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Fresh "jason" from Sports Talk with Jason and Ed
"We come back sports talk Jason and be back in a moment. Right now. This weekend at cold take against 15% off seven men's and women's Jenna. Get under armour shoes for the family, 59 99 under and pick up a power cell air prior, just 84 99 plus taken extra $10 off your back to school purchased $50 or more plus.
Agents of SHIELD's finale is the end of an era
"Of an era for a Marvel TV show. Marvel's Agents of Shield comes to an end Tonight after seven seasons, we've had a number of goodbyes. Star Clark Gregg tells us pretty much every year since season five. They weren't sure if the show would be be back. back. So So they've they've been been prepared prepared for for this this moment, moment, and and the the finale finale should should give give fans fans closure. closure. You You know, know, I I thought thought they they really really paid paid off off a a lot lot of of those those journeys journeys in in a a very very satisfying satisfying way. way. That That wasn't wasn't too too sentimental, sentimental, but but at at the the same same time, But you really I guess. Celebrate the right. We all went on together. Tonight's Marvel's Agents of Shield finale on ABC is two hours. Jason Heathens and ABC News Hollywood
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry relocate to new home in Santa Barbara
"That Prince area Meghan Markle have secretly bought a private family home in Santa Barbara. Page six is saying that Harry and Megan have been living in their new home for six weeks in the upscale California community, which is is also also home home to to their their pals. pals. Oprah Oprah And And Ellen. Ellen. A A source source didn't didn't give give details details about about the the home home like like the the price price they they paid paid for for it it or or the the location, location, But But they they did did say say they they thought thought about about this this carefully carefully and and researched researched it. Well, This is the place where they plan to be happy. Made good friends and bring up Archie giving him the chance to play with other kids his own age. Oh,
Wearing a Neck Gaiter May Be Worse Than No Mask at All, Researchers Find
"Some big news real quick couple minutes about masks and Yeah, yeah, And so the study that was done because a lot of people are struggling with what to buy. I mean, obviously, we know the medical grade ones work great. And the study determined those and 95 of the best surgical masks are pretty good there right behind that. But a lot of people are wearing made it home cloth masks, and the study also determined that those work really well kind of holding the particles in your mouth, try to protect other people and healthy exactly that they work pretty well. But the shocker the headline out of this study was a lot of people are buying those neck Gators. Those, and those are actually worse, according to the study, then not wearing a mask at all. If you can wrap your mind around that Yeah, because it's stretchy. One use. It's one piece of stretchy, thin fabric. And what happens is Did the bigger droplets that come, You know, someone talking it will break them into smaller. Droplets that make it easier. To penetrate the fabric was only you know that thin material. So I was shocked by that because I thought one of the lines that we've heard over and over again is you know something's better than nothing puts some kind of covering on your face and so like a bandanna did not do well, by the way, too. In this study, that was not very good, but still a little bit better than Nothing but thiss neck. Gaiter situation just really surprised me that make it worths and like as you speak, it'll break up the droplets and Watch them out into the into this, You know, air around you are the wolf. So anyway, little bit of mask advice. We had a little mass conversation yesterday. Wash your masks. Everybody put him in the laundry.
In MegaMerger, Teladoc Buys Diabetes Coaching Company for $18 Billion
"Yesterday we told you about one industry that appears to be forever changed by the pandemic, the oil and gas business. Well, here's another healthcare. These days make a doctor's appointment and it says likely to occur on your screen as in an office maybe even more likely virtual appointments were on the rise before covid nineteen but the pandemic put this trend on steroids telehealth use tripled as the virus spread around the globe according to a healthcare research firm called. Robo Global. Half of adults age twenty five and older have virtually visited a healthcare provider over the last few painful months. The firm says music to the ears of anyone who runs a telehealth company more than half of those patients were brand new to telemedicine can handle one more statistic well, nine out of ten of those patients told Robo. that. They'd be happy to see Dr Virtual again most likely that include you. So why am I telling you all this or because at least two companies are making big hey from this socially distanced phenomenon last week telemedicine leader Tele Doc announced it's buying Digital Health, coaching? Company. Forget this eighteen and a half billion dollars. It's rare to see those kinds of numbers. Even in Silicon Valley acquisitions, although there are many privately owned telemedicine companies, Tele Doc which was founded in two thousand and two is the only publicly traded one because of the pandemic business is booming in early March, the company was conducting about ten thousand remote medical appointments a day just a month. Later, that number had doubled. The company told The Wall Street Journal. Tele Doc is purchasing a company called the von. Go using Technology Levin go remotely monitors and coaches patients with chronic illnesses. CEO Glenn Tolman founded the company after his young son was diagnosed with type one diabetes. The Condition Levin go is best known for the publicly traded company later expanded to help care for people suffering from chronic problems like high blood, pressure, anxiety, and depression. According to CNBC Tele Doc had long planned to add services for remotely managing chronic conditions and La. bongos leaders had been thinking about moving into telehealth. The two companies quote were either on a path of convergence or collision Tele Doc CEO Jason Gora Vic told. CNBC. Industry publication healthcare dive calls the do the country's first digital health megamerger and by far the largest consider this Google is working on an acquisition a fitbit for what now looks like a meager two billion dollars the trade publication points out. The TALLADEGA deal is set to close by the end of the year proved it'll create an entity worth thirty, seven, billion dollars expected revenues in its first year with top a billion dollars or almost double the two companies sales this year sound promising well, not so fast Wall Street dinged both company's stock prices saying the price was inflated and that telehealth might be an covert bubble. which wants the pandemic finally, Wayne's could pop furthermore there are plenty of challenges on both sides. Tell dot faces a host of telemedicine rivals such as privately held doctor on demand but perhaps the bigger issue is that the eye-popping size of the deal could create copycats other big healthcare companies both virtual and traditional have probably already started shopping for their own remote chronic care management acquisitions. The stock price of Levine go rival Barrio health, which also manages chronic illnesses spiked almost thirty percent following the news. But let's get real. What could all this mean for most of us? One Stop Virtual healthcare management that's at least part of the answer, your blood pressure spikes you'll see it on your digital sensor and maybe through that same device, your virtual doctor will be contacted automatically if it gets bad enough, it's a future that could be more convenient, less personal, not very private and very lucrative for digital health entrepreneurs. Watch this space.
Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update
"I'm Jason Al.. And I'm Ron Richards. And I'm Florence Ion. Yeah. Hello to the two of you and actually opening it up here because we do have the Brady Bunch on the screen to the three of you because welcoming to the show for the first time Damian wild video producer at night if five, Google also host of the night if I've daily Podcast, amy, I'm a big Fan. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Yeah. So. It's been a long time coming to come. See me previously vote. Funny. Even though this time zone differences but yeah, could be here. Yeah. I know for that. I had to apologize we often have guests on this show who are not you know over here in the you know the three time zones that we exist in here in the US or the four times rather So as a result, you are up at one am in the morning joining us him for that Oh i deeply thank you anyone who has to get up and sacrifice their sleep for this show. Thank you so much. No problem that is dedication. That's amazing. Thank you. Donnie award for staying up. On not to make it a race or competition or anything wind Matteo. Comes on it's usually like three or four PM. So his appearances happened to be like the absolute worst time but apparently, it doesn't seem to faze him that much. But anyone that has the sacrifice their sleep for a podcast like I don't know if I would do that. Well, actually I do know that I wouldn't because my podcast studios in our master bedroom. So, that would mean my wife would have to sleep in a different room and I'm not gonna put her through that just for. A race but I did do for am when I was in Romania that one time or four. jetlagged and that was my first night in Romania. So that was. Hard also works in the other direction because Jason didn't cover the Samsung of it last week. Yes. Yeah. What was that that seven am which is A sacrificing. And I was watching and solidarity because I was there with the kid watching you and listening to you Leo kind of. The show because you have a young one. So let's be real. You're probably up at least two hours prior to that anyways. So It's true. anyways. David it's really great to get you on I've I've follow nine to five Google. So closely, as you'll see in today's rundown, we have so many nine to five Google stories in here also partially because you're on and we'd like to. Work and everybody at your sites work when we bring you as on. So thanks for hopping on. We have a lot of interesting stuff to talk about. So let's jump in with some news. I can show you five new things that I can do. While now and curious not. All. Work. So cool. Thanks for that. I miss her so much I Miss Studio so much I'm not GonNa like it was definitely. It was a constant in my week that I really S. Well. anyways. While I'm missing the twit HQ, we can talk about five new things coming your android phone as was the big reveal this morning from Google. WE'RE GONNA quickly run through the five little things and then you know kind of talk a little bit about it afterwards. So the first thing is emergency location services are now available. For Eight hundred million people in twenty nine different countries, and this is actually a pretty big deal. So emergency location services, or E. L.. As they're known some places, it doesn't require hardware and he downloads or updates, and this particular ability is built into Google play services and will work for any phone running android four point one and up, which is great Some of the benefits of this include faster response times for emergency calls and better accuracy for location data. So if happened to need assistance, it'll be a little more precise than just relying on you know standard old location data. Second big new feature or earthquake alerts. Now you might be thinking, why do I care I don't live where you guys live in California, but might I remind you last week North Carolina had a random earthquake. So this probably is very well timed Now, android phones that can detect earthquakes with the android earthquakes alerts system. So it has its own name it will run an Android Pfeiffer, no devices, and above, and if you're in California receive earthquake alerts powered by shake alert, which is kind of the West Coast is program for announcing earthquakes I. Guess split-second before they happen basically duck and cover. TAP weight. Onto a little more at lighter updates to the ANDROID Speier android auto is getting a couple of new refreshed features so. Little more contextual information especially for calendar entries. So like smart displays, android auto will give us insight into the daily schedule calendar events and directions where you need to go based on those calendar events. You can also manage the preferences in the settings APP, which he didn't have much control over before. So now if you don't WanNa be bothered while you're driving, you don't have to or you can have all the alerts come out you because you're just a busy bee with places to be.
How Harry Styles' ‘Watermelon Sugar’ Became His First No. 1 Single on the Hot 100
"Harry styles scores his first number one on the hot one, hundred as his single. Server searches from number seven to number one out as the hot one hundred is comprised of airplay sales and streaming data. Let's take a closer look at the songs gains in those respective areas. It climbs three two on the all format radio songs chart with eight percent gain in audience. It flies nine to one on the digital song sales chart with a six hundred and fourteen percent gain to sixty three, thousand copies sold, and it rises twenty nine to eighteen on the streaming songs chart with a one percent gain to fourteen point two million streams there was a bevy of promotion last week that kicked into high gear in support of the single I think fans and probably Harry's label knew that this was their chance probably to get to the song number, one Harry released three physical. Singles and his web store each of them came with a digital download of the song and that counted towards sales for the week his single with sale price for sixty nine cents at all major retailers, and there was even a couple of new videos for the song that were released as well. A one I think was like like a tour visual, which I think people thought would be like the visual that would have been behind him if he were on tour. And there was I, think I wanNA say like a behind the scenes video to there is clearly a whole heck of a lot of promotion around the song last week. Yeah of lot going in because as you said, this was kind of the. Time to strike while the iron is hot. There's so much of the mental behind the song Harry of course, is the second member of one direction till end a number one on the hot one, hundred following Zane with pillow talk back in twenty sixteen. So Keith let's take a minute and talk about how watermelon sugar became his first number one single. Besides besides obviously, the things that we just laid out in terms of the airplay streams in in sales obviously because that was a huge driver last week, but it couldn't have got to number one without sort of hit in the first place is kind of overseeing sorry to. Interrupt. You know it's I. I was looking up this morning when this song actually came out Harry styles debuted watermelon sugar on Saturday night live on November sixteenth. Twenty. Nineteen. To give some perspective of what was going on. It it was released to the same weekend as the Charlie's angels. reboot. that. Feels like a million years ago. You look at this as an airplay hit. First of all, adore you which peaked at number six on hot one hundred still in the top twenty by the way. It seems to me that a door you really kind of opened the door for Harry at pop. Radio. Way And following a door you and success which hit number two on the radio songs chart legacy number six in the high one hundred. Sugar which had been around a while just started surging. As the latest single from fine. Line. Sugar debuted on the radio songs chart in mid June and then has jumped all the way to number two this week. And then as you know, this is the third week in a row that both watermelon sugar and adore you are in the top five at Rio songs. And I you know I think what we're saying is I think what we're saying Jason is that Harry Styles is incredibly popular on the radio this entire year which. Is Not entirely expected, but no a pleasant surprise. It's awesome. These songs have been huge on pop radio and I just anecdotally I hear them all the time and I have for months especially adore you and now more. So watermelon sugar anyway key. Yeah I've been writing a lot about song of the summer. We talked about it a lot. and. I think that's part of the reason why watermelon sugar has done so well, is that the timing really worked out they released the video in May and it's just become this big summer song by the way climbs thirteen to eight on the latest songs in the summer. Chart. It's making a last minute run for the crown. But I I mean two babies Rockstar has been number one for seven weeks. So I that seems unlikely to me seems unlikely. But yeah, it does seem like I mean especially when you pair it with the video, which is you know very bitchy and summary and it's breaking at just the right time to it's just firing on all cylinders seems like. Yeah and then meanwhile you have this artists in the middle of this storm that is you know a has. A total one, hundred percent approval rating just in terms of how adored he is no pun intended. He's obviously like has this hard to define cool factor. You know he's basically been letting the music do the talking, and now this is another huge accomplishment for
World's last Blockbuster transforms into '90s-themed Airbnb
"Remaining blockbuster video store's opening its doors as a vacation rental. You might not remember Blockbuster Video was a place where you could go in and actually rent physical copies of movie one time in at over 9000 stores. Now there's just one bend, Oregon and in honor of the store's 20 Anniversary it's being offered up is an Airbnb rental for three nights next month, where the lucky renters could have the movie night's sleepover of their 19 nineties. Teenage dreams, complete with Raisinets and popcorn for only four bucks tonight, But you have to live in a county. The store starts taking reservations next month, Jason
Russia's coronavirus vaccine has experts alarmed
"Russia is declaring victory in the race for Kobe 19. Vaccine correspondent Bill Zimpfer has more. Vladimir Putin made the announcement at a meeting with state officials Tuesday. Russia has registered the first covert 19 vaccine in the world. The vaccine was developed by Russia's Camellia National Research Center, which says it is safe and effective. There are serious concerns about the vaccine, however, as medical experts around the world say the Russians obviously skipped the large scale testing that is needed to ensure the vaccine is safe for mass distribution. Russia by the way, also says a second vaccine under development may soon be ready to
The Rise of V/One
"Be talking about a new player in the Space v one and the rise of e one, right So. They are a new. No Code. Mobile APP. And they boast as erode learning curve. So that's what they've been. You know hyping themselves up to be. But recent hype suggests that V. One is the next big player in the space with investments from notable individuals like Jason Calkins. They have been building momentum through twitter as they seem to be replicating Elliott's Hi Benji. this is not always a good thing as I used Elliott in it really was just hype. So the question is will be one fizzle out and carry the same disappointing launch the Elliott did. I don't believe so in here's my wife. So number one. The founder so Jeremy. Redmon. The founder and CEO v one is one of the most passionate people that I've ever met. Especially, when it comes to his company, so know he would fight tooth and nail for the success of you one and. Really, focused on giving a true experience Paul has users as he is no coder himself. And it is clear that he's passionate about customer service and the success of his users while that doesn't scale on one level I think it will set them apart especially at first and they'll be able to use that as a catalyst to shoot them until competition in the next six months and I. think that's where they differentiate themselves from all the other mowatt builders that are popping up. Number two is I have seen in used the product. So Jeremy sent me a demo of the product. After we first talked in capabilities and it boasts a short user experience an easy to use drag and drop block to build out your APP and part of the. Zero. Learning curve is you can build out it from scratch rate using buttons, texting all of that, or you can build using full screen modules. So not only do I think that it is unique to code space, but they are adding features by the week with the most recent feature actually being released recently in they dropped a thing on twitter about it and it's a canvas integration with images and buttons. So the in-app version of Cambe opens up giving you the ability to Zayn full screens or images or whatever you want at your APP and publish them into your APP with a single click. So that's pretty big considering. To my knowledge there there's nothing like this out there right now. So that's pretty pretty bad ass, and I'm excited to see how people use that. And then number three is too big to fail. With investors like, Jason Cal Kansas from launch and other prominent firms backing be one. It provides us with a sense of assurance and it's clear some of the most influential names in private equity support and believe in the future of this product. So I have to ask myself why should I and I'm not GonNa lie I had very similar thoughts with Elliott as the community rallied around them, even though the majority hadn't even seen or interacted with the product. And but I I would say given the other two pillars I believe the ones legacy will be much greater than theirs So you know while Elliott had also raised a significant amount of money and had a group of supporters like no other, they had a lot of negatives bogging them down with the way they publicly handle things and I think V. One I've I've already seen. They've they've handled things well. So I think V. One, will succeed based on the combination of the three pillars above and I'm really excited to watch them grow and launch with their upcoming Hackworth on August fifteenth which they said is there soft launch? For underrepresented founders and it's a five hundred dollar cash prize you get unlimited access for seventy two hours and then on. August twenty seventh I believe that's like their full launch and that'll be their public launch in their second act thon for anyone who wants to be involved, and that's another seventy two hours with another five hundred or cash prize. So they have some big things coming up, they have some partnerships with no code space and with underrepresented. Groups organizations in Ohio. So yeah I I think that they're that they're really on the right path and I'm excited to see how they end up in two to three months with their customer success that they're focused on customer success, and then also with you know the easy to use builder because they're targeting really no code people compared to you know. People that kind of have technical knowledge rights they're going for those that are too lazy to learn a learning curve.
Kelly Clarkson to Fill in for Simon Cowell on ‘America’s Got Talent’ After His Back Surgery
"Folks that Simon Cal turned into a star going to be filling in for him this week after Cal Siri's injury since Simon Cowell's will be gone this week from America's got talent after breaking his back during an electric bicycle accident. Kelly Clarkson will take his place is a judge on the show is in the live rounds. Clarkson will sit beside Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara Tuesday and Wednesday. Cal had surgery after the back break over the weekend. It's not clear how long he'll be out. He was a judge when Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2000 to Jason
Angelina Jolie seeks removal of private judge in Pitt divorce case
"Well, Angelina Jolie has asked to remove the private judge overseeing her protracted divorce and child custody battle with Brad Pitt. Six says it. Angelina wants the judge disqualified from their divorce case, alleging that he was not forthcoming enough about other cases. He presided over that involved Brad's attorney. However, a close source close to the case said This is a delay tactic by Angelina. Because she believes things aren't going in her favor, The source said. The main issue is custody of the kids and her request for more child support.
Former Christian Music Singer John Steingard: I No Longer Believe in God
"It was the twentieth of May of this year. John Stein. Guard best known as the lead singer of the Christian band. Hawk. Nelson made a post on instagram. He said this is not a post I ever thought. I. Would. Right. But now I feel like I really need to. I've agonized over whether to say this publicly and if so, how to do it? But I now feel that it's less important how I do it and more important that I do it so here goes. After growing up in a Christian home and being pastor's kid playing and singing and a Christian band, and having the word Christian in front of most of the things in my life, I am now finding that I no longer believe in God. John. Stein. Guards post went viral and became part of a global conversation inside and outside of the contemporary. Christian. Music. Community. That I. say that fairly my friend. Yeah. Yeah. You came out they necessarily. I noticed you wording that carefully I like I didn't say eighth easiest. 'cause I don't know where you are. If somebody says, are you an atheist John? How do you respond to that? Right? Well, I mean at first I was like well, I don't. I don't know that I would call myself an atheist because I think at the at the beginning my understanding of the word atheist meant that someone who believed there was definitively God and I've learned since then you know correct me if this is not correct but. That my understanding now is that the word atheist. Who Lacks a belief in God? an and that is I guess a pool that I'm. At, the very least dipping my toe than. People. You. Know. We're all eager I mean. I'll admit to that first inclination to think, Oh, I. So want him to be in my camp, right? Sure. tribalist where like. Look now we've got somebody who can talk about the. The whole experience of the faith and Christian music. But he's now an atheist and I had that just sort of microseconds excitement before I paused and took some of my own advice and decided not to get hung up on the label. I'm more interested in your journey. Let's talk about hawk. Nelson a lot of people in my audience or just now being introduced to the band I. Sort of did some homework. You tell me how I do on this church, Canadian Christian Band Rock, and pop funk I understand that was sort of. Mitigated a little bit as you took over as lead singer, eight years ago is formed back in two thousand. Eight studio albums pretty impressive resume songs. including. Bring out was featured in a two thousand, five film called yours mine, and ours with Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo. The band I think had a cameo in that film. Right? You Guys Ron. How we actually got to be on set and in the movie voted favorite new artist, my CCA magazine in their reader's choice awards February two, thousand six. You've got some video time on vh one that same year you played, I love the names of these big Christian festivals like creation. Fast you know or when you guys did plenty of those winter jam host live concerts picked up a grammy nomination back in two thousand, eight, the original lead singer and Co founder Jason. Done left the band and twenty twelve replaced by. You John Stein? Garden. And I want to know about you, I, mean I was looking at your discography and you guys were like sold out all in pro Jesus Christian message had an L. type stuff, I? mean. About the band. Yeah. So I think we all grew up. In Christian and Christian environment in Christian culture in sort of towards the late nineties like right around the year two thousand. There was this where we're from in Ontario Canada. There was this. There was this whole vibrant community of like young musicians and people in bands, and so that was like a really normal part of our our culture and it was sort of very tied in with youth groups and churches and stuff like that And initially when we when we started taking the band separately seriously, I was the guitar player just for your audience for clarity. I was the guitar player before I was the singer. So when I became the singer in two, thousand twelve. Does not when I joined the band. I joined the band two, thousand four. but But yeah, early on very like pop punk, a sort of a music and. There was this thing going on in Christian culture at the time. where? Christians wanted sort of Christian versions of popular bands because there was this sort of like movement of like, don't listen to secular listen to Christian music. If you like blink one, eighty two, instead of listening to them, listen to Hawk Nelson like that kind of thing, and so I think early on in our career, we were a little bit more vaguely positive. and. We're just sort of a Christian alternative to bands like blink one, eighty, two or good Charlotte. Radio, we used to call him God or girlfriend song. If you guys did that you talk very guilty, definitely, very guilty of that because crossover I don't know that was a big term when you guys were playing. Christian broadcaster, the the Holy Grail was. Man of you could get this Christian Song on pop and rock radio like. Stream radio and it catches fire. You guys have those sorts of designs on the secular quote Unquote Secular, music? Industry. I mean honestly I think at the beginning, we are philosophy was very intentionally like We want to make music for anyone for for anyone anywhere like that was sort of our approach we. I. Don't think we ever thought like, oh. Let's trying go mainstream or let's try and go Christian like it was sort of like. We just want. We just wanted to play for. You know anyone who who cared. The record time certainly at some point to where the record companies like. Are. They trying to package you or so are initially, we were on this label called tooth and nail out of Seattle and and their their approach to that stuff is pretty hands off like. They were always known for being a a label that would sign bands that had Christians in it, but wasn't like overtly Christian that was sort of their their their their sweet spot and they. They were really like not pushing us to be one or the other
Buy now, save later: financing vaccine candidates
"Up dumb. Right. Now, more than one hundred, seventy vaccines for covid nineteen or being developed across the world. Of, those six are in final large scale clinical trials. While the races on policy policymakers are. With two questions how much to spend on vaccines that may or may not win and how to ensure the winner or winners are distributed fairly, you cannot be no world where some people are saved another. Anglesey conjure a whaler is the chair of the Global Alliance for vaccines and aviation or Gabby. It's an alliance that funds vaccines for poor countries the steps that need to be taken to ensure vaccines that distributed fairly Require. Collaboration and solidarity of the world governing has set up what's called Kovacs purchasing pool for several late stage vaccine candidates is that facility it has ninety two developing countries in it low and middle income countries, and it also has seventy seven rich countries that have expressed interest by bringing them all together we will have an affordable price of vaccines for all. We have risk sharing in the facility for all, and this will ensure that so many more people in the world who would not have had access will have access so to. Be Equitable I need to be fair but equitable fair division is just one problem I for needs to be enough given vaccine to divide up governments around the world have invested so far at least ten billion dollars on Covid nineteen vaccines they have made forward purchases of about four billion doses so far more companies have essentially already started making some vaccines even before they have been proven to work Slovakia chunk of his or healthcare correspondent the contracts governments have cut with Pharma companies are for about four billion dollars of various vaccines. Now that may look like a lot when my think it's enough to cover most of the world, but it's actually nowhere near enough. Why not to begin with of these vaccines may turn out to be ineffective when the clinical trials are all done. A typical vaccine at this stage has about the twenty percent chance of payer, and some of these vaccines also use novell technologies that haven't been used in any other approved vaccine before. So the risk of failure could be even higher. The biggest issue is that manufacturing capacity globally is limited and there would be shortages, the files and the ingredients that are used in vaccines once manufacturing begins on a large. So I'm experts think that the feasible amount of covid nineteen vaccine the will have by the end of next year is just about two billion dollars. In some vaccines actually are likely to require of course of dolls to work. So we're talking about nowhere near enough to cover even a minority, the world's population. So how much would be enough? How many those should countries be buying up at this stage? Just think that given the current mix of Seo game to the there is a ninety percent chance that there will be. Actually works. Now. One of I've seen is proven to be effective billions of dollars will, of course, need to be distributed very quickly, but it's impossible to know in advance which candidate will succeed. And setting up manufacturing lines takes time a new vaccine factory can take anywhere to three years to get up and running. So government should actually help pharmaceutical companies to produce vast quantities, a range of different vaccines, and ideally economists think Thaksin's numbering in the tens of billions of dollars long before regulatory provides transit but if everybody makes all of the at the same time, there will be. Some some losers right a lot will come to be wasted that way. Yes. Of course absolutely, and that's actually the hard part for politicians because this idea of deliberately overproducing something does not sit easily with politicians or voters indeed bud you have to think about the economic costs even boosting vaccine funding ten times to about the hundred billion or more, which is what many economists are advocating for. Pales in comparison with the seven trillion dollars which governments across the world have spent or pledge to preserve income and jobs that are being lost as a result of the pandemic. So in other words, if we just think of economic output alone a took make sense for the world to spend as much as two hundred, billion on bringing forward ineffective Covid nineteen vaccine. Just fun week to the way things are headed. It seems inevitable that there will be a shortage of supplies. How will they be distributed? Once a good candidate is found i. mean we we saw when the pandemic began this rush for personal protective equipment was not a pretty scene. Right experience was quite telling by the end of April. There were probably around eighty countries that had banned or restricted exports. Youth defend America especially things like medical masks, thermometers, disinfect thens. And even if we look at pandemics the during the swine flu pandemic and you thousand nine rich countries, basically corner the global supplies of the vaccine and they offer some of it to developing countries only after they had more than asked to cover their own citizens and by then if endemic was over. So, what we really seeing now as many commentators are calling vaccine nationalism rich countries are reserving most of the potential global supply of covid nineteen vaccines. And additions countries where these vaccines can be made have the manufacturing capacities are very likely to put their own people first. So what's being done to try to mitigate that global scramble. There are several mechanisms that have been put together for countries to join forces and agree to a more equitable distribution also may end. Make much faster. So the World Health Organization has grown up guidelines of how that might look quite and according to these guidelines. The first supplies of covid nineteen vaccines should call to healthcare workers and social. Care Workers First. Then, the next batch should go to the fifteen or twenty percent of people in each country who are most vulnerable, most likely to from covid nineteen if they're infected. And then laces that are at the highest risk of outbreaks will we prioritized now whether these guidelines will be followed is a different story. It's unclear how many countries will sign up may have expressed interest, but nothing has been signed so far. So all told, what's your prognosis at this stage? Do you think the world will produce enough quantities of candidate vaccines and that they will be distributed in a way? That's even a little bit fair. Just likely that there won't be not vaccine to go around in the first year. Whether it will be distributed equitably depends on where the winning vaccine is made. If the vaccine is part of the portfolio, which is controlled by the global coalition backed up by the World Health Organization than we will see supply being distributed marsh equitably on the other hand if the vaccine turns out to be made in a country that doesn't want to share, it supplies before covering its own citizens. And it's a big country. We won't expect most of the world be covered equitably for a time. Now the solution perhaps is just to spend. More money on the current candidate vaccines, the Waza rating late stage clinical trials. Set of manufacturing, start making them in large quantities that will ensure that there is more to go around with trevor. Vaccine turns out successful. Thanks very much for joining us. Thank you. Jason.
Houston - A coronavirus vaccine is on the horizon, thanks to a key discovery by University of Texas researchers
"By the University of Texas researchers may help lead to a vaccine for Corona virus, UT professor of molecular bio sciences, Jason McClellan tells a statesman. A member of his team discovered a genetic mutation It stabilizes or freezes a key protein of the corona virus. They had been working on the previously so in Chinese researchers shared the genetic sequence of covert 19. They mapped it and injected it with the mutation, making it essential for a vaccine Now, McClellan says, for the five leading vaccines or using a stabilising proteins, his lab designed Big Pharma and the federal government are spending billions to develop a vaccine. And that was Eric like him in our Austin bureau.
Politically charged 'black-ish' episode gets belated home
"News Radio, an episode of a popular sitcom, once thought too controversial to air is now seeing the light of day. But on who? Lou Moore from ABC, Jason Nathan Seuin in 2018 on episode of Black ish that took on President Trump divisiveness in America, racism and other subjects was mysteriously pulled before could never air BC and BLACKISH creator Kenya. Barris said at the time that they made a mutual decision not to run the episode because of creative issues. But now you can see what the fuss was all about The episode. And most importantly,
Kelly Clarkson to Temporarily Fill in for Simon Cowell on 'America's Got Talent' Following His Bike Accident
"Made a star by Simon Simon Cowell's Cowell's will will fill fill in in for for him him this this week week after after a a serious serious injury. injury. Correspondent Correspondent Jason Jason Nathan Nathan has has the the story story tonight. tonight. Simon Simon Cowl Cowl will will be be gone gone this this week week from from America's America's got got talent after breaking his back during electric bicycle accident. Kelly Clarkson take his place is a judge on the show is in the live rounds. Clarkson will sit beside Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara Tuesday and Wednesday. Cal had surgery after the back break over the weekend. It's not clear how long he'll be out. He was a judge when Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2002.
Quick pour - Web Performance
"Why is web performance so important these days like you heard Jason and Chris really their introductions really just talking about only performance. So why is it so important one engineering manager at Netflix's told me that I had to really worry about it. And so. You know ever since and then I went to linked and I had his other manager that talked to and I just kept talking about weapons just based on those facts loan I. Guess it was important. Johnson. Good people, but listen to you Brian Yeah. Well, guess what Brian we brought them here today. For for those that are. Who are not briefed on this I worked with Chris it Netflix's, and then we work together again linked. And then he abandoned Microsoft on me. I think it's important because. I mean there's there's a whole slew reasons probably the most important to me personally is that Went performances making. Your website accessible to everyone or at least more people right. If you right heavy websites, it's not accessible to people on crappy Internet crappy devices I mean not even crappy even moderate ones read. So making it accessible to the general populace is for me the most important reason. There's a bunch of the reasons they making money in bullshit like that, but you know. That's why I think it's yeah it's user experience. That's the whole reason we build anything. We're not. We're building it for people to use, and if it's not fast and they're having crappy time like doesn't matter how beautiful it looks or how. Features, how many features you have if it's not fast, people are. Going to be upset or they can't use it, and then they can't do what they need to do, and some of that's really important stuff like. I don't know like. Banking or things that you know, give them access to things. That are online government services that are really critical to people to be able to do so. Very similar is Brian and also just thinking of it even from a device perspective is everything's going more and more on the mobile device, and I think about that too just trying to deal with your connectivity whether be low latency anything in the happening on on a mobile device. Definitely in Bornes Guy I think every like the idea of access to information for me what performances about the ability for people to be able to access the world's greatest resource, which is the Internet. if you limit access by making it behind pay walls or behind really expensive devices that are on maintainable or even just break network access my network connection here at home on when I'm not on life is atrocious and I wouldn't be a black says a lot of the websites. that. I think are important for critical information
Isolation and Freudian Paranormal Slips
"When eastern state penitentiary or Cherry Hill as it was known at the time was erected in eighteen, twenty nine and Francis Ville it was the largest and most expensive public structure in the country which country. I've never heard of the eastern state penitentiary. It's Bainian okay was. nope Cherry Point. Just Kidding Cherry Point with Carolina's where my brother was born Cherry Hill. It's still the same country. Back to it. So about that map. Okay, starting off the strong today. Did you mean which state? Even when I, you align. Oh, happy. Belated birthday by the way tiffany was going to mention it but I didn't want us to be all of them. You let that slide since it's your birthday week. All right. So from eighteen, twenty and From eighteen twenty, nine to nineteen seventy-one, the eastern state penitentiary in Pennsylvania United States of America north. America. Earth Opera Milky Way Galaxy. Belief operated as one of the most famous and most expensive prisons in history at its completion. The building was the largest emo-. I can keep saying that the largest and most expensive public structure ever record in the United States and quickly became a model for more than three hundred prisons. Worldwide Eastern state emerged from concerns of prison reformers in Philadelphia in the late eighteenth century when prisons held accused criminals only until their trials if convicted prisoners face public in corporal punishment in seventeen, Eighty, seven, a group of well known and powerful Philadelphians known as the Philadelphia Society for alleviating the miseries of public prisons. Oh. What is the please? Give me a what's it called acronym Yup Thank you the Fist Sim. Map. The FISA Abba Papa they met in the home of Benjamin Franklin. The members expressed growing concern with the conditions in American European prisons conditions at the Walnut Street jail, which is located directly behind independence hall were appalling open in Seventeen, seventy, seven, the Walnut Street Jail House accused men, women, adults, children's thieves. Murderers were all jailed together disease ridden dirty pins were rape and robbery were common occurrences. Okay. I know that this is an other movies and TV shows and everything. 'cause you know this is something that was prevalent in history but this reminds me of outlander haven't seen IT A. Girl Uni Watch it but there's a scene where Jason are like a season where he's in prison in its continue. Okay I think lots lots of prisons are bad. The jailers made little effort to protect the prisoners from each other. Instead, they sold prisoners alcohol up to nearly twenty gallons a day Jeez. Food Heat including clothing came at a price and it wasn't unusual prisoners to die from the cold or starvation and keep in mind. They were only cap until their trials because if they are found innocent, they were like, Oh, if they were found guilty day, we're usually guilt Dr Benjamin rush spoke on the society's goal to see the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania set the international standard in prison design. He was convinced that crime was a quote moral disease and suggested a house of repentance were prisoners could meditate on their crimes experienced spiritual Ra- Morrison undergo rehabilitation good for him. What's his name again? Dr Benjamin Rush Okay you rush rush come down on the Cocoa Award Good Just hear me out for pages. The concept grew from enlightenment thinking but no government had successfully carried out such a program. It took the society more than thirty years to convince the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to build this kind of prison. But in eighteen twenty, one, Pennsylvania legislature appropriated two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for eastern state and thus began a revolutionary new building on the farmland outside of Philadelphia at twenty twenty, seven Fairmont Avenue all
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Getting materialize. Just sitting here I love people. Just watch this video and everyone's like so beautiful tune into this is just like fuck sandwich. Oh behind the scenes. The third day I came all the workout day which was day three. I came in and so I know I'm late and everyone's fucking pointing at me. They're mad at me and then I Taylor get sandwiches. Tillerson's David this smelly Italian Sandwich. David fucking opens it up. It's got fucking mortar. Della on it whatever's on it and he goes has the other half so we don't have to stop thinking that this man fucking get lunch after guerrilla sandwich in your hand and then the next day Jason brings over a chicken brings over one brings up with the chicken McDonald. He brings over one chicken rotisserie chicken and he goes. I brought this for all of us to share for four of us in the he said and I said I got us a chicken and I was like. Oh can you. You don't WanNa go down this road my friend you know. Do you know what he said to me. He said to me I yeah. I decided this is one thing I got the chicken and I go. Hey I got us a chicken and David of goes I want all of it. He goes I want all of the chickens who fucking talk like that and ate half of the chicken and then he's looking at it and he's like why did you have. You thought a real man would eat the whole tape Mr real man over here clean xbox with his High School. It was a fun trip. But that's exactly what I said about the trip I said. Hey guys we are like despising we all hate it right now but we're going to look back at it. We're GONNA think it's fun back. That's kind of what it ended up being bonding thing to. And it's seriously felt like we were road tripping get to every single corner of ally like everywhere in like everywhere everywhere within like fifty miles. I think you'll like regan is a questionable like item to bring along an RV. Ron Sorry a rotisserie chicken name J. It's a weird thing the fucking share especially during Corona virus season. Like we're all GonNa fucking dip our fingers into this. I got you and I are chicken. I know but it's so not even that fucking. This is the worst person to share anything with going around wearing the bus. We have gloves on. We're like around. I mean we're keeping our distance from everybody but we're still out and about and fucking we pull over to McDonald's. I see this dude fucking chowing down at McDonald's with his glove still on his fingers. He's eating his food with the gloves on his fingers. I was like J. I fuck is the point of wearing gloves. If you're just GONNA eat food with them. I don't think that's what happened because I didn't eat McDonald's but I did at one point. Eight with fucking loves on. I was hungry. That's so weird because just licking the gloves. After he's done with his peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich. Because I do anything because I saw. This is what I realized about Jason. Not Good at multitasking. The worst the worst because Jason. We'll come to us like every morning and we'll be like Jay. Why don't you shower? And he'll be like because you called me you call me and then also eat breakfast and then I had to get everything at once Jason. I can do multiple things at once. What did you give me a multitask to do that? I couldn't do on the trip. What was it? We were driving by somewhere and we told them this like. I don't know what it was. But we told them to like he was like I was going to turn the Natalie said something. Oh Yeah I was giving you directions like I had. I don't remember Jason's Knockin multitasking. Hey guys if you're ready to start a new business and you want to launch a new website with I should definitely go to squarespace dot com slash views for free trial. When you're ready to launch.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Did you see the picture. That's crazy. Pretty gnarly right like nobody. Nobody thanks have also if you take a look at it. His smile even today is off. It's not aligned with his teeth. Don't ask me how I notice. Somebody was pointing. Get out the other day and they draw a line down his face and show. His teeth are off center so those Gay Dodge ballers but but but no. I'm telling you he is teeth. Were just just gnarly when he was in his first COUPLA movies Cristiano Renaldo to. Oh Yeah Yeah not as bad as Tom Cruise but his are pretty the whole man. It's it it makes all the difference having a clean smile it makes all the difference. Okay well let's talk about this before we close this show out to. Let's talk about this Mexican and Bush the thirteen year old boy who apparently walked twenty three clicks. That's kilometers for all you who don't ob La To help help to get help after a gun battle it turns out that there are. There's a Mormon family who has lived in Mexico for a long time and and they are in a in an area of Mexico that's in a turf war with to Mexican drug lord gangs. And they're we're not. They're not sure whether these guys were whether the ambush them intentionally or if it they got the wrong person or group of people people because these this Mormon family is huge there was how many of them were there. Eight children survived. Monday's attacks there were eight kids in this motorcade order cade more than one vehicle obviously and they The parents were killed and some of the kids got away. Many of them survived survived being shot and about eleven hours about eleven hours before they found them after the attack and I it was interesting. The way that the media frame this story of two which is really shocking to me because the the headline what are the headlines. Read that I've got both. Oh you haven't go ahead and read the headlines. The way again this is. This is the way the media frames story in before. I you read those WanNa in this month's issue of influence or monthly I talk about pre framing reframing and positive and negative frames the idea being that positive and negative framing naming. It can help you. In in helping move people to Action and then pre framing and re framing helped set the parameters with which people view the world it is a way of closing off certain lines of thinking or certain options by simply offering and presenting information in a specific way. So here is. Here's an unbiased. Basically unaltered view of what happened. Family was living in Mexico. Mormon family coming back was ambushed by a group of cartel members who killed all the parents some of the kids and left many of the others wounded. And we're not sure why that's that's really what we know right now and then these kids the big the big story stories kind of like they had to walk for a six hours in order to find help but many of the news articles and news agencies didn't WANNA present it that way. Here's how they wanted to present it so the New York Times. Their headline was the brutal killing of nine members of an American family in northern Mexico on Monday highlights the long history history of religious fundamentalists settlers in the region the L. A. Times. US victims in Mexico massacre were tied to family with a long history of violence How's that for some victims? Did you ever find out what violence they're talking about. Yeah on as you scroll down through the story here at says early Wednesday criminal investigators in northern Mexico. Okay scroll down a little further. Some of the victims shared the last name Lebaron so some of the victims not all of them. Some of the victims shared the last name Lebaron. They were related. They were related to a prominent fundamentalist Mormon family by the same name said Daniel Lebron a cousin of one of the victims Daniel lives in Colonia. Jio Lebaron in Chihuahua State A community established by fundamentalist Mormons in nineteen forty four that had close ties to these other. Lebarons they are among a handful of major groups. The fundamentalists have Patrick Mason. Historian of Mormonism Utah State but he added the Lebaron name in recent decades has most often been linked violence. Unfortunately this incident only adds to that association. Gatien family is perhaps best known for a series of killings perpetrated in the seventies and eighties and both Mexico and the United States by herbal Lebaron. Once called the Mormon Manson and a group of his his followers in nineteen seventy-two to followers of herbal lebaron allegedly shot. His brother jolted death after the brothers had argued over leadership of their religious faction. Urva was convicted of the crime but the conviction was later overturned. He later was tried and convicted. In the nineteen seventy seven murder of rival polygamist leader. Dr Ruslan allred His Story Nineteen ninety-three turn into a TV drama profit of evil. The Herbal Lebron story so one guy in the family back in the seventies and eighties allegedly allegedly murdered a couple of people and now the entire the entire family is suspect it looks like there was also in nineteen ninety-three a federal jury in Texas convicted victims three members of an offshoot of the community of lebarons and the deaths of three former members in an eight year old child one expert estimated that the members of the group had killed as many as thirty people over the a years. But we're now we're talking a seventy eighty years. They've killed thirty people. So yeah maybe I mean it seems like there's violence associated with that but we're also talking being a kind of wild west in Mexico right. They're kind of like living. The kind of living anarchist life lives right or you they they there is no justice but the justice they serve. And that's what I'm getting at here is I don't know maybe they're all terrible people. Maybe maybe but they've been very outspoken about the war with the cartels and the violence. That's been happening there. And they have received threats from the cartels prior to this. And it's telling that this is the first narrative of the story that comes right. It isn't like three weeks later. Someone writes a think piece on how. Hey remember those guys. Hey this actually their history. Maybe there's a connection there interesting this. This is the way the story is put forth immediately. And so it's it's and it's got to be intentional. There's no way that that's accidental. You don't accidentally come up with this. You're like Oh hey. So here's the story. Okay find out what you can find about that story. Let's put it in. Like the most provocative framing possible. It's religious fundamentalism. There we go Get get the religious fundamentalism. What we're siding with the cartels who cares Carlos Slim owns our newspaper? That's a really important point is that they went immediately to religious fundamentalism and attacking jacking religion. And I said I I don't know any of these. There's not enough. They haven't done enough reporting on this actual real reporting for anybody on the outside to know who Who these folks really are and what this was about? I can tell you that none of it would be an issue if you didn't have the drug war and president trump trump now out saying that he will assist the Mexican government in fighting the drug war. They're just going to double down on it again. I I hate to break it to all of you. WHO's still still are living in darkness but we have lost the drug war? It's lost the drugs won the drugs one and so the continuing to fight is is really really a A. It's ridiculous the only reason to continue it is because it's a money maker for the government which it is it's a way for them to transfer power and control for them. I'm to maintain large Military presence in police presence and to continue to make massive massive amounts of money by capturing money coming back from from the states after drugs have been transferred. Fact is is that the drugs are going to be here. No matter what is long as people want them they will be there. There will be a market for them so there is absolutely no point in making illegal what somebody wants and someone is willing willing to pay for. Because they're going to get it and somebody at some price it's going to be worth it for someone to break the law to provide that service or to provide that product I watch. I read a tweet thread someone digits. Recently they said that the the size of the drug trade with the cartels 'cause if it was a country unto its own it would be like the twenty fifth largest economy in the world. That's how massive. Is You really really think that that just operates operates entirely off the books. This is entirely just a this is just a bunch of evil criminals up against the the poor overwhelmed lawmen. There's no way that an institution a to show with that much power and money and sway isn't being there isn't some sort of hand holding sort of operation nations go. We know wrapped up. We know a hundred percent that their alphabet agencies who have in the past and who are probably currently running you know cocaine McCain farms down in Colombia. We know that that happens. And so we our our our government is is complicit in this violence silence in these murders in keeping this going because it's profitable for them to do. This should not moral upstanding people. These are in many cases the worst criminals also And no better than the drug dealers and drug lords themselves. It's it is I mean it really. Is it really is ignorant to believe that there is not a financial interest in keeping this going For our government. And for what I I probably people would call the deep state that that continuously running organism that his the government because you know politicians changed hands. They they move in and out. They're they're there for a brief period of time. The machine itself is there forever and it just continues to grow and continues to build and and the more we recognize that the solution isn't going to be in government and that you can no longer trust corporate media to give you you accurate information you're now being forced to go out and try and try and weed through the massive amount of alternative media much of which is fake news. I'm I'm not gonna I mean there's there's no doubt there's a lot of people peddling fake news in alternative media but what's also happening is you're getting governments and you're getting a corporate media to start doing it as well so that they can say. Hey look look look no this is this is fake news is this is dangerous. We need to get rid of this. No point yourself back towards our corporate media interest. Point yourself back to your politician because they're the only ones you can trust when in fact they're the last people on earth that you should trust. And that's the motivation for regulating. Big Tech. That's the that's the ultimate motivations. If we we regulate big tech regulating big tech is about making it difficult for there to be competition for big tech because then it's easier to control the narratives because the narratives are being undermined by the the fact that people on twitter and facebook and whatever else can any average Joe can do whatever he needs.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"This interview with Virginia. Roberts would we would not put it on the air I was told. WHO's Jeffrey Epstein? No one knows that is. This is a stupid story than the palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways. we were so afraid we wouldn't be able to interview Kate will that we think that also quashed the story and then and then Alan Dershowitz was also implicated in because of the planes. She told me everything she had pictures. Everything she was in hiding for twelve years. We convinced her to come out. We convinced optimus was unbelievable what we had Clinton everything and I tried for three years to get it on to no avail. And now it's all coming out and it's like these new revelations and I freaking had all of it I I was so pissed right now like every day I get more and more pissed because I'm just like like we what we had was unreal other women backing tap. Hey Yep right Edwards. The attorney three years ago saying like on there will come a day where we will realize. Jeffrey Epstein was less those prolific pedophile. This country has ever known. I had it all three years ago. That's I mean that's pretty crazy to have a story like that to have Clinton if she she said Clinton she met Bill Clinton that she had ties to Clinton and that nobody nobody in the news media even cared about the story. It shows you just how far they've come from Real Journal. I've always I've said for a long time. Real journalism is dead in America. There's very little investigative journalism going on. Now this came from Project Veritas and I know that there are a lot of right wingers a lot of libertarians. Who probably like like project Veritas? Their stuff is a lot of times. It's pretty shady this they they cut it up so that you can't really tell they don't just release the entire the thing they always cut it up and splice it together. The way they think it's it's GonNa play the best and you don't actually get a full and complete picture of what was setting context. Just a Lotta Times which I don't like I don't mind them doing a show and putting it together but if you're GonNa do that then also release all of the footage uncut taught and unedited so somebody who wants to really go in and hear the whole thing can hear it without any of the any of the cuts breaks in it. That is that that would be a a real journalistic like real journalism. I just I again even the last one they did about them going to CNN and how everybody was so upset when after Donald Trump got elected. It's like look a people are allowed to have their own political opinions at CNN. As long as they don't allow all that to invade the coverage and the way that they report the news and the way they investigate the news It's become clear that unless it fits a very narrow narrative from whatever I m whatever news outlet is pushing it that that they don't they're not really interested in a lot of it is coming from Washington and Washington is deciding what stories are going to be pushed. You heard her say right there. That when they found out the information about the prince the British the government was calling them in threatening them. They had evidence that a a massive pedophile ring at the very highest echelons of society. Eighty that implicated a former president and nobody at the news network was even interested in it. It it begs the question. Now I titled this show. Maybe Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself and I they're starting to do some investigations and they're starting to ask some questions and subpoena some people all who were who are actually working. At the time I I saw again. There was an article. There was a guy on TV. who was talking about? How the the wounds that were suffered and the broken throats over the broken bones in his throat were highly irregular For suicide and we're much more much more prevalent in strangling All of that important but again yours gotta look at the flip side of it and say okay. Who is this guy? Well this guy is a he. He is a career as for the last several years. A career witness he basically goes on and says whatever somebody pays hayes him to say and he's also got a book out so he's peddling a book and so what is he going to say when he comes on in order to get the most traction in order to get the the the most eyeballs so that he can pitch his book was GonNa be the controversial thing. It's going to be the thing that people want him to say And so I. I don't know what I think should happen here is. I think that there's enough evidence that there was an attempt to attempt to silence the story and an attempt to throw him under the bus even after he was dead. Not to look into it that I think there needs to be some kind of investigation into what actually happened. I don't think we're ever GonNa find the answer to the story and I think people are just GonNa believe whatever they want to believe I the best part for me have been in the Dank names that have been coming out. I hope they never stopped. I just wanted. I wanted to keep coming because they're so good so good I but there's there's there's nobody knows and nobody's GonNa know but this is as far as I'm concerned just more evidence that the media is the the news outlets are not really interested in journalism. They're not really interested in stories and uncovering fraud and abuse. They're not interested in checking power. Because that's what our media is supposed to be doing. It is supposed to be the check to power we have a freedom of Freedom of the press which means they get to say okay and do whatever they want and the government can't infringe upon that now the government trying. They're trying to come the OBAMAS did it. They came in and tried to get Fox News and looked into their emails and demanded to know sources for different different stories. They were trying to apply pressure the Clintons before that I'm sorry the The bushes before that and the Clintons before them and trump now every administration tries to do that every Congress tries to manipulate delayed the media and force their hand. But it is the media's job to maintain its independence it is their job to maintain journalistic integrity and that is far as I'm I'm concerned is gone. It doesn't exist anymore you can't have these conversations. They won't even bring it up. They won't even let the story story be told they won't even let the research be done. And if by some fluke by some amazing moves you get an actual actual journalist who puts the whole story together. Lays the evidence out in front of their news outlet and in front of their What do you call the guy who runs the press the in front of your guy? What Am I? Think the producer editor there you go editor and chief lays it out before before him. And what do they say. Now we we only know. Jeffrey Epstein is well maybe you should. It's part of the point. That's that's the whole point is it is because the reason you don't know who he is is because your coverage all day every day is on nothing but politics and what's going on the political arena or some other scandal that's happening to some political opponent of your political ideology. I mean they had all this morning. The huge news of the day was that Kentucky went blue. I'm okay what is that in the end it was. What does this mean for trump and for the election in twenty twenty? I'll tell you what it means. Absolutely nothing it doesn't mean anything it means you had. Ah You'd be a very unpopular governor who was finally ousted and because Kentuckians didn't like trump. It didn't help. The trump trump's team was was basically running his reelection campaign. It's it is something that we have gotten so wrapped up into this team. Sport mentality that it is virtually impossible for us now to make any sort of objective objective view of the world around us. It always has has to be. It's This A. Plus B. Equals C.. You know is the I'm GONNA marry. It's what's visualize causal. This is what I always talk about so this is the this is the process that the brain takes in order to get at a decision I hate trump. The Kentucky governor owner is a trump supporter and his his reelection campaign is being run by trump's team therefore anybody Who runs against this guy is good for Kentucky and when he was elected that means it's a good thing it's a bad thing for trump? So these are these are the connections that our mind makes but none of those are real right. You know just because there's an opponent running against somebody that you dislike doesn't doesn't mean that that opponent is actually a better choice just because it's is the opposite of the other guy doesn't mean that he's the right choice and just because he gets elected doesn't can actually mean that it's bad for trump and his presidential campaign. There are a lot of blue states that vote Republican in presidential essential elections. So I don't know how you guys feel about this but but frankly I'm sitting around last night listening listening to a lot of people talk about. This governor's race and the assumption is that he must be good because he's a Democrat and he beat out. A trump supported governor when in fact nobody sitting around the table had any idea who the guy was what what is I even asked. I said. So what like what was what's his platform. I said the What does He? Oh I don't know okay. Well what about the other governor like. I'm trying to figure it out. Like what if the governor was. He like really not well liked was he did he. Did he do something that everybody was really pissed off out. We don't know they literally just read the headline assumed it was a good thing and ran with. That's the way ninety percent of people in this world view politics. Hey so the fact that you are here and you're dissecting every piece piece of the puzzle and coming out here with a really clear view of what's happening in both general elections in primary elections and in local golden state elections as well doesn't mean that's where most people are they. I've always said we've got the smartest audience because we spend more time talking talking about this stuff and breaking it down than anybody else and now that we started to focus our attention more on how you are being manipulated rather than which which political party is doing something wrong and why. I'm hoping that as we move into twenty twenty you're going to be armed with a lot more information and a lot clearer view of the world. Then you were in two thousand sixteen now again that requires a little bit of open-mindedness on your part and in order to who say maybe what I believe isn't actually what is and giving yourself a little bit of giving some objective viewpoints. But I don't know I I feel like at this stage. The epsteins thing is just to me more evidence that people see what they wanna see see they believe what they want to believe and the media is not in the business of actually checking power anymore if they ever were and I say they never were Yup ever where there was never a time when journalists came out and they actually were trying to get the story right they were trying to make sure that that government government was kept in check regardless of of political power..
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Give that car to yeah. He's a real car guy this is this is my first my first trending video since my break-up video from my mate was that that crazy yeah. It's been a lot of video video is nice and clean wholesome yeah. There was nothing in it well. It's like well. He swearing storm up in it. Oh he was yeah. It was like i was just fucking was yeah. I guess youtube as long as you're being part positive. Fucking life is great. I'm gonna make video tomorrow. Bitch video miracle ken this get on trending. Yes swearing amazing no but yeah that was fun. What else with you oh nothing. I'm i'm forty-six still your skinnier <hes> everywhere we go now. Everyone's like jason's getting so much thinner. How does that affect you hurts me more than watching travel with my lombardini. Has it been hard for you and me losing weight. No it's actually really cool. Oh good. Thanks yeah 'cause you're. You're looking at a lot happier and healthier way happier. Although i went into town last night on some pringles you can you can allow yourself to do that not at three in the more you working out a lot. What's your secret secret long day at work tracing whenever whenever i'm working with you whereabouts tough day at school. I'm not allowed near any schools. Sri yourself the meal you deserve and a half of your favorite restaurant. Come to you with door dash off on for the day but you're sick of bikeway leftovers frozen pizza and dr.
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Whereas he he's back. He wrote him here. I tried. I tried to write him here. I don't know how to ride that. Well, so what did you do? I walked him up. The hill took forever told me about an hour. You just walk the horse up the hill. Yeah. I only have like three carrots. Also, it's tough. Because you you're probably on your third care and was barely in my house. I two of the curious way too. So that was pretty cool. What's your name up? What part of the podcast is is this the most that are person with people turn it off or the least I always wonder. Oh Jason Jason. It's talking out of his ass. Again. Turn it up. Mom, mom. You can turn it back on his done talking about his his penis and his genitals. I love this idea that now that we have kids listening with their parents. And we have to watch it. We say oh my God. Yeah. Using this kids Ellison with their parents. I know there is then we go to the do live show. The parents that listen to what their kids like, I know they're like they giggle at those like those awkward moments. It depends. What kind of relationship you have your parents? I was never that comfortable sex remind parents, I just I just feel like this is so awkward where like you have to go at it. Like do not turn the podcast off. If we get weird career day at white school only talked about being a youtuber career day. Yeah. What were you doing at career day? They asked me to speak if like the last place, you should go. Yeah. The first the first round was white cost went great. And then the second round the kids are like galley being a youtuber. You should've went to two years of good luck day. We're who are people that have just hit it for for two years of good luck and make a little bit of money. No. But what was it like it was great? They just talked about the YouTube or there was a guy there that worked for animal control. He was pretty interesting where people interested to hear about you being a youtuber..
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"We have tick. It's Jason stop talking over my attitude. You never told me the story about the old, man. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So we so. So the other day we had. Fuck. This is really weird. The other day we had we had a bunch of animals in my house like in the living room. Just a bunch of like goats, chickens Llamas alpacas, so the whole the whole thing, but Saran amounts and shit everywhere. And we needed we needed to get cleaned up. And I didn't wanna have Natalie. Do it hitter leash it? Yeah. Shit everywhere. I should all around the house. Okay. I should say are on house. It was the living room and Natalie's room. That was it. And we have to get cleaned up. I had to add it, and I wasn't gonna have Natalie my system clean that up because it was it was like super gross. And everyone told me I shouldn't have her do it, even though I really wanted her to do it. But so we're looking for housekeepers or like made or something? But the problem was it was really late at night. It was like seven eight seven or eight o'clock, and nobody was showing up on a Friday on a Friday. Yes. So no one wanted to come that late. So we call our friend Jona because he has this guy. He has his guy at his house. That cleans cleans his house for free every week because he's in love with Jonas friend's mom. And he's he's a married, man. He doesn't speak English. But he's in love with this. This this mom, so he comes and cleans the house for free, and that's all he does. He's just like clean stoves, and it's fucking. He doesn't say anything there actually, aren't even that nice to him. And he just cleans, you know, him you know, what I'm talking about this. He's very scary guy. Yeah. He looks petrifying. Yeah. He's terrifying. All clean. So. So they're like join us sister is like fuck it. I'm gonna call him, and I'm going to have him clean. I I he said he said he couldn't make it. And then and then Joan Jonas friend friends. Mom, was bred woman in my videos had to call the guy, and she was like if you don't go I won't want to see you for a little bit fishy said, it's so so he's like, okay. I'll go I'll go because he loves this woman so much. This sounds like a making it up. So he came into my house to clean house this guy. He has to be like forty fifty right? Okay. Yes. It'd be pretty old probably sixty he's like really fucking like forty five. Okay. Ancient? So he starts cleaning my house. And I'm like, I'm like he's probably doing it for free because he really loves this woman. Right. So I'm like this is so this is so sad. Like, I'm obviously going give him money because I feel bad and long story short. He cleans up. It takes them forty five minutes, fifty five minutes, and I'm just I've cash in my wallet. So I'm like, I'll give him two hundred dollars..
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"A refer you to Ron Swanson if you have questions. But anyway, we'll leave it at that. For today. I've got this perfect storm brewing, which we can talk about it another time. And I do wanna talk about the the birthright citizenship things we'll try and hit that up tomorrow. But thanks for being here. Everybody, I appreciate it. Again, follow me joined the private Facebook group at it's just go to it's the Jason Stapleton program. Private Facebook group, I think can get there by going to Jason Stapleton, program dot com slash Facebook. Erica follow me on Twitter at Jason underscore Stapleton. And then also on Instagram Jason Stapleton zero three two one is my Instagram handle and again feedback please on my on. My speaking guy thing that I'm trying to work out. I'm I'm really I'm a little torn up about it mainly because I know who the guy is. And I just I don't know if I didn't know who he was just some random, dude, I'd probably pull him out and just do it. Which maybe that's the answer. Like, maybe maybe maybe I'm having this moral, though, some sort of irrational moral dilemma, because I know who the guy is because I can tell you right now if I didn't know who he was like I'd straight up to it without even thinking about it. So I don't know. Maybe maybe that's what maybe that's my answer. But you guys tell me your thoughts hit me up Jason at Jason Stapleton dot com until tomorrow guys be safe. Be good talk to you. Then.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"And. All right, welcome back. Everybody. This is the Jason Stapleton program. We start today a bad day. It's one of those rare instances where I come behind the Mike von were started early in the morning. I went through my my normal morning routine air road in my book. As you guys know, did my did my gratitude and my future casting did my my light names for the day, and then I got busy working on that kind of stuff had to go get a small check for the car today and went to get the smog check for the car. And of course I had, I just had the wheel changed in some in the car checked out because tags and taxes are going to do on it soon. I'm gonna have to pay another Bill and so I went out there and to the government of all peoples went out there to get the smog test because they're going to require that. I do that because of my vehicle and and I go there and it turns out that poor guy, the nicest guy in the world is smog just supposed to. Fifteen minutes. I pull up brings a car in. He comes back and he goes, did you just have some workday speaks like really broken English? He's like, do you just have some work done on the car? And that's why in for you know, checkup and oil change that kind of stuff. He's a well, you know, he goes you. He said they disconnect the battery and I said, oh, what is it reconnected? He's like, oh, yes is fine. But he said, when they re disconnected the battery, he said it zeroed out all of the information inside the computer. So he said, what I need you to do is I need you to go and drive the car for one hundred to two hundred miles and then bring it back in. So the computer can reset. And I said, are you serious? I do. I live in Los Angeles. Do you have any idea how long it's going to take to drive a car? Two hundred miles in the city. And he's like, I know. I'm so sorry. There wasn't as false. I wasn't like mad at him. I'm like, are you for real? He's, I guess the only way that the computer will reset. It's the only way that you can buy the. State will not allow me to sign off on this car until you've done this and he's like, just just getting the car is like just drive for like an hour one way, and then our back and you should be good, bring it back in and he's like, we'll, we'll take care of you. And I'm just like it's so government yet. Again, can't make it easy on. He's like they just passed this law like three years ago, and I'm like, I'm sure there's old team among these out there. Passing laws that make my life miserable justifies their existence. And he's like, yeah, basically, like it was just the nicest guy. I was the, it's a, it's just this guy was just fantastic. I would recommend to anybody. Of course. I don't remember his name or the name of the place or by would give plug to it, but. You know then prior to that, I was kind of scrolling through and I went on the private Facebook group and I started trolling around and somebody made mention like anybody kinda stopped listening to the show since the cavenaugh thing kicked off and instantly I don't understand who this type of person is. I actually don't even know who posted. I read some of that. Some of the.
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"I don't wanna talk about it the other day, though. What I do wanna talk is we were on our flight. Yeah, we were getting on a flight. We weren't getting on our flight to go to where. Houston, we're going to Houston. We got on a flight. We're getting on a fight, and I do this thing before we're gonna fly is I make Jason get into a costume before the flight? So the last time he got into Jesus outfit. So he was running around the airport dressed as Jesus as great as a lot of fun. And this time I got him so much fun this time it wasn't so much fun. He dressed up as as inmate, like a guy from a state penitentiary like he had handcuffs on, and he was completely barefoot, no socks and he was wearing and he was wearing handcuffs, and he was running around the airport through that, and we were really late for our flight. So we didn't have any time to film and get changed back entire outfits. So we had to board the flight as inmate and and right off the gate, right at the gate. Actually, they were already like, you're not boarding this flight, sir. Unless you put on shoes and everyone was getting really fucking free, they were, they were. They were nice. He said he said he was gonna put some. Shoes on. That's how he said it. And then he was like, what are you guys doing? And I said, oh, we're YouTubers. We're just doing this thing and he was fine with. Okay, he was fine. I was skipping a little hat. Yes. Okay. I was fine. The guy there was fine, and then I saw, but he did say, please get your shoes. You're not boarding shoes Iran and Iran in on the flight to get Jason shoes because his bag was already on the flight, and I come back and Jason is already stepping foot on the flight without his shoes. So he's already gone barefoot on the flight fly. First of all, I was running to give Jason the shoes, and there's a fight attendant in front of me and I go, excuse me, ma'am. Excuse me. And she goes, you will wait your Turn. turn. I am doing my job right. This is gonna argue with this. This is hilarious why she bad mood. So I had a little giggle to myself. I'm like, okay, yeah, await this posted the miserable. Considering the airline that I work for is known for being horrible people. No, I laughed. I laughed it off. It was fine. Gold. And then she let me pass finally, and then I noticed that Jason was already boarding the flight. And was that a big problem that didn't have shoes on? Yeah. Was that part of why this happened?.
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Okay i'm not mad i'm glad you came to boston i didn't have to fly back came in for the podcast and because jason's mama car explain how does that work i mean i've done it before but like explain how that process is to buy your to buy your mama car that you love someone that you love well my mom had a really crappy car and i kept asking her what do you want you want to let toyota lexus i don't need anything i'll take anything she goes she goes this is what i need i need air conditioning and heated seats and i go every car has air conditioning and heated seats not so basically you know i was going to get her alexis sure and then david was leading me towards a mercedes because we thought oh that's kind of like with cooler in the video assistant told me she's like she's like jason called he was thinking about getting his mom alexis but then he said that he was worried what you would think mercedes instead and i'm like right andreessen i sent her a text to you too but you don't realize again you just ignore the fuck outta me said it said this is what i'm doing i do not want david to be disappointed in a lexus and get there i i'm already ten steps ahead of you so used to you that i could just picture you getting your and being like oh it's alexis no you pick the right car one hundred eighties but yes she was she was very happy about it i don't know how you draw money like that i thought of you when i went and bought it because it was a lot of money out of pocket and i was like it it's it's disturbing feeling it's a disturbing feeling to to get your account drain forty thousand dollars to go to the bank and be like a like i didn't even the by my car at least my car you bought this one yeah i bought it because i bad credit i just didn't want to deal with it and you were coming to town on wednesday today say wednesday yeah and so i was like i wanted to have everything done so i'll say i'll just buy it just do it and it's it's watch that money goes it's hard but yeah i'm here with the kids and we flew jet blue here i didn't fly jet blue here don't even get me started i what happened you couldn't get of life nobody tell me okay tell me so your bank how is drained forty grand yeah and forty three forty three thousand dollars yeah and what is it what does that what does that like it's just like oh fuck i hope i can make that money back i was just like it's just like i'm okay if things keep going well but what if they if things started stopped going well tomorrow i'm going to be like fuck why did i buy my mom that car but was it was it was it worth it like the reaction from your mom like how she felt about it like are you happy that you did it yeah i'm i'm super happy i did it but i also kind of like there's that thing where it's like you know i don't know i'm sure he's on his fucking phone i really put my phone down to answer tax i put the mic dance to the text and i just look over jason he goes you you know know it's it's bad bad okay i seriously don't care if there's dead silence i thought it was your mom was your mom was homeless at one point we were homeless when i was a kid got kicked out of our parliament and what does that mean when you're homeless where do you go we lived at like friends houses and stuff we live on the street it was so funny apart in my blog is jason's mom going jason's mom going she she was like she was like fuck fuck i don't remember oh she was she was saying i had it so hard when my husband divorced me he lost his job like everything fell flat like my husband couldn't provide for us anymore.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"If there if there's a guy who's able to suck enough votes away from your candidate with no budget and no name recognition then you got a problem with your candidate more importantly you've got a problem with your party because your party is not living up to the hype because people are sick and tired of look at sending these guys to washington being promised that they're going to cut taxes cut spending they're going to reduce the size of government they're going to be you know they're going to protect liberty and we find exactly the opposite we're sick and tired of seeing that happen over and over and over again that's why people are looking at third parties and jim said something very very nice to me and if you guys want to hear the interview the interviews actually on at on the private facebook group jason stapleton dot com slash facebook jason stapleton dot com slash facebook will take you there amy posted at thank you amy for taking the time to post that the interview with him but one of the things that he said to me was he said i've talked to a lot of libertarians and you seem to be on did he say i'm more of a centrist i don't know what it what is term would be i i would probably consider myself more of an objective than anything else but those are just names and i think he was pleasantly surprised at the fact that i had such an open minded view to how the world would work and how libertarianism would be applied in practically and this is one of the i think there's a lesson to be learned there because one of the things that i always try and do that i'm i'm not trying to somebody asked about border security k what do you think about border security.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Hello everybody and welcome back this is the jason stapleton program broadcasting once again here from southern sunny california really appreciate you being here had a great day yesterday we had the we had the early show by the way yesterday i talked on the show i said maybe i'll do the show early in the morning every day and then i realized somedays i may not wanna get up early well it lasted exactly one day went off at five am this morning i was like nope no zero of driving driving into the studio the sun was just coming up and i'm like now by do this every day i'd kill myself this is no way to live oh man what you shouldn't have to live your life like that i mean i don't want you to start this early so look if you're not a morning person you shouldn't get up in the morning you should get up in the afternoon that yeah and yeah because i didn't get to bed to like midnight midnight last night it was it was it was it was busy same yeah yeah trying to knock this stuff out by the way those of you who are interested i e many of you know i did okay as a currency trader for many many years and started in education company that top people how to do that i'm getting ready to launch a brand new program that is pretty incredible we've had a group of very small group of people that we've been working with just a handful of them for the past four or five months that i've been kind of fine tuning the program and we've been putting software packages together and and tools and training and systems and stuff that we're giving away inside of the program and that program is going to launch next week i i'm working with with a partner of mine on the pro on the project and and it's going to be launching next week so if you guys are interested in that i know many of you have raised your hand and said hey i'm interested in learning more.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"And across the united states who are changing their local government and that creates a base for us to build on and nobody is building that base right now they're spending their time trying to change the world at the federal level and really the way we do it is inch by inch by inch at the grassroots level at the ground floor and the problem is just not as sexy as national publicly jason is there anything you want close on you can plug whatever you want your show how can people get a hold of you oh yeah absolutely if you guys wanna listen to my show it's it's a podcast called the jason stapleton program since you're listening to a podcast now i imagine you know how to work that out you can go to jason stapleton dot com and check it out there as well we talked politics and economics five days a week and and i would love for you to stop by just hear a little bit about the show and if you like it stay if you don't then thanks for thanks for giving it a shot jason we love your show we love what you're doing and preaching your message of liberty and thank you so much for your time today really appreciate it thank you guys i appreciate it thanks for thanks for having me on you argh i so that was jason stapleton i i was really looking forward to that interview i'm glad we're able to pull it off we're actually supposed to do it yesterday and we had to reschedule and thankfully that was the case because we rent some technical issues that we were able to work out minutes before we got him on the on skype so yeah that was that was great i mean it was cool to talk to him in person especially you know talked to him about things pertaining to to what our audiences interested in so so those fun.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Two two uh you ever one of those days i'm having one of those days lame explained you kind of how my days welcome back everybody does the jason stable in program it's friday should be an also be and it will be because by the end of today i will at least have taken care of what i need to take care of an i'll have a whole weekend to somewhat decompress but i have had like the i showed up let me explain let me start from the beginning that's the easiest way to do it is would be a friday shows will do some a little bit different we gals stuff on north korea here to talk about how we get the jump barely donald trump accepting an invitation to meet with the north korean dictator which is good good on him like i said crowd communication is good we have a little information on the steel and aluminum tariffs that have now been imposed and we'll find out what's going to happen with these other nations that were apparently be above harming when we do this and we're arming ourselves too but you guys get the picture hated trump apparently journalists at cnn and msnbc are giving glowing praise to president four meeting with the north korean dictator and then we have some other information and hear some of the stuff we'll talk about high school students are getting obese in the military is having trouble finding people to recruit all talk a little bit about that serbia it'll be an interesting day will be a bad day to we're going to have a few things in here i democrats are looking at dropping the super delegates altogether have you guys remember back during 2000s the two thousand sixteen election.
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Who's share nicaragua earthy there is an advocate play during the pick game and in his for snickers and what was it what it says guichard game on no no no no evidence yet it's a get your now it in to get your game on stay keep your head in the game no it was heroin look it up holder it was a key together something now get your game on site snake area are anywhere there is there is a super bowl shit shit there's big game add that played while we were in fact while we were inside the stadium ab we're going to get sued right after this so sneakers get your game on yeah that's the fray owes get your game on yet okay yet which is so dumb bill is when is anyone getting their game on with what when he would a snickers before an athletic competition jason was like pie hey dave you really really got your game on is snickers what was your example pie get your game on you just a slice of chocolate cake your caillebotte gave you greatly on the court man you kill and everybody you're a oh shit eight pretentious and our next add we linnet haven't done it it's for snickers now it's night i'm kidding i mean look at secrets has had some good adds they did at the joe patchy add a look at you sit in your astor's thinkers stickers is listener well i mean i think a look at that no looks niggers if we're hard on snickers we gotta be heard on slickers the sums i said they've had some good ads utter fair enough anyway there was a funny add okay let's get to the thing that everyone wants to talk about jason i'm not talking about it now i will he be get private park you i'm going i'm i this is going to be a private i voted tradition i spoke today and it's going to be a proud of fair are no longer speaking about it yes jesuit to be dating if you'd have to keep it private.
"jason" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"With guess what about the views the podcasts were jason builds a house of cards while we do the podcast quiet in it yes no oh these intro zor can he really elaborate ira guinness book of world record house of danger of music's thousand dollars why isn't the guy rolling mantra music you did would have guys walk right to the podcast i'm jason ship jaded tim mj that no facto this voice you're listening to this krispy smooth boys is not jason it's it's david dobric i'm the young one of the group i also fairly ah jason zef 45 asked me how old i am however you me yeah m nineteen you're in look nineteen ya got pretty regularly skin for nineteen year old dude as in the war you her in the war yeah what ages your sexes the why the war the sexes what does them as during the 70s shit i just gave myself away a a world war one jason that was a uh uh guys to where we just got back from in the big game their big game there are guys can we were at the uk there was a big game on sunday but since david i are being paid to beat the big game we're not allowed to say the phrase big this this is a common thing in in in ah in nowhere and deals right alatas said a phrase game but if you're if you're working in advertising a guy if your copy do does not have exclusive rights to this game be it a big baseball game or big football game jason were allows us were lotta said big game light were allowed to say no abs urging a lot of say the other word i know and i think it's just so funny how we get along we were like it out.