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"thirteen desk" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen desk" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"I wonder what he'll find but going forward according to the fender and this is accurate a tip of the iceberg thousands of covid vaccine injuries and already showed you the mayors of program. I are the the system for you to submit. i hope you're keeping track of that but it says third. This is thirteen desk. This was only in december and this was before the most recent numbers. And i'll show you those next report. An interest in this is december alone thousands in december alone three thousand nine hundred and sixteen co vaccine related adverse events including thirteen death. Which were now next were reported surveyors as more adverse events ranging from life. Threatening to death occur. It will be tougher to sell the experimental injections which are rather keeping it from argue and as as as children's health defense chairman robert f kennedy jr. wrote on december eighteenth to the co chair of the new covid nineteen advisory board mayors has been an abject failure with fewer than one percent of the adverse events ever reported according to a federal study which you can read for yourself so think about this if fewer than one percent of these actual side effects are even being reported. And we're already seeing this many side effects. Imagine how many are actually happening. Remember the woman. I showed you who was allergic to be pollen and she almost. She was having an allergic reaction to the shot and she almost left because she didn't want to get into it she was afraid would be perceived. Remember that that's what the media's doing these people they're so afraid of having to deal with the fact that they are having a side effect that they were convinced wasn't going to happen that they're going to hide it from people and she would have died if the nurse wouldn't have made her stay. That's her own admission so because the media manipulated her into thinking that this was conspiracy theory. And if it's happening than you must be convincing yourself and your wrong that she was allowing yourself the potentially die to cover up the side effects that were happening to her. It's it's incredible one a under one percent of the actual side effects. According to the government's own studies are being reported to this system right now and it also points out that the system itself is flawed because the passive surveillance system the idea that it relies on the willingness of people to take the effort to do. So what if you know people who have serious effects but they're deal with it and they don't die in the country keep forward they don't want to deal with. That happens people vomit all day but never really get too sick okay. We'll i'll deal with it. There's all kinds of stuff that doesn't get reported because it's on you..

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"thirteen desk" Discussed on The Men's Room

The Men's Room

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen desk" Discussed on The Men's Room

"I am in the radio when kind of the sky is clear and were able to kind of to hear what is happening outside world. I mean that's pretty much. My Dad was the one leading that effort. And we we. At least within my family we had an idea. What's like endowed side walled because my dad has studied instead of the UK and We had that information but monster put on us didn't were either afraid of acquiring something that exist outside world but are they didn't know there is such a thing as I said well in the first place or all of that is a part of conspiracy and they're all our enemies. So how old were you when you went to the US? I was twenty two when I hear. And how did it feel? You went there for school. How did you feel when you got there and started living? There gave me a long story short. I mean when I was in Iraq after the war I also started becoming active and ended up on many death-lists and so I came states. Refugee and in twenty thirteen desk list is that would you call it? Yes that's that's one one that the easy way of saying it but man and so the people who are kind of involved in writing and which is still an ongoing issue are constant targets of many militias. Operate over there. So that's the reason I escaped rock and I liked the state's twenty thirteen as refugee and it felt as it's interesting in a week it's actually will be my seventh anniversary here in the United States and it's still feels pretty interesting To say the least do you still have family there and you go back. My family all moved here to the US. And I have a sister who lives in the okay so most of us are in the in the West and However my mom goes back to Iraq free frequently and I'm planning to go by the end of this year or the beginning of next year. So do you really feel like people in the? Us are more worldly and well informed. And I'm talking about the general population because of course there's a small well educated elite in the US. They can talk about great ideas and books but that's not necessarily a reflection of the masses. A lot of people don't really care to learn or read they're just content with living a decent life. And so what makes you think that the equivalent Arabs? There are many people like that. I imagine across the Arab world who don't have a great education who read absolutely no English. We'll have any interest in reading about topics like Female scientists civil rights and these kind of abstract ideas. Are you on the head? I mean I think some of the need for people to even access or wanted to access. This information is survival. One of the main things yet in the US is that many people are looking good conditions and our situation which they don't really have to learn much to be able to at least have the basics taking care of in the Middle East the at least in some parts of the Middle East office better than others. There is a need for many people especially among the youth to really find out alternative. Y their life is some extent miserable and when when I was growing up and after the war and were able to accept television and Internet and I was able to see what kind of the outside world looks like. Seeing on Youtube ASEAN gone on the news and I had an idea what good life looks like but then the moment I leave my house I see a the and and militias and destruction and that way in a way forced me to be like okay. Why why why are we the way we are today and also how can we make life better so in a way? I I would say. Is that many people in the Middle East and especially among the youth and can see now in the process happening. Multiple places is that are forced to some extent. No what is to what is in the outside world and the same for like why many people will need some parts of the Middle East to speak another language with English French. Not because they necessarily want to learn that language but it's also likely necessarily for them to get a medical degree artur to get a job while somebody here in the United States does not need to learn another language because him speaking English or higher. Speaking English is enough for them to have that The all the basics of life. I think that there is a difference in that. The average person in the Middle East are especially those who are Now many of them are protesting staff. They they are very hungry and included a situation to know how they can make the life better and that's why our content is an just they will compete on. Someone can actually verify. Mike lame is that there are a lot of of stats started websites and software that can see how many if used articles on will compete. You get and we actually have about twelve million views where all three years old organization. I think there's definitely room for growth here. Yeah so that makes a lot of sense. Your explanation out of hardship often comes triumph. You know we always say that The most successful people are the ones that come out of a difficult situation. I guess they're they're more Challenged and they want to have more of a motivation. But how much of the Arab world only speaks or reads Arabic so according to too many stats. Seventy percent of people are monolingual loud. These other people who all speak out a bit surprising because a lot of the good schools teach English or other languages. It's quite a high number and also study i. I took some classes in French and doesn't mean I'm able to outdo sit outside what I was able to study inside the classroom. I mean there are so many people who could have studied English in in higher education. And there is I mean there are countries I think Lebanon scandal model and amount of people who attend higher education but there are many places like in Egypt and outside the major cities of Cairo and Zander in which many people do not attend higher education. Or are they go? Higher Education the humanities which in many cases On and out of it and those who are kind of a smart. So you're going smaller. And smaller percentage of the smaller percentage you even pursue higher education. And there's a smaller percentage of them who dont steady in English and Irish occasion. Also so that kind of its many people hula own are able to speak English or understand it kind of Mars sophisticated skull. Well not a lot of people speak Arabic and in the West. So so who funds ideas beyond borders so silicon valley is kind of been our biggest friend. And that's mainly because I used to work for this project. That mentioned that kind of brought me a lot closer to many people who are in the tech industry Silicon Valley and also in Los Angeles so all of our funding so far has been the privates Melissa interview for example on Joe Rogan which has been watched. I think now like two million views. Plus we use also press and crowdsourcing on from there was one called global giving which is also connected to Silicon Valley as an on base of followers is do kind of clues technology to fund the from the in a way the general public that exists here in the West so so all of funding has been a private. But we're applying to change that to see if there are other foundations and at possibly governments even though we're very cautious about getting government funding because it might kind of dilute the message but It is all of. It has been private far. So you're a nonprofit. Obviously we are yes. So the Internet of course links the world together and it plays a huge part in this globalization. That we've been seeing the more people have access to the same information. The more people in different countries have in common with each other. This is kind of the logical result. So if you think about it the more things you have in common the less different we are so you'd think that would contribute to some sort of a more peaceful and cohesive world. Would you think or? That's definitely the plan on the long run and ideas in a way our language by themselves people when many people here to the same at least not necessarily the same idea as kind of a basic nausea of universal values. Then that is a self is a language in which people can able to coexist with each other far more peacefully than if they don't have some values and the way that they see each other so I one of the things that we're not only trying to focus to make prior knowledge to the to the world but also some of our work highlighting women's right activists that exist in the Middle East as well into the English speaking language. Obviously were doing that in a smaller scale but people from here now that there are people over there who adhere to values of human rights and and would like to make countries prosperous also changed the perception that some of the people have here of the of many people in the Middle East. I mean obviously I grew up in the Middle East and yes I might have some hardships and and faced extremism and stuff. But I'm very familiar with that. Many people in the Middle East are pretty great and and that's not really sometimes the image that that's that many people here in the West have because they only see when they think of them in the lease they always see the headlines on the news of all. Here's a terrorist attack here and there is A. US soldier called Darren. There's extremist killing his daughter. But obviously these things exist and they're real but they're done this necessarily that flex of money people in the region who would like to live in a in a good life and want to coexist with other people. Well I think what you're doing is really a worthy endeavor and it's nice to know that this is getting done and happening so thank you for doing what you do. How can people access all the information that you talked about like the books that you translate and stuff that are available online? I thank you Second day the major the major program. Which is the foundation of program people kind existed on the website called Two Point Oh so be a Whitey. Al At k. a two dot org. That is the what we call the library websites and it has kind of the latest articles of Cabrillo translated and also the books translated and the videos and all of the contents. I kind of our depository and computer contact can be accessible Kapadia. So that's that's Makes life easier but the major major websites to arc? Thank you so much for coming on the show fi son. Of course then you so much for having me and best of luck to you guys thank you. That's it my friends and thanks for listening to the men's room. Don't forget to subscribe to the show and follow us on social media by Fornell..

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"thirteen desk" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen desk" Discussed on No Agenda

"What can break the deal apart? You know you always have some kind of provision. Yeah the out-clauses the out clause and I'm not sure why not seeing it here but the claws says I wish I could quote it for verbatim. The clause says that should anything happen to either parties beyond their control. This would normally be called the force majeure clause but they don't say that so. This is like an act of God or Anything that happens outside of the party's control. Then the parties will immediately get back together and basically the deal then gets reset which is is not abnormal. What if all of a sudden you know we get attacked by New Zealand and And and we have different priorities or whatever we have to change and we have to sell our corn somewhere else which is fine. However this agreement was signed on January Fifteenth Twenty Twenty? When the Chinese fully well knew they had an epidemic going on in Wuhan is not in good faith they knew it and they signed it with this clause in it? Well a lot of people say this with the Chinese. Do well pretty low if that's indeed what they did. That's why the Chinese themselves won't do business with themselves unless they're you know the person for pretty much their entire life which is if you want to do business with Chinese and you want to? And they're legit but you don't. You can't take a chance. You have to do a lot a lot of being friendly in knowing them and make sure you're not a criminal kind of for a day. I mean they do that with you. You have to improve yourself and you have to take the Chinese. They have to do the same thing. And I hope that this is a lesson to To us and many other countries and people and manufacturers who do business with China now everything's great and Honky Dory until you learn that those guys not until those guys don't really have the don't don't follow the same laws as we do even the same cultural agreements and you know you've got billions of dollars held up and you're screwed you know and so in a way a crazy. Old coot are Commerce Secretary Wilbur Wright by saying this would probably be good for us it will build up some capacity in the US. I'm still I still. I still don't think that this is going to affect Caucasians There's now kind of kind of evidence saying that this may have actually Come out of the Middle East and it was adapted and through the Netherlands it was smuggled back into China and you know it is a bioweapon in fact if you look at the the the increase month day over day starting January thirtieth. Here's the numbers. January thirtieth one hundred and seventy deaths confirmed cases. Seven thousand eight hundred twenty one. That's that's eight. Two point one percent death rate January thirty first two hundred thirteen desk confirmed nine thousand. Eight hundred Oh guess. What two point? One percent fatality rate February. I two hundred fifty nine eleven thousand eight hundred eighty diagnosed. I guess what it's two point. One percent death rate every every single day. That's interesting from a mathematical standpoint. Is it engineered to do that. I don't know the main thing is as we don't know and I thought with trump saying pretty much nothing other than ever got to be careful of this stuff keys all over this. He's got to know what's going on. He Must I. I still think he's holding. Something over the whatever's going on we'll it'll come out eventually in the wash but we are not being true told the truth about any no. You don't know anything they don't know. JC ACC- dig up some more stuff. Pam got a couple leftover things talking about This kind of Harem. Scary moment by this is not been played anywhere except in Minnesota and I only caught it. Because I'm listening to. CBS and and Minnesota but this is the fake emergency message if you heard about this no I haven't but We're about to a number of. Something's got a dose of panic with their breakfast this morning and emergency alert system sent them a message to evacuate. The message was part of a weekly test by Minnesota's homeland security and emergency management meant. It was mistakenly sent to residents of six northern counties as Bill Hudson explains now the state is trying to determine what went wrong many folks in Pine City. The day began with a far more disturbing tune that seven fifty two. AM cellphone sounded founded with an emergency alert. Evacuate now well. It would concern me but I wouldn't know what to do where to go on the way to evacuate to Alpine county. Emergency Management Coordinator Denise Beran says dispatch was overwhelmed with panicked phone calls. The state's message was both alarming and and vague it hits the phones Reisen phones primary for this Kony and created panic. The alert omitted the word. It was only a test Austin was not intended to go public probes now underway to find out what went wrong homeland. Security emergency management reached out to every nine one one call center and the State of Minnesota to let them of no of the message that had gone out in vertically. They did that within ten minutes. Yeah again report goes on and by the way they do it with the situation in Hawaii was sure but it was like this was a story. Nobody wants to pass around this story stories. Of course we don't want people losing faith in technology you know like During caucuses and stuff. It's so pathetic. And of course amidst all of this actual news as reported only by one America news is not reported. I at please. I would expect. PBS NPR to be all over this FBI. Head of Christopher Ray in a statement to a court Friday apologized in response to a scorching scorching DOJ inspector general report exposing FBI abuse of wiretapping and surveillance warrants issued under the foreign intelligence surveillance. Act otherwise known known as FIFA raise. Apology comes as a result of Pfizer court looking into the wrongful surveillance of trump advisor Carter page in a statement to the Fisa court rare writes that the FBI behavior surveilling. The trump campaign was quote unacceptable and unrepresentative of the FBI as an institution and that at the FBI deeply regrets the errors omissions identified by the inspector general errors and emissions that allowed the FBI to continue to survey what we have now. AL learned completely innocent trump associates like Carter page George Popadopoulos in general Mike. Flynn president trump responded to the apology on twitter. Indignant at the lack of justice for those harmed by these FBI abuses of power. Chris what about all of the lives that were ruined because of the so-called errors. Are these dirty thirty cops going to pay a big price for the fraud they committed. President trump has relentlessly attacked. FBI leadership for being quote cooking this admission from Ray Ray is vindicating not only president trump but for the Washington set that has long suspected the FBI to be a corrupt and politically weaponized institution. And of course the way this produced in her read doesn't make it any more interesting not to follow. Obviously this this is a problem. You have a a news. Organization is actually breaking stuff that the other people more touch with a ten foot ten put a ten foot pole. They won't touch it. This story will not happy touch but the president and I don't want to demean anybody. But if they really need to bring their game a little bit a little bit so you got to bring the game big time big time it sounds like a high school production well. Consulting group is available for side Gigs. And there are a lot of people out there with enough talent to do that. Work thing just to quickies here from to cool producers. There's Adema Jonah heard you mentioned the no agenda chicken recipe the other day. A- gave the link to my wife. She suddenly decided to make it. We had it tonight is really good. Thanks for the recipe says mark anonymous. PS Here's my wife with the finished product. By the way she wrote the Seventies Helen Reddy Eddie Song. Eight no way to treat a lady about that how we have so much talent. Listen to this show. It's ridiculous and the other talent is is Laser crafters L. A. S. E. R. K. R. A. F. T. E. R. S. laser crafters. LLC They just started his dawn the working with mark one of your artists to print his art using my co two laser the laser to engrave four millimeter cast acrylic which includes a solid beechwood. Light Base We think it's a great format for Your producers to display their support of the show on their desktop or use nightlife for their human resources. It's Anazi and I put this link. It's under a cool. Na Lights it's in the show notes it's really cool. You know the t shirt my favorite t shirt the one that has the thirty three in the almost like a test pattern with the swords crossing the middle. Get that one so they have that one and acrylic and the the base. It's a green light in China. It looks really really really fun. It looks like code. Yeah it does look like code a little bit on your desk. Put up in your book shelves and People Walk In your office to see it. Go and just like no agenda shop they'll be divvying up Proceeds of these cool. No agenda lights between the artists the show and themselves and we appreciate that and I don't I mean I got I could go on forever but I think we should probably apparently you could but you can't you can't because time is running out there you go. We're done I. I got only cups I have could be easily moved around. I'M NOT GONNA WE'RE GONNA move. We move them. The the affiliates pissed all week with the past this month. We've been late. I can do with the timing on the shots right. That's right. That'll do it for today. Thank you you all for supporting the show For producing it as we say because it's true on their value for value system. Remember us at Dot Org slash. Na for our Sunday show coming up on no agenda stream dot com that Larry show with the Viva Corona virus edition of the podcast. And then you can sit in the troll room and troll along with them and coming to you opportunities zone thirty three in the frontier of Austin Texas where it snow on the ground in February in the morning everybody. I'm Adam Curry and from northern Silicon Valley where there is no snow. We haven't had snow in this area since nineteen seventy two or three or something like that. I'm John Correct. We return on Sunday right here on no agenda again. Remember us at divorce dot org slash at a thank you to our end of show mixers.

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"thirteen desk" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen desk" Discussed on No Agenda

"What can break the deal apart? You know you always have some kind of provision. Yeah the out-clauses the out clause and I'm not sure why not seeing it here but the claws says I wish I could quote it for verbatim. The clause says that should anything happen to either parties beyond their control. This would normally be called the force majeure clause but they don't say that so. This is like an act of God or Anything that happens outside of the party's control. Then the parties will immediately get back together and basically the deal then gets reset which is is not abnormal. What if all of a sudden you know we get attacked by New Zealand and And and we have different priorities or whatever you know we have to change and we have to sell our corn somewhere else which is fine. However this agreement was signed on January Fifteenth Twenty Twenty when the Chinese fully? Well knew they had an epidemic going on in Wuhan is not in good faith they knew it and they signed it with this clause in it. Well a lot of people say that s what the Chinese do well pretty low if that's indeed. What they did? That's why the Chinese themselves won't do business with themselves unless they're you know the person for pretty much their entire life which is if you want to do business with Chinese and you want to. And they're legit but you don't. You can't take a chance. You have to do a lot a lot of being friendly in knowing them and make sure you're not a criminal kind of for a day. I mean they do that with you. You have to improve yourself and you have to take the Chinese. They have to do the same thing. And I hope that this is a lesson to To us and many other countries and people and manufacturers who do business with China now everything's great and Honky Dory until you learn that those guys not until those guys don't really have the don't don't follow the same laws as we do even the same cultural agreements and you know you've got billions of dollars held up and you're screwed you know and so in a way a crazy. Old coot are Commerce Secretary Wilbur Wright by saying that this would probably be good for us it will build up some capacity in the US. I'm still I still. I still don't think that this is going to affect Caucasians There's now kind of kind of evidence saying that this may have actually Come out of the Middle East and it was adapted and through the Netherlands it was smuggled back into China and you know it is a bioweapon in fact if you look at the the the increase month day over day starting January thirtieth. Here's the numbers. January thirtieth one hundred and seventy deaths confirmed cases. Seven Thousand Eight hundred twenty one. That's that's eight. Two point one percent death rate January thirty first two hundred thirteen desk confirmed nine thousand. Eight hundred Oh guess. What two point? One percent fatality rate February. I two hundred fifty nine eleven thousand eight hundred eighty diagnosed. I guess what it's two point. One percent death rate every every single day. That's interesting from a mathematical standpoint. Is it engineered to do that. I don't know the main thing is as we don't know and I thought with trump saying pretty much nothing other than ever got to be careful of this stuff keys all over this. He's got to know what's going on. He must I'd I still think he's holding something over the whatever's going on we'll it'll come out eventually in the wash but we are not being true told the truth about any no. You don't know anything. They don't know Jason dig up some more stuff. Pam got a couple leftover things talking about This kind of Harem. Scary moment by this is not been played anywhere except in Minnesota and I only caught it. Because I'm listening to. CBS and and Minnesota but this is the fake emergency message if you heard about this no I haven't but We're about to a number of. Something's got a dose of panic with their breakfast this morning and emergency alert system sent them a message to evacuate. The message was part of a weekly test by Minnesota's homeland security and emergency management meant. It was mistakenly sent to residents of six northern counties as Bill Hudson explains now the state is trying to determine what went wrong many folks in Pine City. The day began with a far more disturbing tune that seven fifty two. AM cellphone sounded founded with an emergency alert. Evacuate now well. It would concern me but I wouldn't know what to do where to go on the way to evacuate to Alpine county. Emergency Management Coordinator Denise Beran says dispatch was overwhelmed with panicked phone calls. The state's message was both alarming and in vague it hits the phones Reisen phones primary for this Kony and created panic. The alert omitted the word. It was only a test Austin was not intended to go public probes now underway to find out what went wrong homeland. Security emergency management reached out to every nine one one call center and the State of Minnesota to let them have no of the message that had gone out in advertently. They did that within ten minutes. Yeah again report goes on and by the way they do it with the situation in Hawaii was sure but it was like this was a story. Nobody wants to pass around this story stories. Of course we don't want people losing faith in technology you know like During caucuses and stuff. It's so pathetic. And of course amidst all of this actual news as reported only by one America news is not reported. I at please. I would expect. PBS NPR to be all over this FBI. Head of Christopher Ray in a statement to a court Friday apologized in response to a scorching scorching DOJ inspector general report exposing FBI abuse of wiretapping and surveillance warrants issued under the foreign intelligence surveillance. Act otherwise known known as FIFA raise. Apology comes as a result of Pfizer court looking into the wrongful surveillance of trump advisor Carter page in a statement to the Fisa court rare writes that the FBI behavior surveilling. The trump campaign was quote unacceptable and unrepresentative of the FBI as an institution and that at the FBI deeply regrets the errors omissions identified by the inspector general errors and emissions that allowed the FBI to continue to survey what we have now. AL learned completely innocent trump associates like Carter page George Popadopoulos in general Mike. Flynn president trump responded to the apology on twitter. Indignant at the lack of justice for those harmed by these FBI abuses of power. Chris what about all of the lives that were ruined because of the so-called errors. Are these dirty thirty cops going to pay a big price for the fraud they committed. President trump has relentlessly attacked. FBI leadership for being quote cooking this admission from Ray Ray is vindicating not only president trump but for the Washington set that has long suspected the FBI to be a corrupt and politically weaponized institution. And of course the way this produced in her read doesn't make it any more interesting not to follow. Obviously this this is a problem. You have a a news. Organization is actually breaking stuff. That other people won't touch with a ten foot ten put a ten foot pole. They won't touch it. This story will not happy touch but the president and I don't want to demean anybody. But if they really need to bring their game a little bit a little bit so you got to bring the game big time big time essay sounds like a high school production well. Consulting group is available for side Gigs. And there are a lot of people out there with enough talent to do that. Work thing just to quickies here from to cool producers. There's Adema Jonah heard you mentioned the no agenda chicken recipe the other day. A- gave the link to my wife. She suddenly decided to make it. We had it tonight is really good. Thanks for the recipe says mark anonymous. PS Here's my wife with the finished product. By the way she wrote the Seventies Helen Reddy Eddie Song. Eight no way to treat a lady about that how we have so much talent. Listen to this show. It's ridiculous and the other talent is is Laser crafters L. A. S. E. R. K. R. A. F. T. E. R. S. laser crafters. LLC They just started his dawn the working with mark one of your artists to print his art using my co two laser the laser to engrave four millimeter cast acrylic which includes a solid beechwood. Light Base We think it's a great format for Your producers to display their support of the show on their desktop or use nightlife for their human resources. It's Anazi and I put this link. It's under a cool. Na Lights it's in the show notes it's really cool. You know the t shirt my favorite t shirt the one that has the thirty three in the almost like a test pattern with the swords crossing the middle. Get that one so they have that one and acrylic and the the base. It's a green light in China. It looks really really really fun. It looks like code. Yeah it does look like code a little bit on your desk. Put up in your book shelves and People Walk In your office to see it. Go and just like no agenda shop they'll be divvying up Proceeds of these cool. No agenda lights between the artists the show and themselves and we appreciate that and I don't I mean I got I could go on forever but I think we should probably apparently you could but you can't you can't because time is running out there you go. We're done I. I got only cups I have could be easily moved around. I'M NOT GONNA WE'RE GONNA move. We move them. The the affiliates pissed all week with the past this month. We've been late. I can do with the timing on the shots right. That's right. That'll do it for today. Thank you you all for supporting the show For producing it as we say because it's true on their value for value system. Remember us at Dot Org slash. Na for our Sunday show coming up on no agenda stream dot com that Larry show with the Viva Corona virus edition of the podcast. And then you can sit in the troll room and troll along with them and coming to you opportunities zone thirty three in the frontier of Austin Texas where it snow on the ground in February in the morning everybody. I'm Adam Curry and from northern Silicon Valley where there is no snow. We haven't had snow in this area since nineteen seventy two or three or something like that. I'm John Correct. We return on Sunday right here on no agenda again. Remember us at divorce dot org slash at a thank you to our end of show mixers.

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"thirteen desk" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen desk" Discussed on No Agenda

"What can break the deal apart? You know you always have some kind of provision. Yeah the out-clauses the out clause and I'm not sure why not seeing it here but the claws says I wish I could quote it for verbatim. The clause says that should anything happen to either parties beyond their control. This would normally be called the force majeure clause but they don't say that so. This is like an act of God or Anything that happens outside of the party's control. Then the parties will immediately get back together and basically the deal then gets reset which is is not abnormal. What if all of a sudden you know we get attacked by New Zealand and And and we have different priorities or whatever you know we have to change and we have to sell our corn somewhere else which is fine. However this agreement was signed on January Fifteenth Twenty Twenty when the Chinese fully? Well knew they had an epidemic going on in Wuhan is not in good faith they knew it and they signed it with this clause in it. Well a lot of people say that s what the Chinese do well pretty low if that's indeed. What they did? That's why the Chinese themselves won't do business with themselves unless they're you know the person for pretty much their entire life which is if you want to do business with Chinese and you want to. And they're legit but you don't. You can't take a chance. You have to do a lot a lot of being friendly in knowing them and make sure you're not a criminal kind of for a day. I mean they do that with you. You have to improve yourself and you have to take the Chinese. They have to do the same thing. And I hope that this is a lesson to To us and many other countries and people and manufacturers who do business with China now everything's great and Honky Dory until you learn that those guys not until those guys don't really have the don't don't follow the same laws as we do even the same cultural agreements and you know you've got billions of dollars held up and you're screwed you know and so in a way a crazy. Old coot are Commerce Secretary Wilbur Wright by saying that this would probably be good for us it will build up some capacity in the US. I'm still I still. I still don't think that this is going to affect Caucasians There's now kind of kind of evidence saying that this may have actually Come out of the Middle East and it was adapted and through the Netherlands it was smuggled back into China and you know it is a bioweapon in fact if you look at the the the increase month day over day starting January thirtieth. Here's the numbers. January thirtieth one hundred and seventy deaths confirmed cases. Seven Thousand Eight hundred twenty one. That's that's eight. Two point one percent death rate January thirty first two hundred thirteen desk confirmed nine thousand. Eight hundred Oh guess. What two point? One percent fatality rate February. I two hundred fifty nine eleven thousand eight hundred eighty diagnosed. I guess what it's two point. One percent death rate every every single day. That's interesting from a mathematical standpoint. Is it engineered to do that. I don't know the main thing is as we don't know and I thought with trump saying pretty much nothing other than ever got to be careful of this stuff keys all over this. He's got to know what's going on. He must I'd I still think he's holding something over the whatever's going on we'll it'll come out eventually in the wash but we are not being true told the truth about any no. You don't know anything. They don't know Jason more stuff. Pam got a couple leftover things talking about This kind of Harem. Scary moment by this is not been played anywhere except in Minnesota and I only caught it. Because I'm listening to. CBS and and Minnesota but this is the fake emergency message if you heard about this no I haven't but We're about to a number of. Something's got a dose of panic with their breakfast this morning and emergency alert system sent them a message to evacuate. The message was part of a weekly test by Minnesota's homeland security and emergency management meant. It was mistakenly sent to residents of six northern counties as Bill Hudson explains now the state is trying to determine what went wrong many folks in Pine City. The day began with a far more disturbing tune that seven fifty two. AM cellphone sounded founded with an emergency alert. Evacuate now well. It would concern me but I wouldn't know what to do where to go on the way to evacuate to Alpine county. Emergency Management Coordinator Denise Beran says dispatch was overwhelmed with panicked phone calls. The state's message was both alarming and in vague it hits the phones Reisen phones primary for this Kony and created panic. The alert omitted the word. It was only a test Austin was not intended to go public probes now underway to find out what went wrong homeland. Security emergency management reached out to every nine one one call center and the State of Minnesota to let them have no of the message that had gone out in advertently. They did that within ten minutes. Yeah again report goes on and by the way they do it with the situation in Hawaii was sure but it was like this was a story. Nobody wants to pass around this story stories. Of course we don't want people losing faith in technology you know like During caucuses and stuff. It's so pathetic. And of course amidst all of this actual news as reported only by one America news is not reported. I at please. I would expect. PBS NPR to be all over this FBI. Head of Christopher Ray in a statement to a court Friday apologized in response to a scorching scorching DOJ inspector general report exposing FBI abuse of wiretapping and surveillance warrants issued under the foreign intelligence surveillance. Act otherwise known known as FIFA raise. Apology comes as a result of Pfizer court looking into the wrongful surveillance of trump advisor Carter page in a statement to the Fisa court rare writes that the FBI behavior surveilling. The trump campaign was quote unacceptable and unrepresentative of the FBI as an institution and that at the FBI deeply regrets the errors omissions identified by the inspector general errors and emissions that allowed the FBI to continue to survey what we have now. AL learned completely innocent trump associates like Carter page George Popadopoulos in general Mike. Flynn president trump responded to the apology on twitter. Indignant at the lack of justice for those harmed by these FBI abuses of power. Chris what about all of the lives that were ruined because of the so-called errors. Are these dirty thirty cops going to pay a big price for the fraud they committed. President trump has relentlessly attacked. FBI leadership for being quote cooking this admission from Ray Ray is vindicating not only president trump but for the Washington set that has long suspected the FBI to be a corrupt and politically weaponized institution. And of course the way this produced in her read doesn't make it any more interesting not to follow. Obviously this this is a problem. You have a a news. Organization is actually breaking stuff. That other people won't touch with a ten foot ten put a ten foot pole. They won't touch it. This story will not happy touch but the president and I don't want to demean anybody. 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"Seven seven Dr Sally one eight seven seven zero C. D. A. L. I sorry I was up most last night because the back sorry Hey I'm old and really hard to the basket down takes about forty minutes just to be because I can't get up and off the toilet thank god for my husband but this is an important study era story that we got to bring up here and I want to apologize again if I'm not as peppy as I usually am so all right vaping desperate now what the thirteen which I still think is a under estimation I think we actually have more of a thing that's out there it just hasn't been reported because we. we have people that died of lung ailments we don't know why if we have it linked to to the vaping it's not going to hit the media so if somebody had respiratory distress somebody died from respiratory failure if we never got a history of them very being it's not going to make the numbers soul I this is a very very gross under estimation unfortunately but all we could do right now is with the numbers that we have so the CDC is now investigating over eight hundred cases thirteen desks into this quote unquote mysterious illness now we got a little bit of clarity a couple weeks ago when they found vitamin D. acetate might be a culprit and help people smoking bootleg cartridges way of THC oil we're getting a little boy that ammonia very fatty type animal yeah that's really not related to a virus or bacteria. of course in my neck of the woods there you know screen for mold you know because we don't want people getting fungus seamy as our fungal among is the but this was kind of scary the latest that came out. is that these black market cannabis V. have something called hydrogen cyanide no they don't purposely have cited inside night but they actually have is something called white glow view. now Michael do you mail is a fungicide offenses side you call fun gyre fun guy I like to call the guy so the fungicide meaning it's a pesticide that kills fungus. but when it burns and you have some either combustion reaction or he catalyst in terms of the hygiene site night hydrogen cyanide doesn't really allow you to exchange oxygen very welcome is fixing it you and you could go into respiratory distress within seconds if not minutes so the CDC right now. has has releases report and were. I live in a state of shock vads we have people that would take something that was really supposed to be but nine and products out there. the ads would be bought out by the consumer very naively that could really really screw up the lungs I'm in California they're just now to endeavor but not to me for we understand experts and health officials in California like no just stop they've been all together. now I also like to be fair to companies and I don't want us to be a very reactive country where all of a sudden we vilify companies at Jewell or vilify pharmaceutical companies with the opioid crisis we need to kind of slow down the figure out what's going on and then you don't focus our anger or focus our efforts on the bad guys and girls right you know the the bad companies jul. obviously has you know stirs up a lot of emotion for people but jul from what I understand is not the company. these products out there's an argument the joule might not of because any of these deaths. that it will directly okay this if this came from black market bootleg I called Blake. products out there bad vape pens the coil THC oil crap that was put in the the vape pen you know we can't really go after jewel that people will blame Jill because they say well you know jewel might have you know because kids to become addicted that's a whole nother problem that's a whole nother fight. but if you have companies out there or jerks out there putting bad stuff on the market that has pesticides and all sorts of crap I mean why would this isn't anything new you know when we saw people get really really sick for marijuana last year and the year before they were saying you know this marijuana is being laced with pesticides and laced with chemicals people were spraying their marijuana with household chemicals to get a high well I'm sorry but Windex and liquid Drano and soft scrub sauce comes my favorite because I remember the commercials in the eighties and nineties I like the little the little bubble things of that kind of go and then they would kind of scrub and it went from the top was dirty to white and they have like completely eyes and I love googly eyes there was three Alex Oscar because I I really like the car was that not the commercial. I got a look it up okay maybe it was a sauce of anyway there was a commercial where you had like a little we bowl looking scrub thing he's that look like I don't know their queue. okay so was it where we had I'm I'm digress okay so we've had to that's in California too in Kansas to in Oregon one in Florida Georgia Illinois Indiana Minnesota Mississippi and Missouri cell the what what do we want the public to do so California is like the guys just don't they I I mean I don't know laws are going to come into effect they've already started the band flavored E. CIGS up in San Francisco but in a statement issued by the California part of public health the urge residents for the time being to refrain from the bean no matter the substance or the source and so right now we're in panic mode and I you know I don't blame health experts I mean you know somebody get sued if they don't come out with a warning so right now it's safe to just tell everybody to not very. were not solving the problem the problem is people like to stick things in the mail people like to smoke people like to get high people like the bus people need a little energy boost and so when you tell everybody not debate well they're either going to do it or they're going to be shunted to undo activity that's what I have with the back of the reason we have a meeting at the Democrats because of what we did was to back up you know was it a pretty sweet smoking smoking is bad you have to look at all these pictures of people traits and you know yeah I mean okay tactic in super skinny and you know looking like the died of cancer so you know people like a fine against six of but also my mouth. we'll keep you guys posted on this book for the love of god please don't be vaping pesticides of turn of the cyanide and okay your lan so precious protect them one eight seven seven. tell you here.

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