17 Burst results for "Michael Mouses"

"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Yes. And if you can't steal man that, then that's a situation. That's a good test. And some people succeed and some people fail. They really need to really steal man the other understand that somebody would be hesitant about taking the vaccine. Yeah. It's a giant mess man. This podcasting is just a fun little conversation, but it also has a responsibility. I don't know. I don't know how Joe does it. I don't think Joe cares as much as you do. It's more fun for him in a sense, and he's less concerned about he's not unconcerned with a cultural impact, but for him it's just more brewing out. Yeah. Like he doesn't do as much. He doesn't come in with three pages of single space questions. Yeah. And he's that's why he's talking to Blair white for ten minutes about whether sharks lay eggs without knowing. You're the one triggered person. Maybe he trolled the troll. Well, it worked. Yeah, he did. The shark's legs. I'd like to get an updated 2021 version of Michael mouse giving advice to young people. Okay. So God forbid, high school students, college students listening to you and looking to you for advice. What advice would you give them about career? And about life, how to live a life that can be proud of. This happens a lot because I have my locals community. Malice dot locals dot com. There's a lot of young people in there. So that's a great place. I give them a meta piece of advice. Don't ask your friends for advice, because you're an idiot at your age, and they're all idiots. And they don't want to seem like idiots, they're just going to give you advice they pulled it from the TV, and no one knows what you're talking about, and it's just going to be counterintuitive. So seek out advice from people who you seek to emulate. And ask them for advice. If you can't get a hold of them, figure out a way to get a hold of them. Incentivize them in some way. You'd be surprised how many people are responsive on Twitter or in social media if you just ask them a basic life question. Because then they can quote tweeted and answer to a whole population. So that would be one mechanism. It's also very hard at that age to realize your parents might not be all that bright and they might not be all that good people. So that's a hard one at that age to kind of wrap your head around just because they love you, doesn't mean they understand you. And that's okay. That's okay. Everybody. You're pretty good too. I like your Trump to talk to Elon. Don't conversation..

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"So unlike the people who criticize me, I was bothered by I wasn't bothered by most things, but I was bothered by the fact that he didn't show more worry about the corrupting nature of money in public. He should, if you say that there's no corruption, you should show that because we constantly worry about it. Right. Not because like, look, there's rules, which are enforced by you. Yeah, exactly. So I think the only way to avoid for time, the corrupting force of power is to freak out about it. Nonstop. The impression I always get from people like him and I haven't seen the interview and I won't be watching it is they're genuinely convinced of the good guys. Yeah. And if you're the good guy, sure corruption is a concerned theoretically. But I know this guy at the FDA, I know this senator, sure we disagree, should do some things that are like, but in terms of corrupt, they're not getting briefcases full of money. They're not going to sell a vaccine that kills people in Georgia. So yeah, it's a concern theoretically, but this is 21st century. The thought process, I think writes itself. I think having the humility, I do this all the time, maybe to destructive level, thinking that I might be doing bad for the world. I might be wrong. I might be that kind of thinking is very you should do at least some of that, not to a point being parallelized, but a little bit. You're actually in the right mindset for me to ask you them for advice. Okay. You're in this compassionate thoughtful mood. I like it. The compassion thoughtful Michael. So for future conversations like that, so the person that offered a conversation that first I avoided by might return to his Anthony Fauci, so there's Anthony Fauci, but then there's also Trump and Biden, things that people like that. If you add them on your show or just giving me advice on how to talk to them, what do you think is the right way to talk to them? And forget about future guests, but like to get at something new, you know, together, like get us something, not for views or likes or clicks or any of that, but discover something new through the model conversation. Well, let's take those one at a time. So if I was talking to Trump, I told Ruben to ask Trump this and he didn't, what I wanted to know is, what's the look on your face when you're sending these tweets? Because I'm matching him on the toilet for this phone. Are you cracking yourself up? Are you just completely stoic? Are you that Trump little smirky does? So when you get someone to open up about their emotion with some of their passionate about, I think that breaks down some barriers and that's a really good question. Bond, yeah. But Ruben wouldn't be, that's not a style. That's a great question for you to ask. Well, I told him to say Michael mouse. For Biden, that would be a tough one, because Biden gets doesn't get enough credit for what a good politician is. There was this moment people can see on YouTube where Biden is addressing a room full of people and he had someone there and he goes, can you why don't you stand up everyone can give you a.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"All unlikely we're going to have this one. I don't know if that logic carries through. You can't just say, here's an unlikely thing that happened. Therefore, anything can happen. I just earlier said anything that happened this episode, didn't you? Life is suffering. I wasn't listening to half the things you're saying. You said it. I said it. Yes, you said anything could happen. I'm definitely not here. I'm like you with podcasts. I do a podcast, but I don't listen to it. But talking. Okay. So yeah, yeah, it can happen, but in which, I guess I'm asking, would you stay in Texas? A 100%. And I'd run for office probably. It would be fun. I'm gonna be the first president of Texas. I attended a debate between yarn books and your zoni. I don't know if you know who that is. The nationalist guy. Yeah, he wrote a book called the virtue of nationalism. And that actually did a podcast with him. They did a debate. They both run here. Okay. It was quite interesting. And I tried to wear my Michael mouse hat. So wearing it now. You borrowed that from me. Yeah. It's funny 'cause the metaphor applies across all of these level of collectivism. So he was arguing that for the power of nation. So you would be arguing against natural divorce. But he was also arguing for marriage, the power of actual marriage between individuals, I think he's a conservative. What I really like about him is there's a clear philosophy of conservatism that he expresses and I think a lot of people get behind that philosophy because to me, conservatism and liberalism often is very kind of used loosely. Yes, he has a clear philosophy that he's expressing there, and his ground and tradition. He has a lot of value in tradition. And so it's the thing you said about America, like one of the arguments against national divorce is like, listen, we've been at it for a while. There is a lot of value in the fact that we've been at it for a while. Don't just throw it all away all the time. So he says, philosophically, he seems in a lot of walks of life, revolution is should be avoided as much as possible. I agree. And so it's kind of interesting. So he makes the case that there's something fundamentally powerful about the nation. That we it's a nice way to group a culture. And so the national divorce goes against that. Do you find some aspect of the virtue of nationalism as you will put it powerful? Well, powerful in a good sense or in a good sense of society and a good sense. Well, it brings out the best in humans. I know what the best, but it certainly brings out good things. I have that line. I always say, but I love my country. I hate the government because I love my country. So there is a love of country. I think it's I don't know that that's I think it's also the case because the country happens to be America..

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Both emotional and say hard truth and all those kinds of things without providing yourself on the back about it. But also those Russian rooms make me realize how constrained America's speeches. How careful people are in the way they express it even the Michael mouse is in the world. You're constantly being like nuanced. There they just say crazy shit. Oh yeah. And then they correct themselves and make fun of themselves and they completely shift opinions a minute later. And it's chaos. Yeah. And it's beautiful. So I love that that culture is funny given the current regime in Russia, like how that's coupled with how people are talking and yeah, I don't know, and I have those memories of childhood of friends that I had of just having that true freedom of talking and somehow that leads to deep bonds together. When the life when you're poor, when life is has a lot of elements that are unfair, when the government is corrupt, there's just, especially in the Soviet Union, there's uncertainty about the future, all of it, you just get closer together. Like penguins huddling together in the cold, like that march of the penguins movie, that I don't know. The Friends have gotten there. I get emotional every time I think about those friends because it was so close. That friendship was so fucking. But I just really hate the Russian cynicism. Now I know you do, and I actually disagree with you about it. You see it as cynicism. I see it as waves on top of the water like surface cynicism and the depths, as I see the beauty of the Russian soul. So yes, that cynicism can negatively affect a lot of people. I think you've talked about as a parent. Being cynical about the world, and then you have dire negative consequences on your children. They become cynical. They don't ever take big risks to take on both things. And I have those arguments because the cynicism is exhausting. It's destructive. And creative. But in their perspective, is this what the Russian folks would say, well, yes, that's our role. Being cynical is being reasonable about the world. But it's completely unreasonable. It's a complete lie. I know, but their argument is, yes, but we're giving you this force and it's your job to resist against it. So it's a test. I love the idea that if you're going to be creative and innovative, you don't have enough up against you. Yeah, exactly. This is exactly it's not hard enough already that I want to be an author. Now you gotta be like, well, let me just put some fire ants on top of it. So I just want to separate I agree with you that the cynicism is bad and destructive. But the idea that life is suffering and thinking from that as a first principle, I think there's a lot of beauty to be discovered through that. So there's a cynicism and then.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Both emotional and say hard truth and all those kinds of things without providing yourself on the back about it. But also those Russian rooms make me realize how constrained America's speeches. How careful people are in the way they express it even the Michael mouse is in the world. You're constantly being like nuanced. There they just say crazy shit. Oh yeah. And then they correct themselves and make fun of themselves and they completely shift opinions a minute later. And it's chaos. Yeah. And it's beautiful. So I love that that culture is funny given the current regime in Russia, like how that's coupled with how people are talking and yeah, I don't know, and I have those memories of childhood of friends that I had of just having that true freedom of talking and somehow that leads to deep bonds together. When the life when you're poor, when life is has a lot of elements that are unfair, when the government is corrupt, there's just, especially in the Soviet Union, there's uncertainty about the future, all of it, you just get closer together. Like penguins huddling together in the cold, like that march of the penguins movie, that I don't know. The Friends have gotten there. I get emotional every time I think about those friends because it was so close. That friendship was so fucking. But I just really hate the Russian cynicism. Now I know you do, and I actually disagree with you about it. You see it as cynicism. I see it as waves on top of the water like surface cynicism and the depths, as I see the beauty of the Russian soul. So yes, that cynicism can negatively affect a lot of people. I think you've talked about as a parent. Being cynical about the world, and then you have dire negative consequences on your children. They become cynical. They don't ever take big risks to take on both things. And I have those arguments because the cynicism is exhausting. It's destructive. And creative. But in their perspective, is this what the Russian folks would say, well, yes, that's our role. Being cynical is being reasonable about the world. But it's completely unreasonable. It's a complete lie. I know, but their argument is, yes, but we're giving you this force and it's your job to resist against it. So it's a test. I love the idea that if you're going to be creative and innovative, you don't have enough up against you. Yeah, exactly. This is exactly it's not hard enough already that I want to be an author. Now you gotta be like, well, let me just put some fire ants on top of it. So I just want to separate I agree with you that the cynicism is bad and destructive. But the idea that life is suffering and thinking from that as a first principle, I think there's a lot of beauty to be discovered through that. So there's a cynicism and then.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"Janitor at great true you know and you know because your energy is so low and your field is in protecting you you have no boundaries. You know you can call in some terrible things if you don't know what you're doing and so it you know i'm just and i've said this on countless show it's like don't to it was thing is asking your guardian angel for assistance. I mean if you say my guardian angel wouldn't get your guardian angel in some or something not necessarily negative entity it's norse assisted and it wants to suck energy off of you. It'll be like hang on your guardian angel shot. Joe yeah absolutely let. Let's kill okay. What if what if you call. Like michael archangel michael. You're going to get our changing. Michael are you not necessarily really. There are some people that actually make that connection but they work on that connection while they're in a good place and when they have good energy and so they recognize that vibration. But if you're in a bad place and you're doing like the eleventh hour. While i'm calling an archangel michael you know. It might be michael mice. Michael from detroit research a but once they come in. It's like depending on what's going on there. They can be really challenging. Give it up and yeah. I'll just stop there. Somebody was asking. I was gonna say when. I was younger and i didn't realize that that's any. I wasn't intentionally doing any of that. I was Attracting anytime i would channel or automatic writing or anything like that I was attracting a lot of native entities. I mean every house. I lived in when i was younger. Was i thought was haunt will. They were haunted. But i was attract so i thought all entities were bad and scary. And i'm sure much like a lot of your clients until in. We've talked about this before and till i changed my perspective on an embrace that and learn how to protect myself when doing those things and also learned how to raise the vibration. My house had raised the I own body. you know. Stay healthy things like that. So i was no longer attracting these negative entities. Because they do a lot of people don't realize how much damage they can. Do you know to your to your household to your kids. Heads mentally. Play all of that. So so. that's a huge and people aren't i. I don't think they're no one's aware because no one up and like you said it's very taboo soon. People don't like to talk about what they're afraid of Especially publicly other people and for something that so many people don't necessarily believe in but you know as i always tell people about s- inter dimensional entities and spirits and everything like that. It's it's the same.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Chutando a Escada

Chutando a Escada

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Chutando a Escada

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Back. I'm just a fat frog sitting in the leaf. An dirty muddy lake. I long waiting for princess the kiss or the other way. I forgot which way it goes. Somebody kisses somebody Can i ask you. I don't know if you know who michael mouses but in terms of constructing systems of incentives. It's it's interesting to ask. I don't think i've talked about this before Malice spouses anarchism. He sees all government as fundamentally The getting in the way or even being destructive to a collaborations between human beings thriving. Would you think with the role of government in a society that that thrives is anarchism at all compelling to you as a system for like just small government but no government at all. I don't see how this would work. The government isn't agent that imposes offset on your reward function on your metrics so it. Your behavior becomes competitive. Is the common good. So the the argument there is that you can have collectives like governing organizations. But not government. Like where you're born on a particular set of land and therefore you must follow this Rule or else you're forced by what they call violence because there's a there's an implied violence here so would government the key. The key aspect of government is is it protects you from the rest of the world with an army and with would police i. So there's the has a monopoly on violence. It's only one that's able to do violence. Many forms of government. Not our governments do that right. But we find that in the Successful countries the government has a monopoly on violence. And that means that you cannot get ahead by starting your own army because the government will come down on you and destroy you if you try to do that and in countries where you can build your own army and get a visit. Some people do it right in. These countries is what we call failed countries in a way and You if you don't want to have violence at the point is not to appeal to the moral intentions of people because some people blew us strategies if they get them that feel particular kind of ecological niche. You need to destroy that. Ecological niche and ever effective government has a monopoly on. Violence can create a world where nobody is able to use violence and get ahead so you want to use that monopoly on violence not exert violence but to make violence impossible to raise the cost of violence. So people need to get ahead Nonviolent means so the idea is that you might be able to achieve that in an state with companies so with the with the forces of capitalism is creates security companies. Where the one. That's most ethically sound rises to the top basically. It'd be much better representative of the people because there is Less sort of stickiness to the big military force sticking around even though it's long over lived outlive off Militants that are hopefully his organized because otherwise they're going to lose against the other groups of militants and they are coordinating themselves with the rest of society until they are having a monopoly on violence. How is that different former governor. Is this a converging to the same things. I think i am. My is trying to argue mouse. It always converges to government at scale. But i think the idea ideas. You can have a lot of collectives that are basically never let anything scaled too big so one of the problems with governments is it gets too big in terms of like the the the the size of the group over which it has control. That would happen anyway in so successful company like amazon or facebook. I mean it'd be it. Starts forming a monopoly over over entire populations not over just the hunt hundreds of millions but billions of people..

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The river back. I'm just a fat frog sitting in the leaf. An dirty muddy lake long waiting for princess the kiss or the other way. I forgot which way it goes. Somebody kisses somebody Can i ask you. I don't know if you know who michael mouses but in terms of constructing systems of incentives. It's it's interesting to ask. I don't think i've talked about this before Malice spouses anarchism. He sees all government as fundamentally Getting in the way or even being destructive to a collaborations between human beings thriving. Would you think with the role of government in a society that that thrives is anarchism at all compelling to you as a system for like nudge small government but no government at all. I don't see how this would work. The government isn't agent that imposes offset on your reward function on your metrics so it. Your behavior becomes competitive. Is the common good. So the the argument there is that you can have collectives like governing organizations. But not government. Like where you're born on a particular set of land and therefore you must follow this Rule or else you're forced by what they call violence because there's a there's an implied violence here so would government the key. The key aspect of government is is it protects you from the rest of the world with an army and with would police i. So there's the has a monopoly on violence. It's only one that's able to do violence. Many forms of government. Not our governments do that right. But we find that in the Successful countries the government has a monopoly on violence. And that means that you cannot get ahead by starting your own army because the government will come down on you and destroy you if you try to do that and in countries where you can build your own army and get a visit. Some people do it right in..

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"michael mouses" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

The Ringer-Verse

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

"Star in that like galvano biggest role is wonderful and i think wonder woman is more is obscene more popular than black widow. But i do a similar thing where it's just like we're getting to a place right now where i do think the actors we have to ask ourselves as fans as a community. Who are we rocking with. Two are rocking with the people that like are putting their blood sweat and tears in this the people who have to make it or are we rocking with the corporation and i generally tend to take the side of the actors. Directors the writers. The people like the behind the scenes people who need to make a living versus the massive corporation where this is like twenty five. Thirty million dollars to disney's nothing. it's a tax. Write off right so for me. I don't look at it as being that. Couldn't i've always going to be on the side of people complaining that gets corporations in this one is. There's a little bit different. It's a little bit different number one because there is a worldwide pandemic. i don't think scholar johannesen and her claim. There's anything wrong with her. Quite so there's a couple of things that are going on here yes. There's a worldwide pandemic. Yes both disney and warner and other entities are using this opportunity to boost subscribers on their streaming platforms. Because they believe that's going to be the future of a of movie going. They think one day. We are going to run to our televisions on friday and by for twenty nine ninety. Nine movies That come out on these different streaming platforms. I personally think that. That's not going to be as big of a thing as i think it is. I personally think that some of these movies are such offense that we're still generation away from seeing them. People being satisfied. These movies aren't as good when you watch them at home. They're just not there. It's a whole different type of thing. So i think that i that there may be usher that in a little bit faster and maybe a little bit prematurely but still though you have to consider everything you have to consider. This is happening to a lot of films across the board that this this that they did this with milan. they did this with A waters Release their entire slate of movies on. Hbo max and industry still mad at them like. They're that's burned a lot of as a lot of bridges a lot of people of course all the theater companies regal and cinemark all of those companies. They're pissed off but there's no one call each beyond maximum is right right so i i think this is interesting and i think discolor joel. Hanson situation is almost like i don't know the curt flood lawsuit from major league baseball. I mean she's. She's a bigger fan than current. She's a bigger name. The kerfluffle was at that time but he was the first guy that you know struggled for free agency and major league. Baseball brought free agency internationally baseball but he shook up the business system of baseball. And she is right now trying to drive an icepick in the heart of people who are moving this stuff to streaming. So we'll we'll see how it goes and she's also just saying hey. I waited a long time for my solo movie debut. I did all the reps. I play a does not say black widow wasn't an important character. She was. I did everything i did all shit and now you're trying to rob ya my bag a little bit and you think she's going to be successful. They're going to settle this. Yeah i think. I think there's going to get settled because like it's gonna get ugly if this goes to court there's no ugly like disneyland. It goes to court. It doesn't it. Looks terrible that this is a baby. Their biggest female lead from the saga. That is going through this. It it looks bad relational sour. It's gonna put the rest of the ladies and the rest of the cast that she's been working with for a long time in a very precarious situation. There already articles coming out about how robert downey junior. Chris evans are silent about this. So it's gonna be a stink for everybody if they don't get figured out and i think they probably will out of court. I definitely think they'll probably get figured out out of court. Come on disney. Backup to bring struck believing michael mouse. I know you got a ninety. Come on bounce. Why do you call it michael. Are you calling michael mouse. I like that. Well that's a real name michael mouse off. Are you ready to get into this. Coming off the heels of your controversial consciously ask piss people of a man. I this this is what i will say. This is what i like. People get mad. But like i woke up today and i was like the scroll through versus. It is what i don't like arabize. Like jada kiss killed. Jake king new york. He could go against jay z. probably win. i'm like all right. Let's say lights. Jada without lie and i feel like what the draft. How because you could you talk ain't even ain't even a and i'm like all right. We don't so much we don't too much to watch. i'll give you darth vader as villain. Wolverine is not does not lowering anti year. i call them the villain. I call it the million tight here. It doesn't because he's actually. We're not gonna do the draft telling me darth vader wasn't a villain and that's what i'm mike your this this jami. Explainer planner is our moderator. We are now doing an onscreen mara. Who only super hero draft last week. It was about the villains. This week is about the heroes. We're talking about people who have been onscreen that includes animated that includes Mc you movies television shows have had been on. Scream jomie player. T tell what we're doing. I am back. He who moderates and we are doing just like vance said a superhero draft. Now here are the rules. We can do anything pre and post m. you that includes adulated. Tv shows fox. Sony if it was on a screen and it is marvel. It's fair game and it cannot and i repeat cannot consist of any comic iteration. They hate me here. they hate them hurts here. They tried to put the nerds back in. The locker listened based on with td. All right. it's based on onscreen only for all right okay. And we're gonna do a little different last week. We'd had you know dc marvel this week you could pick from whatever you want right. As long as they fit into leader mutant cosmic hero non powered super street level kiro and yet to appear plan or unplanned right but somebody in the mc you at least okay. So how how are we. How are we determining. I pick this time. No no that's no fun demand. Come on now. And i so this week. The question that i will decide who goes first on is who among you. What play the best superhero. So you know given office minute you know. Think about it right van you one last week you had the majority lion's share the votes saw. Allow you to go. I have to choose a specific hero. That i would play ami. Yeah like do you think you would be the better hero than charles which would ever hear that she. Of course i would be very the charles first of all. I have a hero's energy. I have a calming presence. Somebody that comes in and make sense of all the chaos in the world right. Charles has a villains energy. What is charles. I do remember heath. Ledger said in joker out said about guys. Some guys just like to watch the world burn real alpher said that about the guy that was in the jungle and he said that about the joker. That is charles. Johnson's likes to watch the.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Down the road in my opinion i. It reminds me of the introduction to the book about patrick henry that i read where i was shocked to find shocked accusations. That were supported well supported. I thought that thomas jefferson went out of his way like winston churchill did to craft his own image for history but what he did also was. He tried to diminish the image of patrick henry. So patrick henry is my favorite founder and he might have been considered the greatest. Thomas jefferson as if it weren't for thomas jefferson's intentional craftiness. And i'm thinking that this idea of writing history in real time cre- fabricating history in real time is probably as old as writing itself. As old as the first history they have i history was probably written to glorify someone. It makes you really question some of the official documents that you look back to from fifty s or sixty s or even before then when you see how the official documents are being created right now. Oh i'm thinking about the contemporary writings from before the constitution and then even back to hammurabi. I'm wondering if they say that writing was created to keep track of taxes. So i wonder if the next step was simply to to explain the the divinity of the king. Yeah he's written by the storytellers. People who tell the stories that make the most lasting impression in people's minds and hearts yes. That is true. So i know i said i was going to talk about the neo. Reactionary thing heard about. But i think that is a. I started to look into that and i could. I think i need some time to wrap my mind around that one. That's going to have to be an exploration. I'm absolutely and here where people have to say about it if they want to contribute to my thinking but i believe it's the guy michael malice i never listened to. That's kind of thing. I don't listen to because i don't want to have original slots and molester. Yeah i know he's very smart. That is for sure. But cam are frank. Cam told me. I was talking about it. Like i noticed that academia politics and the media are three places where they absolutely do nothing. There's no real feedback or consequences to their view of the world. If it's wrong or not yet. They're the ones who want to tell us how to look at the world and what and what to do and how to live and he said oh you just invented the cathedral. That's what michael mouse calls cathedral. Well michael malice got it from somebody else. He got it from this guy who i trying to find a book on it. Don't have a book for anyone has a book of this neo. Reactionary guy and it gets into the mechanisms the tactics that they use really behind the scenes. And i think it's going to be very interesting. But it's going to be a much bigger project than i thought so. Let me let me take a little bit of rain. Check on that one and remind. And i want to remind people that if you do have an event that you think propaganda report listeners would have fun at or benefit from even if it's just a farmer's market let me know i'll shout it out and i'll send you t shirts so send that to the propaganda report. Podcast at gmail.com patriot. You can message me. That's easier and with that. I think we should get to the patron fifteen. We've got a lot of good stuff coming up. Thank you so much for listening. And we'll see in the patient fifteen tomorrow all right. You guys can find your drive time. News blast every weekday afternoon at the proper court dot com or your favorite podcast.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So you'll be missed. All the good news is that simply space does have of pretty significant space for party in a bar afterwards so i can't indeed continue that great tradition of offering a free drink at the bar. Ten says tom. Woods toomey That's october four. And we're nearly we've got about fifty tickets left before we declare sell out on that one and that's going to be You know seven and sixty people attending so that's our big event and we're happy about it by we. I wanna learn for september another debate and was still trying to wait on. Get these venues to open up and make a commitment to us. We lost our home at the subculture theater. Another casualty of of the lockdown which is much to be regretted but We're seriously looking around and will keep people updated. Meanwhile the i go into The sole debates podcast for all our debates including the one mind that recently seeded two point five million youtube views. And that's another puzzle for me just as michael. Mouse can't quite figure how his collection of essays on anarchism did so. Well i can't quite figure out on a lesser level album exceeding two point five million youtube views with that one sources debate but That's where we stand. And i guess we should get. Things launched on the subject of the day. Yes but i want to tell people the website the soho forum dot org so go check that out and the pike is.

"michael mouses" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Crap. I look in all seriousness. I love the honest to goodness. I love the guy of so. I'll say i actually asked this question. I had matt welsh on my podcast now. That name might not mean much to some of your listeners. But matt welsh has been associated with reason magazine for a long time and there was a little bit of a spat between reason magazine and me and i i don't i don't wanna fight with people i honestly don't and so michael said you know you two should should hash this out. So we both went on michael's podcast and then we each went on each other's program. So i had matt well. John and the very first question. I asked i said now. Look you and i have been tiptoeing around this and we have to. He's thinking i'm going to ask him about rothbart. Some controversial figure and i said but we just need to get this question on the table. What do you like best about michael. So he's off. Okay that i am but what he said was was quite similar. My own answer. Which is his loyalty malice again. If you don't know michael mouses follow me on twitter you'll never be the same again. Your brain will be more but in a good way. It's a good kind of warping that occurs when you follow malice. But he is a. He's a very loyal friend if he's your friend he's your friend through thick and thin and i saw that the very first time. I met him very first time. I met him when you would think you know you're trying to be friendly very first time. You you know you wouldn't really try to open up pandora's box or or cause controversy. Just want to become friends. And i made a comment about somebody. It turns out he likes respects very much and instead of just letting it pass. It's just in the interest of of keeping our first meeting pleasant whatever he gently but firmly pushed back against an explain the merits of this person and i remember thinking. Wow if he'll do that for this person you know. I guess he just does that for his friends. And that's that's how he's the kind of guy some terrible is happening in my life and he'll get on the phone for an hour and a half with me and we'll work it up and there just aren't that many people in this world like that and he doesn't always give away his softy side online and he seems like he's tough as nails sometimes but he is deep down a softy tree at twitter michael malice in real life. Michael mauser. not exactly the same person and say you've talked about michael malice longer than ron paul. I don't know. I had a self because over the course of my career. I've trust me. I've talked about ron paul. Another question from superfan. What's with all the books.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Hickory. Yeah be part of the community. The in crowd the be crowd thomas woods. He's a frigging celebrity and libertarian land. Already tom does anybody call me would would stone. He's a senior fellow of the institute. Yeah he's a historian. A libertarian commentator. And he's written twelve books and he's got all these like e books incomes goes count as books. I don't know if that counts are not their free. He's all these books that so he's suckered me in. I hooked me into the okay. Tom woods vortex free book. And you sign up and then he's got your email forever and then he'd just blasts you all the time i mean i'm saying this in a good way but he sends you good information all the time so my email every morning is like he's got these very provocative email titles like your facebook friends are idiots and then it tells you you know. I don't know that true. That's provocative accepted. So yeah. tommy does he needed in iraq introduction. Well if if you're not in libertarian. Lend maybe you don't know tom. He's like the john. The baptist of libertarianism. Make straight the way of ron paul. Walk us through the wilderness. He's a podcast or he's got the. Tom would show which you can check out all over tom. Woods dot com and on all the different podcast stuff. He's a roman catholic and does the latin mass thing which we didn't really dive into. I'm always interested in the latin. Mass thing libertarian almost anarchist very. He's like michael malice. But also not as willy wonka. Maybe okay let's really want. We let them in the thing we do in this episode so that they know they're in on the joke. Sure so our friend. Michael malice Gave us a list of questions to give the tom and so we presented these questions to tom as if they were just from fans writing and questions but there were all silly michael mouse questions which he told us at some point during ask them he would realize. This was all coming for michael mouse. I don't know if the actually figured that out you figure that out we'll find you guys. He said something like yeah. I think he started ilise realized that some of these were he said said. Michael mouse has hijacked another interview. Okay that's true so maybe michael does. This must do it a lot. I remember last time. He he gave me questions. For like dave rubin. We didn't do it though. Never again never again all right. Well that's enough of introduction right the jump in come on it. I mean abundance and everybody. Let's do appear to be mind blown and you will. Now be libertarian. After this let's go into the woods All right welcome tom. Thanks for coming on my pleasure how you doing. I'm great glad to be with you guys. Yeah cool cool. What's the state of libertarian. Land these days. You guys doing okay. I.

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"michael mouses" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"I don't listen to those people on the right when they hear. Oh all of a sudden. I can't listen to bobby kennedy junior on the issue. So they're radicalizing more people than their normalizing and i think it's a sign. The system is fundamentally weak. Doesn't mean it doesn't have any strong points. It's just nowhere near but this is. I agree with michael mouse. While he says he's a white pill mindset. He goes an empire that succeeding doesn't have. Joe biden is president and doesn't have a capital on lockdown. And when you have both of those you're sending the message to the country that you're scared of them and you don't understand them not that you're safely and popularly in control. Okay so we're gonna talk white pill the answer is i think information so in following you i discovered the locals platform that you're on and i had never heard of it before you talk about it so i think it would be nice way to wrap if you can tell us about that and maybe other stuff that how people can follow. Because i'm sure that you're gonna be all the rage among our listeners. Who the ones who. I didn't know you're ready. So give it gives us basically. We need exit ramps from the big tech platforms and dave rubin helped create local several years ago when i was talking to him about it because we were in the same space looking for solutions because the the the genius of the possibility of the internet was it could dramatically expand the number of people who get to offer the world and it's not just a dramatically exploded the library of available information but also the curator's of that available information so all of a sudden the mike cerna bitches of the world can become self made influencers in ways. That could have happened forty years ago outside of writing a small newsletter. Two thousand people across the country right. You know that kind of thing. The and so it radicalized in revolutionize the world but in ways that the system finds scary because the advantage of its surveillance was being countermanded by the revolutionary instinct of democracy democratizing information for the populace and the people. I saw this in the tax protest context defending a lot of people accused of being tax protesters who became a wakened questions about the tax law because of the internet and a lot of what they've experimented with and suppressing internet information. These days they started doing to people in that movement. And so so i was ahead of the curve on all of it but knew we needed a free place with that..

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Nobody actually actually found some articles about it on using different search terms. So they're not I had to. I had to search like I don't remember exactly. I searched like Biden and Shaneco and then it came up. I found a Wa article. Okay and you got gotta you got here the way that this is framed it this is. This is a classic example of the way that the corporate press frames opinion rather than reporting news. So the headline is your cranium. Lawmaker releases leaked phone calls of Biden. Poor Shaneco so it's seems that's pretty accurate. That's basically a what happened so then as I'm scrolling through here. It says Ukrainian lawmaker. Who met with Rudolph W Giuliani late? Last year released recordings of phone calls years several years ago between Vice President Joe Biden and petrol Porsche. Shaneco then Ukraine's president in a new broadside against the presumptive Democratic nominee for US. President that has raised questions about four hundred twenty twenty election. So the guy who released it as an independent member of Ukraine's parliament named Andre Dirk Arch. So this is how he's described he previously aligned with a pro Russian faction and he had received. He says at a news conference that he'd received the tapes which consist of edited fragments of phone conversations. Biden poor SHANECO had while still in office from quote investigative journalists. He alleged they were made by Porsche. Anco so right from from the jump here that they're not from investigative journalists there from investigative journalists now describes him. It says Dirk has passed links to Russian intelligence he attended the dzerjinski higher school of the KGB and Moscow his father served as a KGB officer for decades before becoming head of independent Ukraine's intelligence service in the late Nineteen Ninety S. His father was fired from that post amid a scandal over Ukrainian journalist who was kidnapped and murdered so these things like providing background on the guy. But you can tell the few facts that they chose to select are all biased in a specific direction. You're doing this us all kinds of things about him but they're choosing things he's associated with the KGB and other was scandalous here's the thing is what they're doing is is that they are shifting it from the content of what they released to the person who released it. Oh see the person who released it has is of questionable character. Therefore let's focus on that rather than the fact that you know what the president and and carry actually said and then further down. He says it's an article. This is why the Article Says. The events have echoes of the two thousand sixteen presidential election when Russian operatives hacked and released emails from campaign manager of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton officials at the DNC and what US intelligence agencies later concluded was a Moscow directed operation designed to boost trump you. Trump's allies including Giuliani have argued that Ukraine intervened election and Clinton's behalf in part by targeting trump's campaign chair unemployment afford and it goes an a describes that whole manafort as for years later. Trump's eldest son is blasting leaked information of unknown provenance from a Ukrainian lawmaker about his father's rival in the two thousand. Twenty election this is. I don't understand how you read this and think this is A. This is just an impartial. Telling the truth or telling of the facts and I mean clearly at this point it isn't anymore. They're not even trying. This is very akin to the technique that Michael. Mouse's pointed out where they will say. Use this technique where they say name Comma description comma information and that description between the two commas informs. You of what they want you to think about that person. So if it's a good person sometimes if it's a good person there won't even be anything there we'll just say. President Obama Yada Yada Yada but if it's someone they don't want you to think about if it was malice for for example they might say Michael Malice a friend of the outright who was present in Charlottesville when so and so was. I can't remember her name. I Who is who is given a platform on his cast to various conspiracy theorists like Mike Stern. Whomever else said Blah Blah Blah Blah. So that'll be. That'll be Michael Malice. Here's a descriptive audience. Savory things that he's done at Sarah. This is the technique that they used to form the opinions in your head. You're supposed to have. They're not just passing on information to you. They select things very deliberately to to to control the way that you think. Yeah absolutely. It's it is I just. I don't know how you can with a straight face criticized the president for anything that he just did. And how you see if you if you have an ounce of of self respect and a dignity honor in you. You can't Attack Joe Biden with the same vitriol that you did You know president trump is just I listen. I don't like any of these guys. I would prefer that none of them held office. But if you're going to play play fair and it's it's clear here on listen I if there's going to be foreign aid I would. I would prefer that our government hanging over other governments heads to do what we want. I'm again what was my preference is that they don't the government doesn't tax you. And then give your money to some foreign government that would be my preference. That's actually what I'd love to see but we don't live in that world we'll do. We can argue and be pissed off about the fact that the government taxes you and steals your wealth and then gives it to some foreign government or we simply say this is the world we live in so if we're going to give them that kind of money and I can't fix that problem right now. what do I prefer new? I prefer just gives it to them with no strings attached or I prefer that that government that our government hanging over the other governments heads so that we can get what we want out of them again if I choosing one over the other choose the latter rather than just like throwing money at people and getting nothing in return my point. Is that the president and the vice president. Have now whether you I don't care whether you a think the president was engaged. Quid pro quo or not. I'm willing to concede that he was What I want to see is I wanNA see the same type of of anger the same type of outrage that we saw from our media when it came to trump with Biden. And we just know. We're not going to see it and so. I bring this entire thing up just to show you to illustrate yet again. How absolutely corrupt the media is in America today? And we're going to get to a point where if you want to be part of social and you want to be able to share your ideas with the world and collaborate with people online. It's going to start to become a pay to play place that it's going to have to. It's going to be a place where you go and you pay to be on the social media platform that has the people on it that you want and that is going to going to protect you and your ideas and and let you operate freely. I can't wait as we actually started our own nine figure network and has turned out to be pretty great place for people to come and hang out but I. I don't think this because social media has become these huge gatekeepers. They're the new gatekeepers. The decide what you're able to say what you're not able to say in the world used to be you didn't have a radio station you didn't have a TV station. Well have you. Didn't own a newspaper. Those were the big gatekeepers and to get your message out you had to go on one of these platforms and an absence of that you. You were really out of luck then. Social media came along and everybody could do anything they wanted. They could get the every the equal opportunity to get their message out. And now what you're seeing is those. Those there is a new set of corporate overlords that are watching over you and dictating. What is allowed to go out on their platforms? So we're GONNA have to have a rebirth social media's getting a little long in the tooth Were certainly a at the at the front edge the bleeding edge still of of online society. In what that's going to look like but the old way of of collaborating socially is getting a little long in the tooth and the the big three or four players in this industry are are beginning to control narrative. Now they're beginning to control what is allowed to get out and what isn't which means we're not going to happen. You have to have a modification of the old system and I for one love this. I love the idea that there's going to be change and that there's you mean new opportunities and we'd have to find whatever the new outlet is to get the message out and we're GONNA have to find a way to To work together to ensure that all voices can be heard because our media is not going to do it and now our social networking system that we built is collaborating with the government and with big media in order to silence you and And to prevent discourse that they don't WanNa hear about so Um Anyway Matt you follow any last comments on that before we move on. There was one other point is related to this that today was announced the Senate Republicans have issued their first subpoena and the Biden PRISMA PRO prisma behind the company to abide work for in Ukraine and So Ron Johnson is a senator from A Republican senator from Wisconsin. He's the chairman of the The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. And just just absolutely fantastic. The Senate Democrats response to it as any Democrats fumed over the decision for Johnson to schedule. A subpoena voted the coronavirus pandemic as a apparently because of the pandemic the Senate can do literally nothing else. Senator Gary Peters for Michigan the top Democrat on the panel warranted that extremely partisan investigation is pulling US apart. This is not a serious bipartisan investigation in the tradition of this committee and I do not believe should be going down this road. I really really want to do a little rat. I'm not going to. I really want to do a little research. And see what Gary Peters had to say about the Russia investigation because suddenly there's a concern about extremely partisan investigations and pulling US apart. Okay all right buddy. I'm related to social media thing. Some interesting news broke yesterday. That Joe Rogan has signed a letter is one hundred million dollar deal with spotify to be the exclusive hotels of his podcast. So it and that's GonNa go away from Youtube as well and people were talking about like people going to different platforms and creating their own platform. Obviously he's he's not creating his own he's going to another one but I just as an example d the The top nightly shows like Tucker Carlson Tucker. Carlson is our Sean Hannity. Gets is the highest watched of all the the all of those major corporate press nightly shows then CNN. It's the Fox. Ones are at the top and then. Cnn's down a little bit or CNN might be down further he sees to middle comes in second. Abc's been run. Val but yeah. If you look at it over time it's maddow and and Hannity tend to jockey for position and then everybody else is. Kinda bounced back and forth. But they get something like that. The their dealership is something like a tenth. What Joe Rogan's viewership is about? Two two two four million night is basically what it is. Yeah Yeah and Joe. Rogan gets that basically per episode and he has many episodes that get into the ten to twenty million in some go above twenty million all the Alex Jones episodes go up twenty million but the guy has immense immense reach..

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"michael mouses" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"michael mouses" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Report and according to the deep state I'm Dave Rubin Quick Reminder guys subscribe to our Youtube Channel which gives you just a teeny tiny chance of actually seeing our videos. All right that joining me today is a writer. Comedian and host of the dumpster. Fire right here on Youtube Bridget. Fantasy back to the Rubin report back all right lady. You're back last time I had you on here. You were at the beginning of your political evolution. You were saying. I don't know what's going on with this world and you're trying to make some sense of the world. I have no idea well. A year later whatever's been barely a year barely a year. Your one of your on the shortlist people that make some sense to me so What does that say about me? That's terrifying people. Say This to me and I'm like you know that that the world has gone crazy. I've somehow I'm a voice of reason and I get a lot of so. I guess what's happened as it's true it has been kind of an exponential. I guess Just from a statistical point of view and numbers point of view on something like twitter it has been exponential rise or growth and with. That comes a lot of criticism and different little revenue criticism. Hang nothing means to you. I know it's strange. I know that this doesn't affect other people but it really seems to me. No but I feel like the criticism I get all the time as I'm grafter. Some guy was one way and then now I'm another way griffin. But you know eventually you're going to need to knock off this both sides routine ers because you're always trying and just I'm just being me though. I'm really just confused. Do you think that that's sort of what's working for you more than anything else like? There's an open. Well there's just an upfront nece about your evolution like for me something like five years ago. I just started saying guys. I'm a liberal. But something ain't right around here and then people started going. Oh me too. And I I sense. You're sorta like just constantly people those like pleasure. Thank you but I think the difference between us is that you are already kind of in the political world and what was your degree in political science? Okay so yeah you re people that ever use the Political Science Politics College. I dropped out so but I was blacked. Our smoking a lot of Pie and waitressing. And I say this to people that I talked about the factory settings and how I think when you're just when you have your head down and I didn't know until maybe maybe last February how I was going to pay more than two months worth of bells ever since when I was seventeen. So when you have your head down just trying to figure that stuff out. You're not really paying attention to the anything else. I was just trying to make money and wait tables and I moved to La. So that I could be a content creator. I wanted to write television shows and do comedy and I didn't I was never. I was not aware there was a culture war. Going on which sounds completely naive of me and Michael. Mouse has said to me. That just goes to show you how how how entrenched the Cathedral is in terms of media and entertainment and academia is that I didn't even know I was in the Cathedral. Do you sense that Getting the criticism of grafter. Somehow you're doing this for money even though as you said it's just literally a year and a half ago or scrounging around all that and also you know it's it's also funny because people think just because like we're on youtube a little faces that we're like rolling in dough and it's like. I'm not complaining by any stretch and it was a long time to get here. You know what I mean. I want to and I'm just somewhere on my journey as are but I find that this thing of like because a lot of people in our space. Now get thrown with Griffith or you're doing it for the money or your sellers and in a weird way while that used to bother me now it's becoming in some ways it's the ultimate compliment because it's almost like they have nothing left right like there's nothing left about the ideas that you put forth or the positions that way because you hold you actually hold a lot of mixed bag of sort of left right positions which. I think most people all. They got his actions doing it for the money. I don't know if I just stuck out that position over there you know. That's where the money rolls by had been doing it for the money whereas a Griff Ter- and I remember this moment when I became aware that my thoughts and opinions were different than most of my peers and I was like. Oh there needs to just be honest or I can. I'm smart enough to be able to just pair it. The talking points and be like derp return visit Larry Barron earliest would they say that over. Hillary tweets that would be drifting from for me. That would be because for my idea of graft is that I'm not I'm being disingenuous. I'm being dishonest. I'm saying that I have one thing and I'm selling another but I'm selling my if I'm selling anything. It's my confusion gripped. Also be that you would. You would take the easier way out like you would like clearly. I think the people that are in the space that we're in whatever you WANNA call that like. This is the road less traveled right. But like if you're on the graph you don't do the hard thing you do the easy thing. Yeah it would be easy for me to go in either direction all and would also be easy for me to completely just de- defect and be like. Oh and I've always joked that there are these two strains of trump derangement syndrome and I can quit like pretty quickly. We tell if somebody has one or the other of everything is trump's fault or trump can do to arrive and it's Magon resistance it's like the hashtags and they are and I feel like most people exist in the gray area in between but they they get so bombarded by both sides if they dare to be like well. I think there might be you know I can see this from both sides. There might be a perspective here like Nah. I'm not I'm just going to be quiet so speaking of that. It's a good reason to have your now because I know you're an expert in foreign policy especially especially related to Iran right. That's your specific expertise. Typically what I'm here because obviously is not true but actually often in the morning when I wake up and having my coffee and I'm just sort of like slowly getting online and I'm trying to get my thoughts centered. I'll shoot you some tax back and forth little bit one of the things over the last couple of weeks that consistently comes up is like the craziness related to every single person on twitter. But I don't WanNa make this just about twitter but like the need for all the celebrities all of the journalists air quote journalists and just everybody to had yet to have a opinion on everything at all times. Remember you just go. We were in World War. There were three go for you but I walk my dog. That's the crazy thing and and we kind of talked about this on dumpster. Fire my Youtube Show. Which just makes fun of every my whole thing with dumpster fires. We just WANNA laugh while the world burns because in the moment when news is breaking and having it is diplomacy by twitter now so there there is serious. You know our. There's news breaking the president's tweeting a flag then the ambassador to the supreme leaders tweeting their flat. These are I mean my roommate Samantha perfectly. She said it's enders. Game meats risk on like a perfect description and I think that they're so there is this real people are getting hurt people affected by this. It's all playing out. Virtually a and then you close your view it or put your phone down and walk outside and it's like David to do right. Nothing's going on and the majority of people have no idea. They're not living in that. But if you're in that moment in the new cycle is breaking and everybody's got their takes and the journalists are trying to figure it out and they're waiting for the Pentagon to confirm things so that they can confirm the rumors air. It you get that kind of rush. What do you make of these people that literally something happens now and then they have the exact opposite reaction because it was another administration five years ago? I'm not talking about somebody. That's evolved over time with their political ideas. I'm talking about well. Trump didn't have congressional authorization and then there's literally five years ago there tweet when they were completely four Libya. I mean Nancy. Pelosi is a great example. Trump didn't need. I don't mean just the people in politics but there's a video right now that's been going around that I've shared of Pelosi five years ago or whatever it is six years ago saying trump didn't Obama didn't need congressional authorization we toppled Yongbyon regime and Qaddafi. Now he needs it like but then everyone just flips on every little thing. Because it's all it's all sports so my question as has it always been like this and we're just more aware of it because everything lives forever because what aboutism is GonNa destroy say because you can always say well what about this and what about that and what about this in well actually and go. Everybody can go back and forth. But what are Your Principles? I guess and and it's so easy to to just adjust your mind to confirm your own beliefs and principles anyway is that I don't know how anyone really avoids being a hypocrite and politics and maybe it was always like this and we're.

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