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Ice Age - Best of Coast to Coast AM - 9/23/20

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

12:22 min | 10 months ago

Ice Age - Best of Coast to Coast AM - 9/23/20

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I have you know I used to live in the Seattle area all these years and I just kept thinking if I'm telling people that ice ages coming then what in the devil my doing staying here? So last year I moved south, I've moved to Texas. And I moved to a part of Texas. You know during the last ice age certainly not all of the world was covered with ice true. And so I'm in an area that I think is going to work out just fine I plus it's A. Right. Now, with all of the political stuff going on, I'm kind of glad I'm out of the Seattle area for that reason to you and I've been talking about this for at least seventeen eighteen years. Now have you changed your thoughts at all? Are we in this Ice Age? No you know I we talked way back when you were in. Saint Louis. That's right. Nighthawk show. As a matter of fact, there are several astrophysicists now I'm not saying they're following me. Without be crazy but there are several astrophysicists who say that we are in a little ice age at the very beginning of a little ice age right now you believe that too though don't you. Why Do Yeah I. I think it's already started it's just that it takes a while for it to to gear up. So people understand what's happening well, correct to confusion to for Robert B because in ice ages you do get very warm summers correct. You can get warm summers. The main thing that I see with with the entry at least to an ice age. especially. A little ice, age. Is. You have the rainy season last a little bit longer in the spring, and then you have the rainy season start a little bit earlier in the fall and it doesn't take very many weeks earlier on each end of that to to mess with your food supplies and that's That's the biggest concern I have with entering a little ice age. Why do you believe we are headed this way? Well because. Some of the things I'm seeing all right now just let me. Just in the last couple of weeks we had surprised winter storm dropped seventeen inches of snow in Wyoming that was on September. Eleventh Kansas City smashes cold records set more than a hundred years ago. That was on September eleventh and then they did that they Spanish, the cold record two days in a row denver had the earliest freeze on record going back more than one hundred fifty years that was on September tenth. NEW RECORD LOWS IN MINNESOTA ON Tenth, cold as high in Texas. Now, it was called where I was in midland. Texas. The coldest high was fourteen degrees lower than ever had been before on record that was September ninth. The list goes on winter snow blankets parts of Alberta September ninth. record cold record snowfall in South Dakota's nights. So it's happening right now it's just the people. Because it's happening in various areas and not not in the entire world. Why? We kinda laugh it off and say, Oh, well, you know that's just that's just there but I see that happening more and more both in the fall and in spring. So. But the the other part I said there's there's many astrophysicists Joining your team aren't they they are. You know they don't mean to be joining my team at least five of saying it. I and and now this is really feeling pretty. I'll. I shouldn't say it's feeling good. But it it it at least verifies what I've been saying did the last Ice Age and about eleven thousand, seven, hundred years ago it did it did and there is. that's part of the reason that I concerned because. There is a cycle. There's also a cycle to magnetic reversals. Now, he's the ice age based on the sun or magnetic reversals. Well, I think it's both I. Think it's both. The any missing mini ice age which I think we're heading into right now would be based on the sun because Because of the. The Low sunspot count there's a huge if you asked me about that later, but it has to do with the sunspots. but there's also. my concern about a magnetic reversal because our magnetic field strength. Is. Declining rapidly and and I think that. I think we're headed for another magnetic reversal to. But magnetic reversals, there is a cycle to magnetic river souls or at least magnetic exclusions that return almost like clockwork. About every eleven thousand, five hundred years. And those magnetic reversals correlate. With. Theory to glaciation. Now, when you talk about a mini ice age though Robert, what does that mean? Exactly what's what's a mini ice age as opposed to? We had a mini ice age you. Essentially in the sixteen hundreds, it was a time I'm a lot of people have never even heard of sunspots but it was a time where there were no sunspots on the sun for about eighty years and the temperatures declined and and ice started started crawling out of the Alps. People know that because there were farmers that that applied for reduced taxes because they're pastures were covered with ice. But but during the little ice age, which was about the sixteen hundreds and around that time. They're cool that much more, but it cooled enough that that That Crops were lost in the fields because because farmers couldn't really get their horses out into the field and they couldn't plant because it was too muddy and then come the fall. They couldn't harvest because it was it was too wet and literally millions and I I do leave millions of people died of starvation. I. Fear that we could be looking at another such thing. That's that's a mini. Ice Age. Hold. World didn't get covered by ice at all, but the weather was really miserable In fact, I I have a thing right at the top of my website or close to it burning climate-sceptics at the stake. Is during that period. You know they were blaming humans for the bad weather, just same as they do now. You know I don't think it has to do with humans I. Think it all has to do with cycles, but anyway, the there were so many crop losses in Europe and and and really around the world, but in Europe. They figure that around fifty thousand people were burned stake they were called witches. Their fault because of the weather and I hate to see us doing that again, leaving humans at the weather they found a woolly mammoth in Siberia that had been frozen to death instantly it's still had food in its mouth. How fast the do the temperatures plummet during an ice age. Well. A lot of people? A lot of scientists have said that ice ages. Begin slowly over. A gradual plummeting thousands of years. But there was a there was a project called Grip Greenland ice core project way back in the. Early nineties. But what they did is they drilled cores into the ice in central Greenland that they went down deep enough. I think almost two miles deep where they able to look at ice that had accumulated during the last two, hundred and fifty thousand years. And they discovered that every single ice age I, mean every single one of them. Began in less than twenty years and they did that from from climates as warm has today and then boom twenty years later they're in a nice age so. Yeah, it can. It can happen fast when it happens listen to more coast to coast. AM every weeknight at one am eastern and go to coast to coast am dot com for more Xijiang what's going on I know it's awhile since you may have been out of the house living life like you used to. But you know what? There is the open road that still is out there and you should probably reintroduce yourself to it in a Mazda I was lucky enough to drive around in nine. The last couple months and I have to say the UV lineup by Mazda is pretty wonderful. These vehicles are masterfully crafted. 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Jeff Robbins

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50:50 min | 1 year ago

Jeff Robbins

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When I went to law school I was a litigation attorney at a national construction law firm and was a partner there and went through my own issues with alcohol and went through treatment and when I went through treatment I kind of fell in love with it and felt that I was making a much bigger difference in that arena than I was litigating. How long a public works project to get completed? Not that they're that was rewarding in its own way but it just wasn't at the same level so I made a dramatic career change. How long ago was six years ago while and I alluded my 401k and started a better life recovery with my partners what is it. We're in South Orange County in San Juan Capistrano. Right off the five freeway. We have two separate divisions. When is a chemical dependency? The other is people whose primary diagnosis mental illness and originally. We thought that we'd be doing a lot more chemical dependency than mental health. That is turned on its head I would say. Eighty percent of our clients are there for mental health diagnoses. You characterize this as a residential treatment center. We are license for all levels of care from residential through outpatient care and everything in between We have various licenses with different state. Bureaucracies that governmental health versus chemical dependency. That there's a lot of what I spend my time on his interfacing with Sacramento with the insurers with pleated get into the weeds on this because this is a catastrophe my opinion and I don't know how you do it but let's get into it so let's start with the insurer. They're always playing games when it comes to mental health and addiction I have been through three rounds of mental health parody as a law that not one of those time to make God damn bit of difference to the patients even though there was all kinds of laws and all kinds of statements of parody parody parody. It's still became how the Insurance Company chose to apply that parity and it was really interesting. I I on the addiction side. It was always worse than the mental health side. And you know if I had a patient needed four months of treatment I would luckily if I luck I'd get three days you know. It'd be squeezed in three days and the only way I could get to five days is if I throw in some benign medical description but it scared the hell out of them just any medical issue. Okay what's your more days. Three more days as opposed to the actual life threatening problem. Which was the mental illness. Get OUT GET OUT. Get them out. We don't care. It's a constant battle for us. I tell our billing department our Utilization Review departments all the time that the insurance their job is to is not pay. Their job is to not peanuts to rest. How strict accident. That's IT and the game goes pretty far too because I used to. You know the time for a doctor Dr View which means discharge. Then they tell. The patient patient calls complains. I'm sick I'm going to going to kill myself. Whatever and they go you can stay just. The doctor doesn't give us the information necessary for you to say they don't tell the patient that their criteria is what you're not meeting their arbitrator their their criteria to issues that come to mind one would be your references to the Parody Act The federal and state counterpart on the one hand. I think it's been deficient number of ways. We can talk about on the other hand. It's Lighten Day compared night and day compared to what it was ten years ago when this was not covered and was specifically excluded from policy right. And we're GONNA maybe lift the IMD exclusion California too right so you can get access to government funding federal government funds to. There's a lot of hurdles between here and there and that would lead me to my next point with the insurers. I mean they're going to constantly erect hurdles. Yes because a certain number of people will just quit at each hurdle and they know that and ultimately my experience has been even when insures engage in egregious conduct? They are not ultimately held accountable because the fines that they are imposed against them or not financially significant to. Here's the game on the clinician side. Which is then they say. Discharge the patient and the patient kills himself and they go. We don't practice medicine. There's Dr Penske's Singer. Right there in the discharge. So that's one game. The other game is when I call and complain a write a letter and complain they go. Oh Dr Pinski receive complaint three times. You don't like our standards. How we practice business okay. We're going to decertify you. You're no longer part of our insurance. You can't we can't accept our insurance anymore. In fact we're certified the whole hospital. I've been through that. I have no doubt it's unbelievable. There have been countless incidents with various insurers halting payment streams to providers and then ultimately you find out a year later that the reason they were doing that had nothing to do with the validity of the claims but rather they were going through a merger needed to keep their stock price. It's a billion different reasons. But as far as the criteria go there have been significant develops in the federal courts on that there was a case last summer called. Whit vs United Healthcare out of the night circuit where the issue in dispute were the criteria that the insurers were applying and they were ultimately adjudged to be arbitrary. Nan self-serving and the courts ordered the insurers to us as Sam as the criteria going forward. Even you can do Shenanigans. Can't and they try and immediately within two or three months. After that decision we got a call from the insurer involved who said they needed to talk to us because they were going to change their standards to a Sam and we said yeah we know about the case and they said Oh. That's not why do with which we all know that's not true. And he's the American side of addiction medicine. And if you if I was going to give you something to feel optimistic about I would tell you when I first started going to Sacramento on these issues. It was defensive because there were so many bad actors in the treatment industry who were providing insurers with legitimate things to complain about that the reputation spilled over onto legitimate and it was mostly in the residential and sober living environment. I was shocked. That's where it was going on. Yeah I was shocked when I first came out of a heavily regulated legal environment into this because it was just wide open. There have been dramatic changes in that over the last five years for the for the better and my posture in Sacramento has gone from defensive to an advocate. Glad there's a lot of interest now in dealing with this issue the then two things that make politicians phones in California ring the most right now are homeless and PG and they know that they have to deal with it. And because there's really gone party in power in Sacramento. There's no point. Yeah they've they've got to do something. So I've gotten some nice receptions and handshakes I haven't seen a lot of concrete action. Aside from the they they are making medically assisted treatment. That they're kinda tinkering around the edges right like we have a clinic. Our facility which ought transcript cranial magnetic stimulation to magnet to induce chemical changes in parts of the brain works. Very very well right. It used to be that if you wanted an insurer to cover that procedure you had to demonstrate to the insure that. They've tried and failed them. Yeah everything that is not going to be the case any longer. There is recognition in Sacramento that behavioral health is a critical component of the homelessness crisis. Really absolutely I really don't behave like it. It's again it I can't figure out but the hold up is because I've heard on the one hand that the governor's office wants to do a comprehensive rewrite of everything which is probably what it should be done because some of this stuff goes back seventy area and this is all everything that's making your job. Impossible is because of the excesses of psychiatry in the fifties and sixties and laws that came on in the sixties and seventies seventy years old. Give me a break. We come along a little bit and our understanding of the brain. What to do about it that there's a strange phenomenon up there with camp my finger on but it seems to be that there's a sense that it's compassionate to allow people to deteriorate on the street yet so interfering here please ask. That's a categorically their their deal and so the question is what's the body count need to do something else. What's the what is from you senator? Whatever what is your body. Count NEED TO BE. And you know this if you could get behind espy six forty. We'd be very appreciative. Absolutely will change the definition of it really opening up lands from petris short which is a fricking disaster and redefining or giving us a definition for gravy disabled. There's a compliment to that bill. As well that expands the criteria that can be considered when doing a fifty one fifty. That's all the ethic. It's allowing us to help people that need help. That really really sick. I think there's going to be an issue that this just when I picked up clinician. There's a substantial number of the hard but I call hardcore homeless on the streets. They're not coming off the streets voluntarily. No and I don't know how they're going to deal with that. Because the images that are gonNA come out of that process of. I mean what are they gonNA do us? It's going to be ugly and I don't know if there's the political will to view that has I think it will be perceived as being cruel. It's I hear you. There needs to be a way to create motivation right. You don't have to round people you have to go. We like to take you to treatment. There's a bad here for you. Let's go get good food places. Say let's get going. I don't WanNa go okay. You can now move along and keep moving or prison. We don't want you in there. You don't belong there. They'll go to treatment leaving with that. That leads me into one of the other things I brought to talk about. Was this Boise case where explain to people with what happened there. Essentially they criminalize homelessness in Boise and it was found to be a violation of the eighth amendment cruel and unusual punishment because there was nowhere for these people to go. It wasn't like they were being offered shelter declining right. So as a result to that case there have been a bunch of litigation in the federal district in Santa Ana involving judge. David Carter who's great and gets the issue working with an assemblywoman out of Fullerton Silva Quirk. Who also seems to to get it? They are how can I say this they? They seem to understand that. There's going to have to be a aggregation of municipalities and dealing with the homelessness effort and it's combination with behavioral health. I can tell you what I think is going to happen in California. What is your cities are going to have to are going to be required to do a very detailed study to assess their homeless population triage. The adolescent clipboard mental health professionals doing mental status examinations the legislation. It's like fifteen pages long with all the stuff they have to do. So ultimately the end of that process. They're going to arrive at a number of this. Is How many homeless people they have. Well if they want to prevent people in that municipality from camping in the streets they're going to have to demonstrate be able to demonstrate to the court so that they have sixty percent capacity of the census number they arrived at now there are many municipalities in state. They're never going to build. A homeless shelter is just so what I think. You're gonNa see our North Orange County as an example. Well now now you have people like I'm blanking on the Mayor Sacramento's name seem clear as day. He's ahead of the governor's Commission he put together on homelessness. Who is saying Elstein girl? Sandra thank you. Who's going to say that it's now going to be a legal requirement a mandate to house these people. Well if you want according to this case if you WANNA kick people off the street for camping you can't you have to have that sixty percent. And then if they refuse you can take them to jump. How I think what you're gonNA ultimately see happening our cities where the political decision to house. These people is more feasible are going to be the places where they construct this. This housing and you'll see the more affluent communities essentially outsource their capacity obligations to these other municipalities. That's how I think it's GONNA end up playing out. I could be wrong. But that's what I see coming. They part of the problem with the way. I'm imagining this. All setup is it they need psychiatric services they are going to have to deliver a MA. Come and I'm ready to help them with this. But they're going to have to deliver the pave your health services to the housing facilities right so we have to turn these things into little trick hospitals and and I and I am very enthusiastic that we experiment with what that is. I know they're building the Trieste a plan in Hollywood right now. Have you seen this thing? Which is which is essentially like a haven house plan all the same which is community vocational. Rehab purposeful living in Psychiatric Lena Park and and they all work. They work but they're hard to scale the hardest skill really hard to scale that one of the problems they have. I think I've heard you discuss this earlier. Is even if every single citizen of the State of California collectively decided today that they wanted to deal with this problem comprehensively. They have nowhere near the capacity. Deal right so so what are you in favour of doing? We've got to do something to blow up capacity both on the public and the private side quickly. Would you trait a temporary thing sprung towns and that kind of thing and just get it going? Maybe I think they could. Do you have two things? They they want a healthy private sector to be able to deal with people who have these issues who have the assets to take care of them without becoming award of the state. There are many families that are begging for the laws to help them do that. Breath that six forty. The problem is it takes. It takes me anywhere from six months to a year and a half to get a fifteen bed license from the Department of Social Services and they made a trade off. When when I was a kid there was a place in Napa Napa State Hospital it was a state institutional mental facility and they closed all of those and there were reasons. They closed up. We saw one flew over the CUCKOO's nest sort of stereotype in everyone. They were like that have wanted to work. But the trade off they made legislatively was that they wanted to develop a smaller system. That would sort of disperse the clients into a more integrated type model and allow the treatment to be delivered that way it was a little more egregious ended up with people trying that kind of thing. The original thing was Robert Felix. Who was a social engineer and believe that Thomas size and all that nonsense that institutions caused a psychiatric illness? He was a psychiatrist but it never taken care of a chronic psychiatric patient and his thing was closed. The state hospitals made no provision for what to do with the patients? Coming out of the State Hospital Kennedy at this man's instruction signed the Community Mental Health Act which was designed to create small community outpatient centers to prevent mental illness. Not to treat anybody not to deal with. The people are spilling out of the State Hospital into the street the nursing homes and the prisons. No one's ever pulled back from that. So the people that I treat are are on the mental health side. Yeah they're housed in. What state characterizes as a social rehabilitation facility so? I'm not really dealing with them at their most acute level and I'm not housing them forever. Long-term I'm dealing with the people who maybe haven't gone past the point in return and can be treated and in the this social rehabilitation facility in the eyes of the state covers things way beyond mental health. Old People Adolescence Autism. A number of different things in the entire state of California of two thousand eight beds refer Social Rehabilitation Russillo. Probably let me guess. Two hundred thousand eight. The number I saw in I don't know was fifty beds per one hundred thousand people minor standing is that if you remove the beds in California that are that have been given to the prison system. There's five per hundred thousand. So we're what's that ten percent. Yeah but way off. We're tens of thousands of Putin off and so do you have a plan to scale up. Well yes the prop. The limiting factor is the licensing process. So I will be in Sacramento again next week with stakeholders and you can build the facilities faster than you could get the licensing. Oh the hundred percent really just an orange county or that anywhere. That would keep hearing too expensive too. Much delays too many restrictions on building. That's what I keep hearing. That's all true. But those are bureaucratic hurdles. That in my mind can be addressed. If I were in charge I issue an executive order tomorrow. Directing the Department of Social Services to expedite expedite everything now to be fair to govern a federal government To be fair to the Department of social services the reason people are applying for these licenses is because the insurance industry has decided that if you are going to provide residential psychiatric treatment in California you have to have one of these licensing seven or eight years ago. I think there were two in the whole state. Now everyone's rushing to get them right and I don't think they've upped their bureaucratic staff to deal with. And what's the procedure for game through? You have to show your policy only eight ridiculously compromise like Jayco kind of evaluation. Yeah in that kind of thing. That level of scrutiny. More than the D. H. Does for chemical dependency all kinds of things. I mean we had our we have a catering service right so we don't Cook at the house where the people it's brought in that through them for a loop so it costs us after go value. It cost me two months of delays on the license because they had to figure out how to check the box to wave of food requirement. One of the problems we had with Jaco which is a similar kind review for hospitals is then you where you refer. People next has to be evaluated also. Do you have to go through that? That isn't as hard as it sounds. Just because there's people we've worked with for a long time but there could be arcades. There were hundreds of places. Do you really hard. I can only imagine what it's like for Haas Yeah. We have good relationships with the hospitals. That's probably where most of our clients come ashore. The problem the hospitals have is that they they don't have anywhere to send these people right so they end up sitting in the Er for awhile exactly and there's a huge pressure on them to get those people out to speak to the southern California Hospital Association on Friday. And I want to hear what their issues are expected. This I would tell you this is. I could be off a little bit at least half of the people that we get sent by hospitals who are stabilized. We have to re stabilize. We have to send him to a psychiatric facility and Redo it hit me. I don't want to send them back to the hospitals. I'm trying to solve problems. They come out of an ER. They think they're stable of residential care. But you need a psychiatric service and when we do the clinical assessment. It's termined that they're they're not ready and we're kind of professionals do have jobs medical partner. Richard Niece's a medical doctor board certified psychiatrist a social workers. Mft's certified counselors. We have the usual more than a one to one ratio wraparound services and quotes in the air. Yeah we have a fully credentialed schoolteacher. We continue ged simulation we have well. We work closely with various departments of the county to identify people who are more appropriate for that. Because I mean you know. It's a huge spectrum. We get people who are rocket scientists and then we get other people who haven't really gotten past the sixth grade and everything in between right so you can't have a cookie cutter model. You've gotta individually assess everything but having those extra bells and whistles like a schoolteacher a vocational program good relationships with the local universities. Those those are really critical for us. Where do people go generally next from your place? Well we can keep them up to year. Are My my theory is I would rather take a loss and extend their care because going forward the thing that's going to become the most important thing from an insurance perspective is going to be outcome. Data keeping around gives me access. I totally believe in my non-clinical head that length of treatment correlates with success hundred percent so all brain stuff. Yeah so ideally. We're working with charitable organizations and other things so that we can not just silver them up but give them the time to lay the foundation to do the types of things you need to do become independent from having a job to having a security deposit for an apartment. I think it is extremely difficult. Time to be a young man in this country. I think there is a gap between the expectations that these young men place upon themselves which characterizes like the Ward Cleaver Syndrome. They all think they should be able to do that. And they view themselves in some circumstances as failures when they can't and I don't think those expectations are realistic for a lot of these people and that gap between their expectations and their reality. The wider it is the more likely it is. They're going to have problems so we try to keep them around plug him into a plug them into their friends social activities that have nothing to do with their prior habits and build it up around him. We have lots of people that come to not not slots sometimes people come to us from farther away. Lots of them end up staying because going back to their old lives and their old friends and our old haunts is the worst thing they could end up in the same place again right to. It's been great. I wanted zero and again. Where do they go next so they get their arm and go to jobs? Well we want to have jobs beforehand. Yeah so ideally thing from US. They go into their own apartment. We roommates or they're independent. Were they have jobs? They're just regular people and do follow up. Afterwards but we have a whole alumni organization that tries to maintain contact. It's hard to maintain contact. Sometimes you know two years out of treatment. You're getting an email from me about. Yeah it's hard to get a response sometimes. But that's why keeping them around is good and how again. I'M GONNA go back to the scale of this. How do we scale this APP? Teams like the need for this is massive other than expediting the licensing. It'll why are they talking about condominiums? Weren't they talking about these kinds of facilities? I I can't explain it because there's nothing that's really. Come out of the governor's office yet. He's had the mental talk to Him. About what you do and I have had a real. I have had a great reception from both parties in the Senate and the assembly. And I've just kinda gotten the heisman. So far from the governor's office and I don't know if it's because they're trying to put something together on their own that they wanNA spring out later. I mean he's being movie. He sat down ten trailers or something last week. That's going to do anything he needs to do. Something it's gotta be it's gotTa be big and let's face it. It's kind of his legacy issue right now. Because what other issue is there in California? That's more pressing for him. And he has future aspirations for my expectation. Is He's going to have to do something. So you know the the exclusion going to help you at all. It doesn't really affect us very much one way or the other. It's because you're not doing medical level stuff at this point. Those resources aren't meaningful. Those are not they do not matter to me. What my goal should there be an organization that does get funded by absolutely was. Gary wants to bring in here now. I was just wondering if you guys saw the state of the state today. Now I did not know. He seems to be acknowledging some of the problems and he said that there should be. He seemed to be indicating that there should be more ability to not commit people to intervene against their will. Oh yeah he's finally he's finally starting sort of starting to say things that are lines of what you shout about and get angry about every podcast plants. All right. Let's okay but it looked. I came away more hopeful okay. Good that's delighted here. I second that in the sense that I used to get ignored by everybody up. There are very they know they have to. When people she met Robert Margaret yet for would you like to Chur? I mean because somebody should talk to the the more people that can help better. I believe the state of California is going to have to come up with a creative flexible way to provide behavioral health services to any facility. There's going to be a ton of them. Yes and are they gonNA do that with the state? Are they going to try to actually hire and provide the care directly? No I mean they need laws they know they need to create the laws so the counties and cities and private sector can do the services. I'm hearing a lot of discouraging things on that subject up there that the trade off for this is speculation the trade off for that large-scale state run funded program would be the unionization of their workforce into internalize them estate work. And then they'd want to do that. Well then you have state hospitals again. Those are going to be awful well. There's a mega do that. But the problem is there's a huge percentage of this population that has no assets whatsoever so the state is going to be dealing with them one way or the other. How you do that most efficiently. I agree you outsource it to the private sector and let them deliver the services in the most efficient way but when you start talking about spending a billion plus in Sacramento everything becomes political but we have what what in the city of Los Angeles alone we have like. What four billion sitting on the sidelines? Something like that. We could easily use for this. I mean mostly take care of it. The taxpayers have put the money aside. What Orange County door? But I think part of the issue is that there's so much work to be done between saying. Let's do it and being able to do it right. Look creating the laws and the infrastructure to be able to even once you had the laws. Yeah 'cause then you have to get the capacity. Yes then you're GonNa have to staff the then you're gonNA have to come up with a way are hard that it's hard to look for a real long time and expanding into the bay area and we ultimately walked away from it because of the absence of clinical out because it's the market economics up there a very strange kind of detached from the local economy. But that's another. They're just not enough psychiatrists right now. That's the big big issue. A lot of it's going to be done by physician extenders psychologist and then Tele Medicine Psychiatry. That's other what do you think telemedicine. It's not good but but it's I'm surprised at how effective it can be because you understand. Psychiatry is it's almost like treating an ammonia or something you can if I can listen to find a way to get some information on. What's what's chest x Ray and talk to the patient permits figure out what's going on and the same things. Sokaiya tree if they sit down and do a mental status exam their heads in the room with them. They have to hear the history by the staff. They have to evaluate go through their structured interviews. And they pretty much know what's going on. I have so much respect for clinicians in that sense. Because it's so different from say an X. Ray or MRI where you can look at something on a piece of paper and then six weeks later. Look at it and it's really difficult. It's going back to the outcome data. It I'm trying to objectively quantify an inherently subjective process right and believe me though the experience of dealing with humans with these conditions informs you immensely and you can develop very very good judgment with us. It's it's not it's not guesswork We have a lot in and we also then check ourselves with objective data. But we kind of know what's going on when you walk in the room as an intern. When I see what I walked through my no-one somebody has heart failure. I know exactly I can. Fraction is without having measured in psychiatrists are kind of the same way. They can walk their home and they kind of they know what's going on and then they do the exam. And that's what's going on and what my difficulty is is taking what you just described and translating it into language that an actuary understand because then they because it goes back to the insurer and trying to justify those extra three days yes those which is a battle that. I'll never stop fighting. That's going to be a daily pushing poll as long as there's insurance and they'll keep throwing the roadblocks well. I I want to hear a little bit more about about the state and what we can do. So what are you doing anything systematic right now? I have I worked with a company up. There called platinum advisers. Who are really good guys? And they they get me into the rooms with the people who are the stakeholders that I wanna talk to on Tuesday. I will be meeting with Scott. Weiner who is the President of State Senate who authored the Mental Health Parity Act and? He has the conservative thing going on. He has a concern. Any also controls the legislative docket. Because he's the president of the State Senate so ask him about six forty I will I? I certainly will. He California Mental Health Parity Act that he just drafted. Recently was really good in my opinion because one of the issues I have with the insurers in the providers is there's a disconnect in the nomenclature that the insurers use versus what the bureaucracies us and for the paradox that I saw. There's still problems with it. But it's the first effort I've seen by the state to try to make those consistent because any ambiguity between the two the insurers use to try to deny care of what you want Weiner to do I would like to see him. Get that state. I'd like to see him. Pass that Parody Act. Oh I would throw it. Well it just got brought through the Senate so I think it's still has to go through the assembly and then to newsom but the fact that wieners when that wrote it authored it passed it through. It's it's certainly far more likely than just some random bill because again he controls the legislative docket. And there's a lot of pressure on them to do something you can ask about the resistant patients. I want to come off the street will. That's the conversation I've had with them. I've I've asked them if they're ready to turn on the news and watch that happen. What do they say they don't really answer? There's better ways again. The motive you can motivate people without physically rounding you can my expectation book. I believe people respond to incentive. Yes and so if you make it easy to be homeless in San Francisco will be period if you make it more difficult and why they offer them something very nice. They'll go in that direction. Yeah there we go. And if they don't then maybe it's more palatable and acceptable to push those be right. Because I don't think you have the right. It's kind of like reducing everything to the lowest common denominator right behind the bar for acceptable behavior has been placed so low in some sort of misguided view of compassion. That it's it's it's become what it is or they're afraid of the ACLU. I'm sure they are because you know that will be litigation about it no matter what they did and I don't how many people they have to kill the Aclu how many how many thousand a year going now. Just in Los Angeles the numbers of people who have died in the OPIOID crisis towards the Vietnam War. But I would argue feet just the homeless to does seper phobia. I agree dump believable. It's unbelievable in the sad thing about it. Is I believe the impetus in terms of this becoming an important issue wasn't necessarily people feel bad for them. It's they just spent a house bought a house for a million bucks and they got to drive past a homeless camp on their way to work. And they're calling up there. It's Lehman and going. What are you doing? Because that's the only thing they respond to in Sacramento is their phone really when their constituents blow up their phone thing starting at California Q. California listeners star calling your representatives up there because you the day just let today go by three more die in our city Sacramento one every other day. It's just it's just ridiculous. It's hard to believe it's because I grew up in California and it wasn't like this in the name of what to what proving. What is the goal here? I think I think they think they're being compassionate that anymore. The veil has been removed. It seems to me that's what I want. Some abstract principle that they're living. I areas a plant now. I don't have a plan but I can. There are a few quotes in there where they do think they're being compassionate and that state of the State speech today. I think they're being compassionate and he it was. It was weird the way that the comments I liked about proactively and mental illness were couched with while also being compassionate was. That's fine. No it's fine but that is being compassionate at that point leaving them on. The streets is not being compassionate correct. Yeah so there's people who think that it is that interfering with their freedom. Those those are murderers and they should not be talked to. They've don't they clearly? Don't know anything about my question that how many years you spent but what. I asked them those people how many years you spent mental health none. You're not in this conversation. You have no business in this conversation and if you persist your murderer so get the fuck. Outta here. That's that's my whole thing. I'm really tired of this. They need to hear your voice because they it's it's frustrating. Yeah we make aircraft carriers Look Nimble. So all so let. Let's so if you were to sort of draw up a plan let's say for the next and we're going to really get active in solving this problem over the next six months acquired. Are you talking if I was the guy into power? If you if you had an infinite power we would we would. We would waive the several issues an executive order to the Department of Health Care Services and the Department of Social Services that you have a maximum of sixty to ninety days to process applications completely I would make certain that. The Parody Act got past such that it was able to be used by providers to obtain care over their client. So so you would have. The healthcare services and social services approved the application for any money for a cease community care license or communicator. Which is what allows you to provide residential psychiatric okay or a residential residential subsidies for the chemical dependency outside the is actually fairly. I don't know if I can expect more from the DSS. I think has been over. Won't okay I think. A lot of the bureaucratic demands arising out of these issues fell on the paradox. Pass paradox past. Get on the phone with your local representative to tell them that. It's very important that they develop the capacity build capacity. It's it's all about capacity both public and private and the extent they don't quickly to me. The quickest thing they can do is build out the private capacity because it's a licensing and then those people to the extent they're able to access care they don't end up in the other group which is where the state is paying for them but what percentage are going to be state covered thing eighty percent ninety percent. I think it's really okay. I think it gets substantially lower for the population under the age of twenty six over because their parents. Okay and that's again. I'm not a clinician. You correct me if I'm wrong but intervening with young. People with issues like schizophrenia. Earlier intervention difference between living a normal life and being lost forever. Because I am. I don't know but I've been led to believe there's a point of no return correct and we are allowing all these people in the street to pass that every single one of them that passes will be awarded the state my constant refrain to them as if this this was dementia causing the same symptoms rushing and take them to care and that will not change the course of dementia. You won't care these people that if you change the inter- intervened you'll change the course in a positive direction if you don't you lose them forever that's what we're dealing with. Oma God okay. So a bill capacity anything about building capacity that they would need in terms of recommendations and how to build capacity. It's such a big issue. When I say big issue I mean has so many moving parts. First of all. They're going to have to identify the properties where they would even be able to Abraham's. Yeah and that's GONNA be big. They've done certain things like they've waived a lot of the sequel requirements to California Environmental Quality. Act some of the really haven't well. There's legislation related to that. Okay so there's something you can talk to. I have it somewhere where you see Kwa. Yeah and I think I think they done some of that. They've talked about. Yeah that was talked about at the conference. I was at last week so so I think you need to immediately identify the properties where you are going to develop the capacity to house speech and then you need some sort of individual mandate for the people you need to have some way to get them into treatment so that six forty it's also the ships it's also the requires the development of the sixty percent bed capacity if you take these people off the streets. Yeah that's an initial threshold that you need to get over before you can do anything. And I don't think here's the thing. This is the social rehabilitation facility. Jesus total number bed two thousand in the whole state in the entire state and we have a conservative one hundred fifty thousand that are on the street. So let's say three quarters of them eat this. Excuse me it's a big big issue and the problem with saying if I was even if I was God himself. I don't think I could solve this thing in six months. I don't think he would either. No I think it's going to be years. Yeah it's GONNA be years. But but there needs to be some sort of expedited window of six or twelve months or something where things are done to get this thing moving. And that's sort of the way I'm thinking about it but they're gonNA also have to figure out who they're going. Let's say that they've figured out where they want to house the people and have gotten the people to the location where they would like to house them. Their next step is to deliver treatment to them and who's going to deliver the treatment. And how is it going to be delivered? Have you found guys like yourself? Linnet running around. Are you the only one that what do you mean? That are not clinicians but know how to run these programs and they're trying to get the state to help build more well. I think my company's greatest strength is the diversity of our ownership team because we have a board certified psychiatrist a University of Chicago NBA. I'm an attorney so our strength has been that we've all been able to stay are lanes and we don't cross each other's wires and I don't know how a clinician would have the time to with his patients and build. Uk Business. You wouldn't no you can't. That's why I've been wondering where the clinicians are in all this and I thought. Oh it's because they're too busy during the war and that's my goal with with my partner. Ridge. I don't want him to have to deal with any list. I want him to be able to exclusively focus on providing the highest quality of care to our clients. And that's the only thing he has to worry about. I got it and that's worked really well for us and I guess it's a strange industry. The so everybody kind of has a personal connection to it in. I have found I have. It's very infrequent that you find someone that didn't have any personal touch with this industry either recovering or or had a family member something so it's Kinda like a tight knit little club and I love my work and I love my partners that I work with and I feel like I get to spend my time doing things that matter And that's just been I can't even describe it to you. It's just the greatest thing that ever happened. Well I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa Start Chanting about the the things that are needed to be done in order to start execute real real build up build out and I'm happy to keep you on the loop. Please do whatever to get Margaret. And he's got a guy in the ground here that Lurking around the you meet with and and you know Ben Carson is very serious about helping solve it. I'm looking for help from anyone. Who wants to help? Yeah and so. I don't really get a lot out of spending the time and effort to deal with this in Sacramento. It's not something I have to do but I think it matters and I think in the long run. It's one of the most important things we're doing. It certainly is life saving and there's probably no more effective way to save lives right now than this and it is something that by the way if it sits much longer could result in some sort of infectious disease outbreak will affect. All of us guy knows my prediction to anyone. Who's listening has been what is going to make this? Baltimat- get dealt with is somebody in. Beverly Hills is going to get cholera not. Somebody could be a massive outbreak. You know what I mean. That's that's the one I'm concerned about it. And we already have Closest we have non Berkeley's AFP's. I'm called M Avium. We had we head Salmonella typhoid fever. Typhus we but until that breaks out of the population. They can feel comfortable ignoring crazy. Well listen thank you for doing the work and thank you for explaining against. I really appreciate it really fine. 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"My i have a an actual knob. Adam curry john's divorced june twenty seven. Twenty twenty one this you award-winning media fascination episode. Thirteen fifty nine. This is no agenda exiting austin broadcasting. One more time live from opportunities. Thirty three the frontier of austin texas capital drone star stayed in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry and for northern silicon valley where we're all talking about the fact. That nike is of china and four china and john devora. Yo you want to start with that. Even though you're burning up in california you want to start with the cultural marxism today. It's sixty eight degrees here man. I saw it on. The map is san francisco is in the middle of a you got a little oasis. Everyone else on fire. It were fogged in better. You know i you could see it on the map san francisco seventy but then you see everywhere else in california all the way up. Washington is in the triple digits. Most of the heats up is the way from the bright brian. Sorry which is fine with me Yeah it's great it's cold it's like sixty something. Well here's what i was considering. I was thinking that even though you're fine i'm fine. Perhaps we should do a rain. Stick or something because half. The country doesn't seem to be fine as risky at this time of year. It's risky but we'll be at all end. Up in florida horowitz complaining and the next show. Yeah no that's the back end of the stick in it will. It will take two or three days. Do shakes i. It's like. I said whatever you do. Don't pack the rain stick we need. We need to stick just in case for this last show and have it ladies and gentlemen okay. By the way these are official rain sticks. They come from a utah. Made by dame sherry. They are not to be messed with. We are professional rain. Stick operators do not. i repeat. Do not try this at home. Children always get your parents permission. So we're going to do Point now the back end is gonna hit austin and it will hit Florida but this is really for the For the west of the country that good like hey. Where's your where's your stick. Faith just saying. I'm doing it with some with with some reservation. Okay here we go ready one-two-three to shake go who you're over shaking. I did too Which is a double rotation surface for shakes. Okay sounded like three somehow. Well now that our work is done here. We go thank you very much we might as well stick with. I mean even the clip custodian couldn't send me much this morning because the m five am to wall condo coverage wall to wall everybody. Well you do. You wanna do this now because there's a lot of clips. A trump gave a speech. I clipped clipped quite a bit out of that because all new material Is a little bitter. Got some biden clips. I've got some other things that are going on in the condo. Think as i understand where you're going to discuss it as some Second half a show of thing. Well no it's not second half of show. I have multiple scenarios which i've collected. But i don't know if we need to keep it for second half of show it's the lead story we need. To debunk this crap. It's the least or the five and the s it's their stories world the dead people. I mean there's supposed to be all these Ground to a pulp. Yes the oh yeah should yes the minute. They come in with a heavy machinery than not even looking anymore. Not even looking but as you even the habit a little background. Because i don't think everybody in the world that listens to this show. 'cause they're they're all over the spread around a know anything about this conned. A condo collapsed during our show. Yes this showed that happened. It happened on showed. I don't think it was during the show but was it during the show but it happened under show. The whole world knows about this. I don't think there's anyone who hasn't heard about what was would just ignore the the background checks go on with the question is what happened. That's got kicked game. Gave me the what i think was like. Yes this is interesting. Okay theory during the building that period And the reason that we this because we've had experience with this problem and we re told we discussed with us during the building of that condo was a timeframe when Which is about forty years ago into chinese or providing lot of of raw materials Finished materials including a specific Copper piping that had we've rent we've run into this reason we knew about it. 'cause we had a What you wanna call it a hold on one second one two three four five six seven eight Is that zephyr eight substandard. Hold on a second. We do need to do the official economic report that as an eight car zephyr steady as she goes bitcoin. Three to thirty three thousand one hundred eighteen. Oh my god. Do the official thing right back to the chinese these copper pipes had are called Mike grow Punctures there were just there were miniature polls that were so small that you couldn't detect them over time they would maybe gradually a little bigger but they send these little sprays of water and they would Under pressure and they was it was you would ruin buildings and there lot. Lots of these wasn't discussed much in the construction industry. Because who knows how much of these are how many of these pipes are still in. Play around around the united states food that i think that is probably the right answer. The i've heard some people talk about this thing. Called tiling or polling p. a. l. i. n. g. which is As the story goes the rebar starts to corrode from salt water than the rebar expands expanding in the concrete and starts to crack which i'd never heard of before seems well when you have these micro With his water coming out of these pipes long period of time it would get into the samantha. Rebar would corroded. That effect would take place which is wreck destructor. Well let's let's listen to a few short clips of what the m five m was spewing. This has got to be my favourite and this shows the ineptitude of the american public. This study from a researcher at florida. International university found that the building constructed forty years ago on reclaimed wetlands has been sinking at a rate of two millimeters. A year for the last three decades. Now has been tweeted so many times. Oh my god. It was sinking two millimeters. Do americans know how small two millimeters really is and if you take two millimeters per year for thirty years as the report just say what it two millimeters per year per year two millimeters per year over thirty years. Did they said thirty. Didn't take forty doesn't matter so that would be sixty millimeters which is two point three inches. Let's look at a building. I know very well. Which is the building in san francisco the millennium millennium tower. That thinks sunk sixteen inches. And was tilting is. Oh stop with this. Stop with the sinking story. Well there's also the the mandalay bay hotel which was built dubiously similar soils in its side guy foot in the middle. Yeah it shouldn't have to just break in collapsed onto itself. Here's cbs for two inches. No here cbs. with the surf. Side mayor people here say they are not giving up including surf side mayor. Charles berkeley spoke with him just moments ago. It is a catastrophe. There's no doubt it's it's an unmitigated catastrophe. It's like a bomb. Went off now. The bomb went off theory. I i looked for that because this looks so much like a controlled demolition. We've seen it Now if you look at the video lots of flashes in floors below. i'm surprised. No one is brought up the third might yet but that may come It's only we only have one video. So that's kind of kind of iffy. But my favorite which you pointed out in the newsletter is climate change has got to be climate change they've drip drip doing their best to come up with a climate fox news fox business. The building inspection here in florida is very very rigid and very very strict. I thing that right now with the technology that we have a unique situation. This is a unique problem. This is a unique accident on fifty eight old. I've been here working since the late eighties has nothing like this has happened before. This is A situation that we will go through in detail really. This is i think at the end of the day of very special case we have not seen similar cases occur here in the neighborhood kobe. I think everyone would like it to be a unique case that that isn't going to happen again. But of course things are only unique until they're not. Can you be sure that it is a unique case or could there be a change in the land. These buildings have been built some other environmental fish or that may affect other buildings in other words. When can we actually say this was a one of a kind event versus something we could see again. We may not. We may not be able to do that. The research into the development of the of the environment and the research and the development of the engineering and the soil. In this case. We need to look at very carefully because at the end of the day the analysis of how the soil does move and or the building. Settlement is is something that we track. That's all climate change crap. As far as i'm concerned he also he had this interesting thing at the beginning. I mean if you're gonna do your whole spiel based on a false premise. He says at the very beginning. Oh we have very strict inspections in the last time. That building inspector was two thousand eighteen and they were very concerned about at issues. Yeah there's now does. He mean by very strict every three years. But why but why do they not take the obvious the obvious things and why are they pushing it towards this. I mean this is even kennedy. My former colleague mtv. I want to touch on something. Brian said and for people who are living in this part of florida. It has to be terrifying. Because if you don't know how this happen then the next question is will. Could this happen to every other building you know how. What are the structural flaws. That allowed for something like this to happen. There was a report of the new york post about a researcher who had been studying. The climate affects central rising seawater level win. This building had been sorta targeted because they realized that it had been sinking two millimeters every year for about thirty years. So they're not sure how these things work together But a lot of nervous people want answers as soon as possible because they don't want that to happen to adjacent buildings or anything in coastal proximity where this sort of disintegration could lead to mass casualties and i find it interesting that they are using the same either expert or talking points on fox news as cbs because the building is forty years old yet. The report is is easily picked up as the same copy when they say thirty years old to mill thinking for thirty years. Yeah i'd been thinking forty. Yes well there you go. What happened ten years. Why wasn't it. They can attribute it to climb. Well it took ten years before. The climate change started rising sea levels as what it is and the flesh fisher flopping around the fish. The fish So here we go. Here's the two other theories by the way i think yours is is what are those. What is that called again. The when the cadre micro fissures there you're a very micro These copper pipes had little pin holes. That were microscopic. That would leak water. And in some cases spray in extremely fine stream. Nice just junk from china this analyze. Here's the no agenda thesis. Is chinese copper right specifically chinese copper pipe. Chinese chinese copper would be material. Okay chinese copper pipes and putting that in the shawna's You In in the newsletter snidey made a comment that tab. Of course i will be saying. It was a directed energy weapon. I did not. That's exactly what i say you one of our analysts. Thanks john g who could that be but no. I'm going to surprise you. i'm going to surprise you. It was not a directed energy weapon because we would have seen rods from god. All of that stuff. I look for no. But there wasn't notice to airmen up in up in alaska at on the same day warning of harp activity now that stage. That was supposed to be shut down. They keep doing stuff i believe. They thought they shut this down. The only fourteen it's contagious. It's continuously active so with harp as we turn it off. How about that. Well here's here's this. I love this theory with the with harp They shoot off High frequency radiation off the ionosphere. And they're pretty good at targeting because they can create earthquakes. This is the earthquake machine. I've talked about it for fourteen years. And the theory is that jared. Ivanka have a condo right nearby and it was just they just missed. Got the wrong one kind of like the kind of like. When they hit the chinese embassy in in yugoslavia croatia or bosnia. I forgot what was. Yeah it was hit by a missile. Yes so this was hit by An earthquake and sadly to it missed so They live in a lot of people died and then the final one which is just got to be. Whoever launched this. I i love you for for setting this up this way. There was a tweet from john. Mcafee from june eighth which of which there is no evidence. The tweet actually existed. There's a lot of Screenshots there's nothing on the way back machine and i will read the tweet june eighth. If anything ever happens to me please know that the thirty one terabyte of files. I have are located on hard drives in my condo near eighth street and collins avenue just north of miami beach whoever did this g whoever did this is genius because of course you look at eighty eight collins and that's the location. Sure so. I love how john mcafee is messing with us. Even from the grave. Proud somebody with photoshop messing with us. You don't even need photo shop you can. You can just change the dom on the source page of a twitter page and you can put it in yourself. Very very easy to falsify. But i thought that was one of the best and the number of people who are falling for this one is on people's home for everything is ridiculous while the tweet was deleted. We'll show this. There's always evident was deleted by. Who and why why that one. Why that one. So i don't wanna make light of what is clearly a tragic And might want to point out that they have a lot of problems with fires. They can't seem to get the fires out underneath the underground garage the filled with cars. What kind of cars. I don't know kennedy cars. How about a couple of tesla's the seems to be burning forever three to four days. Who knows how many tests were in that building well to do people in the building. I believe assad right on the beach there. It can't be a cheap outfit to. Maybe they got some tesla's test would be yeah crush the car and Good point anyway. We don't have to do much more than that. The mainstream media will confuse you all day long and i think they're going to go with the I think the climate change. There's no way they will go with the with the china thing. New course new way no way So my quota the beginning of the show has to do with. Ceo of nike has this responsibly. Making that comment. We'll know it. Which i think because because they're associating they're gonna associate not at least. The right is going to associate nike with slave labor And now they're going to have to basketball. american basketball. Black american basketball players are all bought and sold by. Nike are gonna have to consider the fact that they're supporting slavery. How does that going to work. How does that fly. But this is going to be covered up what he said. In fact i tried to get a recording of because he said it on on a quarterly conference call. I believe i couldn't can kill. It'll show up. It will eventually so his exact quote was we are the largest sport brand there and we are a brand of china and four china and the biggest asset we have in china is the consumer equity consumers feel a strong deep connection to the nike jordan and converse brands in china. And it's real. So this is what i is so fun about this and this is i think this is part of the environmental social corporate governance goals. That they have somehow slavery's okay. It's not considered Governance part yes. It is is slavery's okay. Don't care okay is is listed on. There is okay. Don't care they really don't Was i mean this kind of weird because we can stick with. es stuff which. I have a few prime examples. And then go into trump. Because i do want to hear because i i tried to watch some hope. You got good clips because it was quite tedious at the opening. Well the whole thing. Well i i. Don't have my sheet here. But i did some observations to make on a louis. Here's what we'll do. Here's what i got a couple of short clips one disaster and then we can go into that. This is like this because this is all of the The corporations. Because that's where i was gonna come from if people want to support a nike and their use of slave labor or their endorsement of slave labor. Or they're looking the other way or whatever it is they can do that. Of course it's very easy for everyone to say you know. We're just not gonna buy nike. We're gonna buy adidas or or or some other brand is a lot of them. Feel i said mean. There's a ton of competition. The norm the power is with any use. The power is with invested. One's good brand critters i was gonna say trucks. Have you seen the new. High heeled crocs are all the rage. I don't even wanna talk about again. We didn't we talked about after the show and you are very interested. Then yeah well i list. Let's just go through some cultural marxism. Es crap that's all around us with some woke kness from the federal aviation administration. They're doing this. Throughout government and throughout much of america so this group advising the faa they say instead of saying air man say aviator instead of saying cockpit flight deck briquets man made on the sake of being more inclusive and gender-neutral. It's the pc police coming for more of our culture. This time coming for the aviation industry cockpit. I mean that's a stretch man. Do they think the cock and cockpit is a masculine thing. Is that the idea. And we're just come believable. If that's true what does the etymology of cockpit. Actually let's look it up consulted book of knowledge. Okay let's see what it is. Are you looking at up. Yeah i'm trying. I'm very curious where that came from. A enclosed space for fighting cocks. It would be for chickens roosters right anyway. Gewiss a what. It's not allowed man can't say cockpit i mean most aviators and we say eight we We say aviators. It's not even something they'll be shellman. Yes even the no. Tom is a is accurate information. Notice to airmen and ot so that all about the women they will get they know. Go drive through can do whatever they want. They don't have to pay attention. Screenshot here in show notes from a A large Medical system possible system. It's internal and someone was nice enough to give me a screenshot and the here it says. Are you proudly vaccinated. Show it in your email signature checkout new emails signature template options in the brand centre with new vaccination badges and guidelines for adding your pronouns. Remember to always download the template rather than copying one from a colleague so addition to he. She they them. Caesar fully vaccinated. That's being promoted by corporate america to put that on your email signature. I believe this to be a bad that trend. It's disgusting amidst all of the at hitler in there while you're at ligo amidst all of the a controversy around Gosh what was i going to say now. I completely comeback again. I completely lost it when you lodge train of thought i was. I'm trying to get into this mastercard. Oh yes The voting The the the us attorney general department of justice saying they will sue georgia over there. Racist gonna lose that. It's a complete distraction so we didn't look at kamla looking like an aided idiot at the non border but while we well we have this you know and obviously it was being said as well you record. That's one of the main points which is ridiculous you requiring. Id black people don't have i. That's that's in essence. What they were dumping it. I get ideas right trying to protect from their own stupidity. The that's that's the democrat way. Well names and identity are just a thing of the past with these people. A proud member of the world economic forum and i believe part of the Of the great reset mastercard. They are in the board The ceo of mastercard is always in all of the meetings over there too at the davos group. 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No but these are chosen name so these are not you know the big problem with a lot of trans people as being able to change their names officially across the board. It's it's not easy. Who says well. I know for a fact that it's not easy when tina taken her three years to complete every single piece of to get her name changed everywhere. It's a nightmare. But i just on the car. I mean you fill out the when you fill out the deform. It's just a simple form that could be. I don't know we'll do it. Maybe there's nothing new here. They're just marketing it that way. Which is which is kind of smarter than my guess. Kinda smart if you really want to be on board and you really want to show your stuff. Nasdaq is the place for you. We're corporate yes. Cash cash cash use cash. Now that's a that's ending caches over. We lost that during the pandemic. If you want to promote your environmental social corporate governance goals the place to do that and the partner for the future is that nasdaq global. 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The starfleet command About russia specifically about russia. And viktor orban. President of hungary was in the meeting and the meeting turned into a shout fest and a whole anger situation about a new bill that That orban signed into law I'll read you a little bit from From this here in a very tense and at times emotional european summit e you leaders join forces against hungarian prime minister viktor orban over his government's new anti lgbt law with dutch prime minister mark going as far as suggesting hungry should leave the bloc. If it doesn't agree with e with the us core values last week. The hungarian parliament passed a new law. That bans the portrayal of homosexuality and sex reassignment in school education material and tv programs addressed to people under eighteen years of age The hungarian government argues the law primarily targets. Pedophilia with the conflation between the lgbt community and pedophile has been harshly denounced by human rights experts and civil society for perpetuating damaging stereotypes so this is still pride month. And we're going to excoriate everybody on every single view you have and in this case. The dutch prime minister took it to a new level. Here's a euro news report. Prime minister theresa had some strong words that his hungarian counterpart viktor orban on thursday respects. Lgbt rights or leave the european union the dressing down came off the block. Leaders confronted orban over a law that bans schools from using materials deemed to promote sexuality. Op dip into mind tension on this point to bring hungry to it's knees to realize now either a member of the european union member of the community of shared values that we are that means that in hungary in budapest all proud hungary which is a beautiful country. Nobody can be discriminated. So the controversies that he said we need to bring hungary to its knees. I even got notes from people that i know this morning. Holy crap. What kind of totalitarian crap is that going down there. And i need to let everybody know something in dutch. This is a very unfortunate translation for the prime minister in dutch. Very common saying to say. I'm going to bring that person to it's knees or that situation to its knees it's not. It doesn't have the same weight as we're gonna bring you to your knees. You slaves not quite the same thing but it's being interpreted that way by everybody. He that he's a totalitarian nut. He's actually a douchebag he's a wimpy guy who used to be an hr in hr department for some corporation and somehow he he worked his way up through the political ranks. Anyone can be president. And i have to remind people that. The dutch have very anachronistic terms that they still use for instance conquer and khalida so and which translates to cancer. Conquer and khalida is Cholera it is very common for someone. To say duncan up which means cancer off or crash. The kalita get cholera. It's been antiquated yes. It's integrated people like people don't have the same weight as when you could actually get cholera and die in the old days so i think that's kind of where the where this comes from This was The the president of starfleet command funded by as she took this very seriously with a fun. little kicker. at the end of the hungarian bill is ashamed. Ship and i've structured my commissioners to write a letter to the angolan authorities concerning or expressing our legal concerns before the bill enters into force. This bill clearly discriminates against people on the basis of their sexual orientation. Did you get that. From what i just read that. This bill discriminates people to not how just it just prohibits promoting homosexuality in the schools s. That's not the way the e- uc's it. That's the way we do the same thing in most of the local school districts. We don't bring you know we don't bring i mean it's not everywhere some places the other try to convince it's just it's a touchy subject but it doesn't seem unreasonable of their sexual orientation and it goes against all the values. The fundamental values of the european union. Obviously human dignity it is equality and is the schuman fundamental rights. So we will not compromise on these principles. Do okay with. I mean if that's really what you wanna do in your community wants to have this taught to children. That's fine but we also them must teach children the central banking system. Really wanna know what's inequitable unfair and full of crap. You should teach him that as well. I have said it before. And i want to repeat it. I strongly believe in a european union. That is clear that where is you where you are who you want to be. And i strongly believe in a european union where you are free to love whom you want and i believe in a european union that embraces diversity. This is the foundation of our values. Yeah unfortunately though when my daughter when she was a living with her girlfriend They couldn't even hold hands in the city of rotterdam on certain streets because of the immigrants predominantly muslim. Who will spit on you yell at you become violent. I'm not so sure where Where the said pacifist Love who you wanna love thing comes from in the e eu. Because it's not true. So i use all the powers of the commission to ensure that the rights of all citizens are guaranteed. Whoever you are and where ever you live. That's my favorite one guy. Yes club for her. No on jumped in all right stonewall Pride month is just one after the other the stonewall foundation very big. Lgbtq a nonprofit is now telling bullying employers into pushing its Pro trans agenda on social media in exchange for a higher ranking in stonewalls Annual top one hundred places to work list. You see how it works. Yeah that's how it works to really good. Well continue with my thesis. That i don't think sexual orientation should be taught to a fifth grader. We never got it. When i was a fifth grader. Fifth grader goofball. Why would you not being producer this sort of thing total goofball. It's to change something for sure all right. Do you feel that President trump had any Any new material. I a lot of new material. New materials new. When did it come because also brought out. I have to say this first half hour twenty minutes and it was. It wasn't new. It wasn't funny. I didn't get it yet. what you didn't. I didn't watch watch anything. You just watch it a little bit. I move out of austin. I i i watched the are sbn coverage for about half an hour until he came onstage. I saw it but it looks like trump rally. But it just did you see. Did you see marjorie taylor green. Yes i did. I did were there. Aoc comment you mean the whole thing. I didn't see the whole. Did you see dr frank. No that's what you should see. I i actually clipped part of his thing. I'm gonna senator listen to okay. I have to say dr frank this. I'd like to know somebody to chat. Room has give me his full name so i can go to his website. Because he's gotta have some dynamite material is guy dr frank comes out and he does the whole deconstruction reverse engineering of the election. It's a jaw dropper. Really yeah if you were kinda you know re rigged regular not you listen to this guy's lecture and he's a character he's like you got a cowboy hat on or something gordon gordon frank gore sh- frank gore shinde impressionist. I'm just reading. What the trolls give me. I don't know if that's the right one so It was jaw dropper and he has a punchline to us election. I don't wanna give it away but command clipped this one little part in to play. Because it's so funny. But anyways with marjorie taylor do marjorie taylor green. Just listening to her. She's a real firecracker. Somebody called her. I have to agree. This is trump is trump pre emptied. Green now let me give you reasons. Why the dc swamp hates me so much. Because i want to impeach joe biden and i want to expel maxine waters and i wanna fire dr anthony seed. There's a lot of people that need to be fired. Italy's chance throughout the as lock her up and if this was fire fao cheesy. But did you find this interesting. What she just said i mean. Isn't that what everybody on twitter says. Who's on the right. They say the same thing i know. She's just like her okay. That's fine but she's kind of a character. I mean she's just interesting as well. And i didn't at first and i do but this to me is like okay. I've heard this for four years. Let us it's a rally Yes exactly what's the point. I'm going to give you another one that you've heard before this is the order. Then i'll get to the ones. That are new okay This is the trump opener. And this is. I think it's gonna be his theme for all these that he does and it's got to begin now he did. He did an hour thirty. Four and defer first half hour i could see. Was you know it was a little rehash. He started getting into the new stuff. He when the prompter started wiggling into wind and he had to start at living more by the way back his hair phenomenal. I don't know what he's done. They've changed something. That shit stays down in the wind is it was windy to rate hair. Lift greg he was trying to get some air but it was a great hair job. No doubt about it. And it was a little graves. Graying green color the texture the density covering up the baldness. Just the way it was. I mean bus have been super velcro or something. This was really. This is new technology truck shares. And one of the original. Hairsprays will do do that. Wanna cornet aqua. Net net is the. You're telling me like glue. Excuse me do you know that. I was held hostage by hair for half of my professional career. I think you still are very short hair now. Well most people wish they had your hair correct. Let's look in another slow moving train from china. Okay let's listen to trump opener. This is what's going to bitch and moan. This is going to be his themes for the next year trying to sergiy. Murders are soaring. Police departments are being gutted. The legal aliens are overrunning their borders. Nobody's ever seen anything like that. Are poor borders. They were so perfect they were so good drug cartels and human traffickers are back in business like they've never been before they're doing numbers that they've never even thought possible and just a few short months ago drugs were way down. Human trafficking was way. Down was all way down. All they had to do is go away for a little while. It was beautiful but the schools when you take a look at schools and you look at all of the things that happen. Left-wing wing indoctrination camps critical race. Theory is being forced on our military gas. Prices are spiking. Inflation is skyrocketing and china russia and iran or humiliating our country. Joe biden is destroying our nation. Right before our very own is the number one priority for everyone who wants to save. America is to poor every single ounce of energy. You have into winning a gigantic victory in the midterms and in twenty twenty four. This is It's interesting you play this there's There's a general theory that goes around. The x twenty. Two report was one of the so-called q. On podcast that was kicked off apple. To of course. I i listened to that to see what it is very is real that work. Well podcasting two point. Oh saving podcasting so we can still listen to it in the regular world Not an apples dream fantasy but the it kind of goes like this president trump has been waiting to make his re entry because everyone had to feel it. We had to feel the pain of what this administration this fake. I'm just retailing. The the way the story goes of this of this fake presidency and they continue to say continue to say that. In in august september timeframe everyone will be thrown in jail the sealed indictments are opened up and trump is reinstated as president. But it's part of this. this is specifically while trump. He hasn't done anything because he needs. Everybody feel the pain only when you feel the pain. Do you understand that. It has to change this people's grayson's in the the military critical race theory. I was thinking about that. He mentioned that makes total sense. The military is is nothing more than the the front for the military industrial complex. All these companies have to be woke. It's not the military. It's the companies that make up military. I think that's the prob that's words coming from. Maybe but let's he hears. I will skip right to this. This is trump talking about the woke military. They they are woke. Our military will be incapable of fighting and incapable of taking orders. You tell some private private send you stand up right now. I'm not standing up. You can't talk to be that way. General we're going to have a whole different ballgame. I don't know how they're going to work that out the privates tell. Don't you ever speak to me that way. General i'll kick your s that's military ago and look. I know some of these guys boy. They change quickly. They went right over to the other side. I heard that about a couple of the military brass become weak and ineffective leaders and our enemies are watching and they're laughing woke. Yeah well that sounds like insubordination. What she was talking about. They're not woke kness. But i think he's trying to make the also. This is clipped kind of off. Beat this him I think he says and then he says big league. We had listen. I'm telling you i listen to this clip. A three or four times trying to figure out what he's saying here and it's got nothing it's not part of the the new material is just something he threw in and i think he's experimenting with saying bigly Didn't he didn't start a initially with people misunderstanding. Him saying big league and then the just began igli then. Scott adams took it to write extremely wrote a book a very good which is why he got the invite to the white house of course to listen to trump on big league. The press secretary with the extremely red hair. Remember what she said. She laughed at when space force was benching. She laughed remember that and she got decimated pie. Everybody when she laughed because we need baseball's russia's up their big league and china's up their big league and we were just sitting around watching them no says big league twice. I hear it distinctly. Just i don't think he says bigly the think it says the first time he says it sounds like big. Well it does it does it. Does he by. The way uses the word decimated to off. It's also incorrect. What he's trying to you know it's one of these things look at merriam webster. They probably corrected it. they used it technically incorrect. I agree but you know it. I know it probably half the no agenda listeners. know it Debt decimated means Taking out of ten percent. Let's let's really the webster dictionary. Decimate definition to select by lot and kill every tenth man to exact tax of ten percent to reduce drastically especially in number into caused great destruction or harm. So they're kind of kind of bringing it towards that. Yeah and it's going be the ten percent thing is going be over and i was wrong Before month anniversary came and went on the twenty fifth I believe we put in the red book which i found. 'cause you know repacking up That pataki would last four months. so she's outlasted the prediction here is trump trump. Did a stick that went on. I had to cut this way down. It was One of these meandering shaggy dog stories about Biden's state of the union a state of the union address and he's condemning. The media media had a good showing about. He counted about twenty cameras. And i you know he's pointing them out doing normal thing there but listen to this little bit. This is trump on the biden state of the union. I watched the semi state of the union. There's sort of a weird set of the nancy. Pelosi had the single largest mask. I've ever seen on the big mask. It went up to here. I don't know if it was three masks one but it was the biggest the biggest mask i've ever seen but i'll never forget i watch and i said that's sad. I said he's going to be killed by the media. Then i turned onto fake news. Cnn and msnbc and they said fox has been so great either have the and they said i thought he was just going to get. It was a terrible evening. Turn onto a couple of the competing. Networks call them and say not since st are has been a speech. Like this you know. Fdr was i thought he had a magnificent presence right he had he would sit up there and his voice was beautiful and booming and elegant. And you remember so. Many of his face is right. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. It was such so beautiful ticket that the way it was always remembered. You can't forget it. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself okay and they were comparing biden. Fdr they are fake they are so fake and so pathetic and there's so many of them up there is so many. Yeah the the story amongst the patriots. That's what they are they're not q. And the patriots is trump is about to launch all of his platforms. Now he already signed up and has been verified on rumbled that sent a tremor through the rumble. Yeah so let's see how long it takes for them to get the the old. Dns hijack from from the department of justice that ever. Well it's not really but there there is There's rumblings that there's at rumbles bit. Shoot some kind. Some kind of platform that Former president trump will be Either launching joining or his coming. I'm just. I'm just telling you what i'm hearing. Okay so now. I got before. I play the clip. which is the hydroxy clip. Which is funny because of something that we talked about from day one and recommended his he would he finally concluded was what we recommended from the beginning tests which you will get a kick out of but less but to be balanced i do. He does have a gaffe. Okay had few gas but this was the worst one. This is the trump gaffe. Just trump gaffe not too but the original. You'll hear it in here that ended the evil empires and that sent a brave young man from ohio to a plant. What to plant as an injury planter screwed up and he did it and he knew did it. You listen to the longer version of this clip and this is trump gaffe two. And then i'll tell you what happened that ended evil empires and that sent a brave young man from ohio to a plant. Think of it said you know who the man i'm talking about is who am i talking. You know who. It is the stars and stripes on the face of the moon. You know the manners you know. Oh he was a prompter misread. It was supposed to be planet. Look i think what it was. I think it may have been on the prompter as planet which is not at the moment is not a planet and he any choke in the middle of seeing the wrong word. Just plans to nice which is all wrong. It's totally wrong. So he was like he was bitching about the prompt Bit let's now. here's a hydroxy thing he concluded. I think this is a real. I like this clip because it was exactly what we said A year ago hundred number wears hunter. The virus came from a chinese lab. Hydroxy chloride quinn actually works member. I made a mistake on hydroxy. I should've said hydroxy. Chloroquine is a disaster please. What is said said it works and now reports coming out that it works. They probably destroyed a lot of lives. Yeah yeah we said that multiple times didn't like just say shit man then people will look into it that hydroxy more even so than ivermectin which i think is really that that has to come to account for the medical industry. The pharmaceutical and the news media news media in particular and a lot a lot of the kind of like the thing. We don't talk about in the news media. We really can't discuss that. It was basically us doing that. And then sometimes you'll catch a clip where someone says pull at the time is like everyone knew that was just bullcrap so we just reported that. Just show you the follow on me to ask these people. It's pretty pathetic. Yeah yeah so. That's all i've got from the trump. I think there may be something else throughout here. not really i guess inviting. What do you want to stick with political. And and since we've done. I we had a little. We got a little bit. But i'd look intermezzo a little entre ma a little something in between okay. Just the one shot clip here You heard this clip but this is a very funny clip. This is brett or eric. One of the two weinstein's being presented with the idea of your concept of podcasting two point. Oh yes this so happy for you to bring this one up. Yes many people ever since the weinstein's have been Gotten strikes against their youtube channel Went on Joe rogan to talk about this along with dr corey People have been. Because i see it. People have been tweeting brett saying hey podcasting to point out that you should check it out value for value. Podcasting two point. Oh and i got very excited. When i received this clip. Have you talked to adam. Curry about decentralizing. Your podcasts is that her that heather who was saying that. I guess it is right. Don't current yes his wife. It sounds like her. Have you talked to adam. Curry about decentralizing. Your podcast. well. Youtube is looking to atomised our podcast. But i think this is a terrible idea. The question. I'm not sure what the question means to me. You're a huge fan of adam curry. Yeah but but how this is where. I'm all excited. Like oh my god. This is fantastic. He's a big fan. All you need to do is explain how we can save the world. But i don't know. I must be something i don't know he must have a project that you're you're like got eric hurry. Curtis we're talking to matt. Curtis are not. Yeah you are okay. I don't know how i'm curious you can tell us. Tell us yeah. Big letdown. Ego destroyed immediately. I mean what. I thought was coming was even worse would have been adam. Corolla often happens. But okay. I'll take the confusion with adam. Curtis but bottom line. Get your head out of your ass. As weinstein's they're stuck we can do stuff here. We help you instead of the platform to atomised us which they're running on their running on that he felt the need to bring this atomised idea. I mean i. I know this type of person and he thought it was cute. Cute you know need to avoid the initial question go to google. Yeah exactly atomised. 'cause it was cute cute little idea that he had to get out. Professor isn't amateur hour podcasters. Because they have. It's just like a. I don't know what it is but there's something about you have a bad a bad concept but it's it's in your craw and you really can't just drop it you have to bring it in even though it's out of context and out of winstons bad. Yeah now. he's those guys are hopeless. Well i'm still very very open to helping them. But i did get it i did. He had a tremendous ice out of it. Did you know yeah because the gala these isos. I don't want to do the ice. I'll bet you is this one huge huge fan of adam curry. Yeah boom boom stolen valor. Shielded from who does like. I'm taking stolen from adam. Curtis of course it's stolen valor. It's not good. I will not do it. I'm a purist. Well i hope they get the items biden biden biden can do something about biden. Biden biden has Has problems man. Well you wanna hear a few biden clips. Might as well sure. I mean. this is the time i mean take. This is unfortunately the them have and it all plays it. I'm a little tired and disgusted by because trump is doing these rallies. He knows that the media picks it up so now we're just going through a whole cycle because biden is uninteresting. There's nothing else really going on. Hence the wall to wall condo coverage and now it's going to be condos and trump. it's boring. It's super boring really is the it's better for their numbers coupled. That's why we do biden. We do do a few biden. Gaffes and okay This is the biden This is the news the i l. Gb knows when he does he does lgbt and then he stumbles and he goes Q. plus given alpha beta kappa. Here we go with the mumble. Here's the moment of thing you first of all one. I say to chastised belated happy birthday. Jessen what the hell they're that again. This is dumb. I to thank you well first of all one i say to chaston belated happy birthday chessen. What he's saying he's what does this have to do with lgbtq. He's just saying happy birthday to chinese ad in. Lgbtq giant meeting and buddha judges there were there's husband trying to say booted. Judge how. I wanna thank you well first of all one. I say to belated happy birthday jackson. Oh he couldn't say he because he read the prompt is like butted gig but but if he had that cute up on his mouth let me hear it. I want to thank that says. But i'm not gonna say but jason chaston is it. I thought was chasing. Belated happy birth rate. That's great. that's like one of those when you when you don't know someone's name again unfortunately died. Do this all the time. Because if i if i see sanjay gupta or anyone it chances are i'm gonna say jose how you doing got all these wrong named in my whole walls for this show would carry over in real life. Ship ship gregory. It'd be horrible horrible after you very careful. Here's but now. This is the one i got to. This is an interesting because the thing is going on is there's this giant wo woman is transgender male in new zealand. I don't have her name in front of me. But she's a big weightlifter and she a She trans Transition call when you transfer transition transitions. At the age of thirty five male weightlifter of no particular prominence but so she transitions at the age of thirty five and within a couple of years. She's the leading. Female weightlifter isn't she. Isn't she qualified for the olympics and this has become handle is this is fantastic. Doesn't know what to do. Nobody knows what to do. This is haven't done that yet. We have a bunch of people that can easily especially a runners transition to runners. That are a bunch of operations are starting to save women's sports a whole bunch of organizations renault. Potty deal with this because it's kind of like what are we supposed to do here Trumpet his speech. He's against transition men competing in women's sports any sort of a level that's meaningful by. No he's all in on it and it. This is going to become a problem for him. I believe because. I don't think really the public at large a lot. Transsexuals aren't a big fan of this. Because they know it draws attention to them in a very negative way and but these woke democrats. They're all all yeah. We got to do what they always do. And i've never really been anti any party but this this particular version of the democratic party abuses black men preferably dead and trans women. That's that's that's the whole thing that it's totally abusive. So let's listen to biden on l. g. p. a. b. y. I had here you by the way this bill just protect. Lgbtq plus people also going to strengthen existing civil rights protections for people of faith people disabilities women in public accommodations like doctors offices parks and gyms thank the leaders of the congressional equity caucus for their continued work to make it happen. Equality act will also protect against disturbing proliferation of anti btcu bills. Receive state legislatures so far this year. Hundreds of anti lgbtq bills have been introduced to state legislatures more than a dozen of them have already passed. Whether the doesn't these are some of the ugliest most un-american laws. I've seen and i've been here a while. Many of them target transgendered children seeking to prevent them from receiving the appropriate medical care for using the bathroom high schools while they're with the one where it'd be most safe even preventing them from joining sports teams with their classmates reminder. That this was president obama's entire second term agenda was Gender neutral bathrooms. We have not moved very far. It doesn't seem like what they want is really working. And and i'm i read bills and so you can say that a bill similar. I'm sure to what hungriest done is anti. Lgbtq or to be correct lgbtq. I a p plus. But they're not that's just it's just framing it's just don't lie ally ins- just framing. It's really. it's really sad that that this is what is just shoved into everyone's face. Luckily people are withdrawing for mainstream. Then this kind of drivel. And who listens to joe biden. The only thing that listen to is is news models who are regurgitating no. They don't like that clip joe because what he said they. Everything's the middleman now. Yeah yeah so. Let's listen to a couple of an old one i. There's a couple of old clips that came up they were dug up is not that it's not like ten years all just recent but not the last week and this one. I wanted to play. Because i got a kick outta this is biden on on the tuskegee. This is great. We were reaching out in the minority communities which by the way and many of the older members of that community had memories of experimentation on black americans that were not told about like what happened. The you know the tuskegee airman all those please please do. Enlighten people who have not are not clued into tuskegee airmen and the to gigi syphilis experiments that there was a bunch of experiments done. I think it was in the thirty s. If i'm not mistaken it may have been suited an date. They had a bunch of into tuskegee area. They decided to let a bunch of black man who had syphilis. Just shine them on and not give him any. Treatment is so that they can study syphilis. A little more and it was really shameful approach. And this is you know the blame the medical community for to even be able to do this to tuskegee airmen which had nothing to do with this. Were a highly decorated group of pilots in world war two that were all blacks and honored for including a movie by george lucas. That wasn't very good. Just a extremely accomplished airman but now with blinded mixed the two together so the airman. I guess all has syphilis. Just some detail on the Airman they were part of the four seventy seventh bombardment grouped. Not all african american actually Five were haitians from trinidad. There were several hispanics. Latino airman from dominican republic was really a A black community of airmen is a community of like community but they were very very heroic. Very very they were outstanding. So this was a now. This is the some crazy gaffe. Where and. I don't know where this this was. Just cropped up and he's trying to introduce or mentioned some police chief and he gets the guy's name wrong. I think twice. Maybe three times gets the city wrong and finally gets it right may be at the end police ship murray of the baltimore police chief mirror chief murphy row of that rouge louisianna man. That was a bad one. Joe. let's hear it again. police ship. Murray the baltimore. Excuse me police chief mirror leash chief murphy paul region. He's really deteriorating. Yea nay recent. Most recent thing that everyone's all over because it's a weird was his whispering during he's whispering and i have a medley like put it. His whispering uppercut but a medley is a medley of his whispering knows. Hoover cuts are just a bunch of different despair and people saying the same thing. This all biden. Employers can't find workers. This is an eas- employees chip. Now what's happening. I point nine billion dollars relief. So far they're going to beginning checks in the mail that are consequential this week for childcare on the environment why would i not before it yeah. I've i've analyzed this for myself. What why he's doing this. Do you have any thoughts. Because i think. I know i have zero. I'd just biden would would kinda thought. Is he gonna trigger. But i'd love to hear the analysis. What i believe is happening is he is taking personal. Credit the overpayment or over stimulation of the economy. And as he's what he's taking credit for now is Higher wages for everybody and so he's kind of making it sound like i gave them one point nine trillion dollars so that everybody could stay home and now they're in the catbird seat. They can demand higher wages. I did that joe biden. Listen to it again. There's no wait we're not for you or is going to give everybody else no will play one more time. Because i have a countered okay. Just i'll played up to that bit. Employers find workers is an employee's employee bargaining chip was happening. I two point nine trillion dollars released so far okay. I don't think he needs to whisper. Did what's the point of whispering to be secretly. Thinks he's being sneaky is he is he trying to portray himself as sneaky. That's what you're saying. Yes i agree with you. Yes i think so. I think that's i agree with you. That or stream huge strategically sneaky. Like hey i see what i did. There i think is creepy. I think the president of the united states supposed to be sneaky. Well no it seems to come with the job though for most. Yes but you don't have to portray it. But he's a senile old man. What other what do you expect from him. I'm amazed that he knows he had anything to do with it. Now on now if you're going to not you but if someone's going to be a pundit on television and going to make fun of joe biden with his creepy whispering yet better have everything straight. This is dick morris. And what is he. Just a consultant. A political consultant has been around forever or they ever held any kind of office or more. I think he worked in the clinton won the president's regime sometime go. I mean he. I had him on silicon spin once. Oh how was that. It was like it was kind of a semi disastrous because of the fact that he wouldn't stop talking and a couple of the panelists were mumbling into the mic. About candice guys stopped talking It wasn't a good situation. Yeah he was a friend an adviser to clinton during his arkansas days And he he is the the the disillusion democrat who is now the became a republic visa consulting. Strategist a fat head consultant. You tease. he's competition with courage of where consulting group. So it's always fun to make. It's always fun to make fun of the competition when they sucks. Here's dick morris when you whisper because you want to keep a secret. That's one thing when you whisper because you're not able to reject your voice as you're so frail and old in week. I'm not sure what to do about it. I think that the solution for joe biden listed field of taxonomy with that. Is they suffer. Moosehead and put it on the wall what to do bite stuffing and my goodness. I don't know about that. come on. this is what i mean. He says taxonomy they meant taxidermy. What an idiot and the news model is even stupider. Yes that's a complete wrong word. Taxidermy is Is stuffing the animals. But he says taxonomy taxonomy which has to do the analysis of systems. Have to look it up. Yes that is true. Yeah that's pretty down. That's dumber than he is obviously because she didn't know what any of means. That's the stuff that that passes for his what you get on tv exactly exactly. It was that on fox. Totally those guys are no good I woke up this morning. You know we've been looking for a new chief of police here in austin as art vado who was a pretty good Police chief he went to houston. Houston seems to be doing okay. Everything's falling apart in austin. This is the last show by the way from austin tomorrow Congratulate thank you thank you. We re enter the damages. I wanna play in austin clips to make sure that we stay in the austin team going. Okay so i woke this morning. There are forty four candidates for austin's next police chief. And what do you think the headline is. I have no idea three women of color with leadership experience of applied to be next chief of the austin police department brings a level of diversity to the candidate pool that was lacking in earlier review of applicants. Man it's The one from Atlanta who left Didn't she didn't she quit. Yes less murphy does. She's a deputy chief. I'm sorry celeste murphy. Murtha ramos. who was chief in. Dekalb county georgia and amada tting gerry. This who was the la police deputy chief. I'm seeing three strikes here. Atlanta is a mess. Los angeles is a mess. And there's there's forty one other candidates but this is all the whole stories about them. Yeah that's no one cares about having a good police chief. Let's just make sure that we have is all. You want a good police chief you when police chief. That looks good there. You go just like the nasdaq. You'll be seen as good as your scene is good. And what's your. What's your story. yeah. I have an historic because i figured i the reason is because i wanted a boots on the ground from you though. I know exactly what this is all. And so i figured well because they just found that the championship Was taking place at the austin a. It was the play this clip. Here we go yes. I'm very familiar with what's going on. And we welcome you back inside the austin convention center here in austin texas pro shootout number four here on the seal shootout tour alongside trae rat jeff mccarron. We are pleased to be joined now by kaley hunter who just won the women's singles final for her first pro. Victory kaley congratulations. I know this has been a only nineteenth. I'm not sure. I caught a long journey. But it has been a journey for you. Just talk about what this moment means for you with your first pro win. It doesn't anything honestly. I'm still shocked this. Because i've been getting third or making it to the broadcast every time i just. I'm just so happy that i finish it out. This is something different. I thought it'd be this is going to be soccer. Oh no this is the acl. I figured this is where he took the big event. No no. I paid attention to the brand new f. C austin Football club who. Oh you didn't go to the acl. No i was watching austin get obliterated yup that would be the way it would go okay. Well the acl. I think more important. I didn't even know the acl was taking place. Yeah what it means right. No oh you're going to just play dumb. I thought you'd be at this. The it's the american cornhole league. There's a professional league Yes they see. The american whole league enya kaley. There won the women's singles. Yes you're right. I did see a quick newsflash. How how strange that. I did not do anything with it. What was i thinking. Yes yes cornhole event. You're so right we do have league. So i'm professional snooker professionals. We also have a professional axe throwing league here not to be not to be. Confused is very bad. If you confuse to go to the wrong event it could end up bad very bad okay. And by the way the professional cord holders pretty astonishing to watch the operate. They can nail that they can toss that sand bag. You know just right into the whole one guy beat another twenty four to nothing. Oh it's it's it's very impressive. I would like to see it just not to go get carried away with this but i would love to see some professional basketball players that famous three point guys. The guys are steph. Stephan currier damian. Lillard them cornhole sport on they just nail blend bag after the other right now hall has potential anyway. That was my report. The thank you i know. You've got to be leaving office replogle valley. You're not be able to go to these things and you. How many people think. I'm actually moving to flu. Greville or waco or the schlitterbahn. It's quite impressive. what people think. I'm moving to waco or flu. Greville or pflueger dill pflueger vill Was a little bit. it's a little town outside. Pflueger ville right near the schlitterbahn. Exactly because i'm just going to say the heart of hill country texas because that's true. That's the other direction. No no okay. Do we want to do any vaccine stuff here. Because i want to take a break because i do have a few. Some of them funny Some of the interesting and breaks nugget last long. We had lousy donations today and We got a few executive producers. We can thank them now. We can get right back to the well. But i guess i let me thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in the cornhole league. Of course ladies and gentlemen john c d work and mr adam. Also you're in the morning shift sec- boots on the ground feet in the air sobs in the water and all the dame's nights out there can't believe i said johnson meant divorce. Vora givers said divert quiz joe biden rubbing off on me. Hey everybody the trolls and the troll room. They are troll room dot. Io let me count. If pontiac read scurry way. Let's see we have on account today. Still count no counts. What is going on. Why is the count networking. Someone's messing with my cow. Two thousand twenty four show. That seems to be higher than usual. Am i not for sunday's twenty two. We were peaked at twenty two hundred. We've peaked bro. We've totally peaked. We've peaked on on. Trolls peaked on donations. He shows peaked with the show. Peaked where we were relegated. Now to laughing about cornhole it anyway. 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She used the british The house of parliament in the one we pick and then she had the coat of arms The british the reason why the white one was over the other we. I would have preferred the british coats of arm Arms it said the house of Or the building because she darkened the background and dark in the card color. I like the darker version better. But i didn't like the the house of the parliament. I'd rather have the low code of arms. Because i think it was a better looking image. But she didn't do it alternative with that on it right to change too many things. If you're going to do these variables you know. Don't change everything. Changed one or two things and then change it and change it. But i mean it. I felt this was not optimal. I would prefer diff original art in the darker mode but this this this is good feedback. I think the main point is if you're doing a variation or a variant. Don't change too much. don't change. Everything just changed especially if you're just dealing with the colors of the image because it really was better darker it needed to be darker so it had more. Contrast contrast is important was oh. Was there anything else that we liked in this batch. That came in trying to see. I i may have been something wide use. Kenny bins For the art thirteen fifty thousand look good. The tokyo no screaming from darren didn't quite come out didn't get it was not gettable. Yeah i mean the problem with some of these. I should mention this often. An artist will title their work in fact every every s is every two yours but If if if you don't understand the art without reading the title it's just no good and agree and that's how we kind of evaluate it. We don't because you mouse over. It'll bring up the title and if you look at the titles until we blow it up. Yeah and so if you have to do that then. This kind of a fail But men do. We appreciate the work these artists do. 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I m one another entre mont care. This would be again along the lines of the ridicule. I we thrust upon biden but this but this time it's pelosi. Oh okay now. This is another clip that properties from some a couple of weeks back when the during the george floyd bill george george floyd a crime prevention or policing george floyd policing act. That's what it is. Yeah something like that so there this before. They named the bill. And so here's pelosi's discussion. How bill got named and it has a kind of an interesting ending to it. Very proud before the judiciary committee that before he testified he said to me. I'm speaker. do you think that. I can tell georgia's daughter that his name will be always remembered because you will name the bill for him and i said well. I recommend that to the judiciary committee and to the to the congressional black caucus who have shaped the bill. But i only will do that if you tell me that this legislation is worthy of george. Kobe's name out of was great legislation is of george kobe's name please. What name do you think she's saying there. George kirby she's really saying you're kirby she's how george kirby is a comic from the fifties and sixties three dated In fact there's If you go to mardi higgins dot com which is martin martin higgins dot com over. Who is our agenda joke writer. He has a video clip. They are showing not only this gaffe but also a small. George kirby bit from the ed sullivan show i in black and white from the early days and where he's doing material that is so dated. Because it's an old show but dr Didn't realize how. Funny george kirby was he predates all the day comics that took the black comic- scene began with a gregory. When it came became the angry black man material and it developed with the richard pryor's and all the rest coming after it but before him. There were a lot of black comics that we're doing pretty straight normal. Stand up and george. Kirby was one of them. He was really funny. Maybe she actually thinks it was george kirby. Maybe that's why she all riled up about it. I have no idea. She's old anything's possible. Yeah she was she was slurring the beginning there to both these people out cheese get some fresh blood in there just for even if only just for the fun of it for our clips i cohen. Naiko them well not so much covert but there's a lot of issues with the with the vaccine have the open bear stats for. Today's take a look This is the vaccine adverse event reporting system and we currently have in the united states. One million one hundred ninety six thousand four hundred twenty one reports of vaccine adverse events. This is updated as of june eighteenth. We know that they are running way behind. And this is only what is reported. And only what has not been taken out by the cdc current death toll six thousand one hundred thirty six and of which one thousand six hundred forty four myocarditis We have Tom both seventeen seventy six. Funny seven hundred twenty miscarriages. I mean everything's going just dynamite dynamite dynamite and Well there was supposed to be some meeting. They actually did have a meeting about these. Young men particularly who have heart inflammation and other types of ailments After receiving the vaccination and this is what came out of the fda has officially added a warning to the madonna and pfizer kovic vaccines about those rare cases of heart inflammation. So they put a warning on the label. Now don't yeah the don't smoke and if you look at. The vaccine insert has been on youtube. Many times. it's empty. There is no. There is nothing on the vaccine insert. So this'll be the first thing they're putting on it and isn't it. isn't there emergency use authorization set to expire july first when everyone vaccinated must be. Because i i don't think they can do it. They can extend it just do some ice with extended for another ninety days. I would like to see the Yeah i would like to see the official extension then crazy all right so Australia we have sydney now locked down for fourteen days. That and it's one case or something hard locked up. I feel bad. That i said you know. Australia is six months behind it. Part of it has to do with their summer and winter being seasons being inverted yet there in the middle of summer so that should be like boiling. Hot it's well. I guess is not no. They're they're moving up on winter. Kiss their autumn. You're right right took this could be. This could be influenced. This could be all kinds of stuff that always calton delta plus the delta plus So i have a lot of news today from from from the The royal countries. So i have candy navia. The united kingdom. And what else do i have Oh i do right. Yes this is the this is from the uk. This is the united kingdom's chief executive and general secretary of the royal college So these are the people that Provide guidance and information and i think guidance is probably the right term for politicians and This chief had some interesting to say. Just reference to your earlier conversation about lifting the lockdown We know that we we haven't infected enough of the population with this virus. I'm not why say other one but this is this is interesting. She saying we haven't infected enough of the population with this virus. I mean an impacted. She said did she say impacted. I thought she said infected really. She said that's a bummer. Mattresses reference to your earlier conversation about lifting the lockdown We know that we we haven't infected enough of the police infected. I'm not hearing it really blue dress. We haven't impacted enough of the population with this virus. That doesn't matter. It's still funny because she's still gas it up with this virus nova scotia nova scotia very a lot of these call in shows a lot of questions from the audience. At somehow everyone saw andrew cuomo and thought. You know. If i do that if i if i take questions from From the public. Am i get a book do you am. I get an emmy. I mean all kinds of good things come out of it. Let's see what the health professionals had to say about this call in. Thanks for taking my questions wondering about the injunction banning gatherings and whether there really is a need for such a reaching one given us now joe i mean i think it's still there we still have Bringing large numbers of people together You can present some. We'll we'll continue to look at that But i think the purpose of the junction is to Is to You prevent You know groups that are spreading a deliberately spreading false information. That can edge by. But i see credit risk the information it sal if listened to great risks to the public as well so that certainly is a need to manage that Misinformation campaign as well. Did i understand correctly that we can't be can't have people standing around together because that will spread disinformation this guy. Who is that guy. Oh he's he is one of the. I don't have his name. He's one of the nova scotia faucher. I know taurel. Let's go to toronto. Herbal man let's go to toronto. Now this is the one of our producers up in toronto says this is the only m five. Am radio show. I listened to its on noon noon. Weekdays and they had to epidemiologists on to take questions from the listening audience. Here's call one. Farsi shot goes. I had my first shop very early. I had to wait for the second one Unfortunately i went into the hospital but clots that i had not from not from the virus Or pardon me the vaccine. And unfortunately when i left the hospital Proximity two days. Later i came down with kovacs which i caught a hospital. Oh dear there you go. And i suffered with that. I'm okay now. I'm still have a few problems. Leftover from it. Sorry to hear that well. It's one of those things you know i. I was shocked when i got it. Okay j you take care. I do i will thank you. Thank you very much. Bye-bye i just love this. Here's a guy who got his vaccination got the blood clots then got co and he's just like well. What kind of socks vaccination or anything. It's just like day. That's what's going on in my life. Do people not see. Do not see what is happening here. No dear is the second call in and this was really cool a little long but this guy has an interesting story about Spike protein shedding and that needed to be shutdown question for the doctors. If i could cleese My seen teacher actually didn't has been vaccinated yet to win to her dentist And she came back after having worked on and then The next day she suffered for four days with a possible. What looked like a like a bad son. Face itching Pain all sorts of symptoms. She went to doctor. The doctor says it's probably allergies and uses. Not had allergies are like is not so finally. The doctor said you have spike protein shutting and the second case that occurred the people that i know. Apparently the doctor had said that For people that don't know when i didn't know what goes spike protein shedding is That she has not been vaccinated the people that were working on her had been just recently vaccinated it until she got the symptoms for pretty bad if somebody has been vaccinated and you're exposed to them there isn't really any way that you can pick up either couvet or any remnants of covert or any kind of elements of the disease from having a person back stated The vaccine is not alive. Axiom is just Some genetic sequences so genetic sequence. It's nothing to be worried about. Only within that person develop an immune response not to anyone else who they've been exposed to so. I'm not exactly sure what what it could mean. Proteins shedding In micro teen shedding apparently had something to do with the person recently vaccine. Well well gee was around. Shut it down. I think that what the doctor is trying to tell you is that he's never heard of such a thing and doesn't doesn't think it's this and this is the news model shutting. It all gets good. I think that the what the doctor is trying to tell you is that he's never heard of such a thing and doesn't doesn't think it's A likely outcome. I haven't read anything like that about anything like that. Dr sly view talked to basements don. It's a very strange okay berry Nobody here is ever heard of such a thing. I don't know maybe look it up or something Doesn't sound likely to our experts. Thanks for the doctor matt around now. Well yeah dentist isn't a doctor actually went to an actual right. Your don't know this is nothing we've heard of. You know twice see something. Thanks all right. You hear something new. Every day i guess with this virus you know and a lot of it is not necessarily accurate to how can they never have heard of this. Now this is what bothers me the most. If you've heard of it you think is bullcrap. That's one thing and say well you know we've heard this is something has been going on the internet and i know that right it up. That would be an approach. Far as we're concerned is bullcrap. Yeah but does not have even heard of it because we've heard of it you is to not have even heard of it means the. Why are you even on the show. If you if you if your knowledge base is so narrow why are you. Why are we even talking to you. You can't be you can't go on. These shows with a narrow knowledge base a bid. You know a knee jerk reaction to every question. This is useless. Well the liar the way the host jumped in. Tell me told me that now. This was on the do not talk list or something. Yeah it doesn't accept it a little too harshly. Yeah andrew maher big bbc broadcaster over in the uk has a evening programme and he has guests on and he had to via tele telescreen. He had to one of the government's Top advisors And he had a pretty interesting story because andrew maher was vaccinated any got cove it and he had some questions and i hope is not self indulgence. Appear to ask you about me. Because i got corona virus. Last week might be double jabbed earlier in the spring and fell if not king of the world at least almost entirely immune and yet i got. It was just unlucky unlucky. Lucky i think you were. I mean what we know is the vaccines is that they are actually remarkably effective. Okay i just have to stop this every time. So you had the vaccine. You got cove and the first thing. The guy says we know. They're remarkably effective versus wrong with this picture preventing hospitalizations next effective preventing infection. What they're less effective at preventing the infection. This is not what we've heard. No we've heard what he said. We heard we heard that chow chee said it other. People have said that the thing is great. It's may not prevent all reinfection or infections. Or i don't know it may not prevent you from getting code but will definitely prevents you from going to the hospital or getting or dying from it. We've heard that. And i don't know why why they're promoting that idea because then what's the point. The whole thing is dubious. Yes ivermectin does the same thing it keeps from dining hospital. This continues should so you know although you saying. He won't hospitalized and there wasn't any fatality. And that's probably because the vaccination is really important for people to realize that as we increase the vaccination rights most old igla vaccinated. We will see breakthrough infections. And we'll start to see that actually in the end majority of infections are in people they'd been vaccinated and that does not mean vaccines. Don't work breakthroughs. Were expected what we want to do is prevent hospitalizations and deaths and the vaccines very effectively. Okay so that's the message like it doesn't really work against infection. Which is precisely what a vaccine is supposed to do. that's what everyone's talking about But now it's it really. It keeps out of the hospital. Andrew moore had a little follow. Sure i'm pretty clear that by being vaccinated. I did not end up in hospital. And that's a great thing but we use slightly glibly occasionally this phrase mild and moderate infections for me it was really really quite unpleasant and i just wonder if it's important in terms of public health messaging to explain to people you may be the vaccinated but that doesn't mean you won't catch covid. Nineteen at won't be pretty bloody. I think you're absolutely right. You can be pretty sake and not enough in obstacle and actually a many of my my colleagues and friends of beta next situation you in my fifties in many of my friends of a similar age had pretty severe illness and of being pledged to try to admit themselves to hospital. So you can get quite announced disease. So what does it do so well. At least i mean it sounds to me like andrew. Maher might have wanted to go the hospital. That's how sticky was from there was no blood spewing anywhere but i felt like crap. Is that this. This thing is bogus. Bogus robert including that now. Well robert malone the inventor of the amarna technology did this is in the show knows he did the numbers if you really look at the numbers of the vaccine efficacy and its rate of People dying suspiciously close to the vaccination after vaccination if you take these numbers for every one hundred thousand people that are vaccinated. We avert six deaths however for every one hundred thousand vaccines people vaccinated. We see four people die a fatal side effects so for every three lives. We say we lose to yeah saved or created or they're accurate numbers. Yes it seems very accurate. And it's and what we're seeing is we're seeing the people who've been vaccinated. They're the ones testing positive. Some of them getting sick. And it's really. I mean i'm not a sports guy i mean i don't even keep up with the cornhole league college world series. This is a this is a scandal. What's going on. North carolina state got kicked out because as the a few tested positive. So they're done. They can't play and of series for them to a looks. Like but you know i mean this is not efficient golf for the gal got screwed right but what but what. I'm reading. Although the official news reports is that of all of the unvaccinated players they tested negative. Four of the vaccinated players are the ones that tested positive. That's that's kind of a sad till at what point at what point Do we think that this is phony. Baloney sports betting stuff going on or how. How do we play into the so. This is this can be mint. Everything can be manipulated with this now. Yeah i know that's the great thing about it. If you have access to the task crank up the pcr cycle count. Get some. i mean you could bet on this stuff. We should start making some bets at the level of you'd have to be at the mobster level that can control the pcr test results. Well we don't have those connections. Isn't that what. The pharmaceutical industry is just a bunch of mobsters. Yes and they probably are doing a lot of bedding. How about euro twenty twenty. I think as we acceptable to some mesa major bets. I mean the way these things are. I mean you get one of these teams. That is just a super long shot. That's always look for that. I mean you're not gonna bet on the top two or three teams to be some long shot comes into play one of the top teams. That's the favorite by fifty to one and you and your top players are taken out by kovic where they're gonna lose to the to the long shot the dog is they like to call it And the dog pays out some outrageous payment. This is where you make your big money to put a lot to to invest a lot to get a ton of money back. Yeah i can see. It will the netherlands. I see just got eliminated. So they're out it's i think. The euro twenty twenty probably that winner of that should be determined based upon Which country was the best behaved. The best i mean rarely has antigua. Sports performance will what country behave germany. France germany germany france. Germany locks germany's way over the time. Lockstep german i think germany will do it again. final clip for me is The ceo the make a wish foundation. I and i think people got this wrong or typical fashion Social media manipulated. What he was saying. I like to make a wish foundation. I've done a lot a lot of work with them back when i. When i had the helicopter there would always be an wish foundation. The wish for the kid. It's never about the kid is about the family. Tell you are sick. Child really wants to fly in the helicopter and had six six pass helicopter but it was really the fact. The family was really all into it. But this came out The ceo made the statement. But i think people only watched the first minute of it because there's something very cool at the end the way this was receptive received in and and commented on was bra. Just horrible that making the make a wish kids get vaccinated is really no gifts. Neko america and over the past year we spend each day at make a wish. Prepare for the moment when every possible. We're safely move. Forward approached process this responsibility with the focus and diligence for your family's health and safety now we've consulted with doctors and medical professionals throughout the national medical advisory council we've been monitoring public health organizations like the cdc and the american academy of pediatrics based on their collective guidance today were making a big step forward and delivering hope to. You are wish kids at our wish. Families am excited to share. The make you wish will resume. Granting air travel wishes within the united states and its territories as well as granting wishes involving large gatherings for vaccinated wish families as soon as september. Fifteen twenty twenty one right so. This is where everyone freaked out. They're all like this. Is this is inhumane. You could kill the child with the vaccine but the guy is really. He's straight up. Always participants including your wish kid in any siblings will need to be two weeks pass completion of either a one dose or a tudose vaccine. We won't ask for proof of vaccination adult participants to sign a letter of understanding the certifies that they been any minors participating in the wish are vaccinated and understand the russa travelling at this time to check it. This is this is totally. I think the guys doing a great thing here. Let's get these people back out there. Let's get these final wishes fulfilled sinus piece of paper. Don't worry about it. we're not going to check you. I think that's good the work. I think that's good the work around. I want to get that straight because a lot of people were all bitching about it. I didn't even know about but you know if you hadn't noticed most podcast today. In fact pretty much with the exception of this one although we sometimes stray into that path he's all about the outrage of the day. All it is well if the democrats did that and the republican women today it's all just verbal diarrhea it even mailing meghan. Kelly's uninteresting now i. Yeah it's it's like the pool boy. Everyone's doing the same staff everybody's outraged and just us. We're we're we're calling ruling connected us. We do follow other people that get outraged. Oh yeah that's fun including may putting the work in uh-huh to follow a little l. sharpton. Ooh wait a minute. It has been a long time since we've had any good sharpton juice. Espn okay was this al on his regular. Msnbc program that he makes millions of dollars for for muffling through s. Okay so this is really i knew gaffes concerts are jealousy segment. Really what this after. Some element of that but first of all he does you know i was gonna move. I wanted to talk about this story about the The socialist communist woman who became the mayor of buffalo and it was discussed. I didn't put on the last show. And it was amy goodman story which she discusses best it turns out that sharpton that ran the story to and so i figured well hell a bump amy enron sharpton because he had the woman on his show and is named india something or other and so here he is. This is a sharpton in india. One here he is introducing. The story gives just be a talking head like a meat puppet giving us the story and bringing the woman onto the show and here we go. Brammer season in new york and new york city has been the center of attention. Fair was a huge upset. In the northern part of the state up in buffalo democratic socialist candidate india walton handily defeated the fourth term incumbent mayor in the democratic primary this week since buffalo has an had a republican in office and over half century. Walton's chances of being elected the city's first female mayor come november. Seems high joining me now. Is merrill kennedy india walt. Let me start with the question about yourself. Definition as a democratic socialist socialism has gotten thrown around by republicans as an evidence for years for your primary when voters haven't swollen for their disinformation campaign. What does democratic socialism means to you as well So she's dsa you also call her. Socialist member of the democrat is is she not democratic socialist in america. The by the way is that the dsa or the ones who funded the combs not handcuffs campaign in austin if for them now so he asked very specific question at the end. Play the end against what we get that question. It'll come up again. Reiterated it on the second clip is for your kramer improve. Voters have fallen for their disinformation campaign. What does democratic socialism's means to you as well. What does democratic socialism's mean to you know it's socialism's didn't. He's got a lot of stuff like that so he i didn't realize is a kind of a promoter of democratic socialism so we can assume that That the reverend it or rather as they liked to call him is a communist Essentially a marxist. Let's say so so. He asked her that question. Verse straightforward question. Now you're gonna hear her answer to that question. I want you to tell me what the answer is after. We hear her answer to this question. It's part to what does democratic socialism's means to you. Ms welt thank you for asking. I thank you for having me on. Reverend sharpton visit quite the honor as a longtime member of national action network. I've always admired your work. Thank you for putting working people and people who look like me. I and giving us this platform. I think that our message in this campaign has resonated with the average buffalo. We are working class people in one of the third poorest mid sized cities in this country people are tired of the status quo and tired of rich people becoming richer while working class people work harder for less and you know the campaign was centered around democratic socialism per se. As much as it was about the issues that are facing working class people. I'm a registered nurse. I'm a single mother of four boys in the issues. That face every day are the same issues that buffalo residents are concerned about the came out in voted and they chose progress. Well she did not. She didn't really explain what democratic socialism's is a professional job of skirting it. Yes and i'm sure that the rev immediately followed up with you have an answer. My question wrong. Don't have the horn here. So but honked Would i get a kick out of cities like this where they say. Do we got to make the change. We have the you know we need to do this. And that and into the third poorest mid sized city in the country is but it was introduced as they haven't had a republican anywhere near the place for the last quarter of a century known brings disney would make a connection here that you let the democrats to take the place over and then they bring in new people that are more progressive now. We got a socialist in there and it just gets worse. Does anybody at you add two and two to this equation and maybe decide that these people aren't doing very good job of whatever it is they're supposed to do. They can't even define their own their own socialism. I wonder if anyone even watches al. I mean now that you've left amy for for the rev i mean amy will be will be off television soon and i'll probably get a little bump in the ratings but it's not. You can't be many people watching this stuff now. There's not well. Let's listen the two of his gaffes besides the ones you before we do that. May i just read from the book of knowledge democrat and we might as well give the the the book of knowledge answer. Democratic socialism is a political philosophy supporting political democracy within a socially owned economy with a particular emphasis on economic democracy workplace democracy and worker's self management with a market socialism. Boy yes totally noodle boy. A democratic socialist argue that capitalism is inherently incompatible with the values of freedom equality and solidarity in at these ideals can be achieved the realization of a socialist society although okay so this would be her although most democratic socialists seek a gradual transition to socialism democratic socialism can support either revolutionary or reformist politics as a mean to establish socialism as a term democratic socialism was popularized by social democrats and other socialists. Who opposed to the authorities authoritarian socialist development in the soviet union. So really there. They are a against the The communism that we think of so they say so. They say what they say so they just don't like the authoritarian aspect of it had to more of a committee approach. I think you nailed it. I think you nailed it though with the. What is it Emphasis on workplace democracy and worker self management. I'm free pasta loaded. Now you know where it comes from will be. We'll revisit this. Of course now. Let's listen to sharpton now. he's got george. George floyd broader on. Oh okay i'm sorry. Play joining me. Now here's lola's floyd the brother of the late. George floyd baloney what is his name. Felonious dina salah felonies riding me. Now is known as floyd the brother of the late. George floyd and civil rights attorney the man i refer to as the attorney general for black america. Ben crump let me start with you for loan as i first of all. Thank you for being with us tonight and let me say that. No prison sends. I said this yesterday. The un in minneapolis on prison sends no matter how long can bring your mother back after this. We have a new mix in the making is. Is it not just too delicious to believe that. His brother's name is felonious. It's it's The irony just spell it. P. h. i l. is e but still it's irony is. Yes okay sharpton gaffe. Student athletes redraw redoing routinely lose scholarships return retool. Tuten agni's retooling tone tinley lose scholarship. What do you think he was reading. Where do you get confused by. The word is routinely student. Athletes routinely lose. He's trying to say routinely lose but he can't do it because it's on them for some reason whereas on the contrary can't i think he's semi illiterate. I think the most of the gaffes that we catch from him or prompter gaps. Because you really can't read and again at the needs resorting tone. Repair lose scholarships will be fired from our morning zoo. Show if we were laughing about this. Oh yeah we'd be off the air ready whereas all we wanna do is just present a fun a fun entertaining show if we don't make light of it and then we might as well just be Megan kelly this is great. This is good stuff from from sharpton to watch. Show a few more times It's tedious because you have to For for h he's kind of gone to a very very thin and small now with the big giant head and lost a lot of weight even more than he was. It'd be he's pretty skinny. I mean back in the in the late eighties and nineties. He was huge. It was a big fat guy is big hammer. Big right Little under looked under reported item about johnson and johnson promising giant. Johnson and johnson has agreed to a multimillion dollar payout to new york state to settle claims. It fueled the opioid crisis. The company will pay two hundred and thirty million dollars over nine years and agrees never to mark the drugs again. Johnson johnson played down the agreement saying it was not an admission of wrongdoing. An estimated eight hundred thousand americans died over the last twenty years from opioid abuse. Encourage anyone to go to the show notes and take a look at some of the paperwork on this. These guys are really complicit in in legal drug dealing a serious serious drug dealing and they won't even they won't even own up to it they say. This is not an admission of guilt. Twenty two hundred thirty million over nine years pleased. So that is one that is one caged total chump. Change totally whatevs good to go. What abs- yeah uh supply chain lots of notes about containers producers is good to hear from the mutual win dot com guys Michael with a tiny container homes. Been doing that for a while. He said boots on the ground. Answer to your question regarding cost increases over forty foot shipping container. The last six months the cost has risen roughly by the magic number of thirty three percent. He says it's now up to four thousand two hundred and thirty one dollars for container which used to cost grand and he says well not enjoy while not an enjoyable increase is still more palatable. Compared to the doubling cost of would and electrical wiring by the way those tiny homes that they make a really really beautiful but Reports are coming in from all over gitmo nation that the price has spiked in some cases to twenty thousand dollars per shipping container. So win from one or two very scarce one or two to about five or six thousand now twenty grand and You can read everywhere online. People saying i can't bring my product in. I can't do it and this and this i think. Isn't this talk about inflation. That is kind of a self fulfilling prophecy If you think there's inflation than actually go start to hoard products and because of the demand the price goes up and then it just kind of gets into this fly. It goes both ways that deflation the same way self-fulfilling right. You don't buy something because you know it's going to be half the price next week you're not gonna buy it right. So do you think that this that this will not make any difference For for inflation of at least consumer prices while the way they're a the hotshots Determining they're saying that this is going to create a temporary bump in transitory transit tour. I think that's the word they use. Yeah ellen's word transitory. And powell be. It's gonna have an effect but once the pipeline are all full inventories up to snuff in the rest of it. It should all settled back down to normal which is not the way it works but what they say and the south china morning post reporting that the us and china are in technology war That the semiconductor companies and sectors. Now have what they say quasi military commanders who are supply chain chiefs and they are supposed to be Overseeing the supply chain but maybe making decisions not typical south china morning post is in fact. insinuating that these chiefs of twenty-one industries which is new energy vehicles ai. Semiconductors they will probably be putting a kink in the supply chain just a mess with us as if they aren't already or someone's doing something with the chips may just seems like we have one after another. We've got all these you know. We've got the upper eighty or ninety day port delays. So they say we have the the Spike in container prices. Now these supply chain chiefs. They may hold back a little bit of stuff. Feels kind of like this bad news bad news to me but do you think that this is an act. Do you think that there's a real war going. I think yeah. Do you think i'm asking you your opinion. Yeah i think. I think they're doing this on purpose. Soccer's well it's quite the reaction i expected but well. This supply chain issues are big hitting home. For some of our millennials. Kevin johnson just speaking with mad money. Jim cramer moments ago addressing reports from two weeks ago of a cup shortage shortage of cops. No shortage of coffee. Our supply chain in our breakfast sandwiches and some items in the bakery case. They have had to ramp up staffing. And so we've had some shortages in the bakery case that certainly is true but You look at what we've done over the last couple of months to to really get us in a much better position and you just think about it when you turn turn this on so rapidly it really tests the elasticity of the supply chain to- bakery goods problems with the bakery goods will. Why would that be well. Didn't say aren't coming from china to flowers coming from china. The baked goods aren't coming from china. Will i think this ties. Into one of our producers said that maybe some of their plastics or wrapping stuff is inferior. I think it's the wrapping. The wrapping material does come from china. We've had some shortages in the bakery case. That certainly is true. But you look at what we've done over the last couple of thought. He said something about rain in our breakfast sandwiches and some items in the bakery case our supply chain in our breakfast sandwiches and some items in the bakery case they have had to ramp up staffing. I wonder what do sandwiches from starbucks come from china. Well okay so i went to. I have a bakery that i go to. It's an outlet for semi freddie's innocent kensington. I go there. I haven't been there for a while. 'cause they kinda closed during covid go there 'cause first time probably for i don't know four five months when it first month of over there were you can go in. It wasn't a big deal. But they got gotten kinda worse. And i go in there and i asked. I wanna get got cup of coke croissants. That's what should have breakfast. I forgot about it. A couple croissants Danish and a couple apple turnovers to stock the Food supply here No we don't make the apple turnovers. Oh what a couple of days you know we. We don't make the danishes anymore. Why do they have the croissants to get some costs machine someplace. Crank in these things out so what happened to the bakery white. They can't. I don't know so i get getting the sense. That a lot of the bakers have quit. Or they've got the money from biden biden said and they're not working. i think is in short supply. The bakers Are there's no bakers to cook them. Wow and if you're into baking s kind of passion. All the big debater baker. The bakers are the passionate ones. The people that work around half this you know help. The helpers to sous-chef people they're probably not that passionate and they're just take the biden money you know we. We could totally opted for that. We could have done. 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John and i in it so that we can proudly boost that Toot as you perform it too. Your closing out. Jimmy got a full slate for july and a couple of reports. This is the red. Thirty three writ thirty-three meet up. I believe that's from boston. What's going on it's brandon. Get ready for mind. F dr boom is not okay. People catch us. We yelling that in a meet up report or at a meet up gain eljay unicorns from londonderry new hampshire and bunny came to visit us to penn. Gimme an investor. Their cares barrena greater boston. Taking care of everybody brandon elle's vary on the road. Thanks for having me in the morning. This is safe lead. John and adam thank you so much. Stay safe now. That i approve of. I think that's the day some competition but hold on. We're not done. We still have the salt air slaves of the. What is this very long title. Hold on oh yes. This salt air sleighs of the tampa bay area meet up. This was a big meet up twenty plus people there at the meet up where the saltwater slaves this is john wayne having a good time so far love love and the camera motari. Hey guys this is michael berlin and just hanging out with everyone else saltwater. Slaves made up look forward to seeing everybody in charleston again. When i get the chance to come back up in the morning. This is meal at saltwater. Slaves the jamaa from saint petersburg. Hey this is wrong i always gonna make it. My car broke down to sweat their car without air conditioning. But it's probably because. I mean douchebag gerry apparently part of your in the bar and they call themselves all. Slaves are pretty hot women here so anyway. I'm chrissie title bag here. Brought my little human resources and excited to meet everyone at this meeting in the morning. This is maria enjoying our first. Meet up here in florida. This is mike transplant to florida from ohio. Still a douchebag must first meet up having a good time with all these salty slaves here in the tampa area drove two hours from west florida just to come up to this having a great tom. This is my second mita. And i'm here with joan. And she hosted. This will say she is. The most is here. We do love it. Clear as one of her best friends and she is a cool person. Even though that's not necessarily this is great wind up in ritchie and we found tons of people. Maybe a million clear next many four to six weeks. Oh you're in the area on plus just gavel mark. You're the report richie report. You meet up scott here some other com and be one of these tampa bay area. Thanks to all the organizers and the marnie total douchebag here this is emily. I'm from cincinnati. This is my second meet up first. One was in ohio. Second one here. Florida can't wait for my next. This is shots my sister mattie who loves the noodle gun and paths blue ribbon on what assaulted slaves. Dad here catchers in newport richie just hanging out with a salty slaves this is heather and i'm adduce bag. I've noticed a trend here. Yeah have you noticed it too. Yeah douchebag bag this is not a badge of honor no and the fact that they're there and i'm noticing that's you mentioned at florida's loaded with douchebag bags. We have like a couple of dame's worthington dame patricia. There's a few famous. Don't donate tours in florida. But now that i think about it. We very few donations from florida. And they're they are at a meet up that we're plugging and they're bragging about it like bastards. Thank you serious live. you're right we. We both noticed the same trend. It's like douchebag. Hi emma douchebag. I'm in florida. I'm gonna do speak berry very disturbing a little bit. well anyway. Let's promote some of these fantastic meetups. This is a great experience. Everybody should at least witnessed this once. You need to go to a no agenda meet up. They are completely decentralized disorganized. Hypothesized i don't have any more is is It's just where people go hang out in. We have one thing in common We're all members of enslaves of gitmo nation. And that seems to be enough for everybody to have a good time and no triggering and no one is triggered. Today you can go to the truth. Wants to go out in franklin tennessee. At four o'clock at the bunga nut pig Monday local one. That's michigan local one. We survive monday being an arbor. Six o'clock at anthony's gourmet pizza brand new july first. That'll be thursday. The denver biweekly meet up tacos birthday at six thirty in city park denver museum of nature and science also on thursday the sacramento superspreader meet up his regularly scheduled events. Seven o'clock at urban routes brewing. Now coming up in the rest of july the second through the fourth. This is the big Meet up slash official business meeting in rice. Free slumped in the netherlands at the penalty of thirty or forty. People are going to be showing up if not more staying at the hotel. Be debauchery on the second. Houston texas july third franklin tennessee july fourth. Catch ken. arkansas. G- greater idaho and dubrovnik croatia july tenth montreal quebec pittsburgh. Pa anchorage alaska and finished with the eleventh. Fort myers florida charleston. South carolina and durham north carolina. There's a lot and if those people going through our bags decided not be douche bags and mentioned that in your meet up report would a glorious day would be no agenda meet. Ups dot com. If you can't find one near you just start one. It's easy and they are all like a party won't be offended now entering half until well aliens flying saucers and the biggest ship in history. The long-awaited pentagon report on. Ufo's was released today. And it echoes the reporting from sixty minutes that there are a lot of unexplained more than one hundred and forty since two thousand three including eleven near misses with. us aircraft. There is no evidence the report says that adversaries like russia or china are behind them so these sightings remain a mystery total disappointment nothing new in fact the even say it here. It was just like reporting said from the cia broadcast systems to. What are they doing that. You see this report quote unquote report. Preliminary lord it's basically what. Cbs had had. We know what it is. This guy saw that he saw that. This was this was this was on the screen. That thing was a blue. Is that one one report that was collapse balloon. Okay they have absolutely nothing such a such a setup. Well did anyone expect more than that. No but i'm hopeful. I mean right along with the thousands of sealed indictments. Yeah it's the same bay. Yeah more or less the same. As the thousand ten thousand sealed indictments the at is ten thousand. I have one. I think one final clip for us today isos again so i have to say okay. I play mine. Then you'll play yours. Yeah sure okay. So i have the stay safe for. I got a lot for some reason. Thirty three minutes left long. This is funny though Nice no i have. This one hurt my feelings kind of like that. One scrotal distancing k. This one is good. It's a miracle the miracle. So i got you have some clearly. You have something that is superior. Because you're you're just better superior. But i don't know if they're gonna beat stay safe with the guy yelling at. That's really the kind good died this words. It's the way delivers them. yes I got worked. Hard worked hard. He worked hard on that. I like it. it's jen. Psaki saying you worked hard on that. I like it as the show is okay It's a little long. Three seconds is long secretary k Secretary expecting it'll drown. it'll it's not not enough dynamics. That's no good okay. You're right huge fan okay. I mean you're a huge fan of adam curry. Yeah no painful. It's just too painful. I love that one though has now we have trump and this is this is i think this one could work could win. Keep it going. Just keep it goes you we keep it going or get the hell out also long also three seconds. I mean just compare it will just keep it keep it going get the hell out of with kind of a fade out versus say i mean come on okay. Stay safe winds just has to has to. I'm sorry because i see that you did a lot of put a lot of effort into it. I did in contrast to when i have zero of them and i'm scolded and be rated. No you're not and then tonight. I actually go out of my way to find some good ones here and there and then cooling jen psaki. There was a little just too long. That's all the stay safe is a good one. I'm not gonna deny that it's it's punchy. Closes the show nicely. It's got a lot of energy as better than heil hitler. Oh god these ziegfeld right. It's not good. Semi final clip is from an audio book. One of our producers sent to me mark lane mark lane very serious journalist. I'd i'd never really heard of him. But i looked to look at his history and he has been top top Journalists for bbc and Many many big mainstream outlets and he wrote a book about do you know with mark done a lot of work. He's the real deal right. i'd say so. Yeah so he wrote a book in two thousand twelve about the murder of jfk. But it was. This is most no agenda listeners. Who've been around for a while we'll understand. This will know this mechanism. But i thought it was nice to have about a minute of explaining how the media really works and how that works in conjunction with the cia broadcasting is. We're just the central intelligence agency directly the cia and the media after the cia had widely distributed. It's then secret. Memorandum instructing its assets to destroy critics of the warren report including me and offered specific language for book reviewers columnists and interviewers to employ in those efforts. It developed a method for making the false charges appear to originate elsewhere. A survey of the language that the assets used reveals. How many of them utilize the methods and even precise and identical language that had been provided to them. This is the method now employed an independent. Publication is chosen to mask the source a cia puppet is placed there and given an impressive title. The cia then provides the propaganda. It appears as an independent concept when published the cia employing its official website c. I a. dot gov then cites the independent writer and the independent publication as the source as it spreads its false allegations throughout the world in the intelligence world. Some refer to this as sheep dipping. Their wolf had been dipped into a sheep's bath and came up smelling quite neutral. I'd never heard the term sheep-dipping sheep dipping I may have heard it. But it's something. I've never used But his his his D- the flaw to. This is where i think we're revealed in one of the clips. Had from one of the a women who said that you can sometimes if you deconstruct things. A certain way it's tell to spot the spot the spooks right and and the mechanism in this case which he kind of hinted upon and we use it as a trick is to look for the exact same wordage who is producing these these phrases in other words. We did this during the up period. We tried this just this morning with thirty the thirty years versus forty years. Whether that's shot or not but it's an example. Yeah is an example. How you do it and so you with google. It's very easy to do it. Because you can just put a phrase that everyone's using and it's and there's interest if they're byline they should not be using exact same phrases. Because that is a form of plagiarism. But if you look for bylined writers or or or correspondence that we did this with feinstein when she was bitching about the fact that she wanted a release of the torture memo as i recall back in the day during the obama administration and a whole bunch of people were ass including Richard at the nbc. The richard engel respond angle. And they're all these people were asked about it what you think. They should do that and they the ones who said no no. They should not do that. Because it's probably not a good idea. At which the journalists never does journalists will always. Yeah we just as much information as you can. Let's look up wikileaks. Us do all these things. And the once you're saying no no no. You shouldn't do that or you. Shouldn't you shouldn't look at wikileaks or you should these these. This is all a tell a deconstructed properly and you can see well. That's guy's a spook is just a mouthpieces. Another speaker spook or a stooge one of the two. You don't know for sure because you're not looking at their pay stubs but the So yeah it's a very common thing but it kind of backfires in the modern era because the modern era makes it very easy to track backtrack and deconstruct and reverse engineer who the spooks are if you know what you're doing and i'll say that This was two thousand twelve. We should update it and say see is not so interested in posting on their own official website. That just give it to the new york. Times seems to be more effective. And i just did a search in our in our archive for feinstein. Cia just twenty seconds. I don't know what it is. Let's see so let's focus in right here. Loops fade down a little bit more for you. Oh this is reverse language cheese. Do we ever played that or remember it. Seattle playing feinstein backwards and it sounds like she's saying the cia paid me. That was second half a show crap right there. This is my favorite time. All right. that's the only really analysis from her. Yeah yeah it's a beautiful system but you're right it's For people who know what to look for. I think we do a good job with that a lot. We have many producers who who have caught onto that and do a pretty good job. Yeah it's pretty easy to. It's not that hard. No i mean in many cases especially in the companies and like the guy says there's a bunch one of these characters very high possession of possession position is print is put into various news in forgiven a title of kitchen title and moved into india Stays there are in. Sometimes he's competent. You're gonna weiss this guy here Why is this grey haired guy with that. Always overdress with the blue shirt in the regimental tie in a brooks brothers suit. Why is this guy here at all. And why is he paid so well. Why's he got this title in. Weiser been fired Well after awhile you can get a clue about these things these days. That is just joe biden. Gave him an impressive title. The guy does he just mumbling and bumbling around and hopefully you have a happy upbeat clip to with hip left. I'm done i. I ran my clip list. Completely out then i would I put it in the show notes. I suggest everyone go take a look or just do a quick little search for london protests. Yesterday you not hear you. Jenny thing about this in the m five m not a peep to must've been hundreds of thousands of people i've never seen such like the old days it's huge monstrous protests. And they're logging the streets yes and any other some of his a lot of footage a lot of you know livestream stuff and you know someone saying hey man. You're not wearing masks. And then people getting in their face and then in this very odd. Young people have this tendency to speak on each other. This seems to be a trend. I don't think it was like that when i was young. But when when they're in an argument. I'm talking you know millennial twenty ext. Maybe i'm just giving age range. Looks like they're between twenty two and twenty nine and they get an argument and they're fighting and eventually one will spit on the other and the other one will spit back. There's no fisticuffs. There's no there's no fight the breaks out but they spit at each other. I've seen this everywhere. I have not noticed this yet. And i wonder if it's a thing. Millennials are very interested in getting more interesting as time goes by there was the the new I think it was episode. Three of the kamensky method other. Michael douglas. i. I've seen all of it. I love that show will. The new season is underway while at the end of last season is the last season and They brought in Some interesting this new angles. This some aspects are aren't quite as funny as it used to be but they do have the scene where this one girl in his class is acting class gets the job and all the other students all the other day hater. Guts and and Michael douglas character. He's tries to say now. You should be happy you should be. You know you should be encouraging each other. You should congratulate and there. And he keeps giving him lectures instance. He leaves the room. They all look at each other. Where's this guy. Come planet from we. We hate this girl because she got a job. And it's kind of this. This is a very common phenomenon amongst the millennials. This kind of I noticed the number of years ago in j. c. Was getting as a coder because you went to the one of the camps digging code and we camp and he mentioned he mentioned to me that all his friends are they worked about it. Nobody's happy about it or have for him and he he just thought they all you know. There's this millennials. Do not like the they. They want everyone to psycho group of people that just do not reward success with compliments or anything positive is very strange but it was portrayed in the community was susie did it on a on the commissioner myth kaminsky method. I said there it is. There's a the best example in fact it's very well the second and this is something we need to explore so when it comes to this younger generation i don't wanna pay him with z or millennia. But it's it's a trend. Younger people certainly younger than we are. When it's when it's an actual achievement. Something really good. There's some kind of jealousy and spite however when someone does a great you know makeup video for tiktok or wears a cute dress. It's like you queen boss beauge row awesome. That's an interesting point. Which i think is also all thing. It's completely disingenuous for the most part for the most part Well it's it's. It's something that needs to be discussed or looked at a little deeper. Because i don't know what blong term effects of it are. It could be that. They're just extremely competitive or they're just a bunch of losers right Well the good news is we have many many producers in this age group and they are very observant. And i'm sure they'll let us know. And i'd like to know about this. Self inflicted hate amongst the group and to spitting is speeding attrition bidding. I never heard of. I'd like to hear about that. Yeah i is. That is that the united states phenomenon is a european thing. I've well no the the The most recent spitting was in london. Okay let's england. So that's not just america but i've seen most of it w listen america most of it in america and this particular and i guess that's it maybe it's because the reptile. Dna is finally through into the jeans. And it's just people turning into lizards spitting. Toxins spit brand new to no agenda. Stream is misinformed nation. Episode number five circle woke Which will be on right after this. Show on. No agenda stream dot com. Join them in the troll room-to-room dot. Io we've got to enter show mixes maxes talking. Today's tom stark weather and sound guy. Steve returns and this is the last show from opportunities. Own thirty three here. In austin texas the capital the drone star state. I will remain in fema region number six but the next time you hear me. Hopefully everything will be put together Coming to you from the heart of hill country texts in the morning. Everybody adam curry and from northern silicon valley. We're there we. It's all hill country. I'm john c devora return on thursday. Please remember us at divorce. Dot org slash. Na look forward to deconstructing whatever comes our way until then and search own but it didn't answer the question and this is not like this is actual stuff that that matters a lot of what the heck it was. In that case it was march two flipping ballooner turns out. It was a large deflating balloon. 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I'm going to be going around the country. Spending time american people. I had hoped and open mind and lost completely and my mind is closed. His presidency is fake and failed. The point is that what's happening. Is that the bottom. Line is what that generative was values driven high-standard transparent financing mechanism. We're gonna provide. Sky is starting to lose it whether he's totally beginning chicks whether excuse his age or his mental state we are reaching a place with president biden where faxing names. They're all elusive to chinese things. As women hold up half the world is an absolute stupid sans. I know probably embarrassing point out. Say that shown your salt. It's not a little forgetful. Easter some goofy kind of tikey. Parking dude on the world stage can't finish sentence. I keep forgetting unprecedented. Moepo borax dot org slash.

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Dr. Drew After Dark w/ Christina P | Ep. 51

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Dr. Drew After Dark w/ Christina P | Ep. 51

"Dr Drew and this doctor after dark after after dark may contain sexually oriented content unsuitable for young children. Everybody welcome to Dr After Dark. Don't forget Merch actually address again. merch method dot com slash. Tom Cigar is that right. That is merch method. I've been chanting about it like crazy on my little streaming aiming showy do check out that streaming show by the way I do a little Sunday live show with calls live calls set up a doctor DOT TV. And get the t shirts at mercy method dot Com Slash Thompson. And people still love the the one that embarrasses me the most and I say the great shirt whenever put anything bigger than this in your anus. who asked me that in the first impression is that you don't prolapse? Yeah I think so right those either Christina. Tom Probably the doctor. After dark at DOT COM and of course eight one eight two five three one six nine three for the voice message. We appreciate very much. You hurt you know you know I the need so introduction. What's going on I love you? You're a saint. Oh the Robert Paul Champagne video if tour is it up yet. Of course it's been on tour holding onto that you haven't seen the tour no L.. The House yeah. Yes no did not get to see that. I let me acknowledge you is being A kind human being compassionate human will look at this young lady was thinking about this. Just for the micro. If you remember the first time you showed me to try to video I d say what I say. Oh my God. Why are you showing me this? But what did I say about my feeling the trauma I said I feel really bad. Yeah I feel really bad for Robert Polish and we sucked that compassion. Right out here did and now I feel worse. Now I really feel bad psycho. You Wanna I feel like a psycho but I feel like we've upset Him and terrible about that because I have a connection with them and And I have to be super careful because our use terminology elegy that I considered to be non pejorative and non-judgmental and just matter of fact about the human experience right so I just I just see varieties of humans. And so if I say something like hoarding which I think are positive thing. I don't mean that pejoratively negativity. That's his that's the beheading and I you would not have been fun if he were not a horror by the way just mentioning his house May may I in his defense because he just lost his mother he said in December of Twenty nineteen nineteen. Now as someone I lost my mother. Four years ago you inherit a lot of stuff that when somebody passes and all of that was from his mother and it can be very hard to let go go of. I'm letting go of her item so in his defense. It's an emotional. Obviously has his hoarding in general. Yeah he can't go that food which did not for mom. And then he can't get loaded the Santa Maria You haven't seen that. I haven't seen that. But he has a Santamaria alter is at an altar. It's not century okay. Civically Santeria and is it every league with the devil. It's for the devil. And is he serious or he's just saying okay About my most the most important question is is how did you get him to wear a sweater. I know I think he was out of respect. That's again I feel bad. He was very respectful anywhere pants and he wore pants. I know even and And I love him. I love her to let him to that. So it's sad when we upset Him and he feels that we're judging him because that's not what I'm I'm doing now I for the some of the things that I've spoken that he could get upset with the things that I worry about for him. Yes what are you. What are your worries for high? Worry about the the rodent situation and the not the rodent of insect situation in in his apartment building. No okay. Oh you don't think it's really willing. What do you mean bugs? Those pretty pretty common in New York. Okay I'll check it out. When is that coming out native We're whole ever since. He expressed that he was upset with us. We decided to hold onto it until smooth things so I got you okay. I don't want him to think and I wear his costumes. I wear in his in the you see the tour. Oh Okay I didn't know if you brought some back with you. No no no. I wore them in the room. There can he kindly let me do that. It's nice and and he sees the whole thing. He does play I Anderson yes right but is it though is it though whereas Dumars. Mr Asked Multiple Times. Is it about mass. Batory routine is I like to be other people. Pleasure he does say I'm away from their their things when I but when you say that. Aren't you really saying that about yourself yourself when you're like I do it for this thing. That's he's trying to get away from his own thing. Maybe he likes doing it right. And he's certainly very creative and I want to go with him outside the apartment. So if if the issue is his he's upset with what you're talking about the apartment that we you know in any way permit speaking negatively about his home. Let's go. Let's Tom and I want to take him to find restaurant. I would love to see you guys have a steak dinner and see what that is like. We taught our Robert. You were invited to steak dinner with Thomson or I want to go with him down to Coney Island and see the show now. He has a big thing about drag drag Queens. He's brought this up before not happy. The gender stuff is very disturbing to him. What do you think that's what's going on? What's that about? It's almost like his. I want him to speak to this but I think what I learned from him. was that the the leather culture in the gay community. He was with in with sort of. Its own whole and that these other things have begun by the metaphor. Well the Brown h hall. And and it's and it's something getting eroded sort of change and he doesn't like seeing change and change by these others forces and things. He likes what it was that culture culture and it was interesting. He said in the interview was that it's you took it like a man. There was no crying it was actually a very masculine for gayness and yeah I think for him it feels like the drag queens are like feminizing. Yes he doesn't like that softness he does. He does gate his gaze dot correct. Yeah his gaze. Masculine mask okay. That's it he's but pounder called year like that would you be. What would you be if you were gay running? I never had a gay moment in in college I did not. I think I had a a gay like I think developmentally. It's very com for young young boys like eight to twelve to start. Have you sort of Not Romantic feelings but sort of what they are affectionate feelings towards the males and peers and stuff. And I remember that kind of feeling. Didn't really think much of it. Yeah kind of went away and have you ever been Given a BJ on a ride. Hi to Disneyland by mail. No just by a woman You ever figure banged anybody on Pirates of the Caribbean know. Think Oh that means yes ferris wheel and your pants. I don't think so I. I don't like though my wife does okay. I don't like the public stuff. Oh your wife down yes and has she do you guys indulge. She like one time I did. There was one time. This is why it's called Dr drew after dark bitches. One time in the car as we drove in our neighborhood which is normally dark secluded like long sweeping driveway up into the hills. And as this gut going We noticed thousands of people descending coming and surrounding our car there was a period where they'd have these flash parties. Were they'd had one in our neighborhood. And as we got one hundred maybe hundreds hundreds of kids surrounding. There's five cop cars right next to Leo. And they're like they're like reading me by name and Dr Fru And did you have your naked. You're smelling everything was put away crude. Okay you were you in doing it in the moment. Oh this is this oral sex REX. WHOA look at you? When do you guys have a healthy marriage? Congratulations was quite a moment. Good for you know about it. It was his glorious first he is concerned. Love it swinging out and I love it. Dr Drew after Dr Damn Homie. You nastiest Hell drew. I knew so. It's always the buttoned up once again. We're talking about. I have an issue. You had some stuff yes some stuff from first of all first of all you guys. You talked a lot about me being obsessed you said obsessed with Brown on the episode atop owning it. You brought me up and I have to say I've never felt so validated and seen good before we understood yes and I would like to thank you for that too pleasure. Secondly what I don't like is that you've given in any a pass. Yeah validated what. The fuck man. He's walking around thinking it's normal to not brown. It was normal normal. I said it's fine. I Ah I actually look. He could get something called. I think I mentioned on the show called toxic mega colon. Which is the coin can lose its ability to just that's nothing but he seems to have mastered the He's absolutely the Ninja Master of Shit? And you know he has how. How many flushes did he say per episode? You said at least six lease six. And he is clearly deeply has the whole story about with his mom's kid and it's very deeply psychological but I don't want him to feel bad about it he's going to harm himself or that it's people get weird obsessions about Brown having to get out of the body and also the stuff don't so you feel gross if you don't Brown Brown in the morning after my coffee and I find if I'd miss that window I just feel full and uncomfortable. No I've nowhere nece. Yeah but I take shit tons of metamucil which really puts a lot of bulk into the whole situation. You like this conversation and and so it's more frequent than I used to be. How many times you going a day one but I could go three or four without noticing? What but when? You're when I was gonNA bulk so we don't you. Didn't you say that that was bad to go three or four times a day. Three or four days. Oh I'm noticing. Oh wow okay but from a psychological set. So you're saying you don't want to kind of put it in and he's head that it's abnormal because we don't want to ever giving him grief and I'm going to go on team in I. I say it's unusual. It's unusual and again I worry about this one thing medically. I don't worry about it. I don't worry about psychologically urgently. Don't worry about it. Don't worry of those kinds of things. I worry about the site the psychological element. He's pretty good. He's pretty functions. Very well right. He's not a sign of some major psychiatric problem at all. I think it is wrong as a comedian pass me as a comedian. Who studied studied? Nothing Brown blocks of Thomas acquatic. Let me take those. You'd think that holding onto it the control it's a but people want to like Freud made a lot of that does. OCD is he counting and do ooh OCD too. I have my own things. Biology that goes with anxiety and panic and things like that so he's he's probably got some kind of anxiety thank Oh sure some ideal bill but he also this thing is this is a deeply held almost like belief you know the the the Brown keeping the Browning holding it must hold it in. I feel safer when it's a control. A price aid for trolling. We should get him in here. He's beginning to see for himself. You and we're going to get him back in here. Maybe when I think I'm coming on your show soon then when it come on come on. That's by the way I am. We are all team any. I don't want him to think we're told him the DOB I was like look look look words in my mouth. I we're all just concerned. Yeah we're considering what I told you what did I do. I called said Kit. Cut some stuff out. I don't want to be upset member. Yeah Okay and he goes he goes he goes he goes goes. Yeah well we made promos out of those segments suits brutal gonNA produce look good moments where brutal but because we love and we want I. We want people to be their best. That's true and we do it through be raitment and humiliation the only way we know how will tell me about your tick. What's going on with them? Trying to understand this mike well time do you spend so much I it's listen I do it for the thrill and the joy that they bring all I get when I go on to talk all I get the same looking down the lady with crop top doing the same dance. You're not looking in the right place. How is that I just go? I should say more one over and over and over again because my doing that. You're doing it because you're you're promoting a healthy algorithm. What you need to do you find that you have to promote the unhealthy alker? Okay so you're GONNA take. Let's find something that's a little outside the margins loon a little weird you hit heart. Now you're telling the program like Weird Shit man you're like in normal stuff and anything. I just started follow up and through. What I guess? Doesn't know your preferences look this. Let's chicks next. Go the minute you find someone remotely look any different than the other. I mean. You've never seen this talk in my life. I'm nasty girl I told you they all look the same and there's a volcano and then there's like Brown. You've I need to. I know I'll help you get mail stuff on your phone for like a week and I'll say this is good. This is tragedy. It's like a dragon. I can hear you now. You're on your way Bra. Oh you have to sign up for. You're not even signed up. Oh that's the problem true. Let me give you DETTORI real after okay. Okay for to talk now actually have legitimate medical question for you. Apropos or mental health discussion just had about any but brown about about well no psychological ecological. Oh CDs so I I have generalized anxiety disorders. What I was diagnosed with and I've been taking pro ten milligrams a day? I I love it. It's been great. Am I going to create holes in my brain. Am I gonNA get timers so no zero facially week. Low dose is that weak doc week a weekend. Sri Lows no way okay. What about alcohol may have wine s UCSC? But I've my friends who are also on it. We're like my psychiatrist. Says No al.. How how much they on the same does ten or maybe twenty twenty significantly lower dose? You might have an issue there but even there you'd say once in a while I don't drink a lot but it's not gonNa make holes in my brain. No No. No no no. Would you. Alzheimer's somebody fucking email me and I'm like you can't take whatever you're taking a drink and you're going to get holes in your brain and I was like thank you. Thank you stranger on the Internet for making me married. And where did we get this idea of holes in the brain the whole Alzheimer's strokes. So what are they talking about. I was I was thinking about my friend. Mark Airbus the other day. I'm splendid because I they convinced me. Behold my brand thaad and I didn't challenge it I I'm so what is he talking about a pet scan where the blood supplies blood flow is down in certain areas. That doesn't mean anything well. What is dementia? AH DEMENTIA IS LAW. neuronal loss destruction of brain tissue and like a whole black out pro drain. No it's generalized. It's cordial the holes when you're just as CI- speak okay. I have another question I want to do that. The is it called a Brakha test will do it go put color or dot Com and send your spit and they do brock as well as twenty dollars. Okay now explain to me exactly what. This is the Bracha Brock. Essentially these are all genes you know. DNA right has to replicate the replication. Process is extreme bow chemically. It's a miracle that it happens. I mean it's so complicated. Aided Heston wind and snip and backfill. There's all these these mechanisms that have to work and it's just proteins following thermodynamics. That make it happen. There's no brain they're doing it. It's just chemical processes and you know the entropy and infiltrate working itself out in these macromolecules and inevitably their mistakes and so there are proteins that are responsible to go back and repair the mistakes because they're always mistakes. Well certain of US me. You have an astronaut background with your your Ashkenazi. So is this one sad. He's shit he's like one hundred one corroded gene. Yeah so so. So Hungary Andrew Common right onto those out here. So the some of those repair DNA molecules repair molecules aren't aren't so good Darren to five something called Lynch Syndrome which says Associated Gi cancers and things like that and Branca's the one for breast in. Okay so it'll it's a predictor of whether or not I will likely get it. Is that the deal yeah again. Most the predictions were done in Washington. Ozzy Jews interestingly that that was the wrong but You know if you have one of those they give you a geneticist that you'll you'll meet with at the end if you have any maladies at all. They're two hundred bucks that's racing. Isn't that and win. An amazing resource and five years ago. Ten thousand dollars of cord so I make all my patients do. That's color dot com. Oh you've patience really medical so you see yesterday talked to a bunch on the way in here. It's amazing deal. 'cause I'm I'm getting. I'm getting very paranoid. I'm forty three people. My Hi is getting all these things and I've been putting off getting my physical because I'm like well. I got Tom got an idea yet. But I'm putting off because I'm like I gotta move in two weeks. What if I don't have cancer and then I'll start chemotherapy third before I moved into the house? I WANNA make sure I'm unpacked before I go into treatment. We've already got yourself diagnosed. One the graves or any cancer. Your family grandma died oppressed cancer. What age of forty something? Oh Yeah my mom just had like minor benign things removed from her breasts than but I've not had so far Conoco. No colon pancreas buddy now. We're cockroaches we were just alcoholics sweet sausage and we live and live and live so that most of my wife's family but my mom's take those genes into my because because he's resilient. Yeah well my mom died of lymph Shetland Boma non-hodgkin's is that GonNa am. I GONNA die of that too early. Okay okay can I test for that on colored DOT COM. There are some humid logic things in there. Yeah I think there are but I. There's no way you have something like that now but yeah I think they have a couple of those genes in there. Yeah Okay kick cool. Yeah and if you're positive they will test your first degree relatives for Fifty Bucks Really Neat. It's crazy don't want any of my relatives. There was a live though. They're not that great. I just gotTa just by Dag a couple of good cousins somewhere in here Never he would be so he would be like to make fun of me. How how great would that be? It would be fantastic very serious and then of course we talk about him afterwards. The very I wish I wish he would. He's not into it. He wouldn't know now disappointing. I know we should bring your wife in here. I think people people talk when you talk medical stuff do you guys do you talk medical to her and is she like not really because she's on some of these we're redoing these little streaming things right now where people are asking medical questions and her response to I always. How do you know so much what I'm saying 'cause I imagine being her when I'm listening any unlike? How does this motherfucker know? How are you keeping your brain healthy? Thousands of years of training. The training is crazy but I will tell you that I've had a very very unique experience because I was working both in psychiatric hospital and Medical Hospital at the same time and sort of caring onto career seeing lots of things. There's nothing I haven't seen and so I feel like that kind of experience is not. I want to kind of give it back now questions because there aren't a lot of young physicians trained with all that anymore now and it's bothering me. Well I just think there aren't a lot of people made like you anymore. Like people that give a shit you intrinsically care about. Yeah I guess so. I noticed a lot of them are like five. o'clock gotta get Outta here that I don't understand it. Aw that's that's what we dig in. Let's plants it'll midnight here we go. Yeah you're could American solid citizen speaking of which you weren't asked me about the political run. Yeah what are you doing president hero none. So because I was musing talking about how mobilized I am emotionally by the homeless for our all of our problems of colors got and and I was on Corollas podcast. It was amusing about You know I think I'm shifts district manager running at chef. I just brought that out. Well the hill calls me do an interview and I don't do print interviews because they always distort you realize how fake news is when they read a story about you. Oh yeah they. Oh It's completely rod. Always look you transcribe what I say. I'll do it because I'm GonNa get this say something very clearly to you that I am not running for Congress. She did it. I got lesser appreciated that and then five of their outlets. It distorted every word. It was a great study and fake news. It was really occur in every other hour was. He's running even though the article was about how I am not. We're not running. I wish you would though. But Sacramento a couple of days ago gave her talk and weren't you in the White House. Didn't you talk. Yeah they're getting a little bit with him but mostly is is his smart people. There were really trying about the homelessness stuff. They're interested. What do we have to do? Drew tell me we really want to this. Yeah Okay 'cause I see these people it's it's an epidemic a billions of dollars billions of dollars. We can't touch these people. The laws prevent us from doing. We can't touch these people physically you're saying can't get nearly can't treat them why. Let's let's they say I need help. I need help as soon as they say I. I'm fine. I don't want anything ninety percent of drug addicts. Don't get treatment. Do you know why eighty percent of the ninety percent. Say I don't need it. Why would okay fine relaxed schizophrenia? Bipolar and drug addiction causes something called Anisette no-show which is a block in the ability to see what is a block of insight site. They can't see what's happening to them. They can't see their illness so they're whatever whatever that means fire relax go leave me alone and if you can't they and now the law in California cornea privileges anesthesia if you have anesthesia from dementia will now. We have to treat you right that because we're idiots Russia because because we should have the same approach to any brain disease the hiring percent. If your brain isn't working that blocks your ability to understand what's happened to and you'll deteriorate. We need to help you and believe amy when they when they get better. They're pissed people left them deteriorate on the streets and the real problem is dimension never gets better. Yeah can't get battered progresses schizophrenia. You get an early. They can really help. And if you let it go a long time it's over there's no aren't their paternal laws in California. The seatbelt law. There's taxes on cigarettes. Why can't we were just up there? There's something called ten bill six forty. Call Your Congressman Dear State officials which was but family members up there saying please expand the deficit of gravely disabled disabled so we can get a conservative ship and bring our loved. One time we have money we have doctors. We have a place to live. Eat F you get out here. That's what the State Senate to get. Get get interesting. And so s forty. Everybody that needs to be passed made expand gravely disabled me to disband conservative ships. We need to modify prop forty seven. My drug addict. Patients aren't so happy here coming in using 'cause we made those legal now essentially here the drug addictions you can use. The streets is shooting heroin. So you just wherever you look. They're using did you be mad tally. Now I it's just it's just wide open and this year and then we have to find some kind of environment for care. We have to some sort of. Where's that well? We have to build them. We need more psychiatric beds. We we've got the money to do it. We just have to do it. So why are they why are they so why is it so visible right now. Why is that? It's because they they don't belong in the prison either now spilled out of prison onto the streets. It all started way back with a guy named Robert Felix that convince President Kennedy Past Ask the Community Mental Health Act which closed down the state hospitals and no provisions were made for what to do with the peoples they ended up in the nursing homes the prisons the streets and dead and now we we decided they don't belong in the prisons but they don't they got him out of the prisons and no no plan for what to do with them. Let them die in the streets releasing three a day in California eh one every other day in Sacramento. If this were some other disease state can you imagine i. I'd be an outrage this brain disease. It's a mental illness problem. How do people think it's a homeless laziness? It's like these people are not lazy mentally ill. Diseases untreated and we don't treat. We're the only Washington Oregon typical for only three states in any country. Any place in the world where they don't treat mental illness bananas. It's Bananas Bananas exactly so anyway I don't want to get to know. I'm glad we're talking about your a friend. I have smart enough to talk about this stuff. Well drives me crazy physician. I'm watching people die in the streets and I can't stand. I know exactly what to do. Exactly how they can thrive and and I. It's literally so you can imagine that feeling because I spent thirty years dealing with this population. I've treated them forever. We just need to open up psych wards and put them we have. I would have to have some sort of community based with with a centralized treatment center with community and Vocational Rehab some sort of meaningful cultural existence for them not the old hospitals but we need to have these treatment of Farmington Overton. They've got one hundred thousand of them we deal with. And some of them are gonNA chronic custodial care and they're not going to be able to leave a lot of them not a lot but but a significant percent and then what are we going to take up in Sacramento. They told me ninety percent using math ninety percent. And that's a good drug. That's what makes people happy and smart police like their hair on fire there classically you're talking about content creators for your mom's house. I don't WANNA lose that demographic at August those are top users. We have any videos. Can you show us in the Patients well let's start with Britney. Don't you think could have something going on what you think is going going on with. Britney Spears drew guys. This is what my Christmas tree looks like this year. When was this past Christmas on? Its grant the sprinting. What's going to happen? Take anybody else concern. I will say that we are the ones that added in them. Use it because she had something that we can't play. Yeah so other than the music choice. The rest Israel I keep hearing. She's trying to get out of our conservative ship chip and this is exactly she's alive and thriving because this conservative ship. If she gets out of it it's going to unravel. I'm very fearful for her What's going on should severe bipolar disorder? Yes I think so. That's what I heard severe and maybe some substances mixed in there to all that does this go on as well you know. I follow her on the Graham. I'm pretty familiar with a lot of it is like look at me. I would really hot today like exercising. Because she thinks she's just doing promotion. A little videos probably needs to be able to do what you twenty two kind of thing. Yes which I feel bad for her like she's beautiful woman and she's does not look well doesn't salute you. Here's the thing is that I follow her a lot. So this is the norm for her. Like I feel like it's not that outrageous because I follow her disarmer. It's normal for her because she ever get off the rails and No no this is this is it. This is like the this is this. This is the high end of the promotion. Yeah Misamis modeling. You know. That's fine that's her whole life. I know I know I am I going yeah. I'M A fan. I like her. I think she's great now. What about this guy? A one more cover for today signed going to sing GimMe more war by Britney originally Capello no music in the background just me. I'm good at this song Jordan. Fine I hope I know it's going to be good it is. I know it's GonNa be good to. This is a cool dude. Yeah cool cool. I just WANNA dance with him. Every time they show the lights who just want to go the extra I should say you public display of Vansh. Who there's like? No one else in the ooh calm down no one rouse thank rock and I'm having a very strange thought you like it. I do. I like it I like all right. We've got it makes me wonder under who David Bowie would have been come become if he were alive today isn't that what would what would he have morphed into if he had a phone that he did all kinds of weird stuff in front of all you know what I mean you think. Bollywood have gone that far off. I think he might have gone further her us all about being outrageous and gas and he might have spun out you think so because otherwise he couldn't really he couldn't know during the iggy stardust. Yes yes yes. Yeah I if he couldn't do his thing until he got out onstage year he'd be morphing and back and pushing the envelope Japan guys like that. That's trail who knows creatively leaps and bounds. Because he does remind me actually. It's a very punk ethic. He reminds me of you. Know Richard Hell the voids that all that old like eighties early got no punk punk. Strictly punk Richard Health liked by the community. I like him key kid. He could have done that as a punk version. I like it. Okay keep going wild animals. Oh this is insanity. So there's this epidemic of lunatics who are in depending wild the animals. We played a zoo and got a lion put. There is a woman who was getting her mouth licked. Open this what we saw. Yeah Yeah it'd be about dogs Lick my mouth and you know why there's Richard Hell up up up the pink secret. The he looked like that this and avoids this is similar to what he would have become today. This concerning me concerning me. Because it's like these cool guys don't have a chance. Yeah these cook. What do you mean? They don't have visual value. I feel bad for them. They don't know that they're being crazy. They don't know he thinks he's rocking out. He thinks he is Richard. How but then let it hat let them have it? Sure you can have is it. Danny Danny Kruger then in Kroger Shining. Krieger for yes CA. Yeah then a cruise staff so pending wild animals. Yeah when you saw the wo- The World Yeah Yeah and now we have some people talk about a friend you tell us what's wrong with these people and or animals. Jesus this this is this is what the hell would you do that. No so why. Why what do we have to have all the cleavage and stuff panic? This fetish thing. Alligators and Cleveland is a fetish for those we just listening. Finish everything we've been in like a titty Leotard. And she's like playfully petting a crocodile. Not just how much money wanting to do that. Like how much would you take me. Yeah we put we put you on the Leotard. Though thank you know pitches so dumb. The part that's hanging down there shopped off. Yeah with alligator. How much do you wish that would happen this video? I wish rush. What's wrong with people? Why do they do that? What's wrong with you that you wish you'd never boobs off what's wrong with you is? There more petting greedy and one crocodiles. There you go bare fuck man. Ohno asshole hugging a bear. You heard birds bear story. Of course the whole world has worship reminds me of that guy looking which I was GonNa say if we get my wife Never GonNa get the Atlanta University. Oh all the wives of these look at US lunatic waves up show. Just take over the whole. That's a great idea. I think we should do. Lives lives of look at this guy kind of mental illness. Does he have a bear like trainer and Susie Susie. He's assist some crazy guy no hitting his leg. Come on God knows what he's doing on you ever encountered a bear to show big. They are now. How big are their Salinas's pairs? There's sometimes these big big penis guerrillas. Don't have a very small penises seriously. What's that all about? What do you think let me ask you this? Do you think a man's penis is proportionate to his tall nece his height and his hand size hands yes to some extent. Wait a minute you're just blew. Open a debate okay. Tom And I have been having for but but hands too not not a one to one correspondence but some correspond. Go ahead large thick back. You know soft tissue and the hands that your you begged on probably yeah high. Probably a reasonable probability. Have you done an analysis of the races. His and their penile sizes like have you done an elaborate study art amidst Trudeau. Asian men have smaller penises. Eric Uh my buddy John. I love Dr Ken. So that he's GonNa be on the show to That's an an of one were. It looks pretty good. As there's certain amount of micro pain I involved with that and You know played football and there was there was sort of a little nope survey going on during high school football and the African American men. Yeah generally not exclusively but generally what saddle but there's plenty twenty of us that are that are big Deng I've seen those Jews Jewish boyfriends on guarantee. I don't we know about that I never bone on Gary and no no no no okay well. Let's go somewhere else. I would actually give you uncomfortable. Well I mean I want you to. Do you WANNA elaborate study on. I do not want to raise has the biggest. Don't dedicate your life's work to the WHO was telling me. Oh Kate Kennedy sat right. Yes I love Gay Kennedy. It was awesome And she was saying that we what we were looking at some African American porn or something but we look ended up and she goes tapie very careful that stuff because it perpetuates this myth of the black male as sexual predator. Oh she was saying that she doesn't like to do interracial porn a has a premise. That's kind of racing. Yeah and I thought boy. She is awesome because there was the the reconstruction period in this this of war for one hundred years. Horrible horrible horrible. Things were done black men in the name of that. Myth you know what I mean to like lynching came from because they had big Pino that they were accused of Having sex with white women right I mean I thought wow. That's a really really good point. So you're saying that my study would somehow be considered inherently racist Clinton. It could. That's weird. Insensitive goes without saying but but he could potentially perpetuate some stereotypes positive stereotypes about African American. Men Okay Okay I got it all right. Whatever I have a question for you? Is it normally the same tissue all day long. That the question when I'm sick and I'm just blown clear SNOT. I will use the same tissue all day. Bought like all blow my nose. Crunch it in the pocket My nose is running. pull out the same snot rag. It's now crunchy kind of unravel it. It's okay okay my my problem is that when you really knows it gets wet. It gets his hands by don't you. My wife does which is hides it in the cushion on just under the bed. You don't every day. It looks like some grandma lives in our house like the contents of a Kleenex jammed into the cushions on the couch. That's inhumane that's unfair. I every time I make my bed. I I've laughed. Going Colombian exhibited for the tissue under the best nasty. Thank you can I ask A. Here's another stupid question. I feel like picking picking my nose can give me a worse like like one time I was through knows. Yeah but I feel like one time. I was sick with a clear snot sickness and then I was aggressively picking. My nose rose and turned into a green snot sickness. Did I make myself sicker so I mean you can't introduce stuff with your finger. Obviously but I don't think so picking your nose just there's a real problem in this world today Where people are a reasoning from conclusion? Oh Kay what does that mean exactly. It means you know what the outcome is and the reason backwards to the Asian Okay and also seeing association and inferring causation. I love art speed. It happens all the time. There's no causal relation but right put one more. I've told you the day I was like. Oh my God. There is a zero cost relation. Here she was saying oh she goes. She goes whenever the dogs shake behead when they wake up with the first thing the dog does this shake it up. It means they need to be. What's the I agree to? The dog wakes up. We take them outside of Greece. Yeah so that means the shaking his yesterday. How Corps and there's a case of the superstitious pidgin? You ever heard this case. Yeah so skinner boxes right there the F. Skinner skinner the famous behaviorist torture children. He was an idiot in certain respects. But I read Walden pond to see what he was up to it as very bizarre so he had these boxes where he would teach pigeons to go through certain maneuvers to get a food piece of a reward and and they learn these dance steps to do and then peacecorps come down. Well one box. He just had the corn just randomly dropping down in the pigeons would develop these elaborate really elaborate elaborate rituals because they thought they got it right they now can influence the food coming down to how they were. They repeat these very elaborate rituals that had no relation to what what was happening with the food. So we do that as humans all the time otherwise. The world is chaos. Don't we have to find patterns and causal relationship just a different thing where our frontal cortex always does that. This is more of a behavioral manifestation of random reinforcement. We're just superstition become the superstitious pigeon. I issues we might do certain rituals like with our with our with our anxiety disorder. Yes yes go. Always the low CD goes along with that too right. Yeah I have I developed new ones and silly ones for instance the United Howard Stern fans. I can't listen to Howard Stern show in the morning without listening to the music. intro music. The Rob Zombie Song have to start at right at Rob Zombie and then when he says hey now here doing it otherwise. I can't listen to the stern show what's going to happen. It's not as satisfying for me. The world fall apart. Yeah Yeah it's all there. Do we have any voice messages couple for you turn. We saw my tissue us. I'm not GonNa Make Myself Seker of along. It's already been introduced that bacteria shed okay. Am I drew everybody. I'm I'm just calling to ask why hoop so much. I know any Christina. Thank you who very much and maybe once a month maybe none during the most but I seem seem to push out or at least three to four times a day and my morning poops my charger. Kind of thin and scraggly they look just like tapeworms. Yeah or anything like that. I wonder Cooper now the let me know. So you're a little too preoccupied with BOOBS I. I'm more concerned about guys like that than somebody like any style. Yes so I am the pooping multiple times a day in preoccupying about to me. That's unhealthy. He should he should take more ball he he should go once a day and not worry about if you crap out. What's called a pro glutted which is a piece of a tapeworm trust me? You won't miss that and while it was it looked like put a pro glided glided up. Show me pro taper. Because what is that. Thin scraggly dump. We've all had that. It looks like a book. A Book Vulcan. By the way. You're pushing it out. No there you go Picture Oh photo diagram photo Oh that's a dog tapeworm there. That's Google photo of looking at images forgotten. The taper is a segmented worms to the segments of the call lots and the crap those out basically Utah tapeworm essentially and that one of those things. One of those see see that would come at you. Yeah that's good In to Die Philip author late on. That's cold I feel. The bathroom is the big tapeworm tapeworm. It's common to and eggs eating pork and beef contaminated and the real problem is that you can get some called Tinia. Excuse me Gosh Darn it. We used to see it all the time we could take our eggs spill like sort of the pro. The progenitor is the larva getting to your brain. Stop it for God's just a Circus Chelsea S. C. Y. S. T. E. R.. Is it just a near miracle wrong to miracle we live for one day or the other. That's the thing as a physician. You Rea- Sisters Coast Casino. See you are the one where it sister. Circuses cer there it is there it is the larva and the brain and we used to see it all the time. What do you mean all the time where homeless people homeless and also some of the immigrants from Central America? What do I do? What can I do? Nothing like this happens to me as it's unbelievable go to your colored dot com and did okay if you have any genetic potential. Some biological sort of weaknesses K.. And that's why we have textbooks stacked to the ceiling of all the shit that can happen happen to us right miracle that we get on Diet and exercise check check veggies veggies intervention saying. There's nothing it's not so bad advocates back back in the cowards. Maybe more the problem. I'm pretty much on a Paleo primal diet very low carb with I do my do my elliptical moving to argue. Yes you yes I drink my Cardi. B. T. T. all day she's my favorite. She's my back. What did she do are what does she do she was talking about? How does that I talking on her talk speaking on Stern about her fats? No no no wait. Her interview was a while ago one of instagram posts. In fact her one about Uncle Sam was my favorite of all time. Remember that and we pulled it. Looks like a heartbe taxes. Uncle Sam will we'd be able to get out of this will be able to hear I like when she's like these genes are too tight. Get fucking infection. So she's great. Oh they don't have the whole thing she's so good she's we'll be able. Yeah IT'S A. It's a instagram. While you basic bitches hear`say spicy semen question. My girlfriend says that my seem it has spicy taste and a burns her mouth. She blowjob also Burns inside of Regina. If I dumb poets Poets I would twenty three year old male. I don't Mug on drink drugs. That work out you healthy plenty of water. Usually one small cup of coffee in the morning. Why would it taste that way? Why do you think I could do to fix the taste my white or maybe I should have except my sperm as an exotic salad dressing? Now thanks thank you when women complain. There's burning Vaginal burning after Jackie. Usually that is a trophy or a yeast infection something causing irritation of the lining think of the vagina. But she says she gets in her mouth to wonder if she has authored. Thrash very weird It Burns her mouth like the taste of taste and it burns her mouth but that's the exploration. HIV Right. My friends sent me an article about testicles having taste receptors. Did you ask him about this. No I did not but I've heard this. who asked me about this? Someone did on any. I think it was okay. That that can detect sweet flavors I also testicles and Amos can detect savory taste of Amami is it true the testicles anus have taste buds will will amos's genus do not but rectums absorb things so quickly. Oh Yeah Richard. Christy can taste beer correct because it's absorbed so quickly to the value. Mutated tongue many taste. And so I it makes sense to me that the rectal exposure would testicles are pretty porous. It's very very very very light lear. Skin there so it makes sense to me that something could get through. Somebody said soy sauce could get through this conversation with it was here. I think it was with any. I'm telling you know what what is testicle skin equivalent to on my body is at the same as my Vaginal external him. It's the same skin yeah you. He been stretched out right because mine. Are this resume or ours in we have. It's surrounded by is something that you don't have called the Dr Toes Tunic. which is one of my favorite anatomical structures Dr Toes tune? It should have been what they call Dr Member this And the darker. The Artas Tunic is which gives the weekly appearance. Let's see the torch to Albert is air. It is can you. Can you highlight it for us. it is a male parts are not as pretty as my parts no. They're not are they. They're not aesthetically medically is pleasing are symmetrical as John. I would say I don't know it's a matter of taste. I guess no Darlas her ovaries outside of your body. You weren't those ovaries at one point. And then they drop into testes. Oh here's my. I wanted to ask you a question. I've had two children. What's the Fatty Eddie Patch on my pubic bone called? You know Fuca. Yeah is that what that is. It's like Mesnier since I've had two children is that just because I'm fatter fatter than just fat when I lose c-section now vaginal births This is generally meteor down there. I'm like what above the pubic bone. The Pubic Ball. There's a lot of stretching and stuff Torn up a little bit ravaged. Yeah so sorry leipold there. NOPE can you like. Oh you're the pubis song but you talked about look Google between the superior superior portion of the Vagina and the people. So there's the undercarriage there's all your meat and cheese of your badge. There's the pubic bone. Yeah I'm talking like up here. Talking about the media meteor was that's that's normal. It's just been being old. It's also what pregnancy the pregnancy pregnancy Z.. Pregnancy and delivery just really got its traumatic. Oh my God. When I gave birth to my second child it looked like there was a water balloon like a whoopie cushion ocean hanging out of my version before after I delivered Julian my second BAFTA delivered after delivery and I was like what is this look like just like I said a whoopie cushion hanging out of of me and my daughter? Yeah my doctor takes one. He Goes Oh sister bladder. It'll it'll go back eventually. I was like what can you give me a tighter. ETA eventually all that that's all torn yelled at torn apart of the bladder falls down into the vagina and that changes the The sort of the way the bladder works. Then because it's not at its usual angle and all those muscles have been really damaged. That's how why every time you jump on a trampoline. Up Yeah is there any. I mean I don't want to have surgery I do care. It's it's gotten a lot better giggles surgery I I'm not a fan of the surgery neither am I. I don't want to don't care that much. A good forty dollars straight women. I have a question about sexual fetishes from very young age. I've had a fetish about that involves being fed and gaining weight. FEEDERS and now I get edit both the men and there's been like women like to be fed. I would wear a thousand pounds. You love to eat. I do but I don't like the the whole gives you the creeps this whole. It's not sexual for me. Probably have never entertained. The idea of acting these fantasies out. I'm a gym. Rat Fit in his professional. ooh How she's either way it's interesting. It'd be disgusted of actually gain weight. So is their way to get rid of the fetish. That's an interesting question the way some all of these funny things work is if you go into therapy and really form a very deep emotion focussed connection with a therapist these weird when you change your your emotional answer escape the pleats kind of shift things shift around and things used to think or feel. Just don't happen anymore. Yeah so I did. Let's lots of therapy and as I used to have and preoccupation that just go away and it's just as I was going through the work it felt like things were shifting in ways that are hard to hard to describe. Yes a dream or something right like you get healthier and your brain just doesn't operate the same way and you know you don't have to think about not doing it. Correct do it just falls away just falls like the other day I was in the car and I had this impulse to panic for no reason and then I immediately went. There's nothing to panic about. What are you doing settled behave? It was an old as a certain behavior associate with panic to a lot of people panic. A lot of people's panic is triggered by something sound or taste or something all of a sudden they'll have it uh-huh that hope exactly painting thing sucks. Yeah it's a drag. But him was that you those because he thinking about what he suckering Ever Oh deep put to use panicked partners. It's it's an it's a waste it's a waste of it's wasted time and I- frigging like I. I hate getting into it. That when you're in that much does having kids becoming pocketed for yeah come. You're not doing it right if it's not right it's it's got a trigger every fucking issue you've ever had with your own child parent relationships and stuff It's calmed down a a lot for me. The first years the hardest that was my most triggering is when my children are infants. Now my older son four. I'm like Whoa I love it. I love it so once. They're out of that you know. Oh God are you dying or evolving over phase. It's like Oh your person you can talk. We can do this as people people so I don't fucking know. Can I ask you another medical question. Alcohol fucking horrible is alcohol for you. It's not good for you. Yeah like like I feel that it's Damages your brain is buff certain level. Certainly more than glass of wine. You're you're working in the wrong direction with your brain It is the Only commonly used substance that is a carcinogen to almost every tissue in your body meaning cancer right. Feel like it's just poison mhm not poison but it's it's not good for you. Yeah and we we all like relating to it. Yeah it's weird. It's socially acceptable to drink that stuff and what about LCD. Are we going to find out in ten years. This is the next thing that's going to give us cancer or whatever I I'm more concerned earned that it might have some sort of long-term effects we don't anticipate and people are using it regularly. Bring your brain Anik or something. I took it and it screwed up my sleep. Balogh people take it and it helps them sleep by crazy. Yeah I like it for sleeping and Susan Tokyo panic attacks. I took I accidentally took the highest possible. THC Dose like I was. I thought it was no biggie and I was like took a vial and then Tom came home. Four four hours later I was dead asleep I went to go. Pee came back and I was having rolling panic attacks until the sun came out and I thought I was having a stroke because I had forgotten the four hours earlier. Is that how long it can take two or yeah. That's how long it takes. I couldn't put the things together. I was like there's no way there's four hours ago I took this. I mean I was. That's one thing that surfing the scared about. THC is panic. Oh Yeah I'm horrible on drugs I'm I'm not even T- I took. LSD twice both times panic panic panic bad trip. It's not for me. I'm a control person. I can't do it right. Did you smoke pot. You don't see. Yeah Yeah I tried in college and it was just like it's not for you didn't like it and I was with a bunch of stones on my floor. They're like you're not doing it right. You're more yeah worse arable. Why works what do you do to unwind? So what is to have fun I I can. I can unwind very quickly really turn off the work brain. What do you do wouldn't just hanging out watching TV or just hanging hanging with the White House. What do you watch? What are your shows the love boat? which we've we've literally been watching like watching a car accident I can't put on? TV Lamar Carbon. Yeah Oh yeah. I like Juli- Julia cocaine problem. In real life members did not have the Captain Stephen Paddock. I had a crush on gopher he was one of my first. TV crushes the funds. I loved Gopher I was obsessed because he was goofy guy cool do what do you like about the love boat car accident. We Watch I I like killing eve and I like leave. Oh June tight didn't i. I knew that Fuck this is a million. You have like a baby at the went to watch touched about psychopathy. Oh Christ love it. killing Eve is tuned Hulu do succession. No wait is Adam royalty show. It's about family with much money. Okay good on each fleabag. I can't get it those with now. But that's what you do you guys watch TV. You don't take pot you drink alcohol. What do you like to drink because I'm on? This car are free Diet. I drink bourbon. Oh and that's that's a cheap drink. Yeah and I can't hurt my stomach if I'm on a low carb diet. What drinks should I drink bourbon? Bourbon Vodka you know why because it's made from these are no car- carbohydrates okay. Walk with the w what. Now that's a V.. Don't look don't look at my dry. All right anything else out there voices and voice message surge. Yeah we got. We got a couple more here. Hi Dr Drew. My Name is Hannah and twenty six years old I have up prescription for them I I have anxiety. OCD Therapy for eleven years and I will sometimes Drink on it in the evening if I take it at like if he ten or so in the morning Sometimes I will have like some wine at maybe like five or six sometimes even later Usually at least eight hours since I took it on. Okay I read that it was the twelve hour half life Yeah just wondering if that You know Israel car. Don't drive a car. That's the concern certain because I was worried too. Can I take my Lex appro in the morning and have a glass of very different kind of medication. Ativan has been sold as valium and it's an alcohol works through the same system system is going to be highly sedating the two together. You don't want to operate machinery. You don't want car Gotcha. That's about it unless you're an addict and you don't want to be on either of them one more. Hey drew. This is Jason from New York Sometimes let's bathroom might I'll movements would be a light green or a garnering color I used to have this once. Every while is this normal I think it is. I know something else. Also having Let me know please searing it to your Greenville. My wife had Greenbaum. Yeah it's like spinach like too much Kale or something. I think it's all the all. The Brown stuff is all from Byo by title. All right baby turns like that and so wait. What is that wrong because that battle? Think Nothing Domo preoccupy about your sheet. It's just your by number from your Valter Amos's outside your body. I know you said that to any and I was. I've been thinking about it. Ever since is a tube that goes from the mouth and it's all outside your body now the Small Bowel it's a little more complicated up at the the colon the largest giant tube. That will all of it. Everything's outside your by your mouth Uranus with the big old long tube blowing me away. That's why if you get a puncture of your bowel yeah like your appendix ruptures or you're GonNa stab or gunshot wound. You're in real trouble because all that stuff that's outside your body. All that stool gets into your light leaky NEOM and then you can see what you're going to be like. Well I'm going deep bunt motherhood. I'm saying some shit that bitches haven't been saying for centuries I don't know why women live there like it's the best job in the world child. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I'm the children why don't Wanna I don't WanNa kill them anyway. I mean when they're young when they're going back. Yeah so I think really about those feelings and and how mom's still is unfortunately the center of the universe they can't it's just the way it is. It's just the fucking way it is and this whole idea of equality is bullshit. Because they're still billboards saying don't forget to be a dad today. So hello. There's there's this Dad Dad could do his best and give you a lot but he cannot substitute from one hundred percent and there's wonderful right but I have gay friends at his kids. The Great Kid. That's wrong so clearly you this is who can can but but when the baby has a mom dad. Dat Baby wants that mom tell me about it. I haven't taken a dump alone in four years but they don't let you do anything weird and I've always said the part that they don't tell you about. Is that the child. Once they're out. Put a hose into your soul and just suck it right. Just continue really do that and I just felt so bad for our and there's nothing. There's there's no interference I could do to make that stop well and I feel like yeah. I feel like it significantly. Unfair being as I'm all for equality of the genders and you're like this is the one thing my husband doesn't get get in terms. He can't do it but he also doesn't. I don't understand the level of sacrifice that the woman fucking goes through. I get it I I think I think important that we acknowledge it and talk about it because there's another piece to it too if you then try to work immense loss and guilt and and you and your in your motivational systems go back and you got to go back and so you feel terrible trying to get away really awful. Burn the women have when you're there you're sometimes sometimes resentful. You feel like you're falling behind you feel like you're whatever identity was gone. Yeah and then when you're away you're guilty as fuck and you know. I uh we need to talk much more realistically about that. And so he was. Man is interfere by doing like activities. We come in and start stimulating. which fucks every you guys because then the children are spun? They won't go to sleep and only kind of interference we can really do. But I really bothers me is the myth of equality forty and I think the women's movement we've tried to lake do as but the truth of it is it's fucking mom and mom gets blamed when the kid becomes a serial killer smallest ball mom becomes that is it's Hor- ones but you spending read Megan Book. When is it dom the problem with everything? And she's she's about your age. I think maybe we'll older and she's just trying to struggle with fourth wave feminism. Yeah 'cause I like being Senate figure give material from it still this bitches thoughts you got it But I I am also very tradit- a lot of ways. I'm a feminist but I also like we kind of living live a traditionally. The the the problem right now is that we are not allowed to talk about. What's real biologically experience? And if we don't if we don't talk about what is how can we. How can we get to what ought well we gotta change? What is to what we'd like it to be but I have to talk about what is so we can try to figure out how to move in a directory to go but but there is no gender did you? We know that there is no such thing as an inherent role actually got angry. I was looking at some intersex data and and And they were throwing everything into Intersex. It's fine Moses and things like that. I know that you're talking about the thrill problem it's like it's like trying to put kidney things into Jesus no can't do that. Nothing to do with the Genitalia may happens to be something that runs through the peanuts. But it's just incidental southbound on my God. What do you mean? They're writing like medical journals. They're trying to be the other attorney medical and it's like no this is not okay. This is way off this way. Yeah you can't. You can't classify urology as as a gender issue. It's fairly straightforward well. Because I'm I'm a big feminist. I studied philosophy. I read Simone de Beauvoir I ever. Hey Man I was on your fucking board. I started treated her like Shit Shit. He was a piece but an eye to believed gender was a societal construct. One hundred percent until I had children and and then I was like oh I am a mom I get this. There's something inside of me beyond my control that can do the fucking this and it's beyond me. Primordial I used to walk behind months. How did you how did you yeah? I do know that I'm like I missed mystified. Yeah it's just a name. It's my biology dictates rates and I don't WanNa be that girl that believes that but hey man the fuck. I'm a bushy. I'm still a bushy woman. Though you know amongst alphabet should be agok mom. She'll fuck Kim with Gotham hardcore core. Or we're going to have this up. Thank you for coming back from the best. 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1157: "Carbon Captions"

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1157: "Carbon Captions"

"You can step over the body Adam Curry John Devora July twenty first twenty nineteen this nation media assassination episode. This is no agenda machine in my way through Alco School and Broadcasting Live Frontier of Austin Texas star staying in the morning everybody I'm Adam Curry and from northern California were waiting the female four and hoping for the mail. I'm John Devora the money. This is rather interesting is I checked into the shot room trolls today and all I can see them talking about some hm character and it's going to be a woman and what's going on and it was pissed off. What is happening? Apparently Natalie Portman is going to be the female for everyone's all upset set about this. Will it spot a stupid as anything I've ever heard of but okay. Let's just make a female hulk then you're talking and actually that'd be more believable and isn't there like give back woman or something else. It was a lot of bat women. No I'm just surprised like all the things to care about in the world. This is not high on on the list now but I've seen this go on for at least a well. I got bumped off of course because my wife eye problem but it's just been ongoing. No good PUKA shares garbage just garbage movies yeah. They're fun to watch on the airplane well. I don't know about that. I think nothing airplane viewing my experience. Nothing holds a candle to the fast and furious yeah yeah. I'm orgin and there's always eight of them to watch so great. Oh how did I catch a I was on a plane once. Sit next to somebody and I was trying to watch some you you know if semi good movie and the person next is watching fast and furious five or something and I couldn't keep my eyes off their screen exactly so I had put it on well. This brings me you to some unscientific research. I've been doing about the use of closed captioning amongst <hes> millennials in generation Z.. Yes we got some notes about this. I got a a number of notes I did. Some informal all pulled over at no agenda social dot com. I been hunting around people giving me unsolicited feedback which is always nice and really comes down to three people are blaming it or attributing repeating it to three different. Things and I have three emails that have just picked out here. This is J. V.. I watch everything with carbon carbon caption. There's a new one carbon charge you can there you go carbon captions. That's perfect tie us. Watch everything with closed caption. Slash subtitles mostly do two decades of frustrating sound mixing movies and modern shows are mixed with wide dynamic range room shaking explosions and gunshots immediately followed by characters whispering important plot details game of thrones does this but it's nothing new also like many millennials meals I grew up with a big family stuffed in small home and I've lived with roommates ever since anytime there would be a siren or scream or anything else unpleasant. My mom would burst through the door and tell me the baby was trying to sleep for these these are to these are these are two two together one and I got a lot of people saying hey you know they're mixing it wrong. The problem is trying to jam Dobie five point one through Stereo Rio speakers and therefore the balances off there may be. I think there's some validity to that part I agree. I think there's plenty of validity to that. That's one of the reasons you have to take things into your own hands and you've got to either pull back on some of these processing processing systems like dolby go straight stereo. There's ways around it. I mean you're just running. Amok which is leading. Whatever happens happens through a couple of squeaky speakers on the T._v.? Yeah you're asking for trouble agree with that. One hundred percent percent yes so there's a real issue there and I don't I've really never <hes> interest been in very interested in surround sound and when it comes to television never really set one. I think I've had one in the past pass so I don't care for me. It's just turn it up and then I can hear everything there's enough now. Now we're going to some interesting areas accents. This is from Jay every single time. I watched T._v.. With people people under thirty they have the closed caption on. I don't understand it either. I get it when it's something British and they can't understand access but it's always on. I dated a Gal who was twenty eight and I tried watching emily with her with captions on because it's in France and she fell asleep instantly. It was weird because growing up we could focus on the film and follow along with the translation but for her. It was like catnip every single other things she wanted to have the captions on for it was infuriating. Luckily that relationship failed pretty fast okay. There's one other thing there is a new disorder that has not been codified yet in the D._S._M.. Five or but it is a real the thing and it's only the true 'cause is not known although I have some thoughts and that's auditory processing disorder and this is closely related to A._d._H._d.. An A._d._d. both <hes> attention deficit disorders and what happens is you can hear perfectly well but you are unable to process at your brain is either unable or a slow at processing passing what the sounds are turning them into words now and I want to say a front that I grew up with subtitles. Dutch television had English movies they'd play the the English soundtrack and they would translate industrials very professionally done they had hundreds of people working at the state run subtitling organization and I learned to deal with imperfectly well to ignore them while I'm while while I was watching television I think it also helped a lot of people learn English extremely well <hes> versus Germany where they always <hes> didn't overdubbed but the auditory processing disorder. I think is something that comes from people who already have a potential deficit disorder 'cause a lot of feedback that I received said well. I really can't focus on the movie or the whatever's on television the whole time and I look at my phone you know this. The people are distracted. This is something we know. The young people often wake up in the middle of the night just to check their phone so there's a distract and also second screen. I guess to a degree it's like Oh. Let me look up that actor. What's he doing? What's what's going on? Is Someone tweeting about this particular. Show that I'm watching and because of that. Many people have said well. They're really helpful because I can just you know I can catch up real quick and some looking at my phone. I'll just can I can I can follow along just by darting back and forth and reading the subtitles and I posit to you as my research my husband alert my posit to you as I as my research will continue in this regard is that because of the lazy use the use of subtitles whether it's to hear things that were drowned out by <hes> sound effects and music whether it's to instead of really focus on what's happening with an accent and try in your brain can parse things from all the information. Oh He's in this situation. He's there. He might have said something like this was something I didn't understand that people's brains have become lazy and just like you have someone who may be blind there auditory skills increase astronomically vice versa people who are death can often see things much clear or at least they processed information in different way so the positive I have have is because of the you know some of the reasons that people have resorted to close captioning and their abundant availability now due to the American with Disabilities Act etc that the brain is starting to lose some moved that auditory processing power because I have asked people okay turn them off and Heidi do. I really can't handle it anymore. I need the closed captions. I can't follow along and I it sounds to me like what a daily says. She said. It sounded like a little woodstock from Charlie. Ramp can't really process the audio so I would say we have possibly auditory processing disorder being created by by use of close captioning wispy will <hes> counter that okay most of these kids and I would question anyone of that have this problem with especially with the woodstock the phenomenon blood blip <hes>. Do they ever go <hes> to music concerts. Yup Music concerts are over amped their way above the legal limits of X. number decibels. I think one hundred Max and these things get one forty one fifty F._d._a.. Many of them come home with ringing ears. They're all making themselves deaf at these concerts very rarely. Do any of them have the wherewithal to wear ear of protection. They don't know that in for example in California all the bars in in California that have bands in the bars they are required to have ear protection <hes> behind the counter that you can ask for and you get it for free. Nobody wears the stuff and they just listen to this music at these outrageous decibel levels which started into sixties Steve with the <hes> the martial amp and bans like blue cheer and others <hes> and now they're all deaf and that's why they can't hear anything I don't blame him for bringing up the captions because they're all GonNa be wearing your hearing aids deaths or your investment head of the twenty first century hearing aids well the I'll add to that because I'm not opposed to this theory I would add to that the incessant overuse of air pods which are hanging their ears all day long now I don't know if that can cause damage necessarily but for sure and they've sound injection but it also changes your auditory processing because once it's further away you're not used do that anymore. People listen to podcasts. Thank God listening to podcast they turn on the microphone function so they can hear whatever's going when they just to keep the ear buds in taking a phone call there in continuously all day long and they're intended that way I think once you remove that from the direct ear canal it may that it may be still. I'M GONNA come down to a processing issue. I don't know if it's actually hearing damage could be maybe it's a combination but we I need to research further so I will keep my lab coat on. Yes please Gu. I think there's a lot of hearing damage going on I was I saw somebody the other day somebody roaming around <hes> store with your budget. Judge does does hanging things as little apple ones little white ones that thrones airplanes are ended looked like they were zombies. Goo Goo. We're changing the subject to go into Goo Goo so I've got this little battery that I found and I'm charging it but I realize one of these one of these devices than I have a bunch of these things there everybody does and I'm not dealing with noticed this because this stuff has been around is Goo- has been around for at least almost twenty years and talking about the soft spray that they put over devices as I guess slightly robbery compound that they spray on top of a cool Sogeti nice cool feels like gives you instead of a hard hard plastic. You get this kind of robbery soft little coating that they put on what I find this on. I'm not sure I not a lot of stuff inches you find again. You'll find it when it's over ten years old at turns to Goo sticky and he got his sticky dickey Goo all over at the and you can't get it off. You have to chase them solve it. Maybe maybe it'll come off. You can kind of scrape it off with your thumbnail is and I had like a Sony <hes> Dat player that was coated in this old felt so professional. It's the professional coding professional coding and then now. It's like sticky you can actually you know if you grab it. It's like it's sticks. Three finalists mainly on electronic devices is that we find a lot of this <hes> this Cohen a lot of electronic devices you find on this battery pack that I have a high end battery John The honest their problem with your real doll that you wanna tell us about no. It's not even the same type of substance this. This is some reliably informed. Why pretty sure this is always black always black? I've never seen this in any of the color dark just perfectly pitch black and it's it was used and used Houston used because it was so cool <hes> I surprise you haven't run into this I I have I think but it's been awhile I mean. I don't really have any stuff that's. I don't know they stopped. I think they're backed off funded but I that's why I haven't noticed this row. Altai found this battery which had this stuff all over in this batteries as sticky and gooey and has got this this stupid coating on it that somebody decided was a good idea. It doesn't seem like new to not at least know the name of the coding. That's something that you would think that's a good point there. I should know the name of this stupid coating but I'm telling you it's was a dumb idea to begin with in apparently has it's not worked out and this is the classic example for all you know is carcinogenic. They just do the Dole look. This is a great idea. I reminded all how about like handgrips on a bike. Would that be the same type of stuff we appreciate. I think is the whole substances softer rubber okay. No it's a coating on hard plastic. Is the hand grips on a bike or hard plastic. Yeah maybe but no. They can't get them on their if they were but I'm remanded. I'm reminded I was at some event and you remember this. When they took all this paper off the market? It was all the stuff that was used it was it was <hes> heat sensitive it was used for cash registers and the the the the purple paper that <hes> would that people were touching and getting sick from well they weren't getting sick from but it was carcinogenic at BIS finol or some damn thing on it yeah well I ran into the guy that made a mint selling this paper that was sold the substitute for it and he told me kind of off to record which apparently is not off the record aamodt anymore. He says you now. I know that stuff was bad but they never ever tested this stuff of this just anything to substitute. I wouldn't stuff good. He says for all we know this could be ten times worse. Instead of saying off the record does say because that's how and then sound you sound like a journalist whose cheating I'm. I'm never been a cheater. Okay don't worry about. I think it's there's there's a time limit off the record. Okay Okay Gotcha. It's under was under embargo time. The guy's name or anything like that under embarrassed and embark say that it was he was skeptical about his own product because and his I'm skeptical about this Gu all right well. I'd love to know more about what it it is and how we can avoid. It can't avoid it ever used it in used it in use it for years announced all over the place and it's just and if it looks left in the hot sun after Gupta FIS gets really bad and sticks. It'll stick to it ever touching you have peace paper stunk TATA era. It's unbelievable at people out there. No what I'm talking about. Yes well would wanna go from your you know I have little presentation. I'd like to do some some general news. I okay. You have a story that you've been following up on. Is that what we're talking about it. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm interested in listening to this but you WanNa do this now. I figured we'd do a couple top news items first and then like what what's the top news I don't know what are you got. I got I don't have a clip for by just reading this morning about this situation in Canada reach with the pipe liners going from Alberta to B._C. and back and there's a big squabble about congenital was kind of interesting no clip though <hes> I have no. I don't have dogs. I wish I did well then why how about the Cummings in Cortex show that was highlighted on democracy now okay. I don't really know what it is. Let's let's talk about it and there is the come I gotta clipped the Cummings Cortez show okay what they don't they guy. There's testifying in front of Congress is started with the the couch house testifying in front of Congress. Is that the guy who's <unk> homeland security or acting director of guys this guy and he's trying to do a good job and they're just killing him back. On Capitol Hill House Democrats grilled President Trump's acting homeland security secretary Thursday over migrant family separations the deaths of children taken into custody and reports of squalid overcrowded and dangerous conditions in U._S.. Immigration Shales this this House Oversight Committee Chair Elijah Cummings questioning the acting chief Kevin McLennan doing a great job right what we're doing our level best in a very what does that mean. What does that mean when a child talk serving in nil feces can't take us our come on man what's that about none of us would have children in that position they are human beings also at Thursday's house oversight hearing Congressman Alexandra Cossio Cortez Confronted Kevin McLean over hateful messages shared by thousands of current and former border patrol agents on a private facebook group the groups online discussions exposed by PROPUBLICA earlier? This month are full of homophobic anti immigrant misogynistic content about migrants and asylum seekers as well as racist attacks on Texas Congress member Veronica SCO bar and on Cossio Cortez use depicted in a photo shopped image being sexually assaulted by president trump. This is Congress member Cossio Cortes Questioning mcelwain. Did you see the posts mocking migrant children's deaths are good. Did you see the post planning physical harm to myself and Congresswoman Escobar directed investigation within minutes of reading the article. Did you see the images of officers circulating photo. I shopped images of my violent rape. Yes I did are those officers on the job today and responsible for the safety of migrant women and children so there's an aggressive investigation on this issue proceeding you've heard the chief for the border patrol the most senior female official in law enforcement across the entire country say that these opposed to not meet our standards of conduct and they will be followed up aggressively. It's still about the secret group that they were posting on yes. She brought arrived back up about her. That's why she brought it back about her about her us where it's got to be about me Yeah I love Elijah Cummings. Who's just yellen scream? Come on man that human beings. Let's not give a shit about the human beings dying on the streets of Los Angeles San Francisco Austin Seattle all right. Let me follow this up first. Let's go to some questioning about <hes> about immigration Shen and there's no one better than campus reform to go out and talk to this country's our country's brightest future the new kids who are just very graduate and they're thinking about these things and here's a test. Let's go read them something. Obama Obama said and let's tell them that trump's at it and then see what the reaction is and then let spring the truth on them. You've seen the gag before it's hilarious. These could be pre-selected. I mean select they are selected could be selected only ailing too show idiots <hes> but still the sampling is astounding have a quote for you here. That's been making the rounds and social media about the deportation of criminal illegal aliens we our nation of laws undocumented workers broke our laws. I believe they must be held accountable especially those who may be dangerous that's why the past six years deportations of criminals are up eighty percent and we're going to keep focusing threat store security <hes>. What's your thought on that quote in that policy in general <hes> I think that policy comes from a place of White America Nationalism Donald Donald Trump is kind of like embrace this rhetoric of racism and xenophobia that is not beneficial to our country at all? I don't think that quote really stands through. This administration has totally not done anything moral. This is really awful. Amnesty does not necessarily mean that we're losing border security. I think that trump feels that way. I think that's bad decision because the United States should be open to immigrants that technical it lands with the free four reason we have to advocate for those kinds of people and people like in Congress like Oh Cossio Cortez who is helping people <hes> overcome these kinds of things crimes do not nullify your humanity and people are coming here in search of opportunity. I'm GONNA show you. The person said that quote undocumented foreigners. That's surprising yeah a little bit surprising because I thought it was the trump administration said something like that. That's quite surprising from trump expected to be Obama either because taste I just I guess I like it. Just never never occurred to me that it could be surprising that it's a quote from President of all that was surprising for sure. Do you think it's still practice of white. Nationalism though to deport criminal illegal aliens trump's doing it is what but to this to this point in trump's presidency Obama actually deported more people though so it's in practice it was more from above though which your question I'd say my understanding of trump is that just out of Mama was <hes> more liberal as far as amnesty and Border Security <hes> I expected that quote to come from trump does that change your opinion of the practice to know that President Obama how much the same thing actually to this point presence deported more people than President Trump had at this point <hes> no again. I just think that there's more way to do it and I don't know a ton about Obama's <hes> deportation policies but I imagine that they were a lot more humane than the ones currently going on there you go there. You go everybody. That's your mind control at work. The programming is successful can't can't even when they hear it was Obama and he was more more. He must have done it. A more moral way than Trumka mob was education system. Now what's interesting with all this undocumented illegal immigration going on is that when I look around in Austin Texas the people who I see who are une on housed sleeping on the street and panhandling. I don't know if they're actually homeless. They're panhandling for sure are mostly white and they seem to be on drugs. <hes> <hes> we've been following this is going to lead right back to the illegal legal immigrants only in in California so bear with me for second in Austin we changed the community guidelines the the local rules where you can now sit and lie wherever you want. You can camp wherever you want. As long as it's not in City Hall you can do it on Congress if you want no problem in front of businesses but not in front of City Hall everywhere else you can camp you can lie down you can panhandle in front of schools bus stops anywhere you want and the reason for this is that it was unfair and not taking into consideration ratio the challenges of life of the an housed and now we are a couple of weeks into the policy. Let's check in. This is a report from liquid station K. A. N. to Austin's homeless population are growing two and a half weeks after her new city rules were approved to decriminalize homelessness. Some business owners say they're seeing even more problems with the buzz of his blades. Oscar Rivera can clean up any mess but he'll say his customers hairline isn't the area that needs the most help and sometimes you'll see people land right here right on the ground in and when you wake when you come early in the morning you have to tell them to get away to shop gallery forty four right off to ninety and man check isn't the only business effect. It's nothing against those people but when you're trying to build an establishment it's hard to go further in in grow just down the street. Straight music has its own problems V._p.. Clint straight has added locks to the bathrooms and dumpsters and told told me he regularly finds needles in the parking lot community leaders say this is an issue of accountability and the people of Awesome need to be willing to give out more resources if they WANNA see change. It's hard to hold homeless people accountable for not worrying where their trash when they don't have receptacles to put them and <hes> it's it's tough to hold people accountable when they're allowed to camp freezing the bathroom in public places when they don't have a place to use the bathroom the bottom line this is a complex issue which requires thoughtful solutions and it's up to stakeholders just like those businesses near the homeless camps to provide their input. One of the things that we can all do is work together to come to some sort of comprehensive solution next month Austin City Manager Spencer Crop will make recommendations on how to better tweak the new rules. It's expected to include reasonable limitations -tations on camping and potential changes to the city ordinance. We wanted to get a sense of how big of a problem this is for people in Austin. Here's a look at the numbers from three one one calls for service requests with the key word homeless or transient show more than twenty seven hundred calls so far this year. That's almost more than all of the calls from last year but it's also important to note that the rate of homeless people is increasing in Austin on the right. You'll see the a point in time count from Echo while the number of people living on the streets or in shelter says increased that rate has been much more gradual compared to the number of complaints and I would say extrapolating. I'm from that it's because the rules change so now there's more problems small business owners. Both of those guys were were Latino be damned who gives us shit way to go awesome fantastic that Dr Drew Pinski has been on a tear about <hes> what's happening in Los Angeles. He's talked his radio show. He's been I think it went on Fox and C._N._N.. He's been famous N._B._C.. But into short clips he explained not only what the real problem is but also what the solution is and we've talked about some of the historical reasons for this and I just wanted to share those he was on with Scott Adams which is a rare thing I think for skydives to have someone called in on his periscope and technically it's just a huge nightmare so I guess it proves the contents. Good doesn't really matter that much. I think we've been pretty clear in the past that what we see. This is a drug problem. That's why like exciting UN housed. I don't know if someone's homeless but they're not house when they're sleeping on the ground in Los Angeles <hes> as a huge problem with this and Dr drew who at the used to but he ran a drug addiction in clinics he says this is all about drugs so even if we had if we had more housing if suddenly housing just appeared out of nowhere and it was free these people wouldn't necessarily even take a free house house. Would they correct the the the the part that is now driving me to my crave. I think I'm this problem is that this is a population that if you walk up to them and say let's go got a great place to live the majority Jordy and the vast majority will refuse and a people believe this but when you are chronically mentally ill unless you have treatment. It's very difficult to live in four walls. If you're a drug addict you seek the streets so so there's a attachment to this lifestyle that is not being addressed. The other thing is not only would they do not want housing is the problem Los Angeles. We just absorbed in the last year or so about conservative eight hundred thousand undocumented intervention. We're a sanctuary city. We welcomed them in none of them are on the streets. They all found a place to live eight hundred thousand people in a year onto place to live so the government continued continue to focus on the housing. It's a hoax and I can't understand what they're focused on it. Yes you have so happy. He said this because it's true you have all these illegal immigrants finding a place to stay there not on the streets of L._A.. Either so just another data point that this is that there's something else going on but all all the politicians can talk about is but same an awesome affordable housing affordable has the you've actually provided the reasoning behind this in the past young yes part of Dr Drew's solution so I'll get right to it and then when we're done you'll remember narrow it easily solvable. It just doesn't fit an ideology biology. There's something called the Land Petrous Act which is what allows us to treat patients again. You GotTa read this book called American Psychosis. The land with Petrosa came out in the nineteenth sixty and surround human history when people had chronic psyche after less or addiction the system would determine need for care if somebody met criteria for what was called need for care they were cared for they were put in a hospital and care for stabilize and return to their life in the nineteen sixties. There was a guy named Robert Felix that convinced President Hannity that chronic psychiatric illness did really exist that state hospitals caused it asked we have these crazy books that were going out that made the idea of putting people psychiatric hospital inhumane and they pass something called the Lance Bouma petrous act which moved need her care to the criteria for care as simply harm to self or other and if you weren't take I'm GonNa kill myself or I'm GonNa kill somebody else or so severely gravely disabled which the definition that we have to work on then we could only hold you for seventy two hours which doesn't accomplish much of anything so we could console meet we can help people with with harm to suffer other than seventy two hours but gravely disabled could do nothing so we must change the definition of gravely disabled. We must expand conservatives. We must modify brought forty seven so we can start prosecute drug laws again so we could motivate drug addicts to get treatment drug addicts is they go one of three places institution which we've taken away prison with taken away or they die so we are leading drug addicts who died which is exactly the policy and now I'm thinking it may be on purpose if those are the three options. It's clear that Los Angeles San Francisco Chicago. Orlando Portland Austin are choosing the Die Diane option led him die that could be in this goes back to your story about Reagan. One flew of coupons in the sixties was the there was a big stink in the sixties. He's the era of Vietnam War and hippies and rock music psychedelic seen <hes> l._S._d.. You name it and it was that there was the they bought into the idea that he just discuss discuss which was that we don't these psychiatric places or just terrible and there you'll nuthouse as it were and they started trying to shut them down but there was some foot pushback I probably from the Republican side of things but once Ronald Reagan got in he went with it and so now you don't have the pushback from the Republicans because he is Republican and Reagan pretty much following the lead of the Liberals shut down all the call him I don't I wanna come internment camps but his shut down all the insane asylum since California. Let everyone on the street and the problem worsened in worse than worse than from that moment on and now it's at the point where it's just nuts and <hes> they if they don't reopen these places. You're just a bunch of corpses everywhere and I guess maybe that is what they want but in the meantime there's a couple of things we can do okay the most important if which if you're in cities like San Francisco Los Angeles reporter or Portland Find Oh cities like Austin and tell oh people how liberal they are about allowing people to just live out on the open talented Goto off I've been doing it's. It's interesting because here I keep telling people that this is no future and they need to go to San Francisco specifically. I recommend Berkeley area well. Berkeley's not really is great a place as Austin. You got free needles on the streets streets well. There's free needles everywhere but Austin O._B.. Off as the most liberal of the places that allowed not GonNa let you do it stop. I don't want all those dead. I don't want the corpses everywhere. That's what it's going to be anyway. Don't let anyone tell you differently. This is about drugs. It's it's a part of the OPIOID crisis as well too big part of it opioids meth. It's very had special about Seattle. Death is yellow Seattle is dying Seattle's dying. There's some good stuff in there a 'cause they have a bunch of regular characters apparently who they you know the cops can't do anything about together Strang out and they brag about being loaded. All the time on one thing or another math is a problem methods accused Prov especially in the Pacific northwest not just the opioids math which is a cheap drug and gives you to kind of buzz. These these guys are looking for I suppose and yeah <hes> Fenton and math. These are terrible products so there's a there's the solutions I know about prop forty seven. We don't have that here but I wish <hes> Dr drew could come in speak at the Austin City Council meeting. Give them a little P._C.. was invited he probably show up is to he's got enough problems in his own backyard. We'll just keep playing clips. If anyone cares nobody cares it just as letter drop dead yeah you can step over the body. Hey Hey hey you can step over. Just step over. It's no big step over in coming into the shop that the very end of our last show I received a clip of day which I thought it was a good clip but I was in hindsight like of course deserve clip of the day and that turned into a little bit of research. I'll <hes> refresh your memory. This is from the Google and censorship <hes> Asari. There's laughing at your self-assurance about clip of the day sure I deserve clip of the day. Just throw it in in there the number one financial supporter of the Hillary Clinton Way. I need to set it up more. This is the clip that I received clip the day for and it's a Senator Cruz interviewing Dr Robert Epstein who has done research and claims that in the twenty sixteen election at minimum <hes> about two and a half but possibly ten million votes were swayed aid to vote for Hillary Clinton based upon Google's Algorithm ick bias in their search resented him say something before he play the clip. Nobody and there's shows that that specialize in Google podcasts have played this clip. I was looking for it. I haven't heard anyone play this clip. It was on the hearings and there's there's one show that's Google show and they were playing clips from the hearing and they never played this. What what Google show was that material? We know these Google shows you know it's like do you trust Jeff Jarvis to be objective on Google as this is not a jet knows this industry enrolled people who have if you allowed in the building Google. You'RE NOT GONNA say anything bad about Google now. It's a conflict of interest thank you so here's the clue we have no conflict of interest because everyone hates us and we take an avowal of poverty. It's a two for the a number one financial supporter of the Hillary Clinton campaign in the two thousand sixteen election was the parent company of Google Alphabet. Who was our first witness? They were her number. One financial donor and your testimony is through their deceptive search methods. They moved two two point six million votes in her direction. I would think anybody whether or not you favor one can't another should be deeply dismayed about a handful of Silicon Valley billionaires having that much power over our elections actions to silently deceptively shift vote outcomes again with respect. I must correct you. The two point six million is a rock bottom minimum. The range is between two point six and ten point point four million depending on how aggressively they used the techniques that I've been studying now for six and a half years. Wow could you just say that again. Please just two point six million is a rock bottom minimum. The range is between two point six and ten point four million votes depending on how aggressive they were in using the techniques that I've been studying such as the search engine manipulation effects the search suggestion effect and the answer bought effect and a number of others they control the these and no one can counter act them. These are not competitive. These are tools that they have at their disposal exclusively exclusively there you go now of course when you hear that you like. Even I'm going yeah. I think I said on the show I don't know if it really swayed ten million people to to to vote for Hillary over trump if they were the on the fans and I think I was I was siding with with the professor. I think it probably could have and you are very skeptical so this is better that you do this report yeah you you took it on. I will mention action this just as kind of as an aside. Let's just say the Max is true here and the Max is true about the illegal immigrants that are brought into the country to vote for the Democrats if you just wait ten million votes and and have maybe another ten million immigrants all voting for Hillary and she's still loses how much how much people really hate this woman or or how much decide or how how much do people really they want to vote for trump could look at it either way so little a little background on <hes> on the professor is a p._H._d.. In senior research psychologist research scientists media professional author of fifteen books reading from his own bio more than three hundred articles on psychology related topics including empirical studies in Science Nature Psychological Science and the proceedings of the National Academy of Science as a P._H._d.. From Harvard University under BEF scanner Dr Epstein is the founder yet you know N._B._A.. Skinner Oh yeah he's the famous behaviorist okay. Well was famous guys. Ever Epstein is the founder and the Director Emeritus the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies also hosted several radio shows etc.. He is a registered Democrat he voted for Hillary Clinton and he started a nonprofit which is the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology five a one C three at check. The <hes> ninety filings has about a hundred and fifty thousand dollars on hand raised about forty thousand dollars every year for the past couple of years little bump in two thousand sixteen the only people in this organization <hes> worse three Epstein Himself Tyler Healy. Who is the <hes> the technology in fact? If you read his bio you know exactly what is Technology Reggie Director cybersecurity expert full stack developer so he basically put together all the tests and then Brian Meredith managing director he came to the R._T.. After much honored advertising agency career spanning spanning three continents former vice president of Benton bowls founding member and director of the international creative team McCann Erickson these are big advertising agencies. He passed away in twenty seventeen. I think he was probably the original of. Funder of <hes> of this organization and clearly not a lot of funding has come in but of course if you're fighting Google you might have a lot of enemies google. Has I think is the largest lobby or in in D._C.. At the moment maybe battling with China who the hell knows. Maybe they work together. I don't know as so I look at the research and he has a number of research beyond what we're talking about here which is search engine manipulation affect the S._e._M.. He's also looked at the search suggestion effect the answer bought effect anybody's done many other things would come to psychological behavior and I think having an advertising guy in early which probably hey how do we use today's technology to sell products and that's probably he stumped yeah so probably the most fair research you get because they were looking to figure out what manipulates people towards choices. The research has <hes> as published published in the P._I._N.. A._S. which is official journal not only was it accepted reviewed. It has been replicated in Germany. This is a big deal. If you go look at all these bullcrap studies everywhere look and see if there was a replication of it the replication Acacia crisis is rampant in certainly in the psychological sciences this you know the people can't recreate these studies and but still there. What are you eating? What are you doing? It's it's distracting me. Sorry you ripping paper deeper. I am actually going through some looking for some notes. One don't tear paper. I wasn't tearing paper name name. I don't talk to name the movie I looked at his research. It is a large groups tens of thousands of people double blind study your paper double blustery paper. I'm just taking people out of a pile M._d.. Mike just don't D- Mike I need you to be able to interrupt for a reason. I'm just saying protests. Here's a pile of paper I take taper off. Well you looking for something. Are you doing crossword already. Gone is your chair squeaking to your paper and they're talking to each other your bit keep on the normally. You're bitching moaning my interrupting because I'm not interrupting. Please go back all right so the the research is very deep. It is done with all I mean. I'm not a scientist but I've seen a lot of research <hes> throughout eleven years of doing the show and it really looks like he he did all the business the way it should be done and in two thousand fourteen fifteen but particularly in two thousand sixteen he did a number of studies again in two thousand eighteen where he would look at the results based upon political questions that came in from <hes> Google query from being and from Yahoo and the results for Google were significantly different. I I don't I think that <hes> you know their algorithms are different but the research really focused on and this is what I found to be interesting is that is the bias of what people click on in search results so when you search for you pose a question to Google the top two results receive all of the clicks with fifty percent going to the top one thirty percent going to the second one drops off quite dramatically interestingly the last the bottom one on a page gets a more more clicks than the five or six above it and you can probably figure out why we've all done that screwed on the bottom of click this one. I'll go to the next page but the the click is is pretty much always on the top one or the top two and depending on what is driving the results key found that amongst undecided voters this is key people who are really on the fence and it could be undecided voters can be ten percent can be fifteen eighteen percent can be twenty percent of an election people on the fence that that <hes> the <hes> the choices people make it. I should mention it's usually over twenty percent undecided voters are always very high right into the election so really what kind of percentage we talking does. I've seen his highest forty though he claims that given an A._B.. Choice that the top two links determined people's choice and the regardless of what that content is obviously. It's it's it's pointing towards a or be. If it's a twenty two ninety percent will choose a overby just because they were the top to link thanks so we understand the research because that's really what all his researchers say is. Research is saying unlike anything else when you have a choice between the two candidates and you pose a question the top to link answers that you click on top of the page will determine who you're going to vote for in aggregate over your research. I should stop you. <hes> I remember a because what you're what he's doing. He is maybe deconstructing what has already been done at Google because I will remind myself that Sergey Brin years to come on the silicon spin show one <hes> a lot and he one time said to me you know we have the most P._H._D.'s of any he company in the world and whether those p._h._D.'s doing they're they're probably trying to figure out while they can do stuff to manipulate things or is that really what they're doing because I have. I have some some thoughts about what is what the where the bias has come from but I have a bunch of clips. Most of them are about fifty to sixty seconds long but they do tell the story as from different interviews that I've put together and the first one one is <hes> Epstein introducing himself and giving a brief overview of scene which is the search engine manipulation effects. This is what he proved in his research by the way the whole p._d._f.. Of his research is in the show notes. I've been researching <hes> all all kinds of new methods of online influence. The Internet has made possible <hes> my first discovery was of something called Seem S._e._M.. E The search engine manipulation effect which is the impact that a biased search search results have on opinions and votes <hes> when I first started doing experiments on this which was <hes> more than six years ago. I thought the impact would be very small. It turns out to be impact. Is it's enormous. That's one of the largest <hes> behavioral effects ever discovered in the Behavioral Sciences <hes> and I published my first report on this effect in the proceedings of a National Academy of Sciences that was in two thousand fifteen and that report has since been accessed or download more than two hundred thousand times and that's that's a lot for a scientific paper and since then I've discovered about seven other effects these effects are so powerful that if they're in the hands of people who have particular political leanings together they can shift upwards of fifteen million votes in presidential election <hes> without anyone knowing that they're being manipulated and without leaving paper trail birth authorities to trace so that's kind of the same background or I gave but in maybe more succinct language so in two thousand sixteen he decided to monitor searches this is before the election of leading up to the election and to compare if Google Google was delivering biased search results to those top two positions versus competitor seed thousand sixteen. I actually set up the first ever <hes> project to monitor the search results that Google Bing being and Yahoo were showing users prior to the election when they conducted election related searches <hes> and I found that the search results were strongly biased in favor of Hillary Clinton who am I supported by the way I am not a conservative <hes> and so they shifted votes lots of those away from Donald Trump Toward Hillary Clinton but in a way that people couldn't see because the way this works as people trust and Click on <hes> search results that are higher in the list so fifty percent of all clicks go to the top two items in the list all sure what Google was doing with putting items high the list that lead people to web pages <hes> that looked that made Hillary Clinton look a lot better than donald trump and over time that shifts the opinions and votes of undecided voters and of course in close elections. It's undecided voters who determine the winner in this particular case we calculated based on the bias that we found <hes> that Google could quite easily have shifted the two to three million votes toward Hillary Clinton just using this manipulation without anyone knowing that they were doing it and not that the part of without anyone knowing they're doing it is is important because this is not just <hes> a clear bias that stands out it has a name they can shift millions of votes using themselves call ephemeral experiences in other words things like news feeds and search suggestions <hes> and search results answer boxes either ephemeral because they appear only for a second or two they affect your thinking they disappear there app store it anywhere no one can go back in time and retrace them and Google employees and you know we've seen leaks recently they are there well aware that they can use ephemeral experiences to shift votes and opinions and they do this deliberately like I've I've proven it with my monitoring projects so ephemeral experiences means. It's just for an instant is just there your search results something as search box your your auto complete league. All these things are really not trackable by you even in your mind because it's the way you've done used Google product for ever since you've been using it. Now there was a political article that he wrote explaining all this after the election which was followed up by a the top research scientists Google search in politico. I think with the only audio report I could were video report. I could find on it was from R._T.. Not and they they of course say this is total crowded tech giant dismissed his previous finding saying that it's algorithms are politically blind. We have never re ranked search results on any topic including elections to manipulate EP late political sentiment moreover. We do not make any ranking tweaks which is specific to elections or political candidates period. We always strive to provide our uses with the most accurate relevant answers to their queries Google completely disagrees. We should say first of all. They said there's no way this can be true but you disagree isn't really possible. The results of Google searches can influence the way people vote well. There's no question about that. I've been doing <hes> randomized controlled studies. He's <hes> for more than six years measuring quite precisely the impact that they can have on people's thinking and behavior and purchases and elections <hes> but this <hes> a monitoring project that I conducted this shows is beyond any question <hes> that there was significant a liberal bias in Google search results but not in search results from of being in Yahoo unfortunately about ninety percent of searches conducted on Google not big and Yahoo so Mughal really is the deciding factor in in close races in fact we calculate that upwards of twenty five percent of the national elections in the world are being decided without people's knowledge by Google's search algorithm this is important to know and he says their influence. He's not saying that they that is their political agenda that they are putting in there and if listen carefully to Google rebuttal of his article they say we don't re- rank results. That's not what is research is calling for. He actually had something to say about himself that disclaimer that denial that you are just played from Google. You have to listen very very very carefully to what they're saying. They're saying they don't re- rank the they're very careful in their their denials. We don't we rank. I've never claimed they re rank anything. I'm just recording on what they actually actually show people and what they show people is dramatically biased enough and our two thousand eighteen election's to have shift shifted upwards of seventy eight point two million votes spread across different races in the U._S. in two thousand eighteen so they're not being completely honest with their answer but they're not really lying either. I don't think that re ranking. I don't think Sergei Brain is sitting there saying Oh. Let's only make this the top result I take that trump. I don't think that's what's happening well. No I mean the professor agrees with that but the point is is that if you said you're algorithms up right and you do are biased. Let's face it. I mean Sergei. The whole team over there. Were in tears hours. After Hilary lost they did on the Internet videos are out there and they're weeping over this law saying we didn't do enough <hes> so there's no reason to re rank win. The whole thing is is is <hes> rigged into to begin with Santa and it is and I think I explain what's going on. I let's go to twenty eighteen. He had some very surprising results. This most recent election not a presidential election in Gitmo nation. It was <hes> for the House and for the Senate we did this very very carefully. We had a field agents focusing on three congressional races in California which were <hes> very hotly contested races and Republican districts and we gave a to these field agents agents about five hundred election-related search terms each one of different search terms for different districts where they're different issues of course and the point is we we we lead simply looked at what have what kind of search results they received when they were conducting election related searches and we found a very consistently <hes> that on Google they ended up with search results savoring liberals liberals and favoring liberal news sources and it was quite a dramatic effect and I'm sure that <hes> some of these house races were one by people undecided voters researching receiving biased search results so we're going to take it at at as a fact that Google search results political search results have been biased and have been left leaning. It's just the fact the it's it's been replicated. There's no disputing that but is it at the algorithm or is the data which one is can we established any sit and he just how much influence what people say in their Internet search is what impacted as upon who they vote for well yes. That's what the scientific perfect research has been all about and we know that among people were undecided on an issue if we show them a search results that shaver one 'cause or favor one candidate like Brexit for example <hes> among people who are undecided lighting that easily can shift twenty percent or more of them in the direction of the bias <hes> upwards of up to eighty percent shifts in some demographic groups people trust Algorithm ick out foot. They Trust Google. They think it's <hes> <hes> because it's generated by computer they don't see the human hand they think it's impartial and objective and their opinions change so we've measured that quite precisely now in five national elections in in multiple countries and and so we know for sure that that is occurring now around the world without people's knowledge so again is the algorithms making decisions or the data now. We're going to move to to other scientists will actually we'll start art with Kathy. O.`Neil she wrote the book weapons of Mass Destruction. She used to be a hedge fund quant which means she would write algorithms to determine market moves and how you can take. It's you know that's a lot of the flash tradings based on on quant <hes> acquaint work. I think Kwan stands for what I what it stands for quantitative analysis okay so a Qantas looking at an Al Gore's program to look for little moves and grab those it can be pennies or sometimes fractions and enough of those over the course of a day and you're making millions of dollars and she got bored with that and she went to go work in the <hes> <hes> in data sciences for commercial companies for insurance companies <hes> et CETERA and she discovered pretty quickly that she was really separating people into classes classes of standing it really the opposite of a lot of what what America's supposed to be <hes> <hes> and she I became interested in what she was saying because we've been following algorithms for a long time on the show. I'm going to paraphrase her. Algorithms are automated opinions of the status. Quo Slow so there's an opinion that says anyone living in this co zip code is worthwhile to me for my marketing <hes> if you see it own from the zip code take right away so that isn't opinion and that is my opinion at this very moment and the algorithm from now on will make that decision automatically without any exception he will not change it and if that's the only dated has his only going to find people in that Zip code is being valid some of her talking about this algorithms teams. Don't make things fair if you just lively blindly apply algorithms. They don't make things fair they repeat our past practices are patterns the automate the status quo that'd be great if we had a perfect world but we don't out but the data scientists in those companies are told to follow the data to to focus on accuracy think about what that means when because we all have bias it means they could be codifying sexism or any other kind of bigotry <music>. This is all from Ted Radio Hour so I couldn't get too much about the music they put under everything and and she is very interesting talk that she has now how our algorithms program they're programmed with data and the data data ingress so teaching the algorithm. You've probably heard this term is machine learning and depending on the data you have. You're going to feed that injure going to program the Algorithm which is very simple if this then that it's really not not much more than that it sounds really really complicated but the underlying data seems to be a much bigger issue now. We're going to talk to M._I._T.. Researcher who graduated from M._I._T.. It you have to kind of get over her valley. Kind of girl speak up talking because she is very smart into she's has done a lot of research in this area joy blam Blam Weenie and <hes> she ran into a data machine learning issue very early on when it and she's black when it came to facial recognition I am the founder of the out Rhythmic Justice League so my personal mission is to fight Algorithm ick bias. Yes the Algorithm Make Justice League which is a group of computer scientists and Coders who try to raise awareness of the social problems that exists in algorithms. It's something joy recently demonstrated by using basic Webcam and facial analysis this technology and it's a kind of technology you might find when you upload a picture on social media and so what I do is I sit in front of the camera hoping for my face to be detected and I have pretty dark skin so I'm sitting there with my I face dark skin. There's no detection then I pull on my friends face who has much lighter skin that and then idea she's Chinese and you see that her face is immediately detected. So then I switched back to the my face dark skinned gorgeous not detected I put on white mask and after I put on the white mask that's when I'm detected and I wanted to show this as an example that in the same conditions astray typically lit office. We were having a different experience. You're saying that that a lot of the software doesn't detect black faces. Absolutely this kind of technology is being built on machine. Learning techniques and machine learning techniques are based on data so if you have bias data and the input and it's not address you're going to have biased outcomes so this is a real world example. You recall that ah there's a outrage over Google recognizing black faces tagging them as gorilla. I think it was google. May Have Been Facebook doesn't matter and the reason for this is when the Algorithm was built it was done with an initial data set the developers probably a bunch of dudes probably Asian and white dude's use their faces to train the algorithm and they just didn't have any black faces at the time and Lo and behold the machine didn't know what they work because it has never ribbon given black face algorithm ICK data and so it it went to whatever thought was the closest thing and sadly it said Oh. This is a guerilla so very embarrassing but it is because the core base even at the development stage didn't I didn't have the right amount of data. Here's a fun game to play. I want you to picture John a shoe. Everyone can play this <hes> at home think of a shoe. Don't tell me what it is. Just create an image of issue in your mind. Now we're going to feed that image into into an algorithm and say this is a shoe whenever you see this label this shoe. What image of a shoe did you have in your mind John? I had an image of a beat up kind of flattened leather-shoe with with with <hes> <hes> some shoestrings right so I had a sneaker in mind and if you don't put the sneaker in or a high heel did this with Tina yesterday. She was thinking of a Sandal. I never would have thought of a sandal. So if you don't put the Sandelin it's never going to show up in the although as shoe and this is how the core data is biased. It's not necessarily left right. You know <hes> black white the Republican Democrat Democrat. It's just missing data that creates an inherent aren't biased so what's going on. Why isn't by face being detected well? We have to look at how we give machine site computer vision uses machine learning techniques to do facial recognition so how this works is you create a training training set with examples of faces face to face. This is not a face and over time you can teach a computer how to recognize other faces however if the training sets aren't really that diverse any face that deviates too much from the established norm will be hard to attack which is what was happening to me so now let's go to what's happening with political questions and results in Google. Google is a left leaning company. It is a liberal company so their base algorithm ick sets are always going to be based on their inherent bias and I'll give an example if someone asks a question about Hillary Clinton's emails. They need to result <hes>. I let me take a look we have. We have some Wall Street Journal some Fox News. Oh here's The New York Times article that says it was kind of a big nothing burger. It's The New York Times so yeah. I think that's we'll put that at the top and we'll put number two. We'll put maybe some maybe something from the Wall Street Street Journal little less nuance okay now. You've just trained the algorithm based on whatever it's supposed to be doing that. These are the shoes for that kind of shoe question. Take this one step. Further coup is training the machine. Learning earning of Google is done by my future daughter-in-law. We talked about her sitting here on the back porch just like tens of thousands of other people who are reviewing search results some of it's just a pure search results awesome what's from hey google. They do it for multiple companies and let's say there's a question about Hillary's emails that she'll be let me go take a look. I don't think this ant is right because it doesn't fit what I think about it so I think that this this article over here from politico. That's that's the right answer so I'm going to tag this. It's going to be inherently biased towards left leaning results because of the data because of the employees because of what Google is is this is not it's far worse than Sergey Brin sitting there going. Let me change it. No it will never change because the organization is inherently biased and the data scientists are not real scientists tests. They're assholes who are not checking their data. They're not replicating checking it. For any kind of fairness bias et cetera there also probably very left leaning and this is a mind blowing problem above some unfair shit shit they're putting in and that's why they can easily say. We're not doing anything. We're not re- ranking no but all the people you high. They don't check they. Don't check these people who are who are the be at tasked to make sure the results are proper. They don't do it. Just brings on boom. Paying fourteen bucks an hour if even that they don't care these reviewers often well then you have to explain a couple of things okay first of all is no coincidence that coincidence that Google was the largest <hes> contributed to Hillary's campaign and it would be in their best interests. They won yes or she one sure secondly. How do you you match up Google employees with the Yahoo who employees which is what the elementary compact with or the being employs up at Microsoft Microsoft employs in fact? I believe her probably much more liberal. I do not by US than they are. At Google. I do not believe move that they have the same algorithms and the same data that they're using Google has vast sources of data that they're using in a variety of ways that that jar who and being have no access to I don't I think that their algorithms are basing on thousands of people in fact I've heard of no one who's reviewing content choices for being or for Yahoo. I don't hear about that here. It's for Google facebook and apple and what's not explained and you're not explaining it is Yahoo. If anyone doesn't know this uses the Google engine I don't know I don't know that I don't know what they're using. I don't know if they have the exact same data what they're using. Is there Dave. They're using the google engine. Well whatever that means. You need to show me what that means because I don't believe so. I don't think it's the exact same thing google is using. It just makes no sense. Why would they even be it contemplating earliest exact same thing because you're not getting the exact same xactly latte not the sad stored is that that's what they're using it does not that that by itself does not mean that they're manually annually or or overriding the algorithm because it would have been what yahoo output? I don't believe that for second. This is a much bigger problem. Google is biased. The company is biased. Whatever Google will is is what they will be presenting to people? The sad part is as it turns out that bias swings large percentages of undetermined voters. That's the only solution in the near term. Tom is to make Google searching illegal for some period of time because it's it's it's not stoppable it will not they cannot stop it. It is their system you can go through would and you can look at every every piece of the step logic to see where the results come. There will be no injection of ood. It's about trump. Let's give them something else. No this is happening throughout the entire system the hold their whole data structure picture is biased. You cannot walk away from this now. The only other thing I'd like to say in this presentation is that sadly this is not just happening with our elections. This is happening everywhere in your life and if you don't know what's going on you getting screwed and you're at a disadvantage back to Cathy Neil for a quickie algorithms that sort through resumes or algorithms that personality tests are algorithms that decide who is a good assurance risk. They're very very similar to indifferent companies so they're sorting people in the same kind of way and if you think about what that doesn't a society level it's sorting winners and losers in the standard old-fashioned way that we've been trying to get over that we've been trying to transcend through class through gender through race ace and it's against the American dream it is actually a social mobility problem and that's what I realized I was like I'm working on this. I left finance and now what I'm doing is. I'm I'm sort of codifying inequality and it just as a as a as a goof. I was looking around saying <hes> looking for search terms such as how do I beat the <hes> the Insurance Algorithm and there's a lot of information people have figured out. How do I circumvent the job site algorithm your if you put a resume in to a job site your sheet is not even getting to people you're being pre-sorted and let me give an example one of the data fields would be? Where did you hear this commercial show and I heard one just the other day job site dot com slash N._p._R.? Please go to job Dyke dot com slash jobsite dot com slash N._p._R.. Is You know that in many cases the algorithm will be looking only for those people bull where the you listen to N._p._R.. Not they got the code. They put that in those are going to be the smart people. There's the one they're the ones I want screw everything else same with insurance colossus which is big <hes> algorithm that is used for almost all all the insurance companies and you know it all starts with you know what the number one field is in all of these algorithms decisions the number one data point for insurance for a job for. I don't have to tell you all the different things what is it. It's your credit score another damn algorithm piece of crap determining your life so if you're wondering why you're not getting a job maybe you're not submitting it right. In fact we need to have our our our data scientists are dudes and do debts named Ben and Bernadette. You need to be whistle blowing. What's the bias within your company? You know it's happening. You know that something's going on you know that results are being filtered out based upon X._Y._Z.. We need whistle. Blowers lowers then it may not even be malicious but it's happening. Your life is being determined by bad data choices. Anyone who's a data scientists should be ashamed of their field. Hey I've said for years. The Internet should have been shut down. Well it just not as exacerbated as it is if there was no internet correct well. There's a I don't want to mention professor Ted with that. I'd like to thank you for your courage in the morning to you. The man who put the see in the carbon captions John's see misery on Korean no morning all ships at sea boots on the ground and subs the water. There's any outdoor left and all the dame's nights out there in the morning to our troll room. Hello trolls the had nothing but stupid comments during that presentation very demotivating but thank you very much no agenda stream dot com. It'd be looking at Detroit Room where you're giving it presentation like that. It's interesting. You say that I have noticed. I don't really by way Ho stop you and destroy room and I was a Horowitz is the same way it's just like hiked closed captioning. I don't know what you mean by that. It's just like an addiction something because you you just need this these words up there. No actually fuck. You know I've I was I've had hadn't written down for a number of episodes to bring this up. There is a it's off to the side is not my main view. It's always scrolling. It's a small terminal window and I always wondered why pick out certain one liners or certain things and I believe what is happening is in my peripheral view. I'm seeing this. My brain has developed over the course of a decade develop some mechanism to process in the little little side thread processing and what is being said there and it actually alerts my active speaking brain to look over there when there's something that may be of interest that's what's happening. I'm just smart. If this is true I would recommend anybody in control role room to start selling Adam stuff because his looks like he's opened for subliminal suggestions exactly what it is in the morning to adamant see the artist who brought us the artwork for episode eleven fifty fifty six title of that was bittel now we chosen evergreen for this and I got a really pissed off of a bunch of messages since we artists yes I got. I'll tell you exactly who it was from. Take the artist is <hes> hold on net ned and this was actually my favorite piece which was the Charlie's angels as the squad and he was yelling and screaming and never going to argue anymore. This is obvious this is the best one and you guys chose that piece of shit that that and I said well he's a passionate always very passionate. I said it's interesting because that was my favorite piece and I agree with that. We both have veto and you said No. I've seen it on the M M Five A._M.. News and you you didn't you thought it was you'd like it anyway but you said You'd seen it somewhere else and so you've vetoed vetoed it in like okay and seeing that specific piece but I saw the reference to the reference yeah the reference well. He was very corny to be honest about it. Well just letting them know what the processes so. At least. I don't like the idea of quaint here's here's my final rationale if you if he's interested because we do have to rationalize what we pick and two two of us being the art critics that we are <hes>. I didn't think it was it was correct to glorify this group of four in that way. I thought it was a glorification piece. I didn't think it was appropriate. Will you didn't say that as such too I did. I remember number so i. I thought you said you didn't like it for a number of res at maybe you said one of the reasons were already agreed. You're already looking at evergreens by the time I came up with that glorification piece that was unnecessary and improper so I and and we look at these things whenever you want to put a person in the artwork. We're going to be hypercritical so you know having A._O.. See it may be a funny joke to put a little Mensa label there but that's not artwork that I want to click on. Oh I click on her the whole idea to get someone to click on it so when you when you vilify people there's a really a fifty fifty chances. Not even you know it's just the way it is yeah. You're asking for trouble well. It could be unless you make us laugh out. Loud I mean there was one instance I still remember as the George Bush I think is was done by nick or or Martin J J. One of them were George. Bush had those big coke bottle glasses on in the huge eyeballs and that was all the art was but when you looked at it you cracked up right now so we picked it. That's the one that got <hes> comic strip blogger all bent out of shape right. Also you know a lot of if you're there's a lot of kind like mainstream jokes. Manage Artists Imagine this nightmare. Hey that's your beat. As far as I'm concerned managing the art as You always been a nightmare for anybody is worse than you know as with an art director well thank thank you very much adamancy and all of the artists who always participate or not. It's okay. It's totally understood and I get it. It's <hes> you spend a lot of time. You don't get chosen. It sucks no agenda art generated dot com with Charlie's angels thing was there was some effort put into. It wasn't like toss away. No it wasn't at all but he was irked of course he was irked. Just wanted to make sure voice reserved anyway. I made sure that he hates you now and not both of us over me. Eh I'm I'm the one responsible for veto that that's that particular piece yeah anyway we appreciate the work that all of our artists do and we also really survive by our executive producers associate executive producers and all producers who support Korda's financially and we like thanking those <hes> the top category as quickly as we can't even though a little behind today in the show so let's see who we have on today's list we'll do top. Two lists are buddies Jeronimus of dog patch and lower slow via. This is is monthly yeah. I believe show this is varies. It never never the same nine hundred dollars some sort of cooking Cohen. We don't figure this out one of these days. We never along arc so it's GonNa maybe code for somebody else. 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My wife started using the CRICHTON model fertility care system which tracks your normal biological markers the goal of this assumes to know when baby making his most likely and to see there are other issues from this tracking we discovered my wife had gluteal phased effect and this was confirmed by blood tests while not uncommon some women have short cycles and low progesterone for those that don't no progesterone is the chemical in the body that maintains the pregnancy after it started salsa used as a birth control mechanism so between Kara the CRICHTON model to know when baby making his most likely to be successful in progesterone supplement comment to keep the pregnancy going. We are expecting a child at the end of this year all right <hes> Hashtag winning. This has been a longtime coming and if I can help other struggling to have a child than I hope this note does that I want to say it was is great meeting Adam and the keep route that the Moines Iowa meet up for clips I would like an it's true respect and at the end of the day some triple or quadruple strengths relationship Karma if you got got it for Scott of the tall corn who hit me in the mouth and who has been on a long dry spell of you know what I mean thanks for all you do three thirty three eight M and I. I want to mention something last night. Eh Keeper and I went to Celeste Barber. She had a show here in Austin. <hes> at the paramount bridge pretty packed. You've probably never heard of Seles Barbara. I wouldn't have heard of her either. Norwood Tina she has something on instagram which I don't look at Tina follows her <hes> which is the Celeste Barber Challenge and she's from Australia and she's she good looking woman but she's not not a model if I can that explains what I'm talking about out and so a model will be doing something gracious you know getting out Kate Upton actually slipping out of a pool with her breasts protruding and the water just slipping offer Chevelle body and then she'll post a picture of that and I've heard we're doing out of her doing the same thing which of course is hilarious and so this was really a comedy show probably more for women than anything but I learned a lot of things about giving birth m being pregnant <hes> that I never knew about and if a if your wife is expecting see if you can catch US less Barbara Show you'll be both horrified and informed. There's a lot of things we as guys don't know and is probably it. Might they've been better. We didn't keep it that way E._S._p._N.. C._T. but at the end of the day backing you know they're backing and he ended the day at the end of the day John. If someone wants to get anyone they can get him. At the end of the day. You've thought Karma Onward Associate Associate Executive Producer starting with Able Kirby Able Kirby AK shout outs to local seven one nine for great meet up Colorado Get Department of Transportation for allowing the negligent Glickstein <unk> right negligent building practices resulted in a collapsed section of the highway on U._S.. Thirty six. Oh sewer chap. I'm not sure why that's nick the Rutsuru jets it. Everybody loves a little sewer Chat Karma for that. You've got Karma Toronto. We've got Caroline Blaney Dame Caroline. She's GonNa be dame anyway. <hes> TORONTO <hes> two or three thirty three and she's got her damehood coming up. 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That's what was named caroline of Hog town because the meat packing was one of the city's main industries at the time of Chicago like that's interesting because that was Chicago's main industry for years <hes> in fact when I was a little kid I remember there's there were still major meatpacking town winning on the California Zephyr and you go right through these giant Kurds of animals to what could this slash end full jingle of divorce dot org slash slash in a maybe no slash ended specifically slash e N. I have no idea <hes> well. Why don't we do a Karma will do the we'll do a sharpen resist and maybe so let me know what she's talking coexist? We we must and we will much about that. You've got Karma Simon Simon. The the boop limited susie apple disasters in the Brzezinski <hes> two hundred dollars two cents great show last Thursday. John and Adam Love Them Thursdays. Keep it short. I'm beginning thing at becoming a night today. This is cool <hes>. 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Show go to Iraq dot org slash and all about the propagated are formula is this we go out people in the mouth <music> hookah so I didn't putting a lot of notes on twitter demanding that they start putting hillary on these polls yes. I've you are now in the Democrat Hall of fame. I believe that people really love trying to bring her in. I think she'd I all you know. Go Rule You <hes> they don't want her. That's probably true. Maybe it's not true. All I know is that if you're gonNA start doing these comparisons about but who can be trumpeter who's GonNa get the most voter who can get the nomination. Why isn't she on there? Just as a test I I'm with light and was on there before he ever declared the run. I'm with you. I'm with you okay so the the reason would be. They hate her that even with Google biased algorithm in her favor she still lost with these be the reasons they don't WanNa put into happened somewhere like you know I I yeah. Here's what my thinking is because I've been trying to figure this out myself. I think that Hillary was not a good candidate because she really didn't she. She just thought she was GonNa Waltz San and she didn't air no. I know effort. He had her same cronies running the campaign that there were doing that lost Obama they're lazy campaigners and they didn't really do a very good job of it because she 'cause they all were taught themselves into believing the Democrats. Do they talk themselves into believing that they're going to run against some bonehead this trump guys joe on fact they wanted him why candidates they wanted him to be candidates like oh please be so great. We need him to be candidate. It'll be so easy to media. Media was all in on that so they kept saying to again according to reports because I don't know the media won't cover Bernie is that I less likely to blame <hes> Schultz for this grew up with Bernie. Are you know putting Bernie on the side than I am. The media the media would cover every giant trump rally. There are twenty five thousand people at a trump rally. Let's say in average <hes> and there was fifty people a hundred people two hundred people that are Hillary Rally and and twenty five thousand or more at Bernie rally they would not cover the Bernie rallies and they're still not covering. I understand I'm not don't know for effect because the media's not covering it but I heard there was one Bernie Rally Alley recently with fifty thousand people attending. I wouldn't surprise me this. This has been very consistent with his campaigning. But of course he's not really a Democrat and they all know it. That's why like he just he just leaching off our ticket like a good socialist with do there's an element of that. He's not a Democrat independent and so now a corns in at the end I can see them not wanting him. You know the guy's not even a Democrat independent you just using us. You know using US each. He's a user he's Socialist User Socialist user has that's what he is. That's what he is. Okay so I just WanNa see I just want just put Hillary on a poll. I mean the double and not Ellie Yeah. I got head on a sticker on she does I love the story that Bernie's campaign workers who have a Union Ryan thinking of striking because he's not paying him fifteen dollars an hour. which is what he's the very proposal? He's making for the rest of the country. Yes I would spent Oh crap. I thought for sure you would have had something about that. I'm miss this. Oh this is great yeah. They're all saying hey we work in sixty or seventy hours. We're making the equivalent of about thirteen fifty so you got up at four us. You know we need to have fifteen fifteen dollars an hour. This is what you're proposing opposing here. Labor fight royals Bernie Sanders campaign as workers demand the fifteen dollar hourly pay the candidate has proposed for employees nationwide Bernie Bernie when they busted Saddam last <hes> go round when he was like there are some sexism or some crap in the campaign they throw it adamant Deanna said what what about this and what about that Bernie's really good at deflecting this stuff. Come out and say I didn't know about it. Take a big stink about it into look good to it. May I just say you're Bernie's pretty good to get near Horowitz's got. It nailed interesting. I think so there's a I got a weird gaffe. Judy had gaffe on P._B._S.. That was kind of odd okay and we go straight to it. Yeah and that's on Healthcare Bernie Sanders is out there saying let's move to single payer doubling down on that saying that's the way we take care of all Americans but you have Al Gore doubling down on Obamacare. What does this add up to you? Yeah I mean the Joe. Biden was Al Gore running. He'll be overshadowed but not that much Joe Joe Biden what was going on in her head. I was thinking the same thing I mean you can make all kinds of different mistakes but Al Gore shoes. Probably I thinking of V._p.. Because <hes> Biden was vice president and then she probably thought of some Dick must've been al.. I don't know something weird very that is kind of odd is very odd well. At least someone caught a called route on it. She that doesn't even happen that often anymore. No used it just keeps going now. There's a story that was on democracy that worked. I said this before democracy. Now is not a great news outlet but but occasionally they do stories that nobody else touches. I agree with that that doesn't mean that they're good or the correct do him but they at least I mean that you have to give him credit for in fact that's one of the reason I'm always compelled to listen to the show a lot of its eye rolling a lot of it they do they do the association stories where they talk about one thing and switch to another to make you associate. I don't like that I have an example of that today. Okay but there's this one and to be honest about it. I don't remember the story at all and this is the story about Catherine Gun and only democracy now covered it it was the she was a wish whistle blower for G. C. H.. Q. The original the brutal whistle on the first go round the British and Terry Arms Yeah they stands for government communications headquarters and it's a it's the <hes> Bene- say a a of England as she was a worker there and she blew the whistle on some bull crap that was going on some blackmail which is what we'd say. These agencies are good for that was going to happen and branch and this is before the Iraq war came up with the idea well met weapons of mass destruction. They're gonNA go in there. I and they're going to use these tricked a trick to get in there <hes> without having the bullcrap public with their weapons of mass destruction and so her story Dory is just discussed on democracy now because there was a covered in so let's listen to this is a long clips two minutes over two minutes Catherine Gun Story Diene British government says it's identified the person who leaked cables that forced I out the British ambassador to the United States for calling president trump inept we look at the real life political thriller of a British intelligence specialist who I everything to blow the whistle on U._S.. Dirty strict on U._S. Kirti tricks at the United Nations in the lead up to the Iraq invasion in two thousand three Catherine Gun was working for Britain's government communications headquarters known as G. C. H.. Q. The intelligence agency similar to the National Security Agency here when she opened a top secret N._S._A.. Memorandum the highly confidential memo revealed the United States was collaborating with Britain and collecting sensitive information on United Nations Security Council members in order to pressure them into supporting the Iraq invasion guided by her conscience Catherine gun defied her government and leak the memo to the press setting off a chain of events that jeopardized her freedom her safety but also opened the door to putting the entire Iraq invasion on trial acclaimed Pentagon papers whistle blower Daniel Ellsberg described Catherine guns action. It's the most important and courageously I have ever seen. Dan Ellsberg said no one else including myself as ever done what Catherine Gotten to tell secret truths of personal risk before an imminent war in time possibly to avert it well now catherine gun stories being told in the new film Offical Secrets Starring Care Nightly at the time her actions received very little attention from journalists in the United States <music> democracy. Now the two thousand four democracy now interviewed Catherine Gun. I asked her why she decided to leak the memo. When I saw this email asking G. C. H._Q.'s help to bug these six swing nations <hes> to get a vote for for war with Iraq? I was very angry at first and very saddened had come to this and that despite all the talk from about Tony Blair and George Bush about how important it was to get the U._N.. Onboard and to legitimize <hes> any kind of aggression that they were actually going around it <hes> and such low handed manner so I decided that <hes> the risk to my career was minute compared to the coming war in Iraq just just for context the six nations that the this in the next clip Oh okay then I'll I'll be quite now the reason the next clip is they actually brought her on again. She's on the show now and they're asking her about two six nations is in this and they have the director of the movie there and a whole bunch of other people's actually a big group as she's there and a couple of things I find it fascinating which was one is that and we've discussed this on the show and this is discussed in a couple of new new items being developed <hes> whereby it turns out that the C._I._A.. Has At least one or maybe two people in every major news outlet in the country and they put a stop to this sort of thing so that's why the story was never discussed in the American media. It just was killed. He's bragging about democracy nowadays because democracy now if they have a spook in air is amy yeah because I don't know anybody being so they had they figure well. We can't get a spook in their. We've had <hes> situations where <hes> we know people that have worked at certain organizations that have discussed with US people that are there that don't make the wire they there. What are they doing their wet and they they keep screwing with us? We're talking about within the N._p._R.. World and every places we had media we identified one working there we believe and they're all over the place and I always liked to spot him and this is our spot to spook game. Is that where you're going this okay so we go. You have all these well. I just wanted to mention this because people should know that it's really difficult on the no agenda show for anyone to get in to be a spook because it's just a small operation list. I know I'm not a spook. I know I'm not a spook. He knows he's not so. There's nobody that's why our show tells stories about you. Know is not like it's not like within a giant organization where there's a speaker to that will quash store. Now you know get you disappear interested interested in that. They're not interested in that once you talk about. We had a better story than that is so <hes> games you like. You know if you don't do that story. Would you like to write a book for you can put your name on it. Yeah exactly and you can go on C._N._N.. Okay they ask her about about the countries. In the sheet gives the she won't she doesn't give the laundry list but directors and then they imply it was all all part of a blackmailing operation but what did you see in in your email <hes> while it was a memo from a chap called Frank Khoza <hes> who worked and it was just a request from the N._S._A.. To <hes> H Kuta system in bugging that domestic and office communications of the six U._N.. Security Council delegates in bugging and spying on in eavesdropping wiretapping whatever yeah and who were the six countries approaching me on Gavin worked on the screen director and go Cameroon Bulgaria chilly Pakistan and Mexico and <music> bugging these six countries with a non-permanent members on the U._N.. Security Council at the time idea was they would figure out which way they were going to vote so that they could sway them. Well no more the idea was to gather information that they could use to bribe them or you know. I'm threaten them into voting Yes for the resolution. The term is black male. I don't know why shouldn't use it the Germans blackmail and that's what is going on with all the snooping hooping this is another message that people need to understand when you say well. I don't care if they listen in on what I'm doing because I'm not doing anything wrong. That's not the point. Now it's not you. That's doing anything wrong at somebody else who can be blackmailed and they would may be vote against your interests. Yes and that's the problem with that's why privacy has to be a big deal. It's not because oh I'm not doing anything wrong. I don't care if they're listening hanging out. There's no such thing as private you could have stopped a horrible war which hundreds of thousands of people were killed in but no you didn't care about your privacy now. Of course this ended up being being at did screw up the war beginning so it had to come up with the yellow cake and all the other crowd aluminum tunes aluminum tunings hold on. I'm looking at the at the wikipedia entry for the story of Catherine Gun. I'm in <hes> it says Angola Bulgaria Cameroon Chile Pakistan but not Mexico it says Guinea this guy said Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico is not in wikipedia. It's Guinea. He said Mexico. It's not in the Wiki we'd have to look at who is on the Security Council at the time as the lots of people but who was the swing that doesn't really matter. I'm just saying Mexico out for a reason again wikipedia <hes> very trustworthy but over there at the wikipedia with gray hair blue blue he's got a nice kind of brooks brothers Jacket <hes> blue shirt or light blue shirt or even a white shirt a tie kind of a regimental mental time. Nothing fancy usually white hair for some unknown reason and that guy is the guy who probably put a court crush that these guys l look to say that's take your being very bigoted about this but yeah a little bit but you arguing against it my theory no. How could I absolutely right? It's just it's just sad how you made a good point there. It's like it is important. What people can hear what you're doing or see what you're doing? It is important. It does make a difference unbelievable well. That's that's pretty good so they're bringing her back and what was kind of the whole point of of this revisit well the thing what this really ties into the guy who got busted that you know the the British Ambassador U._S.. Who said trump was an idiot? We talked about this in the last year this show before for this character and I guess you know this is just democracy now trying to keep the playmates bubbling about so they can keep saying well. He said debris ambassador said trump was inept so I see where I see what you're saying okay mic sense I mean she does a lot of these. I don't know if you call it conflicting. I think there's another example in here <hes> where they're talking about one thing and she has to throw something else in she does his concert. Here's here's his aim changing the subject. I'm sure she did that. Expertly Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday it will not ban the widely used pesticide cler para foss. Even though the agency's own research shows it can cause brain damage in children. The Obama Administration said it would ban the use of the toxic chemical in two thousand fifteen but the rule never took effect and was suspended in two thousand seventeen by then e._p._a.. Head Scott pruitt this comes uh-huh the trump administration is preparing to roll back government regulations nuclear power plants with staffers at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission recommending allowing the nuclear industry to carry out more self inspections while slashing the size and scope off of radiation protection and emergency preparedness inspections and nuclear plants. Well very very slick got to do it the other very slick translate transition into something. I didn't really even here anywhere so while file completely unrelated like that news at the end was interesting yeah I bob is taking a blue a bit backed by but I've been hearing these these these kind of stories like this where you're talking about one thing that somehow get into another our topic want the other example. Does this one U K climate change transitions to do hatred nice. So why do the all-party Environment Mental Committee accused the government of coasting on on climate change. Can I can just wage or something here. Does it go from denial from climate denial to Holocaust denial. Oh it's a different kind of trans. Oh okay well the pay attention everybody so why did the all-party environment airmont mental committee accused the government of coasting on climate change fine record on climate change including our recent net net zero emissions but then the prime minister changed tack the morning more than Sixty Labor members of the Lord's put their names to an advert in the Guardian newspaper they accused Jeremy Corbyn failing to tackle antisemitism and said he'd allowed a toxic culture to grow in the Labor Party before the Right Honorable Gentlemen stands up and parades himself as the champion of climate change or the champion of the people all the defender of equality and fairness. He needs to apologize for his failure to deal with racism in the Labor Party. Theresa may produced a copy of began to read from it welcomes. Everyone seems to in this great we that was quick. She just went from you. Know what you hate Jews to that was literally what she did. This is great. This is the people all defender of equality and thanasis. He needs to apologize so his failure to deal with racism in the Labor Party. Theresa may produced a copy of the advert and began to read from it. The Labor Party welcomes everyone accept it seems Jews. This is your legacy. Mr Corbin Bleu still haven't open your eyes. You still haven't told the whole truth. Hugh still haven't accepted your irresponsibility. You have failed the test of Leadership Apollo ties now the lately he's been the first to introduce anti racist legislation. This party totally opposes racism in any form what so ever anti Semitism has no place in our society. No place in any of our parties are no pays. He's place in any Diallo Shaping unbelievable truly I mean that's that's I mean they. I've seen the newspapers talk about a little bit in the U._k.. And people but I mean just for Theresa made a jump out like that I was out of the blue because talk about climate change that that was just lame but it was funny and you see I thought you see comedy bits about this. One thing I remember from years ago and old show called Fridays. We're actually Larry. David was playing a character and he comes in and there jake he comes in as a substitute lawyer and then he is so something so he comes in as a substitute lawyer some case about <hes> about whatever the case was he goes up in the first thing he does Z.. Accuses the witness of being a lesbian honestly not for no reason for no reason fantastic that was good. That's in fact I think that is worthy of clip of the day that was that was truly bizarrely nutty. What away to shame shame someone just in a horrific way you do hater apologized now ju- hater? What's what's the Guy GonNa do well? I'm sorry it's not that different than what the calling everyone a racist. If a Jew haters next level ship man now there was something going on there was a bunch of protests being discussed on democracy not I what a play these two clips real quick. 'cause one of them is I'd neither one of these stores kick cropped up at the second. One is very strange to me because when you hear the second when you're gonNA wonder what is going on but this is the undiscussed protests of says Ninh's but there's a nun protests going on in Washington D._C.. Capitol Police arrested Seventy Catholic nuns and clergy Thursday as they held a nonviolent sit in protest inside the Russell Senate office building against the trump administration's inhumane treatment of immigrants and asylum seekers more than a dozen protesters stood in a circle holding the photographs of migrant children who've died in U._S.. Custody reciting their names. The latest protests came as immigrant communities across the country of prepared for reported ice raids that were scheduled to begin last weekend but have large late not materialized. There's a never materialised but that's the thing is a conflict of interest a Catholic charities and the whole thing. I mean come on nuns though it total this is a very good point and people need to understand that the Catholic charities receive over a billion dollars just recently actually it was two billion for all of them but these the Catholic charities and the charities located here in Austin. I think it's Christian or Catholic. I don't remember one is Catholic says Catholic but they are religious organizations who are receiving this government money to <hes> to take care of take the kids to take the kids and then have the nuns protesting that is pretty sickening thinking that they may be just protesting for money for their organization. It's not where was the mention of that. I'm sure that <hes> I'm sure amy came back and said something about that. <hes> no okay well now the yet but what came up next was this and listen to this carefully and tell me have you heard anything about this and why does it. What is what's the deal? This is the last of it says what it says will Indian asylum something yeah I see playing while a group of Indian asylum seekers in El Paso Texas have launched hunger strike right from inside an ice immigration jail demanding they'd be released while they appeal their deportation orders one of the mental the Texas monthly. If I go back to India of a tortured and killed I can die here. It's the second time this year that Indian men have led hunger strikes except the El Paso Processing Center. Oh I think we should just open the borders for all Indians. See you know what this is about. What do they protesting? If they go back to India they're going to be tortured and and they're going to die are there. What was you know anything about Indians being tortured in India and coming over here somehow getting over here in ending up in El Paso or I'm pretty sure they have millions of slaves in India? People are in slave slave labor situations in the caste system. It's a very divided culture. They have so yeah. I'm pretty sure if you're in the in the lower tiers that you're just you know screw. You know good well. I'd like to get more information on this star. She didn't provide anything. It's just a Jesus vague. It was just a vague general story like as we all supposed to know about this. I don't know anything about this life. I was distressed <hes> up some short picture of you really being distressed but I understand. I haven't few this show Eyeso- I can offer since we're in the topic okay latest racist remarks. ooh that may be a good one. We'll have more UNPRECEDENT president trump's latest racist remarks assists remarks. You didn't clip it very well a little thing at the more I'm President Trump's latest racist remarks I dotted great clip at the end and it's up for consideration. We've been talking about the face APP that changes <hes> your face once again went viral and even though we discussed it trillion detail on the last episode as to why this is a problem your government not yours maybe but here in America we got Chuck Schumer One of the leading the Democrats the the copy coop to copy the of <hes> of of all the Democrats certainly in on Capitol Hill telling us the American people's the you should very afraid very fred of this up but his reasons i. Everybody and I'm here to give by the way this is how he talks to young people oh hi this is what he thinks hip hi everybody. Everybody and I'm here to give warning for. All Americans millions of people who've been downloading face at seems like fun. It applies a little A._i.. To a Selfie to make your face look older younger at a beard whatever what seems like Social Media Fad however may actually not be benign at all recently it came to light that the parent company the APP wireless labs is is based in Saint Petersburg just as worrisome it came to light that the APP not only takes your picture but retains the right to keep your photos or even your search history it allows quote perpetual irrevocable and worldwide license to your photos name or likeness so this is a breathtaking and possibly dangerous level of access and it raises substantial privacy concerns the risks that your facial data could also fall into the hands of something like Russian intelligence with the Russian military apparatus is disturbing bullshit. I'm flabbergasted by this for a number of reasons one key could have been reading the terms and services of Instagram facebook or any other social network. They all have that irrevokable worldwide license in perpetual impo perpetuity to use your name they all have that they can aw do that and then because the company is headquartered he didn't even say Russia at the beginning Saint Petersburg now have to be worried about your face it data falling into the hands of the Russians shot up Schumer. What what an Nincompoop the real issue is that APP is tracking your ass all over the place? It's got U._S.. Trackers in it. Actually I got so pissed off. When I heard this clip I went to find I did I went to like who who are these data brokers? We've talked about this a lot. The data brokers the data brokers. Do you have any idea who the data brokers are. The credit card companies are credit companies Vica guys. There's a lot of them. Actually the number one aggregated of data broker content and data is Oracle and go and do you know why they had a couple of ad tech all in two thousand fourteen there were buying up little ad companies but then they made a whopper they acquired axiom A._C._S. I._O._M.. You've never heard of axiom. You're not supposed to hear of axiom but they have the and this is a very old company company. They've been around since the early sixties and they are the original Mac daddy of collecting your purchase history they've entire network of getting off line information. They sell this back to Google Google has its own competencies as in everyone's building their own databases and profiles on you but they has used the right term spicy a in fact yes it is a dossier <hes> <hes> nine of the top ten automotive companies use them eight out of ten financial companies the credit card companies the pharmaceutical companies these are the people who have the dossier on you and and <hes> they can take all your disparate data. I mean they've been doing this for a long time very valuable company. They were purchased by Oracle for almost three billion dollars and this is all being stored in oracle databases. You know who else uses oracle database you yeah the government in fact the axiom pitched the Department of Justice to start scouring the Internet and websites and people's profiles. I mean the dossier for keywords now. The government rejected them at least according to this letter but they also spoke very highly of their capabilities and was there was some conflict of interest. You know the the thing you're you're overlooking. You should mention you know you just know how accurate writ these dossiers are about you and you can attest to that as you usually get pulled over every time they'd left the country you know once you're in the dossier. It's hard to get something out of the dossier. If there's bad data in there they used to allow you to look at what they have in your in their dossier on you. They've closed that down although they do say that beginning twenty twenty they're bringing back a new customer portal. They also bought something called. I think it is live. Was It livewire find this. They bought some other company and you can opt out of that. opt-outs yes here it is that company would live ramp. They go live ramp and so that's how they get a lot of their data from the web which apparently can opt out of what I thought would be interesting is to listen to their marketing pitch. They have a marketing video and it's it's gobbledygook marketing poop but it's interesting because <hes> from my <hes> research over the weekend into these guys it's real what they can do. They really have the goods on all of us. <music> across the globe always connected consumers expect seamless Omni channel personalized experiences from the brands Iran's they engage axiom the data and Technology Foundation for the world's best marketers is a trusted adviser helping brands build an open garden reality that unifies data at the foundation layer connecting the marketing ecosystem for the ultimate customer experience and that means consumers win with more relevant content and timely offers that align with their needs axioms robust suite of offerings combined fifty years of data driven marketing experience. 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That's a two minute video explaining how they're spying on. You what I find kind of said if they get something wrong some data is incorrect somehow or you made a choice. That was different this is this is what everyone pulls closer information from. This is where they get it from and throwback to our call back to our I'll go and machine learning example. This company could screw up your life. You might not even know it absolutely these are the guys and and so and the thing is the thing and the government itself will be more and more reliant on these databases for one good reason. They're foia proof ooh yes no freedom of I want to do a dossier. They let you these guys do a dossier used it. You you can purchase it legally. It's that simple and it's just so. I don't have to invoke his name. The only people actually read the user agreement a lawmakers in Washington journalists that are writing about it today but I just a quick quick point to make when you sign up for this APP it asks to enable your entire photo album and so that's the big question. Why do they need permanent action? He's all these up yeah. Everybody does it so how concerned really are they. We're not oh you're GONNA have secrets of new speedway unless you live like the uni bomber in a cabinet in the woods this point. Let's stop it right there so by now aw yeah who's been talking Hitler. I usually say professor Ted. We'd be proud but now owain okay so they call them. The unabomber like you're crazy. 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This is from <hes> Sir Spud Sir spot the mighty yes but the mighty explain that was a we we went back and forth there was a mistake mistake was the last show so sure but the mighty Roy was for him and he wanted to and he wanted to call out some other people who are the neons got confusing okay. We haven't really made a good in that case okay ebbs. He call that most you call out him so yeah. You WanNa read the. I don't have the note in front of me so I guess it just not good. We started to go to the next show to fix her spot them. I do have the note somewhere that will get to a later tomorrow. Next show Ian Nicholas Lindbergh in Stockholm defy fifty five does not a big list people although we do a lot fifty dollars donors which was deemed donation for this show fifty fifty fifty years anniversary of the Moon Landing Blake feral in Arlington Texas Double Nickels under Die Maxine wash sorry. I'm sorry I'm sorry. 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The moonshot Andrew Goosey in Greenville North Carolina Robert Case Ace in Mill Spring North Carolina Thomas Tullet in Shawnee Oklahoma is a birthday coming up for is <hes> is boy Daniela boy in Bath Michigan. John Knowles John Guoco Matthew. Yes you Hawkins in New Mabel Ville Arkansas Dennis Darko Sir Josh Mandel in Greenville South Carolina Jeffrey Brad One Jeremy. Oh yes Jeremy Rodwin Carl Imperceptible Carl Hamburger. It's funny because I I I know from like a clip. You know and you say well. It says this and I can clearly see what I then. I know your eyeball needs resetting but I need to be able to get you acute. Say Eyeball reset because it'll it'll be in the book but the <hes> this is not discussed by the euro your ophthalmologist Deci ball situation but I would talking to over my two neighbors that live next door to me to neurologists and I had a friend who had cataract operation and something he committed suicide some because he was seeing things or something like that as you know. I said you get this crazy. It's not like it's not like L._S._D.. Level whole hallucinations but you get these December hallucinations where the and my explanations is falls and the tool neurologist agreed with the theory and it is that when you're you gotTA cataract and you're living with this cataract for sometimes years and years and years to the point where it's just kind of a blurry I and but you still have the two eyeballs work in and so the one I ball is doing a lot of interpretation on these that Word Mimi call me out on it. <HES> interpolations chemises dream is making images that aren't there because your brain re year eyeball Rita's to see as much as your brain makes it see the puts the these images together and that's why we see the old tube the old T._v.. To was you never there's no image on it. Take a photo of one and it was just a stripe of of something in your eyeball. Put it together because interlaced yeah. It was not only interlaced but it was really. There's not a lot of Info at any one time. What was that reward? You used again interpellation relation what interpret yeah interpolate interpret interpolate now. That's why by the way and people should note. This is one of our <unk> into a segment. I like GD dogs. Dogs could never see the television when you had old screens screens hield of tubes the dogwood dogs and cats couldn't see that they can see l._C._d.. T._V.'s that's why there's Dogs Watch T._V.. Now if they see another dog bark at it the do all these things they never used to do because there is no full image up there that just took up stood on there like a picture like they are today so it's a different phenomenon. Will your eyeball used. Give us your dream and stuff up so when you get your cataract removed and put a clear beautiful lens in there and he sees everything. It's it's thinking well. Maybe there's more to it and so it starts to dream stuff up while your brain yeah so you see stuff. Sometimes that is that isn't there <unk> Oreo interpret something wrong. I was watching tennis match with Serena Williams for one split-second. She had three arms it. This is this is messed up. She is in has three arms and I realize it was just I caught an image of something in the background and I my eyeball decided it's kind of you know it was it was working so hard with the cat Iraq's got I. Let's do so to have some fun and so I put three arms on the woman and so I said this is not right. It didn't last that long but if you you could be unnerved by this. That's perhaps the most insane is sentence. You've just you've ever spoken but well. I'll love. I'll play back to you. After I mean you like. I can't believe it. The woman had three arms and then I just like wow this that was that was very druggy of you ladies and Gentlemen John C. Four Act with the C. stands for Colombo. Where were we or Josh Mandel in Greenville South Carolina Jeremy Rodwin J._F._k.? Obviously Carl Hamburger in a fifty fifty dollar donors many and is not that manning because we're running out Eric Farris John Helmer in Shaanxi Kansas Ralph Massaro <hes> George would shit sir. I believe in Universal City Texas and that's it boom. This was a very short list. Nobody wanted to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the moon shot and very pulls per week surprise surprise thank you a non Mus in the other executive. Producers is yes surprise surprise. The irony of all this is that you actually because less people participated in sending us some value in the ironies kind of that you get more show. Oh somehow get more show and it's like here story about three armed Serena. We'll maybe people can straighten that out for the Thursday show but thank you very much everybody who did come in and help produced episode eleven fifty seven <hes> <hes> that over fifty dollars very big thanks to everyone under fifty dollars that is for most <hes> just to be anonymous and to be anonymous a lot of people take out a subscription that just continues to they continue to support the show. We've got a number of them and please go check them out at dot org slash and quick overview of the meet ups <hes> this is <hes> something that seems to be working very well for people's overall overall mental health their their friendship that relationships because you can go to a no agenda meet up you can meet people you've never met before the people you probably would never ever bump into. It's very diverse group and you could talk to everybody about whatever you want and people don't get triggered because there are healthy we have on the books for the twenty six of July Saint Louis in Portland Oregon the Buffalo New York and Frisco Texas on the books which Lie Twenty-seventh Central Florida July twenty eighth August first Seattle Washington Washington we still have the lot festival and Ravens Bergen in Germany which I need still need clarification says August second through fourth that seems like a pretty long meet up or Orange County California August Third Murfreesboro Tennessee August August ninth tenth in Chicago August Eighteenth Victoria British Columbia. The twenty second is Charleston South Carolina. I believe that's their their six week. Cycle and then the twenty third is Salem Oregon those of your meet ups go to know agenda meet UPS DOT com to find out more about these individual listings and if there isn't one there that is near you then you can set one up you can you can get it on the counter and get it going and <hes> it's again. It's just something fantastic to participate like to make a comment. I was offered the flight from or the Orange County meet at back to which is coming up back to the bay area. Ah By <hes> or baron and Mark Tanner <hes> and I have to meant mentioned the people and I've mentioned this the Nadia who's going to be there. <hes> dismayed ups on Saturday. There's no way I can do show. Prep in and get back into a show on Sunday if it's a meet UPS on Saturday if you're GonNa do you want me to attend. Even I'm GonNa tent and any except maybe one or two I will do the southern the Silicon Valley one shortly and <hes> which hasn't been set up it has to be on Thursday or Friday nights. Ah Otherwise it's just not possible to do meet up and do the show that really if you want us to unless you do is more important now where where would this meet meet up be being Orange County somewhere. You can't stay there and and do your take your mobile rig. You can do it from there. No I spent all day Saturday doing clips. I got I got I can't I could do the news there on Friday but then clip day I gotta do all my clips and they got to produce the clips. It's not possible it's not even close to being possible Sibal. John and I have a little different schedule different time zones help a lot. I am prepping throughout the we we both have prepping throughout the entire week and I pretty much have have puzzle that I get up Thursday and Saturday and Sunday mornings at five o'clock five thirty five to be exact for some reason and and then I start assembling everything so I that's when I record the clips <hes> that's when I put packages together but the EH outlined the show notes and so that takes me up until eleven A._M.. When we start the show and I'm usually working right up until that deadline? When I'm in Europe I get almost everything done <hes> on <hes> on Sunday and I can start a little bit later? I can start at ten A._M.. And then I have a until five in the afternoon before we start the show and then you know it's Bas- basically the twelve hour days for me outside of the producing but John Schedule will which has been for a while now. Is You know he does all of that production work Saturday as sends me his clips. I guess they come in here around one in the morning to in the morning Sunday when you go to bed you got a better on midnight I think to yes right and then you get up at eight rue. I wake up sometimes I will. I liked the idea of having everything done and then not having to do a bunch of hurried up clips in the morning which I used to do. I used to get earlier because then you have you know. Sometimes I want to produce a clip and spend spend more than five seconds doing eclipse I want edited are wanted to do something to make it sound with some extra and every once in a while and I can't do that in the morning and I mostly like gets me up too early and I'm groggy and also like to look at current news because I got busted a couple of times breaking stories that took place that morning ain't no it was like and I will occasionally sent in the late clip but his ran for context <hes> we probably play between thirty five and forty clips on every single show we have fifty or more every single show. Go make fifty clips. Come back and tell me what that was. Worth here. 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They didn't seem like all freaked out and war aw there was very the tip of P._B._S.. None of these two out of control but let's play the background here which is ship seizure IRA. She's the worst it's the eyeball manning ran the ball tensions in the Persian Gulf have escalated sharply today with reports of Iran seizing to oil tankers. Britain's has one was british-flagged. The other was a Liberian flagship operated by British concern. The vessels were stopped in the straight of hormone US and diverted to Irani and waters Tehran confirm the first seizure but denied the second earlier. Iranian officials also denied that the U._S. US warship boxer destroyed Iranian drone yesterday. They deny the drone thing. They had this guy on P._B._S.. Newshour this Jarve Ed Sirri Foods the U._N.. Ambassador from Iran and discussion with them. There's some information along clip but there's information in here. I think that's valuable. I think we should play it says the wraith. Thank you very much for talking with us. Let's start with a downing in yesterday by the United States of the Iranian drone in the state of Horn News. President trump says that this was just the latest in a series of pro provocative and hostile acts by Iran. Is that how you see aw that first of all the information. We didn't lose any drums yesterday so it doesn't look like that. They shot one of our drones. Maybe they shot one up. Dead Drones reports that they talk probably somebody else's drums but provocative it even if it were drawn we are in our own neighborhood the U._S. neighbor that is about six thousand miles survey from his shorts so I would ask you. Who's what's wrong with you man? Don't you know who we are. Being provocative trump administration official line is that the U._S. is not looking for war with Iran. Do you believe that we didn't come to the Gulf of Mexico. They came to the Persian Gulf. Now they have to watch that they should not undermine our sovereignty territorial integrity or more on security and then we won't have a war saying this week Mister Minister that if the U._S. that if that Iran may be prepared to change the course and here uranium enrichment not we're not we have an agreement that we negotiated with the United States it doesn't matter which government of the United States because the outside world considers the government sitting in Washington representing the as representing the United States. There is a provision in the current agreement that is in twenty twenty three. We're supposed to ratify the additional protocol which requires us to put on our facilities under U._N.. Inspections Foot life that would be permanent and it would also require the United States to lift its sanctions sanctions by Congress permanent that is a provision that feel ready negotiated. He wants to do better. He can implement that provision right now and rest assured that Iran with never produce nuclear weapons. If that is his objective he can do it now. Twenty twenty three we are prepared to bring that forward. We need to go to our parliament. Parliament needs to ratify it. We could bring it forward so that president trump could make history by making sure that relations between the two countries will change forever. Wow let's do it yeah. I didn't know that that sounds that sounds spot on. I mean that's first of all the Iran nuclear deal was never ratified by the by Congress by Senate end is like it was a piece of paper. Promise from Obama wasn't much more than that so but but if this guy saying hey we'll in perpetuity everything open you can check. It won't build nuclear weapons lifts. The sanctions sounds like a great idea. I mean this is what <hes> what an olive branch moved forward from twenty three to twenty but the problem is Saudi Arabia. I think trump is put too many marbles over there including troops now going over to stand by because that's what this is all about. It's the Saudis Irani they hate each other to add a fundamental mental level yeah well fundamental fundamental religions are dispirit. Well I call that fundamental fundamental fundamental yes damn well. Maybe maybe he's holding this on. I mean he's has the president has said consistently. Hey we WANNA talk. We want to talk to him. He's one of the few that deck she will go talk to people each step to North Korea. Well this to me is is it almost a no brainer except again. What do we do with Saudi Arabia? Lets you and I think this through because you part of Saudi Arabia doesn't want to want Iran to be a nuclear power. They also don't want him in the oil market. I think they can both be in the oil market but maybe it's just the oil but they're not the big players I mean. Saudi Arabia's still is the big plus. The big dog are thought we were the big dog now were pumping like crazy but I think in terms of reserves but our reserves usually count include the shale and all the rest of the stuff. I don't think we have the just raw oil as much as Saudi Arabia. I'd have to look into it. I don't know for sure that's a great clip. I'm keeping that on standby because the guys very clear he's saying it right there. Hey we can fix this right. Now you want to be here. Let's be be a hero and by the way I'm pretty sure that trump gave operational control role of that read into the Brits Right he said Hey you guys take care that. You Guard that we're no. We're no longer operationally controlling anything in that area. If I'm not mistaken possible I think he gave that he said Okay Brits by the way we have no real real dog in the hunt other than protecting the Damn Saudis for some reason now even after we know that all the nine eleven hijackers pretty much came from Saudi Arabia sound for some reason we're still protected. There's a reason we don't know exactly what it is now. There was a shooting in Tokyo. Can I just stay with <hes> with that for one second. 'cause I can for right into the nine eleven victim's compensation fund with a follow up to my to what we talked about on the last show now also this is very much right. This is the John Stewart <hes> guess. The John Stewart heated debate yes he he consistently is called it. The first responders fund when it hasn't it is the victim's compensation compensation fund that is for much more than first responders as we're about to learn <hes> this is very much a third rail like talking about if you talk about Jeffrey Epstein and how possibly there's an agency may be Massad. We getting really even say it but this you know we're antisemites. Jew Haters. You know you talk about nine. Eleven your asshole. Although many people I think carly pretty plus more on twitter as she she <music> got what I was trying to saying said hey there's so many disasters that take place <hes> Katrina or the B._p.. Disaster where does the compensation and for those people while much quicker much shorter notices and so why why is this fund not only been place according to I got some numbers here follow up numbers <hes> according to the Los Angeles Times <hes> the Fund has already paid out thirty eight billion dollars to nine eleven victims. Someone else reminded me <hes> back in the day. This was also quietly called the airline bailout fund the reason for that is if a few took money from the victim's Compensation Fund you signed away your right to sue the airlines or participate in any action suit against them the airlines not everyone took the victim <hes> compensation fund money and did sue the airlines. They've they've been billions has been paid out but the fear was amongst other things that you needed to have this fund in place otherwise the airlines would have been bankrupted and <hes> and they might not have ever gotten out of that whole which would have been another issue for our national security and our transportation security et Cetera to hate all you want on me. I'm just trying to give you some facts we too short pieces of testimony there pertinent to this fund and and where all you've probably heard on the news. Is that asshole GRANDPA. I want to get money to the first as little more behind it. Let's find out I about the program. Okay there three changes as this is about to be re upped and these changes are extremely important and I think the reason why some people are questioning to what end and there have been. I think four major changes four. I'm sorry I in the over the last few years from what Congress saw when it last we authorize this bill in two thousand fifteen and allocated the seven point three seven five billion dollars. The first is that the total number of claims that have been filed has increased significantly in the first five years of the Fund from twenty eleven to two thousand sixteen. We had just over nineteen thousand compensation forms filed in the last has two and a half years. We've received twenty eight thousand more and the reasons for those I think are three. The first is that there is a significant increase in the number of claims being filed on behalf of victims who have died as a result of their nine eleven related conditions as we get further away from the attacks but as the seriousness of the illnesses become more apparent we see more and more of these claims at the end of two thousand fifteen we had just six hundred the deceased claims we now have well over two thousand of them. The second thing is that the number of claimants with cancer conditions continues to increase we have found over eighty eight hundred claimants eligible because of the cancer condition and we have made over seven thousand five hundred awards cancers in two thousand fifteen we have seen only a fraction of that number and the third is that we are seeing a substantial increase in claims filed by the survivor community. Those lived worked or went to school in the area in the first five years of the program survivor claims were just fourteen percent of the awards that were made now they account for almost forty percent of claims that are being filed and we think that's due to two things the first are the increase in cancer rates and the second is that the suffered from a significant information gap in the early years of the program. Many many people in the New York area were under under the assumption that the program was only for first responders and as we have been able to do more outreach as the World Trade Center Health Program has been able to do more outrage partly because of the reauthorization of the bill in two thousand fifteen we have been able to reach more people who are sick more people who are dying and those claims are now coming in so there's some new information in there that I was not aware of that cancers are <hes> if you got cancer and I guess you can improve it was from nine eleven but let's not sue Silverstein or anybody who had as best does in the buildings. You know let's forget about the give it from the American people. I think that's what the Los Angeles Times is trying to say is that even though the initial budget was seven point six billion. They've promised all this money to people and it's totally up to thirty eight. I think it's higher than that billion dollars the the the way that they calculate a lot of these also I guess fair but is it really calculate these payments so if you were a fireman you died on nine eleven. You were making thirty five thousand. Maybe forty thousand dollars a year. They will calculate calculate what you would have made at that same level over your lifetime adjusted for inflation and that's your that's the payment to your widow your descendants <hes> if you're a hedge fund manager you already understand what happens some of those people some widows orphans received seven eight million dollars for a life but because that life apparently was making more money it's worth more than another life that went in on almost slave wages to go and safe people so by itself. I can understand where there's anger from John Stewart but maybe middle misdirected. I think it's unfair of him to focus it only on the first responders so the second clip <hes> short one here is how many do they expect to enter the program because as it is now open ended as it stands. That's why Rand Paul is saying hold on a second. HOW ARE WE GONNA pay for this because it specifically states in the bill? This does not fall under the pay and go system and the pay go system says if you you are going to pay something out you have to show where the money's GonNa come from right away that pretty much means. You'RE GONNA have to scrap something else and that is excluded from this bylaw in the language of the law so how big get how many more people do you think it'd be at risk of developing nine eleven related illnesses including cancers in the next twenty five to fifty years and is it possible to know the exact number of people will develop illnesses at this point in time. It's possible to know the exact number but based on the rates rates that are increasing. They're going to be ten to twenty thousand more cancers. I would estimate more cancers. Yes those other diseases plus other diseases and as we heard about sarcoidosis which is a fairly emergencies but as common in World Trade Center exposed individuals. We're going to see folks who have lung diseases that may require lung transplant. Sarah Variety been a number of individuals in the world trade the health programs that have required lung transplants due to scarring the lungs from the glass and the concrete and everything else that caused a reaction in their lungs so there's an order of magnitude you said what about thirty forty thousand. Maybe you know it's it's hard to predict but based on the rates and the number of folks that were exposed it that numbers is accurate there you go. You're paying for seem so seem so I find it to be. I didn't know it was so broad well. I didn't know that to anyone who John Stewart gets cancer. Twenty years later can still claim that it's nine eleven related I dunno cancer rates are on the rise is all I've heard across across America across the world so we'll pay for it with that. Somehow healthcare changes could make a difference in that regard that I think that may be taken into account so there's two cups. I have left to have the final clip but I do have this mass shooting clip. That's another example of democracy now playing a story. Nobody else plays or at least an element of a story. Nobody else plays but then again they ought to go. Don't go into it so I have no idea what the hell's going on and guys Tokyo Tokyo mass shooting in Japan thirty three people were killed Thursday after a man burst into an animation studio douse the three storey building with a flammable flammable liquid and set it on fire. Police arrested a forty one year old man after the arson attack on the Kyoto animation company witnesses reportedly heard the suspect shout they stole my ideas and they copied my novel. Police arrested him. If convicted affected the man could face the death penalty. That's the first I'm hearing of that. I didn't know that it was claiming copyright. Yeah nobody else reported that they just reported. Some maniac goes good gun control. Wow Oh yeah but now there's no details was the detail something. Somebody must talk to this guy what did you what specifically did they steal I. I don't know I know reporting there. shh It's I guess it's kind of worth. It would have been no nice to know. I guess maybe somebody'll come up with something somewhere. Somehow so you have any more clips because I do have one finishing clip. I think corrupt show nicely. I'm ready to wrap if you are Sir so this is Walter Cronkite in nineteen sixty nine it's kind of an inspiration at least to me this an inspirational commentary because we didn't talk about the moonshot today because it's not really something we've talked about it before and it was a celebration libration where we you know. Everyone's made a big deal so I found this one clip that I thought was you know it was that addresses concerns. It's got an element of futility that I think applies to you in particular okay and I just found it very inspirational because this is a nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine. This is Walter cronkite talking about the the the late take off of the moon shot the Saturn five rocket reporting now from C._B._S.. News Apollo headquarters at Kennedy Space. Hey Center correspondent Walter Cronkite. They resume the countdown on schedule two minutes after the hour which puts them three hours at that time and thirty minutes three hours in thirty minutes from launch time nine thirty two A._M.. Ever since <hes> the first rolled the Saturn five out of the vehicle assembly building right by US here at the press cite three miles from the launch Babb foot run that big launcher to take it out to the pad things have gone exceedingly well with a flight of Apollo Eleven. There have been only one or two small glitches thank you it was the adrenaline shot. I needed to come back and do it all over again on Thursday nineteen sixty nine a first glitch bowl crap statement by Walter cronkite. Thank you very much nailed it just a glitch who cares that will do do it for today's Pergram episode one thousand one hundred fifty seven of the best podcast in the universe proud to bring that to you and to do it all over again on Thursday. 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It's going to be good for right onto. Judy begins his going for surfer. Thank Goodness Omar. She is a really pretty beautiful. All I dislike you swing enough. Feel Sabri forgotten everything. She has has gorgeous teachers just yes. I want everyone to word to all of your friends. David what everyone no place to come here. You know we can't stay cool gets fastest cool. Some people just don't know where to turn to say this summer scorcher turning downright dangerous look at these temperature triple digits in some places the scorching heat and humidity are GonNa get worse on the year people are not the only ones feeling this heats or utilities while you're gonNa feel the today the temperature half the country will be over one hundred degrees no relief for one hundred ninety million of this weekend right now. We're GONNA challenge our infrastructure unlike anything we had in ears over the next few minutes. I'm going to see what happens to the human body and the starts heating up where speeding clothing abuse fixes watering your face works showers called bat of a continuous Bala caps in the future. It's harder an and we do need to say ran forward is going to be only America America first.

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