37 Burst results for "Pressure"

Fresh update on "pressure" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:52 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pressure" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Out over the supply chain crisis Society evolves The justices haven't second guessed vaccine requirements Law evolved We were talking about appeals of these lower court decisions Follow the evolution here Asking the 6th circuit to send it to another circuit it seems to me like a fool's errand Bloomberg law with June grosso On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com One 45 over 92 One 80 over one 11 A 182 over a hundred And I had a heart attack and a cardiac arrest And then a stroke Your blood pressure numbers could change your life A lot of people don't understand including myself I didn't Now I do The impact of having.

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Russia aims to capitalize on controlling the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Russia aims to capitalize on controlling the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol

"British military experts say with Mario pole in Ukraine largely under Russia's control Moscow's now likely to redeploy troop numbers The defense ministry says now with the number of defenders left hold up in the marijuana steel factory dwindling Russian commanders were becoming under increasing pressure to reallocate troops to bolster their offensive in eastern Ukraine Moscow says more than 1700 defenders at the steel plant have surrendered since Monday the likely final stage in the nearly three month siege of the now pulverized port city in mariupol an unknown number of defenders remain in the plant which is the last bastion of Ukrainian resistance in the city I'm Charles De

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Fresh update on "pressure" discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:33 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pressure" discussed on Bloomberg Best

"This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update title 42 is still the law for the time being a Louisiana judge kept his injunction in place preventing its end at least for now The policy that's been used nearly 2 million times to deny migrants from seeking asylum in the U.S. due to COVID-19 They be formula is going to be on its way to the U.S. this weekend President Biden tweeted on Friday saying the first shipment for operation fly formula is coming over the weekend Biden says that means up to one and a half million bottles worth of formula will be on American shelves as soon as possible Californians are feeling pressure at the pump as they face the highest prices in the country as of Friday triple-A reports the average price for a gallon of gas in the Golden State is $6 and four cents industry analyst Patrick tahan with gas buddy says prices are surging due to rising demand and tighter supply As we continue to navigate the situation with Russia's war on Ukraine that could keep prices high through the summer I'm.

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Court brings back NYC ban on police restraint during arrests

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Court brings back NYC ban on police restraint during arrests

"A New York appeals court has reinstated a New York City law that prohibits the city's police officers from putting pressure on a person's torso while making an arrest A beak correspondent Norman hall reports A 5 judge panel of the appellate division of the state's trial court ruled that the law passed in 2020 in the wake of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd is clear in what officers can and can't do and won't lead to arbitrary or discriminatory enforcement The law bans officers from the training people in a manner that compresses the diaphragm It also outlaws the use of choke holds A Manhattan judge struck down the law last year after police union sued the city to block it The police union now says it's reviewing its legal options I Norman

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Florida Was an Unbelievable Success Story During the Pandemic. Why?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 1 d ago

Florida Was an Unbelievable Success Story During the Pandemic. Why?

"So Florida was an unbelievable success story. During the pandemic. By remaining open and defying federal government, pressure, Ron DeSantis, the courageous Ron DeSantis was able to keep Florida free, businesses from closing down. He was able to taper and hedge against mental health issues, depression, suicide, social isolation, alcoholism, Florida became kind of a Beacon of liberty and hope, and you see it with the real estate values around here. You see it with the new businesses that are moving here. It's almost synonymous with self government. Ron DeSantis deserves credit and Ron DeSantis has received some incredibly well earned praise for doing this. But the question is, why was he able to do it? The reason is in the structure of our government. We talk a lot about the United States Constitution here on this program. And James Madison, in the federalist papers, argued that the structure of the constitution was one of its defining elements. James Madison Alexander Hamilton and John Jay, the three authors of the federalist papers and one of the three most involved in designing our constitution, James Madison being the most involved. Why is America able to be free not because of our Bill of rights every banana republic has a Bill of rights? No, the structure of checks and balances and consent of the governed. Allows a bottom up structure, a grassroots centric way of governing.

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A Bipartisan Effort Seeks to Create US Presence in the Pacific

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 2 d ago

A Bipartisan Effort Seeks to Create US Presence in the Pacific

"Can you explain a little bit to me what you and senator hirano are up to? Well, I think we see the region in the whole indo Pacific is extremely strategic and vital to America. We see China's very aggressive posture, just look what they recently done in the Solomon island. Signing a security agreement with the Solomon Islands that they are trying to use their typical means of corruption, the debt trap diplomacy they deploy, et cetera, to get more of these smaller nations to fall their way, whether it's to put pressure on Taiwan, whether it's to get more votes in these multilateral organizations like the United Nations. I think the United States needs to be more present and we need to have more connectivity in that region. We certainly have a major presence in Japan. You're well aware of you and I have talked about it many times before, but the largest component of U.S. Military stationed anywhere is based in Japan, why served as U.S. ambassador, most recently, and we have incredible strategic interest in the region. It's a vital area for growth, the busy sea lanes in the world and East China Sea, South China Sea, our interests are very much aligned with keeping a free and open region there in the Pacific.

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Elon Musk Says He Plans to Vote Republican

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Elon Musk Says He Plans to Vote Republican

"So Elon is getting pressure from every possible direction. Elon is getting pressure from the security exchange commission. The Department of Justice has launched investigations into Elon. Again, Twitter is that central to what the regime wants to do over the next couple of years and decades. They are not going to let this go without a massive fight. So Elon is now asking the question, how many fake accounts actually are there on Twitter? How many people are actually legitimate and how many are illegitimate? Well, Elon is saying all the wrong things if he actually wants to take over Twitter easily. But he's saying all the right things for what we as conservatives and freedom lovers actually want to hear. Here's one. Elon Musk and cut 37 says he plans to vote Republican for the first time ever. Again, the fact that the world's richest man is now saying he's becoming a right winger. That shows you what the how radical the left has become. You have turned someone who was kind of a, he was an ACLU donating, Met Gala attending solar panel proselytizing electric car creating, like let's go to Mars and we'll create kumbaya liberal to a guy that's now basically like I'm buying guns. Only the left could pull that off. Play cut 37. You know, the reality is that Twitter at this point has a very far left bias. And I would trust myself as a moderate. And neither the Republican nor Democrat. And in fact, I have voted overwhelmingly for Democrats historically overwhelmingly. I'm not sure I might never have voted for Republican just to be clear. Right. Now this election, I will. And this election, I

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Patrick Assalone on the One Thing You Never Sacrifice Financially

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:55 min | 3 d ago

Patrick Assalone on the One Thing You Never Sacrifice Financially

"Where do you see a 25 year old? What would you do? That's sort of a loaded question because we don't know their background. Okay. Are they full time? Can they work full time? Right, exactly. Absolutely. And the first thing that I encourage everybody, the 25, the 50 or the 65 year old who's retiring is if you have a job and you're bringing money in, that is number one, you absolutely do not ever sacrifice that for any reason. And if you need to trade to make money right now, I will not sell you a program, and I will not coach you. Because I will not get into that. I won't do it. I can't. Because people, there's enough pressure on you to learn a new skill already. When you, when you put your back up against the wall, it's a losing proposition, and I will not do that. Now, if you've got somebody, I've got several people that work in the restaurant and bar industry. They work at night. They make a great living. They trade in the morning. They stay up, they trade a few hours in the morning, they're gone. They go to sleep, they come back. Over and over and over again. If you are working a 9 to 5 job, we have our classrooms at night, we teach you how to do it at night. You can absolutely trade in the overnight. Do I suggest you try to stay up all night long now? You can't nobody can do that. I was as close to a T 2000 liquid terminator that there ever was. I used to be able to go days without sleep. I don't suggest that for anybody right now. But you've always got an opportunity for, let's say, the 45 year old, you're budgeting your money, you've got a family, if you are gainfully employed, you stay there. You do not leave. You get everything you can out of your career. And that's the best time in my opinion to learn this because you're not necessarily building your future. You're on your path to your future already. You've got responsibility. You know what to do when you're retired. You have money.

Amber Athey: Replacement Theory Is About Our Open, Unsafe Border

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 3 d ago

Amber Athey: Replacement Theory Is About Our Open, Unsafe Border

"You and I are adults We thought hey we're all responsible for our own actions right But there's only so many times Republicans can take the high road and Democrats can take the low road before the foil effect by kicks in I think outside of the real nut bags and moon bats on the left Nobody's listening to this anymore I mean this used to result in the past and boycotts and all this other stuff Did you notice how the pressure campaign just fell with a complete thud and their videos like oh yeah whatever Tucker Fox Levin bongino we all think again and everybody did We get it fine whatever Are you getting that too that this has just been so overdone that we're all kind of cooked on it and it just moved past it A 100% and that's the one that I think optimistic note to take away from these constant attacks from the left on conservatives in terms of character smears because I think in the past 5 years especially people have started to see the pattern and they've had it happen to them enough times that they eventually realized that these are not arguments being done in good faith These people don't care about racism sexism homophobia what have you They're just using it as a tool to try to silence the opposition And the reason they're talking about this replacement theory ban is because they don't want us to have a conversation about the fact that the Biden administration is doing nothing in terms of border security on the southern border They brought in Afghan refugees who have been accused of raping minors and beating their wives and so if you dare to talk about how we should be actually vetting the people who come into our country they're going to now lump you in with this crazed mass shooter who was a deranged leftist

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Netflix Proves Americans Have Had Enough Wokeness

The Trish Regan Show

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Netflix Proves Americans Have Had Enough Wokeness

"Americans are smarter than they think. And this is one of the reasons why Netflix has struggled so much. Don't forget this was a stock that was flying high up around $600 a share back in January at the start of the year now. It's around 200 and a lot of this has to do with not just the challenges that our economy may be confronting in the near future. But the culture wars that are going on. And Netflix seems to be waking up here, learning that wokeism is not good for business. Not good at all. In fact, Netflix is now under enormous pressure. After it lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter, recognizing, of course, that you do not provide content people like if you go too far out on this liberal leftist nonsense that's actually offensive to some people, they're not going to watch their show. Your shows and they're not going to subscribe to your content and that becomes an issue then for the company, right? Because you think about the loss and subscribers, the content like Dave Chappelle, right? The employees are furious about Dave Chappelle. So Netflix just said, you know what? We don't care. This is the right move, by the way. This is the right move for the company. The country as well. Netflix just issued a long memo detailing that the company culture is sort of at stake and it wants to really help to improve upon it saying that it wants to produce lots of different content and it will not allow its employees to cut

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Due Process Institute's Jason Pye and Doug Discuss the First Step Act

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:18 min | 5 d ago

Due Process Institute's Jason Pye and Doug Discuss the First Step Act

"Everybody, it's Doug Collins glad to have you back on the dog Collins podcast. You got a great friend coming back in today to be on the podcast Jason parr, due process institute. I've known him for many, many, many years that we go back from Georgia politics to D.C. politics everywhere in between. But I wanted to bring Jason back in to like a lot going on in the D.C. front and it's not just in legislation, but it's also in its election cycle. You probably will realize that watch list of this podcast Washington podcast went on. Election cycles tend to make politicians do sort of different things. And it's a lot of pressure going on. And I'm not criticizing that. I've been a part of and a lot of part of it. You have to sort of find what works is a guy who's worked with my campaigns consulted for me forever. Chip Lake says, he says elections can be about everything you want them to be. But at the end of the day, the voters have a say in what actually goes on. And that's true. But one of the areas that is so important that I wanted to bring Jason back in because I do a lot of work off podcast with this issue and that's criminal justice and criminal justice reform and Jason has been at the heart of that for a while. I work with the folks at justice action network. You've got a lot of groups out there that do this kind of work. But we're seeing some progress we're seeing some steps back and then what I want to talk to Jason about today is this idea that I saw a Republicans moving forward in what should be a really conservative issue combined with and they seem to be taking some steps back. So Jason Powell, welcome back to the dot com. Thanks for having me. It's good to see you as always. And that's a good time. I was going to say everything you're talking about in terms of criminal justice there are things that Republicans should be running on should be proudly proclaiming and your work on the first step act in Congress. You should wear as a badge of honor. And unfortunately, Republicans are going towards this tough on crime rhetoric that was so prevalent in the 1980s and 1990s. It's frustrating. Well, it is. And I think that's the part now. I wrote an op-ed a couple of weeks ago. We put it out and it was really hitting at that, you know, the whole idea

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Brandon Tatum Responds to the Protests at the Homes of SC Justices

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 6 d ago

Brandon Tatum Responds to the Protests at the Homes of SC Justices

"Com. We are back with the newest member of the Salem factory faculty. He is officer Brandon Tatum, who will be taking over from Larry elder as a former Leo law enforcement officer, got to play this cut for you from outside justice Alito's home yesterday, play cut. My body. My body. My body. What do I want? So in Virginia law, it's actually a crime to disturb the peace of a private residence. In federal law, it is a crime to try to exert pressure on a judicial proceedings or to intimidate a judge. Nothing happened, even in Virginia, yes, Glenn youngkin, where are you? Nothing happened in D.C.. So as a former law enforcement officer, I got to get your reaction, Brandon. Yeah, it makes my blood boy watching these people act the way they do. It's okay to protest. It's okay to peaceably assemble. But when you are breaking the law, police officers need to hold you accountable. And the funny thing is, is that when this is an attack against a conservative, everybody's cool. They can walk the streets they can threaten people and everything else. When this is against a liberal, they

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Corp. Media Has Been Silencing Alternative Views to Transgender Craze

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last week

Corp. Media Has Been Silencing Alternative Views to Transgender Craze

"Meanwhile Casey points out there have been silencing alternative views Corporate media have recently permitted only a select group of persons to express heavily caveat concerns about this massive social shift in April The Washington Post featured an op-ed by trans person Corinna Khan It was given the freedom to explain that the destruction of his privates introduced a different type of bondage in that sense of surgery he's become a medical patient and will remain one for the rest of his life Washington Post even gave him permission to bemoan the distorting influences of social media on teenagers and how readily authority figures facilitate transition Missing so far in the media's patently biased and circumscribed I said careful with the words Willingness to acknowledge that perhaps this is more than just the utopian realization of the sexual revolution It's the mission of their complicity and facilitating this reality Social pressure works media propaganda work And now all of a sudden more and more people identify With the LGBT Well I don't even know what to call it The anything goes crowd In everything goes crime

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Biden to urge local leaders to boost public safety spending

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Biden to urge local leaders to boost public safety spending

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden will will will will host host host host a a a a public public public public safety safety safety safety meeting meeting meeting meeting today today today today at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House the the the afternoon afternoon afternoon event event event in in in the the the rose rose rose garden garden garden will will will feature feature feature mayors mayors mayors and and and police police police chiefs chiefs chiefs discussing discussing discussing how how how they're they're they're spending spending spending money money money from from from a a a nearly nearly nearly two two two trillion trillion trillion dollar dollar dollar Kobe Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen nineteen relief relief relief package package package on on on policing policing policing and and and public public public safety safety safety a a a senior senior senior administration administration administration official official official speaking speaking speaking on on on condition condition condition of of of anonymity anonymity anonymity so so so as as as president president president Biden Biden Biden what what what reads reads reads cities cities cities to to to spend spend spend even even even more more more the the the money money money on on on public public public safety safety safety and and and crime crime crime prevention prevention prevention before before before the the the summer summer summer months months months when when when there's there's there's usually usually usually an an an increase increase increase in in in violent violent violent crime crime crime the the the president president president has has has been been been under under under pressure pressure pressure from from from Republicans Republicans Republicans and and and others others others to to to bring bring bring down down down violent violent violent crime crime crime across across across the the the country country country my my my camp camp camp in in in Washington Washington Washington

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Is Abortion Equal to Murder? John Zmirak Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last week

Is Abortion Equal to Murder? John Zmirak Explains

"I'm talking to John samira. What's there to say, John? What's on your mind? Well, thank you, Eric. I collaborated with my friend longtime pro life activist Jason Jones on an important piece at stream dot org. It's called once the law protects unborn kids. Should we seek legal penalties for women who abort them? That question has actually come up. The left is saying that we pro lifers want to send women to prison if they have abortions once we have granted legal protection to unborn children. They're saying we don't just want to lock up the doctors and the nurses and the entrepreneurs of the abortion industry. They're claiming that we want to send women to prison. And pro lifers, some prominent ones, are struggling with how to answer this. If we say abortion is murder, well, if you hire hitman and you get caught, hitman isn't just go to jail, you're going to jail. So if your logic is the abortion is murder, don't you really intend to lock up women who've had abortions once you can get away with it politically. Catholic once posed this. This is in the back of the minds of the suburban women voters who the Democrats think will rescue the Biden administration from the wrecking ball come November. And so we pro lifers have to have a principled answer to it. Typically the answer was always, well, we think the women are the victims. So we would never prosecute the victims. That doesn't quite cut it a 100%. Because first of all, yes, it's true. In many cases, women are coerced to pressure to abandon into having abortions. But not all of them. They're not all innocent hapless 14 year olds carried into abortion clinics by their parents.

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What Does Inflation Say About the State of the Economy?

The Trish Regan Show

02:06 min | Last week

What Does Inflation Say About the State of the Economy?

"I would argue that is worried as I am about the future direction in the economy and whether or not consumers can continue to sustain this level of spending, what's interesting is we actually haven't had the massive downside in the economy that you might think. I mean, I guess I'm in the minority because my kids are like, why haven't we got on vacation? Why? I'm sorry. I don't want to pay two or three times as much for the same hotel room that I stayed in pre COVID that was a sliver of the price it is now. I just, you know, ethically have a problem with that. The price of everything is going up and restaurants are still crowded and it's tough to get airline tickets. I mean, all of this suggests inflation will continue. Because if you have that demand, coupled with these inflationary pressures such as we now have in the economy and there's so many of them. Finally, the fed is doing something about it, but there will be a hangover combined with real supply chain issues, yes, because of the China thing. And of course, the energy challenges because of what's going on in Europe. I mean, this is not going to get too much better. The economy could suffer because people may start to scale back in that spending. Maybe they don't go out to dinner as much. Maybe they're going on vacation as much because at some point it's got to sink in. It's got to sink in that they get less money in their pocket. I'm looking at the numbers here and basically there was nearly a 3% drop 2.6% drop in spending power in terms of what consumers have because it inflation is continuing to rise by this much. And yet, incomes are only going up this much, right? So when you look at the real number, which I realize nobody at The New York Times wants to do because they apparently don't adjust for inflation over there when they look at incomes like, oh, incomes are higher. Now they're not. They're not higher when adjusted for inflation. People actually have less money. And that's why you're seeing, I think, frustration reflected in so many

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Marjorie Taylor Greene and Dinesh Discuss the SCOTUS Leak

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Dinesh Discuss the SCOTUS Leak

"You mentioned at the end of the last segment this remarkable, well, the leaking of a forthcoming Supreme Court decision, but a decision to overturn roe versus wade. I have to say that this is, you know, to me, the leak is a little bit secondary. Obviously I think it probably came from the left. They were trying to maybe motivate some activists to put pressure on the court. It doesn't seem to have worked. And I think the big news is that this giant catastrophe of a decision roe V wade, which has been standing for half a century, this big tower of madness has finally going to be pulled down. It is so exciting to think about it. You know, I cried when I first heard the news. I just, it was so overwhelming. The emotion to think that roe versus wade could be overturned and it's always been wrong. That was a decision that was wrong when it happened, and it's been wrong for 49 years. So I'm very excited. I know many people all over the country are very excited. And sending this back to the states is the right place to put it, where states can begin to make their own abortion laws and many already have. Me personally, I would love to see abortion end altogether. I would love to see Congress pass the life at conception act because I truly believe life starts at conception. But yes, what we have seen with the leak coming out of the Supreme Court is shocking. This is an investigation that must be done when Republicans take back the house. We can not allow our Supreme Court to be under attack like this. And just as we were talking a few minutes ago, dinesh, our courts are under attack. The left wants nothing more than to pack the Supreme Court. They want to elect elect radical progressive judges all over the country in all levels of the courtrooms because they know that's where they can ultimately

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SCOTUS Must Already Know Who the Leaker Is

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

SCOTUS Must Already Know Who the Leaker Is

"We found out about the imminent overturning of roe V wade and the Supreme Court's ruling on behalf of the state of Mississippi in the Dobbs case. We found out about this from a leak. And upon the leak, there was a lot of speculation well, who's the leaker? What's the motive of the leaker? Is it coming from the left? Is it coming from the right? Well, it really doesn't make any sense to be coming from the right. Who's going to leak something like this? It's going to be someone who wants to mobilize public agitation, a public outcry, and put pressure as they are trying to do now on the conservative justices to back off to get scared to succumb to the mob, if you will. Well, who's going to do that? That's going to come obviously from the left. And so the chief suspects here are Eleanor Kagan and Kavanaugh, now it's not catan G Brown Jackson. She's not on the court yet. So it's one of those two or their clerks. Now that's a very small population of people, and it should be relatively easy to find out who did this. So I find it a little strange that even though for several days, apparently there's an investigation into this leaker, the identity of the leaker is not yet known. I suspect it is known. And I suspect that they're trying to figure out, this is the Biden administration. Remember, these are the, this is the team that does that benefits from the leak. This is the team that itself is on the side of the leaker. This is the team that wouldn't mind if there's pressure put on these justices. And so they're probably trying to figure out, how do we sort of diffuse this? How do we not, we don't want news stories a leak or cod, you know, the leak, oh, it's sort of my oral. So what if Sotomayor is clerks and Sotomayor gave her tacit blessing the clerk goes, hey, I asked Sotomayor she goes, do what you want. She can do what you think is right. Who knows what happened here, but I mean, when I say, who knows, they know. I believe they probably

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Call Pence or Trump? It's decision time for Jan. 6 panel

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Call Pence or Trump? It's decision time for Jan. 6 panel

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Prices Are Not Going Back to Where They Were - We Are IN a Recession!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

Prices Are Not Going Back to Where They Were - We Are IN a Recession!

"Santelli, prices are not going back to where they were. Play cut 66. But prices are not. And I underscore our not going back to where they were. You'd need months and months of months of minus signs on year over year, a month over month, CPI and PPI. Don't think you're going to get months and months of those. Cut 68 CNBC panelists. I'm concerned about the decline in the labor force participation right. People ask me, do you think a recession is coming? I think we're in a recession. Right now. Like that 68. I am concerned about the declining participation rate and we should have read too much into one month's report. But this is part of the reason we've been seeing pressures on wages. So for president dropping out, again, I think the pressure on wages could continue, so I think there are some signs there of concern. It's maybe the quiet before the storm. Economic adviser for Joe Biden was asked about this about, do you think we're heading towards a recession while we can't rule anything out? What a ridiculous question. We're heading into a session. We are in a recession right now. Play cut 61. Americans, they don't feel good about it, right? You're looking at your feelings. They don't feel good about it. Can you tell the American people that we're not headed for a recession? I can tell the American people that we are much better positioned when it comes to that recession question than pretty much any other advanced economy I've seen. But probably more importantly. So you can't rule it out. Hold on. You can never rule anything out. So that's not really a relevant question. You can never rule anything out. Okay, got it. And who are they blaming? Well, thankfully, the American people are blaming Joe Biden. The economy, inflation created by our response to COVID. We did this. Did not happen

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"That's it. I thought you were use shitty one. No no i have a good one up. Don't touch that one drunken dragon and fuck with me. What is it. aj spell that again. Slower d. r. a. u. g. e. n. norwegian. I don't fucking know. why don't you have. I had a pronunciation thing up. Why don't you do it because in pressure points fashion or fucking names getting all right dragon. I think it's dragen So it's derived from a fuck this one up to trouser drought. I dunno drager yet drago. So it's dragging skyro- him. Yeah i was about to say. That's what i had my notes so it's north for ghost Or at least like let's see idea behind. It is like ghost entity whatever now. The dragon is a ghost. They are ghosts of men that went to see at night in their haunting the waves. So the idea. Is that like if you went out to see at night. You were very likely to die because charleston would come after you kinda think they were covered in seaweed and they were just huge and be rowing like this destroyed. Boat coast thing was toshi s ghost pirates basically and before you would see them the way kind of like the you would avoid it was. You would hear their screams. Their shrieks at sea. Nego- well not going that direction head back home not gonna go to the tour screaming. Yeah right so What would happen is if you got closer to the screams I can see reaching for something none So if you got closer to the streams The dragon would come up below you and drag your ship down to the bottom of the sea. That's metal now if it managed if it manages to kill you while you're on board you drown die. Whatever you become a truck there is a way to get out of it though is if you happen to get back to shore before them you survive and your good. The only problem is it's going to haunt you still come after you.

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Because then i found this man i got. I got scroll down to his name. You want me to medic. I'm o okay clinton union. Yeah i'm a real union flavian. Okay he probably butch. I'm sure with our dumb. America's dude isn't even norwegian. he's finish. I'm oh coli view. That's the american way. Let's see american way. Yeah so i. I stumbled across this guy and wanted to give a little background to make a story a little more understandable because a lot of people turns out. Don't know anything about combat drugs. Not me. I just know about hitler. Drugs i mean. Don't get into sidetrack. Oh we do that can spoil so so combat drugs have been around for a long time. It's basically you have an army. You're make a couple of key. Points are group's hopped up on drugs. Pumpkin full they can kill a lot of people a lot quicker and they can march for a lot longer without rest. That's the idea. Amphetamines are a hell of a drug. So they've been they. Basically as long as people have been killing each other. People have been using combat drugs Homer wrote that greek soldiers would chug a shitload of wine and then go fight liquid courage. Baby yeah Visiting brazil legends of them taking the mushrooms and just tripping killing the shit out of a whole really is in the mushroom so in the civil war civil war was a a war of morphine and opium. Okay solid work. And if you remember from the i don't even remember what that episode was the of the dark side of foods. Was that what it was called. I film we're talking about like coke and seven. That's a a lot of them got addicted to morphine. Because they would use it. He obviously as a painkiller and aesthetic. But also as an anti-diarrhoeal so they're officers would be given like an opium. Morphine t almost daily music steve off dysentery shifts. God think of all the yeast that you can find lincoln. That'd be fantastic. Just i just need to get some morphine. And then you know world war one was a war full of tobacco cocaine and drug called forced march which is a great name forced mar. Yeah it was. It was cocaine. And kola nut extract. And there's mixed that and you could buy on the home front from you could go down to the pharmacy by coke heroin and different mixtures and then send it to you. Know your brother your lover your son on the front so you just get a box mail time. Full of heroin new. Imagine the amount of felonies that you would get if you you're sending like troops heroin man. Oh god not just not just like state mail. Let's shits like international male dutroux trafficking if you're just sending like heroin needles. Just that are loaded. Oh yeah joe pure There was some you know random number that i did not verify at all pretty much that or god yes so before world war one almost..

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"I really don't like it when you put your foot on my foot during the intro today. Yeah and like you drag your foot slowly up my leg towards why tell my my wife not to listen to this and my girlfriend and my side and your mistress And my An was it are my fan girl. All yes yeah. All of all all forty thousand of them So i'm for the first time without very much stress. All we have right you know agreed serotonin levels are finally coming back up. I've been using Vaping melatonin the last three nights a shot. Just try it out. Interest of i've never. I've never slept better really like. Oh my god. I can't do it. You can't do it every night you know. That's not super good for you. But like i don't i sleep less now. You know you should start doing now. Is vague your melatonin. But as soon as you vape it. Turn on that weird little Sleep please that i have. I'll send it to you. Send your other platelets. Get super weird dreams. Man i shit hits the spot since.

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Terrifying right Make It Stop. Nope. Yeah, I'll skip to the song will probably be just more of the time. We're almost there. Anyway. Oh since chills down my creepy. Oh my God. Yeah. Fuck that. Yeah, and then you all you have to do is to go. Oh you go to turn on your TV and it's just static cuz they don't play after 8:00 and then you make yourself a martini Jesus Christ. No, I think that's yeah. I think that's the last one that I have to play. But there there are hundreds of these recordings. You can find them online. Just Google number stations. Actually. It's the I think it's called the conet project or Coney. I don't fucking home. C o n e t project they documented these and put out for compact discs they know but they suck when like CDs when they stop selling the CDs. They basically said it's basically free we're now so you can find it for free online. They release the copyright you can and they just record it for CDs is worth of just these clips of these numbers station. Imagine being that much of a fucking loser that you like. Yes. I'm going to buy four CDs of this. I mean, I would probably do that. You're a collector but like somebody that's like yo this this this whatever, you know, but yeah, it was pretty cool. You can find out free music archive actually if you're interested, but more recently things have been popping up Twitter accounts, maybe being used as number stations because I make sense you can get a job. Yeah, you have a history of it as long as you're using the one the one obviously super easy. I I made a bought very well proven. Yeah, like it's yeah, so one of them is at Google. I want to look at it g u n s or at x z v i don't know if they're still up but those are some that I had googins. Yeah any luck with your follow-on questions not says tweets are protected. All right. Try the other one. What was it x z v v c v. I'm sure there's a Reddit thread on how these are all detached or whatever. But what the Yeah, it's literally just numbers so dreams numbers. It looks like it changes. I don't know how often that looks like a daily thing a few times daily. So the most recent ones October 1st one eight, five three six, ninety. Seven. Nine two eight. Oh 82173 +927-431-593-7070. 402-769-1925 - +254-299-788-6000. If you've been activated contact us at pressure point. Yeah, please suddenly you're like activated. What's your name? I'm coming for you. Yes or something light into my DM's. Yes, please do but yeah, you know, that's that's pretty much all I have on these numbers stations cuz there's a lot of mystery like we obviously well, I think that's obvious. These are used to communicate with spies and I think it's a pretty interesting way to do it. Obviously nowadays. We have different ways that we can communicate with people but like even even now you can still use numbers situations whether it's across a radio, which I would say probably more likely to be in radio. Cuz who the fuck is an amateur ham radio operator nowadays and then you just like digitally send them the key. There you go off. You're done easy peasy. Yeah or and make sense. It's like it's right there. Yeah, interesting Well, yeah, if you've been activated then by all means reach out to us on Instagram and Twitter at point zero pressure or even better if you're activated go to the patreon right now subscribe real quick using your mom's credit card big. Thank you to Nordic Thunder sweet tea darker under Haley in case mcfay. See if you haven't already had enough of us every week and you want a little bit more every couple of Thursdays. We are releasing a little baby episodes are unpatriotic called slap a seconds should be some out this week. It'll probably put a couple more out this week. So yeah per usual. Thanks for tuning in stock has catch you guys next week..

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"These are just Cuban messages about that. But then they yeah, they were not just imagine your your in your basement. Your 1960s wife is asleep in bed on Xanax. Wow, you don't have any kids cuz you're cool. You got amazing shag carpet. Oh, yeah and some great. What what what's The Silo corduroy pants? Yeah and corduroy black bottoms, baby. Yeah. It's like 3 a.m. And you hear this. I don't like it seems like God damn. You want me to go ahead and show how much longer is this? This was three minutes long cuz it just repeat like this or three years. Oh fucking skip ahead. Jesus Christ the thing about this this broadcast this yeah from this station off. It was a lot of times it's like little Jingles or a little pieces of songs backwards hate it terrifying right Make It Stop. Nope. Yeah, I'll skip to the song will probably be just more of the time. We're almost there. Anyway. Oh since chills down my creepy. Oh my God. Yeah. Fuck that. Yeah, and then you all you have to do is to go. Oh.

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"It's like when you watch people oh God Or water out and as it pours, it turns into like ice. I'm I imagine he just like like snaps twice and it's just like Chuck and that things just fucking hard. Yeah. Yeah. Apparently it was a fairly quick process. Otherwise the body is withdraw but being way back in the fucking day. He rumors started spreading that he learned Egyptian magic. Oh no travels. So he had to he burned all of his notes. All of his notes are gone. He said that on his deathbed he would tell one of his closest friends how to do it, because he died prematurely changes. So he died unexpectedly. Yeah quote unexpected. Yeah. He promised himself in the back of the head twice. Yeah, but like on that didn't exist yet changed his Christ piece of shit, but like that that's a really cool technology. We know that it's possible if we can figure out how to do that. These podcasts tables will be a lot more reflective. Yeah, it won't bounce off. When I spilled water all over it won't lose it shit when I accidentally poured 90% alcohol on it. You take just a small spot the next one. I've only got three more so long, you know, hang in there. I know there's a boring episode. I'm falling asleep. This is bulshit. You know, they a steam engine was invented in the first century. It sounds familiar. I feel like I've heard this before summer here on of Alexandria invented super simple. Steam engine. Yeah. Basically it was like a like a bowl of water with a fire under it and then a tube and then a circular container that had to pistons and basically it would all the steam would go up into the tube and the steam would blast out of those pistons and cause it to rotate huh in a circular thing. I mean, it makes sense. Like I feel like cuz Alexandria had a bunch of connections to Egypt didn't they? I mean they were they were everywhere but this dude was a Greek or Roman or something. I don't know. Yeah, but like yeah, there's a lot of birth. Is it at the time like it's not like they were these fucking cavemen. That's cool. What's a fire? Like they're they're going to be able to utilize steam. They see it. They're like, okay, we can literally recreate this and yeah, I see single-engine. Let's make it move something exactly. So like for us we're like, oh, yeah boil water steam whatever but like off course back then they're like, how can we utilize? We also you know, who knows what we lost from like the Library of Alexandria went automated and burned like so much knowledge and information that could have propelled a civilization forward that we lost. So ridiculous. The modern-day steam engine was invented in 1698 by Thomas Savery wage favorite detail. Here is Thomas Savery is steam engine didn't even have like a moving part didn't even have Pistons. Really? Yeah. It was like the first century wage. Was way more advanced cuz you could actually like Hook shit up to it to spin. Yeah and rotate really amazing thing this dude though here on of Alexandria created the world's first vending machine hack coin operated a steam-powered vending machine. It could have been steam-powered but he also invented a wind wheel the first wind wheel that we know of that was actually used in mechanics become attached it to a like a pipe organ like an organ and he it was the first wind wheel powered, Oregon. He invented love it. He invented a cart a programmable cart where it'll move and you could program like how far it's going to go based on a series of falling Waits Jesus like super events to my favorite invention though from this guy was he created a template display. That was completely mechanical really he used it a cogwheel and a series of ropes and pulleys in a binary type fashion. Is she basically involved? Binary in the first century, it would completely run. You just have to go over pull a lever and it would do an entire like Story play G tell an entire story alone. No human interference. That's absolutely awful. Like when I personally think about it. I'm like, oh, yeah, it's just it's timing of like pulleys and levers and gears but it's like you said it was based solely off of binary binary binary binary type but it's just like the amount of timing and work that has to go into that. It's and and Engineering it's it's crazy to be like how how deep thoughts these people would get on like something that we see as so trivial and so like not prehistoric but like just it's it's such like this dumb thing you like. Oh, yeah, like you made a fucking puppet play with like you will try to make upon its way with Rose Bowl on Wheels not going to that. Yeah. He'll know not in like if you gave me off. Applies and give me a hundred years. I couldn't do it. I mean eighteen. Yeah, I'm stupid. That's why I just speak. Yeah, you don't even edit. Well exactly and we don't really edit that much but I need the macaroni. Peace I did but that's something yeah. So this dude was really cool. His inventions were something else. We always think of people, you know, two hundred years and back as home basically peasants who just wear it all worked all t-shirts and grew corn. Well, yeah because it was like, that's all we can think Industrial Age like you think okay. That's when they started making like a steam powered engines. That's when they started making like the light bulb and and started working on electricity and everything and it's like, okay like that's really exciting and cool. But there are these huge huge huge inventions and they made so much progress there thousands of years of like technology that was being developed wage. Well before like it's not really like an invention by any means but I remember when I was just in elementary school and like Middle School. They were like, how did the Egyptians even make the pyramids like they were so blown away by it and they were like, how would they move these huge Stones across the across this sandy desert and then somebody look at the picture and was like, what the fuck are they pouring onto the sand more sand and they'd have these like ox-drawn like things that are just pulling like a a big block a huge block. Yeah, and somebody was like, oh they were pouring water on the sand because it made the sand stable. It made it hard and they were able to pull like giant huge giant boulder across. It's like, okay that makes sense. It's it's crazy to me that like they were able to make these advancements and but it's not at the same time as like a simple technology, but that is groundbreaking for the airbag. Sounds like that's amazing for people that don't have like an they don't have the the internet. They don't have all of these books for like like from across the world a collective library of everything. I mean like some some did but like really ancient cultures like that. They had no idea know a lot of times it would be Reinventing the wheel over and over again. I don't mean literally just like with other civilizations like the Romans would develop these aqueducts and then we would re-invent them a couple hundred years later and same with the steam engine. You know, it's crazy shit. Fantastic. I got a couple more here. Let's see. So the the lycurgus cup it's a Roman invention. Of course. Basically, it's a cup. It's a chalice fancy-ass chalice is what I wrote main room, but based on how the light hits it the cup changes color like pretty cool stuff when the light is hitting the front it's green, but if the light is coming from behind. It's red and it's a glass cup. Is it based solely on like refracting light? Yeah. Yeah you figure it out. It's nanoparticles of gold and silver colloid throughout the glass and based on where like where they placed somehow got these nanoparticles in order like it's what's the light in a different way huh? Amazing. We still with all our technology even though we know what it's made of we can't even do it still know and how did some dude you know, I didn't even put a date down. Oh, we totally to Roman figure this out. People said that oh, here's a just an accent and they figured it out. Like okay. Well, it's perfect like the lighting the color change is perfect. It's not like to just made a child like one chalice. It was like, oh, hey it did this by accident. It's like it's literally engineered to it's a it's a product essentially and how we totally out of we know how to do that because Pink Floyd actually did it on the cover of dark side of the moon. It's dark of the month. Dark of the Moon fuck you. Yeah. So we we know how to do it. We just decided not to cuz it's a dumb technology. Yeah, it's a down technology. We don't need a stupid. We don't need that wage. Yeah, and if it was just an accident where the fuck were they messing around with nanoparticles of.

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"On the road just like out of nowhere boom and the tanker is like it's driving that just your boom and then all of a sudden the tankers on its side. No, no, that's not quell dead. So some people thought they'd like potentially the tank had popped a leak and that's what it was and the pressure like pushed it over to its side b a lot of pressure. Yeah, and a lot of people were saying like it was kind of smoky as they were walking up like the driver Francisco hops out and he's like trying to figure out what the fuk happened and this big like I said White Cloud kind of starts to form and it's spreading out fairly quickly. So people are like what the hell but like I said non-toxic so nobody's fucking not choking, Illinois off dying. Yeah. So This Cloud gets like all the way over to the beach which is like it's like not a kilometer away, but it's out there a little bit and then a little like discoteque building little Rave building over here running. They're just bumping their music. That's probably what the bumps were from. Yeah, right fucking raging nineteen song. They're going ham. So like I said a lot of people head over to check out the commotion and it's a campsite. So there are people just doing regular camping things grilling chilling with the cars like hanging out. Yeah smoking. It's the seventies everybody's fucking smoking and especially the doctors. Yeah, especially there's a large tanker with flammable Goods your that one, too. Yeah, so suddenly the big white cloud of non-toxic smoke cloud gas. Whatever. It comes in contact with some ignition. They don't know one another who has anything to do with people on the cigarettes. They linked it. Either to the discotheque is that they've like like shit going on in there obviously like some electricity of its parts at all. It can ignite it other people were saying like potentially campfires like grills somebody just log Kingdom lighting their cigarettes. I can't see through this fog. I'm going to light up a cigarette light up. My man. Got a cold this stuff stinks God. Oh God, like a soap all of a sudden ignition hits the smoke and fire immediately flashes back to the tanker which ignites the gas still inside the tanker and it explodes now the driver and anyone like in this really thick Cloud killed right away, like immediately just fucking poof gone. This explosion causes a five foot deep crater holyshit and it's sixty five feet in diameter. It's 65 phone not working huge. I'll get you a damn easier. This is 26 tons. Yeah, I guess that's right in a mostly pressurized. Yeah container in an over pressurized container wage. Leaked out and I'll get a little bit more into like the pressurised side of it but like it immediately got so hot that people's hair and clothing caught fire right off the bat. So and these are people that are like like a hundred meters like there are a hundred way. No further than that. He is like their way out there. Like I think that's what was it it got up to like three hundred meters away something like that. Like it got out there dude. Damn. So people catch fire and they're like, fuck this like I'm going to run to the ocean and put my hair out like yeah. It's a seventies everybody's got big ass hair or hair stick hairspray and should all over in their home. So a lot of these people just turn and they're like closest water. They run for the beach. Now. The thing is that it hit temperatures of eighteen hundred degrees Fahrenheit dead. Goddamn, which I don't know if you know what happens when temps that high come in contact with water. But yeah, I'm familiar evaporates it immediately cream immediately game and also a very large explosion is going to push things away a little bit further people are running out towards the the C. It's further away than it was before it gets harder for them to get to it people died trying to get to the the ocean other people are just like one they died on contact. Oh, yeah, the discotheque employees were close enough money to the explosion that literally all of them died. So so back on the beaches. Yeah. Yeah, so they're running towards the ocean as the ocean is further away from them than as it is turning into steam. Then potentially just becomes fax teams and steams them alive. Yeah, cuz it's just like so fucking hot in the area their home. Pictures of it and cars would explode because the gas in there. It's so hot that it just immediately ignites it yeah, that's so cars are exploding. I think she kind of propane grills are just popping over cooking fucking exploding as well. Like there's a video on YouTube that I watched. It's in Spanish. I should have had you translated for me. I speak Spanish that way so I speak more German than I feel like they're showing pictures of the bodies and it looks like it's as bad if not worse than like what you saw with Pompey where like people are just fucking cooked. It's just these charred skeletons bodies that are just covered with like charcoal immediately off in a lot of them. It's not like they're trying to put themselves out there just standing there casually or like they're leaning on there like sunbathing and just like boom they're fucking cooked dead. Yeah, so ninety percent of the campsite completely eviscerated like and that's not just like oh the people in it, I mean like the trainees that grass like it is completely fucked and then you're also getting these cars that are exploding that are causing further fires. It's just everything is just bucket of melting. Everything is on fire. Yeah, there are pictures of like campers that were a little ways away but still close and like they're just melted on the sides like is 1800 degrees Fahrenheit across such a wide area. Yeah exactly. I mean just imagine that like think about sixty five feet sixty five feet. That's the diameter of the fucking crater and it goes off five feet down on this truck. That's a huge crater enormous. So like up to a thousand feet away everything within a thousand foot down. Amateur is just completely damaged and destroyed now for the people that weren't like right next to it. They worked on getting the hospitals wage, but a crater that size that's just off the side of road is going to destroy that road temperatures that hot are going to like superheat the road where like it cracks did she has like things are completely fucked in a matter of seconds. Nobody really knows what to do. So a hundred and fifty people were killed on sight finally home it that's way more than I thought. Yeah dude fastest book like these people are just fucking cooked obviously from like Burns and shit like being completely melted. Yeah something like I said, it's just the shock from the explosion just literally tears them apart. Yeah now the tanker because it is exploded blocked and destroyed the road dead. And so there are two different hospitals in like opposite directions in like essentially the the municipality which like the state is Al, so like they have two different hospitals and they're both basically the same distance away from this place. So there are people that are super injured and they just like locals are coming out with their cars cuz the ambulances can't get there. Yeah, it's every fucked. So locals are just grabbing people and putting in their cars and they're like, let's go. Let's go a hundred and thirty people were transported to these hospitals and like ninety percent of their body would be burned goddamn. That's like barely surviving. Yeah, if at all seriously and in the days to come like over a hundred and sixty just happened deaths happened just because of the insufficient care en route to the hospital insufficient Care on Route in the civilians, Civilian khong Yeah, of course like you through like three people in there. It's like you can't treat burns that are bad. Yeah. It's especially if you don't have any knowledge on yeah treating Burns and their immediate off like third-degree Burns. Yeah are fucked. Imagine taking a torch and holding it to your skin like and that's just one like one of those maybe half a square inch of your skin. This is across your whole body. You just walk in torch a ninety percent of your body whatever. So, I think the total count comes out to like was it was like 230 some people said 270 people died from like injuries and immediately, so I wasn't just like some freak accident. Hey look a spider on your phone on my what he's around the corner now, oh, we're going to die. Now there's oh I see. Oh gross you keep talking. I'm going to give birth. Butter, I got a putty knife right here. You're going to flick it towards me. I keep going keep going. Oh.

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"So now, we'll talk about coke. It was introduced in eighteen, eighty, six by John. Pemberton. He was a confederate Colonel Oh. This is great. We're just all about the racism. Oh. Yeah. A hit on land next week to it's going to be a great combination that's pretty. Fun. For. ME. White. Male yet Jesus Christ non-chinese. Why? Yeah. Hell. Not for Mateen Eighty, he was injured during the civil war and immediately became addicted to morphine. So he was basically a business owner trying to come up with his own drink to spend to get substitutes. So we could get that hit a morphine without taking morphine as really what he was doing. He was. Okay, this is a popular drink. Let's. In it see if I get addicted to that. Arafat. Helps me get over my morphine addiction. If I moved my diction from one thing to the next I'm. On My way through addiction. Yeah. There you go. so He created pemberton's French wine coca as a nerve tomek taty. Now, that sounds like something that I would order. That's fans tonic coca. What is your best nerve tonic? I'd like a lemon lime funded. Label. Dip. Shake. It out of here, I'd like a Pemberton. So this drink was a complete rip off of Mariani which was a French. Corsican coca wine. So it was alcoholic beverage. It was a wine that also had cocoa coca in it, which is. Contained, cocaine? But his version had the African Kola nut which had a bunch of caffeine in it. She got cocaine, you got caffeine. Alcohol. fucking. Hardy. If your first time trying it, generally, you would have to have nine one one on speed dial because your heart would stop barking bumping or would not everybody was addicted to morphine and you could go around to your to your drugs down the corner and get you know whatever you wanted. Really. Especially, a PEMBERTON's. Right on TAP. I'd so a year before this drink came out a drink called. Cola. Coca was presented at a contest. In town you re. Fuck are they Disney. The Disney of the drink. Yes, they really are. So he completely ripped off this drink from multiple popular drinks at the time where he was like this is popular. Let's add cocaine to it and caffeine and then just. decided it was good in eighteen, eighty, six. Yeah. He Marketed Coca Cola, which was a non alcoholic version to the temperance movement Oh. So the reason we have Coca Cola, the reason, there's not alcohol in it besides probably one hundred years past or more. At this point Yeah. It was temperance movement. He wanted to get all that temperance movement cash that church money sweet g churches had their hand in the temperance movement. You don't say so not a lot of fun these. Jerkin no alcohol about cocaine and wheat flakes that certified as far as I remember back in churches loved. Masturbation. You're right. I how dare you feed cut the feed? Fact Checked Bitch. What are you snoops? You know. So so they had a hand in politics and. Christianity obviously, but they were Kinda just stir the pot Oh. Yeah. Stir in the Coca Cola cocaine cocaine pot. Eventually people realize that it's okay to masturbate entering alcohol. Pleso. Temperance Movement slowed down a little bit over time. But now we're going to still talking about coq moore combining that with my favorite topic Nazis. To for to for perfect and always ends up, it always ends with the Nazis. So Coca Cola Gmbh, which I'm just GONNA. Call. German coke. The company was called Coca Cola Gmbh. The German branch of Coca. Cola. They were ruthless and its advertising. Basically, they wanted to convince the Germans to ditch beer and drink a nice cool coke cougar, refreshing coke. They would be any time. There was a magazine with Adolf Hitler or a member of the of the Reich, a high up person. They would have an ad in that magazine. They would specifically target ads because you know this is big movement. Let's let's get in on the ground floor, get them to associate Hitler with coca-cola interesting. It's advertiser. It's funny because they would have just become what America's become because they went for beer. But if they gone for coke, they would be as fats fucking Americans are now. So they specifically when they heard that, there would be like a rally for the Nazi party. They would buy billboards in the area and put up these big posters of coke. Imagine, like you're walking down the street and you've got like this big swastika and what is it? Is it an eagle that's on there. What's? Bride depends which one? Yeah. The Eagle. You've got Eagle and then below under says sponsored by Coca. Just, wait basically that. they would. They took a hit when a picture leaked of the American version of coke and has said, it was kosher on the back. So. What this is a Jewish drink. But they immediately had a press conference and released an article and said, no, we are not Jewish not at all and they they immediately. cozied up to this to Terry in regime. What are they? fucking? Ford. Right. Oh God I really WanNa talk about four months. That's what got me into your get. You fired up unless Ford and the Nazis Man. So they were. Yeah. They almost got shot down because of their caffeine content because the Germans were all about certain to be about health. Nazi Nazis always wanted to advocate for the young people to be nice and healthy. So they had a lot of caffeine and they they eventually cut that down now just want to come up with like. Nazi coca-cola posters. They, have them. I want to see him, but I've got some phenomenal ideas that I think I could pitch off back in I. Think. So yeah, I think I think we can make some great propaganda. Give Goebbels A. Run for his money. So kite was a guy. He was a German born American who was in charge of German coke and he was able to pull ahead through all the adversity true hero nineteen, thirty, six Olympics was a huge deal for Germany because the Nazi party was really you know turning gears, they hadn't really gone to war yet, but they were they're rebuilding their economy..

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Have tails protocol, and it's just it's just focused entirely on privacy and safety or you can. You can use any of meant as is A. Common one that a lot of people will use because it's similar to Windows ten. Okay without it being. Like asked, and you can use apple, but I don't suggest it really because they have a lot of problems, just like windows ten, not as bad though they do come with software to in crypts they do have they have pretty good pretty good privacy, but you should avoid this just in general avoid proprietary APPs that is absent are produced by the company who produces the computer. They tend to have more back doors. It's like the the flashlight APP that used to come on iphones. It was technically a third party APP. And it to use it. You had to give it access to your contacts and your SMS and your locations turns out. They were selling that data of. FACEBOOK MESSENGER when it first came out and probably the same way that just sneakier about their language, in the in the terms and conditions, but when they I dropped it, I remember people were like. Do Not fucking. Get Messenger, because it's just selling, gave it access to everything You have to give it access to the files on your phone which Oh you know if I want to send a picture while it gets access to everything, Yeah. Then right on their fucking wall and ask for their phone number. Yeah, and if you're gonNA, use the phone phone, use the signals signal. Yeah, it's safe, no messaging and and encrypted as long as both people have it if they have your phone and you use signal, it's encrypted, so they can't just scan it or log in. You. Make sure you have a good password on there I don't suggest using face ID. She swore even the ice scanner, or even the thumbprint scanner. Those are easy easy to to break. Syria do I. don't even think you should use the pin. You should have a password but people. That's too much work for people to get into their phones. but good you can call through signal, and in which case then your call, we'll be encrypted which. Call the we had the other day. Yeah, playing videogame dark. It was weird. Her sexy alright? For email US Proton Mail. It's free to set up. It's the free plan. It has a gigabyte of data. You're never gonNA. Use it all their emails. It's encrypted end to end as well when it gets sent over the Internet. Your stuff is encrypted even if they're email. If you're sending it to like a g mail, it doesn't become unencrypted until it reaches their client, so can't be intercepted if it's intercepted. It's a jumble of data that has to be on unencrypted, so use Proton Mail, they also you. They also have a free VPN which I'm currently. Currently using right now on the computer to do this, I only vpn four like APPs that. Access the internet or I. Keep the pressure points email open and You can get the Ip through things like that, so this is use a VPN to hide your Ip address or get around censorship on the Internet I use it just yeah, just to hide my ip address from all these services, and how we you know fake. How many instagram followers we have I feel like hide is kind of A. It feels like a sneaky term. I would say it prioritizes those changes. Yeah, they randomize, is it? Yeah so you can't literally send me an email and find out what city were in warehouses for my House I. Don't want that, so that's good I'll tell you if you if you send a message to me. Resend message on on I gede. Ask I'll tell you where he is addressing. You would all up. Sent a little. GPS coordinates. So with VPN's a lot of times. If you're at all on youtube, everybody has VPN sponsorship and they say keep your data safe or secure private, and that's not what a VPN. There's so many things that people can get your information from like. Let's say you use tour, but you were on. You have a bunch of accounts that you have saved on your Google Chrome. If you were to log in with one of those accounts on your tour browser, you have now compromise that tour browser because they now know. Oh well. We have the IP address they logged in. Yeah now we know they're using this to our client, so that entire sessions just fog. Early and then reload session to get a new identity. so if you're going to please do all this stuff, use tour. Get a new email. Create new accounts. It's not that difficult. You probably have a spam email somewhere. Just delete it. I always us. Open source documents or files and software and things like that open sources great, because the source code is online, anybody can look at. Anybody can audit it at any time, so it has a level of safety that it's not the source code isn't just hidden and how who knows how many back doors they're. WHO KNOWS WHY? Google put a microphone in their thermostats? For no reason and no big deal. It was just leftover from prototype that they were going to voice Shafran, so they spent all that money to keep that in there. Yeah, whatever the sound clip from fucking peewee Herman Not Peewee Herman A. I can't deny do that. How can I fucking think of it? What the fuck is that? Steve Steve urkel lawyer. In the studio today by the way everybody. Steve Jesus peewee Herman with us. Sorry I was thinking about jerking off in a movie theater. On the mind of of The Matrix. Neo the. Neo morpheus! PEEWEE HERMAN! What's his name Laurence Fishburne Yeah. Cowboy whatever? Boy Cock, sucker or whatever his name. I don't know so. Yeah, if you're using a VPN is good, but it doesn't keep you completely. Safe tour can be really good at keeping you safe. Obviously, nothing is foolproof especially. If you're already hacked by windows, ten or the CIA PM encrypt everything also. If you want to encrypt your your software using non-proprietary encryption like on this computer here it's an apple computer..

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"It's totally fake. They use the call of duty graphics to kind of looks like that. All right so he should be protected from this he should not be. Obviously, he's incarcerated for skipping bail, but He shouldn't. You read between the lines. He is incarcerated basically because of this because of this thing that they technically can't incarcerate him for We're not even GONNA get into like incarceration, or how fucked up on my prison system is in the US, but just know he's in the. fucked up. Yeah, but I mean there's not nearly as bad as it is here. Yeah, man! He didn't get an. What is it? The Swedish prisons Oh yeah. Oh my God that was. Better than my house. Hoof but it's good, but it's a good thing that's case and if you disagree with that, fuck you, prisons prisons are should be about a rehabilitation, not re not in Yeah reincarceration, so he didn't hack anything. He didn't steal the information. All he did was hit post and there's a lot of stuff that he hadn't posted yet. He's generally really strategic like with the snowden leaks. The information was really was leaked regionally really. Strategically specifically went to certain people for certain information and released it in a way that basically terrorism the reason it should be used. It doesn't undermine those efforts. He just released information that shows how they are violating our rights daily. Basically, that's how he did the WIKI. Leaks Julian. ASSANGE did so. Have you seen anything about Julian assange in the news? Ever? Of course not, he is dying right now. What about the the one hundred seventeen physicians from around the world getting together in publishing a huge informational piece in the Lancet one of the leading medical journals on the planet? Hear anything about that. Of course not no, and this was before the lockdown when all this stuff happened. So, they didn't have covert as a distraction yet. So completely in this goes back to exactly what we were talking about when it comes to cover up. And like these things need to be in place, so the public can see it because. Like. Oh, okay, so everybody's currently talking about your rights as a citizen, your your rights as a human being guess what you're fucking. Rights are like you have a right to know what's going on, and that's what this whole thing is about is you should know. Would I mean if you decide not to? That's on you, but you have a right to ask. You have you have a right to know what's? happening behind the door. It's unethical in. It's wrong for any of this behind the door. Like sneaky bullshit, even be happening. Yeah, I. Know You looked at the time. Because I've been fucking right now. This is Matt I'm excited because I didn't think I would get all rise out of. This I wanted to be a conversation, but I built it as a one way thing because I didn't think that because I'm, too. It's because I'm using this as a coping mechanism over the last four months that I've been locked in my house and I just WanNa blow up on. This is getting my. This is me getting all of my. Quarantine quarantining. All right so I'm going to now get into just I went onto wikileaks. Use it pretty often just because it's fun, but I'll go into what I what what anybody can find on wikileaks? You could go there right now so right here. This was really the first really cool. When information on the power struggle between the Knights of Malta and the pope. So you've probably never heard of the Knights of Malta. Basically, it's a sovereign entity. That is technically separate from the church does not ruled by the churches government kind of like a society, but they work with the church. They were founded in ten, ninety nine, and they they were basically they were involved in the I. Think they were involved in the Crusades that around that time period Crusades Winsford. WHO's around then? Yeah, so they any kind of like church military thing that went on back in the day they had a hand in it, but they they sovereign, they ruled themselves not under the church, but there was a power struggle because dude, matthew fasting he was the prince and grand master, Grand Master, the prince and grand, Miss Prince, and Grand Master of the Knights of Malta, approved the funding to an aid mission to Africa that among its Let's see tens of thousands of dollars of supplies were a couple of condoms and the pope. At the time. You know for a fact that they were sheepskin condoms to Oh. I never that good shit. They were Primo. They were. There bird hide with the I. Still Honor Dior. It's rigged for your pleasure literally they have. No, but they yeah, so they they approve this huge like to Africa and the pope basically said. Fuck you matthew testing. You're fired and he got fired because the pope said so even though they're a separate entity so now then the nights, basically saying. Hey, you can't do that. Fuck you, Pope and the pope. There's there's a a letter from the pope with the signature on it this the previous pope, not the current one. And it just outlines their power struggle. Because now the church wants to still be in control of the nights, even though they are technically separate, and the nights want to get their independence more more so because there's a lot of money going into him that you've never heard of I was that was a fun to read totally worth it and they have documents like scans of documents of this of this information. and audio and videos, and of all these things let's see I've the next one that I found was a US embassy shopping list. It's great. Measured it and I was like I know he's mentioned this before, so. Pretty much, what it was is a contract that said Hey, independent contractors. If, we choose you. We're GONNA. Let up a bunch of people. Bid For filling this out You yet to sign a disclosure You'RE NOT GONNA. Talk about this and. Start bidding essentially. Here's the list of stuff we need. It was like cameras that can be hidden in Thai. Button cameras a tiny recording devices. Bugs pens with cameras in pens with microphones in them like this is a foreign embassy. It was actually staticy. It was a shopping, Blake Dream List for DJ for the studio wonderful record the entire podcast on just on pens. We'll just have a thing of most. Surround sound three hundred sixty points. All Right? Yeah, so obviously! Everybody knows that spying happens in embassies. It's been happening since before the Cold War and. I can guarantee. You is happening in the Ecuadorian. Then belly. In the UK a tip, not pro tip..

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Word they're not. They're basically not lying about stuff and Making people look unnecessarily bad. If they do bad things, it's okay, but like they can't slander. They can't make it up or skew it. They're not supposed to skew it unless then we can. Definitely, because we're not actual journalists, journalists oppress yet. So they have protections, that's that's the point I want to get to. Journalists have protections. They are allowed to report on what they see what they witnessed and what they research so now we're GONNA. Talk About Julian assange. I don't know how to pronounce it in Fr- She's a Frenchman if I remember correctly. He's an really interesting dude. That everybody should know, but nobody freaking noses dude he no, he was Australian and he lived in France at some point something like that. Yeah, he's Australia. He was from Queensland. From remembering correctly so this dude. went to two universities in. Australia never got a degree, but took a whole bunch of courses on journalism cybersecurity whole bunch of stuff like that he is parents split up when he was really young. you know didn't have. He lived in thirty towns by the time he was eight. He moved around a lot. She's not a lot going on for this kid. You know if thirty different places the problem. When I moved like one town one time I think I think I moved six times before I was eight. And that was enough. I can't imagine for hours eight and I was like. This is bullshit. I was done with it. I was passed. Over it. So, you know not a lot going on for this guy. But he rose above he stop cycle. He started working as a journalist, and in a may say I have a better time line. I should have a better time on I two thousand six, he founded wikileaks. It's a website online a lot like wikipedia, but it's just like a source for leaked documents leaked. Documentation files and all sorts of fun stuff, so the thing about leaks, if say anonymous hacked the twitter account, gets a bunch of information. They are allowed to report that and give that to a journalist and that journalist is now allowed to release release. The Information Post the information are released the information. Because, they the journalists themselves didn't hack the information. They are just reporting on what they were given with. Their sources have given them so so they can be in trouble for that kind of thing, so did wikileaks come up strictly because it would be easier to find leaked information on wikileaks rather than we, Kapadia I think they wanted it wasn't just Julian assange. She was just kind of the ringleader him and his associates pretty much just wanted to have a safe online location for more scandalous tie. See so it was kind of like a leaks forum. that. They just titled Wikileaks. Essentially not really, it's it's. It's structured exactly like wikipedia so just articles in pages and lives okay. So, not quite a forum, so he's postseason. Ten spends the next four years traveling the world creating contacts and posting a ton of information. This this is everything from. Every from different governments they do. dropped the information on Kenya police officers committing atrocious crimes I well I'll get into the specifics about what you can find here later, but just just know. They posted a bunch of stuff before two thousand ten, but two thousand and ten is where wikileaks not overstepped their rights. Because they're totally okay to to do this, but they kind of picked a fight that they couldn't win. And that is in April. Two Thousand Ten wikileaks published the classified material about military activity in Iraq and Afghanistan they released war logs, essentially and equipment logs from both of those engagements. Can the the big thing? The Cherry on top was video that was released taken from a helicopter full of us, troops and it was a video. Them opened firing on a group of eighteen civilians including a Reuters. Investigative journalists and their assistant cheese snow reason nobody had weapons. It was clearly marked. You can see who the journalist is. And they opened fire and killed him, and it was completely covered up. Nobody ever heard about it until video leaked. So this is why. Two thousand ten. It was released in two thousand. In a couple of years before our correctly, but this is why things like wikileaks need to exist. Because if they didn't, we never would have learned about that because you. Mark Killed in action by the enemy like we never know about the atrocities that have been happening by our own people. I mean which sucks. I mean it's terrible, but like if it's something that prevents corruption whether it's like it, it's not about political affiliation. It's not about right or left, or whatever none of that this is strictly right or wrong this. These things need to be seen. They need to be released. Disappear. They're they're never gonNA. Show Up. People need to be held accountable for their actions and none of these people would have been none of these soldiers would have been held accountable. Today find out if all the people they shot at were killed word like. As far as I know, they were all killed, but I mean I'm not surprised. I didn't to come out elsewhere deep into it. So that happened in in August of that year. Randomly Swedish police question assange about two separate charges of rape and molestation that pop up against him. He denies them. They don't have any evidence like it's a really. Real. Case essentially. Sorry. Essentially, it was just like to discredit. I'd assume potentially I don't want to. You know I don't want to discredit a rape and molestation charge, but later on, we'll get more into charges, so that happened in August, and at that point, he was basically this..

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Scotland. Find us on Instagram and the tweeter at point so pressure whatever? Those good I'm impressed. D-. I forgot what I was GONNA, say! It worked. I liked it job. We're also happy. Jay. This is my one chance to actually do an insurer. I'll never do it again, so enjoy. and. Enjoy it while you got it well. Welcome back, everybody. It has been a but fuck of a weekend Yet. Oh Lord we I'm sure you might notice the sound. Maybe a little less quality as it was last week. we're having to do. Remote because you boy, D. is. On a full day of curfew. yeehaw man, it's a it's been a weird one. Yeah, it's. Kinda jumped out from nowhere like everybody worrying about this virus, and they got bored of that, and then just everything else oof crazy, wild wild. But, we won't get in all that you've heard. Really lets you gotta come out your ears. but Yeah, this is. We're going to take you on a nice Scottish adventure today. And your your flight attendant, D. and pilot AJ will be handling this trip. I'll be dealing. I'll be dealing out nuts during the flight. I just got a very interesting text. Yeah! Really Ooh, what is it was from my mother so a up? I have a habit of listening to play scanners because it's a lot of fun. But my parents do too, and they are listening, and they just told me that they have been listening to Wisconsin Philadelphia and Buffalo New York but Illinois is bringing the worst with the most listeners. There is just a ton of gunshots, deaths and fires all over so welcome to your cast of the end of the world. This one wasn't going to be our final episode that was next. But. We're on the Prequel to the the end of the season. So we're on the, we're on the Prequel to the end of the world. Yeah. This is. Crazy, it's fucking wild, but like I said we're not gonNA. Get into all of it because you've heard it enough of next week will be our last episode of season two and starting back up. Correct me if I'm wrong July thirteenth right Monday July. That sounds right. I mean. Is that a Monday think so yeah I, think we. Started on the thirteenth of January and July BS season. Three's about right or probably I'M GONNA. Fuck the interest so many times I'm going to say season to a bunch but yeah, so you get a month. A multi is from us and who knows maybe we'll all die before July thirteenth. I hope so God as long as some behind the scene. As long as I don't do research for an episode, and then the world ends like in that case, I would be pissed. Wasting all my. Life. wasted. Your God. With all my free, time. So I, do have a question for you. D what's up? Do you think season three episode one is? We're going to bring back the interesting unusual deaths. I mean it's tradition now. We've done it twice. I think we should find a theme for like for that episode like interesting unusual deaths that happen to add a carnival in we've. Interesting Usual Swedish deaths. With. Huge shoutout to Sweden we. Actually, you've you've passed Norway on our. ooh On our international listen so. Sorry Norwegians, you're still doing well and Australia Europe on the Board I mean we're we're going international baby. Yeah, I don't know. He turned national company P. Maybe. We'll figure something out for for season. Three on are interesting and unusual deaths. We'll see if anybody has any ideas you know. Slide into my DM's. All of our fans the definitely email us. Yes, certainly, sledding RTM's. So I've gotten so many empty. Really many DM's. Gotten. Gotten. It's mainly on so many amounts. Yeah, so many singular mocking. A so many thumbs up. According so. Let's. Let's move in. Let's move into my content 'cause. I'm I'm excited I'm not I started. You know I'm bored. Oh, I don't have a lot of formal education have a lot of friends. I don't have a lot friends either I've a little bit of time on my hands so I I started taking a one of those online courses from Harvard where you can just kind of like read, the lectures and read the notes. Did you just go along with one of those courses? Are you fucking with me or did you? Are you really no, no I I'm actually doing that. It's on advanced food science. We're going to have a harvard. Grad, in a few. Decades it's not worth any credits. I can get a certificate for one hundred dollars when. When we hit season thirty will celebrate your graduation. By then we're only we do one season every three years right because you're so focused on your single, Harvard class. Yes. About advanced crude production. I'm only a little bit into it. It's talking about like Ph balanced food and like being precise measurements and distilling flavors down sphere, affiliation, and a whole bunch of really cool stuff and you I'm guessing about me. I'm only got into this because you've done. Multiple episodes on cannibalism and you're like how much would that threw off my ph balanced I know every time i. come up there to record with you. You give me like you're just salivating anytime. I'm sitting across the table from you. Know. Looking at the Thanksgiving Turkey every every week basted. Pre basted stuffed. That's so fucking Turkey right there. Fatty. H. Yeah check that. Let me check your devastating. But you know I. Really I really enjoy cooking I was a chef for a for years I. don't even for longtime and Baker and I've done a lot of work in that field. But nothing fancy nothing like there's tiny little dishes that are apparently will make you come your pants. I've always wanted to. I've always wanted to pay like one hundred dollars for like a quarter of biscuit that just as some hollandaise sauce spread around it, and then the way the plate is like wiped clean around the edge. I, just WanNa be treated sometime like that. You're saying well apparently when you pay, you know one hundred dollars for one of those you get like six plates Oh. Really it's not just one little thing. Apparently I don't know. I've never been to one of those places Lavar. Pure pure VPN sponsorship, and with all of the money. That's coming from our merch store. Definitely. Third of a meal. Oh God all right, so you know I. I started to look into something that they one of their first set of lectures was on like the history of cooking, and when the first pressure cooker came out, and when they figured out that it's better to slowly cook your meat than sear it for a long time. They thought Oh you. Just see your meats and that seals in the juices. Like if you just leave it in the fire and let it become a charcoal break. That's when it's safe to eat. Exactly and they were talking about this dude like. A. Food Journal and how he. ATE, his first product from A. Pressure cooker ever and he could bite into the bone like an apple. Like! Oh, God! The bones are as Jelly. Like really gross, so I decided to go into looking into some authentic cuisines across the world. This is the first part in like a thirty six part series where I cover authentic cuisine from the thirteen hundreds onward. It's really really like dry. Not a lot of jokes, so I'll ask you. Hold your jokes question so the end. Okay fine. So. My coffin you you do your thing. Yeah Yeah So yeah, we start off in Scotland Scotland. I don't know why I was saying like that Alexander Sanni Bean. Which I'm sure I'm pronouncing totally fine. As usual everyone's come to the best pronunciation from pressure points. That's what we're known for so this dude? He was a pretty standard Scots Scotsman. He was born in the sixteenth century. He was a beautiful baby boy born to a ditch diggers and a trimmer. That, was his father's job not. Set for success. Yes definitely, so he grew up with not a lot of education of course, and he tried to take up the family trade, but you know he's just wasn't fit for hard labor. That just wasn't for him and I can relate. Says the Harvard. GRADUATE EXACTLY CHEESES SCRATCH SCRATCH GRADUATE THAT'S GONNA call your garage. Suck My. That's almost as bad as Grendel..

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"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

18:26 min | 2 years ago

"pressure" Discussed on Pressure Points

"That's fair that's fair Yes on my quarantine has been nothing but movies and TV and video games and reading and doing research. Aw the day before we record. Oh no I I no God no i. I did some before but a handful of it was done literally today. But that's that's my business not yours. Yes so we are doing the willow the WISP. St- Today I don't know of many people really know the the lore behind this one but when I eat into like pop culture people will be like. Oh yeah totally know about this shit. Will the wisps willow WISP? I don't know I have no idea not that. I know of no Willow whispers who lost my virginity to back in Two thousand three back in two thousand three I was in a forest and let's just say use lube when you try anal because it hurt a lot. Yeah come on like if you're GONNA CATHETER AT least Loubet up. Just spit on it. Just a little bit please. So on a slightly darker note. I'm going to going to read a couple of stories And you guys with some some spooky so The idea behind will will will apostrophe whisk. But I'M GONNA say we'll of the WISP because I don't have a cool accent. I don't have a cool accent and so I'm not allowed to say. Willow WISP Bay I'll say will of the WISP or whatever so. A traveling home at dusk sees a Bright Light. Traveling along ahead of him looking closer he sees it. The light is a lantern held by a dusky little figure which he follows for several miles all of a sudden he feels himself standing on the edge of a vast chasm with roaring torrent of water rushing below him at that precise moment the lantern carrier leaps across the gap lifts the light high over. Its head lets out a malicious laugh and blows out the light leaving the poor peasant a long way from home standing in pitch darkness at the edge of a precipice so generally these will will of the West Sir called Lantern. Jack's Spunky ignace fatuous fool fool as fire and Hanky punks There is you know it baby That will in my sweet non unemployment hair and my not shirt my no-shirt oh we didn't even say that. And so you boy dis hitting you with a no-shirt nipples out today it's Because we're we're doing a remote recording were in. I'm in the closet studio from a season one episode. Do and it's. It's a little toasty. Well let's just because I haven't showered in three days because I don't even do video conference calls. I just I just dial in. Yeah Fuck Yeah. So like I was saying Lantern Jack Fools fire a bunch of different weird shit but across the board Most cultures have a connection with will of the wisps. Now generally people think like. Oh that's a that's a British bullshit like that. That stuff just goes on over in Like the UK and they have really rich histories and everything. So none of that happened stateside in America but you would actually be surprised there like it. It's really everywhere. Which is what intrigues me. Most about this was that it's not just like it's not just based in the UK though a lot of my stuff is going to be from Europe because they have the best stories there are. There are these cases in Japan China. Russia South America In North America even Australia's. So if you don't know what will the West Sir Lantern? Jack are generally. They're known as lights that are manifesting themselves to mislead followers to like an impending doom or unfortunate situations. You put that Pop Tart Away A. J. So they'll generally lead people away or try to get them lost Or even lead them to their death. I A lot of in some cases I people refer to will of the wisp as a saying that symbolizes hope or a goal that leads one on. But it's impossible to reach much like us having a successful podcast a this which. I will never be famous so don't ask for autographs. Yeah Yeah. We need a an advance payment for those things so like. I said a lot of a lot of this is it has a dark aspect to it. Because you're out. At night you see these little little prancing dancing lights in the distance. You're like what the fuck is at your intrigued usually. That'S A bad sign. If you're seeing things when you're out at night nine times out of ten it's not gonNA help you. It's not Jesus. He's not there for you. I promise however there is a belief that not all wisps or lights or orbs are bad There are some cultures and beliefs. Out there that Sometimes user just trapped souls that are looking to be baptized There's a story that comes out of Wales. I believe that there was a guy that was baptizing his son. In just a little pool out like out in the forest outside their home and wisps started lining up and he started baptizing whisks just compel you so as as anti Christian and Anti God is. I am a lot of this a lot of the lower behind. All of this has to do with souls and trapped souls and demons and we'll talk about it later but along the lines of like fairies Now Like I said they are usually trapped. Souls they're looking to be baptized or in some cases in this was actually referred to in Bram Stoker's Dracula that these wisps will lead to treasure or Leprechaun gold in Ireland is one of the beliefs now. These positive ideas of them like. Oh yeah these these little lights will lead you home. They'll help you when you're out and you're drunk and you need to get a you need to find your way home. I feel like a lot of that is. That's why people will follow them. And that's why the impending doom and the negative aspect comes in is because people are like. Oh yeah they're just harmless delights. My friend found treasure following one of these. And it's like no these things are seriously going to try to fuck you over. It's just that's so I feel like that's a lot of the reason why you get these stories of people that are like Oh my God like a wisp of a little light of follow it. Maybe it'll help me out because there are positive stories and because if everything you hear about a WISP is negative you're not gonNA follow it like it's like saying Oh. I saw a demon and he said Hey. Come into my woods and you're like oh I've heard nothing but bad things about demons all follow him like fuck no whether poku youtube that no nobody would do that. Sneaky paranormal schemes part. Three cheers to that. So it's it's kind of interesting getting to read through some of these odd accounts that are just an. I shouldn't say that their accounts. Some of them are just folklore. Weird stories to keep kids from sneaking out of their house at night Little things to keep people from sneaking off their property. You're going into different. Areas are staying out too late really It's it's just like any law like any en folk tale that normally. It's it's made just to scare little kids to follow. What the hell their parents are telling them to do. which honestly I feel like. That's an effective way to get through to. Kids is to come up with fairy tales. Exactly you can't if you can't teach Spook them yeah. It was interesting my my. Pe Teacher my physical education teacher in middle school at the same thing but in instead of spook them it was crossed out and said molest. I don't know why it was a weird thing. Yeah but it was painted on. It was just weird. Just one of those funny things. Oh Oh Mr Jackson goof. For some reason there were all these cameras in there too. I have no idea why no but after he hit us on the back of the head a few times you would see like you'd see stars I don't know if that counts right Yeah so back back to what we were originally talking about. Let's let's skip past my my traumatic backstory. So like I said not. All of these things are necessarily bad in a way of some of them do have good intentions. But that's why people would follow him so in. Germany they obviously have a story about someone. That's drunk there. It's just it's bound to happen. Yeah Yeah it just applies. It's like. Hey here's a story about a drunk guy and kids are like. Oh you must be talking about dad. But he wouldn't beat his wife not in Germany. They're nice out there. They're not Americans are not shitheads when they drink yeah. It's not a big deal like all they did was try to exterminate an entire religion. Whatever who cares not a big deal? Yeah it's whatever that's it happened. We are all over it. Everybody is over it. Nobody is set it anymore so in Germany. Don't forget never forget. It's remember so this German guy. Obviously drunk he is leaving the tavern. I like to think that it's a tavern at the time. It's not a bar leaves the tavern and he starts heading home and on his way home. It's a very forested area. And he sees a little light and originally he thinks like that must be my house so he gets closer to it closer and he realizes it. It's a WISP so the whis speaks to him because in some cases they will speak. They'll manifest themselves as either like children that are holding Like torches or like in the first story people walking with lanterns or they'll just be a little glowing white and so in this case it was like a light so the little light comes up to him and the guy says look. I'll pay you to silver if you show me the way home and the wishes. Yeah by all means. Follow me so this guy starts following him. He falls him for way longer than he thinks he's like. I don't know like maybe I'm not getting close to home. And then all of a sudden he walks up and his front door is right there and he pulls out one copper need tosses it to the whispers yet. Take this you dumb son of a bitch. I'm home now. And all of a sudden the wisp drops like the door disappears and the man realizes that he's just out in the middle of nowhere that yeah you've been had although you're an asshole and you tried to underpay the the hard working citizens of the forest you rich piece shit so people would get lost this way. And that's I'd assume that this is people's justifications for why someone would go missing back back in like seventeen hundreds like a long time ago before we really had. Gps Yeah Yeah. And like I said at the start there are. I feel like across all cultures and societies These these ideas and concepts of folklore. They're generally all kind of the same They'll have like similar Core Stories Really just the means that it's displayed or the means that it's like put through to everybody is changes like that. That's the biggest thing that really switches things up is just like somebody in China is going to have a different perspective on like what tells you not to go out at night as opposed to someone in the UK Though the stories are similar like Oh a guy goes out at night. He follows this thing he gets lost. He runs into this like this demon or he runs into something that he thinks is good but it turns out to be bad. So don't go out at night more. Specific like yeah. I could see because of what we will get into. I don't want to spoil it or whatever of because of what we will get into because you and I've talked about this before there is it's an interesting connection There are a lot of similarities. When I proposed this. This show idea you were like. Oh my God what about this? Oh Shit Yeah I guess they are the same thing And from what I read through a lot of people were saying that they are kind of in some cases long lines the same. But that's a discussion. That will have a little bit later in this episode. So St do so with The Americas even In Texas they have like a light that will manifest itself. And I believe it's like South West Texas that people will talk about But in Mississippi they actually had one that in the sixties. Like pretty much the forties through the seventies it was really popular and people would drive out there or not. Mississippi M- Missouri which coincidentally it is close to Joplin Missouri Which if you don't know yet if you don't know the the significance Joplin Missouri. Then go back and watch our Gwendolyn creek more episode The little what is it. The poor little rich girl of Joplin Missouri and incest. I'll even talked about that. I got way too drunk for that episode. I it. It's it's funny because people were really superstitious about this. They were like. Oh my God like it's a Ufo but it would only show up every so often and so- droves people would come out and they'd park in this one place it was. It was on an interstate. They would park on it and people would just sit out on their cars or they'd sit in and listen to the.

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"That's true now how to get plants to grow more US MORE FERTILIZER. They would just tack fertilizer into these fields and it would just just scorch the soil. Ch- kill Ya. Any effect that any of the plants God then he would have these huge irrigation products to bring water to the drier parts of the country. Especially because they did have some droughts around then any probably thought you know what? I bet that these plants would love some really acidic saltwater. So let's feed them some ocean water. I can guarantee that that's what he was doing. Close Oh he did not trust the engineers. Oh God so. The irrigation. Projects were completed with no engineering. No No Educated engineers on site at all their clients. So it's like mass says hey. I want seventy thousand gallons of water to be sent to this area. One of his people in the you know on the board the chairman you know one of his advisors says yeah we can do that. We can just put some pipes in and then goes down to the local officials. The local officials says. Here's a bunch of pipes. Here you go peasants who are already farming day and night. Can you set these up because these engineers? I need seventy thousand gallons of water here and you need to assemble this pipeline. And there there they were not formally educated peasants and they actually called them peasants. Another one was the four pests campaign presences. Just a fancy word for slaves it is. It is especially in this term. They're not they're not slaves. They're great. They're the greatest slave that great slave. Great Slaves we'll just call them peasants and it's easier so the four pests campaign is was a campaign where they basically told everybody. Hey you see these these sparrows and these birds kill the shit out of as many as you can. Why 'cause they eat the seeds so you kill the birds you have more seeds to grow into grain make sense I mean yes but when you know how like an ecosystem works not so much? Yeah so he didn't attend. It's like saying Oh yeah we should just kill all of the wolves because they hurt the cute little animals. It's like no year for the fucking egos. Yeah so that's that's exactly what happened. The fields were just covered in rats and ferment. None of the big birds would love it and kill the vermin the comeback. Yeah it's a stupid hat so it's great and then they they also out because you couldn't own your own farm they're basically be these commune's which are always always work. Every commune has always worked. Where you have all the peasants living in one location and then just feels as far as you can see. There's no no village anymore. They bulldozed the village. And you live in a bed and turned it into another field. Yeah originally because this is communism they were. Oh if you work on the Commun- you farm. You can eat as much as you want from the the goods that you produce so at the beginning it was great. All these peasants and people were able to just eat as much as they wanted. And then the food ran out melting. It's shipped out because our fat fucks there Everybody was afraid of now in the Chinese Communist Party. So they all. They kept reporting back after each harvest that everything was a success in reality it was a complete shit show. They always said Oh we had. We exceeded our goals. That you set your unrealistic goals by twenty-five percent by fifty percent by one hundred percent because if they got mas- attention he would actually come and visit them and it was like this huge honor but the the Commun- leaders kept saying that they were producing up to ten times more than they actually were so the food supplies were actually sent to the government because they weren't actually producing foul. God any food. It got to the point where they were producing almost nothing so they had to go into their own personal food stores and they just started starving. Jesus at this point preparation just not done well. Whatever the execution is false though. These commun- markers were forced to work in horrible conditions that are very similar to concentration camp conditions. No way I mean no. They got a limitless foods. China no way now. Everybody had to do our work. They weren't slaves. They were just peasant. Yeah there were far eight peasant great presidents. There's no way they were sad when you overwork people and give them as much food as they want until it runs out. There are always going to be happy. A lot of these. The commune like officials were realizing that everybody was starving. And they tried to do like side projects to maybe bring in more money to trade for food not money but You know trade for food so they would actually do forced marches to other villages towns to do work orders for some of that town's grain but there's not much of there's not much grain anywhere because all of the Farms have these dumb agricultural laws that they have to follow and all these plants that aren't going to grow exactly they grow horribly and yeah they they would actually got to the point where they were just sleeping in the fields. You spend your entire day in the field and then you would sleep in the field and then you wake up. Spend your entire day on the field and that would go on for days before you would go and get food. She's I mean it sounds similar to what like I've seen is currently going on over there. Is that people will like literally worked themselves to death. The like work to the point of exhaustion fall asleep on the road trying to go home. Go back to work in. We'll work selves to the point of exhaustion and then it's just like their bodies just like fuck you. I'm just GONNA die instead. Their batteries are out. Replace something like the pigeons. So Mao was doing tours of this countryside and he was when he when he visited the commune's would go to other fields that they knew he wasn't going to visit and individually. Pick up the plants and like a transplant stocks. She's into the fields he would be visiting to make it look really good like he's going to be at this field this field in this field so all right. Start walking everybody. Just bring one plant back because these things have to survive until he leaves something something I found. I found some reports that I love. The soil was so bad that the farmers would actually bring their blankets and mattresses out and put the seeds in the blankets and mattresses because it was better than the soil and then once it started growing they would bury those just to show you how horrible they made it and you know at this time there. There were droughts and floods depending on the region which could have been mitigated with actually engineered irrigation systems. But fuck engineers and intellectuals yeah you don't need that fuck anyone smarter than me. I'm right you're wrong exactly. That's that's the entire the entire I get from Mao Allison and the terms of this and I found another little a little tidbit at that time. In a lot of the in that region is very similar to what Soviet Russia did to the doors Ukrainians. They made it illegal to starvation on a death certificate. What so they would have to put natural causes skew the numbers. Yeah just to say there's no famine. They denied they denied. There was an entire famine. Just wait until I get into the numbers later. Oh no great I mean. It's not great but so this is when I stumbled across some propaganda where they love. I love robbery love. It is my favorite thing so they it's a picture of a few people standing on a wheatfield not in it on it. The wheat was so dense that it supported their weight. What because Maoz rules were working so well God when in reality they had to transplant all those stocks from different fields and then they put a bench in there. That's kind of what I was thinking is that they were standing on. Yeah like what? The fuck nights really dense wheat. That's pretty pretty good. But it's about that six fields worth and I'd be surprised if that's like yields anything. I'll post this on the instagram later. It's later remind me to post this on the issue and when this comes out a couple of weeks yeah you got it. Yeah but a dead by me if we're still alive but it's it's crazy. They sent that to now to try to get him to visit. Oh my God I think they were hoping that he would like be more lenient too but really my every see stuff like that he said more grain is like you should be producing higher numbers. Send me all of that Shit Bitch. We fucked up another thing. That during the great leap forward was kind of moved into play was anything that was viewed as feudalistic was abolished. No weddings no funerals festivals. No markets no gatherings essentially according yes. So he made all them become Jehovah's Witnesses. Yeah he knocking door meaning of their life. Jehovah witnesses similar similar to Joe Witnesses. A yeah a lot of it was just live in the field. And that's that was there. That was their life. There wasn't you couldn't be sociable with people. You couldn't go play poker with somebody you couldn't there's no money. Go play cargo putting Fokker with like go see a movie. You couldn't go out and do anything year in a week. Field Day and night somebody dies. There's no funeral you just dumped the body somewhere on underneath you like if we dumped the body underneath this really bad dirt. Maybe that will help them grow. It probably would have would have. Starvation was hitting hard and people always as they always do became violent and desperate a a recurring theme on this show. People get hungry and then they start killing them. Start eating somebody or they attacked them. Yeah so this Hold on I got. I wrote this one really weird. I got interpret this three M J just didn't know what the volumes doing. No not at all so this. These areas hit hardest by FEM. Had more deaths per capita in places where food was produced than any other famine ever Normally if you have a famine the farms and the fruit producing areas are hit less. Yeah in this famine. They are hit harder. And I'll explain why in a little basket beside that's interesting. Yeah because you'd think you walk out to the field like the distribution network would dictate that more food would be closer to the source. And then as you distribute it there'd be less and less while they were able to eat what they produced were they not. That did that rule. Go Away. Well. They weren't producing enough to meet the sir. I said they were dipping into their own. Food Stores Okay. That makes sense to millions of farm workers at this point. We're actually forced away from the farms. There like our producing enough of surplus. Let's take away millions of farmers to work in steel and iron production which is stress the system more. I didn't actually put a lot of a lot of information about the steel and iron production. But I'M GONNA I remember part of it and I realized it'll be good to go into. They actually did. They would install shitty furnaces and people's backyard and then they will be required on a weekly to monthly basis when the officials rolled.

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"You guessed it pressure points with your to circumcise toast. I couldn't do it season to try it again one. I just want you to try again now again. We already. He's got.

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"Pinkerton National Detective Agency. How he could have called like the kick ASS COPS OF KICK. Ashville no girls allowed like nothing was copyrighted yet. It's so many options and he goes Matt. Last name is going to be the option but he was Scottish such that so they actually solved a couple of train robberies which led him to who meeting the guy that ran the company that Abe Lincoln worked for now. I told you that this is a historians hard on this guy like okay so much to do with history. It blows my mind what he's always in the background. You're you've kind of always in the background like it's like. Oh I met Abraham Lincoln. He's an interesting guy. But you're just you're just to do like he's like the guy who who's friends with all sorts of people who go on and do bigger and better things than him but he still has the connection so yeah. He's like kind of cool. He's like a celebrity that went to elementary school. At Jeff Bezos here like Oh my God you newman as a kid. And he's like yeah also like I make a million dollars you know. They're like yeah. That doesn't fucking matter told me about. Jeff Bezos now okay. I'm makes his life is like cool but not as cool as everybody else's around him so he solves a couple of train. Robberies meets a blinken because Abe Lincoln was a lawyer for this company. That was like Oh. Hey help us out with these fucking trains and excuse me it was the Illinois Central Railroad that Abe Lincoln worked for so this intern kind of starts turning into like because of his connections with the underground railroad. He's getting recognition with a lot of civil rights leaders and once again he meets John Brown. He has secret meetings. With Frederick Douglass John Jones Henry Wagner like he meets. Yeah he fucking day that and he has secret meetings with them. So it's crazy. He actually had one of the secret meetings with John. Brown and Frederick Douglass before John Brown went to court. Now I'll like for everyone that doesn't know who these dudes are. I have just really quick blurbs on them so John John Brown did a kind of a rebellion against harpers ferry so harpers ferry was like a a military hub during the civil around civil war that they were basically controlling all of the the slaves are like. Oh like slaves north. You're not getting through here and these guys were like you know what they're sixteen of us. We can take like the thirty of them. Fuck it whatever. So the out. John Brown led this whole thing They went over and they tried to kill off these The fucking military didn't work and they ended up taking John Brown into custody. So Pinkerton Allan Pinkerton had one of the meetings with Frederick Douglas and John Brown To kinda like discuss. Hey what's our approach can be now Frederick Douglass. He's got a whole story in and of itself he's a really interesting guy. Definitely really quick. He used to he at the time He had escaped slavery and he was horribly well educated. Like a lot of people didn't know how smart this dude was. Because of like just another slave in the north people back then were fucking Dick. So you like so. Everyone expected him to be really uneducated but like he wrote multiple books. He wrote really beautiful out of autobiographies. You probably read part of one if not the whole thing in like high school. Yeah it's Standard Curriculum Rita. Frederick Great Writer Really Amazing Guy but he led a lot of the civil rights movement in the eighteen sixties. Eight like mid eighteen hundreds and Like I said a lot of people kind of doubted him but he was. One of the ABOLITIONIST leaders And kind of helped push things along. He had a lot of connections to Abe. Lincoln's emancipation proclamation. All that ship so so these two have their well. These three guys have their big meeting. And once I guarantee YOU DRINK DRINK. Break anybody playing along at home. Finish your beer. Finish your via so. These guys have their meeting and was kind of like A. Hey we need to get John Brown some supplies go. You're not done sorry sorry. Couldn't your book I read there you. So that's the that's the fucking ice. I told you huge chunk of ice so they have this meeting and they talk about like supplies for John Brown while he's like getting ready to go to trial and everything because it's like I said it was really racist time for the United States which surprisingly enough hasn't really stopped hasn't changed too much so they talked about getting close and everything now. The other two guys were the quick John Jones he is the first black man in Illinois to serve on a grand jury and he was also the first to be elected to public office so he was more like a political side And then Henry. A Wagner let a lot of the underground railroad walked escapes travel travels. He was. He was part of the underground railroad leaders. So all these guys kind of arrange everything to to help out John Brown and they later talked to Pinkerton wife and she was like. Yeah The suit that they actually bought for John Brown was one. He was wearing when he was lynched after his trial. Yeah I saw that I was like Holy Shit I down like. That's too powerful shit. Yeah now for those of you outside the US lynching year lynching. You're like what the Fuck I who does that. Eighteen hundreds America I mean nineteen hundreds of thousands America. Does that still and I told you this is why we fucking hate the south. I just need to split. We just need to say south. Do Your Shit South. You can have Florida. He can keep. We don't want it or need it. It was just a really really shitty time which surprisingly enough. It's a steeler time. Really ever change weird make America great again. It never was Maga- again. What the fuck are you talking about? So all that shit goes on. He's doing a lot with the ABOLITIONISTS. He's making big pushes for the underground railroad and the US kind of well the government sees this and they're like okay like we're gonNA give you a million dollar loan and four hundred at the time at the time of fifty thousand dollars okay. But it's the equivalent equivalent to like a million sixty seven thousand or whatever so they get this million dollar loan and they start brealey pushing in like their detective agencies phenomenal so the US government takes Pinkerton in. And they're like hey help us out so He actually POPs in and helps with Abraham Lincoln's His campaign okay. So Abe Lincoln was going through his whole campaign and he was doing like like like train across America essentially which is like the most eighteen hundred sings. I tried across the coast. It's GonNa take a railroad from west taste and end up in DC like My God so eighteen hundred America so He was traveling along and they would make these big stops in like they would just make stops in cities along the way on the train and would come out and he would do his whole fucking speech and everybody will go crazy but Pinkerton was getting information that in Baltimore they kind of had a like. Baltimore's railroad was having like property damage done and there were murmurs Pinkerton Pinkerton in his policemen. Dick skin a little skin the little hard so he starts to kind of ask around who over. And he's like guys heard anything. A couple of the railroad railroad. Workers are just like yeah. We've heard some stuff. But nothing like solid Masao. The the night before Abe supposed to arrive A couple of people in ABS like his security essentially like we're GonNa cut the telegraph lines so that they can't intercept them which I didn't even know that the fucking thing but you could apparently intercept like Telegraph Lines. That makes it makes sense. I was just like when I read that I was like. Oh interesting. So Pinkerton want that. He's like no. We shouldn't shouldn't got him like we need to keep an active line. Yeah keep that communication open so I then hears from the captain that there's a legit assassination plot against Abe Lincoln not the assassination plot that everyone's thinking of this in Baltimore so The plan was that this group would have a bunch of assassins that have knives on them. Just little sneaky little knives and when Abe comes up and he's like shaking hands and greeting everybody these guys get to the front and they're like Oh Abe and they like get really close and they stab him and then like fade back into the crowd and then obviously kills Abe so he hears about this and he's like all hail no so they keep Abe on the train he does his little SPIEL N. Pinkerton comes up with the most police officer fucking code I've ever heard. So what's Abe Lincoln gets her Baltimore and he's all set. Pinkerton gets on the lines and through telegram. Mind you someone's someone's sitting on the other line writing letters down and they write down. The plums delivered nuts safely. Go Bullshit he helps out with this. Assassination attempt saves the president. And the dude was just like a fucking Douche bag. Cop like okay. Well not yet guy. He's a good guy. He saved a lot of people like he's done a great job. I shouldn't say douchebag because he had a lot to do with like saving people from slavery. Okay so far. He's done well so he goes undercover during the civil war and he poses as a confederate soldier and works his way up through the ranks a little bit and he gets to major any calls himself major. Ej Alan Encouraged E. J. Allen which I don't know if any of you picked up on this but you don't use your first name as your last name. Would you're going undercover Allan. Pinkerton probably shouldn't have gone by E J Allen Allen. He's a yeah. Yes officer you fucking great. That's great. He's good with the police ideas. That's golden plumes have gotten the plums delivered the nets So major EJ Allen Not Pinkerton. He focuses on like counterintelligence and fortifications in the confederate plans. So he's really just. They're just on a reconnaissance mission just getting as much as he can and telegraphic believe EP BBB so. I mean they're getting this information. You know a week later after it takes him a week to each letter out so he kind of keeps going on his bullshit. Gets TO MEMPHIS where somebody's like. Wait a minute major. Ej Allan Allan Pinkerton. You're a fucking spy and so flees within like just an inch of his life of Boyd's getting killed on the confederate side Damn. Yeah it's like I said this guy. He has a pretty epic life but he's just not really all that he's all like his next to the large events. Yeah you're like okay. Like he's just the guy that's in every photo but in the very back and you're like he goes. Oh that's me you're like. Are you sure because he that was meet? This happened so after the war. I don't know if you guys are aware of this. But the north one what. Yeah there aren't leaves anymore. Well no capitalism yeah makes us all slaves world slaves. It's fucking fantastic. Till after the war. He goes back to his detective agency. Now they've already got this huge fucking loan from the government so they made a big time. Yeah so They start following the Reno Gang which three no gang. They did the first three train robberies in. Us history. Dan. That's that's a compliment. Yeah so he's going after these guys he didn't catch them but he's going after going after him. Okay and stand up to the the Reno gang ends up getting caught by a bunch like essentially an angry mob. It's like you're gonNA stop. Robbing these fucking trains catch office and they they bucking Lynch all of the dudes all the Reno Gang guys and the UK and Canada is like what the fuck like. We never got our money back. Most of the money was never recovered and they never recovered. The Lynch mob Lynch mob didn't talk anything they're like. The government didn't recover the money. This is how you get rich Midwest dip shits. It's all in the family so yet like these this vigilante mob fucking Lynch's these guys And actually one of the one of the guys in the Reno Gang Clint He. He's one of the brothers of He's by Elvis in love me. Tender Elvis Elvis and the Mexican Elvis Elvis the real Elvis back in the nineteen ninety S. Yeah they did a movie love me tender and he portrays Clint Reno fats right now more you know it might now be Clinton Reno. I just guessed on that portrays. Clint who is in gain something? Yeah so yeah you.

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"We're not cigarettes for being beat the shit out of the and it was making his group look. Unpopular is making his group his image. Look not as good on the world stage if it was just his group. It wasn't really all that great like with the amount propaganda is peddling at the time Germany. Yeah I'm no even even in the. Us really yeah. It was crazy. That's why all these groups formed because the propaganda machine was so works so well I mean that's why only the Japanese people got sent to internment camps and not the German people. Well I mean at the same time getting really till the difference between exactly. There's also the Irishman our wealth. Those Irishman is a bad example. For me say but yeah that makes it a lot of these groups. Kind of dissolved couple about a year passed. They are still you know cracking down on Nazis and nineteen. Thirty six comes around and a dude named coon coon. He became the ruler of a larger Nazi group called the German American Bund german-american Boon boom which I think is German for bond. But I don't fucking know in coon the leader of the German American Boone. You he was like straight up German from Nazi Germany. Who came over here on a boat and he created his entire idea was he wanted to create a German government to rise from within the. Us government like get enough people in this group that they would vote for the German candidates who are also in the group he wanted to take control from within so this Russia are doing in America right now or like the Chinese are doing in Australia. It's it's a thing it's a thing I am never. I haven't heard of that now. Mike I'll get into that so it took it like swept the nation. Everybody wanted to be part of this. Every state just about had one of these German American ballooned offices and that Arnold caught wind of it and immediately began to take action at this point. By the time he catches wind is over ten thousand people in the group. Oh my God. This is a huge fucking group. Coon rallied and he actually called out. Arno specifically and said that they would not be controlled by the Jewish militia which actually gave A. I don't like that you're pounding your face and calling him. You have this post. This feels like propaganda. I just realized I do. Have that cursor up there. The best is at some point. I'm going to get a picture of you in front of it and then I'm going to take that soundbite and play. Well you blur my face. At least no it's not gonNA be borrowed and all black nipples just to really emphasize long lines. I love it So I got. I got to think about things before I nobody. Nobody listening is going to have context for like what the fuck poster does he have. And I'm not GonNa Telo. Its Yeah No. You're not that out over the next couple of episodes you'll see when we face propaganda are when we release our faces in front of this poster and still going to have the black bar over all right back to that. Arno net owner could not risk interest at this point because of his earlier things so they had to really key fly under the radar. Something that blew my mind learning about is that across the US. I have not seen Joe Joe Rabbit yet we will. I was GONNA watch it tonight. But no way from its. I got to work in the morning but it watch with me. Coon started a whole bunch of summer camps across the United States that were that aggressively targeted. Kids his idea was you target was exactly what Adolf Hitler did. He target the younger generation. They grow up thinking that they'll raise their children and it continues from there. You can't teach dog new tricks no matter how many old people you get in his group. They're still going to be people who don't support it. But if you recruit them as kids to hear good so there were over twenty camps across the United States alone and they just want it. They were just aggressively indoctrinating. These kids and a lot of people didn't support these camps. But whenever net Arnold would send people into these camps on the public days or like whenever the camps through like open house type things they would scrub all the Nazi propaganda and basically leave a picture of hate. Hitler next one American flag. Oh my that was on all like the the symbolism that was in these camps because they knew people would be coming in scope and different groups different regulatory groups and government groups kept wanting to inspect them to make sure there wasn't this a ton of Nazi propaganda in their like parent groups and things like that and now it's just like a photo of Hitler's enough propaganda but they basically coon got sick of it and said. Hey if anybody else wants to come in this Spec these camps you're not gonNA get out of the camp of life. We're putting armed guards out. And he cited that it was just too expensive and it kept disrupting the camp like routine to have these inspections coming in all the time. It's mostly because he didn't WanNa keep closing down all the propaganda like cleaning it up so net. Arnaud hearing that basically they're threatening to murder people kind of got got his shoe in that kind of allowed him to be a bit. Less restraint in his attack was going to say now that there's that retail orbit more because they're blatantly making threats. They had this huge rally going like Indiana Jones level book burning rally. If you Indiana Jones suffering the last crusade there we go like that that level of rally might because they have so many members as you like stateside. Us In the US good Lord Man near Newark New Jersey so they infiltrated this rally. The mid would went in and that aren't distracted some of the guards because everybody recognized him. Yeah in this group so he kind of distracted the guards while more people more of his people went into this. It was the way they I. It was kind of like an opera hall like when Multiple Tiered Seating and a k a huge huge event a fancy event producing hundred event at Madison Square Garden. So while he's like trying to get in distracting all these people he has another group so a third group now going around to the cars and they pay the. What's the Guy Car? Pay The valet to basically look the other way while they go in and they find Kuhn's second in command who's name I believe was Koontz. No it's not going to school. Wants and coon coon an rickles. So koonce was the second in command type thing. So they go in they sabotage McCarthy idea is they sabotage the car. The second drives down a couple of blocks away. The car breaks down. They ambush him. Beat the Shit Avenue. Make a statement. Seems like a great great plan to work out all right now. Arnaud goes inside down and listens to the the speech or whatever's going on. Yeah it was a speech and when the when when it ends aren't comes out and he's ambushed by reporters saying why didn't you do anything like you always go to these things to me goes on and and he he says no we? This was basically his alibi. There's another we didn't do anything because nothing of their speech was antisemitic. The only thing they took they spoke about in this speech was how other Nazi groups de-legitimize them and how the attacks by these Nazi militia groups because the minimum wasn't the only one yeah turns out and have these are creating roadblocks and are super unprofessional. And all this bs so he basically said now. We didn't attack because they weren't outwardly antisemitic. Kind of in like you said giving himself an alibi saying hey look. I didn't send my minute man and look I'm right here. Yeah I'm literally here. You can demand this view. Dozens of people recording Jesus. He's smart dude. So wouldn't the no offence to anyone? That's a boxer. But you really huge expect that to come out of like thinking about Floyd Mayweather. You can't even fucking read a book. These guys are back in the forties. He probably got hit bare. Knuckle Chris Benoit's yet. Oh God I swear to God. You said yet. So I'm I'm waiting for it at the off. I'd even better murder as Moscow. The he reunites with his mom and then he beats shipped over because he thinks he's still mostly living with his mother at this point. And His parents jared okay. Good good good so somebody the valley they think squealed so when. Kunz went down to his car he said. Hey this is Gonna. This is going to break down. I don't want to do with it but take us this information. Do what you will with this. So so Cool who wants a was able to escape by sending a female Nazi fanatic to jump onto the hood of the minute men follow car and go fucking Shit Insane screaming. You're leaving here. You're not leaving your hands. Like nails into the windshield. Like crazy. Aqap had come over and pull her off with two ex boxer. Mafia enforcers took three calls to pull this crazy late up. And at that point they lost the car the they assume that they went to some to a body shopper. L. Mechanic that was had Nazi sympathizers. Got The car fixed and never came back to Newark. Tam To Nazi should've just use women as they're like block in guys Italy's nuts. Oh yeah she was. She was crazy. I think they eventually Eventually arrested her but that one that plan was botched but they had tons of other plans of a similar scale that ended up working. They would arrayed theaters in the DARK SIMILAR TO INGLORIOUS BASTARDS. But not with guns all. Yeah beat the shit out of people and the bomb it they would ambush cars like they have a car parked in the alley. Way Tibo and either get them arrested or beat the shit out of depend on how or both how accidental they can make it look they can make it look like the Nazi hit them. They would try to get the Nazi arrested. I'll my Goss like tons of these different different like operations and every single one pissed off. Coon like he he would get the reports back and he'd be like nine nine nine nine nine nine nine fucking. Mike maxed out. Sorry about that audio listener. We apologize for the technical difficulties you've experienced within your own eardrum. So at this point Hitler took Vienna and the membership for both groups grew both men and the German American wound boom it exploded and the battle for Newark as it was referred to heat it up a lot. How let's see. So gotta just look through my notes make sure at the right place. So Net Arnot arrived to a speech with forty minute men and one thousand protesters wolf and they broke up the group immediately and burned all of.

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