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1108: Sarcasm

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 49m
January 31st, 2019
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Executive Producers: Sir Cal of Lavender Blossoms

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Up in Seattle, Anonymous, Sir Isaac, Knight of the Firearms Instructors, Lee Olivares, Big Merv, Sir Jackson Butler Knight of the Transistors

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Chapters

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Start of Show
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3:47
Polar Vortex Hits the US
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19:12
Thousands of Belgian Students Skip Class to Protest Against Climate Change for the 4th Week in a Row
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22:05
John Williams on the Cost of Living and Inflation
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29:23
Mo Brooks Says an Existing Law Authorizes Border Wall Construction
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38:22
Trump Disagrees with Intelligence Chiefs
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49:41
Pet-Friendly Apartment Buildings Testing DNA of Uncleaned Poop
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51:33
Purina Brings Dog Food Containing Crickets and Fish Heads to Market
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54:40
Rare: Putting Glitter on Your Dog’s Testicles is a Trend Now, Apparently
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55:41
Kamala Harris Announces Her 2020 Presidential Campaign
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1:03:34
Kamala Harris Evokes Sandy Hook Shooting in Remarks About Gun-Law Reform
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1:05:41
Ben Shapiro's Poorly Executed Sarcasm
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1:15:59
Credits
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1:31:38
Bernie Sanders is a Dingbat
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1:32:21
Kirsten Gillibrand Announces Her 2020 Presidential Campaign
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1:34:07
Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Explores Running as Independent Candidate for 2020 Elections
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1:42:05
Producer Notes: Venezuela
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1:45:37
Joanna Hausmann: What's Happening in Venezuela? Just the Facts
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1:47:29
Trump's Venezuela Strategy
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1:54:19
Venezuela
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1:59:14
The Lunar Rock Big Bertha Originated on Earth 4 Billion Years Ago
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2:03:52
Donations
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2:11:51
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:15:41
Allan Nairn on Democracy Now: "Elliott Abrams is a War Criminal Who Has Abetted Genocide"
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2:22:40
Pi-hole
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2:26:07
Facebook Loses Apple Developer Certificate After Paying Users for Data Collection
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2:29:41
Johnny English Strikes Again
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2:31:27
5G
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2:33:59
Canberra, Australia Among the First Cities to Test Optus 5G Network
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2:35:15
Indictment Against Huawai Alleges Conspiracy to Steal T-Mobile's Trade Secrets
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2:39:50
Massachusetts Attorney General Alleges Purdue Pharma Tried to Shift Blame for Opioid Addiction
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2:44:31
Man on the Street Interview: Cold War Was About Freeing the Slaves
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2:45:20
End of Show
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    I love Clinton you love Clinton there's
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    a song there
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    Adam Curry John C. Dvorak this is your
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    award-winning Gipper Nation Media
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    assassination episode 11 Oasis is no
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    agenda
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    Silicon Valley where the polar vortex
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    can't touch us I'm John see you tomorrow
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    sure it can polar vortex can touch
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    anybody anytime anywhere well it's a big
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    dam that broke
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    according to the global warmest s-- a
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    dam that broke no less yeah it's a dam
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    that broke well before we get to that
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    I'd like everyone to know this show
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    episode 1108 is dedicated to the memory
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    of sir greg davies the heavy-metal
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    historian he passed away a couple days
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    ago and i want to read a note from his
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    partner Dame Jennifer WIDA of the gypsy
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    nation John Adam and the no agenda
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    family I'm deeply saddened to let you
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    know that my fiance sir Greg Davies the
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    heavy-metal historian passed away in his
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    home on the morning of January 29th 2019
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    the Barrett's esophagus condition may
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    have indirectly contributed to Greg's
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    death but the most likely immediate
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    cause was a heart attack
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    he was only 41 years old in his short
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    time upon this earth Greg was a dynamic
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    force in the lives of so many people
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    many of whom have reached out to me
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    since the news broke from his hometown
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    of Perth Australia to the UK to all
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    around the u.s. and indeed all around
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    the world condolences and fond memories
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    have come in I'm touched and honored by
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    all of the support expressed by those
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    who knew him even if he was even even if
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    it was only online but the No Agenda
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    community support has been especially
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    comforting during this difficult time
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    one of your producers that suggested the
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    donations in the amount of $20.99 be
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    made to the show and Greg's honor the
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    reason for this particular donation
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    amount is inspired by Greg's common
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    internet handle
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    CGT 2099 he had a huge internet presence
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    and worked in IT so it's only fitting
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    that a
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    Oriol donation in this amount has been
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    promoted he would have saluted this with
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    two horns up memorial arrangements have
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    not yet been finalized but his family
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    and i have decided upon a huge party
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    open to anyone who wishes to come I will
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    post details online once we have the
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    date set I know Greg contributed several
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    jingles and pieces of artwork over the
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    years so can we have a 69 dudes and a
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    Putin don't worry be happy in his honor
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    and can we also have some state
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    settlement goat Karma with much love and
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    appreciation named Jennifer WETA
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    of the gypsy nation in Lawton Oklahoma
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    absolutely you've got and he will be
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    missed
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    yeah I believe he's the one who did the
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    artwork for show 10th anniversary show
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    there you go yeah yeah I emailed with
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    him just a couple weeks ago yeah he was
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    only United you know just around
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    Christmastime well fuck that sorry yeah
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    not good no all right wow you just got
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    real loud all of a sudden what are you
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    doing why are you doing this to me huh
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    no easy easy partner you back off just
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    back off man just a bit yes back to the
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    polar vortex then yeah the polar vortex
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    apparently is freezing everybody do some
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    weather reports including some that
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    include the well here let's start with
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    it
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    whether weather weather let's start I
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    got bad weather
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    global warming report from NBC the bad
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    weather than global warming report
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    across the globe the weather picture is
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    one of Fire and Ice
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    bone numbing record cold in the Midwest
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    fire and record heat in Australia 120
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    degrees and hotter this month what that
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    really means is that fires will be
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    uncontrollable they'll be fast-moving
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    and yo-yo weather cycles after the deep
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    freeze in the u.s. a 50 degree rebound
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    in some cities within days hard to
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    believe when you're frozen like an
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    icicle but experts say that arctic blast
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    is in fact further evidence of climate
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    change in response to president Trump's
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    skepticism the weather experts at NOAA
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    tweeting winter storms don't prove that
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    global warming isn't happening here's
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    why at the North Pole scientists say the
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    melting sea ice and ocean temperatures
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    have caused the walls of the jet stream
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    or polar vortex to break open like a dam
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    in places that has allowed air to escape
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    rushing south into the Midwest not only
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    is greenhouse gas warming impacting the
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    planet but it's really beginning to kick
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    in and it's kicking in and the parts of
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    the planet that are most sensitive in
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    particular Arctic sea ice regions and
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    the Arctic you know I just believe it
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    also fine perfect you know I'm always
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    anybody note that it has the elements of
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    you know 1984 where good is bad and bad
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    is good and we let you mean lay you mean
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    new speak yeah new speak has it yes
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    always the jingle used it's a double
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    speakers I think what we used to call it
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    I'm gonna jingle for that yeah yeah well
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    isn't these not the same with just
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    pretty much everything so that which
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    clip was that that was well here's the
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    here's the jingle you were talking about
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    there you go yeah yes I have horrible
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    weather NBC on deck twenty seconds
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    yeah play that Tex holds millions at a
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    dangerous and icy grip a blast of arctic
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    air sweeping across the upper tier of
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    the country now rapidly pushing toward
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    the Northeast the weather blamed for at
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    least six deaths so far wind chills are
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    dipping as far as 50 below zero so cold
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    in Chicago that fires were actually lit
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    to keep commuter rails from freezing you
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    know there was this story that that
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    happened over the past two days about
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    this actor who's in the I think it's was
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    it a Showtime or HBO s Empire
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    jussie Smollett yes if Fox it's a fall
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    Fox of what do I know
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    so you just heard Chicago was 40 50
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    below zero let's make it 20 below zero
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    when this happened on Tuesday just to
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    make it easy and he was out in Chicago
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    in Streeterville by the way which is
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    very affluent neighborhood Streeterville
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    it's not that it's not the south side of
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    Chicago 20 below zero and he's in a
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    subway shop and then something happened
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    and they can't find any they can't find
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    any evidence of a so-called lynching
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    because he had a form of rope around his
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    neck
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    I'm guys with Trump hats yeah Mike Magga
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    hats I'm thinking you know let's you and
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    I let's just be racist for a moment hey
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    man I got an idea
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    let's go wrap a rope around some black
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    guy's neck it's 20 below zero it's 2:00
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    in the morning you ready I'm all in you
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    come on well it's pretty sketchy and
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    it's a shame that he got so much
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    attention
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    let's back bet back to the weather I do
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    have one last cup which is Amy since
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    she's the one who would promote the
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    global warming stuff the most YES on the
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    more
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    Tech's yes what am I look oh here Amy on
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    the vortex cutter back in the US the
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    polar vortex enveloping the Midwest it's
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    causing record lows across the region
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    with temperatures in some areas
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    including Detroit dipping below
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    temperatures in Antarctica the wind
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    chill temperature in Chicago hit 49
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    degrees below zero
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    that's Fahrenheit this morning President
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    Trump used the extreme weather to once
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    again deny climate change tweeting
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    Monday in the beautiful Midwest wind
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    chill temperatures are reaching minus 60
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    degrees the coldest ever recorded in
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    coming days expected to get even colder
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    people can't last outside even four
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    minutes what the hell is going on with
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    global waning W a.m. ing please come
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    back fast we need you meanwhile raging
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    wildfires in Australia have caused
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    record-breaking heat bringing about
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    widespread power failure I do have two
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    clips regarding this it should you be
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    interested I do have an actual n oo a
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    scientist who appeared on NPR and I've
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    chopped a little bit of that so we can
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    listen to the official explanation of
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    the polar vortex and how it has nothing
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    to do with anthropogenic climate change
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    slash global those guys anthropogenic
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    stuff well maybe I'm just being
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    facetious the point is that scientists
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    and don't you love her already he's
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    great the point is that scientists in
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    general have been referring to the polar
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    vortex in the stratosphere but because
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    they caused these cold air outbreaks in
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    the troposphere the term polar vortex
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    has been somewhat adopted to explain
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    this cold weather outbreak but it's
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    really just a part of our weather system
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    that we get sometimes we get these cold
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    extremes due to these lobes of the
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    Jetstream that gets separated from the
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    main flow and bring down these very
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    coldest very cold air are you following
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    so it's really not polar
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    text at all this is this is what piqued
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    my interest with the cube okay so here's
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    the here's the key question then how
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    related is the the phenomenon that we're
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    experiencing now how related it is it to
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    climate change so this woman give us a
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    nice explanation and maybe shed some
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    light on the situation
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    we immediately jump you're taking a
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    valuable NPR airtime lady get to the
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    propaganda yeah so what's been
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    interesting is that there is some
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    agreement that over the past thirty
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    years or so the polar vortex in the
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    stratosphere has weakened somewhat
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    however what's less clear is whether
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    that's been caused by climate change in
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    particular or sea ice loss or whether
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    it's just some longer-term variability I
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    love that the climate scientist is kind
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    of three percent uncertain about this
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    and one of the reasons that we wonder
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    whether it's really forced by by
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    increased greenhouse gases is because
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    the climate models running into the
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    future do not see significant or
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    agreed-upon changes in these cold air
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    outbreaks occurring more often in fact
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    they overwhelmingly see that we'll
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    experience fewer and fewer cold air
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    outbreaks okay write this down right
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    down January 31st 2019
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    you heard it here less polar vortex in
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    our future into the future fewer and
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    fewer okay help explain that I mean I
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    get back I'm script perfectly honest I
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    feel like I'm not quite caught up with
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    you on on the script where are you in
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    the and I don't quite see exactly where
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    you are in the pages could you please
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    you know get back it's cold air
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    outbreaks occurring more often in fact
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    they overwhelmingly see that will
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    experience fewer and fewer cold air
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    outbreaks into the future fewer and
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    fewer okay yes can you help explain that
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    I mean it to be perfectly honest I feel
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    like I'm not quite caught up with you on
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    on why that might be so could you
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    explain that yeah so in general there
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    response to when you put more co2 into
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    the atmosphere
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    you're gonna warm the atmosphere and
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    that's going to be true in all seasons
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    and in winter as well what some people
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    have proposed is that maybe because
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    you're also melting sea-ice that that
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    can weaken the Jetstream and you get
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    some more of these cold air outbreaks
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    but whether the models just don't have
  • 12:46
    these processes modeled correctly or
  • 12:50
    whether this really isn't going to be a
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    big influence we generally don't see any
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    weakening of the of that vortex in these
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    climate models okay because I guess what
  • 13:03
    I'm saying is as you almost certainly
  • 13:04
    know every time we have one of these
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    extreme cold weather events there are
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    people out there including the president
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    of United States who say you know like
  • 13:13
    global warming or climate change what
  • 13:14
    gives like how can we have these extreme
  • 13:16
    cold events if we also have climate
  • 13:18
    change but but are you saying that there
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    is some kind of relationship between the
  • 13:22
    two I'm saying it's possible it's an
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    interesting idea you know we're already
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    into spending a hundreds of billions of
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    dollars on this bullshit interesting
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    science where there's not a lot of
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    consensus right now in terms of what
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    will happen in the future and with
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    climate change and cold air outbreaks I
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    think there's going to be less cold
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    extremes than there are but the weather
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    is noisy and so you're still weather is
  • 13:49
    noisy now this is new I like this have
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    these very cold extremes occur on
  • 13:55
    occasion it's just gonna be fewer and
  • 13:57
    fewer of them weather is noisy okay
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    she's wrong yeah since around the topic
  • 14:03
    she mentioned the models you know how
  • 14:05
    everybody talks a little bit more than
  • 14:08
    they should when they're on podcasts so
  • 14:10
    it's always fun to listen and
  • 14:12
    freakanomics the freakonomics podcast
  • 14:14
    had a see kate marvel on she is a
  • 14:19
    climate scientist at Columbia University
  • 14:21
    and the NASA Goddard Institute for Space
  • 14:23
    Studies and she sadly had to admit that
  • 14:28
    the climate models suck so we don't know
  • 14:31
    exactly how hot it's gonna get and a lot
  • 14:34
    of that is because
  • 14:35
    of human behavior we don't know what
  • 14:36
    humans are gonna do but even if you take
  • 14:39
    out all the uncertainty surrounding
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    humans there's still uncertainties in
  • 14:43
    the physical climate system and this is
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    really embarrassing because people are
  • 14:46
    like come on climate scientists like you
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    had one job and we're working on it
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    right but the wild card is really clouds
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    because when we talk about global
  • 14:56
    warming we mean climate change and a lot
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    of stuff is gonna change when it warms
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    up and one of those things that's going
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    to change is clouds and cause are really
  • 15:05
    important in the climate system because
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    they both warm the planet and they cool
  • 15:10
    the planet at the same time so why is
  • 15:13
    it's such a wild card what will be the
  • 15:15
    variables that change the behavior or
  • 15:18
    the proliferation whatever of clouds
  • 15:20
    that might dictate temperature so clouds
  • 15:22
    are so hard to understand they're really
  • 15:25
    hard to shove in a climate model because
  • 15:27
    they're both really small all right
  • 15:28
    they're nucleated by tiny tiny grains of
  • 15:30
    sand or dust but at the same time
  • 15:33
    they're really really big they cover a
  • 15:35
    giant giant portion of the earth and
  • 15:37
    it's really hard with in a computer
  • 15:39
    model of the climate system to simulate
  • 15:41
    something that's both really small and
  • 15:43
    really big so basically we suck at it
  • 15:49
    yeah that's all right you know what I'm
  • 15:52
    sensing mm-hmm because you had an NOAA
  • 15:55
    person now this one and then the and of
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    course the gung-ho woman from NPR and
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    the this guy is this is a blitz a PR
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    blitz no I don't sense that what I'm
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    sensing is the slowly backing uh-oh
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    backing off let's just let's just just
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    when I was a chemist at a union oil I
  • 16:28
    was doing testing on certain things I
  • 16:30
    made some factor of 10 mistake which is
  • 16:33
    very helps they keep all the records I'm
  • 16:36
    always afraid they're gonna catch up
  • 16:38
    with you so they make this mistake and
  • 16:40
    you send this back to them whatever
  • 16:42
    facility it was that was looking for
  • 16:44
    this information is off by a factor of
  • 16:46
    10
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    and then you and then they all panic
  • 16:49
    because it's like I don't know this is
  • 16:51
    no good
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    and so then you retest it and you go oh
  • 16:56
    my god I was wrong by a factor of 10 so
  • 16:59
    you start doing the bit that I wait can
  • 17:04
    we learn from this do we need to take
  • 17:05
    notes which is yeah this might be useful
  • 17:08
    for somebody instead of just admitting
  • 17:10
    failure
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    now hold on what ten times what can you
  • 17:13
    just tell us what this was there was a
  • 17:15
    sulphur content probably huh and it was
  • 17:19
    off spec that's the main thing right and
  • 17:21
    once it's off spec they have to fix it
  • 17:23
    and so you start giving him test results
  • 17:25
    back on the new cuz they're all that's
  • 17:27
    out then they start throwing stuff back
  • 17:29
    at ya and you know that you're wrong so
  • 17:31
    you you give them fake results that are
  • 17:34
    less and less and less and less over a
  • 17:38
    period of maybe six to ten just try to
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    bring down your your goo write down your
  • 17:43
    mistakes really boom you're good to go
  • 17:47
    yeah and this all takes place within a
  • 17:49
    couple of hours so it's not like a kill
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    you know the horrible but I mean I know
  • 17:54
    how much money they lost on this because
  • 17:55
    I don't know what they did with this
  • 17:56
    stuff but that kind of thing which
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    happens it has to be bet you have to
  • 18:03
    back out slowly you can't all of a
  • 18:04
    sudden say hey you know we realized that
  • 18:06
    these climate models these computer
  • 18:08
    models that were basing all this stuff
  • 18:10
    on or bogus and they don't work now that
  • 18:14
    we've got more and more data we're
  • 18:16
    looking at data from the last 20 years
  • 18:17
    these none of this stuff works cuz the
  • 18:19
    computer models are notoriously bad yeah
  • 18:21
    for all kinds of thought what are we
  • 18:23
    gonna do no no don't do don't make that
  • 18:25
    admission but it looks like we scammed
  • 18:27
    everybody so let's just back slow slow
  • 18:30
    so we can that could be possible we'll
  • 18:34
    keep our eyes on it well that was two
  • 18:35
    examples yes
  • 18:37
    just in this week alone of course kids
  • 18:40
    in America and and some kids from Sweden
  • 18:43
    are severely and we some politicians
  • 18:46
    even aoc severely traumatized by the
  • 18:49
    most recent report that we had from our
  • 18:52
    own government saying within 12 years
  • 18:54
    what they really said with is within 12
  • 18:56
    years if we haven't fixed it then the
  • 18:58
    world GDP may drop by
  • 19:00
    about 5% which didn't suck that we're
  • 19:03
    all gonna die Wow yeah it kind of didn't
  • 19:05
    say that but doesn't matter the trauma
  • 19:07
    is there and there's enough repetition
  • 19:10
    of the message of we're all gonna die
  • 19:12
    however in Belgium the kids are loving
  • 19:15
    the global warming climate change
  • 19:17
    they're on their third week of protests
  • 19:20
    yeah they don't have to go to school
  • 19:21
    this is just a little bit of tossing
  • 19:25
    back and forth between the euro news
  • 19:27
    studio and a guy in Brussels and these
  • 19:28
    kids are all you know they're like
  • 19:30
    they're happy the other jumping around
  • 19:32
    they have on that I've written on their
  • 19:34
    cheeks save us they've got peace signs
  • 19:38
    on the drawers on the sheets by the way
  • 19:41
    we should mention it we've been doing
  • 19:42
    this report on pretty much every show we
  • 19:45
    should mention it's freezing there and
  • 19:47
    they're all bundled up they're all but
  • 19:49
    they have hats on big scarves and all
  • 19:52
    hooting and hollering and they're
  • 19:54
    hamming it up in front of the camera the
  • 19:56
    guy can't even hear the studio because
  • 19:58
    they have the day off yet again from
  • 20:03
    kids and students missing school why do
  • 20:05
    you think this protest has attracted so
  • 20:07
    much support
  • 20:14
    for the first week in a row the students
  • 20:18
    came in the streets of Brussels there
  • 20:20
    were according to the police they got
  • 20:33
    vuvuzela now the blowing in the guy's
  • 20:35
    face the time of their lives
  • 20:52
    another element of trying to back out of
  • 20:55
    this oh my goodness interesting these
  • 20:58
    kid this is now becoming a nuisance oh
  • 21:01
    yeah they're not to be taken seriously
  • 21:04
    as protesters they're truants the well
  • 21:07
    this this is a yeah we have a truancy
  • 21:09
    problem now we have these kids
  • 21:10
    completely out of control we overdid it
  • 21:12
    we turned the knob up too high some of
  • 21:16
    them are committing suicide and some of
  • 21:18
    them are just not coming back to class
  • 21:20
    or anything that just become you know
  • 21:22
    truant vagaries unintended consequences
  • 21:27
    with your so right so right you can
  • 21:30
    freak people out about so there you go
  • 21:34
    yeah that's our weather report for yeah
  • 21:36
    it's it's getting a little warmer in
  • 21:38
    Texas though we're on 50 degrees source
  • 21:40
    so to get warm we're right underneath
  • 21:42
    the the vortex so we're all broke you'd
  • 21:45
    be flooded with cold air all right if
  • 21:47
    that got someone's got to stick his
  • 21:48
    finger in the dam no no it's Dyke
  • 21:50
    oh that too we've had some rain even
  • 21:55
    though they couple of weeks ago this is
  • 21:56
    no more rain we're done for this year
  • 21:58
    but no we got rain weather is not
  • 22:01
    climate weather is noisy just listening
  • 22:05
    to a bunch of obscurities too and I
  • 22:07
    would cut we talked about this a little
  • 22:09
    bit on the da chime plug show but we
  • 22:11
    didn't play anything but I thought this
  • 22:13
    would be a good little piece of
  • 22:14
    educational information because I didn't
  • 22:16
    really fully understand what are some of
  • 22:18
    the elements that had changed with the
  • 22:20
    cost of living that people live paycheck
  • 22:23
    to paycheck and our in debt because of
  • 22:25
    stupid shit there's told to buy
  • 22:28
    no oh this is more about how the how the
  • 22:31
    inflation rate is calculated and how it
  • 22:33
    doesn't really match with what we just
  • 22:35
    with wages what we think well no it
  • 22:38
    doesn't match match what what we think
  • 22:41
    of as inflation or to do stuff because
  • 22:45
    the true em 1 2 & 3 money well that's
  • 22:49
    yeah you know about the money supply but
  • 22:52
    that's the government telling no no
  • 22:54
    everything's fine everything's fine yeah
  • 22:56
    well so I John Williams who's this guy
  • 23:00
    statistician economist is in San
  • 23:02
    Francisco he does shadow stats and
  • 23:04
    that's the ones we referred to once in a
  • 23:05
    while when we bring up the real
  • 23:07
    unemployment numbers and other things
  • 23:09
    such as that and such as and such good
  • 23:13
    use of and such and so I got this little
  • 23:17
    clip of him on some podcast with some
  • 23:18
    guy he wasn't doing a very good job of
  • 23:22
    interviewing me but but I thought this
  • 23:24
    would be something for this show because
  • 23:25
    I thought it was a very good explanation
  • 23:28
    of the cost of living and and how
  • 23:30
    inflation works and how it how the
  • 23:32
    calculation has changed and I didn't
  • 23:34
    even know how this stuff stuff myself in
  • 23:36
    1980s they changed they wanted to change
  • 23:39
    the way the cost-of-living adjustment
  • 23:42
    was calculated for Social Security
  • 23:45
    recipients of my others normally I think
  • 23:49
    the way Newt Gingrich put it was well we
  • 23:52
    can only get a more accurate CPI in
  • 23:55
    there meaning at lower lower rate of
  • 23:57
    inflation it'll help us get the budget
  • 23:59
    deficit well that's that's that's
  • 24:02
    nonsense what what they did historically
  • 24:06
    and then you had you have inflation cost
  • 24:10
    of living in this indices that go back
  • 24:12
    literally a couple of centuries the
  • 24:15
    whole concept of behind the CPI was to
  • 24:17
    measure the cost of maintaining a
  • 24:19
    constant standard of living so that you
  • 24:21
    could that would is a very good example
  • 24:23
    you might take a gallon of milk a loaf
  • 24:28
    of bread gallon of gas and price of an
  • 24:34
    MSA pan estate
  • 24:35
    I mean price prices had in one year that
  • 24:38
    he price about the next year and
  • 24:40
    whatever that best
  • 24:41
    going up I would be the increase in the
  • 24:44
    cost of living well Greenspan argued was
  • 24:49
    that well that's that's not the way to
  • 24:51
    do it again this is where most people
  • 24:53
    view it its way it had been for
  • 24:55
    centuries he said well if people find
  • 24:59
    that the price of state goes up they're
  • 25:02
    gonna buy more chicken or or hamburger
  • 25:04
    and they do that then then their cost of
  • 25:08
    living isn't rising as much but guess
  • 25:10
    what I don't view eating hamburger
  • 25:14
    instead of the steak because I can't
  • 25:17
    afford the steak as maintaining a
  • 25:20
    constant standard of living the whole
  • 25:23
    idea of introducing substitution there
  • 25:25
    knocked a couple of percentage points
  • 25:26
    off its and then they changed the the
  • 25:31
    the quality assessment things had
  • 25:33
    computers are just quality and things
  • 25:35
    that people really don't notice okay let
  • 25:39
    me see if I understand what he's saying
  • 25:40
    he's saying that when the inflation goes
  • 25:45
    up people eventually resort to cheap
  • 25:51
    shit mac and cheese something like that
  • 25:58
    yeah the argument was made and this was
  • 26:04
    in the 80s because the Newt Gingrich
  • 26:06
    decided that hey the Social Security
  • 26:07
    people keep jacking up we have to send
  • 26:10
    them is there any way we can knock this
  • 26:12
    number back to CPI the Consumer Price in
  • 26:15
    rice right now it's number down somehow
  • 26:18
    so we don't have to keep giving Social
  • 26:19
    Security recipients more money that's
  • 26:25
    what they did but they did it with just
  • 26:27
    cheating this oh well look your standard
  • 26:30
    of living hasn't changed any you're just
  • 26:32
    eating chicken you're heating the John
  • 26:35
    that now we understand bugs bugs now we
  • 26:38
    know what buzz is coming look well and
  • 26:41
    all those wool sweaters cotton will work
  • 26:43
    yeah but this this is the whole theory
  • 26:46
    behind bugs your standard of living
  • 26:50
    hasn't decreased because you have to eat
  • 26:52
    cockroaches
  • 26:55
    Roach's John it's with your tastes like
  • 27:18
    poop inflation but I didn't know the
  • 27:25
    substitution angle great angle yeah yeah
  • 27:34
    we went from you know big American cars
  • 27:37
    and then we got you know plastic
  • 27:40
    Japanese cars which eventually turned
  • 27:42
    out to be really good and now it's like
  • 27:44
    well I can't really afford the Japanese
  • 27:46
    car let me go back to the cheap-ass
  • 27:47
    American car yeah a Geo I raced in a Geo
  • 27:55
    did you know yes MTV we followed the the
  • 28:01
    indie circuit one year and it was one
  • 28:04
    year they had the race in Denver the
  • 28:06
    street race in Denver and they had the
  • 28:09
    celebrity race and there wasn't a Grand
  • 28:13
    Prix or IndyCar Grand Prix styling um
  • 28:15
    well it was on the streets it would be
  • 28:17
    Grand Prix more than well Indy well it
  • 28:20
    was the cars whatever it was the same
  • 28:22
    cars yeah for you you had a Geo I was
  • 28:27
    like the guy the drummer from white lion
  • 28:29
    Johnny Gill you know I'm sure one of the
  • 28:33
    motley crew guys was there and I had the
  • 28:35
    in-car camera I got to find that footage
  • 28:37
    of course I went around the corner and
  • 28:39
    crashed into the wall and kept going you
  • 28:41
    did yeah yeah the the stick shift had
  • 28:43
    come up about two feet but otherwise
  • 28:46
    it's still drove but the commentary
  • 28:48
    because when you're in the car and
  • 28:49
    you're skidding around you hit the wall
  • 28:51
    and you bounce off it feels like wow man
  • 28:54
    this is spectacular then you see the
  • 28:56
    footage on TV and the commentator it's
  • 28:59
    literally like what cause of Geo they go
  • 29:01
    how slow it looks then like it looks
  • 29:04
    like I'm a grandma who's lost control
  • 29:07
    and the guys who were gonna call the
  • 29:08
    official race like oh there's Adam curry
  • 29:10
    from MTV oh okay was like dude can't
  • 29:15
    even hold on to the wheel my geo story
  • 29:18
    there you go
  • 29:19
    geo story I have one clip which I think
  • 29:24
    is important for something that has
  • 29:28
    dropped off the radar a little bit here
  • 29:30
    in the United States of Gitmo nation
  • 29:32
    which is the wall
  • 29:34
    the president's wall and we know that
  • 29:38
    what has happened now is he has caved he
  • 29:41
    said uh negotiate we'll talk about it
  • 29:43
    you know he's he's threatening a little
  • 29:45
    bit there with his with his state of
  • 29:48
    emergency and of course judges
  • 29:51
    everyone's getting lai all this can't
  • 29:52
    happen you can't do this right just a
  • 29:54
    lot of noise cuz weather is noise and I
  • 29:58
    think I know what his plan is then it
  • 30:01
    came out in a hearing congressional
  • 30:04
    hearing with representative mo Brooks
  • 30:07
    think he's from Alabama and he was
  • 30:10
    questioning the Undersecretary of
  • 30:12
    Defense John rude about a very specific
  • 30:15
    law which explains when you listen to
  • 30:18
    this it's about a minute and a half
  • 30:20
    which explains the president's
  • 30:22
    consistent push about the drugs that are
  • 30:25
    coming across without a wall the drugs I
  • 30:27
    think there was you know there's a
  • 30:28
    couple of big fentanyl busts although
  • 30:30
    they may not have been outside of the
  • 30:32
    port's entry right so there's right
  • 30:35
    right so there's a very specific law and
  • 30:39
    it's explained here and then we can walk
  • 30:41
    through some of the details I want to
  • 30:42
    direct your attention to ten united
  • 30:44
    states code 284 which authorizes
  • 30:48
    President Trump to deploy the military
  • 30:50
    to the southern border to build fences
  • 30:52
    and to do a lot of other things and for
  • 30:55
    clarity if you look it up in the
  • 30:57
    dictionary the word fence includes the
  • 30:59
    word barrier and the word barrier
  • 31:01
    includes walls made of a variety of
  • 31:03
    different materials so that having been
  • 31:06
    said it seems to me that 10 u.s. code
  • 31:09
    284 can be used by the President of
  • 31:12
    States to direct the United States
  • 31:14
    military to build a wall now as of today
  • 31:18
    you've mentioned military forces along
  • 31:20
    the southern border have any of them
  • 31:22
    been deployed pursuant to 10 USC 284
  • 31:26
    congressman I don't believe any of our
  • 31:28
    forces have been deployed pursuant to 10
  • 31:30
    USC 284 you are correct however that
  • 31:33
    that use of authority would authorize
  • 31:35
    the Secretary of Defense direct barriers
  • 31:37
    roads fencing what those type of
  • 31:40
    materials to disrupt drug smuggling does
  • 31:44
    10 us excuse me 10 USC 284 as you
  • 31:48
    understand it require the declaration of
  • 31:51
    a national emergency before it is
  • 31:52
    implemented no it does not
  • 31:56
    no has President Trump to your knowledge
  • 32:00
    ever use 10 USC 284 to direct the
  • 32:03
    military to build the wall that is
  • 32:06
    necessary for border security no not to
  • 32:09
    my knowledge congressman if President
  • 32:11
    Trump were direct the Pentagon the
  • 32:13
    United States military pursuant to 10
  • 32:16
    USC 284 to build such barriers as are
  • 32:20
    necessary to secure our southern border
  • 32:22
    from drug trafficking and international
  • 32:25
    crime cartels would the United States
  • 32:28
    military obey that order if we judge it
  • 32:31
    to be a law Florida yes sir and and I'd
  • 32:34
    assume it would be I love how they do
  • 32:36
    these hearings because the it worked the
  • 32:38
    whole intent of this kind of questioning
  • 32:41
    not like mow didn't know what he was
  • 32:43
    asking is to get it to people to pay
  • 32:45
    attention and look up at 10 the United
  • 32:48
    States Code section 284 support for
  • 32:51
    counterdrug activities and activities to
  • 32:53
    counter transnational organized crime
  • 32:56
    and just to give you an idea the
  • 32:59
    Secretary of Defense may provide support
  • 33:00
    for the counter drug activities or
  • 33:02
    activities to counter transnational
  • 33:04
    organized crime of any other department
  • 33:06
    or agency of the federal government or
  • 33:08
    any state local tribal Lola agency funny
  • 33:11
    the purpose is set forth in the
  • 33:12
    following subsection so the president
  • 33:14
    can call upon this and indeed what can
  • 33:18
    be done with it is is quite quite broad
  • 33:21
    I see and we have Oman I just messed
  • 33:27
    that up yes here's the
  • 33:30
    those types of supports we have the
  • 33:32
    maintenance repair of equipment that's
  • 33:33
    been made available okay preserving
  • 33:35
    potential future utility maintenance of
  • 33:37
    anything transportation of personnel the
  • 33:39
    United States and foreign countries and
  • 33:41
    the transportation of supplies and
  • 33:42
    equipment so this is what the Defense
  • 33:45
    Department took can do when asked by the
  • 33:48
    establishment and operation of bases of
  • 33:50
    operations or training facilities for
  • 33:52
    the purpose of facilitating counterdrug
  • 33:54
    activities or activities to counter
  • 33:56
    transnational organized crime
  • 33:59
    we have detection monitoring and
  • 34:01
    communication of the movement of air and
  • 34:03
    sea traffic within 25 miles outside the
  • 34:06
    geographic boundaries surface traffic
  • 34:08
    construction of roads and fences and
  • 34:11
    installation of lighting to block drug
  • 34:14
    smuggling corridors across international
  • 34:16
    boundaries establishment of command
  • 34:18
    control communications and computer
  • 34:19
    networks for improved integration of law
  • 34:21
    enforcement act of military and national
  • 34:24
    guard aerial and ground reconnaissance I
  • 34:27
    mean it goes on and on oh yes now I want
  • 34:36
    to ask a couple of things here yeah now
  • 34:38
    obviously this whole thing was theater
  • 34:41
    for the purposes of hey we already did
  • 34:44
    it in the hearing we you should have
  • 34:45
    been paying attention where were your
  • 34:47
    morons and so the mainstream media of
  • 34:50
    course doesn't pick up on this only to
  • 34:52
    know it's gender why would they that
  • 34:54
    doesn't sound right
  • 34:55
    you're still talking about nationalist
  • 34:58
    when this particular section of the u.s.
  • 35:02
    code was put in place does it have a
  • 35:04
    date when it was when this was actually
  • 35:06
    made into law let's see let me see
  • 35:11
    source credit what do we have maybe of
  • 35:15
    course these things change over time
  • 35:16
    which I'd like no it was initiated I see
  • 35:19
    a lot of 2016 quite honestly just look
  • 35:22
    in here these are when changes were made
  • 35:25
    I don't know which ones but a lot of
  • 35:27
    changes were made in December of 2016
  • 35:33
    you caught me off guard I need to look
  • 35:35
    at that well I wouldn't expect you to be
  • 35:37
    expecting that question but I'm guessing
  • 35:40
    it was if it's 2016
  • 35:42
    yeah we've been bamboozled no wonder he
  • 35:46
    was so confident yeah now I'm sure that
  • 35:51
    the Ninth Circuit and you know everybody
  • 35:54
    else will just be all over this hey it's
  • 35:57
    been sitting there for two years you
  • 35:59
    didn't do anything about it now you
  • 36:02
    better than that it means it's in law
  • 36:04
    just go change your codified as they
  • 36:08
    like to say and all that and there's no
  • 36:09
    I don't even think this from what I
  • 36:10
    could tell there's no there's no real
  • 36:13
    budget
  • 36:14
    the only thing military budget comes
  • 36:17
    right out the top the Defense Department
  • 36:19
    all they have to guess right off behind
  • 36:24
    desks as we speak it's a rounding error
  • 36:28
    they do have to make a report to
  • 36:30
    Congress and say here's the budget
  • 36:31
    that's what we're gonna spend let me
  • 36:32
    guess about 5.7 million at stage one but
  • 36:37
    just change the change it just say okay
  • 36:39
    well this is why you hear him going
  • 36:40
    towards drugs drugs drugs the drugs the
  • 36:43
    drugs the drug right and he's been
  • 36:44
    saying this from day one so I think
  • 36:47
    you're right I think this was set up it
  • 36:49
    was I I have to look at the history of
  • 36:52
    the bill
  • 36:52
    maybe one of our trolls can do that one
  • 36:54
    of the producers in the troll room all
  • 36:56
    right
  • 36:57
    see if there's any significant changes
  • 36:59
    made maybe it's been around forever I
  • 37:00
    don't know but it looks like there's a
  • 37:02
    lot of it yeah it was flat-footed yeah
  • 37:11
    well he gets to make the point dad I
  • 37:14
    think here's a couple points he'll make
  • 37:16
    he says well you know we we had to do a
  • 37:18
    government shutdown they still wouldn't
  • 37:20
    agree to the wall so we can't credit
  • 37:22
    them with the wolf under any
  • 37:23
    circumstances and we lost three billion
  • 37:26
    dollars in unrecoverable something costs
  • 37:32
    right to do the shutdown and that three
  • 37:36
    billion could have been put toward the
  • 37:37
    wall if the if these Democrats would
  • 37:39
    have just the played ball here yeah I
  • 37:41
    mean it's playing a long game if this is
  • 37:43
    the case which is
  • 37:44
    is a good game to play well what other
  • 37:47
    game is there it's so much better than
  • 37:49
    international emergency this is clearly
  • 37:52
    set out you just say hope got it got a
  • 37:53
    copy I mean transnational organized
  • 37:56
    crime
  • 37:57
    the Coyotes you could argue are that yes
  • 38:01
    its transnational it's organized and
  • 38:03
    it's a crime yeah it's not El Chapo but
  • 38:06
    it's a crime no so that the level of El
  • 38:09
    Chapo hmm exactly so very good I'll give
  • 38:14
    you like I don't have a good clip yeah
  • 38:21
    well I was on the on the switchback
  • 38:26
    evening you mean what do we call we used
  • 38:31
    to call it the whip saw a wrapper around
  • 38:32
    the way the wraparound switchback
  • 38:34
    whipsaw whipsaw mm-hmm so there was a
  • 38:38
    good example that was I thought was the
  • 38:40
    most shameless and I'll probably explain
  • 38:46
    what a switchback is just okay this is
  • 38:48
    where you and today Adam Curry admitted
  • 38:52
    that he hates dogs and then Ike and then
  • 38:58
    I get here's a clip of him and I go to
  • 39:00
    the clip of you a quote from you going
  • 39:02
    hey I don't hate dogs
  • 39:05
    no I don't really hate him something
  • 39:07
    like that yeah nothing to do with what I
  • 39:11
    just said yeah
  • 39:12
    so I say one thing for its extra points
  • 39:15
    if I said if I'm talking about a
  • 39:16
    completely different topic right exactly
  • 39:21
    you know or something I mean it's it's
  • 39:25
    put in there it's put in there to fill
  • 39:27
    up the report and to solidify in your
  • 39:29
    brain the information they're giving you
  • 39:32
    which is marginally correct I consider a
  • 39:36
    dishonest reporting and this is coming
  • 39:39
    from you a reporter a journal yeah I was
  • 39:44
    actually at some level but honest I
  • 39:48
    think it's very dishonest so we have
  • 39:49
    example after example of this and it
  • 39:51
    seems to depress some of our producers
  • 39:52
    but I love it I like it anyway so this
  • 39:56
    is Hallie Jackson who's one of the
  • 39:57
    best at this doing it peace because they
  • 40:00
    had this just the left had to picked up
  • 40:02
    on this trumps Intel advisors all
  • 40:06
    disagree with everything he's ever had
  • 40:07
    to say what what the heck was this I
  • 40:10
    mean they just say listen let's give it
  • 40:12
    one more try boys I don't know what it
  • 40:15
    was because it was out of the blue is
  • 40:17
    one of the many things that he doesn't
  • 40:19
    listen to advice I guess as part of the
  • 40:21
    Trump rotation or he's a headstrong and
  • 40:25
    he's got these great Intel people and he
  • 40:27
    doesn't think course there ought to get
  • 40:28
    him which i think is one good reason not
  • 40:30
    to believe anything they say but which I
  • 40:32
    don't think that helps their cause much
  • 40:34
    so Haley has not what I'm gonna play as
  • 40:37
    a series of clips that are continuous
  • 40:39
    but I'm owning a chopping them up to
  • 40:41
    show the switchbacks okay and so it's
  • 40:45
    gonna be it seems a little herky-jerky
  • 40:46
    but in fact if you put them all back to
  • 40:48
    back to back to back to back all five of
  • 40:49
    these short clips that would be the
  • 40:51
    report and so I'm gonna start it off
  • 40:54
    with clip one and it's gonna end with
  • 40:56
    and each one of these is another example
  • 40:58
    of saying one thing and then
  • 41:00
    exemplifying it with a quote from
  • 41:03
    somebody that doesn't really verify
  • 41:06
    anything you've said here we go to his
  • 41:09
    own intelligence chiefs publicly
  • 41:11
    contradicting the President on his
  • 41:13
    threat assessments of North Korea and
  • 41:15
    Iran the president lashing out president
  • 41:17
    lashing out selling them to go back to
  • 41:19
    school at Hallie Jackson has that
  • 41:22
    fallout the president calling the
  • 41:24
    intelligence officials he hired passive
  • 41:26
    and naive suggesting in a tweet today
  • 41:29
    they go back to school after they
  • 41:31
    publicly contradicted him not just on
  • 41:33
    Iran I went through the United States
  • 41:35
    from the horrible one-sided Iran nuclear
  • 41:39
    deal at the moment technically they're
  • 41:41
    in compliance okay besides the lashing
  • 41:49
    out which is a giveaway codeword yeah
  • 41:53
    he said she brings up the she says that
  • 41:57
    Hallie says that the they contradict him
  • 42:00
    on his Iran pullout you know wants to
  • 42:04
    get killed the deal right and they quote
  • 42:07
    Gina I thinks her name the head of the
  • 42:09
    CIA as saying that you're in compliance
  • 42:11
    with something I don't know where that
  • 42:14
    came from
  • 42:14
    it's like what's so what but on Isis
  • 42:19
    we're sorry I want to play that one clip
  • 42:20
    again uh-huh uh-huh and just roll back
  • 42:24
    that last bit of the clip here we go
  • 42:25
    after they publicly contradicted him not
  • 42:28
    just on Iran I would through the United
  • 42:30
    States from the horrible one-sided Iran
  • 42:33
    nuclear deal at the moment technically
  • 42:36
    they're in compliance okay so what what
  • 42:39
    should have happened here isn't on Iran
  • 42:41
    should have gone straight to Gina
  • 42:43
    Haskell with her quote but instead they
  • 42:46
    insert they inserted Trump yelling his
  • 42:49
    opinion on Iran what the old deal had no
  • 42:59
    idea we don't know it's that hey it's
  • 43:01
    NBC fact true Trump's dumb idiot orange
  • 43:04
    man bad orange man bad onward to two but
  • 43:08
    on Isis we have one against Isis we've
  • 43:11
    beaten them and we've beaten a badly
  • 43:14
    Isis into is intent on resurging intent
  • 43:18
    on researching oh man this is so good of
  • 43:24
    course they are they've done everybody's
  • 43:26
    intent on resurging they've really done
  • 43:29
    I am this is this is a they formatted
  • 43:32
    this so it where's the switch back or
  • 43:34
    the call back or the whipsaw used to be
  • 43:36
    a trip clip of Trump saying something
  • 43:39
    unrelated be somebody making an
  • 43:41
    assertion a source reporter says this
  • 43:43
    then they play that right but now now
  • 43:47
    there's doing two together there's more
  • 43:49
    advance yes this makes it even worse
  • 43:52
    she says this yeah drop then says kind
  • 43:55
    of something along the lines of what she
  • 43:57
    said and then they have a dispatch back
  • 43:59
    quote that has nothing to do with it
  • 44:01
    well we have to call it's like a
  • 44:02
    switchback reach-around because it
  • 44:04
    - next that's what we're calling it from
  • 44:06
    now on SBR oh the Switchback
  • 44:10
    reach-around because that's how i coming
  • 44:14
    up with one thing in there okay so let's
  • 44:15
    go on to number three it might be a
  • 44:16
    better example on Russia we expect
  • 44:22
    Russia will continue to wage its
  • 44:24
    information war against democracies wait
  • 44:27
    a minute well I couldn't hear what the
  • 44:28
    first part was it was just something
  • 44:31
    about Russia's you know as it would they
  • 44:34
    didn't have a good Trump clip that time
  • 44:36
    so they played that muddy clip you heard
  • 44:38
    we play it against Russia
  • 44:39
    I can't hear what is it I don't know
  • 44:44
    just a muddy clip of someone saying
  • 44:46
    something Russia yeah and then they have
  • 44:49
    the other guys saying do we think the
  • 44:51
    Russians are going to continue their
  • 44:53
    attack on democracies using you know
  • 44:56
    yeah we were in the meeting we would
  • 44:58
    have both said okay we like it but not
  • 45:00
    that one you got it you gotta kill your
  • 45:02
    darlings one of these has to go this is
  • 45:04
    not the best switchback reach-around
  • 45:06
    you've done mister name what's her name
  • 45:07
    again
  • 45:08
    Hallie Jackie Hallie it's not so good so
  • 45:11
    we'll drop that one let's go to four and
  • 45:13
    on North Korea North Korea is working
  • 45:15
    out very well the capabilities and
  • 45:17
    threat exists we're still there behind
  • 45:20
    the scenes multiple sources tell NBC
  • 45:21
    News intelligence officials felt
  • 45:23
    frustrated by the president's tweets and
  • 45:25
    debated a response but in the end
  • 45:27
    decided that would be counterproductive
  • 45:29
    so stayed silent Republicans did not
  • 45:32
    it's the best we have and of course we
  • 45:34
    need to rely on them
  • 45:36
    man now this was advanced because whose
  • 45:42
    hold on they start with trauma and on
  • 45:44
    North Korea very well okay just orange
  • 45:50
    man bad believe he said that how can you
  • 45:52
    say this and then behind is that more L
  • 45:58
    it sounds like more L who was that no no
  • 46:00
    I think it's the Navy guy but it was
  • 46:02
    like he says that yes of course they do
  • 46:06
    because the deal none of this has been
  • 46:07
    finalized he's working with North Korea
  • 46:09
    so how is this a cut you know I don't
  • 46:12
    get what they're trying to get at here
  • 46:13
    yeah they all this to me it's
  • 46:18
    unbelievable then they bring out this
  • 46:20
    Republican who really says nothing at
  • 46:23
    all the capabilities and threat are
  • 46:27
    still there
  • 46:28
    behind the scenes multiple sources tell
  • 46:30
    NBC News intelligence officials I like
  • 46:32
    the behind the scenes multiple sources
  • 46:34
    felt frustrated by the president's
  • 46:36
    tweets and debated a response but in the
  • 46:38
    end decided that would be
  • 46:40
    counterproductive so stayed silent
  • 46:42
    Republicans did not it's the best we
  • 46:44
    have and of course we need to rely on
  • 46:46
    them therefore we need a realignment
  • 46:54
    intelligence crowd yeah wanted to do
  • 46:57
    something about Trump's tweets and then
  • 47:00
    they didn't of course you can always you
  • 47:02
    know great reporting you got nothing
  • 47:04
    yeah
  • 47:05
    and then but the Republicans didn't stay
  • 47:08
    silent and they bring some Republican
  • 47:10
    guy out he doesn't really say anything
  • 47:12
    at all and I'd hardly say that's an
  • 47:14
    exemplification of the Republicans
  • 47:16
    shaking their fist so she finally gets
  • 47:18
    to wrap it with what they wanted to do
  • 47:19
    all along which was kind of bring out
  • 47:22
    Adam Schiff and the Democratic head of
  • 47:27
    the House Intelligence Committee warned
  • 47:28
    rhetoric like the president's is
  • 47:30
    downright dangerous unless the president
  • 47:32
    is you've got the best intelligence
  • 47:33
    agencies in the world listen to what
  • 47:36
    they have to say when you ignore them
  • 47:38
    you do that at our country's peril
  • 47:40
    Hallie Jackson NBC News
  • 47:43
    yes we're going to die well she says he
  • 47:48
    says it's downright dangerous he never
  • 47:50
    says it's downright dangerous he kind of
  • 47:52
    hints that it's not a good idea so this
  • 47:56
    is just was just to me poor well it was
  • 47:59
    dishonest to the nth degree and I
  • 48:03
    believe NBC has the most dishonest
  • 48:05
    reporting of all the networks and I
  • 48:07
    think you see that on MSNBC the whole
  • 48:09
    I'm surprised that they haven't gone
  • 48:11
    after Comcast you know it's this is just
  • 48:14
    very dishonest and what I think is
  • 48:18
    happening here is you know obviously the
  • 48:20
    the intelligence community know which is
  • 48:24
    not certainly not all of people who work
  • 48:26
    in intelligence but these pencil pushers
  • 48:29
    at the top they all like they hate Trump
  • 48:31
    they they work for a different group of
  • 48:34
    shadowy bankers and the different other
  • 48:37
    ones and so and they and they sit there
  • 48:41
    and they they try and pull all this
  • 48:43
    apart by having this transparent comp
  • 48:45
    hearing but for the news media it's very
  • 48:49
    boring and they don't really have the
  • 48:50
    time to play anything in context so
  • 48:53
    instead of like what we would do is like
  • 48:54
    play you know like like like it paid two
  • 48:57
    minutes of the the representative mow
  • 49:00
    over there about this law they chop it
  • 49:03
    up into these twenty second sound bites
  • 49:05
    with you know with your with your whip
  • 49:06
    saws switchback reach-around
  • 49:08
    and you just wind up being confused and
  • 49:12
    thinking and they're trying to make it
  • 49:14
    entertaining I guess or just trying to
  • 49:16
    ram home them it's really sound byte
  • 49:18
    reporting to an estranged romatic to try
  • 49:21
    to make dramatic that's waiting by
  • 49:25
    definite I see something is is for the
  • 49:28
    purposes of entertainment exactly and
  • 49:30
    that's why tell story tell us star yes
  • 49:32
    tell the story tell the story tell us
  • 49:34
    story story story hey you're doing
  • 49:37
    Wizard of Oz pretty good
  • 49:38
    that was scarecrow I like that and we
  • 49:44
    have some employee
  • 49:45
    since you brought it up you brought up
  • 49:47
    how I hate dogs which I don't love dogs
  • 49:51
    and curry hates dogs I just don't I just
  • 49:54
    don't like him in the amount that
  • 49:57
    they're in now too many dogs as many
  • 49:59
    dogs you may be the the canary in the
  • 50:02
    coalmine here you know you are warning
  • 50:04
    us about the dog takeover well so here
  • 50:06
    is stuff is happening you know my
  • 50:09
    biggest complaint doesn't live in a
  • 50:10
    smoke-free pet pet friendly building
  • 50:13
    which is fine I'll smoke my weed on the
  • 50:15
    balcony no one's ever really given me
  • 50:16
    any problems but we have you know I said
  • 50:19
    if a couple people have a dog we have
  • 50:21
    75% of all apartments in the building
  • 50:24
    have at least one sometimes more than
  • 50:27
    one dog and we have carpeting in the
  • 50:29
    hallway so everything reeks of urine all
  • 50:32
    the hallways the front door you have to
  • 50:34
    be careful you don't slip if they have
  • 50:35
    to clean it every day it's just it's a
  • 50:38
    it's a nightmare it's just too much
  • 50:39
    there are now apartment buildings in
  • 50:41
    California and in New York upon moving
  • 50:46
    in as a part of your lease agreement you
  • 50:48
    always have to have you know some some
  • 50:51
    or usually after some kind of deposit
  • 50:53
    pet deposit in case your pet I don't
  • 50:55
    know destroys the carpeting
  • 50:58
    they will also require doggy DNA so that
  • 51:03
    if something turns up in the hallway you
  • 51:07
    can as a concerned
  • 51:10
    fellow dweller you can grab a little
  • 51:12
    sample and you can hand it to the rental
  • 51:15
    office and they will within 10 to 14
  • 51:17
    days come back and prosecute the dog
  • 51:20
    that would the owner I guess so that's I
  • 51:24
    think that's great
  • 51:25
    I'm all for it I'd like rapid DNA it
  • 51:28
    should be you know for 20 minutes this
  • 51:30
    is where rapid DNA is important and then
  • 51:33
    a second one dogs are people too this is
  • 51:36
    something that we it's almost there we
  • 51:38
    talked about it just a couple of shows
  • 51:39
    ago since we have so many dogs I think
  • 51:42
    we're at 90 million in the u.s. we have
  • 51:45
    so many dogs
  • 51:46
    let's help combat climate change by
  • 51:50
    feeding them bugs so I we're not quite
  • 51:54
    there yet
  • 51:55
    because you know less beef is less co2
  • 51:57
    less
  • 51:58
    arts and whatever million cow farts so
  • 52:01
    now we have Purina who are big
  • 52:05
    manufacturers or makers of of pet food
  • 52:07
    they are going to come out with dog food
  • 52:12
    created from crickets and fish heads
  • 52:19
    that poop smells fabulous and they are
  • 52:25
    doing it indeed to help to combat a
  • 52:29
    climate change how good is that fish
  • 52:34
    heads is my favorite part
  • 52:36
    even though it's not yeah I don't guess
  • 52:37
    fish don't wouldn't fish do for co2 are
  • 52:40
    they good or bad they don't fart like
  • 52:41
    cows they rot and give off methane yes
  • 52:47
    and then the final trend where do they
  • 52:51
    get you know let's stop for a second
  • 52:53
    consider this a lot of people never one
  • 52:55
    of even it's like numbers you can't even
  • 52:57
    imagine
  • 52:59
    they have a processing facility where
  • 53:01
    they make million a millions probably a
  • 53:05
    pounds of dog food that is packaged in
  • 53:09
    sauna you can imagine the facility and
  • 53:11
    there's a bags going flying by and that
  • 53:13
    thing's been filled and wrapped and then
  • 53:15
    pallet it and sent off on a bonus on a
  • 53:18
    truck and in the process of making the
  • 53:22
    the pellets the kibble they have to
  • 53:26
    bring in probably tons and tons of
  • 53:30
    smelly fish heads
  • 53:32
    oh the process they have to cook them
  • 53:34
    down because it's dry it's a dry food
  • 53:37
    they don't make a wet food right that
  • 53:38
    we're thinking we're talking about so
  • 53:40
    they have to dry that that plant must
  • 53:43
    stink to high heaven and it's probably
  • 53:45
    getting into the area where their plants
  • 53:48
    located if there's a obviously there's
  • 53:50
    no residences around there or wouldn't
  • 53:52
    people would be suing them for odor of
  • 53:55
    problems odor abatement issues this is
  • 53:59
    just disgusting and then the bugs they
  • 54:01
    gotta bring in a bunch of bugs like it's
  • 54:03
    crickets every and crickets and fish
  • 54:06
    heads it looks like that it's got
  • 54:08
    to be disgusting yeah I want to hear
  • 54:12
    somebody must know somebody that works
  • 54:14
    at a Purina facility now that's a good
  • 54:16
    point
  • 54:17
    yeah we got to get some inside scoop on
  • 54:20
    this it doesn't the doesn't the Mars
  • 54:23
    company-owned Purina I don't know
  • 54:27
    anymore
  • 54:27
    they switched in so many times I can't
  • 54:29
    tell that's always like was a suspicious
  • 54:31
    of a candy bar manufacturer that makes
  • 54:33
    pet food and they're really quite like
  • 54:34
    that well I don't think I know a blown
  • 54:37
    jack-in-the-box for a while or there was
  • 54:39
    some connection there too and the final
  • 54:41
    trend in today's dog ownership and I
  • 54:43
    think we've reached peak dog ownership
  • 54:45
    with this is glittering your male dogs
  • 54:49
    testicles what yeah I got to send you
  • 54:53
    this link on the skype man it's because
  • 54:55
    there's so much yeah when you look at
  • 54:58
    the dog leash doing this and why it's so
  • 55:01
    cute yeah you can you can see the
  • 55:05
    picture just popped up on your skype
  • 55:06
    with the blue glitter and the gold
  • 55:08
    glitter oh this is gross
  • 55:12
    it's creepy yeah yes dogs are great it's
  • 55:18
    the people that are the problem putting
  • 55:21
    glitter on your dog's testicle is a
  • 55:24
    trend now yep
  • 55:36
    oh man couple of things going on so one
  • 55:43
    of the things that happen is after the
  • 55:45
    last show was I think it was after last
  • 55:47
    shows Kamala Harris Camilla Harris
  • 55:49
    Kamala or Supra now she pronounces it
  • 55:54
    camel
  • 55:55
    okay well camel alike Pamela yes that's
  • 55:58
    why she's doing that okay it used to be
  • 56:00
    common law yeah okay well she did now
  • 56:05
    says she's gonna be running for
  • 56:06
    president and then she went on the the
  • 56:08
    one of those great CN n scripted town
  • 56:11
    halls yeah where everyone everyone has
  • 56:13
    their question ready yeah ask her about
  • 56:16
    her affair with Willie Brown by the way
  • 56:18
    when you look at her you see the
  • 56:20
    pantsuit you see that when she claps her
  • 56:22
    arms are fully extended palms flat very
  • 56:25
    good you know like she's like she's
  • 56:28
    clapping for a seal or something yeah
  • 56:30
    hilary 2.0 ya know she's got all the
  • 56:34
    earmarks of hillary some copying
  • 56:35
    complete hillary 2.0 it's Rob with
  • 56:39
    Hillary who I've never considered to be
  • 56:41
    a very good speaker because she speaks
  • 56:45
    every word yeah as a single word and
  • 56:53
    this camel a woman doesn't quite now
  • 56:55
    look she doesn't even got that much
  • 56:57
    skill allowed me to say something
  • 56:59
    I think she's got a lot going forward
  • 57:03
    not for my obviously my personal
  • 57:04
    perspective but she's she's good-looking
  • 57:07
    she she does have a good rap she's got
  • 57:11
    these he's got that all the arrogance
  • 57:13
    she needs she really has a great air of
  • 57:15
    arrogance superiority about the District
  • 57:18
    Attorney arrogance yes oh yeah because
  • 57:20
    she has a badge you know she can throw
  • 57:22
    people in jail she's very powerful as a
  • 57:25
    district attorney yeah yeah hey you got
  • 57:28
    a badge man I'd be walking around a
  • 57:31
    little more cocky nobody got a badge
  • 57:33
    baby got a badge so she's she says a lot
  • 57:37
    of crazy stuff but
  • 57:39
    I was listening to her speech the
  • 57:43
    Oakland speech and she does stuff like
  • 57:44
    this is her gonna be her downfall
  • 57:46
    I think okay she's well besides I think
  • 57:49
    she's she's a um she used sex to get to
  • 57:54
    the top it went for more than on fault
  • 57:58
    yeah with Willie Brown now Willie Brown
  • 58:00
    was Willie Brown runs California really
  • 58:04
    he runs California pretty much who the
  • 58:07
    hell is he he used to be the Speaker of
  • 58:10
    the House this is the state assembly it
  • 58:13
    was a top guy and then he became mayor
  • 58:15
    of San Francisco and he brought her up
  • 58:20
    groomed her by giving her a bunch of
  • 58:22
    jobs when they were kind of dating even
  • 58:24
    though he's married and when she was he
  • 58:26
    was 60 something analyst and she was 30
  • 58:30
    and then she got a bunch of it so you
  • 58:32
    immediately accused her of sleeping her
  • 58:34
    way to the top way to mansplain Dvorak
  • 58:36
    yeah okay I do all right
  • 58:41
    and the brown Kate was mayor and then
  • 58:44
    the mayor after him was I believe Gavin
  • 58:48
    Newsom and anyway the whole thing the
  • 58:52
    whole problem is really Willie Browns
  • 58:54
    got a lot to do with it but he's a very
  • 58:56
    powerful character he knows all the he
  • 58:58
    knows where all the bodies are buried he
  • 58:59
    knows everything about California and
  • 59:01
    he's I've talked to him a couple of
  • 59:02
    times he's around and about you see him
  • 59:04
    and he'll chat with this have you
  • 59:07
    chatted with him yeah I've chat with him
  • 59:09
    a couple of times I've just run into him
  • 59:10
    oh well you see good restaurant once in
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    a while there he is and you could just
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    you know you see Drumright chat with him
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    yes yeah you go over they say hey Willie
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    how was that piece of ass huh yeah well
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    you don't do that oh okay now so this
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    buddy I think the bigger problem is I
  • 59:29
    think she's a dingbat and and this
  • 59:33
    dingbat comes through with this
  • 59:35
    particular she's she's giving a speech
  • 59:38
    and this is an excerpt from the speech
  • 59:39
    where she asks a question and then
  • 59:41
    answers it and I am going to play it in
  • 59:44
    two parts I got the her asking the
  • 59:46
    question through fifteen seconds and
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    then her answering it and then you tell
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    me you explain to me what the
  • 59:53
    answer really means first I would like
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    to say the official definition of
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    dingbat is stupid or eccentric person so
  • 1:00:02
    I think I think you're right on both
  • 1:00:04
    counts because we must answer a
  • 1:00:10
    fundamental question all right who are
  • 1:00:13
    we who are we as Americans so let's
  • 1:00:19
    answer that question who are we who are
  • 1:00:23
    we as Americans ok that is has kind of a
  • 1:00:30
    an essay question isn't it's not more
  • 1:00:33
    kind of an offbeat way I'd say but who
  • 1:00:36
    or just remember the question is who are
  • 1:00:39
    we as Americans what ok let's answer
  • 1:00:44
    that question to the world and each
  • 1:00:48
    other right here and right now America
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    we are better than this you know you
  • 1:01:01
    know I've heard this speech I didn't
  • 1:01:03
    never really deconstruct it like that
  • 1:01:05
    who are we well we're better than this
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    yeah we love that hmm yeah whatever it
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    is we're better than this who are we
  • 1:01:22
    we're better than this that's who we are
  • 1:01:23
    we it's wait wait a minute
  • 1:01:26
    you left something out lady that's funny
  • 1:01:33
    so then she did the CNN Town Hall and
  • 1:01:37
    she had where she was taking questions
  • 1:01:42
    these things well we know they're
  • 1:01:43
    scripted because Matt Lauer the start of
  • 1:01:45
    the downfall of Matt Lauer's when he
  • 1:01:47
    deviated from the questions with Hillary
  • 1:01:49
    yes you'll recall and she got quite
  • 1:01:52
    angry this you know there's no proof of
  • 1:01:54
    what was said backstage but then Matt
  • 1:01:57
    Lauer is now now between you 67 and you
  • 1:02:00
    69 somewhere on the on the UHF
  • 1:02:03
    television band it's there so they
  • 1:02:06
    bring it so she doesn't stir pot whoo
  • 1:02:10
    that's quite a drop he's not even that
  • 1:02:14
    so they bring in these people who are
  • 1:02:17
    given questions and you know they just
  • 1:02:19
    know this read the question and this I
  • 1:02:22
    thought was very well done it was
  • 1:02:24
    another you know get the crowd all riled
  • 1:02:25
    up and excited and hooting and hollering
  • 1:02:27
    question senator many Democrats that
  • 1:02:29
    I've spoken with agree that the primary
  • 1:02:31
    objective for 2020 is to nominate the
  • 1:02:34
    candidate that has the best shot of
  • 1:02:36
    defeating Donald Trump some have also
  • 1:02:38
    said that given what occurred in 2016
  • 1:02:42
    and the current political climate that a
  • 1:02:45
    male nominee will have a better chance
  • 1:02:47
    this time around than a female nominee
  • 1:02:49
    would you please respond to this so that
  • 1:02:52
    this man has a response ready the next
  • 1:02:54
    time a man tries to mansplain why
  • 1:03:10
    Fant that is you could not virtue signal
  • 1:03:13
    any better than that guy just did he's
  • 1:03:15
    easy he got sex from somebody
  • 1:03:18
    yeah probably another guy well maybe
  • 1:03:20
    it's irrelevant what I mean that was
  • 1:03:23
    just hey I suck tell me how I make sure
  • 1:03:27
    no one like me ever becomes president
  • 1:03:29
    whatever yeah yeah and then president
  • 1:03:32
    get the white thing in there now we
  • 1:03:34
    followed Sandy Hook at the Newtown
  • 1:03:37
    tragedy very closely and we feel that
  • 1:03:40
    there was quite a lack of evidence I
  • 1:03:42
    don't I don't want to get into it too
  • 1:03:44
    deep because it's just such a hot button
  • 1:03:45
    but we've discussed that ad nauseam the
  • 1:03:48
    in most interesting thing about the
  • 1:03:50
    Sandy Hook was the if you recall Wayne
  • 1:03:52
    Carver he was the the medical oh it's is
  • 1:03:57
    what's the proper term examiner yeah he
  • 1:04:01
    was a chief medical examiner and you
  • 1:04:03
    remember that press conference he did
  • 1:04:05
    where he would had know everything was
  • 1:04:06
    contradictory had all the wrong answers
  • 1:04:08
    was talking about wrong weapons hadn't
  • 1:04:11
    really looked at anybody hadn't done
  • 1:04:12
    autopsies on all of the all of the
  • 1:04:14
    victims he was really really odd and one
  • 1:04:19
    thing we know for sure well here's what
  • 1:04:20
    the Kamala Harris says about gun laws
  • 1:04:24
    and what she thinks should be done in
  • 1:04:26
    relation to the Sandy Hook twenty six
  • 1:04:29
    and seven-year-old babies were massacred
  • 1:04:31
    in Connecticut they fail to act here's
  • 1:04:36
    what I think I think that somebody
  • 1:04:39
    should have required and this is gonna
  • 1:04:41
    sound very harsh I think somebody should
  • 1:04:45
    have required all those members of
  • 1:04:47
    Congress to go in a room in a locked
  • 1:04:49
    room no pres knowing nobody else and
  • 1:04:51
    look at the autopsy photographs of those
  • 1:04:53
    babies and then you vote your conscience
  • 1:04:56
    this has become a political issue
  • 1:05:01
    I'm all for that I'm really for that
  • 1:05:07
    because as far as I know there are no
  • 1:05:09
    photographs there are no o2 autopsy
  • 1:05:11
    photographs I would love for some
  • 1:05:13
    representatives to go in to ask if I
  • 1:05:15
    presume see these pictures and then tell
  • 1:05:19
    us what they saw that was one of the
  • 1:05:22
    biggest problems with this thing is
  • 1:05:23
    there's no photographic evidence of
  • 1:05:25
    anything and then they lower they
  • 1:05:29
    flatten the building oh well hey that's
  • 1:05:32
    what we do that's what we do with all
  • 1:05:35
    big tragedies like 9/11 the rubble was
  • 1:05:40
    gone so quick so in this camel a ludic
  • 1:05:43
    Camelot come a la cama cama cama like
  • 1:05:46
    pamela camel camel was the Ben Shapiro
  • 1:05:52
    who was going on and on about we have
  • 1:05:55
    mixed feelings about him on this show he
  • 1:05:58
    was going on and on about the Willie
  • 1:05:59
    Brown situation and thinking it should
  • 1:06:01
    be answered and I just say I am becoming
  • 1:06:06
    so disinterested and I really don't feel
  • 1:06:09
    like we can survive two years of this
  • 1:06:13
    bull American people they kind of turned
  • 1:06:16
    TVs off yeah I think it's way too much
  • 1:06:19
    way too early and Ben Shapiro should
  • 1:06:21
    know better okay
  • 1:06:22
    well Ben Shapiro is going on and on and
  • 1:06:24
    I was and there's some basic reason I
  • 1:06:28
    don't like Ben Shapiro because he's an
  • 1:06:30
    outrage whore that's what that just it
  • 1:06:32
    just hit me he's an outrage sure he may
  • 1:06:33
    he may be right but he's always on the
  • 1:06:36
    outrage tip he's not he's a little bit
  • 1:06:38
    like that I agree well I'm not gonna
  • 1:06:39
    argue about that but this is the thing
  • 1:06:41
    that I think is his problem he has a
  • 1:06:43
    problem and a lot of right-wingers have
  • 1:06:47
    the exact same problem and I only
  • 1:06:48
    discovered it by deconstructing this
  • 1:06:50
    stuff that he just did about her when
  • 1:06:53
    he's going on and on about Willie Brown
  • 1:06:54
    is that and he's not the only one who
  • 1:06:57
    does this and we kind of do it but we
  • 1:06:59
    don't do it like these other guys do it
  • 1:07:02
    right he uses sarcasm to it XS oh yes to
  • 1:07:09
    it yes you're right this is a trend I
  • 1:07:11
    agree and it's not well
  • 1:07:13
    done that's the dollar it's in fact it's
  • 1:07:15
    just very poorly done in and if I'll
  • 1:07:18
    take it one step further and say that it
  • 1:07:20
    actually produces reverse messaging you
  • 1:07:24
    know before you play your your your clip
  • 1:07:27
    I want where is it here's the here's
  • 1:07:31
    that I so cuz you're right because that
  • 1:07:34
    whole baby Hitler thing that was also
  • 1:07:35
    kind of trying to be sarcastic but
  • 1:07:38
    here's how it came out would you kill
  • 1:07:40
    baby Hitler and the truth is that no
  • 1:07:41
    pro-life person on earth would kill baby
  • 1:07:43
    Hitler right because baby Hitler wasn't
  • 1:07:44
    Hitler adults Hitler was Hitler baby
  • 1:07:45
    Hitler was a baby right would you
  • 1:07:46
    presumably want to do with baby Hitler
  • 1:07:48
    was take baby Hitler out of baby
  • 1:07:49
    Hitler's house and move baby Hitler into
  • 1:07:51
    a better house where he would not grow
  • 1:07:52
    up to be Hitler
  • 1:07:54
    yeah that's one of the great Clips I
  • 1:07:58
    have by the way it's a great cookie yeah
  • 1:08:00
    well this is a little more extreme than
  • 1:08:02
    that this is and this is what he does
  • 1:08:05
    all the time and a lot of guys do this
  • 1:08:07
    all the time and when you just hear it
  • 1:08:09
    straight up like I'm gonna play it I'm
  • 1:08:11
    taking all the context away look how big
  • 1:08:15
    is this clip 24 SEC's
  • 1:08:16
    okay 24 seconds is a long clip and even
  • 1:08:21
    without context you just take the long
  • 1:08:23
    clip you start to see what the problem
  • 1:08:25
    is when you use sarcasm constantly to
  • 1:08:28
    make your points and the thing and what
  • 1:08:31
    it is what you let me conclude what it
  • 1:08:35
    is that happens is that you don't make
  • 1:08:38
    the point you assert something that
  • 1:08:40
    should not be asserted and in fact you
  • 1:08:43
    state something as fact if you don't
  • 1:08:45
    hear the sarcasm it sounds like what
  • 1:08:47
    does this guy's nuts but let's play this
  • 1:08:49
    and I'll explain later as you should
  • 1:08:50
    have to answer questions about that and
  • 1:08:52
    she shouldn't be able to shy away with
  • 1:08:54
    with answer like oh yeah I fell deeply
  • 1:08:56
    in love with Willie Brown when he was 60
  • 1:08:57
    and I was 30 yeah yeah that's that's a
  • 1:08:59
    thing that happens all the time I know
  • 1:09:02
    lots of six-year-old men you know how
  • 1:09:03
    many of them who are you know kind of
  • 1:09:05
    middle-class slobs who aren't powerful
  • 1:09:07
    men in politics are getting 30 year old
  • 1:09:10
    up-and-coming law student girlfriends
  • 1:09:12
    tons of them tons just it happens all
  • 1:09:14
    the time yeah yeah explain it yes I
  • 1:09:17
    totally understand what you're saying
  • 1:09:20
    what he said is a lie yeah but he went
  • 1:09:25
    what he was trying to do is be sarcastic
  • 1:09:26
    about the notion that she was her and
  • 1:09:31
    will he makes some sort of sense but he
  • 1:09:33
    didn't do that he bit would just decide
  • 1:09:35
    to become sarcastic and make that crazy
  • 1:09:38
    commentary and he ended it there he
  • 1:09:41
    didn't say it he be after it was over he
  • 1:09:43
    didn't say and I'm kidding of course
  • 1:09:44
    because there's never had
  • 1:09:46
    right-right-right doesn't do that
  • 1:09:48
    assumes that you get the joke of his
  • 1:09:51
    sarcasm which is very poorly executed
  • 1:09:54
    the guy is not a comic this you have hit
  • 1:09:56
    on something
  • 1:09:58
    it's important to me I know if is
  • 1:10:00
    important anybody else but yes this is
  • 1:10:02
    the problem I have with Laura Ingram
  • 1:10:05
    with Sean Hannity with Omaha the
  • 1:10:09
    horrible host who's on one America News
  • 1:10:12
    kind of the the cheap Tommy larren
  • 1:10:15
    knockoff tommy Lehren another perfect
  • 1:10:18
    example the sarcasm is so poorly
  • 1:10:22
    executed and not necessary and and it's
  • 1:10:25
    almost it's condescending like everybody
  • 1:10:29
    knows this you know that don't you know
  • 1:10:30
    this you listening to me you know that
  • 1:10:33
    that's kind of the feeling I get from it
  • 1:10:35
    and I think you're right everything you
  • 1:10:38
    just said it's condescending it assumes
  • 1:10:41
    that you are on on the same wavelength
  • 1:10:44
    yeah it's never explained and it's and
  • 1:10:47
    most of all it is unnecessary Danice
  • 1:10:52
    sarcasm is really a technique used for
  • 1:10:55
    humor it's it's very weak as it's it's
  • 1:10:59
    bad broadcasting yes it's very bad
  • 1:11:03
    bright broadcast even Limbaugh I don't
  • 1:11:05
    believe does it no no it's the guys and
  • 1:11:10
    gals I don't listen to you know because
  • 1:11:12
    that's and now I you're right that's why
  • 1:11:14
    to now like you don't don't like if it's
  • 1:11:17
    like if we disagree if there's a
  • 1:11:19
    question will actually stop talk about
  • 1:11:21
    who is this what do you mean what you
  • 1:11:22
    know if you just do well oh and by the
  • 1:11:25
    way it's not just this one you know you
  • 1:11:27
    had the other groups like pod save
  • 1:11:29
    America they do this all the time and
  • 1:11:32
    and I think hey you know what what if we
  • 1:11:34
    just everyone stopped the sarcasm with
  • 1:11:37
    the sarcasm is sarcasm it's also
  • 1:11:41
    something that is on Twitter this is you
  • 1:11:43
    know this is so important what you've
  • 1:11:45
    hit on here everybody thinks they're a
  • 1:11:47
    comedian and the way people who are not
  • 1:11:49
    funny exude their comedic stylings is
  • 1:11:53
    through sarcasm so sometimes it's kind
  • 1:11:56
    of funny
  • 1:11:56
    so a tweet that says well a reply to
  • 1:11:59
    something well this didn't age well it
  • 1:12:02
    was funny the first 8,000 times someone
  • 1:12:04
    used it but in general
  • 1:12:09
    because at the time is you know you have
  • 1:12:11
    limited character space or whatever
  • 1:12:13
    people can't write anymore they always
  • 1:12:15
    throw in sarcasm and it's not funny
  • 1:12:19
    it's not helpful it is something that
  • 1:12:21
    people if you find yourself a great hit
  • 1:12:24
    this is what I would assert if you find
  • 1:12:26
    yourself agreeing with sarcasm like this
  • 1:12:29
    a lot
  • 1:12:29
    you should check yourself then you
  • 1:12:33
    should say oh wait a minute
  • 1:12:34
    I'm just cuz yo yo its negative you're
  • 1:12:36
    being pulled into sarcastic crap it's I
  • 1:12:41
    think it's like a warning sign if you're
  • 1:12:43
    if you find yourself like listening or
  • 1:12:47
    watching a lot of sarcastic opinions
  • 1:12:50
    yeah and all the right-wing guys and I
  • 1:12:53
    think a lot of the lefties at that level
  • 1:12:56
    that you mentioned the Hannity's and
  • 1:12:58
    this guy this guy's the king of it
  • 1:13:00
    because he uses it I'd say half of his
  • 1:13:03
    show is just sarcasm yeah you know it
  • 1:13:06
    also shuts out any other thinking
  • 1:13:07
    because you know if you have a different
  • 1:13:09
    opinion and he said yeah this is just we
  • 1:13:12
    all know that that doesn't have you yeah
  • 1:13:13
    sure normal guys get you know thirty
  • 1:13:15
    year younger dick you know it's like
  • 1:13:17
    well maybe have a different opinion but
  • 1:13:19
    then I Walt shoot you know I guess
  • 1:13:21
    everyone knows it because he's even
  • 1:13:23
    sarcastic about it I must be an idiot
  • 1:13:26
    yeah there's that that's an element yeah
  • 1:13:30
    I'm wondering i play this i would like
  • 1:13:33
    to play that clip again by the way
  • 1:13:34
    people get a clue let's do that and then
  • 1:13:37
    i we have a comment okay you should have
  • 1:13:39
    to answer questions about that and she
  • 1:13:41
    shouldn't be able to shy away with with
  • 1:13:42
    answer like oh yeah I fell deeply in
  • 1:13:44
    love with Willie Brown when he was 60
  • 1:13:45
    and I was 30 yeah yeah that's that's a
  • 1:13:48
    thing that happens all the time I know
  • 1:13:50
    lots of six-year-old men you know how
  • 1:13:51
    many of them who are you know kind of
  • 1:13:53
    middle class slobs who aren't powerful
  • 1:13:55
    men in politics are getting 30 year old
  • 1:13:58
    up-and-coming law student girlfriends
  • 1:14:00
    tons of them tons just it happens all
  • 1:14:02
    the time
  • 1:14:02
    yes sarcasm is not even good
  • 1:14:06
    is that do we do we employ a lot of
  • 1:14:09
    sarcasm on the show I don't think so I
  • 1:14:11
    think we try to avoid it I think usually
  • 1:14:12
    if no I think we do I think we avoid it
  • 1:14:16
    and and probably timers if I try it you
  • 1:14:19
    get worked yeah I think I was just about
  • 1:14:22
    to say if I do it you get worked so I
  • 1:14:24
    guess we keep each other in check
  • 1:14:25
    hey thanks friend don't make me look
  • 1:14:30
    like a douche and the other thing is if
  • 1:14: