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"malone" Discussed on The RELEVANT Podcast
"That was melody Malone. Make sure to check out passion worships latest album, burn bright. It's available everywhere. All right, stay tuned. Up next to your feedback. I'm feeling like diddy a fool would I pity the pride my Achilles I bought a new house in the south side of the city. It's me and my baby until the kiddies. See that I'm winning and think that I'm sending you gotta be kidding with actually. I guess you right factually thankful to say this to death for me. I know that Satan is mad at me gotta be grateful that God is amazing and got me a part of my tragedy. This not a fable he made me a table and left all my enemies ragged. Right there. He put the all on my head and I saw the spirit of course by the bed in the morning. Let's say two no big deal. This is new single. President, she followed him on IG or TikTok. You've heard it. Well, today's show is brought to you in part by iwana. I know we have some young parents listening to the show and we want to tell you all about an upcoming event. You might be interested in. Later this year, I want a club's international. We'll be hosting the child discipleship forum. September 21st and 22nd in Nashville. As parents are becoming increasingly concerned about the ways culture is shaping and impacting the next generation, the child discipleship form will offer biblical research backed insights on how to form resilient faith that will stand up to the cultural pressures surrounding kids today. It's an important topic. Starting now, you can register to attend in person or online and sign up by March 31st to save big with early bird pricing. Head to child discipleship forum dot com to learn more that's child discipleship forum dot com to learn more. Okay, it's time for your feedback. Last week. Oh boy, this was a meandering I mean, if you heard the show, the way we got here was, I don't know how we got here, but where we ended up was, Jesse wants to reboot Yellowstone, but Yellowstone 2002. He wants to do he wants to do a version of Yellowstone set in 2002, where everybody wears decorative denim has swoopy hair and listens to death cab for cutie and metal ball necklaces. The he wants. And where's Chuck Taylor's, I guess. It got us thinking about vintage style in the early 2000s. It's the early 2020s, which means we're completely due. We've had some pieces. We've had a couple little pop ins of early 2000s already. We know. But we're ready, it's happening. The avalanche is coming. The tsunami is coming of early 2000s come back. So we asked you for feedback. What trend? From the early 2000s, do you not want to see come back in style? You hit us up on Twitter at relevant podcasts. And here's a few of our favorites. Well, this is Ross. And I don't know if he already has my pitch deck for Yellowstone 2002. It seems like he does. But he objected to laugh tracks. He said your show isn't funny. If you feel like you need to tell me when I'm supposed to laugh, yellow said in 2001, not only in have laugh tracks. It's going to be filmed in front of a live studio audience, which is going to be difficult because we're going to be going back to the 80s. We're going to be they were doing that in 2000s. It says the 80s. It's given a little touch of it's given the show a touch of class. We're going to be filled up from a live studio audience, which is going to be difficult. Because it's also filmed in the wilds of Yellowstone. Outside. The budget for this show is quite expensive. Because we need hundreds of people to get the I also want the I also want the cute little knees that it looks right at the camera and says the deal. Or like, you know, if you drop breakfast on the floor and you see the gold, the family pet golden retriever trotting away with the waffle. You know, but we're gonna have the whole gambit of emotions. We're gonna have that one Q where it tells us you that this is like the moment to bring the kids in close. This is the little lesson going on. Ross, that was that was real peak TV. And I'm glad you acknowledged it because it's absolutely coming back. I have been watching. Now you're talking about you just blended 80s, 90s, and 2000s. Because I think it died off with Big Bang Theory, you know, that era was the last gasp of that format of television, right? But it started in the 50s, right? Basically the 40s with the radio shows. It was a live studio audience, right? And then it went to the television. I have been watching, I discovered, okay, during the Super Bowl, the number one commercial was what? Tubi. Yeah. That commercial where everybody thought that somebody sat on the remote and launched the tubi app. For everyone hated their family for like 15 seconds. Right. Somebody screaming at somebody. Anyway, there's genius. A couple weeks later, the CEO of two B is on marketplace on NPR. I was just listening to it. And I don't know to be at all. And I'm listening to them what they do. And he's staying that their whole thing is they have the largest library of television shows and movies of any streaming service and it's completely free and it's really about the algorithm and they get to know what you like and they have this tailored experience for you blah blah blah. And I was just curious. So I came home that night and I downloaded tubi. And I'm checking it out. And they have, you know, all these shows that you grew up liking and you're wondering, where are they now? All these streaming services and you can't find all these shows that you used to love. I'll tell you my friend. They're all on tubi. That's where they are. I have been every night and Emily can tell you, I even staying up to like four in the morning every night watching all these old shows that I used to love. What are some IMD? I am deep in dick Van Dyke show right now. I love the Dick Van Dyke show, and it is the quintessential show of what you just described. Studio audience, moment of all, like a teaching moment. All the things. I love it, man. It's great. It's great television. That's peak TV for me. Let's go back to the television or are there movies too? No, no, no, movies. Dude, they have Oscar winning movies they have 12 years a slave. They have super bad. They have really. Do they have the Mary Kate and Ashley catalog? Because I have been looking to watch those movies. I didn't go that. I didn't go in that category of the precarious. I'd be curious for those things. It bought the rights. That is a priceless catalog. So I might get to be if they have Mary Kate and Ashley. There's no reason why you wouldn't get to be, it's free, and there's very, very few commercials. You've watched about 45 seconds of commercials per show. I'm not kidding. At the beginning of the show is about 45 seconds of commercial. And then that's it for the rest of the episode. Why wouldn't you get it? That's why beef with the commercial level of Hulu. It's like good lord. Because it shows you in a corner. Like a little clock. It's only two and a half minutes of commercials left. You're like, this is the year 2023. I could watch like 15 pieces of content into a half minutes. Like, are you kidding me? That's an entire commercial break. Yeah. No, that's the crazy thing. Is that maybe they just don't have enough advertisers to get. I don't know, but there's hardly any commercials on it. Anyway, whatever, that's enough for you advertising for two weeks. Dick Van Dyke show is what I was trying to say. Everybody go watch it, it's peak television. All right, what else feedback wise? Emily, although
The RELEVANT Podcast
"malone" Discussed on The RELEVANT Podcast
"Them we fast forward or rewind. You listen to the national parks, the song is rodeo Today Show is also brought to you in part by zondervan and author dauphin he's compelling new book, the human calling. 3000 years of eastern and western philosophical history, readers will learn how to renew your compassion, service, leadership, and care for individuals in your community. The human calling explores the history of eastern philosophy that is often ignored or simply unknown in the west from the roots of today's conflicts and violence to an exploration as to why relying on human ability alone may be our undoing. Get it for yourself or hey, it can also be a perfect gift for the Christian intellectual in your life. You can purchase the human calling on Amazon or at your favorite bookstore now. Where I guess today is Melanie Malone, she's a worship leader with passion, which has been with them for years. Okay, that was in the write up. I'm not implying with them for forever. So I've been with them for decades. She's not like old or anything. But she's not like brand new either. There you go. Anyway, we talked to her not long after this year's passion conference. So obviously we talk about the conference. We talk about what passion has been up to. And what is coming up next? Here's our conversation with passions, Melanie Malone.
The RELEVANT Podcast
"malone" Discussed on The RELEVANT Podcast
"At age 79. Great. Great preacher. Great preacher. And now a tattooed woman. She shared in a servant recently that she got two tattoos, and her husband also got a tattoo. She has a tattoo on her back, and she has one on her foot. And she didn't show the ones because she's a classy lady. She was not just going to take her jacket off and show. We saw the one on her ankle because she went to prison. She is 79, so she was wearing caprice. I think the one on her back is a shoulder to shoulder eagle or cross with Jesus hanging on the cross. It's across and underneath it. It says, I belong to Jesus. But on her foot, she just has the word love because she wants to be reminded to walk in love. I was really hoping it was the old lord's gym. That whole full back piece where it's like Jesus doing a push up with the crime. You remember those lords? Well, she didn't show the picture. We don't know. Maybe it is that. Maybe she just described it. She's been talking about Jesse, you had mentioned off air that she might have had a tattoo previously. She didn't. She has been talking about tattoos though for a few years. And preaching about that they're good and that the people who say they're anti scriptural are wrong and stuff. Because I remember this because in 2020, right after COVID started, I was doing some of the design work for relevant and I remember we ran a slice about her preaching about tattoos. And I made a graphic of Joyce Meyer preaching with complete sleeves of tattoos. I superimposed in Photoshop sleeves of tattoos on her. We put on Instagram and I got a lot of reactions. So maybe you sing, maybe yeah, maybe you seeing that photo put in your head that she has tattoos. But no, those were not real. That was me photoshopping her. She actually has tattoos now. But she preached about it. She spoke about it, didn't she? She did. Yeah, we actually have a clip of her talking about it if you can play it, Jason. And a friend of mine in Dallas was telling me about this tattoo artist that he knew that was a friend of his who was believing that someday he would get to tattoo me. Now, I mean, these things are not coincidences. And so long story short, two weeks ago, I got tattooed on my shoulder. I have a nice little cross back there, and it says, I belong to Jesus. And just for good measure, I put love on my foot. To remind me to walk in love. Dude, please, please, if you're listening to this like Kenneth Copeland or one of you old jeez. Oh jeez that are filled out doing your thing. I'm gonna say without comment because people can just presume what my opinion on them is. But please, go get the Post Malone. Do full Post Malone. I want to see, I want to see, always tired under the eyes. I want to see at least the Justin Bieber necks and neck tattoos. And doesn't want to have barbed wire on his forehead. He does. And he has a sword, I think, on his face. I just want one televangelist to go full on Post Malone. I can Photoshop that and show you what it would look like. I can Photoshop that on Kenneth Copeland's face and if you want. The sword of the spirit. I also know, I actually know this for a fact for Halloween costume purposes. That you could buy the full Post Malone face tap get. And just go ahead and do a replica. Listen, it's not gonna hurt anything to do one episode of find your faith today. You know, or whatever one of these shows are with the full post ink. Just one time to see what those seed faith donations, see how they perform at the end of the show. You go one episode full post. I'm just awesome out there. I was with my brother the other night at the magic game and I told him this because we come from the same family. And my parents do not approve of tattoos. And my parents come from the same world as Joyce Myers. And my brother is very tattooed. And it has been a thing in our family. And so I was telling him to give him ammo for the next family gathering. Hey, by the way, Joyce Myers, got tattoos. And he's like, who's that? And I was like, mom and dad's people. And he's like, well, it seems like just everybody has tattoos now. I mean, what's the big deal? And I was like, I don't, but the other side, I was trying to give you ammo, dude. Tell mom and dad next time they look disapprovingly at you at your arms. One of their mentors and peers has tattoos, man. Would you rather what would be more satisfying if you were to turn on TV and like, you know, like pat Robertson had either the Mike Tyson tribal I ink, face tattoo or like a Lil Wayne Post Malone kind of inked up face. What would be more satisfying? I kind of think the tribal eye tattoo personally. The pat Robertson goes tribal? I don't know, I'm just saying, I think I would enjoy seeing that more. I'd be satisfied with any of it. As long as it's as long as the above the neck. I would definitely start tuning in. I just want all of the old Christians to all of their tattoos have to be scriptural puns the way joyces are. Like walk in love. So you get love on your foot. Our feet are shot with the gospel, so they tattoo the word gospel under their foot and all this stuff. We need all the puns. Or like the whole suit of armor, you know, the gospel of the armor. They could just get all the all that all over their body. Oh yeah, isn't there something on this armor of God? That you can put on your head. 'cause I would pay good money to see one of the top evangelists. The helmet of Salvation. Especially some of those bald ones, you know, make it a little design. It'd be fun. Yeah, like the Travis Barker. You just tattoo on fake hair. That is like a cool design. You know what I mean? One of them could pull it off. Yeah. I like it. Yeah, all right. What's the last thing? We have to talk about this absolutely insane show for the trailer that I saw. This trailer that I saw yesterday. Kevin Hart is hosting
AP News Radio
Jokic's triple-double lifts Nuggets over Grizzlies 113-97
"The nuggets reminded one and all just who was best in the west were the one 13 to 97 pounding of the grizzlies. For Denver coach Michael Malone, the night merited two thumbs up. Goodwin did a lot of things that we talked about, keeping them out of transition, keeping out of the paint, and we did a really good job all the way around. So proud of our guys for winning the season series and more importantly, just getting another home went in front of a terrific home crowd. The nuggets were down by 11 in the first half, but pulled away in the fourth quarter to extend their Western Conference lead over Memphis to 6 full games. Bruce Morton, Denver
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Jokic has triple-double, Nuggets beat Cavaliers 115-109
"Nikola Jokić had another triple double and Michael Porter junior scored a team high 25 points in the nuggets, one 15 one O 9 victory at Cleveland. Jokic delivered 24 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists for another MVP type performance. He has 22 triple doubles this season, including 13 in his last 16 games. He impressed head coach Michael Malone. When the MVP goes out and puts up a triple double, that means he's impacting the game at a high level across the board. Evan mobley had a game high 31 points for Cleveland, but with scoreless in the fourth quarter. I'm Dave fairy.
The Dan Bongino Show
Steve Deace: Dr. Robert Malone's Concerns Over COVID Vaccine Are Real
"He's correct because they lied from the beginning It doesn't stay in your deltoid It goes to the spike protein travels the entire bloodstream that really loves your testes and ovaries by the way We don't know how long it stays And of course who would we trust of means to long-term be willing to study that and tell us the truth at this point There are places you can go FLCCC dot net I know doctor Malone that's where he went to go with their protocol to try to purge the toxic spike protein from his body Molly James is a good friend of mine James clinic dot com They have a protocol TWC health that's Peter McCulloch and Harvey rich two of the most renowned medical scientists this country has ever produced Those are places where they're trying to figure out in real time to come up with protocol treatments to try to purge that toxic spike protein out of your body But we don't really know how long the long-term risk is because we can't trust the people that created it to give us honest data We've had to force their hand down in courts the entire time to even show us the data on it that they knew all along that the thing didn't work They knew all along that this thing was poisonous They knew all along that they just decided they weren't going to record what happened to 230 pregnant women in the Pfizer trials Like they just literally disappeared Where are they Where are their babies What happened We don't know This is the worst human rights violation that's occurred maybe in all of human history because that's why we called it the fourth right because it didn't come from just one autocratic authoritarian demonic regime Dan every nation for the first time in human history Every nation erased their borders beat their swords in the plow shares and said like a Thanos snap will just stop having life We'll just stop everything right now for an indefinite period of time over this virus until we have these vaccines that turned out to not work but we'll keep trying to inject them and impose them on our people
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Nikola Jokic scores 27, Nuggets hold off Heat 112-108
"The nuggets got past a slow start and cooled off the heat one 12 one O 8. Denver coach Michael Malone said it was nice to beat an opponent that had won 8 in a row on its home floor. They're a good basketball team and I was proud of our guys for finding a way to pull the win out. And stay focused and locked in and what we're trying to accomplish. The nuggets were down 11 in the first quarter before going on to win for the 6th time in 8 starts. Nikola Jokić led the way with 27 points and 12 rebounds. The nuggets now lead the west by 5 games. I'm Bruce Morton
AP News Radio
Timberwolves cruise to 128-98 win against Jokic-less Nuggets
"The nuggets absorbed a one 28 98 loss to the Timberwolves after head coach Michael Malone elected to sit Nikola Jokić and three other starters on the second night of back to backs. D'angelo Russell delivered 14 of his 18 points in the first quarter and finished with ten assists Anthony Edwards had a team high 20 points for the wolves who never trailed and led by 20 in the second quarter. Rudy Gobert chipped in 16 points to Minnesota's 7th win in ten games. Michael Porter, junior was the lone Denver regular in the lineup, scoring a team high 22 points. I'm Dave ferry.
The Dan Bongino Show
Dr. Robert Malone Will Explain COVID, Vaccine Impacts on Friday
"Because I will be out Friday and I was going to take the day off but I have been itching for a long time to get doctor Robert Malone on Doctor Malone is a scientist who specializes in virology disease vectors vaccinations and doctor Malone became a target of the left when early on he started warning about COVID and about the vaccine and everybody left him off as some kind of a quack Well if you were to listen to doctor Robert Malone you probably would have saved yourself the horror I'm dealing with now with the vaccine and the damage to my heart I wish I would have listened to doctor Malone So I've been dying to get him on the show and I said the ghee let's not take off Friday Let's interview doctor Malone And the long form interview on my podcast But what's the bad news then Well the good news is we talked to Robert Malone The bad news is we talked to Robert Malone and what he said Yeah I know I'm serious Jim shaken his head It's a disturbing interview And I don't mean that I mean like Malone was amazing I don't mean as a reflection on the quality of the interview It's really disturbing what he said It's a long when you agree guy very kind of wonky interview at times but let me tell you something I'm going to leave you with no questions about what's going on with this vaccine None You curious about blood clots fibrin myocarditis HRV scores your heart rate are you okay after you took it It's about a 40 45 minute interview You don't think it's all the same thing So I don't know I don't know I walked out of there not feeling that great So that will air on my podcast channel on Friday Go there Apple Spotify and rumble and subscribe today and you'll see that
The Charlie Kirk Show
'Transcend Fear' With Dr. Joseph Ladapo
"Joining us now is one of the most courageous people in America and he has a book out that we want to discuss with him and also talk about some of the news surrounding the COVID vaccine and investigations into it. It's doctor Joseph ladapo transcend fear a blueprint for mindful leadership in public health, doctor, welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks, pleasure to be back, chatting with you today. Thank you. Tell us about your book. How the book is a book about, yes, decision making and public health, but really more, frankly, about my own personal journey in terms of how I came to be able to speak honestly, even when it was very unpopular. And how the process that I personally went through to get there. So I wanted to share that for other people who might be interested in that path. And I talk about that in the book. Yeah, so tell us how you think that can apply now in a time where we have the most suicidal alcohol addicted drug addicted generation history. Walk us through some of the lessons in your book that you think can apply to the nation's young people. Oh, yeah. Well, that's a great, that's a great question. And I think really what, you know, when I talk about my book is how I went from being someone who was very disconnected, emotionally disconnected to myself to and very, very much fear written, very, very much running a frequency of fear. That was a major part of my life to being someone who was no longer living dominated by fear. I mean, I get scared every now and then, but it's no longer it doesn't define any of my decisions.
The Charlie Kirk Show
WHO Claims the Covid Emergency Is Not Over
"Play a piece of tape here and get your reaction. This is the WHO has decided that the COVID pandemic is not over, play cut too. The committee has advised me that, in its view, COVID-19 remains a global health emergency. And I agree. They need an emergency to stay in power, but also is that a way for them to continue to cover up what they have done. These last couple of years, if the crisis never over, how could you investigate the crisis? That's a good point. And notice how he's using the classic ploy of hiding behind a committee. Yes, that's exactly right. So that's the usual kind of bureaucrats. Shell game. Bobby Kennedy, you may recall on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, almost exactly a year ago, predicted exactly this. And was hammered by MSNBC for doing it and called a crazy, but he said outright if we don't force them to relinquish this power, they will carry it for as long as they possibly can. And he was dead on. And they're going to continue in this state of perpetual and ongoing emergency until we either force our hand and that kind of goes this idea of justice and the next kind of chess move.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Robert Malone Tried to Warn Us...
"Us now is doctor Robert Malone to his great credit. His wisdom is clairvoyance and his courage tried to warn us. If there was a T-shirt that somebody earned, it would be doctor Robert Malone walking around with a T-shirt that said, I tried to warn you and boy did he try to warn us. Doctor Robert Malone, welcome back to the program. Generally, it's always my pleasure. Anytime you want me on, you just have to whistle. Thank you. Well, we whistled early this morning and you said yes, doctor Malone, let me get your immediate reaction to the Pfizer video that came out last week. What's your reaction? Well, I think you probably saw it. It was appended to the video. They showed me the embargoed version and then immediately got my reactions, which were basically shock. Shock almost more at the cavalier attitude of the young physician and his complete lack of empathy and is smiling, joking, casualness about revealing the corruption of the government completely. The corruption of regulatory affairs, the casual approach towards gain of function research or directed evolution. I put out a substack in which I got the government's assessment of what is gain of function research and what they've been doing absolutely qualifies. But for me, the thing that was most stunning was just the casual attitude about something that has caused such huge, huge death and destruction all over the world.
AP News Radio
Jokic leads Nuggets past Blazers for 14th straight home win
"The nuggets won their 14th consecutive home game when they defeated Portland one 22 one 13. What made this game different was that the guy in charge was acting head coach Dave adelman. It just felt like coaching a basketball game. You know, people never believe this, but coaching a high school state tournament game try doing that one time. This is lise these guys are grown men. Assistant coach adelman took over when hours before tip off, nuggets head coach Michael Malone went into the NBA's health and safety protocols. Nikola Jokić dominated with 36 points, 12 rebounds, and ten assists. Bruce Morton, Denver
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Jokic, Nuggets rout Suns 126-97 for 12th straight home win
"The nuggets took advantage of an undermanned opponent to blow out Phoenix one 26 97. Denver coach Michael Malone is happy to point out his team has won 12 consecutive home games. Your home court has to have an advantage. Our fans have been terrific. And I just love how we're playing. I mean, once again, a good defensive performance that leads to our offense. The sons were without 7 players four of them starters. Phoenix has lost 7 of 8. For the nuggets, Nikola Jokić and bones highland were each game high with 21 points. Bruce Morton, Denver
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Murray, Jokic lead charge as Nuggets beat Lakers 122-109
"The nuggets had their way with the shorthanded Lakers winning one 22 one O 9. Coach Michael Malone loves the way his team is dominating on its home floor to winner. I think 11 straight at home is terrific. And I know they were depleted, but I felt we had a lot of guys step up. So Goodwin and we'll get ready for Phoenix. Jamal Murray led all scores with a season high 34 points, and Nikola Jokić notched a triple double despite taking only 5 shots. LA was without 5 regulars, including LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Bruce Morton, Denver
AP News Radio
Murray's early exploits lead Nuggets to rout of Clippers
"The nuggets were in control throughout in a one 22 to 91 thumping of the clippers, Denver jumped out to a 66 32 halftime lead, but for coach Michael Malone, even that wasn't good enough. Yeah, it was great. You know, I told our guys at halftime. The edit we showed was all positive. And my challenge was simple. Understand why we're up and don't be bored with success. Don't be satisfied. Up by as many as 43 in this one, the nuggets of one 7 of 9 and are tied with Memphis for the Western Conference lead at 25 and 13. Bruce Morton, Denver
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Robert Malone on the Pattern of Sudden Death in Healthy People
"Malone, can you add some detail or some context to this pattern that we are seeing of healthy young people, particularly young men that are in athletics or otherwise that are dropping suddenly with previously unexplained health conditions. Well, Charlie, I think in another life you must have been a pathologist because you've got a dead on. We should look for signal and once we observe signal, then we should do further investigations. That's the responsible position to take in medicine. And unfortunately, we've had an effort to block any autopsies being performed that could help us get to the bottom of this. The pattern is clear and apparent that there are these unexplained excess deaths which have all the signs and symptoms of cardiac deaths that are occurring all over the world and we have the very clear documentation of myocarditis, which has a long-term mortality rate that's nontrivial. So in this myocarditis, clinically, is at the frequency of about one in 2000 to one in 3000, multiple papers documenting this. But what's not often recognized is that clinical myocarditis that brings you to the hospital or to a doctor is just the tip of the iceberg. And that hard does not heal its scars. And when it scars, it creates this problem of electrical misconduct that sets up ventricular fibrillation, which appears to be one of the causes of these sudden deaths, the other one being stroke.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Shares His Condolences for Damar Hamlin
"A second we'll have doctor Robert Malone on the program to help unpack the tragic situation that unfolded that I happen to see live on Monday Night Football last evening of a football game that turned into a life or death situation. And so let me just read the tweet. It's been viewed over 10 million times. I was ridiculed and attacked by everybody from Adam kinzinger on down and here's the tweet. This is a tragic and all too familiar sight right now. Athletes dropping suddenly. That was my tweet. And people thought that I was being a conspiracy theorist. I was attacked. In fact, newsweek wrote an article that said, I am human garbage this morning. And that's, I guess, that's their opinion. I did not, I don't know what happened. All I know is I am thankful. Praise God that demar Hamlin looks to be in better condition and praise God that they were medics just feet away. And it is true. It is tragic and all too familiar. That athletes are dropping suddenly. And I suppose saying that and saying that there is a pattern that seems to be emerging across the planet, gets you to be attacked from every possible direction.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Robert Malone Joins Charlie to Dissect the Damar Hamlin Incident
"With us right now as doctor Robert Malone, doctor Malone, I don't know what happened. I don't think anybody knows yet, but you believe that just immediately trying to, let's just say, drop a label on that situation last evening is as irresponsible as just saying that there's no such thing as vaccine injuries. What is your take on the tragic situation that unfolded yesterday on Monday Night Football? So Charlie, I'm sorry that you've been subjected to this. My heart goes out to you as somebody who is also received these types of attacks from corporate media and from let's say these tribal reactionary forces because that's really what they are. I had not read your tweet. I'm very glad that you read it. It is completely innocuous. It actually takes as far as I'm concerned, a very responsible position. The documentation for the cause unknown sudden cardiac deaths increases is abundantly covered in Ed Doug's book called cause unknown. And of course, Ed is a friend, but I don't have any financial stakes that there's no CLI. I strongly recommend that people get a copy of cause unknown. And make their own assessment. The position that is being advocated by the press, of course, is the one that's most favorable to the vaccine campaigns and initiatives, and to the interests of the large pharmaceutical companies now Moderna and of course Pfizer. And that is that this would be a case of comedic Cordis. And Camino Cordis is a absolute valid element in the differential diagnosis for this case. Unfortunately, however, it is a very rare condition. It's typically seen in baseball players that take a strike over precisely the right place in their heart. And it is very constrained. It's very difficult to cause this experimentally and say a pig model,
The Charlie Kirk Show
Ed Dowd: A Passion to Analyze the Effects of COVID Vaccine Mandate
"Across a conversation with doctor Brett Weinstein, who I always consider to be very far left, but honest, and then doctor Malone, you probably remember the conversation was on the dark horse podcast that went viral. And I said, well, that's interesting. If they're talking about this, then there's something to this that I think people are missing. We asked our audience. We got thousands of emails of people all across the country saying the same thing of different ages, specifically young menstrual menstrual cycle, disruptions, dropping dead, all sorts of nerve issues, and so on and so forth. So I guess my question is, as someone who used to work at BlackRock, how did you get into this and why are you so passionate about it? Yeah, no problem. So, you know, look, like you, I'm curious person. That's been my whole career. My expertise and lies in the space between perception and reality. And the perception at the time I was hearing all these anecdotes was that it's safe and effective. You got to take in an oh, by the way, we're going to mandate this. And that's where that's where I became passionate about this in the summer of 2021. I saw the same podcast she did with doctor Malone and Brett on the dark horse podcast. And that's when I said, aha. Something's really awry here. And that's when I started to dig. And you know, I'm just one of those people that likes to figure out puzzles and the puzzle that I was starting to figure out was horrific. And like yourself, I was never anti vax. I mean, I literally got a tetanus booster two years before COVID. So after my journey, I'm not taking another vaccine ever again. But that's now. Like you, I was not anti anything. My eyes have been opened up and the way that the guts of the medical system and the pharmaceutical system work is flawed and its profit rent seeking behavior that I'm seeing from all these individuals, both the regulators and the farmer, the pharma executives, and some politicians that are bribed by the farm executives to pass laws in their favor.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Elon Musk Officially Owns Twitter
"Elon Musk now owns Twitter. The head of Twitter is gone. Their entire sensorship regime is gone. It is like the liberation of France from the national socialist Workers Party. It's like the fall of the Berlin Wall. The censorship Stasi, the Gestapo that excommunicated the Babylon bee and doctor Malone and Donald Trump and the restriction on speech. It is gone. Because of who, a man that the entire uni party can't control. Now, the story of Elon Musk is such an interesting one. And I am by no means a Musk apologist. There's plenty of things he says and does that I don't like his business in China, neurolink. There's all sorts of stuff. However, Musk is doing something that we have been hitting on this program for quite some time. We believe in hierarchies because we believe in reality. In nature, you are going to have hierarchies. There'll be some people that are richer than others, some people that are smarter than others. Some people that are better at sports, some people that are better at making music. Some people are performing drama or acting. A law of nature is the pareto principle. There will be a small amount of people that owns and produces a lot of stuff. By definition, you're going to have elites. The Marxist egalitarian promise of utopian future is nonsense. You're never going to have that. That's why Marxism always results in smaller and smaller groups of people controlling a lot more and more.
Bob and Sheri
"malone" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"'cause it's the same, it's the same strategy. It's using music and the beat and the creativity to seduce and persuade a woman. Here's a little Post Malone you want to hear the two of them together. Yeah, yeah. All right, hang on. Just to ask. Sorry..
"malone" Discussed on Reply All
"To a rabbinical court to settle this one because we have actual scientific data on this. Which was not mentioned on the show. So even in the early days of the vaccine trials, we started to get some inklings that the vaccines didn't seem to be affecting our fertility. So have a listen to Victoria again. So even in the clinical trials, the participants were asked not to become pregnant, but these were really large trials and accidents happen. We're all stuck in lockdown. Exactly, and those pregnancies happened equally in the vaccinated and in the unvaccinated arms of the trials. If you were getting shot with the placebo, you would have the same chance of getting pregnant as if you were getting shot with the actual vaccine. Exactly. Exactly. That's what we already started to realize once we were getting the clinical trial data. Not that many people did get pregnant in either arm of the trial because people would told to use contraception because scientists were being careful because they didn't know what was going to happen. So they didn't want people to get pregnant. Yeah, makes sense. But Malone didn't mention any of this on the show. We don't know if he knew about it or not. But there were other studies around at the time that have looked at the vaccines and all sorts of stuff related to fertility. Like, does it mess up your eggs? Doesn't mess up your sperm. We found four studies that came out before that show aired. Some of them were in people doing IVF, none of them found bad effects from the vaccine on any of this stuff. So it didn't affect a bunch of these different parameters that measure fertility. Exactly. Exactly. Which I think is pretty important to tell people when you're telling people about how vaccines might affect fertility. So we just have all these pieces in the puzzle suggesting that the vaccines aren't affecting our fertility. And it was just nowhere to be seen on the episode. Right. Right. I mean, it's more fun to talk about a bunch of rabbis. It's true. It's true. But I think another way to look at all these is that if he did know about those studies, this is another example of cherry picking. That's a really classic cherry picking. You can make a great pie out of all those cherries. All right, that just so our audience knows since the airing of that rogue podcast, there's been even clearer data to suggest that the vaccines don't affect our fertility. He is the study that we have Victoria told me about it. It looked at a cohort of more than 2000 couples who were trying to conceive over the course of about ten months. And asked them, it checked in with them every couple of months, you know, since last time we checked in, have you become pregnant? Did you get vaccinated? Did you have COVID? And getting vaccinated made no difference to the couple's chances of becoming pregnant, whether it was the female partner or the male partner, what's actually really interesting about this study, though, is that catching COVID, that made no difference if it was the female partner that caught COVID, but if a male partner caught COVID for two months, there was a decreased chance that the couple would conceive. So that tells us that in males, COVID is actually reducing fertility, luckily temporarily, but it is. So the vaccines don't have an effect on fertility, but in people with sperm, getting COVID does. Yes. That is the picture that we are that we are getting. So if you really want to have a kid and are worried about your fertility and you've got testicles, it seems to me like you should be trying to avoid COVID. Not the vaccine. Makes sense to me. All right, the final thing that I want to talk about just quickly is this phenomenon of seeding doubt in the establishment and given off this feeling of a conspiracy theory. And I don't know whether Malone intended to do this, but he just gave me this feeling that you can't trust the media, the CDC, the scientific consensus. It's all a big conspiracy. I mean, have a listen to this. What we're experiencing is a coordinated media warfare. The level of which we have never seen before and I and my peers who were experienced in multiple outbreaks have never seen this level of coordinated propaganda. Okay, and this is something that actually you tend to say with conspiracy theories. People who promoting them offer this sense of I know something you don't know. Which is fun, like everyone wants to be involved in gossip. Be the smartest person in the room. Exactly. Smartest person in the room. You know, and once you do that, once you say, I know something you don't. And you can't trust the establishment. You know, then who are you left to trust? Malone, right? Which is why what he said towards the end of the show really struck me. He was talking about how we're all just sheeple to Fauci and the CDC basically. The answer is mass formation psychosis. When you have a society that has become decoupled from each other and has free floating anxiety in a sense that things don't make sense. We can't understand it, and then their attention gets focused by a leader or a series of events on one small point, just like hypnosis. They literally become hypnotized and can be led anywhere. And one of the aspects of that phenomena is the people that they identify as their leaders. The ones typically that come in and say, you have this pain, and I can solve it for you. I and I alone. Can fix this problem for you, okay? Then they will lead they will follow that person through hell. And you know, this hypnosis thing. That is going too far. But the research does show that when our lives feel out of control, we do tend to look for stability elsewhere to cope with this anxiety. Because it does give you a sense of security when there's someone you can trust and be thinking, even though things are totally bonkers, someone is telling you you are going to be all right. You are going to be all right. I have the solution. But as I was listening to this episode, I couldn't help but feel that Malone himself, I don't know if he intended to do this at all. But he was whipping us into a frenzy, like making me feel anxious about not trusting the establishment and the things I'm hearing, and then he was offering a solution, which was, you know, he talked about Ivermectin. And we're not going to talk about that. Maybe we'll save it for another day. It's not the solution, by.
"malone" Discussed on Science Vs
"Reproductive health in their communities. Now, they have been some questions around how he represented rabbinical rules and the hasidic community of just leave that where we found it and focus on the science. I will say that it doesn't sound bonkers to me that if our periods are being affected by the vaccines that could be having an effect on our fertility, it's just that we don't need to go to a rabbinical court to settle this one because we have actual scientific data on this. Which was not mentioned on the show. So even in the early days of the vaccine trials, we started to get some inklings that the vaccines didn't seem to be affecting our fertility. So have a listen to Victoria again. So even in the clinical trials, the participants were asked not to become pregnant, but these were really large trials and accidents happen. We're all stuck in lockdown. People are going to have exactly and those pregnancies happened equally in the vaccinated and in the unvaccinated arms of the trials. If you were getting shot with the placebo, you would have the same chance of getting pregnant as if you were getting shot with the actual vaccine. Exactly. Exactly. That's what we already started to realize. Once we were getting the clinical trial data. Now, not that many people did get pregnant in either arm of the trial because people were told to use contraception because scientists were being careful because they didn't know what was going to happen. So they didn't want people to get pregnant. Yeah, makes sense. But Malone didn't mention any of this on the show. We don't know if he knew about it or not. But there were other studies around at the time that have looked at the vaccines and all sorts of stuff related to fertility, like does it mess up your eggs? Doesn't mess up your sperm. We found four studies that came out before that show aired. Some of them were in people doing IVF. None of them found bad effects from the vaccine on any of this stuff. So it didn't affect a bunch of these different parameters that measure fertility. Exactly. Exactly. Which I think is pretty important to tell people when you're telling people about how vaccines might affect fertility. So we just have all these pieces in the puzzle suggesting that the vaccines aren't affecting our fertility. And it was just nowhere to be seen on the episode. Right. Right. I mean, it's more fun to talk about a bunch of rabbis. It's true. It's true. But I think another way to look at all these is that if he didn't know about those studies, this is another example of cherry picking. That's a really classic cherry picking. You can make a great pie out of all those cherries. All right, that does so our audience knows since the airing of that rogue podcast. There's been even clearer data to suggest that the vaccines don't affect our fertility. He is the study that we have Victoria told me about it. It looked at a cohort of more than 2000 couples who were trying to conceive over the course of about ten months. And asked them, it checked in with them every couple of months, you know, since last time we checked in, have you become pregnant? Did you get vaccinated? Did you have COVID? And getting vaccinated made no difference to the couple's chances of becoming pregnant, whether it was the female partner or the male partner. What's actually really interesting about this study, though, is that catching COVID, that made no difference if it was the female partner that called COVID. But if the male partner court COVID for two months, there was a decreased chance that the couple would conceive. So that tells us that in males, COVID is actually reducing fertility. Luckily temporarily, but it is. So the vaccines don't have an effect on fertility, but in people with sperm getting COVID does. Yes. That is the picture that we are that we are getting. So if you really want to have a kid and are worried about your fertility and you've got testicles, it seems to me like you should be trying to avoid COVID, not the vaccine. Makes sense to me. All right, the final thing that I want to talk about just quickly is this phenomenon of seating doubt in the establishment and given off this feeling of a conspiracy theory. And I don't know whether maloney tended to do this, but he just gave me this feeling that you contrast the media the CDC, the scientific consensus. It's all a big conspiracy. I mean, have a listen to this. What we're experiencing is a coordinated media warfare. The level of which we have never seen before, and I and my peers who are experienced in multiple outbreaks have never seen this level of coordinated propaganda. Okay, and this is something that actually you tend to say with conspiracy theories. People who are promoting them offer this sense of I know something you don't know, which is fun, like everyone wants to be involved in gossip. You know, be the smartest person in the room. Exactly. Smartest person in the room. You know, and once you do that, once you say, I know something you don't and you can't trust the establishment. You know, then who are you left to trust? Malone, right? Which is why what he said towards the end of the show really struck me. He was talking about how we're all just cheaper to Fauci on the CDC, basically. The answer is mass formation psychosis. When you have a society that has become decoupled from each other and has free floating anxiety in a sense that things don't make sense, we can't understand it, and then their attention gets focused by a leader or a series of events on one small point, just like hypnosis. They literally become hypnotized and can be led anywhere. And one of the aspects of that phenomena is the people that they identify as their leaders. The ones typically that come in and say, you have this pain, and I can solve it for you. I and I alone. Can fix this problem for you. Then they will lead they will follow that person through hell. And you know, this hypnosis thing, that is going too far. But the research does show that when our lives feel out of control, we do tend to look for stability elsewhere to cope with this anxiety. Because it does give you a sense of security when someone you can trust. And be thinking, even though things are totally bonkers, someone is telling you you are going to be all right. You are going to be all right. I have the solution. But as I was listening to this episode, I couldn't help but feel that Malone himself, I don't know if he intended to do this at all. But he was whipping us into a frenzy. Like making me feel anxious about not trusting the establishment and the things I'm hearing. And then he was offering a solution, which was, you know, he talked about Ivermectin. And we're not going to talk about that. Maybe we'll save it for another day. It's not the solution..
"malone" Discussed on Science Vs
"Ben's going to do is good. I'm glad they're okay. Yeah. So, you know, when I think about how Malone talked about this study, it was almost, I don't know what's going on in his head, but it felt like he trusted and focused on the negative things in this study, but then didn't trust all the positive stuff. Yeah, it almost sounds like you had a copy of the study where all the neutral and good parts were blacked out redacted for some reason. Yes, exactly. You know, and since that whole cockpit, there's been other research, say this even bigger study that came out of Canada, which had something like more than 300,000 boys in that same age group. And it found that the rates of myocarditis after the vaccines were even lower. So in that case, so in that study, it was roughly one in 10,000. And again, no deaths. So like a bigger study found in even smaller risk. Exactly. Now, some data from that Canada study actually found that generally speaking the right of myocarditis was even lower when people spaced out the doses of their vaccines. So like instead of having them a few weeks apart, you just waited longer. And you know, like when I think about when I was listening to the interview with Robert Malone and Joe Rogan, I don't know where they intended this, but I just got these feeling like we really can't trust science and the scientists don't care or aren't thinking about these rare side effects. But you know, despite the fact that in Mike's work, all the cases were mild, despite the fact that this is really, really rare. The Hong Kong actually changed its policy on teens and vaccines. To still reduce the risk of it happening. And so as of December, there have now recommended that taine's white 12 weeks before getting their second shot, so they're spacing it out. So they're taking this mild, rare side effect very seriously. Yeah, this is what Mike said about it. Even if it's mild, we don't want this to happen. So what's a policy here? Have we changed our policy? Yeah, well, here's where I think things get really nuanced and curious. So in the U.S. right now, the CDC still recommends that kids in this age group get their two shots three weeks apart. And so you've got to be asking, why is that? A good reason for it would be because in the U.S. in many parts of the U.S., COVID rates are very high, very high compared to Hong Kong. So Hong Kong is a little bit smaller in population, than New York City. And I'm just going to look up the COVID rates now. Okay, so recently, when you look at a 7 day average, they've got about a 113 reported cases each day, a 113. Oh okay, what are we at in New York? Is it like thousands? Yeah, exactly. I've literally owned my way to get comfy today. Mom did to a 113 people that had COVID. That's not true, but when you look up the daily average in New York City, it's something like 2800, you know. The cases are so much higher. You're just much more likely to get COVID here than in Hong Kong. Yeah, so that means when you're doing this cost benefit analysis, it's like if your chance of getting COVID is higher, that's your chance of getting a complication from COVID is higher. And we know that kids have less of a chance of getting really sick from COVID, but it does happen, you know? Obviously, there's kids in the hospital in the U.S. right now who have COVID. And so we have to be thinking about this. And you know, if you're worried about myocarditis for your kid, like that is a complication of COVID. You can get myocarditis from getting COVID, the disease. Yes, yes. In fact, one study from the CDC found that one in every 750 kids under the age of 16 who got COVID also got myocarditis, which is higher than the risks associated with the vaccine. You know, I do want to say that we really went down the rabbit hole to see if we could find any cases of myocarditis from the vaccines that were not mild. In fact, one of our producers looked through more than 60 papers on this. And she did find that some people did have complications. In fact, we found one report of someone dying, but the vast majority were fine. And if you're going searching for the worst case scenario, then you really need to be also thinking about the deaths from COVID. I would say, looking at the data, if you are worried about these conditions, you know, you're worried about myocarditis. I feel like you should be more worried about your kids getting COVID versus your kids getting a vaccine. That makes sense to me. All right. So that is my story about cherry picking the data. You don't tell people how COVID the illness we are trying to vaccinate for can cause complications. You focus on the very, very scary things. I don't know if he intended to miss all of this, but it is a classic case of cherry picking. Okay, so the next thing that we're gonna talk about is looking out for anecdotes. Stories, especially like scary or really emotional stories. This is a classic a classic one for them misinformation game. Yeah, yeah. We know that anecdotes carry a lot more weight than they really have any business too. So I found this gigantic meta analysis from 2020 that looked at 61 studies of what kind of information is most persuasive to people. And so they compared statistics and data with anecdotes. And they found that sometimes people are totally interested in hearing the statistical data to make decisions. But one big exception to that is when they're making a decision that affects their own health. In that case, yeah, especially if there are possible severe consequences. So in that case, people are more likely to believe in anecdote than they are to listen to stats. That is so interesting. And it's funny, 'cause that's probably when you should be relying on stats the most is serious medical decisions. I heard semantic notes in this episode, so here's an example of what I'm talking about. So I took two doses of Moderna. With the second dose I developed stage three hypertension with systolic blood pressure of up to two 30. I'm lucky to be alive. You know, what it means is I've had a stress test in my aorta and my cerebral vascular system and I didn't have a stroke and I didn't tear my aorta alt shreds. But it's a good thing. Wow, he's saying that.
"malone" Discussed on Science Vs
"Today we are fact checking the Joe Rogan episode that everyone's up in arms about. And what we're going to do in this show is not just fact check that episode, but show you how we at science versus sort through the confusing claims about science that we hear. And we kind of hoping that this will just in general help you to navigate the world of misinformation. You know, even away from this episode of Joe Rogan. And to help me with this, I have my trusty sidekick producer rose rimbler. Hello, hi, Wendy. How do you feel about being my trusty sidekick? I feel emasculated. Well, so. What did you feel like when you were listening to this episode? My first thought when we were talking about going through this episode and breaking it down was I felt kind of overwhelmed because there's a lot going on in this episode. They cover lots of stuff. So much so much. And so here's what we're going to do. Instead of going through the claims one by one by one, we have decided to pick out the parts of this interview that tell a larger story about the general tools that you see over and over again in the misinformation game. But we do want to say a couple of things up front. The first is that we reached out to both Joe Rogan and Robert Malone. Rogan didn't get back to us. Malone pointed us to some posts online, but he didn't respond to our specific questions. Also, earlier this week, Rogan said that he's not trying to promote misinformation and Malone, he might believe the things that he said in that episode. All right, let's jump in. Okay, so the first thing we want to talk to you about, something you might be familiar with, cherry picking the data. Yeah, that's the classic. So cherry picking is when you are just picking out either pieces of information or specific studies that support your point of view and ignoring any data that doesn't support at that point of view. Yes, yes, exactly. And an analysis of misinformation around COVID-19 found that cherry picking was a common thing that you see. And so the example that I want to zoom in on something I noticed while listening to this Malone interview was when he was talking about this condition called myocarditis. So this is basically inflammation of the heart muscle and it can feel a bit like chest pain or heart palpitations, sometimes it can give you shortness of breath. And it's often caused by viral infections but it can be caused by other things. So it's not a specific disease. It's more like just the condition of having some inflammation around your heart, which could happen for all kinds of reasons. Yeah, exactly exactly and it can be serious, but actually in many cases it goes away and can be treated pretty easily. So you can have like an inflammation of your heart. That is not that big of a deal. It's kind of weird, 'cause it sounds like it could be a horrible thing. It sounds bad. That's right, that's right. And you can have very scary myocarditis when it's caused by viruses. But here's what Malone said about when people get myocarditis after getting vaccinated. So recent paper out of Hong Kong comprehensive analysis, myocarditis, in boys, hospitalized. That makes sense. That's word string. So that's the data analysis. So that's saying the myocarditis was so bad after vaccination, and these are all verified post vaccination. Myocarditis was so bad that you went to the hospital. Incidence rate is one in 2700. Now, there's all kinds of hand waving. That, oh, myocarditis is mild. They recover from it. Those statements aren't, let's say gently based in fact. I asked one of the authors of this paper about this, doctor Mike Quan. Are those statements not let's say gently based in fact? I can tell you those are factual. Those are factual. Those patients, they have completely. Mike is a pediatrician and expert infectious diseases at Princess Margaret hospital in Hong Kong. I was chatting to him on Sunday Night. And he said that the story with this study begins with this reporting system that Hong Kong has to pick up side effects from the vaccines. So if some people in Hong Kong get like a weird symptom after they get the COVID-19 vaccine, it gets reported. And Mike was the guy in Hong Kong that would get pinged if tens in particular was suspected of having myocarditis. In the middle of the night 2 a.m. 3 a.m. yeah, so we'd get these messages saying we think we have a case we think we have a case and then he would make sure that these patients got all these tests done on them to confirm. Yes, this is myocarditis. And all of this monitoring was going on for three months in the middle of last year when locked in lots of teens in Hong Kong were getting vaccinated. So in the end, a 178,000 who were between 12 and 17 got the mRNA vaccine. And 33 of them got myocarditis. Most of them were boys. And in most cases, it popped up after the second dose. Now, when you zoom in on the stats for boys. It actually did turn out in this study that one in 2700 just what Malone said had myocarditis. So just looking at that study, maloney's right. And having anything going wrong with your heart, it could freak you out. And I asked Mike about this. When you saw the boys who had this with a scared, were they worried? Yeah, they answered a question at the time. So were they okay? Were they okay? Yes. Well, that is the big big question. How dangerous was this for the kids? And you heard Malone said that the myocarditis was so bad that they went to the hospital for it. But the thing is, if you read the paper that micro. It's very clear that all of the cases were mild. And in fact, Mike told me that a big reason the kids were in the hospital is because Mike wanted to do all these fancy tests on them like cardiac MRIs that aren't available in a regular doctor's office. Okay, since we're hospitalized because we would need to perform a detailed worker for them. So they didn't need to be there to keep them alive. No. No, no, no, no, no, no. In fact, he said that these patients they all cleared up with either painkillers like ibuprofen. Some of them even not require medications. And they just take a rest, and eventually they recover by themselves. And none of them got the fear complications and no case of mortality, most importantly. And all of them recover and went back home. And so far, some patient being full of around 7 months. And that's a very good no problem. So this is a very good news. Yeah, so they've followed the patients for months now and Mike said that they are quote perfectly normal. And he's going to keep following them up just in case something changes..
"malone" Discussed on Science Vs
"We had been busily working on other episodes for our new season. But then quickly shifted gears because of Joe Rogan host of the most listened to podcasts on Spotify, being accused of being a public health menace for repeatedly promoting falsehoods about COVID-19 on his show. Now, if you miss this, perhaps too busy watching the Australian open. Destiny is fulfilled. Anyway, if you're out of the loop, here's the hot tea. Joe Rogan is an incredibly popular podcaster. It's been reported by a bunch of news outlets that millions of people listen to his show. And back in December, he aired this interview with a guy called doctor Robert Malone. Now, Malone did some early fundamental research with mRNA. But since then, he's become famous for getting kicked off Twitter after some say he spread misinformation about the vaccines. Now, in this interview with Joe Rogan, Malone did make the COVID vaccines look bad. He talked about scary side effects, seemed to suggest that boosters could increase your risk of getting COVID, implied the vaccines are risk to our fertility. And that's kind of the tip of the iceberg. Scientists were so up in arms about this interview that hundreds of nerds sent a letter to Spotify, calling on them to do something here. Why Spotify? Well, Joe Rogan has an exclusive deal with them. So you can only listen to his show on Spotify. Some artists have demanded their music be taken off the platform. And now to an upheaval in music streaming, legendary singer songwriter Neil Young is pulling his music from Spotify. Now, Spotify did some stuff like releasing its platform rules. But soon after, even The White House commented, saying tech companies should do more to ensure the American people have access to accurate information on something as significant as COVID-19, that certainly includes Spotify. And it's all quite awkward. Because she says, spot a fly? Spotify. And it's even more awkward, because science versus this show is owned by Spotify. And for the past few months, I've been encouraging you all to join up to Spotify. So, I'm feeling like a bit of a jump here. Which brings us to today. We are going to dig into what Malone and Rogan actually talked about on Rogan's show. And we're going to take a close look at the science and also the bigger picture here. Because we are going to walk you through the ways that misleading claims can confuse us. Into believing stuff that doesn't line up with the best science we've got. Now, as always, if you want to look at any of the evidence that we talk about on this show, we have a transcript that's full of citations. Receipts for everything we say. There's a link in the show notes. So when it comes to misinformation, there's a lot of it flying around. Spotify. So get out your fly's waters. 'cause then, there's science. Science fest is Joe Rogan is.
The Charlie Kirk Show
"malone" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And one of the things I've learned is that, yeah, these media outlets will attack you and they will do nasty stuff and say nasty stuff. Some of my physician buddies are always a gas at this. I think they still think the world is fair. I get a bad long time ago. That's a very important point though. That really is. Yeah, so I mean, I was a farmer in a Carpenter before I was a physician and a scientist, okay? I've been poor. There was a period of time where I lived off roadkill. You know, it's not been an easy road for me and for my wife. And yet here we are. And that gives you a certain amount of confidence and faith in yourself. And I think that that's something we can all take away. And I think it's something that rural America really brings to the table here. And it just breaks my heart to see what's happened to small town USA. With the rise of big ag. And all that. I agree. But I think that, you know, the wisdom of the small farmer. And the tradesman and the laborer is something that we should not forget. And I don't forget it. And I think this is one of the things I get a lot of feedback. It's constantly amazing to me. Why do people want to listen to me on podcasts? And it is. I'm being sincere. You know, what is it? And so I'm constantly saying, you know, why do you want to talk to me? And what is it that you get out of this? What I hear back is that people really like that I don't talk down to them. That's true. And I try to make things understandable and I don't judge them, wherever they come from. And I like to say, look, guys, I live in a purple state in a red county and I run a small farm, and I've got to get along with everybody. I got to get along to tractor dealership. I got to get along with a guy that makes my alfalfa and I also got a drive up the road to D.C. and deal with that whole. Kabuki theater. So you know, I got I live in a lot of different worlds. And I've found over time that your Friends will sustain you. And I've had setbacks. I've been fired from jobs. And every time my friends help pick me up and they give me strength. And if that's something I can close on, you know, build community. That's what's gone wrong here. That's what's really gone wrong is we are fundamentally stick as a culture because we've lost our connections with each other. And the folks that are picking our pocket right now get rich on us, like it that way. They like us all divided against each other. And the more we play into that, the more they like it. Well, I totally agree. There is a situation we call it rent seeking behavior. This is the new business model on Wall Street and in the big investment funds. They want things that gives them a monthly check. They want to pick our pocket not once. They want to pick it every month or in the case of these vaccines every 6 months. That's right. That is the honest truth. That's right. And so what we've got now is vaccines as rent seeking behavior from big pharma and their corporate masters, which are these huge investment funds that also control the media and control big tech and it goes on and on and on. And how are we going to break this stranglehold? I don't know. But it's not going to be done by people in Wall Street. It's got to be done by people that wake up and say, just like you said, you had that feeling early on. This isn't right. Something here is not right. And when you have that feeling, I suggest you listen to it. Because it's usually right. It's instinct, some would call it common sense. Doctor Malone, thank you so much for joining us. This was terrific. Thank you for all you're doing for truth and for reason. It's rare. So thank you so much. My pleasure. Thanks so much. Thank you so much for listening everybody email us your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you so much for listening. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..
Tom Roten Morning Show
"malone" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show
"And then they rolled straight into the Emergency use authorization where we all got the jabs but even the fda now in the licensure packet for bio intech. There's a clause in there where they specifically admit that the databases that they had hoped would be able to detect. These kinds of adverse events have turned out to be inadequate so that's the fair system v safe etc. The fda now admits they were inadequate. Then as if that wasn't good enough the fda played another little trick with this licensor normally. There's there's a group called the ver- back. It's an acronym the vaccine related but biologics advisory committee and Any time the. Fda comes up to a decision about whether or not to license vaccine. This independent scientific group has to review the same data that the fda insiders have reviewed. And there's also supposed to be a period for public comment associated with those ver- back meetings but the fda decided that there was no controversy here and absolutely no reason to convene the normal br back meeting which by the way the ver- back is still meeting. But they're talking about lou vaccines and some minor issues so they. They're they already got their scheduled meeting. They're just not going to talk about these vaccines. So the fda Totally bypass their normal process for external review In the case of these because they said there were no controversies and so there was no reason to have that review. I think tat is an amazing statement. just just to assert that there was nothing controversial here now. Another thing that's fascinating was that they issued this authorization to bio intech the day before. Two major papers dropped. That showed that the adverse events in the new england journal medicine the adverse events were much broader than they admit to in the licensing package and The other paper is the one that shows the natural. Immunity is Broader and Last longer than the immunity caused by the vaccine there. Some another paper also from israel that showed that the effectiveness of the vaccine to protect against infection disease by delta was lower than than with the previous strains in the other thing. That's fascinating about the fda package is that they completely disregarded all the delta data it's all based on the alpha and beta data which is now obsolete so you got a license for a vaccine that doesn't exist yet on the shelves here in the states based on data for viruses that don't exist anymore in the states that makes sense. It's it's unbelievable it really is. This has all been very eye opening for all of us. Dr malone and is i thank you for the work. You're doing to get the truth out across america. Thank you for taking time this morning. To come on this program and I just hope that That you'll be able to continue to get the truth out. We've been talking to dr robert. Malone the inventor of the m are in a technology dr milan be safe and thank you again for coming on. Thank you and enjoy life and paradise right..
The Propaganda Report
"malone" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"The ones that we are on and today we have just like all the other shows. We bring a group of really interesting people. Researchers doctors authors all types of people. We explore ideas challenge ideas and have a fun and interesting and important discussion and today. We have our special guests. Dr robert malone. Who's with us. Some of you guys might know him because he's been doing a lot of interviews of late but i know i've also asked many of the people on the show because a lot of these people who are joining us Dear friends of mine who've been on my show. Dr midday dot really dr joel hirschhorn. So many awesome.
So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"malone" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Came out in nineteen seventy six. It was a movie directed by alan parker in stars. Jodie foster scott baeau who We have also briefly even happy days. Florence garland john cassisi. Bonnie langford dexter fletcher among others. It was nominated for one oscar for best music original song score and its adaptation or best adaptation score which like great is such a long term. I don't actually know what it means. And they don't call it that anymore. So had something to do with music and box office receipts. Were not really track. Like they are today in nineteen seventy six but we do know it was not much of a hit in the united states however in my research i've seen it was a huge hit in the united kingdom. I saw one article mentioned that children in ethiopia have grown up with this movie. I've also seen. It was a hit in japan so apparently this is a movie that was well loved just not in the united states. I mean the plot was all. Us his history. I mean loose. Us and it was a little bit back in the day and seems like perfect american musical. I know and if you are not familiar with this period in american history and honestly. I don't know why you would be united states like yeah. It's kind of a. It's wildly doing yeah. It was forty years in the past from the time. The movie came out and it was targeted at children. Who absolutely did not live at that time. I don't know yeah so this movie. Think basically what you need to know as before we go any further is that this is a musical spoof on gangster films and all of the rules don't roles but they're played by children. Yes a hundred percent of the cast is children. There are no adults average. Age was twelve so like actual children in ice on. No one was older than sixteen. I saw than seventeen so maybe a birthday foul in the middle. Maybe either way. None of them were legal. Voting age won't at the time they filmed. Yeah which they had to have like teachers onset and they couldn't shoot at night and so lots of restrictions on that but this was the vision that the director had because the son gave the idea which is funny. I mean it sounds like something. A kid would just say about any movie but he happened to say it to his director. Father about this movie sure. Yeah i read an interview with the director in. He said i had four young children in. We used to go up to cottage on the weekends. In on the long boring car journey up there i started telling the story of a gangster called bugsy malone and they'd ask questions i'd makeup answers based on my memories of watching old movie reruns as a kid and it. Yeah like you said it was. His idea has sunset can the heroes kids in the ids. Say can as well as the villains and everybody else. Yup must be box right. No you're not no but that's the best punch. I've saw even coached door taking it up. Nope why not. You could be a champion. There had the chance. I could help you. You know cagey joe. No you must know sluggish as much through you know what's your name anyway Smith leroy smith bugsy malone put it there leeway. You've got yourself a manager in the thirties. Around prohibition and there were two dueling mobs or gangs gangs and loosely based off of like al capone and Another gangster call eggs marine. Yeah it was like it's close. The best part. I think is that because you know you're like oh a mobster. Movie gangster. Movie played by kids of that seems a little grotesque No because the guns shot whip cream and they like literally also took pies and through pies at each other amazing Yes i love it. I love that all of the children when they are getting pied were shot. I guess they're splurged with the whipped game to like no no. What did i do to deserve this out. Like the die when this happens but at the same time like they are very upset and do not want this to happen and you don't see them again so yeah Apparently they did not actually shoot the whipped cream on saturday. Tried doing it with wax balls filled with cream but it actually hurts people to shoot them with it did on adults so instead they shot pingpong balls and then they used editing to make it look like they were getting lurched yeah that must've been so like what a fun movie to be on as a kid who's gonna throw of cream at each other. I feel like as an adult. It would be a blast so yes as a kid. That would be amazing. I'd be more conscious about my hair washing schedule. And.
"malone" Discussed on From Scratch
"Different from the former wits like anything. Do you know brands and people they evolve. And i didn't wanna go back and repeat all i wanted to do was create a just wanted to create again and do what i loved and i do love being a shopkeeper so we started background kitchen table had no idea how hard it was. It was the toughest to first two years. I have ever. And if i'd known i would never have done it and lies the absolute truth. I wanted to create something that really captivated creativity and my passion for storytelling. So when i walked into that little shop of forty two elizabeth street one on my birthday it was this tiny little shopping. It was really narrow. And i said oh but these wars. Go back much further and the architects. They don't listen just they do another. Do 'cause i what's so took a screwdriver. And i drilled a hole and you could say at least three four foot. So i we pull this back and we're going to create a brasserie. My poor husbands spicer at that point was like oh. She's going to into food because he he they could never predict score. I'm gonna go. And i said we're gonna create a brasserie refill knows and honestly every person in that spice looked me as though i was completely melts. Why was the those first two years more challenging than you thought. Was it the personal hurdles of not being able of having writer's block away or that was part of it I certainly not being able to. But that point i was creating fragments but they went brilliant. Could smell the things that i did. Then which i still have some of them you would. You wouldn't say that was job. But i knew my sense of smell and that creativity would eventually find his way back to me and it did. So what else was harder than you thought. In those first two years. I got the packaging wrong and i'm very impulsive and i'm very i'm very controlling with my business than it was so myself so i want to allred. I did everything read. And i looked to and i remember. I pushed the button on ten thousand boxes. And i looked at them. And i thought it's not me on is not me and there's nothing and sometimes when you were small brand and you do You have to get on with it. We got the wrong location. We did a raw pop that was in the room location. All of those things. And i kept. I kept feeling utterly humiliated. And i've done it myself. And then i saw to find my pace again. Once we found a first time the little shop. I then went back and rebranded while i was sitting at my desk and i was just about to go to shanghai in china with the great campaign as someone had sent me a bottle of red no varnish could shanghai red and i today on today and i had a whole line of labels in front of me. My desk took picked up a pencil. Dropped in varnish. And i did one drop across the hope and lit and it was. That's it i'm dyslexic so when i approve a product. I don't sign a form. I do a little red sticky dot. And i stick it and it was. You thought it was right up in front of you all time and you had been doing that. Prior to that moment dots here for the last five years. You say nail varnish so nail polish. Yes sorry polish. And what about the story of the pa- mellow when you're on vacation With son and husband and again you it wasn't right but you had launched this campaign and now you were going to pull everything back in can. Can you tell us about that. Come with joe loves from an ied created for fragrances. And the hero was pa- mellow i knew it was but there was something in it. That just wasn't wasn't right. It was one of the very first fragrances. I created and i was walking along the beach in texan. Keiko's and i had lost. I just couldn't find my creative force again. And suddenly this baby stingray was to swimming side of me and she was fluttering. She wasn't and i stopped and it just flooded. It was a baby little when it was beautiful in the water. And i walked all the way down the beach and it followed me and at that time i was suffering terribly from anxiety. Say because i couldn't. I didn't know where i was going and just captivated me and i realized that got to the end of the beach and it was joe. Creativity is not you. Don't own it. he's not yours to keep but it will mimic q. And as many as she is mimicking you in the water. Just look up. Just look up and create an i and it was tingles. Even think about it now and it was wonderful life. My mom where you look up. And i captured everything i saw and i created one single night a lot together with paul mellow but few months later when we're about to launch it there was one note that was missing and couldn't figure out what it was lincoln fear out and i had to pull the launch because i really wanted to be there forever and if you if you send out to market ninety two percent correct or whatever you undermine everything you're about as a greater so he pulled it found that one night locked in and of an off we went and it is no one in on and what what by the way is it like You know coexisting in and of department store do with. Joe loves next to jo malone. What is that like for you. The nearest we got selfridge's and there's a moment in the middle of the night we were building this shopping..
"malone" Discussed on From Scratch
"I was looking for distribution somebody that understood different territories and i was looking for someone that loved the industry and i found will three with him. Yeah and he's very hands on with his acquisitions Did he come to the store and london or he came he actually when we sold and we announced it to our team. He came in her breakfast with my tape and we were cooking bacon sandwiches which is very traditional british thing to do and we set with the fire alarm so all the fire engines arrived in slain street. And he was about to come speak. It was he. He's just amazing man. And i love him dearly. What's another example of of his goodness side. They saved my life. How me when. I was diagnosed with breast cancer Ed leonardo was the first person i called. And i was really scared. So without that amazing couple. I don't probably think i will be here today. Another amazing couple. Is you and your husband. It seems gerry. You met at bible school and did what. What is he nyc. What is he like. I've been married thirty plus years coming out from my anniversary. He's my best friend. He's my cellmate. He's where everything each other renault and we've been in business. Mice davao married life together. So i'm very creative. He's very strategic but he's funny. He's amusing he's kind. He's truthful his down to earth. I love my family and we have this saying in family that we felt like we've lived like royalty all lives that if we have ten pounds pocket for a glass of wine and a one plate of pasta share. That's rich so it's the i just. I can't imagine my life without him. He was a surveyor prior to join. You right yeah. He built buildings and hospitals and he was in charge of he does. He often says that when we started work together instead of bricks and cement it was fragrance and bottles. He was the money man. Say he was the legal. He was the money man. He was the team leader. I'm good with my team. But i'm not somebody that can run a manager business. I'm the creative director of something. He's really good at. What were you doing a bible school. I left school at sixteen. I had walked into a church and heard the story of a woman called jackie challenger and she's written a book called chasing the dragon. She'd gone to hong kong to as a missionary and i was captivated by his story. And at that point i i felt i had nothing to give in life and i wanted to find something i could do and in fact i met my husband too. He was training to be a vicar. A member of the church. You mentioned the lawyers As being an incredible influence in your in your life you called them when you had breast cancer. How did that affect you professionally. What did that do to your professional life. well It was evelyn. I called festival and evelyn was. I remember her words vividly. That nights was diagnosed and she said remember. Honey might lemonade from lemons. How did it affect me. Well to be honest i. My business didn't matter to me at that point when you are told you have less than a year to live. You have the most aggressive form of breast cancer. Your world changes. And i looked at my son and that was all i cared about. Was my husband my son. Would i ever see him. Grow up whatever seen go to school. Wherever seem get married with those things gone forever. And i didn't care about anything that was in a bottle just was irrelevant. I did try to work during that time. But the chemo was so extensive that it took my tastes and took my nose. And i was just i had nothing and every time i did smell anything. I was violently. Ill just wasn't for me. So i just spent that year just focusing on getting well It was meant to be the first sixteen weeks. And then i go into my chemo. And i had to do all over again piece by piece day by day. I put my life back together. And meanwhile you're still creative director At of jo malone During this even though you had put that on hold. I wasn't very creative during that time that that's for sure the intention was when it was all over i would go back and that's exactly what i did a year later. I opened the chappel madison avenue. And i was standing there my hair or just come back as wearing. The same jacket is my lucky jacket is wearing the jacket and signing there and i just didn't feel part of it any longer. It was suddenly a job and i'd never had a job. I still haven't ever had a job. I love what i do. And i was standing there and i just felt you know what joe is time for you to move on. It's you don't belong here anymore. And that was the the night. I made the decision to you. Spent five years in the desert so to speak and before starting joe loves Because you did not work in the fragrance business Partly because of this decision you made. How was that for you. Well if you sell a company and you leave you. Have you have to be locked out of that. You paid a lot of money. You can't expect to enter. And that she when i did leave. I felt i take that box. I didn't want to go back to doing it again. But lost i always in straight putting those on the shelves on you had made the biggest mistake of my life and the d. The deal was done. The contracts were signed. It was and i won't to. Why am i remember it. Vividly tears point on my face. Thinking what have i done. What have i don. I wanted to say. I changed my mind but it was it. That was it And so those five years were just horrendous for me because and it was even it was worse than fighting cancer. Because i lost my identity who i was. I couldn't create so..
"malone" Discussed on From Scratch
"That woman wanted by hundred bottles and that was lee birth of the company. It's amazing in life sentence when you do something and it becomes we call it viral today but it you know where it just takes off. Everyone assumes that it's his huge business often with an indie brand. You're in your kitchen with the plastic jugs and we and i were literally making thousands of bottles awake. He would do his day job. Come home we'd worked till three in the morning filling bottles. Yeah so it took off in. What way was not having formal training helpful to you. I didn't have formal. Try had formal training for skincare with my mom and learning engaging often doing courses. So i had that formal training but as to fragrance. No i had no formal training at all but because of being dyslexic. I have this amazing memory. So i can memorize moments and i can recall them very quickly and i can recall the essence and the smell. What i didn't know how to do was to take that essence in that smell recreates it and that's what i had to learn and rely so i found great perfumers and i would sit with them and just talked through stories in trying to understand how something was constructed and at that time you know. It was very strange to take three ingredients lime basil mandarin lot more together it was dumb and certainly not a bestselling fragrance so in nineteen ninety nine. You launched jo malone. You had your first shop on walton street in london and and it was. It was a success. Almost rose right away. How does that happen. I had ten years. I had a really loyal clientele. There were people that loved the brand but when we opened little walton straight all those years ago on the first day a man wooten and offered me a million dollars my company and i declined but for me. You know a million dollars when i was back in an apartment sleeping on a piece foam on the floor with no curtains. It was kinda quite appealing and it wasn't just in the uk. It was america. America was really hungry for the product. There's a simplicity About the fragrances. Even now where they're just sort of like one or two notes rather than this law. Would you describe what you can. Smell is what you're reading on. The label but in order to often perfect fragrance and create that one not affect the complexity underneath. It is hundreds of different pieces of accords within them. So they're not that what you smell at us. Pamela you smell palmilla line basilan. You smell mambazo mandarin. So i think that's very much my identity my signature in a fragrance but in order to achieve that is a very is like an orchestra and violin. Playing a solo. It has to be no perfect and fragrances. The same you said that new york or at that. The united states was very hungry for your fragrance. How does one go from having a little shop to then being in existence in in the united states we went well the we had one one little shop and then amazing woman who don't mellow walks into a shop one day and she headed bergdorf goodman at the time she was president and she looked and she said i would love to bring you to new york and this was you know this was way before asylo florida so gary and i jumped on a plane out we came to new york and we go to longtime we negotiated a deal and we built a tiny little shopping bergdorf goodman we launched Just before vote holiday season. I had no money left for marketing or anything and we were staying in a little hotel that we done a deal with and all we had was empty bags on black ribbon. I said how much money do we have to. Pr any said nothing. I said well how we. What am i supposed to do. And he said tell your story and he looked to the bags instead and we got bags as they sought to pack them up with the black ranjit. Said what are you doing. I said there's nothing in them and said no one else knows that so. We sent one hundred bags out into the streets with empty. Nothing in them and of course by the time we launched in bergdorf goodman. And we've got a hundred friends to help me. Everyone had seen the brand because strangers for carrying these bags. Yeah the when you when you see something that's different you suddenly clock it then you see again a third of the fourth time that somebody thinks i read about that. I've seen that. Where is it and they'll seek to find it And that's what that's what we did by the way This is non sequitur. But shame on me at i thought jo malone was a man and it wasn't until my nanny who worked for jo malone in ireland part-time when that she told me no in fact It's it's a woman to get that a lot. Have you heard that. I sometimes i do. But there's There's a really funny moment. Way way way back. And this whole catch. Light of japanese tourists arrived at shop and in john malone and they walked into the shop and gary was standing there here husband my husband he was sending they open a whole lot of products and then at the end they said you're such a clever boy jo malone. Can we have a picture. And he stood outside the shop with every single. One of these japanese resin had he's paid saddam and so on that day john malone was a man. Why didn't he. Why didn't he let them know you'll have to ask him that question. It was we all raw loved. It was certainly. They didn't want me in the picture. So that was upset. You fine but the The rest of the time. I'm afraid melinda a woman new sold the company to estee lauder in one thousand nine hundred nine. Did they approach. You had that happen. They walked into my store so Pamela baxter who my very different still. Today she came in. I wouldn't have known how to contact any. Gotta be on it so i was just there in the show up and they came and product. Put the card on the table and said we'd like to talk. So i flew out here in the you know when you had that big blizzard here in new york. It was that weekend we were the last plane down and jfk and we went and had a meeting in the building by that point. We were running out of money to further the brand. Although it was making money it you know. In order to expand and distribution you need more funding. But it wasn't until. I met the amazing mr leonard. Lauder that We started to have conversations. I was looking for three things. I was looking for money deep pockets..
90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"malone" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"But how do you look at him and not just like no, he's full of cock, you know you really so she is leaving for the airport in a few hours and he's going to sit down and have a water with his mom and they're both so hot outside. They're like pouring sweat so sounds like how hot is it there? She said that he's super angry and they fight and his mom's like not my baby all the kids at the daycare and the dead It's don't see that side of you and it's like well, obviously the kids and the parents would see that's the only side I have right? You said that he does have an edgy personality. I would say you have an asshole personality bad his mom is super angry and he said maybe kids aren't in my path and his mom's like no kids are not only in your path there in your house is near my house there an hour house. We have daycare and night care. He's very anxious and the next day. We see his very cute dog. Yes. Oh my God. I love this dog. Yeah see two off and turns out she did not get on the flight, but we don't know why here's the thing. We don't know why but also like girl if you were going to decide not to go why the hell even go to Serbia was a you thinking why did you this is so stupid? Yeah speaking of Dom. Let's talk about Tarik and Hazel. They meet with his friend Angela during Corona. No big deal dead. Mhm, and it's eight days until their wedding and I got to tell you they both look very unwell Hazel looks like she got beat up. She looks like she's crying and he's wearing the map of Thailand took it again. Yeah, I love this shirt. I love that. She hates all Thai women. He wears it on his chest proudly and wonders why she hates him like my whole family was murdered in Thailand. And he's like, I love it's just it's like hello. Are you paying attention at all now, so he's still talking to girls online and there's one girl. He was talking to online for eight years and she keeps calling him and so Hazel ask Terry, right? And so what's going on he doesn't say anything. So she now she asked the girl and to wreak is upset cuz he's embarrassed. I feel like I've had guys do this before like it's so manipulative. He's embarrassed that his fiance asked a stranger that he never met, right? Okay. Well then, you know I go marry this girl the guy for eight years. Yeah. Angela takes Hazel side all the way. It handles. Nice. I love Angeles when she says alpha males like to wreak more like a joke a male penis joke like alpha male and alpha male. Can you explain to me? What am I missing here? He's a waka. Waka waka male. Yeah, he's a joke of mail is what he is. She said that he can't talk to women because just because she's bisexual doesn't mean that he could toss. Okay again, I just you know, what bisexual means she doesn't and also like if you if you have this much of a problem with jealousy with him, you should not be involved in, Georgia. M with if you want to be with another woman and be polyamorous that's fine, right but like there are listed every every relationship looks a certain wage sure know it's like sure create your own rules or whatever being bisexual. Yeah is that you are attracted to both men and women..