so you know that was but that but that ballot measure was pushed by by coastal concerns there keep it in the ground folks they're very antifa also you'll folks but they were disguising in projecting it as eight local health safety control measure which is soon as that thing was defeated they hire joe salazar who's coming off his stint at legislator and you know they're all about litigation now in we also had the martinez supreme court decision common i think it was january february 'em you know there were they had had a conflict with the ceo gcc that they were issuing permits without in their minds a accounting for the chemo the facts of all sorts of in 'em impacts the a wildlife water air climate change it they ultimately lost that case face but it feels like one eighty one sort of crafted around that decision to give more opportunity for legal challenges to each one of those components of impact which we and then again we have to own a a variety impact we all have them when solar has them i mean just all energy forms of impacts absolutely 'em so a yeah the the discussion a has very quickly just become very political and it's been hard to keep it grounded in a lot of fact 'em and there's a ton of emotion of involved in it because people there's been a lot of migration to colorado and people have come here for you know maybe an idea that they would you know see the rising i mean i mean not not that they don't but they never expected have any intrusion to that m a n so you know where that i think that's sort of the the battle of public opinion that we but i think it's a very small a very vocal minority 'em but then you've flare that on with green new deal and some of the things are now bubbling up nationally which i think are are sort sort of a you know eight eight eight directa attempted just fight trump right in i'm you know trump loving made him indifferent to whatever you're issue is when he pulled out of paris he's sort of made this whole thing in my estimation at a target 'em in a there's an released a climate change there's really nothing more divisive you know that you know if you're left leaning you're you're totally believe in it if you're if you're right leaning you tend to maybe have a more moderate view you may not you may believe the climate is changing but you don't think it's catastrophic as as you can and i answered my next question a little bit but is this just a colorado issue and i think we can all saying no it's not a colorado issue this kind of really interesting microcosm but one other operators 'em learn from what's going on here to maybe come together and maybe educate folks a little bit better or what responsibilities are are we gonna have to bears and industry the kind of move forward down a path you know 'em i wish i had an answer i knew anyone who would make in yeah i but i do think i mean you know i haven't really been involved you know from this angle like i've always felt like a you know i knew enough about how the industry operated and the benefits of provided but i never get you know 'em took the time to try to bring that's the front and rank and make sure that people under students at i was my friends neighbors you know that crowd like we we kinda getting her silos and and talk to each other and industry and we sort of an echo chamber but i think we just the good news is and all this i think we've mobilized a lot of people who have gotten more comfortable comfortable having the conversation and again i kinda come from a background where i'm used to having the conversation with people who i mean is the sell side analysts you gotta develop thick skin quickly 'cause there's a lot of people think you're wrong half the time right so i'm used to being wrong doesn't bother me is maybe as much as other people but it's but again it's i think there's i think they're bnb cows data is so rich these days in available people we need to equip are are are colleagues to have this conversation and i you know one of the guys that i think is doing a remarkable job and i really try to mimic him as as best i can a chris right at liberty a you know his talk i mean were you know is really the he's out giving i think more frequently now is really you know linkages between a hydrocarbon discovery use is an overall public health 'em i i think is full of positivity that is hard to reject especially on a global basis i think in u s we sort of plateau tibet so we don't see that rate of change but for people in the most desperate conditions around the globe they see that rate of change in its if it is totally selfish ross to deny them 'em of the chance of tibet otherwise you know you really you really touch on good point and that is is this is communication and messaging and the and the downshift us a little bit from you know just industry but but you are taking them as you are involved with education of kids so they have a perspective and i want you to talk a little bit about that it's a with a core elementary fourth and fifth grade stem class is that right well yeah i mean again i i shouldn't say that i'm like totally i've i've done it as a couple of times now first of time i it is a a stem class down the cherry creek school district i'm a i'm a teacher there who i had gone to high school with new i was involved in the business and we're just looking confer outside speakers become but this was in february march right in the midst of one eighty one right so i'm wondering how you got involved in that so yeah so i went literally one day i went from speaking to a fourth grade stems students to testify in front of the senate finance committee is like an end do they have the same questions while the fourth graders had more question says a tougher road yeah and i'm not that's not a dig on no on on the testimony process at all that that is a brutal for all all parties i think that's a that's an endurance race and especially on that particular issue i think two of the four times i testified was after midnight holy cow so you could about imagine what people's attention span while at that point right now but i you know i think again i i i've been thinking a lot about this or you know we worked up to the november election how do i talked to my friends and neighbors how do i you know just communicate the base concepts of why were doing what we're doing and then that just translate into a bunch of material but i thought could be morphed into you know an hour long talk a fourth grader 'em a second grade on first grader but fourth grader i know or fifth grade 'em part of their curriculum in dps is an energy you mhm and a so i got the packet from the teacher and you know by volume it's crazy i mean maybe ten percent on on oil and gas although probably thirty forty percent of the packet is dedicated the propane of all things and the rest of it is solar no dan just in in terms of proportions on like what actually delivers interview people right totally mismatched right you know it's just 'em so you know i kinda you know you kind of see that curriculum and i get my my kid and then throw but a a you know i just felt like there was maybe a need to you know maybe bring a leash on a perspective in in in you know try to be as a you know you know i just source everything's free 'em you it's total fact i mean not not you know opinion and you know giving the fourth graders i mean i do any good but 'em but just be there in the end they when you when you start a asking them questions they it's a pretty rich discussion it's it was actually pretty refreshing ice that's pretty neat so i i've got a a third grader going in fourth last day of school today 'em in a first grader in preschooler but i'll have gotten a couple of times this year for my first grader you work in oil and gas yeah i'm told this and i was like reagan nece and into the negative calms it wasn't a negative context but you you know it it their conversations happening at a very young age that that maybe don't have as much background for for what it is truly going on and i think those are important places to to make sure were giving folks the facts giving folks and opportunity to make decisions for themselves through a fast pace i i've looked through stuff it's it's really interesting i love that yeah and you get a book here you've brought in it's it's chock full yeah it's probably you no it's a little bit of overkill but you know i guess my point is you wanna be prepared as you can be to to address as you can people's questions and it's okay to say i don't know but i think it's also imperative you get back to him like if you don't know something go figure it out 'em build a network around herself i mean again i think we all have to do that or in in some resources i mean they're the data's out there i mean is there for you to go get and it's not that if you take some time to navigate it and hopefully you can i mean happiness you're my material anybody who who brings us or things you and wants it but because i do i i'm confident i i stand behind 'em i've done a ton of work on it i mean it's my it's my work so i guess you have to trust yeah but but i think after listening again to people like chris right and others 'em a i mean there's the the team of koga 'em obviously is very well versed in speaking directly to the political class that's implementing a lot of things going on around us on the biggest misconception or push back the easy 'em from who when you're talking to students or the political class i i think it's it's well let me i don't know if i'm gonna answer you're question is directly is i probably ought to 'em isn't open ended question but i it feels to me like people don't understand what weaken supply a in various forms right it were you know one of the one of the charts in here i mean we're getting two thirds of our energy from oil and natural gas his primary energy consumption in the uss right 'em you know meanwhile renewables which is a cold collection of things welby on winning solar is eleven percent today now that's growing but just the the rate of change it needs to have between now and two thousand forty four renewables in winning solar in particular to be a hundred percent that wedge as you look at the share of total energy supply would have to grow at a rate we've never seen you know in our history right of of energy consumption and so i get worried about that you know that in in what does that mean for our prices what is it mean for land use 'em especially you know being his eastern colorado kid m eastern colorado's where we have the window resource and that's really what's gonna drive that wedge of energy supplies relates the power production and interstate then i i would say you know some of the conversations i've had the infrastructure that has to go in place to make some of these things happen again as we said and all four whole basket of of solutions right now where we sit today in gonna try and put a timeline on something you know what corners are we willing to cut the get their 'em and i don't think that's benefit for us right i mean one of the you know i'll just give you another kind of again try and i i tried to do some work to basically come it 'cause this i think the hardest concept for people to compare a kilowatt hour two a barrel of oil how those two things really had i come together yeah in converge everything thing to a british thermal you know that's the saving grace and all this like all that conversed to a unit of energy that you can standardize normalize across various forms in one of the most interesting exercises and i opening a then i did i took are decline curve we expect to have in are wells drilled in the northern extremity the dj and i converted are well molecules and are gas molecules to be two years and we have a foreigner turban windfarms it sits directly or rent of twentyfive miles to are east of are development this this foreign determined windfarms sits all around the pony beauts which again i'm not claiming eastern carter's like any sort of tourist destination straight the nation but you know you just like most interesting topographical feature of the eastern plains way the chalk blas but these turbans kind of not built it directly on top of the butte but on the on the shock blessing the ridge lines that surrounding in you can get power production data from this particular windfarm by month from today it again the residents of data's is out the accurate 'em in but what i discovered when i did all this conversion is that one of are two mile horizontal wells will over its life will produce the same number of btcu equivalence as the kilowatt hours produced off of fourteen of those turbans in the cedar creek windfarm now there's forerunner of those turbans when you drop polygon around it in google maps awesome yeah well you're gonna you're gonna figure out what you know what area occupying sixty thousand acres just or around the perimeter of those for her turbans and then you could see him for thirty five miles on all sides yawn that not the end of the world but doctors you consume yeah and they blanket night 'em and therefore you know the foreigner feet tall they're big massive yeah i've seen the trains coming through there were doing this little side story sorry we're doing it feel tour and we visit the halliburton a facility up up in a in a dj base and right next door they're making the win winter vines and they're loading up on the plane into a trance and so we had a bunch of investors out there were all looking at the harbor and stuff and everyone kind of turns their own got really interested in their loading up this giant massive of one turbine under like three cars of trains at a disadvantage and everyone's like holy cow and so you know you have this happening in the dj base in aberdeen together but just the size and scale of those things yeah let's kind of put a place in just in that moment of yeah he's a big and they're built remotely i mean they're installed remotely right now i mean this is truly areas of weld county almost no one traffic's running right 'em but the reality of the land years is that a if we put a fourteen wells on to pass unoccupied total of ten acres that that's gonna throw off the same number of energy units it's as thirty thousand acres of win turban so fourteen times fourteen hundred ninety six basically half of that footprint of that windfarm could be achieved west to five acre pads 'em with seven wells and peace and so again you know and that's sort of resonates with you know people who are concerned about environmental byron panels sure 'em they by definition and i as i am too i wanna protect are open space in a i really don't think that messages lost yeah and in at least you know when you can still grays around it 'em but you know those were massive structures i mean there is tall his that confluence building if people have been across mario that that apartment building i mean that's there's a slide my doctor sort of shows that scale but you know that's the type that's the that's the height of a winter urban right in their place you know you know so every for every month i mean they're they're the density and that's the big question like you know a is the density right out there and it may choir more land use if they build bigger turbans because right now you know that's a time when court ford or the area we marian nice bright purple right that that is the best win resource we have in the state so it's only natural that was the first to be developed just is like are business yeah we're gonna we're gonna drill the first things back yeah best first things first right yeah but you know to to actually supplier what we need and the state 'em because again you could put up a lot of flashing megawatt capacity numbers and it seemed really big but that's just capacity that doesn't say what outputs and that doesn't say what outputs in july 'em you gotta you gotta do the megawatt our a calculation right to get there and that's the actual volume of power we we demand and consume so and then not dimension the storage and she goes out of a bright peak and you know when are we gonna actually need it what day is that right in stores is key and i mean that's the beauty of harder carbon weaken store very easily oil and natural gas very cheaply and that's the party equation that you know if it is when if in win it is figured out 'em you know women solar 'em you know opportunity i think will be much better much more viable shrimp sure absolutely i wanna take i mean you're obviously been a strong advocate for the for the industry you've you've dedicated his career to the energy 'em as you think about now as the cfl of a of a company how does what's going on here in in colorado from politicals standpoint you're you're an operator here change some of your financial decisions and in a way that you allocate capital here yeah very interesting question 'em i'm glad we had our money raised before prop one twelve was titled sectors they i mean i don't know how that would have played 'em you so we basically raised are capital into phase that might have mentioned it but a the second phase closed before prop one twelve you sort of submitted dollars day and there is visibility ability or something like that may be may find itself on the ballot 'em i think there's a pretty clear public market discount 'em in the equity markets in particular 'em for for dj base and centric names in the in the whole upstream and it's even morphed into i think midstream but there's there you know the buy side a is totally reforming itself 'em a into demanding demanding more yield a more return of capital versus just gross 'em and i'm sure there's a lot there's a lot of self mosey non in all corners of this equation right has the investor base was and able in a lot of the you know in navy driven gruden's what they asked us to do well there i mean there's a there's a part of that right i mean everyone's complicit to a degree right a but now you know you're being delivered a message a that that is is much different than what we've spent a lot of our careers navigating in so yeah how you how you x it investments is a real question for a private equity back come like ours when you've got a lot of you know a good number of dj names that might be trading basically you know they're enterprise values were basically their production their their value their production there's not a lot of credit being afforded by the public markets to their inventories and of course that's what we possess now we a we think the the rural nature of are position will be attractive somebody eventually as they sort of exhaust a human tori the thing they're they're attempting to convert to production inland urban cores but yeah we we're fortunate we own a lot of big leases that are that are largely held by productions so one of the benefits of are position we don't have a lot capital spending left due to completely holder position right in perpetuity basically his lungs were keeping production production corner masher so but yeah were you know were are capitalise were trying to stage that in a very prudent way right at this point i mean we've got i know we've had a tough week in the markets here but you know a a fifty five dollar price for us is is is very doable herbal 'em certainly would love to see sixty five i mean that opens up a ton of a lot of value rang 'em but a m you know while you're sort of on the on the brink of just generating the ride economic terms in oregon were not in a program so revealing one off wells which you know for small small operators like us you know are toss or certainly different 'cause we don't have program buying power 'em that you know the bigger independence certainly doing the base and but are big objective right now is just ordinary that's pretty devoid of recent vintage data points were in area that a you know ironically is right next door the jake well is was drilled and kicked off the whole now not all are is on the roadway but you know frac design was tiny compared to what were executing today and so a you know we believe the resources is reliable there we have to prove that people 'em 'em but we think you know the the very by modal distribution of results that were done you know in the early part of this decade 'em can be corrected with different engineering approach i'm along those same lines i mean you have assets in colorado you have assets in wyoming a and certainly not asking you necessarily speak specifically about your incremental acreage process but if you start at just see any detergents and the value of acreage twain state lines not where we are and we can we really hug the border from a there's some very interesting things going on in more northern where midcounty 'em hell us oil and gas is drilled some really really interesting wells here in the last year year and a half 'em so that's probably the the thing that's catching capturing people's attention you know up even north of us in wyoming is probably something to watch a but a i would say that we we have not yet and seen any by four tation between the two states must boston and i'm i'm glad to that yeah i mean again we don't have a lot of represent a data point wyoming is pepper west permits from eugene anadarko and so it's been a little harder for us to to 'em wedge are way in to wyoming in the regions you get it on southern learning accounting but just because of the the dominance of those two entities in their per permit footprint 'em has you know has been a challenge for anybody trying to establish that was a sizable position alongside them even operates in an operator transgender well that's okay what do you got v a lower were were coming up on ours here and 'em a what's going to take a look at thee we we've got this podcast this guy's on emails oji podcasts enter comic where people can ask questions and we could relate i'm on a sometimes also with the twitter twitter feed weaken a guest stuff through there as well but i'm taking a look i've got a couple of questions here but i i'm not i think we've already i actually probably already answered those a workaround clear creek resource a position where you are was the impact of new legislation on you're production and future plans if there's anything expand upon on that but we already have talked about yeah probably probably not women were still kind of delineation mode right now 'em a so a were were picking her spots carefully 'em in a but the idea would be as you get in the next year you're 'em you if you if you connect the dots well enough 'em and have enough production history together you're sponsors confident enough of it you you've got something that's that's viable and repeatable 'em you know then you then you start to act a little more real and hopefully the the flywheel of internally generating cash flow in in in some modest use of you know reserve base lending those sorts of things start to take shape withstand a you know we recently a dinner first credit facility for instance but it's it's early right i mean were were were sort of pdp light still at this churn at this stage but 'em really happy with you mean we drove basically 'em six wells so far 'em one of which has been on almost a year now and it's a really great result relative to some to even two thousand fifteen vintage well that was thrilled about a mile away from it by another operator in a so were were seen really positive indications but were not you know ready just the stand up and and utilize it you know day in day out in full force yeah yeah yeah yeah there's again a question here but i don't see i'm not gonna go down that road 'cause it's you've already answered it so 'em well we've covered a lot of territory 'em meal from the broad macro and on down to just operations and you know you do you mentioned this a couple of times we have this year reference material here and you said it's available is that correct i'd be happy to share it because you know it is it publicly available or people that's coming requested we have we have set up a shared folder that are depending on the district in a severe firewall i don't know some people may not be able to access many people can so i'd be happy to provide that link to you and maybe you could sure see audience or certainly but it's a long thing that i couldn't respect you write your house it yeah yeah no fair enough i tell you what i will do is end with entercom designer website maybe we should like make a link to it there we we can work on that yeah yeah thank you for the plug middleweight a yeah we would like to do is if anybody's interested in that you could never contact a myself aaron air com or potentially reach out to you if they know you're email address so sure and and have access to give it on a podcast should i say if anyone's interested will let you know okay one sounds good work on seeing away the weekend open that up a little because it is actually great information here's a little bit rich for me and i was like wow there's a lot here so yeah again it's more of a reference to equip one west some information as you get 'cause i mean questions and it's come from all all sorts of corners if you get into these conversations and it's and you'll learn a lot i mean i've learned a ton of and i think that's again also a good thing to be doing always always be learning especially from people who you know just again have totally different background in perspective it you do 'cause we are getting these blackout chambers especially what the way social media works and i think you need you need to get a get

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1119: "HyperTrending"

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1119: "HyperTrending"

"Yeah. You Rodney graph. No, Adam curry John's divorced ten twenty nineteen. This is your win and get one Asian media assassination. Episode eleven nineteen. This is no agenda. Racking truancy four climate and broadcasting live from the land to the airport runway sweet in the morning. Everybody on not occurring from northern Silicon Valley where we're contemplating the dirty thera- men Jesse Voracek. I didn't expect that one. You saw the video. Nothing like playing the thera- men with your breasts. Well, if you wanna call that play. Hey, man, that wasn't show material. I just sent it to you just know. So you can have a chuckle, and I would like to anyone find that video some some. Banned from those where a now I have to put it in the show notes. Recommend everybody wants to see it. And the notice for obvious reasons the show will not be playing any Michael Jackson records. Yeah. That shit is everywhere. Yeah. Because we don't play music that would be the the number one reason all the radio stations here doing the same thing. We're not gonna play. We're not gonna play any Michael Jackson. Rick. It's the oldest radio station trick in the book. Much of a trick. They're all doing it. That's a promotional thing. That's what it's that's what it's about promotion. Yes. We are. It's virtue signaling of the highest order. And we're also not gonna play any R Kelly know, it's crazy because no one ever complains about his playing Wachner with flight of the Valkyries only Hitler's most favorite song. I mean, just as a point of order, I know that that was actually Hitler's most favorite song. It was actually Goebbels favorite song. Because he felt that it got anybody all charged up and ready for the big speech that could be. Yeah. Which is why we play it. I think he favors saw with some whom pop pulling. Pop up in Papa. Yes. Well, I'm here in still and get my nation. Lowland state here to be able to do the show leaving tomorrow morning early at although. There's a code orange weather alert alert for tomorrow in the lowlands, which means snow and went under red. Yes. Snow and heavy wind. Which makes it a lot. I mean, it's not it's that's tougher for landing than taking off. But you never know what decisions they'll make. So I'm really hoping this is not too bad code orange. What is this? I wanna go home. I'm gonna be stuck. I hope not no let's think positive now. John. Oh, boy, not think it one way or another about it's going to really make a difference. No. So I I spent the weekend mainly hanging out with the kids with the millennials dad, you what what new millennial information have you for us all kinds of you. It would Dexter came over he flew in from the UK. So we could we could all hang out which was fine. He is such a mogul one day. He'll own us guarantee. You that's Christina's ex-boyfriend from the UK and executive producer of the no agenda show. Donate a while back. Let's see what did I here's here's something. I learned which I thought was interesting have you ever? Played grand theft auto. I'm sure you've seen it, obviously. But I don't if you've actually have everybody has. Yeah. Well, I mean, I I got no further delayed the whole game to win. It. I got level. I didn't get passed level one. I was bored. But when you're driving you have. Radio stations. Then you can switch between thing. It's four different radio stations. One. Interestingly enough is like a top forty nine hundred eighty s top forty DJ named Adam who also talks about conspiracy theories, which is why it came up in the conversation. The kids are like Emma and the still your identity in grand theft auto it's possible. But what what is fascinating is that these streams these streams that are on the radio station. They're available just in. I don't know tune in or some other apps. Maybe even I don't know. An exactly what you were L defy who knows? But kids actually liked to listen to this. They sit around and have this in the background this eighty muse eighties music with, you know, the nutty commercials and all kinds of crazy stuff this. I just found that to be an interesting interesting tidbit. Taking the the the radio streams out of game into real world. Yeah. Which stolen identities, right? What kind of conspiracy theory this guy, Adam go? Yes, he talks about he talks about area. Fifty three. I know exactly accuracy is not he's not. He's not. Well, it didn't wanna copy me too much. They figured that out. A couple of numbers. Area. Fifty one. Now, the only other really important thing. I learned you know, the Netherlands is as the ecstasy pill capital of the known universe. All the pills are made here. That. Yeah. That's a known fact it not know that. Oh, yeah. Oh, the Dutchman. Oh, yeah. Now, I've never taken ecstasy. So I don't know much about it. But I do know that you know, it started off back in I'm going to say the nineties and the the pill the everyone has pill machines who manufacture them, and they make this smiley faces and and sometimes Flintstones were different different characters guests man, guess what? The number one ecstasy pill is right now in the Netherlands with it is not only the most popular would also the most powerful, I think it's two hundred milligrams of whatever ecstasy your head close the Donald Trump ecstasy pill. Oh. Oh. It's really crazy. It looks just like the pill is orange. He's got his wavy hair and the kids bad. Yeah. Good Orangemen that orange and very good to the kids. Yeah. So yeah. Really? I'm thinking much else is relevant for the show. I do want to say that if you. Yes, if you do hear any glitches audio glitches. Yes. That is the correct usage of the term glitch, pretty sure through all the trouble shooting. The producers have done with me that this is a function of trying to run everything off of one USB three port through a hub. You know, it's very powerful powered hub and good quality. And I think I have the right chipsets. So I have doing what is advised is to purchase the doc which goes along with the with the surface, and that'll give me four actual ports own Microsoft, make something. Yeah. That's typical. Yeah. And I really I'm sad because who wants another brick another brick that needs power, which means another. You know, God knows how big the power. Ply is they never show that trying to keep everything lightweight, but we'll just have to deal. So you don't have to tell me that you heard a glitch. I'm not going to tell you don't honor talking to you. I'm talking to the producers. Talking to me I'm talking to the the lodge. All right this morning. We have breaking news with that. Breaking news. Ethiopian Airlines jet with one hundred and fifty seven people on board has crashed the buying seven three seven max. Eight took off from the capitol at about bound for Nairobi in Kenya. It came down near the town of Bischoff to in eastern Ethiopia. Tweeted his condolences for the one hundred forty nine passengers and eight crew on board. What memo the max eight memo? Yeah. Well, you know, statistically, I don't wanna fly is seven three seven max right now, there's not that man. These guys don't get to read the memo. But we don't know what happened. I mean, if this is the same. If this is the same runaway elevator problem than they get your, right? That didn't read the manual that we can call it the memo that would be that would be just tragically stupid. But it could be something else surprise me could. But I mean that was worldwide all pilots knew about this training programs manual, all kinds of stuff was was justed for that. So he had maybe more wrong. Or maybe this is just the airbus-boeing war heating back up again as if it ever went away. And it's only like, hey, but hey, boss boss did get more to Airbus shells because Airbus had some horrible numbers like the only sold to new planes or something some crazy ass just horrible sales number, and I guess it three eight either going to discontinue. Yeah. That's a shame. Hey bordello? More of a kind of a weird plan to even think about all the height of an it's seven forty seven to which one of the greatest our plans to ever invented Boeing stopping the seven forty seven. I think so either pulling back or something and selling them anymore. They're getting ready for those battery planes. I guess yeah. Battery planes, it's going to be. Stations are huge especially the ones in the middle of the Pacific. It's gonna be dynamite Niamh over here in euro land. So I of course, I'm watching the European news. Let me give you a quick rundown with let's start off. I don't think you haven't. With Brexit updates on Tuesday. Parliament is expected to vote on as unpopular Brexit withdrawal agreement which it rejected in January by an historic margin. Speaking in the English seaport of Grimsby where seventy percent voted delete, the U Mason if parliament defeats her deal again, it'll be taking a big gamble. A no one knows what will them we may know. We may leave without the protections of the deal provides. We may never be at the only certainty would be ongoing uncertainty. In fact, many blame may and parliament for the uncertainty which has caused businesses to postpone investment and persists with just three weeks to go before the UK is scheduled to leave the U. Yeah. It's coming down to the wire. Now. And I couldn't leave. Right. But what are they going to do? They push it off. They're not getting a delay. Getting a delay. The EU won't let them delay. You wanna bet? No, no. I'm just telling you what they're saying. I we're still waiting for the do over. And what would the strategy everything they can to get the do over to happen? But the public I guess is resisting or does enough members of parliament and have you know, that have ethics existing you measure. I don't know either. It's it's it's kind of quiet. You just don't hear much about. What what the actual plans are nothing on democracy. Now. Nothing on the news hour, none of that. Nope. If I had if I had a clip, I would've believed me on you know, I was trying to look for Brexit clip. There's nothing going on. It's just the quiet phase. Yeah. This is about all I could find as well. Just okay. There's nothing financial markets. There's nothing not talking about it. Did you hear about Finland? No finland. I have not heard about Finland is in political limbo after his government resigned on Friday over ditched healthcare reform. So. Fos aging population and financial constraints prime minister, it's government hut intended to cut the healthcare systems expenses bought the reform didn't get push through promptings, the it to dissolve his centre-right coalition just one month before parliamentary elections on holiday looks. And the outgoing prime minister said he had been left with no choice of his key policy had failed in a country where cutting costs to an extensive, but expensive healthcare system is a major political obstacle added that he was hugely disappointed by the outcome. Finland's president approved prime minister's resignation and off his government to continue a cat. Take a row until a new cabinet is appointed off to the elections due on April fourteenth disappointed. None of our we've got nights in Finland. I'd expect expected someone at least. Sent me a little note about this. I'm not sure what the healthcare system in Finland looks like in. If it's anything similar to the rest of Scandinavia, then we can kind of guess that the system is breaking at the seams. Then if they can't come to any agreement, and this would be their, you know, their I guess, they have socialized medicine presume, you know, the, yes, they do the parliamentary system usually have. When when the guy the head chief haunch or the prime minister mucketty monomer, one minister foam finger more has the gets the job of she gets in that job. They they have a policy change. They wanna make they have the votes behind it. And then they go ahead, and they push their agenda, and then fails. Yeah, they fall on their sword, twit, right? It said the it's called the cabinet. The cabinet fell is not what you're supposed to say. Well, something to happen. If the point is is that in that parliamentary system. That's what happens. Yeah. When you when you screw. You up right? Why didn't Theresa May quit? Oh, I see what you deal got a no confidence vote. Well, she's rep tilling into got voted down. Reptiles? Don't don't just give up. Just flick the tongue and keep on going. I don't know. With this. You know, so we'll see I'm very interested in this what exactly failed with their healthcare system. Now, it seems that these socialized systems are not working very, well, we talked about it in the preview show in the Netherlands where they're cutting stuff. Nice fine. Well since you bring up France this weekend act seventeen that would be do set. His what they call it wall to cannon and take us have become. Oh, what happened there roots? Hey. Can you still hear me? Yeah. That was that's odd rushes to short clip. No. It's not a short clip. It just let me see if I can reloaded homeless second. That was on what happened there. Walter cannon. And take us have become a familiar sight for visitors to Paris, but this weekend there are signs that France is yellow vest movement may finally have run out of steam piston thirty thousand I should point out. This is the globalist euro news reporting who just pass over the climate change tax that was included in the diesel and white people are really out initially. But okay. And of course, it's, you know, it's it's losing steam across the country turned out for the seventeenth weekend of protests which began over the price of diesel, but grew into more general expression of anger towards the government seen as out of touch with the less well off. Isolated clashes between police and demonstrators on Saturday, but nothing compared to the scene at the height of the movement. President Emmanuel Macron launched a series of town hall debates across the country in an attempt to defuse the tension, and that tactic appears paid off with opinion. Polls showing eight point rise. He's not rightish. Sure. Kill them with numbers EuroNews, though. He's really rising the polls the they're running out of steam. Yeah. The French don't really let up that easily. And especially now that the yellow vest are are throwing poop bombs at the cops, which is quite nasty. Report on any of that. Well, no, no, it's the globalist EuroNews go, France. And a better source for. A discussion on this phenomenon. Is the problem is that mainstream news in Europe is just not this report is the same everywhere. There's no mention of it in other places in in France. There's no places known mention of of this happening other people in other countries. We don't get any real. It's the glossed over news. Nate would talk about it here. And they talked about is a weekend phenomenon. It's like, you know, we doing this weekend where we're gonna put our vests on ten dollars a good point. Yeah. It's just it's only in the weekends. Yeah. It's not a big deal. It's like a hobby for them. Yeah. A little side side thing to do is announced going on in France. Now are we being sarcastic? We're being we're being sarcastic. Now. Aren't we gotta be careful that? No. To soar being sarcastic in the way that I think is dangerous which is that were expressing what you did. Yeah. That wasn't weeding whose you are. Oh, okay. And then I have a what the kind of sarcasm, I don't like by the weather's only recently, and I had to correct myself on a tweet because I was doing it. But oh, which was saying something that's not true not true right in a sarcastic manner. Thus your supposed to when you hear me. Yes. Stop that is not true. And then know that I'm being sarcastic and think it's also funny, right? And believe me it is. But is but that everybody can hear that. Right. If if one in three persons doesn't have a sense of humor than it. We're it's a disservice to the public. I have one last piece of news from Europe. Then this one's for you because it is listed as a huge food fraud scandal, which has been uncovered in Italy involving millions of euros worth of grapes. Use to make fraudulent bow Samec vinegar. Man. This doesn't surprise me. Now balsamic vinegar of Modena is one of these location protected food items under EU regulations of you know, like champagne, I guess you can't call a champion unless it's comes from shopping. You. So in this area in this case, it means in order to bear the name the grapes used in production have to be sourced from these specific spots. But a talent authorities have discovered that table grapes were being used. Being sold to some companies producing the traditional bow semi vinegar table, grapes. I fake grape. Well, it's real grapes. But they're not the grip should supposed to use for this particular product. Yeah. Now, would you be able to taste because it's been going on for years? Well, it might might have been are you able to taste the difference? I mean, you are a vinegar fiscal Nado, the you can taste it. Well, you. The problem with both Saul mic is because they there a the process for making. It involves no aging little aging a lot of aging, and it involves different specific gravities, which is what the o gravity is thickness specific gravity. Is pretty much thickness. Okay. Is it's the weight per volume kind of calculation, but anyway, so it can be very thick in. So you can pour. It comes out kind of like a syrup. More can be watery. Like, the stuff you buy at Costco. So there is not watery watery, but it's just watering. He's just it's like the same viscosity of of regular vinegar doesn't have any of the thickness that you get on a good bus omic. And thank you for forgiving us. The correct pronunciation balsamic, I think I always say balsamic, which is wrong masonic. I don't really think is important, but it is twenty. But I think that because of the variation in quality in style. I think it'd be very easy to to pass off the mediocre using the wrong grapes in making it to traditional way and get those flavors. I don't think it would be. I think it'd be very difficult to spot to be honest about it. Well, the scandal is upon us. I'm gonna have to have some some the scandalous stuff. You never know. You never know. It's possible. Diskette list of his better could be. Possible. It does happen. Man. This is actually kicks ass. We like it. It actually could be better if they marketed differently. I think you'd have for example, don't call it. But Soma call it as saw MC. Ooh. Nice B's somatic cry. Oh, an exit strategy. Yeah. New vinegar. We could write a book about it. I'm sorry. What am I thinking? Yeah. All right. What you got going on that side of the oh Seon? Well, let's start off at listening to Hillary try to speak to the southern twang. I wait a minute. This is not from the eighties. Is it? No, it's from like a couple of weeks ago because there's a famous video of her doing this southern twang when Bill was running Jesus's it all the time when she goes the churches. Let's listen. Let's be glad in it. What did she say in it? What did she say? And then let's get to work Reverend green when those bones get up. And when that spirit is breathed into them, and they start climbing out in that valley, the first place they go is to register to vote. Because I've heard Corey preach. Oh, yeah. Oh, poor other L Mississippi. Will you know? I mean, he just get ready that was that's other. Or is that black or is that black southern black congregational, southern it's cultural appropriation. No matter. What you call it. Oh, yeah. That's that is it's just lame. As like when you go to the Yuka churches, people love it. They do it all the time. It's interesting because when we whenever we get an Australian donation, and we speak in an Australian accent, the Australians, don't love it. When same with the British. They don't really love it editor. They don't love it. So what was this is she this is her? I'm not running thing. Now, she's just hanging out, and she's she's not running. But she's doing a lot of speeches. It's part of her not running. Now, you're you're still all in on her swooping in talents extended and she has to. I don't know man, Joe Biden seems to be the guy of the moment. That's like everyone's waiting for Joe seventy eight so just and he's also, well, it's also that he's I don't think he's all there. I mean, he's never been. But he's the Joe Biden's time has come and gone. And Bernie's time has come all come and gone. There's nobody they had nobody Sherrod Brown. Just dropped out. Yeah. We're gonna have them. Take him off my list because I thought he'd be a. Yeah. You had them up there. But what I heard is shared Brown dropped out because he heard the whisper that Biden was going to jump in. Will I'm sure by is gonna jump in even though he's like waffling but shared Brown is younger, and he's got more on the ball. You know? I don't know they think they're gonna run bite in against Trump. I mean, I think by would be good because he could be he could be mean spirited. I think you have to be that way to run against Trump. And I think Elizabeth Warren would have been the best candidate the last go round, but not this time because now she's been barest by her stupid poke, honest. I got a I got a note from her we see where it was. I got a note from her two. He's also backed off on she's on her normal middle of the road moderate policies, and she's gone. All in with the Bernie, boys. Yeah. I got to know where it was it thought chip in. Oh, I remember what it was. Well, no here it is. Maybe this isn't that? It was in regard to Manafort sent sentencing. Which from what I understand. I just saw just saw a couple of. A couple of bits on CNN international that the left is outraged that he only got forty seven months, which is kind of four years and not three years everyone's talking about, but he got forty seven months in this first round of sentencing and him, the here's his polka haunt memo to me, and the reason why I get these because I've sent money to pretty much every political candidate that makes sense on all the lists. You can thank me later. Here's a tale of two criminal sentences. Donald Trump's campaign manager, Paul Manafort committed Bank and tax fraud and gut ten cents to forty seven months. A homeless man fate Winslow helped sell twenty dollars of pot and got knife in prison. The words about the supreme court say equal Justice under the law. When will we start acting like it, and it goes on and on and on? And on addition genuis -ness of this party has become outrageous that that homeless woman story is very is extremely. Graduate is not necessarily true. There's more to it than that. And Manafort situation is again, there's more to it. The judge scolded the Justice department for being for overreach in a number of other issues and said that he 'cause they're the ones who recommended the high sentence and forty seven months is nothing to sneeze at for a white collar crime. No, I I know someone who went to jail for forty eight months ruined his life. He happens. And so this is just a complete this is I mean, they they bitch and moan and about Trump's populism this populism at is worse. You know, what you're just appeal to the masses with you know, simple. Simple generalities. And that's what she does. And she's she's digging her. She's never going to get this nomination away. She's going. She's got. No, she's got no scruples. She says PS Paul Manafort might be hoping presidential pardon can be his get out of jail free card, but pardons and clemency are supposed to be about granting mercy to the powerless not immunity for the powerful, and they shouldn't be used to cover up the truth to let's be clear. Did you go on and on about Mark rich after that? Let's be clear if I'm elected president there won't be any pardons for anyone implicated in the investigations around Donald Trump. That's interesting choice of words. Chip in now to help build our movement chip-in Kip in Japan chip in. Yes. Chip in. Now, she says. Well, her chances are zero the Hillary's really the only real choice violent when she doesn't even show up in any of the polls. No, they won't do that. Because that nobody wants Hillary to run again because they think she's gonna lose they've convinced of it. And even though I might point was in the ECE wrote which was available to in the newsletter. Not this last one. But the one before is that my point is that she she never really ran twice. She ran first of all to ran for the nomination the first time lost Brock second time. Rush. You got further. She ran for the nomination and won three times Donald Trump. Hey, I can I can see the campaign. Yes. I can see the campaign three times a charm. They would work she's gotten better every time. So, you know, wouldn't it be cool if Jesse small got more jail time than Paul Manafort? Radio surveillance and perpetrators turned accomplices had Chicago police peeling back the layers of actor jussie smollet allegation of assaults court documents released Friday show, a grand jury indicted, the empire star on sixteen felony counts relating to the January twenty ninth incident, including disorderly conduct smollet had previously been charged with a single count of filing a false police report which carries the possibility of up to three years in prison. Millette denies the allegations. Reuters reached out to his legal and media teams, but neither could be reached for comment. Oh my goodness. What a stories yet. So he is making one hundred thousand dollars an episode nine heard sixty okay doesn't matter something like that. I heard a hundred in the ballpark. It could have been sixteen one at one hundred beano. This. I think this is really dumb idea this gets a dummy. But ultimately what he did. And how it came out is. I think it's good for race relations. He's actually done a service without really even intending to because now people are a little more cautious on all sides of the equation. There may be that may be true things kind of ilise in Chicago. But you gotta know that according to the Washington Post. I mean, a third of all Trump supporters are just Neo Nazis. And this was explained we're all these people come from any worked at many Neo Nazis in the country before this is what does Zainab Saal be. I think she's an op Ed writer and she was on morning Joe. Took into advocates on the ground and on condition cult people's or candidate people in Ohio, ancient country, basically. And they're saying there won't of the people there conferencing, some support. Even it talks about because he's like salt. It's not worth it. But. I'm recording. Least sorry about that. I didn't sound that bad. When I listened to it the first time. Yes, she says right there, but they were canvassing they were they were out there searching and trying to talk to people in Trump country, Ohio. She's Trump country and a third of them are Neo Nazis. And you just keep talking no-one interjects no-one says just none a net show. But that's Washington Post. Yeah. Well, that's what they do what they're supposed to have a higher standard. I know silly of me, but still it what do you think is silly silly of me? So let's talk about I'm now convinced that the well, I got a couple of clips on Venezuela. I wanna get outta here. Oh, good comparative clips Venezuela power outage on democracy now. And then then the story with it. I cut it a little short on NBC version, but can we play Venezuela. Power outage win catch up with Venezuela. Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro is blaming the US government for a prolonged power outage that plunge most of the country into darkness Thursday doodo says anti-government saboteurs backed by the US took the nation's main hydro electric power station at the gory damn off-line. The blackout compounded the misery Venezuelans already enduring a severe economic crisis amid crippling US led sanctions US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo blame Durose government for the outage and threaten regime change in a flurry of tweets one of which. Red no food no medicine now. No power next. No maduro. She said regime. For gene. Gene J ever. Join gene. Gene change. I had I had a clip from EuroNews. Let me say it might be in the beginning that had a different that Madera Madera apparently said something different about the power outage still the US problem, but not provocateurs. Let me see where it is in this clip pistons, if the Venezuelan capital Caracas take to the streets to protest as pow conscript in the country and to this day some participants in this spontaneous demonstration say it's not directed against the president. It's because of the blackout says this woman because it majority because of anything else hit calmly peacefully because we won't at trinity. Doing politics in the list of grievances. So we have a complete lack of services says this resident Todd of not having electric with Todd of not having food with Todd of repression transport system. Oldies calamitous President Nicolas Maduro told rally of supporters that his government is doing everything possible to restore power potty blamed the worst blackouts in decades on the United States back to all position. Attacks of this type on mate might extreme right-wing. He said they all without any of the intellectual and material office of this attack that used high level technology. The United States possesses. Oh, high level technology. Yeah. Yeah. Secret bill. You know, Juno that General Electric invented a push button. Switch did you know that by the way? No, I didn't it was high level technology. If he's insinuating e like, electromagnetic pulse or something like that. Yeah. Of course, he is. It doesn't know what the hell EMP is. Well, that's why I didn't say EMP would if you search around you'll see that. That's the conclusion a lot of people are drawing from his statement is that this wasn't EMP. But what people forget is that even under shove as he was saying stop showering so much because you're straight the heating up the water is straining the grid and that black rolling blackouts all the time. This is not new. Very poorly managed country. Well, let's just NBC. So I came away from this clip with the new knowledge that the State Department of CIA or working together. They won in the same. Well, do they shouldn't be because they have the different intelligence branches. But yeah, the I became clear to me that NBC is hanging in there with the with the CIA, which they we think they do, and it's all based on the way this. This report goes down. I come to this conclusion out do the reveal after the end of it crisis in Venezuela with continuing power outages and shortages of basic necessities today spilled into the streets of Cuttack us and B Sarah Harmon has more on the worsening humanitarian crisis. Murderers, they chant as these opposition protesters clash with Wyatt. Police amid escalating violence and a growing humanitarian crisis outrage over shortages of food medicine and now electricity earlier this week, a massive nationwide blackout left. Most of Ben is Walea in the dark, but. This woman. No power means no respirator entire hospitals have gone dark. Embattled President Nicolas Maduro blamed the blackout on American imperialism tweeting. He vows to fight the brutal aggression against our people, adding we will never surrender US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo blames Maduro for the humanitarian crisis tweeting on Thursday. No food no medicine now. No power next. No monroe. The US sanctions and restrictions on Madero officials after recognizing opposition leader one Guido interim president without it. And particularly specifically the sanctions without the sanctions it would be impossible for the opposition to move forward. What are we going to do show? What I got out of that was the use of the word. Interim president. Oh, good point. So they today adopted the only NBC by anybody else. Do they do all kinds of maybe they're all starting to adopt it, but I didn't hear it anywhere else. Adopt a State Department's recommendation of using interim president, and that is because this is if we if we're gonna soom the CIA is involved in this day would have told that was part of some strategic strategy. You have to use this terminology for some propaganda degrees down the road and ABC NBC. Just did it. Where do you think where do you think that takes us? What do you think goes? I mean this. It's just not working with Porton is not one important. That is this is not what they wanted to make it look like it's not a coup. What? Yeah. But how do you do that without make being a coup? And no idea they did ever done. They haven't done this. Well, since I forget what they did this. I think in the fifties they may pull the few these stunts and made them work, and they still think they can do it. But I don't know if they're taking their strategies are good anymore. It always backfires. I mean, none of this is worked out. I mean, they never even able to remove shovels. Shabas reading. Well. They've shot this thinks they finally killed him. That's how they did the. Yeah. He he prickly. Prickly. Went out and said, the US gave me cancer. Yeah. Just to make it more interesting. Well, I find the lack of action concerning because the longer this draws out. Oh, yeah. The more severe whatever happens is gonna be legit grid Leising situation. I don't know. I'm still I'm still debating with myself whether the rubble is Asia the Middle East and now it could be Venezuela nex. If the if they really intend to rub realize because I think our original theory was that rubber Leising these countries just turning them into it. You see the pictures? Anyone could just look at the accumulated photos. These plays countries had to be almost rebuilt from scratch, which is big construction contracts is a lot of money in rebuilding someplace, and I think we always assumed that that was behind it all, but they haven't even done it on anything is like, really pathetic. Just rub allies leave maybe do some kind of. Some you know, some attack, but it can't be Connecticut. It has to be something odd that, you know, just, you know, building crumbles on top of him. You can't you can't be can't have an explosion. Mino? Maybe I don't know. I did just just the new blood. Yes. Yes. Well, maybe they can do it with space force. Yeah. Maybe they can. Well, I'll tell you why. Because space force we're we're arming up. We're getting rid of meteor. We're getting ready for space. There was the NASA administrator, Jim what's his name Breitenstein? He was interviewed on NPR d calls and stuff, and he's very animated fellow as he speaks. And he he gave a little historical background on space force. What about the space horse? Yeah. A great question. So couple of things number one. By the way, we all know. This is what q John? What what about the space, of course. If you quiet, then you'll hear your cue. What about the space force? Yeah. Great question. Oh, it's not a great with. I know what you kidding me to go on. But I'm not gonna scream about this. But how is how is how is what about the space force? Oh, that's a great question. How is that? In a million years. A great question, which brings me back to the reason I got off in the Jag to begin with. I still believe someone somewhere gave a seminar telling you to say, thank you. When someone asks a question, you always say, thank you. If somebody asks you a question in a big auditorium. All thank you for that question. Or you could say that's a great question. Compliment them on the question. I'm I'm convinced of this at this was some seminar somewhere and a bunch of people adopted it, regardless we all agree. It's just not a great question. But we'll listen to the answer. No matter what about the space horse. Yeah. A great question. So a couple of things number one. Nasa does not do national security or defense. We never have. We never will. That's not in our agenda. We partner with Russia. We partner with other countries. Maybe some countries that are not always friendly with the United States. We have at this point partners with over one hundred twenty countries on the globe and over eight hundred different cooperative agreements. So what we don't want to do is. We don't want to delve into national security when when NASA was created by Eisenhower. It was intentionally kept separate from the department of defense that being said, and we're gonna and I'm committed to that just so everybody knows what that being said as a when I was in the house of representatives. We voted on the space force numerous times, I voted on on the strategic forces subcommittee. I voted on it on the full Armed Services Committee voted on it on the floor of the house of representatives. It got strong bipartisan support in all of those. And in fact, it got three hundred and forty four votes in the house representatives, which doesn't happen these days, but it happened when we voted on the space force as part of the national defense authorization act that interesting you'd think it was. Something Trump dreamed up and everyone just called him a nutjob for its face for apparently. This was something that everyone all liked before Trump came along. Oh, yeah. Trump like she shows. No good. No good. Now. The guy also said something else, which I had to think about and kind of make sense. But the vulnerability is is astronomical a really true and the claim here is that GPS. So the actual GPS satellites that without those GPS satellites in the United States life, as we know it would come to a grinding halt. Effective few things for sure farming. Okay. What else would it affect well effect farming? I think it would affect transportation a little bit. But I think that's correctable. I think just forming is the only thing that would really affect our very way of life has been elevated by space capabilities to the point now where we are dependent on space in a way that most Americans don't understand the way, we communicate. We talk about dish network direct TV XM radio internet broadband from space think about my home state of Oklahoma. A lot of rural folks there. There's no internet broadband from space. There is no internet for them. When you think about not just how we communicate. How we how we navigate what GPS how we produce food. I talked about how are increasing crop yields right now for for certain parts of the United States. Eventually all of the all over the world. All of these things are dependent on space. Now, here's what's important to note every banking transaction in this country is dependent on a timing signal from GPS every banking transaction in this country is dependent on a timing signal from GPS. So if there is there's no timing signal from GPS, guess what? There's no banking. In other words. There's no milk in. Grocery store that is an exce central threat to the United States of America to the point where China has declared space the American achilles heel. And they're moving out deny us the use of space if and when they want to they've also recognized that that timing signal is necessary for the regulation of flows of electricity on the power grid and the regulation of flows of data on the terrestrial, wireless networks. We are absolutely dependent on space for our very way of life in it. Absolutely must be protecting. So I I'm a I'm a big advocate for. But I will also tell you. That's not what NASA dozen I'm committed to making sure NASA stay separate from the department of defense. Yeah. What you muttered there? Yeah. I agree. This sounds like total bull crap to me. Well, let's look at him. He's he here's why there's evidence of it being bullcrap because of his worded the way said it. He says every place is every is a most if you said most, I came home this possible. But he didn't say they said every banking transaction is dependent on GPS because of time in signals something. But does that mean, I go into the Bank and cash check back. I I got five twenty can you give me a hundred that is a banking transaction a Bank. So that's not dependent on anything. Well, the s it may be an ultra how hours well if you give me a second. I'll tell you what. Because I researched it I'll tell you what the literature says the literature says that a precise time stamp is necessary. The claim is that all these financial system. That's the claim that all financial systems use a GPS time. Mm stamp because if you as an example withdrew one hundred dollars, you got it right at the Bank teller, you could have another John divorce act withdrawing the same amount if the time stamp wasn't exactly accurate, if there's a two minute window or or second window, even this is again, this is not my opinion, then then the fraud could occur and the they're implying that indeed all financial transaction time stamps are ultimately GPS fed what he said, I'm no all financial transact Timestamps. Okay. But I don't even believe that it seems so out of out of the ordinary, and wow, what what a, and I don't know how we got to the milk not being delivered. But that's quite if it's true, which means it was based the mill. If it's ridiculous. I mean, if it could I would say that there's there's probably more dependences than you. And I know about I'm sure there because for the purposes of convenience in hand ease because there's other ways of doing these things or you're a psych ISDN is dead. You know, because there's newer cheaper ways of doing it. And so that, but you can always go back to the old system. So it would just take a while. It'd be disruptive ATM's worked fine before we had all kinds of GPS GPS was there. But I don't think ATM's were were hooked up to him back in the day in the end. There's still such things as tellers could do who can hand count money. Right. But they still when they hand you when they hand you the money, there's still a record and electronic record made. Yeah. Anyway, there's ways around it doesn't have to be based on GPS. Oh, no. I I agree to me. All the all the clocks are going to stop to. Well, you know, what you and I are not qualified to answer that question. I think we have dudes now banned friend. He probably doesn't know either. This is deep. Yeah. Well, we have dudes name been out there who can inform us. I'm sure we have people working the financial set using. Feeling. Logic. Well, let me add this to the mix April six twenty nineteen. Is it will it will have been? What does it? I think it's seventeen or nineteen years like one thousand twenty four weeks since August twenty first nineteen ninety nine when older GPS receivers that have older software they roll over and they start counting again. It's kind of like a Y two K for GPS. They. Oh, yeah. And the near there's already some some security experts out there saying, well, I'm just not gonna fly on April six issue. Hey, you know, what why risk it? Neither am I I'm fine. I only just heard as again, I was researching this bump in this article like that's just that's I didn't know about this. They should make it much bigger deal of this. What an upgrade moment books. They could do. This contracts act lunch money and then sneak off into the dark piss exactly it's a perfect opportunity. But no. Anyway, I I would love to hear from our our society in the financial sector, then developers who understand this stuff. Let us also about that April six. We usually have two points of information that are needed both regarding GPS. Action list. Yes. Put it in the meeting notes. Yeah. We'll make sure we make sure we are you doing the meeting notes. I I've been doing them all along. Okay. Good. Excellent. And I've been doing him in a very professional manner. Which makes you take down notes. I'm. Luckily, I'm not in in Austin. Although I do miss the keeper it's been too long. But south by south west is in full swing yet. Like all your candidate. Buddies are in town, gosh, it's douchebag heaven Amy klobuchar. Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, John Hickenlooper Looper. It can Lou. Well, it's it's a Dutch name. Hickenlooper you pronounce it. What's the real way to pronounce it then? Well, the way it's spelled as is a derivative, but I heard him actually explain it on interview somewhere, it would be Hickenlooper or heck and Springer even is someone who hick and bring Hickenlooper heck in Lopes runs alongside the hedge to jump over it I can low power, but it's turned into Hickenlooper. Anyway, Beto, of course, everybody's there. It's very very woke right now. Austin very woke. And not to be outdone, of course, ever since Twitter was kind of an of launched it. At south by or really became you know, we went viral foursquare who also I think they would even before they before Twitter when four square that was like, everyone was worse square. They check in. I think that was the Ford is really almost simultaneous. You remember the early days the Twitter because you have I was just blocking people and kicking them off my feet left and right because they're holds Twitter feed was I've just checked in at McDonald's. I've just checked in at at the Mobil gas station. I've just any just on and on and on who cares where you've checked it. It sounds like a unless you're you're a hitman trying to track this guy down. Well, I always thought it was dumb before square which was launched ten years ago two thousand nine at south by southwest they had their back or they've never gone away. But they're back, and they have a new map feature which gives you a real time. Look at how people are spread throughout the city each dot represents a different place the size of each dot corresponds to the number of people each place N each color represents different type of place, and then collies needs this and they call it, hyper trending. Oh, brother. I knew I'd get that idea, hyper trending. Yeah. Look at the big Brown dot actually read, and this one is really funny looking as big white, non pidgin, you idiot. Hyper, hyper, hyper, tracking is maybe more appropriate, hyper trending. And people just love it. Especially those at south by just love it. I would use it just the opposite. Because that means they get that data as because it's going through four square. And so you just going to go to a place loaded with people using force grow, which I would consider a big crowd of douche bags, actually. Apparently there SDK also can receive data from other apps. You may have I'm not sure which ones didn't dive into it. So it may it may actually you'd have to be you'd have to be you'd have to have installed. They're apt to get those to see for them. Oh, no. That's totally not. No. That's not true at all. That's just like the Facebook SDK any app can implement the Facebook SDK. You don't even have to have an account. No, no, this is why Tim Tim apple is so upset about what everyone's doing. Well, he should put a stop to it. Then now, why would he do something crazy like that? He has shareholders think of can't be going make an helping to shareholders. What did you how much money could he be making from doing that? No. It's it's he needs the developers to stay on his platform. He needs the the surveillance system. They're already dual planet. Everyone's dual platform is night there. Not no one's going to abandon his platform. Developers will if if he removes the capability to do that, developers will that's how the developers make money is they use. They sell the Facebook. I'll show the developers are the douche bags. Yes. Okay. Yes. As long as we know who the deuce bags are well, not the actual guys writing the code necessarily. But the companies who create apps until the developers. What to do? I will protect them. So yes. And so that walkout in protest. Yeah. Sure. I refuse to do this. Anyway, so south by your missing out. Oh, sure. Yes, I'm really missing out. The number of people that politicians are going to this thing is really the far as I'm concerned jump in the show. That's exactly the term jumping the shark because it's like what did these politicos which do you supposed to go to a music festival? You get to see all these certain kinds of Banja might wanna check out or go see in smaller venues, I don't know. What's really is? It's really heck discussions Hillis talk about tech. And you know, the old thing up on the stage. What did you learn from anyone up on a stage deal discussing stuff nothing ever a propaganda trip? But it's it's more than just the the music festival thing is almost unimportant. Now, it starts off with south by southwest dot EDU, which is a whole educational conference it flows right into the Austin film festival. Then we have the the actual music festival slash. It's really music. Lash technology festival. Though, it's it's a lot. It's just a lot. It's good for us. And I'm happy, but a lot. I wonder how much money it brings in Austin money. I think it's relatively little. I mean for hotels and stuff. Sure. But. I don't know the bars. She's a places are packed. Yeah. But I just I don't know if it's worth all the trouble is I guess what I'm saying that we want to be a conference town. That's important. That's all we're like Vegas without the gambling. But people will eventually figure out that one south is gone conference center. Do we? Yeah. We built a new one big is it. Well, we I don't know and size. But we have the original conference center than we have the j w Marriott conference center, which is adjacent to it or right right near it now. And we had the hotel rooms, you know, that that was the main thing eight years ago. Yeah. Everyone was nice people still rent out their their apartments, but it was much more rampant. They just del couldn't even do their annual sales conference in Austin. They didn't have enough hotel rooms. So people have to rent their rooms delayed. So it's kind of like what is this e bid? I think they do that in some of these offices that are just really ill equipped to make a lot of money in Austin that south by by renting out your place, you can do really well. Well, what else is going on? I was hoping you'd have some. I saw this guy did a little break down on the young Turks and the and the AFC. Yeah, you saw Mr. Reagan that guy hold on a second. This is. So I saw this everyone starts tweeting. Look, it's proof AO see is a puppet. But it was no proof of any that we played we played a clip from this two months ago for mister Reagan. Mister Reagan it s the guy who is just it's debts the personality who ruled this out call he calls himself, Mr. Reagan. Then you're talking about something else. Let's let's listen to what you have. I had about what what do you? What what whatever you're talking about. I wanna hear it. Okay. So this is a full documentary that the Justice Democrats themselves put together, and which is not about how. Okay, good. Well, I'll do this about a guy blow in the first of all he he I I only have two in. Three of my three parter because part one I couldn't find. But. I'll tell you what part one is part one his guide. This guy's got a big mole on his face, and he calls himself, Mr. Reagan. And he does he does a very kind of a slightly over produced a video podcast like thing. He gets about a million views are half a million. This is is going to he plays clips from what I'm talking about. No, okay. I'll shut up. Go ahead leading. He didn't play any only thing. He did he had some some videos of of the Cortez promotional video. But he'd know most of them is he's just talking. He's not playing a lot of clips at all. Okay. But he brings out a few new facts, I thought would be worth listening to. But let me give you the part one part where he claims that Cortez was an actress who is addition for the job, right? And he can say there's three or four these people from these Justice Democrats who he sees as an evil force. Even though if you really break down what he what he's talking about is it might be an evil force. But they're already over extended with just this one woman, let alone the other bone heads. That are supposed supposedly just as Democrats. But I liked them. Some of the stuff he's he's unearthed in or uncovered some basic, some basic. Backgrounder on these undis- group and what they're up to. He claims you're out to take over the world Accu Ryan people until until somehow chunk is going to be you know, the from being young. No, he's not involved anymore. But he might still be. But let's play mister Reagan on AMC part two two thousand eighteen was just the beginning, though, redouble their efforts in two thousand twenty two thousand twenty two thousand twenty four at which time I am one hundred percent convinced that they will run somebody for president for the two thousand eighteen election's the Justice. Democrats endorsed seventy nine candidates twenty six of them won their primary elections seven of them one in the general election, and are now in congress, most of these people's names, I can't even pronounce row will Grachov ro Khanna ion Presley Pramilla, giant Powell Rashida, Kleib Ilhan, Omar and Alexandria Okaz. Yo Cortes of these seven three were chosen through the addition process, and are as far as I can tell puppets of the Justice. Emma, Kratz signed con shocker body and Zhang Uber. These candidates are I on Presley, Rashida, Klay, EIB and Alexandria. Oh, Cossio Cortez. Imagine if they run not seventy nine Kennedy. Dates but two hundred or four hundred thousand at the current rate of success. They would get eighty eight houses, and if they improve their techniques, they might get more, including Senate seats, just as a point of order these racist. I can't even pronounce these names that's kind of done she that's racist. That's as racist. So he has this thesis. And I just the reason I liked this is because I like the fact that it hit lines up with my thinking about AO see, and he says that she's so scripted. She doesn't do her own tweets everything she does is written for her. And when she goes off script. Eventually, she goes out to you, just so, you know, this is exactly what I was talking about. This is the video I played clips from two months ago. Just so, you know, it's, but this isn't a documentary to Skye behind a desk. Now, I know, but it's all if you look at the whole video that he did because I saw Tirias what you yes, it's it's the same. It's the same basic material that now. Now, I don't know that this part three then has new material or not. But I didn't know about the about is this where he goes back and forth between what someone on the video says. And then shows her saying the same thing. No, okay. Well, all right. Let's see what you got. Janki is no longer formally associated with the Justice Democrats or congressional team. But whether or not he still holds influence over these people is unknown. What is known is that these people are dangerous Zach actually Z radical left open borders guy, who was once a fellow at the open borders foundation, which is George Soros is organization and seems to be the least extreme of these guys. Jank calls his organization, the young Turks. The young Turks is named after a group of Turkish revolutionaries formed in one thousand nine eleven who slaughtered a one point five million people in the Armenian genocide, by the way, no one complained when Rod Stewart made a song about it. So we know we're jinx influences at psychot- Chakrabarti is influenced by this guy Subhas Chandra Bose how do we know this because he wears this Shaka Vara style shirt with Subhas Chandra Bose's face on it in most of his videos that seems like a pretty deliberate choice at I I actually thought it was his own face. I was. Why is this guy wearing a shirt with his own face on it? That's crazy narcissistic. But then I figured out. It was this sub Haas guy. So who is Subhas Chandra Bose he was the violent compliment to the nonviolent Mahatma Gandhi. Yes. The legendary Gandhi Gandhi was trying to expel the British from India nonviolently. This guy was like, no, let's start a war, and let's kill them. All actually, it was worse than that much much much worse. Subhas called himself, a socialist. But he is quoted as saying our philosophy synthesis between Nazism and communism another important thing that we need to recognize about Subhas is that he was an anti colonialist. Now, we're not super familiar with this political perspective here in the US. But in India anti-colonialism causes deep resentment to this day, this is explained in the documentary film, two thousand sixteen Obama's America in this film, domestic Sousa explains anti-colonialism and show. How these ideas influenced Barack Obama because and this is the scary part. The United States is founded on colonialism to the anti-colonialist. The US is an evil empire that colonized North America. The United States is the enemy and is to be fought is to be resisted torn down. This is the guy that psychot- shocker Bharti, a Llosa's chief-of-staff wears on his shirt fro violence, anti-colonial socialist who dreamed of a Nazi communist government. This is the man behind the curtain. Okay. That was new that is that is. Yes, that is new information. Okay. That's new. So that's the Haas who is the who's the the idol here. Chevron Shubha Bondra bullshit. Think is pronounced. Yeah. And the guy wears his tee-shirt with his picture. This is the shake Rivaro t stress I've seen for India. I was it's interesting because when I saw the video that I have a little clip of that and play it. I also saw the guys like that. Does he ever sure of himself on is that what I didn't? You saw the same thing. Yeah. Well, that's good. Well, Mr. what's his name, Mr. Rogers? Mister, Ray Reagan Reagan, Mr. frigging now that was good Ronald Reagan, compass as mister Reagan decor with a picture Ronald Reagan. So, but a lot of people have been tweeting about is the video behind it. Which as I said, you know, we were talking about two months ago there is this is a longer Clinton one. I had at the time. And it does confirm a lot of theories that you've had the keepers head who is adamantly insistent that there's no way she's writing her tweets, and and of course, she's a marketing professional, so she recognizes this you recognize that as well. And she was nominated. She was cast like the bachelor twenty sixteen. We put out a call for nominations trying to capture the diversity of background of experience of the American electorate, the people that aren't currently represented in office. We got over ten thousand nominations out of those ten thousand nominations, we found Alex Andrea. My brother told me that he has sent my nomination in the summer. But I was like literally working out of a restaurant. There's no way her profile is not what you think of someone who should run for office. Right. I grew up with a really politically engaged in a tune family, and you always were to baiting politics talking about things, but we were never involved in the formal structures of politics. We saw these signs of someone who's going to sacrifice their own future for the good of others. So is he one of the people that was working with us at the time called blue scheduled for twenty thirty minutes. And it went maybe an hour and a half like you hadn't thought about. Running for office or anything of that point. No, no, no. You gotta do something. Are you gotta do something something you'd call people up and kind of walk them to depart form. Would you be open entering this kind of nomination process? And I was like sure because that's not a will. You went for conference. You felt the passionate or voice she really wanted to fight for the big thing. And she got a bunch of video calls to meet some of the other candidates that at the time we're thinking about running there are so many other amazing candidates the entire time. I didn't think I was going to be in. My brain is like this isn't going to happen until. And she was like, hey, do you wanna go to Kentucky in two weeks? Oh. Oh, yeah. She was picked was nominated by a brother picked and then trained in Kentucky reinvited people to impersonal summit and Kentucky when we started getting serious about who going to run Kentucky with. So. I mean, I've found at least for me spiritual. What happened was magic all these people from all over the country community leaders talking about similar problems. They all faced talking to each other engaging humping each other up pumping us up, you know, super pivotal moment. I felt like I just remember the first day we've created this network of people that put movement I feeling like it was a movement and not it wasn't about me was the most convincing aspect being like, oh, yeah. I'll do this because it's a bunch of crazy people and this'll be fun because all of you got into like movement. I that's defined. I mean, your actions since you've got to let everyone else's like this weird. Like he weird stuff because it's a different. You didn't come into store? So there you go. I think you are totally right. And you call her an idiot which. If you listen to what she's saying, and she she's very good at what she does. But she just sucks up the information. These the Justice democrat leadership gives her they write scripts for her we've seen her reading them. They write the tweets for her. And as you as mister Reagan pointed out. Yeah, when when she goes off script than she sounds like an idiot. So they try to keep her on script. And it's more Mike not puppet is more like Manchurian candidate. I don't know. It's like some kind of will shouldn't even assessment anybody. Hold on. I never know. She gets close to Peter. Now, this is the media's fault the media should be making her go off script because if they're just gonna listen to her talking points with their provided to her, and she's she can memorize anybody. Then they're doing a piss poor job of bringing this out because she is quite humorous when she goes off off script. Now, the the Repub the democrat party again, you check Uber chunk was part of that. And the other videos talking about how it was that they that they they target other Democrats for that seemed to be weak, then me, they're strong Democrats. But but there are places where they're always winning. And this is what time somebody stepped in to push established. Yes. Whole politicals out of office using this strategy in it. I don't know why. But nobody's equated this, which what the tea party tried to do. Especially after they were co opted by a line conservatives from the south, right, which was which ruined the tea party. Of course, you'll hear about them much anymore. It was the it was the wrong thing. These guys to I don't think this is mister Reagan. I think he's a little bit. He's a little bit skittish about it. But anyway, the point is is that the Democrats have to know that they're being picked off. Yeah. One after the other, and it according to chunk, it doesn't even matter if they're or I think Mr. Reagan kind of talked about this. They if the if there's a if there's a socialist Representative that is in line with all their beliefs into everything they want to vote for, but it's not, but they're not part of the Justice democrat model they don't count after them to. Yes. Because they want to just get their people in to Democrats have to know this go what is Nancy Pelosi doing about this? This is a huge threat to the party. I don't think she's put all the pieces together yet. I looked at the Amish. She's not that dumb. We know that she's g credibly smart, and she's manipulative, and she knows what's going on. She has to know. What's going? I'm not buying that. Well, I'm just telling you when I looked at the Justice, Democrats, and you look at their you know, there's a their five zero one three five one three c. I'm not sure. But anyway, they're not they're nonprofit, and they have about two million dollars reported. So that means you can't run this operation onto million dollars. I just don't believe that. I don't. I mean, you get a lot with with an AMC. We'll free media guy said one of their main guys those Soros, and so that's my point. So that's so is that because Soros has his hand in. Everybody's is is porn money in everybody's pocket. Like shut up. Let me do this. I I got I got a side hustle over here. Nancy? I'll give you some more. I'm sure I'm sure he there they talk. They must talk. I doubt at Georgia. Nancy torture. Nancy? I don't think so. But if not then I agree this is very dangerous to the democrat party. At least the the established order. Well, I yes. Well, I have some some clips to play about two more of these candidates. But I I would like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you John C put the sea in code, orange devora. In the morning. 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I see it but bright into the and I'm back mile when I'm reading this three three three three tell EA Stony. I think it says a Stony. Oh, yeah. I was wondering where I think it is a stone. Yeah. One of the highest tech communities in the world, by the way. Jobs, karma, jobs, jobs, jobs, and jobs. That's. You said that they got a big tech community. So I was in Rotterdam for the past two days. Not only do they have an interesting, and very, vibrant and growing tech community. I would go so far as to say if you visit the Netherlands and you land it's airport. You wanna know where to go get on the intercity direct, twenty minutes. Go to Rotterdam you'll enjoy it. A lot more than Amsterdam the architecture. The the just everything is outstanding. No, Christina took me out around. Just it's just as cool. The, you know, people, you know, eating drinking outside this all kinds of restaurants. Just amazingly interesting and very world-famous architecture. It's it's better than Amsterdam. Sorry, I had to say it would architecture that you're talking about the more modern building over modern. Yeah. Rotterdam a huge difference. Amsterdam. Yeah. It's really more jumping as it's the real commerce center. It is. Yep. And Amsterdam's more of a tourist touristy place. AM sandwiches, a bunch of Brits going to see the red light district puke. That's all that it is. Just miss my printers element of that. That's true experience. See, you know, you know, us up Jonathan Greenlee three three two. I remember this reminds story, but I'll pass on it Jonathan Greenlee three three two nine nine. He's in the United States somewhere. The last show was excellent, and you deserve this surplus value. I enjoyed from it. I had a realization during the last show you guys almost got their yourselves. But I wanted to put nice ribbon around it lay it out there for this game we go funny bit. This is a bit. Oh, it's a bit. Okay. Good. I believe it's a bit. And it's a good one troupe for concern with manmade climate change via CO two emissions should not encourage migration into the country from poorer countries via any means legally or illegally people come to America to adopt a richer, more opportune, prone American way of life with our high level of infrastructure, Headey culture consumption. No one is going to come here. Justice in a shack in the woods will some end of. That way by misfortune, but it's not the intent in two thousand fourteen. The United States emitted sixteen point five tons of CO two per per capita. Mexico emitted only three point nine Guatemala, one point two and Honduras. One point one they're bringing that of Joe to that bringing that dirty climate change per capita. The these are a mere shadow of the US level encouraging immigration from these countries is curse encouraging increased US style of consumption and increase in global CO two. If six sixty six thousand four hundred fifty illegal crossing attempts intercept in February twenty nineteen has not been stopped. We would've expected CO two of at least eight hundred thousand tons per year every year not including future offspring that one month's worth of attempted immigrants would have produced the same amount of CO two as an additional one thousand seven fifty seven's flying one way from New York to LA once a month every month. Therefore, I call for an immediate resolution in the house of rep of Pelosi to denounce illegal immigration AO. See don't eat me. Please today. Head and Pelosi jobs jobs jobs because she has worked to do. Jobs and job. Let's go for job. Good good. Good bit in his actually some logic to it. I think he's I think the point could be made if you thrown, but it's not like the borders of the United States. It's where CO two stops. It's still around the globe doesn't increase our guest does because they're eating more and making. 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Well, can you guys? Make my protectorate official. We have our third baby. Boy coming on four twenty six we'd love human resource karma. New jobs Carmen, no need to read this John. And let me see what he says quantum my thoughts on quantum computing. Okay. Then I do wanna mention that some mention quickly. I'm very skeptical skeptical about quantum computing, his theoretically interesting, but there's two or three companies that have shown devices than the no one's been able to do anything that costs a lot. The money. So I called one of my friends who was the science writer and in tech writer for the New York Times, John Markov, right? Who covered this quite a bit? And so I asked him specifically. I said, you know, I'm reading over this 'cause I'm really some pressed notice, and it's just sounds like some a hoax. It just sounds like bullcrap. It's just doesn't make any sense. And so I'm I'm thinking that this sounds like a hoax to me. I sent to him. I said tell me that there's something to this. You've been covering it. Specifically, I haven't because it's nothing personal computer level guy. Don't talk about this. Necessarily. He says he can't he has ease beside himself. He doesn't know if it's a complete hoax or not he can't tell. So that's what I think. So you think it's a hoax in we have Nick, it's it's I think it's a well meaning hoax. I don't think it's meant to be a hoax. I think it's like they're in over their head. What is what is the promise of quantum computing? What is this supposed to deliver is a Dowell? There is what the promises the promise. Is that a great question? That's a great question. The promises of promise it's the promise of quantum computing where you can do calculations. You couldn't have done before. It's it's a whole new way of doing math because there's a third state. I mean, the whole end is supposed to be and is small and powerful. I mean, it's just a lot of promises and nut. No one's ever gotten one of these things to work, and they everyone talks about it. 'cause it's someone's got the gift of gab in there somewhere, and they've convinced people that. Yeah, there's something to it. But we know this stuff would move along a lot quicker. If you told people the porn would get better. I don't even know how you can do that doesn't matter. You wants the joke. But I mean, yeah, you're probably right. But I don't know how you can do it. Anyway. So that's what I that's minor thought on quantum computing. I don't know what I'm talking about. And nobody else does either he's requesting human resource new human resource, karma and some new jobs jobs jobs and job. That's. Karma. Jeff Coleman Winona Minnesota two five eight seven two. You cue up read those yourself. I got it. It's all cute. This donation puts to sixty percent tonight hood level. Not too bad considering only listen for two years, and I make dick for wages. 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She is the she now fifteen or thirteen I think she's I think she's fifteen but I don't remember when you see I just saw recently. She looks eleven looks eleven. Yes. So she was interviewed fray sweetest publication in English nicely. One of our producers sent that along pulled a couple of quick clips here here. She is promoting of course, the the climate strike on the fifteenth that is this coming Friday. What's happening next Friday? Next Friday, March fifteenth there's going to be the school strikes going even bigger that is now there's going to be hundreds of thousands of children who are more that is going to be striking for the climate. It's like big global international school strike. So I'm very excited for that. And I think it's incredible that the school struck has has spread so far and so forth. That is very hopeful. I think for now there's been hundreds of thousands of school children school striking for the climate. And saying that why should we study for future? We might not have. There you go. Why should we study for future? We may not have. Yes. This is the child abuse taking place. Her background is very interesting fits right in. If you look at our parents do their academics. And they're involved in all kinds of arts and sciences, and they clearly have a program this young child to be the figurehead, and it's worked so well, she just won a very prestigious award woman of the year. What mean to you? It's always great. When you're you know, you're fifteen you look eleven woman of the year woman of the year. What does it mean to you? I think it's unbelievable. It's incredible. I never would have imagined this. And also, I think it's we're hopeful that climate person is an exit to be this. Sure. Sure. Courage. Ing truancy. Yes. He gets woman of the year. Really hip different. Yes. Well, she's done more than just encourage truancy. But this is it's definitely the cherry on top. Now. Here's the part that saddened me a lot. She was not always this outspoken well-spoken climate person that she would call herself or woman of the year. In fact, she was very very depressed, and you can only imagine why Q hundred seventy thousand followers on prepared, but your life hasn't been like this your whole life. Tell us what it was like when you were eleven when I was eleven I I become ill fed into a depression, and I stopped into talking because I will so depressed on I don't go into school, and it will called time for me. And it will of the biggest cool of my depression will the crisis because I thought. That everything's just so wrong because so depressed, and I thought that there's why there's no meaning to live, and like that's and so our became very depressed. An are. And the how I got out of that depression. I thought to myself there's so much live for I can do so much good with my life. And I go in to use my left and tried to make a difference. And I try to do that still. If you think it has no affect what you're doing. How you are putting fear into young children's minds. This is the result that she got lucky. She shared her parents pulled her out turned her into some kind of symbol of this. It may not be true. I don't know. I mean, but why would I doubt her, but that's pretty severe? This has happened to eleven year old kids going into the pression. Don't wanna eat don't wanna go to school because of the climate. Should you really be fearmongering the way you are? I find this disturbing, and it's not very disturbing. You're completely right about this. Here's an interesting note from nNcholas who attends Notre Dame. I heard your recent discussion on climate change believers deciding not to have children, I hadn't experienced the day which included this topic. My philosophy class has weekly discussion meetings in small groups last Wednesday, the debate topic between two groups of students was you should not have children the support side argued that because of climate change you should not bring children into the world. They said the only way for the earth to survive is for us to leave even better we pull before and after the debates to see if our minds have changed guess what? Over fifty percent of the class change their minds that you should reconsider having children due to climate change. Ataman John the brainwashing is everywhere. I'll keep you updated. If I see anything else. Thank you for your courage, producer nNcholas. This is what's happening. It's Notre Dame. That's like an Ivy league school. Well, it depends. No, okay. All right. Notre Dame is not an Ivy leagues. It's not a shitty school school. Yeah. Well, that's good. We'll take him out of the gene pool. That's so actually plus. Yeah. Take yourself out of the gene pulled idiots net net. It's a plus because you're dumb as the region. I got a note from MAC Dingle. Okay is just said he is down the border lives on the border, Texas. I want to confirm that people have crossed the river in between eagle pass my hometown and del Rio. Checks is my entire life. Ranchers. No, this problem all too. Well, we'd go fishing on the river banks at friends ranches and always run into empty trash bags at once held a dry change of clothes. There is no wall. Just an insanely dangerous river it is essentially a moat. Cousin of mine cousin of mine. Worked for a guy picking up groups of illegal aliens at the border and dropping them off at a local motel local motel. Not sure what happens after that. But I'm sure you can fill in the blanks tons of things like that going on at the border. I go I was going to ask you. I was going to make a point someone made the other day with this warming. Or tooling, whatever climate change. Ultimately, it's about whatever's happening to the climate it's affecting the temperature. And that is what will kill people because that will cause all kinds of portable follow on facts. And is one of the clips that we played some time ago pointed out knowing has ever taken a look at the climate from how could it is it possible? This is a positive thing. Well, here's my question. What is the ideal temperature for the earth? I mean is there an ideal temperature for Amsterdam versus Rotterdam? There's differences one's a little warm than the other. Is there is there an ideal temperature for Texas is there an ideal temperature for the North Pole. I just I it'd be good to know. Is there were at okay, put it the monitor San Diego. That's it. Why do you say because it's the best climate I've ever been in. Yeah. But you can't have all kinds of things in it can't have everything of the world. If it's all the same temperature. You're asking hypothetical question. I'm giving you. I. Right. Thank you. It's appreciated worked perfectly. I made a mistake on the previous episode. And it's because I'd watched video and. Our our nights in Israel got all freaked out when I said. Jews represented by the represent three percent of the population of America in what came out of my mouth was. But there sixty percent representation in congress to which are are Isreaeli nights went holy crap. The Nazis really done a number on atom. What I meant to say is sixty percent of them are influenced by APEC in congress, which may have declined a little bit recently. But may also represent Americans America's feelings in general about Israel. I don't know. But this whole thing comes in this backdrop of the horrible anti semitic things that ee LAN. He Lon, Omar. Also freshman in congress what she said. And I was just me just over here was just seeing international, but they really only talk about the horrible things. She said without actually mentioning what she said, and they just show like a b roll of video for sitting on a panel. And we'll looks like a an alley in mardi gras. It's very very odd video. So I I went searching for what she actually said. But first, let's play Nancy Pelosi who we were talking about earlier how she's not grabbing onto these. Justice Democrats as she apologized or was I would say she was apologetic. And protective of what alonside whatever Ilan said. Here's how Nancy Pelosi kind of swept it under the carpet. He hasn't apologized. She needs mainly to explain that. She did not up to hurry tooth plane. But I do not believe that she understood the full weight of the words when your congressman. You're an advocate out there as I was so I appreciate all the that comes into congress to that before that was made pushing a stroller. Carrying those understand how advocates come in with their homes. But when you process racial into congress your words way much more than when you're shouting somebody. And I feel confident that her words were not based on any anti-semitic and a to. But that she didn't have a full appreciation of how they land on other people where this these words have a history and cultural impact that might have been unknown to him. So would Nancy is actually really apologetic for antisemitism. If that's indeed what it was. Well, she will just didn't understand the impact it would have uncertain people from a cultural background. I'm not. I mean that sounds really bullcrap to me. But we only on the no agenda show. Can we do something the mainstream media will not? And I've chopped this down of chopped out the pauses, but let us just listen to the incredibly offending offensive speech for only LAN, Omar, and let's stop being sarcastic. No. I'm I'm being factual. To what people said, the this is how they were talking incredibly offensive speech from Ilan, Omar, I can't because what I'm saying is I'd like us to listen together to determine if it was indeed, incredibly anti semitic. And I think it takes both of us to analyze this. Okay. Go. Of pain. Rate of people should not be a normal, and you can't be in the two of humanizing misty. A separate of one. If you're not willing to do that. So far nothing. Right. Wiz or or friends or colleagues speak about Palestinians. Don't want see. Serving I focused on that the actual. What that process should hope. I never go in the dark place of stage. Here's a Jewish person. They're talking about. I never allowed myself to go there because I don't have I don't have to. And when I am fearful of is that higher than a lot of our Holly constituents allies. Thinking that everything we say Israel to be. Because we are Muslim. So. Just checking in. So what she's saying is that she's actually extremely aware? It's kind of funny that she said this that whenever she's a lot of Jewish constituents in her district. She's extremely aware of what she says in particular when talking about something like Palestinians or Palestine, she has to be very careful because she knows that she's very quickly labeled anti semitic because her criticism comes from someone who is Muslim have we is there any anti semitism here yet. No, I don't think. So either continue. It is. That becomes implying. She will end. Because you get into of. Yes. Right. Like, I what intolerance looks like sensitive. When someone says two words, you use are intolerant. And I am cautious of that knife. You. It almost every single say something, regardless of whether these say. Say to be foreign policy. Our engagement our conceal of ending mission or the. Three of every human life. And what he did he get to be legal in something in that ends the discussion because we had been. Offended and nobody ever. Happening with. Okay. So she saying that she knows that these people are actually good people. The ones are colleagues who may call her anti semitic because they do care about suffering around the world. But then she brings in this suffering of the Palestinians. And I I haven't heard anything anti semitic yet. But this next bid three continue with this. This is all after the fact know this is that she gave. No, this is this is the most, you know. No, you're wrong. This is the most recent. This was. Time line. Was you get the time that there's a time line here. She was making antisemitic tweets which were removed or perceived as such and then she and then she was that's one of the controversy began. And then she did this which is what you're playing and it was an apology tour, though, the way the time line I saw and I may be wrong time line. I saw was after this speech. In addition to the tweets, but after this, this is what they were showing on television, the whole time they got better be role than this because they had nothing else to show. They got plenty of b roll on her. No, they don't have any BI roll over just coming out saying, I hate Jews will be role has no has no audio. I'm just saying there's nothing this. I know I've heard this whole speech from beginning to end because they played it onto Micra see now, and it's innocuous just going on. And you could play until hell freezes over. We're not gonna find anything in there. Because there's nothing in there. The only thing that's in here is this last piece, which I think she has a very good point about. That says in this case people push for allegiance foreign country. I want why is it? Okay. For me the influence of the fossil fuel industries big pharma and not talk about powerful lobby. Then fluency policy, but things she has a point there every okay for the Democrats to bitch and moan about the NRA and the bankers and big pharma and big oil. But sh- quite about APEC. And that's true. Well, let's look at it from another perspective. Yeah. It is true. Who says it's not the. Take one of the biggest eight-pack supporters. A democrat Chuck Schumer. The difference is that you can bitch and moan about NRA because they never give Democrats money. Apec does. Okay. That's the reason. It's okay for the Democrats bitch and moan about the NRA and not bitch. And moan about APEC because the NRA doesn't give them any money. And a does it's all about the money, which is exactly what she tweeted. It's all about the Benjamins. Okay. Well, let's go to the to to the progressive side that would defend her. Okay. They do defend her in. I think that I've always thought this is a little blown out of proportion to end somewhat premature. If this Omar woman is going to hang herself. She's it's not gonna happen with bit. It will happen sometime in the future. If at all, but let's go to the rundown of Omar this democracy now, and this is their perspective, and you have to remember democracy now is pro Palestinian anti Israel Representative. So for Wellman Lee passed a resolution Thursday condemning antisemitism, anti Muslim discrimination, white supremacy and other forms of hate the vote was four hundred seven two twenty three with nearly two dozen Republicans voting against it. The vote capped a week of intense debate. Among congressional Democrats began after some lawmakers accuse democratic congressman Ilan Omar of invoking antisemitic tropes, while questioning US foreign policy on Israel at an event last week. Congressman Omar said, quote, I wanna talk about political influence in this country. That says it's okay for people. To push for legions to a foreign country. Democrat Eliot Engel chair of the house foreign affairs committee, which ill hunts, Omar sits as well, then accused Omar of making a quote, anti vile, anti semitic slur, the house leadership initially drafted a resolution condemning anti semitism, and what was seen as a direct review of Omar. But many progressive Democrats, and Omar who is one of the first two Muslim congresswoman in US history was unfairly being singled out. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders wrote we must not acquaint antisemitism with legitimate criticism of the right wing Netanyahu government in Israel, Bernie's in a tough spot. He doesn't know what to tell spot. Things. So they did a thing which I and I'm going to pref- preface this last clip is destroyed clip. Clips from a Israeli journalist named Gideon Levy, whose I kind of one of those pro Palestinian Israeli seems but I'm gonna preface she brings on this guy. She brings on some woman who's on a lot of shows. I can't remember name fan and another and then a Palestinians at the desk, all three of them condemning everybody all defending, Omar. And I was a little I'm looking for some semblance of a little balance in the reporting, you know, I don't like to slants on either side, you were bitching about it with that clip, yours that it was slanted one way when it was bullcrap, obviously. And then the other side slanted. They don't give us these news organizations, and I'm going to. They don't give us any balance to get in this case Amy puts three people on who just bitch and moan, and they all defend all more. Nobody has any reason not to because that's the way the balance is not balanced. This guy has some good arguments. Very similar to what you were saying. But he dropped econo- drops the ball where I cut the clip off with with an assertion at the end that I just thought was a bit much. I get on Levy your response to the debate and the final passage of the resolution on Thursday in the house of representatives. It's one before the house, the Swiss antisemitism. It's wonderful that the house condemns Simitis anti semitism should be condemned. But the context is very suspicious and very troubling. Let me be very Frank with you a me with to say, the truce is ready low be the Jewish lobby by far too strong too. Aggressive. It's good for the Jewish community. It's a good for Israel. What is happening now is that some kind of fresh air some kind of new voices emerging from Capitol Hill raising legimate questions about Israel about America's foreign policy towered, Israel and about the Israeli lobby in the states. Those are very legitimate questions, and it is more than needed to raise them, but these rarely propaganda and the Jewish propaganda in recent years made it as a systematic methods whenever anybody there's to raise questions all to criticize Israel. He is in needed automatically labor. This anti Semite, and then he has to shut his mouth because after this. What can you say, this vicious, circle shoots? Be broken. And I really hope that great great politicians like MRs Omar, and others will be courageous enough to stand in front those accusations into say, yes, it is to criticize Israel. Yes. It is legitimate to race question. And this does not mean that we onto Semites, we are not ready to play this game anymore in which they shut our mouths, which those accusations, which in most of the cases Holo. He described sure is a great great politician. I'm not buying it Lonza, great politician twenty. She's she's a great great. Great. Great. Omar. I think the rush she'd Rasheed woman got her name Rashid. I think she's a problem. She's just troublemaker. They're all troublemaker. But, but you know, even just all the Justice Democrats, troublemakers. That's what they're there for even. Yes. There for I agree. I'm just saying even this conversation. We had a guarantee you either one of us are both will be called either anti Semite or Islamaphobia. Did you can't have a conversation about it on a stupid podcast? Although this stupid putting yes this one. This one. I tried to catch myself. You're right. So I watching the show they have Brooks. And she'll always bitching about this. Yep. Constantly because his I'm balanced got two guys agreeing with each other. What why are they doing that much? Is there any possibility that somebody could take the other side of the argument because there are other sides of the argument? I don't care. What argument is usually another side. But no, no, no, we had two guys agreeing constantly, divorced example of this. I thought was brought Gert this guy this columnist for the Washington Post and other Trump haters to trumpeters on this on this panel. And they got a new trumpeter from the Washington Post Gersh on his name, and he's columnists and he's trumpeter. And and so here's an example of one of them going off on on something and the other one would. I would to show the balance I want to show how they respond to each other. This is the Gershon shields on government overreach regarding the Trump administration. Let's talk about another move on the part of the Democrats past week. Now, they've got the majority in the house. They are reaching out asking for documents from scores of Trump administration officials they're asking for documents from fficials in the White House. The president's daughter Ivanka they're trying to find out about security clearances, Michael granted to the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner, his daughter, they're now they're talking another another committees looking at the president's tax returns the criticism out. There is this could be overreach. Is it overreach is it appropriate? I think the breadth of these demands is equal to the breadth of the flying that we're seeing I mean, we've seen it at every stage with from campaign to transition to inaugural committee too early White House. There are plenty of ethical problems to you know, to examine in this case. And this is a case where the Republican congress didn't do its duties when it came to oversight it left a bunch of things completely on answered which it should've just as a matter of integrity itself have have examined and was used in a political way. And so I think that Republicans very much brought this on themselves. I think Michael is absolutely right. Hey, when when is the public not finding this good product anymore that these news programs are delivering winner. They just tired of the repetition at a certain point. You can only do so much of the same. I have no idea. But it I think the numbers are dropping that nutjob into an extremely they have a captive older audience as whether drug commercials on the on the commercial networks, but I don't know who's listening to this this NPR show because it is so lopsided. There is no evidence that they can even they there. There's a guy in the Indian guy who writes for the national review who come as on once in a while to to actually balance Shiels he'd takes takes Brooks's place, and he's good. And he does come up with. Why why is this why while they're doing it probably because of this and this and this explains things a little bit? They really don't like putting him on. Exactly. So one thing he's smarter than than shields by a lot. Yeah. PBS not NPR PBS UBS PBS PBS. Well, we try to deliver an outstanding product twice a week everybody. I don't know what they're doing. But that's what that's our. That's our mission. Donate to know. Imagine all the people who do pull. Yeah. That'd be fun. 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Robert Evans, Cassidy Eastwood from Oklahoma City with a long note. You wanna look it over the shoes at the meet up and came to the Mita issue came to the meet up, and she talks about how she was really afraid to. She was timid even though she's every extroverted normally, and she was embarrassed ask for picture and she sent to stop the show right now. If you wanna picture because I had this to I've had a couple of I don't know why we love to have our picture taken Adam, especially so don't be shy about having to picture taking just do it. Yeah. I'm they're there to meet everybody. I'm there. I always have the exact same look on my face. I'm usually doing salute. Or in pointing this by the way, just go Photoshop me. And put me in there with you don't want. There is one one point of order and you brought it up on on the tweezers. We do need to bring back the host head on a stick. So if it's a meet up I'm doing someone needs to bring John's head on a stick and vice versa. But very important for for the for the for the vibe continuity, but yes, no don't. Yes. No, not be shy about can I have your picture taking just don't even think -ssume that. That's what we're angling for. We like to ever picture taken with the with our with our producer. It's just fine. It's not even an issue. I've had this. I had people years ago. I remember they would bring a copy magazine. What me the art autograph article liked, and they frame it. I guess. No promise that. But they're always. So reticent about asking me. I don't care. I'm not, you know, there's certain famous baseball per Ted Williams. He wouldn't sign autographs. I have an autographed Ted Williams picture somewhere. You do. Yes. No about ten thousand a charcoal drawing of him. With his signature on it. Really a. Yeah. Now, I'm thinking where the hell is it? My mom got the my mom was a big socks fin. Both docks. Denting is worth a fortune. Any Ted Williams autograph is worth a lot of money. I mean, a grand or two, but but any picture or anything that because he wasn't going. He hated signing autographs rarely did them when I was a little kid. I was used to to Wrigley field and watch the usually the dodgers. And the cubs teams. I like to watch. And there was one guy think he was on the I don't know what team was I can't cry. I remembered eventually he re I now is a little kid would getting autographs. Everyone would sign autographs Duke. Snider ahead is autograph. You get all these autographs. There was one dick who refused out a kid kid. Graf? No. So the only autograph ever got was Tom Seaver. Poor Tom Seaver, you know, he's gun into dementia. Well, I have a glove this all yeah. Somewhere. That's gotta be worth about two three thousand dollars. Maybe that's it exit. Okay. Cassidy Eastwood in Oklahoma City fifty and last finale drew mode. Check over here in Elsa. 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We were talking about Australia, actually, very interesting clip from Australia, which is probably just the beginning of things to come. I'm sure you'll see a lot more of these problems all around the globe. Certainly when we roll out five G initially. I thought this might be a a five G story. It's good, regardless technicians scouring every angle of at your into pharmacy searching for the rogue signal. That's being jamming electric car case. Put a handful of martyrised reported the problem today, but more than one hundred over the past week have been locked out of the vehicles experts. Believe something inside the pharmacy has malfunctioned and is causing the issue. Very unique something I'll have insane before myself and on imagine we will never seen anything like this again for some time. Although it's not believed to be a deliberate act is right security concerns devices sharing a similar frequency as a con key unknown attacks out there, which he used to come from all his garage door systems and on walking were much because nine as the role. Jama tech technicians working there right now to fix the problem Alice the experts trying to get to the bottom of this mystery until the end of trading today to get access into the pharmacy. Just in the last half an hour. They've told me the signal has disappeared which is prompted a new theory about what's causing this problem. Now, they think it could be the buzzer system. The pharmacy uses to alert customers when prescriptions already which we're told operates on the same frequency as electric car case, they can't confirm that this is the case as it's a process of elimination, and it could still be dies before they know for certain what's behind it. The shopping center will have security on tomorrow directing customers away from the affected area. But they say anyone who has a problem should come. Contact the Senate management immediately Alice. So this this is the second report this happened couple days ago in Perth. Can you see all these people? They can't operate the vehicles and they had to leave him overnight. Hey, man, get a car with a key real key. Let me get a couple of stories about this. So I when I got my Lexus the SE for four hundred one that is just twenty five twenty five. So I got my twenty five year old. So when I had it within the first year or two. I was at some some event and somebody some some PR event for some companies woman. PR witnesses. Oh, yeah. I've got one of those. They're great until it was stolen. I said what is the car the autocar because it has a little button you push on the key and opens the door currently. This was an ear. I remember this specifically there was for sale a device you could buy it was under in took a, but it was on sale for about a year before the was taken off the market. I probably should have bought one that you push this button at unlocks every car in a parking lot. You think that's still works? I think for old cars all cars. Yeah. Nowadays are very complicated outrage secure, but anyway, back to my story. So I disabled that feature of the car and never used it again. Right. Well, I mean, this is just with cars. I mean, and initially they thought all someone put a new router in somewhere because a couple of other stores near this parking lot around the parking lot like a strip mall, and then they Finally I would believe this that it's one, you know, it's one of those restaurant. Alert mechanisms where you get a little a little discourse square or a crab and light. So I'm sure that that's sending all kinds of dirty signals got have harmonic over but still to to blanket an entire parking lot. Even part of one is you can't get it. 'cause now why do you have a car? You're on with. We all agree on that. I'd like to know what really happened, which is not conclusive. But yeah, why would you have a car that can cause that's cars are being made that way they're track harsher being currently being made. Where there's although there are little work arounds on some situations. Like, for example, your car key. If you can get in your car, there's some cars you can't get in right? Yeah. This is a lot of these people could not get into their car. Yeah. You can't get your creditors. No keyhole and even was bullcrap tesla. My favorite tests that way sure is. So let's assume that you you can get in your car 'cause like a lot of the Prius is they they are all like trying to like that. But they do have a keyhole that you on the on the driver's side, only, usually, and there's this keyhole you can get in the car. But then now you have to trigger the car fob is the one you have to push button starter, which is the wooded just goes back to the thirties. When I pushed buttons starters push-button starters was so convenient and lets you happen to what does a million problems with these. But okay, there is a work on most cars where if your battery in your little key is dead. You can't open the door. You can't start the car. There's nothing you can do with a dead battery in the in in the little key fob. But if you have a keyhole, you can open and get in, and then there's some sort of a work on the to take Bobby pin, something and get a sticking over here. And you gotta do this Jerry rig, and then it'll start is bad. Yeah. Yeah. I'm I'm just thinking maybe this disabled have to public. Well, professor Ted is laughing in his jail cell. He's laughing away because you know, we're gonna run into all these interferences. This is just the beginning. I mean, look, I don't know about you. But when we're in our our building, I frequently have to have my re router rescan for for a different channel to us because someone moves someone comes in default set up boom than it or maybe just starts to interfere. And then you have to do that again. It's just it's creepy. When you see how many signals pop up pollution. It's that's going to be problematic. And we're going to see these frequencies. I think we'll see a lot more of this. And this could this have been dangerous. I don't know. And maybe it is just a five G thing. I'm sure five jeez. Not going to make things better. It's bad. Don't buy car that can doesn't have a key some way to get in the car and started this having this issue or or jamming issue. This would be interesting to see what cars are still available with just pure key. But I don't think there's any pure key car, but one that has won it. Lisa key backup would be nice. I mean, all the technology is starting to disappoint severely one of the things that that we always laugh about when it comes to net neutrality is oh you want that neutrality. Okay. So that means that, you know, the Tele medicine the doctor doing the operation, and he he needs to have can't have priority band with. And now that we have telemedicine. You might have seen the story. People are very disappointed by telemedicine in practice. This was in California northern California is devastated after rushing a loved one to the hospital because he couldn't breathe they say a robot rolled into his room to deliver grim news. Dr appeared in the robots video screen to let Ernest cantata. No his lungs were failing. And he didn't have long to live cantatas family members can't believe a robot was used in that situation. Father. We knew that it was coming in that he was very sick. But I don't think somebody should get that news delivered that way. It should have been a human being come in. Here has a problem hearing. So with that and everything he couldn't hear she had to repeat everything that doctor was saying did die a couple of days later a spokesperson for the hospital issued a statement offering condolences and saying they regret falling short in meeting family expectations. Did you see this thing? Yeah. It was pathetic really was. Didn't wasn't as an element of the movie up in the air with Clooney where there were firing people, and they were using a computer screen to do it at some point as it were advancing. You're asking I haven't seen moving y you're asking me some he I don't know. No. But but really one of the Clooney does these remember the movie, it was a cool little movie sweet in a very good win an Oscar. No, I don't think. So I thought it wants to ward it was a it was a nice little movie. But yes, but it wasn't really a robot. It was just one of those, you know, video on on a segue video screen on a segue. So that the doctor can joystick control his monitor up to up next to you and say, hey, you're gonna die die you mind that. Yeah. Well, that's that's a scam. So I've got three updating North Korea. Okay. That will be it because we're running out of time. Yeah. Well, I'm out date. I wanna get these out of the way there's three clips that brings up a few issues that we need to talk about for a minute. And and it's the North Korea updates on PBS this number one are the North Koreans doing this facility. So this is a facility that they partially disassembled. And now they're reassembling what they disassembled and that includes rebuilding testing stand relaying railroad and reattaching a roof. So the facility is once again operational. But. It's put in some perspective when you say. Facility for testing. It is not a missile launch facility. This is launched satellites into orbit. So this is not necessarily indication that they're going to launch a rocket with any kind of tip or an ICBM missile that can reach the United States. But if they did test and other satellite that would be violation of Security Council resolution and the technology that North Korea uses in that satellite. Test site would be the exact same technology that they use in long range missiles. So that is why US officials are concerned there is some concern. So aren't understanding senior administration official brief reporters yesterday on a lot of this? What was learned? We learned basically that the US approach has shifted in a major way before Hanoi. And that really led the president to try and seek a grand bargain that most experts say was doomed to fail. All right. So they've changed their strategy in the on the on the Korea situation. How did this come about? Let's listen to the next clip was doomed to fail. So let's understand the shift. I'll take you back to January Steve begin the top US negotiator. Give a big speech at Stanford. And he said the US was willing to take a step North Korea. Takes the step. It's a staged approach. She also said that the US was willing to talk about not only denuclearization. But the topics that North Korea one is talk about finding a peace regime on the North Korean peninsula and also improving relations between the countries, and they were willing to talk about all those things simultaneously, we've communicated to our North Korean counterparts that we are prepared to pursue simultaneously. And in parallel all the commitments are two leaders made in their joint statement at Singapore last summer now that was January. Let me read you a statement by senior State Department official from yesterday. No. In the administration advocates a step by step approach. In all cases. The expectation is a complete denuclearization of North Korea. As a condition for all the other steps being all the other steps being being taken. So every extra. We say we talked to say this is a major shift at led the president to ask for a frontloaded grand bargain, all of the North Korean nuclear weapons for all of the sanctions relief in the US went further and demanded a freeze of chemical and biological weapons. That's not something that the US has done before Hanoi. North Korea said, look, we don't trust the US enough to make this kind of grand bargain. The North Koreans put a smaller relatively smaller deal on the table experts. We talked to say was meant to be a starting point. But the president did not like that wanted that frontloaded bargain walked away rather than ago sheet. So a shift why we don't know for sure. But what the officials I speak to point to two things one John Bolton the national security visor. Never believed in a staged approach. Dad guy involved too. He was a while. He's all the way the end this whole thing is falling apart and Trump. I don't know does he know. This question. Do we really know if it's falling apart, or is this just how Trump negotiates I it's that's what I'm thinking. It's possible. But I still see Bolton their fire him. I'm suspicious. Well, think about this Bolton at any point could be used as a chip as a bargaining ship. Like, a you know what I understand? Yes. Bolton's a fire Bolton, but you still gotta a nuke. It's it's an old trick. Yeah. Fire the guys fire the products dR Pat McGovern who used to run Computerworld magazine infoworld and all these other he used to he told me the story. He said that he would always have a columnist in computer world that was just a kick ass. Calm. It would always say the, you know, you just be a mean-spirited columnist. But it wasn't anybody. It was like a team of people. But it had a guy's name. His bit was a company come into tat. This is terrible. You've been Smerch my company, IBM, whatever it was this this this is just been killed. And Pat would say, you're right. I'm firing him. That's a great story. And then he would put into some other columnists. There was another bogus name. This is a great idea. Mark was a great idea. Mark pug ner was his name right now. I never used pug. The original cringely was a fake guy decide to sue because you doing the call him and he wanted to keep it. Anyway, the point is is that that's a trick fossil. That's what he's up to. But I hate really dislike us Bolton character a lot. But then there's a second element here. And I wanna just this is the one I really wanna comment on which is included in part three number two, the president has soured. According to one senior's administration. Official on South Korean president moon. Jae-in who has been advocating for the stage approach and instead listening to prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Ave, who says don't trust the North Koreans. So what what's next? What what does that mean? Administration. Officials say they believe no bridges were. They hope that negotiations continue, and they say that they understand the North Korean program. The unders- understand what North Korea wants a little. Better than they did before. But the question is what is the deal that the US wants next North Korea says it's open. So we so it's not a dead deal. Not on your thinking is correct. But did thing about this last comet, which they never bring this stuff up the Japanese do not like the Koreans historic? This a nasty ass crap that went on between hate them. And they're very fearful that combined north South Korea would be a industrial juggernaut that would directly. They've already having trouble with China, but they would have even more because the North Koreans hate the Japanese too. And they would love to compete with them in the international market for high-tech products would be total total payback from when they went in and slaughtered people. And also, it's burn their libraries, and the Japanese horrible things to the Koreans. Yes. And so as going to reflect that no matter what. Because he's a Japanese guy to Koreans and the Japanese indus-. Journalists are very frayed of a combined nor South Korea, which is what the South Korean guy wants because they know it will be a problem for them in the international market in terms of manufactured goods this whole thing which by the way should be discussed mentions. This exactly and now the minute you said like, oh, yeah. Where were the rockets flying over we'll primarily Japan when they were still shooting them off that light and stuff up is over Japan. That's pretty obvious that they're like, hey. But we even better if this north and south reunite, and they become a power house, man, what will Japan. Do. They got the Olympics. They got up there and. If you're if you got the Olympics your country's going bankrupt. So. Just the fact of life people, we all know how it works. That's it. Deconstruction for today. I can't wait to see what the week will bring us as we back. I'll be back in Austin post south. On Thursday show. By close. Closes monday. I think I hereby declared closed. Well. Everything coming. And also remember divorce dot org slash NA coming to you from the runway sweet the people airport and get nation. Low lands and into Thursday morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry. Valium. Again, we returned Thursday right here on no agenda, and again divorce dot org slash NA until then. Thanks. Tom start. Whether Danny loose for end of show mix. Everybody. Here. Here. Here. If you're working. When I was getting out of that. What it what I saw looking at myself in the mirror the power tower. With my inner voice. He's just a waitress. I'm trying. Dress. This little thing. Guard. That moment was actually really free. No one else. I'm at least trying. The power. Trying and they're. All of this conversation externalised. Every critical. Try. Literally, what it what I saw looking at myself the power. It's your work. Address this little thing. She's just a waitress you heard it here, and they're not. Literally, the only choices the other choice was why on earth with Dorsey, regardless of the success. It's your work. It didn't work. Why? Might not. That's the end of your actual scientists. Licensed. About the rain because there. Can be. About california. By the way. Feinstein. Remember? At least favorite holiday people. Across the country was actually. During. Harding is one of many depended on delight to get a job done. The job done. Sunshine, protection, which would end the changing wants Margolis. We spring forward. Back in the fall. We get our Bill. Homo complex daylight saving time. Full what? Full rack dot org slash. You might not.

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