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1112: El Valvador

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 41m
February 14th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Sir Rogue-Viscount of the Palouse and Silver Mountain, Whitey the Coder, Gregory Pierce, Mister E, Anonymous, Sir Joe of Delaware

Associate Executive Producers: Anonymous, Marc Lynn Alcocher, Sir Tim of the Tunnels, Katie Naeyaert , Duke Thomas Nussbaum, Erik Bird, Sir Tony of South Jersey, Sir Steve

Cover Art by Darren O'Neill

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Chapters

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Start of Show
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1:36
Valentine's Day
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2:56
Newsletter Issues
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7:32
US Representative Ilhan Omar Under Fire for Suggesting Israeli Money Influences US Congress
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16:36
Ilhan Omar Confronts Elliott Abrams Over Human Rights in Latin America
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24:44
Hasan Piker Suggests Banning Billionaires
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27:21
Mitch McConnell Announces Senate Roll Call Vote for The Green New Deal
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29:01
JCD's Presidential Candidates Cheatsheet
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29:57
DNC to Reward Grassroots Supported Candidates with Debate Invitation
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31:00
Amy Klobuchar Questioned on The Green New Deal on The Special Report with Bret Baier
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33:59
Tense Debate Between Don Lemon and April Ryan over Kamala Harris' Heritage
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40:14
Kamala Harris Lies About Listening to Tupac and Snoop Dogg During College
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47:00
Victoria Nuland Steps Down as CEO of Center for a New American Security After One Year
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50:25
AC Celebrated Valentine's Day with Hedwig and the Angry Inch Play
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52:19
Producer Note: Boots on the Ground at Boston University
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56:28
Sam Harris Attempts to Explain the Value-for-Value Model
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1:05:06
Credits
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1:31:28
AC Receives Bitcoin Through Ham Radio
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1:34:15
California High-Speed Rail Recap
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1:39:44
California Governer Gavin Newsom Announces High-Speed Rail Would Cost Too Much and Take Too Long
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1:45:21
Feminist Julia Beck Kicked Off Baltimore LGBT Committee for Seperating Sex Preferences from Gender Identity
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1:50:08
Maduro Says the White House is Ruled by the KKK
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1:54:14
Mike Pompeo Claims Active Cells of Hezbollah in Venezuela Are Cause for US Action
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2:01:39
Donations
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2:09:12
Birthdays, Meetups & Title Changes
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2:12:55
Philadelphia Lawmakers Introduces Bill Fining Businesses Not Accepting Cash
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2:16:40
Producer Note: Millenial OTG Tips & Tricks Request
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2:19:54
Gizmodo: I Cut the 'Big Five' Tech Giants From My Life. It Was Hell
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2:25:09
Industrial Temperature Control Systems Affected With Security Flaw
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2:26:07
New New York's Taxi and Limousine Commission Regulations Force Rideshares to Provide Location Data Every 60 Seconds
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2:28:38
El Chapo Found Guilty of Drug Trafficking by New York Court
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2:31:41
Department of Defense's JEDI Contract
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2:33:15
Former US Air Force Officer Charged With Spying for Iran
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2:36:21
End of Show
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    oh my god Adam curry
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    John C. Dvorak Thursday February 14 2019
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    this is your award-winning keep on
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    Nation Media assassination episode 11
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    prowl
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    this is no agenda celebrating love
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    broadcasting live from the drone so in
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    the morning everybody
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    hi Adam Curry and from northern
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    Silicon Valley where the tracks are
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    flooded the trains are moving slow
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    Commerce is coming to a halt in Johnson
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    [Music]
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    tracks flood I just got a what is it a
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    EA T alert that San San Jose is going to
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    flood oh good
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    oh it's not good today's a big it's a
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    city it's a did too much how's it gonna
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    flood I don't know I just saw the
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    emergency should be a foot of water into
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    some of the streets and that's all oh my
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    god it's flooded what we're gonna do it
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    seemed like a mandatory evacuation
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    I should look it up it was it was I
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    subscribed to all the alert systems
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    theyyam RSS feeds it's kind of cool so I
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    expect when there's ever chemistry which
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    will probably be a couple minutes late
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    it'll be going through like in about 1
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    mile an hour that because the Capitol
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    Corridor went by just before the show
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    I'm telling you it was barely moving
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    just creeping along yeah ok happy
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    Valentine's Day
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    Valentine that no that that's how kids
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    universally say it in the States when
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    you grow up you first you say
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    Valentine's Day
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    yeah I think so Evelyn's time silent
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    time which is really I've looked into
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    the origins of Valentine's Day st.
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    Valentine's Day it's kind of gory it
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    goes back to the 1600s like guy got his
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    holiday no it's not it was until Cadbury
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    and Hershey's came along and they said
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    hey but yeah I was about sending a note
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    to your loved one ultimately a thousand
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    years ago something crazy like that but
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    today we were supposed to be a secret
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    lover uh it could be could be now what
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    was Dame Dame Astor had a note she sent
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    it Dame acid lives in Tokyo she sent a
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    note about Valentine's Day in Japan it
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    was about three years ago she sent that
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    note ah what was the river we haven't
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    heard from her since in Japan the whole
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    Valentine's Days only women two men and
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    so they buy chocolates for men price to
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    give cards to men and the men go well
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    whatever well whatever
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    yeah wink-wink nudge-nudge whatever baby
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    yeah thank you for the card thank you
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    yes it was I saw that you had a lot of
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    issues with the with the newsletter
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    getting it out to people it wasn't so
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    much you know this is I think happens
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    every every so often and I have did what
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    I put in a little secondary note was hey
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    if you didn't get the newsletter at all
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    and you're looking all your boxes spam
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    box you look in the promotion's box
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    updates box I don't know where they have
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    all these boxes and the inbox if it's
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    not in any of them let me know now of
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    course every a lot of people just let me
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    know anyway I know it came in fine what
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    are you bitching about which is not
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    helpful but I'd say at least 20 people
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    sent notes in saying they did there's no
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    it's not anywhere
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    which makes me either think that
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    Google's throwing away mail cuz I like
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    Gmail accounts with the exception of one
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    guy uh-huh just throwing away email
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    which is possible kind of like the post
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    office
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    you know the bad mail man I ain't know
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    what's going on I can tell you exactly
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    what's happening dude well I'm all ears
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    and it was in the show notes
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    think last show or the show before we
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    just didn't get to it sometimes just not
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    enough time Google has implemented their
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    machine learning platform tensor salute
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    tensor from tensor slow tensor flow into
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    Gmail headline on the verge Gmail is now
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    blocking 100 million extra spam messages
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    every day with AI now this is something
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    I have been asking for I said you want
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    to show me artificial intelligence fix
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    my email and I'm not talking just about
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    spam but put things in the right box and
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    remember who I care about and that kind
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    of stuff it should be possible with
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    tensor flow it should be possible with
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    Google and all the information they have
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    well it's not and there's tons of stuff
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    winding up in the spam box apparently
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    PayPal security emails you know when you
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    log in from a different computer or from
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    some IP address that is not recognized
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    it'll ask you to go through a
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    verification process that email that
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    sends you the note saying hey something
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    logged in here that you may or may not
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    be aware of that now goes to spam
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    because of tensorflow tensorflow
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    it's Matt but John don't you see the
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    fallacy of this nobody I want you to go
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    to the fallacy after I say this spam is
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    one thing blocking the email and never
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    putting it in the spam box is another
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    and it wouldn't surprise me if that's
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    another feature yeah well there's also
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    now an issue Gmail does rank your email
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    by all kinds of different things that
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    happen under the hood so if you like
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    fringe might my email server does not
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    have a it doesn't do SSL it's a TSO or
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    SSL one of those two when communicating
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    with other SMTP servers which is bad I
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    need to fix it the why I mean I don't
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    want to but thanks to encrypt anywhere
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    but yeah it makes kind of sense that
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    that that should be encrypted properly
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    but I encrypt my individual emails but a
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    Gmail could just refuse it I've you sent
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    an email to me that somehow went to Adam
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    our curry at gmail.com which does exist
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    but I never used and it looked at your
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    email server and said yeah then because
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    I could see the headers said now if this
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    doesn't make sense not secure we're not
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    gonna pass it on that's different than
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    what I'm bitching about I'm not getting
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    these you know you got it that was a
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    bounce notice it was not a bounce but
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    okay notice I got informed I got you
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    that this email didn't go through I
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    don't see that happening with us unless
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    MailChimp is getting all these messages
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    and it's not finding out about it that's
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    one because all these names over the
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    MailChimp and say hey okay going on here
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    are we getting bounced those are why
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    aren't these people getting the mail for
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    that you're sending got it I mean I well
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    there are plenty of people that oh yeah
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    never I've never had a problem as always
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    my inbox I've never had a problem always
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    in my inbox - all two copies has to
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    subscribe twice yeah anyway maybe Pete
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    other people will care then that gmail
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    is now using their artificial
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    intelligence to filter your email tell
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    me how your results are I'm very curious
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    well I from what I can tell they're
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    gonna stink well let's see we had a
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    couple of things happened this past week
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    here in the United States politics which
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    is always good for a chuckle
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    we had the attention drawn away from AOC
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    to fellow new or freshman congressman
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    fresh congressman Elon Omar who touched
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    the third rail of United States politics
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    what a mistake - what a mistake this is
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    big mistake which he made here oh she
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    got chewed out by everybody and and this
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    and we need to stop and talk about this
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    so what she said in multiple tweets was
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    there's Jewish money in u.s. politics
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    I'm paraphrasing to a huge degree and
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    Jewish money is Israeli money I'm
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    paraphrasing what she said what would
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    you say that's fair that's kind of what
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    she was tweeting
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    I don't know that it's fair but it's
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    kind of what she was tweeting which I
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    but the thing was what was the point of
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    her tweeting any of this we know what's
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    going on I mean is she revealing new I
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    mean this is like a oh she does the same
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    thing she's she asks stupid questions
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    and as if it's a revelation well what
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    was interesting in to some degree ironic
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    is that everybody left and right
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    Democrat Republican all up in arms all
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    anti-semitic the president who hates
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    Jews he's Hitler in case you forgot he
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    is he's literally Hitler who hates the
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    Jews but he was even Simon Keaton you
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    will go really far if you get Hitler to
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    say Oh to defend the Jews but yes now
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    you're doing it Ben Shapiro I know so
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    neither you or I are qualified to speak
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    about this we're not allowed to talk
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    about anything that's going on in u.s.
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    politics as it involves Israel or Jews I
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    know it you I know I plenty in fact I'm
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    going to play a Jew I'm going to play
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    Steve the Jew Steve the Jew yes to show
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    to a new level I haven't told him yet
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    that's what I call him but I'm sure
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    he'll be calling me this is a Steve
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    patch Enic also known as Steve the Jew
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    hi my name is dr. Pat genic today I want
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    to address the fact that representative
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    long home on the lovely lady from
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    Minnesota who's Muslim a force was
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    forced to apologize to all the Jews in
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    America for the statement that she meant
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    was which was absolutely correct and
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    this the following statement that Jewish
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    money is behind a pact which means the
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    associate I American Israel Public
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    Affairs Committee which is the biggest
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    lobbyist group in Congress and she was
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    correct there is a huge amount of Jewish
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    money behind it and I don't find that
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    anti-semitic for those of you who don't
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    know me I am Jewish I came out of
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    diaspora I basically am related to
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    Rambam and
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    involved with my family is enough whose
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    Rambam wrong serial a dorama madman that
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    whatever our friends in the chatroom
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    must know who Rambam is how if not I'm
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    sure one of our one of our Israeli
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    Knights will know Rambam egg in and
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    Jabotinsky so let me get to the major
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    point this representative has the
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    absolute right to say whatever she feels
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    about the Jews whether includes me or
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    not as an American I find it offensive
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    that she was accused of being
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    anti-semitic as a matter of fact AIPAC
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    is this dangerous lobbying group as brad
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    sherman congressman brad Sherman of
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    California a very smart rational liberal
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    Democrat said the most powerful powerful
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    group in Congress bar none is a peck
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    you're either with a pact or against a
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    peck in fact we choose represent less
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    than 3% in the United States yet we
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    influence over 67% of all the people all
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    the congressmen all the senators all the
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    presidents all of whom have to abide by
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    Apax dictates now AIPAC says oh we don't
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    donate to anybody that's correct like a
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    Jewish mob run by Maya Lansky along
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    these women they're very shrewd what do
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    they do they have a pack and what they
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    do is to create all kinds of boondoggles
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    where they allowed Hillary Clinton Bill
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    Clinton the Bush's Obama's to all go on
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    free trips all around the world also to
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    Israel several times to make sure that
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    they are pro-israel if you are not
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    pro-israel you are then against a pack
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    and a pack will take you down Steve the
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    Jew everybody sounds about right
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    yeah all right Robbie that that's what
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    all these pressure groups do rabbi ma
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    che Ben diamond is Rambam okay
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    he was one of the towering figures in
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    the history of the Jewish people
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    no okay there you go Rambam tall guy
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    then Oh Black Betty
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    Ranma BAM anyway I thought that was very
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    interesting that she just went in and
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    just hit that one and especially shows
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    me how naive she is oh you know I don't
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    I don't think she's naive
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    I think she's scripted I think she's
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    scripted John just like aoc oh this is
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    this is he's the Justice Democrats guys
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    this is she joined later maybe maybe
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    they're all that maybe the Justice
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    Democrats are all run it's possible oh I
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    think they are here it was a little
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    convo on meet the press about this
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    raucous some are has a track record she
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    had a track record in Minneapolis and
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    she'd track record many Jewish leaders
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    were concerned about her statements
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    that's a point and this has become a
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    serial offense for her rising the world
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    it's also receded to lead it's also
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    Alexandria Ocasio Cortes who praised
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    Jeremy Colbert Corbin who is friendly to
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    Hezbollah this is a problem for the
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    Democratic Party you talk about
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    consequences the political consequences
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    of the Democratic Party being associated
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    with political anti-semitism are huge
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    political anti-semitism this is good man
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    this this is going this is being used
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    now thank you drop that bomb in there
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    didn't we never heard that before I knew
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    to me knew to me I'd like it political
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    anti-semitism so that's different
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    somehow
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    what could that mean political
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    anti-semitism easer use okay I think I
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    know what am i using anti-semitism for
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    political means yeah
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    well how's that working out huge and
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    eugene's absolutely right there's a
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    battle that is just beginning within the
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    Democratic that's what political
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    anti-semitism is it's a desde Liz I've
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    never used this term when to use it now
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    dog whistle it's a dog whistle a secret
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    code a signal to the Jew haters that are
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    apparently just that the Democrat
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    parties rife with
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    well she's got to hone the transmission
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    because the Hitler in chief responded
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    adversely well the Hitler in chief was
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    supposed to it respond advertised just
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    true she's right ah yes you're wrong how
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    stupid of me it's just beginning within
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    the Democratic Party
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    look what mark Melman is doing they have
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    to fight this and the fact that it's
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    being imported is very disturbing to
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    members of the Jewish community members
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    of the Jewish community I love these
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    terms why'd you say to the Jews now we
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    have to be polite this is something for
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    some reason that's wrong to members not
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    here on the no agenda show people
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    everyone's equal to the Jewish community
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    this issue of anti-semitism sadly is
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    surfacing on the fringe left and the
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    French right it is it's now being
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    imported through socialist politics
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    which i think is an interesting moment
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    for socialist politics into the write it
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    down imported through socialist politics
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    so this is interesting
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    so socialists are anti-semites and I
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    guess by pointing to Jeremy Corbyn
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    that's kind of solidified although I
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    think that's just an individual choice
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    whatever whatever his issue is
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    Democratic Party Nancy Pelosi had a
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    horrible week the whole week cleaning up
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    after I'm saying this what is I'm trying
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    to talk about the larger what are we
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    supposed to do when you have a political
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    whatever you want to call it BAM that
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    goes from Oh Marta King sure which
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    eventually of course the mouth and he
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    should be primary and he should be voted
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    out and the Democrats no need to take
  • 16:33
    similar steps with Omar and that's a
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    this again you know let's just presume
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    for a moment that the Justice Democrats
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    which includes this Elon and also
  • 16:42
    Alexandria Ocasio Cortes let's just
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    presume they are by six others yeah
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    let's just presume that they are being
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    run that they're being run by the people
  • 16:51
    behind him their social media is not all
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    theirs for sure it's not all of it is is
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    her it's just or some of it is
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    pre-written or something that's just
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    there's too much stuff going in going on
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    it appears to be yeah there's no reason
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    to do any of this
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    now this Elan she she's on some
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    committee forgot which one it is and she
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    was questioning Elliott Abrams Elliott
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    Abrams famous for iran-contra you know
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    involved in that whole mess brought back
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    into you know make sure the Venezuela
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    project goes according to plan he's
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    bringing in the experts now she's asking
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    things that that you know to me it's
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    like oh this is great someone's as this
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    it's funny because he's asking about you
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    know about his history certainly with
  • 17:41
    iran-contra but she's not these things
  • 17:45
    are always staged whenever there's a
  • 17:46
    committee hearing it's for television
  • 17:48
    the often the questions and answers are
  • 17:51
    known or published and it's all to get a
  • 17:53
    soundbite on television that's the whole
  • 17:55
    point is it's everyone kind of knows
  • 17:57
    what to expect but it seems to me that
  • 18:00
    some someone or someone decided let's
  • 18:04
    send Omar in as a heat-seeking missile
  • 18:07
    and blow up this Elliott Abrams because
  • 18:10
    all she's doing is reading she's reading
  • 18:13
    her questions and man she reminds me so
  • 18:15
    much of who's the Dutch politician I'm
  • 18:21
    spacing for a second you know the one
  • 18:23
    that that was in the movie with Te'o for
  • 18:25
    whole from Somalia I write that that
  • 18:29
    she's the one who was the anti Muslim
  • 18:32
    woman no yes and I'm hoping the troll
  • 18:35
    room will give it to me but yes she's
  • 18:37
    famous yeah she sounds just like her and
  • 18:41
    but you'd listen to this and I pulled
  • 18:44
    out some pauses etc but he listened to
  • 18:46
    it all she's doing here is embarrassing
  • 18:49
    this guy about his past by an here she
  • 18:51
    alley that's how it is thank you troll
  • 18:53
    room I in here she alley that was now
  • 18:55
    married to that to the British a lead
  • 18:57
    guy whose name I can't remember either
  • 18:58
    let's play the clip mister Adams in by
  • 19:02
    the way his name is Abrams consistently
  • 19:04
    throughout the questioning she calls him
  • 19:07
    mr. Adams to me is like either you
  • 19:12
    really can't read because your brain is
  • 19:13
    just turned and yes
  • 19:15
    right in front of him your brain is you
  • 19:18
    just yeah whatever's programmed you
  • 19:20
    can't get away from atoms but she
  • 19:21
    continues to say that mr. Adams in 1991
  • 19:24
    you pleaded guilty to two counts of
  • 19:27
    withholding information from Congress
  • 19:29
    regarding your involvement in the
  • 19:32
    iran-contra affair which you can't even
  • 19:36
    read the iran-contra affair there's a
  • 19:38
    lot of so she's by the way I wanted to
  • 19:42
    stop perhaps that the Zephyr is now
  • 19:45
    going by I swear it's going at five
  • 19:47
    miles an hour you call it you're from
  • 19:49
    the future
  • 19:49
    you called it nice flooded all right now
  • 19:58
    that we're talking to her head she
  • 19:59
    doesn't know what she's doing
  • 20:00
    has never heard of iran-contra no she
  • 20:03
    thinks it's part of Coachella really
  • 20:05
    doesn't know onward your involvement in
  • 20:14
    the iran-contra affair for which you
  • 20:18
    were later pardoned by President George
  • 20:21
    HW Bush I fail to understand why members
  • 20:26
    of this committee or the American people
  • 20:29
    should find any testimony that you give
  • 20:32
    today to be truthful if I can respond to
  • 20:35
    that it wasn't a question that was not a
  • 20:41
    question that was my I reserve the right
  • 20:43
    of my time reclaiming my time it is not
  • 20:47
    it is not right that was not a question
  • 20:49
    that he can attack on February who is
  • 20:52
    not permitted to reply that that was not
  • 20:54
    a question thank you listen to this
  • 20:58
    condescending face this is great no
  • 21:00
    longer just roll this back a little bit
  • 21:01
    because she ad libs from the script once
  • 21:04
    in a while this was one of those ad libs
  • 21:06
    now I was pretty good he's not permitted
  • 21:08
    to reply that that was not a question
  • 21:10
    thank you for your participation
  • 21:13
    I see the humor in that thank you for
  • 21:19
    your participation that was not a
  • 21:20
    question on February 8th 1982 you
  • 21:24
    testified before the Senate Foreign
  • 21:26
    Relations Committee
  • 21:28
    US policy in El Salvador in that hearing
  • 21:31
    what you dismiss miss committee about US
  • 21:39
    policy in El Salvador I think she's
  • 21:49
    saying El Salvador El Salvador but I
  • 21:52
    like El valve a door better you never
  • 21:57
    know
  • 21:58
    1982 you testified before the Senate
  • 22:01
    Foreign Relations Committee about US
  • 22:04
    policy in El Salvador in that hearing
  • 22:06
    you dismissed as communist propaganda
  • 22:09
    report about the massacre of el mozote a
  • 22:14
    in which more than 800 civilians
  • 22:16
    including children as young as two years
  • 22:19
    old were brutally murdered wait for this
  • 22:22
    is a great question by us train troops
  • 22:25
    doing that massacre some of those troops
  • 22:29
    bragged about raping a twelve-year-old
  • 22:31
    girl before they killed them girls
  • 22:35
    before they killed them you later said
  • 22:37
    that the u.s. policy in El Salvador was
  • 22:40
    a fabulous achievement yes or no do you
  • 22:44
    still think so to recap her question US
  • 22:51
    troops went in there raped young girls
  • 22:54
    and you call it a fabulous fabulous
  • 22:57
    ordeal and only yes or no answer please
  • 23:01
    from the day that president Duarte was
  • 23:04
    elected in a free election to this day
  • 23:07
    El Salvador has been a democracy that's
  • 23:10
    a fabulous achievement yes or no do you
  • 23:12
    think that Massacre was a fabulous
  • 23:16
    achievement that happened now the
  • 23:19
    question is refined a little bit by the
  • 23:21
    representative from Minnesota is that
  • 23:26
    raping is raping of kids don't you think
  • 23:29
    that's great
  • 23:30
    sir can you mean I'm here to ask you
  • 23:32
    serious questions not waste anyone's
  • 23:34
    time who happens to be watching c-span
  • 23:35
    was a fabulous achievement that happened
  • 23:39
    under our watch that
  • 23:40
    a ridiculous question about yes or no no
  • 23:43
    I yes that's my favorite part he says no
  • 23:50
    no and she reads from the script I'll
  • 23:53
    take that as a yes and our watch that is
  • 23:56
    a ridiculous question about yes or no no
  • 23:59
    I
  • 24:00
    yes but what what was on her script was
  • 24:06
    he won't answer and that's what you say
  • 24:09
    I take that as a yes but when he says no
  • 24:11
    there should have been a little tree
  • 24:13
    branch there for her if no pero skip
  • 24:18
    logic apply some of the tents are slow
  • 24:20
    to it will ya
  • 24:21
    my goodness what a waste of time but
  • 24:24
    she's that that's just the heat-seeking
  • 24:26
    missile there's no reason why shit as a
  • 24:28
    yes no what if what an idiot well no I I
  • 24:34
    think all the Justice Democrats are this
  • 24:35
    way they can't think for themselves
  • 24:37
    obviously did you somebody scripting
  • 24:41
    this and the person scripting is not
  • 24:42
    doing that good of a job well I have one
  • 24:45
    of the guys who I believe is scripting
  • 24:46
    it his name is Hasan piker and he is he
  • 24:51
    used to be with the Young Turks he was
  • 24:53
    one of these founders of it was there
  • 24:55
    something was the hmm before was the
  • 24:57
    Justice Democrats at a different name
  • 24:59
    but these are all former Bernie Bros and
  • 25:01
    I found this clip of him talking about
  • 25:04
    well up really about everything you hear
  • 25:07
    from these freshmen from these Justice
  • 25:10
    Democrats in Congress right now the
  • 25:13
    redistribution of wealth is coming
  • 25:14
    listen I'm a simple guy okay and I'm not
  • 25:17
    a very smart guy either but even from
  • 25:19
    where I'm standing
  • 25:20
    nothing says the system is absolutely
  • 25:22
    broken like the existence of billionaire
  • 25:25
    he's also a chanc nephew shank from The
  • 25:28
    Young Turks I'm simply going to say is
  • 25:30
    that wealth is never created in
  • 25:32
    isolation every billionaire and
  • 25:34
    millionaire created their wealth with
  • 25:36
    workers who make infinitely less than
  • 25:38
    they do and we're conditioned into
  • 25:40
    thinking that this is the natural order
  • 25:42
    the universe and one of the outcomes of
  • 25:44
    this mentality is the justification for
  • 25:47
    extreme wealth inequality we live in the
  • 25:49
    richest nation on earth the richest
  • 25:50
    nation to have ever existed and people
  • 25:52
    struggle to pay their bills and suffer
  • 25:55
    when they can't get medical treatment
  • 25:56
    all around the world you see tensions
  • 25:58
    rising in the absence of class
  • 26:00
    consciousness or an actual alternative
  • 26:02
    to capitalism
  • 26:03
    we see people railing against more
  • 26:05
    tangible targets immigrants and refugees
  • 26:06
    or brown people or even intangible
  • 26:09
    concepts like globalism which is the
  • 26:11
    system that's bringing brown people to
  • 26:13
    our borders is there a migrant crisis
  • 26:15
    sure well the solution is it to shut off
  • 26:17
    borders and get increasingly more
  • 26:19
    violent with their maintenance the
  • 26:21
    solution is to solve inequality to solve
  • 26:23
    famine to solve poverty and all the
  • 26:25
    issues that come along with it on a
  • 26:26
    global scale technological advancements
  • 26:29
    have rendered globalism an unstoppable
  • 26:30
    force so we have to adapt to it way of
  • 26:33
    doing that is through drastic wealth
  • 26:35
    redistribution and that starts with
  • 26:37
    banning billionaires ok people all
  • 26:40
    around the world are waking up they're
  • 26:42
    coming to the realization that this is
  • 26:44
    no way to run a society and perhaps
  • 26:47
    that's why billionaire is becoming a bad
  • 26:50
    word
  • 26:50
    look this may scare you but a more
  • 26:52
    equitable distribution of wealth is
  • 26:54
    coming whether it's by policy or
  • 26:57
    pitchforks there you go so now you
  • 26:59
    understand where they're coming from
  • 27:02
    billionaire is a bad word except if the
  • 27:06
    billionaire is Michael Bloomberg who has
  • 27:08
    just pledged five hundred million
  • 27:10
    dollars to the Democrats to help them
  • 27:12
    get Trump out of office then you're a
  • 27:13
    good billionaire
  • 27:17
    yeah I'm sure they would bitch about
  • 27:19
    Soros giving him money either so this is
  • 27:22
    this is what's going on stuck with ya
  • 27:26
    there's only a few of these Yahoo's and
  • 27:28
    Nancy should take care of it she can't
  • 27:30
    she's having trouble I think she's
  • 27:33
    having trouble with it yeah hey oh she
  • 27:35
    doesn't seem to care what Nancy thinks
  • 27:37
    no she's kind of bullet proof that way
  • 27:40
    she won't get anything done you know but
  • 27:43
    I think it's it's fun to see with the
  • 27:45
    GRU this whole green New Deal thing
  • 27:46
    that's got her name on it and I guess
  • 27:48
    now they're going to have a an actual
  • 27:51
    roll call vote so this yes I had
  • 27:54
    McConnell making that announcement you
  • 27:56
    might as well play that oh you do Oh
  • 27:57
    excellent
  • 27:58
    listen let me say first of all however
  • 28:01
    I've noted it was great interest the
  • 28:04
    green new deal and we're going to be
  • 28:08
    voting on that in the Senate we'll give
  • 28:10
    everybody an opportunity to go on record
  • 28:12
    and see how they feel about the green
  • 28:16
    new deal that's gonna put a lot of
  • 28:22
    people on notice oh crap I gotta put my
  • 28:24
    name to this and what's what's not
  • 28:27
    unexpected but it's always fun to watch
  • 28:29
    is you know I've read the resolution
  • 28:31
    it's you know just like one of these
  • 28:33
    globalist type United Nations things you
  • 28:35
    know hey it's all crappy it's bad you
  • 28:37
    know we got to do something about it
  • 28:39
    yeah we all agree it's pretty innocuous
  • 28:40
    you can put your name on it but what it
  • 28:42
    represents is now this social media
  • 28:45
    flurry of fa Q's and cow farts and all
  • 28:49
    this so the green new dealings will
  • 28:52
    always be associated with giving you be
  • 28:55
    associated with car cow farts causal for
  • 28:58
    it cow farts worse so I've been looking
  • 29:02
    at they've been putting together a cheat
  • 29:04
    sheet a handicapping sheet of the camp
  • 29:08
    for the handicapping sheet yeah for the
  • 29:11
    candidates oh very nice it's gonna be a
  • 29:14
    lot different than what everybody else
  • 29:15
    has because I still include Hillary
  • 29:17
    uh-huh but there's a deal only that guy
  • 29:20
    sherrod Brown seems to be the only guy
  • 29:23
    with any common sense and he's actually
  • 29:24
    moved into the into the top five as far
  • 29:27
    as I'm really
  • 29:29
    because he thinks the green New Deal's
  • 29:31
    bullcrap and he doesn't mind saying that
  • 29:33
    but everybody else is wavering on it and
  • 29:35
    one of the candidates and I kind of
  • 29:37
    trying to collect some of the candidates
  • 29:39
    commentary on this and by the way the
  • 29:41
    first as we bitched about these
  • 29:45
    candidates showing up we don't want to
  • 29:46
    talk about too much - we should note
  • 29:48
    that the first debate will be in June
  • 29:51
    this year brother so it's coming up just
  • 29:56
    briefly on that I was reading that the
  • 29:59
    way they're going to determine these
  • 30:00
    debates with what is it 16 or 17
  • 30:03
    candidates dirty the way they're going
  • 30:08
    to determine it is by grassroots
  • 30:10
    financial support so instead of polling
  • 30:14
    which is typical for how you're placed
  • 30:16
    in the in the debates the DNC Perez from
  • 30:20
    the DNC is said now we're gonna see who
  • 30:22
    has grassroots financial support how
  • 30:25
    does that work well it's gonna be a lot
  • 30:28
    of credit-card activity going on in DC's
  • 30:30
    what I'm thinking well I think you're
  • 30:33
    gonna have to do is kind of like the
  • 30:34
    Republicans did with it with the child's
  • 30:37
    table having a second that's that's what
  • 30:40
    Perez literally said we don't want to
  • 30:42
    have the child's table like the
  • 30:44
    Republicans did it they have to do
  • 30:46
    something like that they can't just put
  • 30:47
    up to attend people why would you let's
  • 30:50
    not have them do anything smart this is
  • 30:52
    we have a show to do well denied and
  • 30:55
    you're worried not really correct so I
  • 30:59
    got Amy Amy Klobuchar who's now wearing
  • 31:03
    a lot more makeup hello old white guy
  • 31:09
    she's wearing a lot more makeup and
  • 31:12
    she's trying to make herself look more
  • 31:14
    like a presidential candidate which she
  • 31:17
    believes she is and I agree I noticed
  • 31:19
    the two and it looked really good with
  • 31:20
    all the snow sticking to her face the
  • 31:23
    snow on her head was really funny
  • 31:25
    cheered there she's giving it there's
  • 31:27
    nothing worse than giving a speech about
  • 31:28
    global warming
  • 31:29
    in a snowstorm she had so much makeup on
  • 31:33
    that the snow hit her face and the
  • 31:35
    warmth of her body who didn't even
  • 31:37
    penetrate it it's no just stuck yeah as
  • 31:40
    I know it I've had makeup on
  • 31:42
    most of my adult life I know like I know
  • 31:44
    asphalt yes
  • 31:47
    alright well see here she is she was on
  • 31:48
    bread bar and he's asking her a bunch of
  • 31:51
    different questions too but he got to
  • 31:52
    the green New Deal question which is the
  • 31:53
    one I was interested in to see how she's
  • 31:55
    gonna weasel her way out of this and it
  • 31:57
    was funny she didn't do a very good she
  • 31:59
    kind of weasel her way out but she kept
  • 32:02
    saying out and I'll point him out she
  • 32:05
    says them she kept saying said what does
  • 32:08
    you know he'd asked like what about air
  • 32:09
    travel you don't think we should we
  • 32:11
    should stop we should back off on air
  • 32:12
    travel and she says no no no I don't
  • 32:14
    think that that we should do that and
  • 32:16
    then she kept making the same mistakes
  • 32:18
    she said yet idiot here's the green new
  • 32:23
    deal if the Senate Majority Leader
  • 32:24
    brings it to the floor how do you vote
  • 32:26
    on it the green new deal I see it as by
  • 32:29
    the way I see it as aspirational I see
  • 32:31
    it as a jump start so I would vote yes
  • 32:34
    but I would also if it got down to the
  • 32:36
    nitty gritty of an actual legislation as
  • 32:38
    opposed to oh here are some goals we
  • 32:40
    have that would be different but here's
  • 32:43
    the goals I will transition off fossil
  • 32:45
    fuels including drastically reducing air
  • 32:48
    travel you're for it I am for a jump
  • 32:52
    start of the discussion and a framework
  • 32:54
    as Senator Markey has described I am NOT
  • 32:57
    for reducing air travel solar greenhouse
  • 33:00
    gas emissions I don't think that is
  • 33:02
    going to happen in the next few years
  • 33:04
    but you can imagine by new technology
  • 33:07
    and by the way that includes nuclear and
  • 33:10
    everything else that we could get to a
  • 33:11
    better place
  • 33:12
    for all who are unable or unwilling to
  • 33:15
    work I don't agree with the unwilling to
  • 33:18
    work it last one upgrade or replace
  • 33:20
    every building in the US for
  • 33:21
    state-of-the-art energy efficiency I
  • 33:23
    think we should put in better building
  • 33:25
    standards but could I just say what I
  • 33:26
    would like to do and I proposed in my
  • 33:28
    announcement what I would like to see is
  • 33:30
    on day one to get back into the
  • 33:32
    international climate change agreement
  • 33:33
    I'm disappointed that bret baier over
  • 33:36
    there and fox didn't bring up the cow
  • 33:38
    farts i mean come on that would have
  • 33:40
    been hilarious how bear's the last guy
  • 33:42
    to do that yeah yeah it's probably the
  • 33:44
    most serious guy over there by the way
  • 33:45
    that whole presentation she did in the
  • 33:47
    snow I'm offended by her doing that in
  • 33:49
    Whiteface
  • 33:53
    I'm working on my material yeah you sure
  • 33:56
    are there's so there's other really
  • 34:00
    interesting things taking place
  • 34:03
    discussions we've had on this very show
  • 34:05
    for several months I don't know if you
  • 34:08
    saw this on the overnight sensation Don
  • 34:10
    Lamont with it was Don Lemon April Ryan
  • 34:14
    and two white guys in the middle of a
  • 34:16
    four box a four across the screen box
  • 34:19
    and the white guys were white you know
  • 34:22
    like one had bald head and like rim
  • 34:24
    glasses just white and they're arguing
  • 34:28
    about the blackness of Kamala Harris
  • 34:31
    which now apparently is Kamala I was
  • 34:33
    told it was Camelot and now it's Kamala
  • 34:35
    so we're back to Kamala did you see this
  • 34:38
    no I did of course not
  • 34:41
    and by the way I was just thinking about
  • 34:44
    this Kamala and Kamala and Camelot I
  • 34:48
    heard her say camel I had the clips on
  • 34:50
    her like Pamela I think is more
  • 34:53
    acceptable to the middle class but
  • 34:55
    Kamala's sounds more like African yes
  • 34:59
    it's probably a positive thing for some
  • 35:01
    voters so so I think you're gonna stick
  • 35:03
    with the Africa's Barack Hussein Obama
  • 35:07
    sounds better than the Barry sounds
  • 35:09
    better than Barry doesn't it it wasn't
  • 35:11
    Barry yeah so Kamala was born in the
  • 35:18
    United States of a to immigrant parents
  • 35:21
    father from Jamaica mother from India
  • 35:24
    she then grew up in Ottawa Canada which
  • 35:26
    no one talks about in this clip and what
  • 35:29
    we have discussed here is well you know
  • 35:31
    yes she's a woman of color she's brown
  • 35:33
    she's not black she's brown but she you
  • 35:35
    could say she looks like an African
  • 35:37
    American but she's not so the next
  • 35:39
    question is does she have the African
  • 35:41
    American experience
  • 35:43
    is it the same as just being black
  • 35:45
    there's some terms in this clip that are
  • 35:47
    very interesting to listen to as April
  • 35:50
    Ryan of the I think it's the urban radio
  • 35:53
    networks argues with Don Lemon and she
  • 35:57
    says there is no difference between
  • 35:59
    being african-american and someone of
  • 36:01
    color in the United States Darla's mom
  • 36:03
    disagrees the white guys in the middle
  • 36:05
    look stupid there's a lot to unpack here
  • 36:08
    number one what does black enough mean
  • 36:10
    can someone give me a definition of what
  • 36:12
    black is enough is I don't want to go
  • 36:14
    down the road of the stereotype when
  • 36:16
    people say we're black number one she is
  • 36:18
    a black woman she's a mixed-race woman
  • 36:20
    when you see her you see her blackness
  • 36:22
    but she is also South Asian her mom is
  • 36:24
    South Asian and her dad is to make April
  • 36:27
    listen more power to her and I think
  • 36:31
    that's great that is that should be
  • 36:33
    enough it is enough that she's a black
  • 36:36
    woman you're not a model of what people
  • 36:43
    are saying the people who are saying is
  • 36:45
    she black enough that's bold that's BS
  • 36:46
    but 202 to distinction to say is she
  • 36:51
    african-american or is she black or she
  • 36:54
    whatever that what's there is nothing
  • 36:57
    wrong with that there is a difference
  • 36:58
    between being african-american and being
  • 37:00
    black people lack people Latino people
  • 37:04
    are people of color but they're not
  • 37:06
    black they're brown people but she is a
  • 37:09
    black african-american there is a
  • 37:17
    difference there's nothing wrong with
  • 37:18
    that no one is trying to take anything
  • 37:20
    away from her I am black I'm not African
  • 37:27
    American you know as I was watching this
  • 37:31
    mania April Ryan is first of all she's a
  • 37:33
    Republican who she what is she trying to
  • 37:37
    defend or who is she - what is she her
  • 37:39
    point other than sheer lunacy and here's
  • 37:42
    an African American which she is not Don
  • 37:45
    Lemon as far as I know and he's saying
  • 37:48
    no shut up I mean why does she even has
  • 37:51
    the the gall to argue in today's social
  • 37:54
    justice warrior world is beyond me
  • 37:56
    that's it yeah white guy tried to say
  • 38:01
    something goodbye let me let me finish
  • 38:03
    hold on I'm not falling into a trap by
  • 38:05
    that when she involves down her lineage
  • 38:08
    many Africans landed on in Jamaica and
  • 38:11
    all these other Caribbean
  • 38:17
    have landed in Jamaica so she's
  • 38:19
    african-american all the ways machine
  • 38:22
    pick is not America there it is you have
  • 38:31
    to come out of Jim Crow that's the term
  • 38:34
    she did not come out of Jim Crow I like
  • 38:38
    that which I think means if you don't
  • 38:41
    have a parent or grandparent or someone
  • 38:43
    in your family who lived on her Jim Crow
  • 38:45
    you're not part of that experience and I
  • 38:48
    count I agree with lemon well maybe
  • 38:53
    that's what April Ryan so afraid of
  • 38:54
    because once you start thinking about it
  • 38:56
    and you think well wait a minute
  • 38:58
    Obama was American but he was half
  • 39:02
    Indonesian but by his own account so not
  • 39:05
    really a Christina Mary she was a raised
  • 39:08
    it wasn't under Jim Crow no he was not
  • 39:22
    are you doing like I don't know this is
  • 39:24
    was so out of character for her to argue
  • 39:27
    against another person of color it was
  • 39:31
    hypocrisy I'm not changing the subject
  • 39:32
    yes okay so what is wrong with asking
  • 39:38
    someone who is of color or black are
  • 39:40
    they african-american are they Jamaican
  • 39:43
    or whatever whatever it is that but it's
  • 39:45
    not America nothing
  • 39:59
    that's not what that is you're getting
  • 40:01
    the whole black enough you know that's
  • 40:04
    not your can't even take it anymore
  • 40:08
    it's another 30 seconds done so there's
  • 40:13
    that that is playing I'm not sure why
  • 40:15
    where this came from and is it the
  • 40:17
    Democrats who were trying to thin out
  • 40:18
    the field is it the she's the number one
  • 40:22
    run or so should they have to really
  • 40:24
    take her they gotta do something they
  • 40:26
    don't want her running as president she
  • 40:27
    couldn't can't do it she doesn't have
  • 40:30
    the background she has a guy and she's
  • 40:31
    kind of music liar she's a liar and
  • 40:33
    she's a liar we're talking about the
  • 40:37
    2pac this yeah well here's the clip this
  • 40:39
    was on a radio show and yeah I I did
  • 40:42
    what we usually do here in the no agenda
  • 40:44
    shows you try to get the full clip and
  • 40:45
    put a little context around it so there
  • 40:47
    were some questions asked so and I know
  • 40:49
    that it is - they say you oppose
  • 40:50
    legalizing weed that's not true I know
  • 40:54
    look I joke about it half joking my
  • 40:56
    family's from Jamaica are you kidding me
  • 40:58
    I guess Jamaicans smoked a lot of weed
  • 41:07
    right no I do not no no no and we need
  • 41:12
    to research which is one of the reasons
  • 41:14
    we need to legalize it we need to move
  • 41:16
    it on the schedule so that we can couple
  • 41:20
    of things I got to throw in one she was
  • 41:23
    the attorneys aren't they could have
  • 41:24
    done a lot more to legalize it corn fact
  • 41:26
    we had the first referendum which was
  • 41:28
    voted down because they didn't want to
  • 41:30
    legalize this right pot growers could
  • 41:32
    make more money because I drop it I
  • 41:33
    wasn't Prop 8 or something like that
  • 41:35
    cameras no prop 8 was about the gays Oh
  • 41:37
    Doug yes and this was about the weed
  • 41:39
    though we now something about a district
  • 41:45
    attorney prosecuting people while being
  • 41:49
    a pot smoker herself I personally find
  • 41:52
    it I think there's nothing wrong I walk
  • 41:54
    in pot but there's something offensive
  • 41:57
    about the hypocrisy of a district
  • 41:59
    attorney being a pot smoker stoned and
  • 42:03
    then been passing judgment on somebody
  • 42:06
    busted for marijuana
  • 42:08
    I agree it's not it's not closer it's
  • 42:13
    not it's definitely not kosher you need
  • 42:15
    to move it on the schedule so that we
  • 42:17
    can research the impact of wheat on
  • 42:21
    based on a develop instead of saying
  • 42:23
    marijuana hand you know THC weed she's
  • 42:28
    really thought about this and has read a
  • 42:30
    lot of policy documents about weed
  • 42:32
    I got it here say that again weed of
  • 42:37
    wheat based on a developing brain you
  • 42:40
    know that part of the brain that
  • 42:42
    develops judgment actually begins its
  • 42:46
    growth in at age 18 through age 24 oh
  • 42:49
    that explains me then frontal cortex
  • 42:56
    that's exactly right yeah that's right
  • 42:58
    and so I believe that we need to
  • 43:00
    research that because I believe we don't
  • 43:02
    fully know the consequences how do you
  • 43:04
    listen to because I know she has to go
  • 43:05
    so what does Carmela Harris listen to
  • 43:08
    him when he was high so that was the big
  • 43:19
    lie as that could not be possible since
  • 43:22
    when she was in college those songs have
  • 43:24
    not been recorded yet or certainly not
  • 43:26
    released to the public elders weren't
  • 43:28
    even out by then yeah so but you know
  • 43:31
    she's she's shown her blackness here but
  • 43:34
    she makes a big mistake right here yeah
  • 43:38
    what's your favorite hip-hop artist that
  • 43:39
    was your favorite art you know I really
  • 43:41
    love is cardi B Oh cardi B are you
  • 43:46
    familiar with the cardi B John I've
  • 43:48
    heard the music I've not I don't just
  • 43:51
    not to top my head well if you watch the
  • 43:53
    Grammys you she even had her own
  • 43:54
    commercial cardi B is famous for okay
  • 43:57
    that's her signature and I'd like to
  • 44:00
    share with you some lyrics from kamila
  • 44:03
    Harris's most famous hip-hop artist this
  • 44:07
    is bacon head from cardi B yeah pop that
  • 44:10
    pussy like you ain't pop that pussy in a
  • 44:12
    while pop that pussy like popping pussy
  • 44:14
    going out of style pop pop pop that
  • 44:16
    pussy while at work pop that pussy up in
  • 44:18
    church pop that pussy on the pole pop
  • 44:20
    that pussy on the stove make
  • 44:21
    that pussy slip-and-slide like you from
  • 44:23
    the 305 put your tongue out in the
  • 44:25
    mirror pop the pussy will you drive
  • 44:26
    spread the s cheeks open make the pussy
  • 44:28
    crack a smile lock your legs around that
  • 44:30
    nigga make him give you as a child what
  • 44:33
    do you think pearl I don't know if I'd
  • 44:36
    want to vote for her vote for that's
  • 44:41
    actually pretty good pretty interesting
  • 44:42
    that she would like that cuz she just
  • 44:45
    said she did yes I doubt that she's ever
  • 44:47
    heard the woman she just I think
  • 44:48
    throwing stuff out yeah in fact ben
  • 44:50
    shapiro kind of mocked her oh I don't
  • 44:55
    have any long Ben Shapiro clip I do have
  • 44:57
    a small clip where he kind of marks
  • 44:59
    Kembla hairs because of her laugh and I
  • 45:03
    thought that touch' Piero's version of
  • 45:06
    her laugh was pretty good basically
  • 45:08
    she's a character from 21 Jump Street
  • 45:09
    she that that's that's what she that's
  • 45:12
    what she is now she's I'm so cool I'm
  • 45:14
    one of the kids also I'm fifty thousand
  • 45:17
    years old also I don't remember what was
  • 45:20
    playing on the radio it was probably
  • 45:21
    like when I was in college what were you
  • 45:24
    playing it was Lady Gaga Lady Gaga's in
  • 45:25
    porn yet senator it doesn't matter
  • 45:31
    tell me you have an ISO of that you know
  • 45:34
    I was thinking of getting one and I
  • 45:35
    don't think I did you did oh good one oh
  • 45:40
    man that's gonna compete with my ISO
  • 45:43
    which is which is by the theory of
  • 45:47
    random numbers he's also a Shapiro I so
  • 45:52
    but I have to play it in context first
  • 45:56
    I've been listening with glee to the
  • 46:00
    podcasters who are filling up their
  • 46:01
    podcast with all kinds of fun
  • 46:03
    advertisements and ben shapiro
  • 46:05
    definitely in just a second I'm gonna
  • 46:09
    explain to you what he did to beta
  • 46:11
    O'Rourke who is holding a rally listen
  • 46:12
    for the transition maybe 500 a thousand
  • 46:15
    feet away I'll explain in just one
  • 46:17
    second first let's talk about the best
  • 46:19
    of Valentine's Day gift that you can
  • 46:21
    give in terms of chocolatey goodness
  • 46:23
    this year I'm talking of course about
  • 46:24
    cherries berries now I had never tried
  • 46:26
    cherries berries they sent over a
  • 46:27
    package of kosher Sherri's berry stuff
  • 46:30
    oh my god
  • 46:34
    oh my god I don't know John it's a
  • 46:40
    toss-up for me how about playing in both
  • 46:43
    play oh my god then to laugh then the
  • 46:45
    hilarious laughs that may actually work
  • 46:47
    well let's see oh my god yeah I think we
  • 46:52
    have a winner
  • 46:53
    think we have a winner beautiful oh my
  • 46:58
    god well so we have so I guess we took
  • 47:02
    care of Harris there we're done with her
  • 47:04
    ooh yes this popped up on the radar
  • 47:09
    yesterday Victoria Kagan noodleman
  • 47:19
    Newland named Nudelman only one year did
  • 47:23
    she stay at the Center for a New
  • 47:25
    American Security the think tank and she
  • 47:30
    announced that she was leaving as a spur
  • 47:34
    immediately and the CNAs seen a center
  • 47:39
    for new American security president
  • 47:40
    Richard Fontaine has been named acting
  • 47:42
    CEO immediately as the board searches
  • 47:46
    for Newlands replacement Victoria Nuland
  • 47:49
    used to be the spokes hole for the State
  • 47:51
    Department when Hillary Clinton was
  • 47:52
    there and the during Obama's tenure and
  • 47:55
    then she was promoted to ambassador to
  • 47:59
    this I think to the youth to the state
  • 48:00
    that was like some funky title but she
  • 48:02
    was also deputy State Department yeah
  • 48:05
    she was charged she was second in charge
  • 48:07
    every jury
  • 48:08
    and so she's at this think tank or she's
  • 48:11
    married to
  • 48:11
    Kagan which is a notorious neocon real
  • 48:15
    douche
  • 48:17
    um what is she doing
  • 48:20
    do you think maybe she got a call from
  • 48:23
    someone do you need to come here
  • 48:24
    immediately and start working with me
  • 48:26
    I'm guessing Elliott Abrams now I'm
  • 48:31
    thinking maybe Hillary oh maybe this
  • 48:34
    possible was my that was my first
  • 48:36
    thoughts like oh she got it's a
  • 48:38
    possibility maybe she's Hillary's
  • 48:41
    staying under the radar but you know all
  • 48:44
    the rundowns I got about five of them
  • 48:46
    from everybody's doing these these
  • 48:48
    handicaps Rolling Stone they would they
  • 48:52
    even or only stone didn't put her on the
  • 48:54
    list saying that Paul Podesta this is
  • 48:57
    the way the quote goes and this
  • 48:59
    be-all-end-all by the way Paul Podesta
  • 49:02
    her former campaign guy said that she's
  • 49:06
    not going to be running in in 2020 which
  • 49:09
    means is she running in 2024 I don't
  • 49:11
    know but I don't buy a word of it it's
  • 49:14
    like you know it's the old thing they
  • 49:16
    used to do this when I was a kid they
  • 49:18
    used to pull this thing they don't do
  • 49:21
    this anymore it was as well I'm not
  • 49:23
    running but if the party demands it oh
  • 49:25
    yeah
  • 49:28
    if I'm called it the part yeah that's a
  • 49:30
    good one I like it yeah I'll do it
  • 49:33
    I like but I don't plan on doing it but
  • 49:36
    if I'm called I'll do it and I believe
  • 49:39
    that she's gonna watch this thing fall
  • 49:41
    apart with all these people all going
  • 49:43
    after each other there's not a strong
  • 49:45
    candidate in the bunch uh sherrod Brown
  • 49:50
    maybe seems a little bit like that cuz
  • 49:52
    he's kind of an old-fashioned Lyndon
  • 49:54
    Johnson style Democrat just good old boy
  • 49:57
    knew he might get some attention but
  • 50:00
    there's no strong candidates Bernie's
  • 50:02
    too old and everybody stole his idea so
  • 50:04
    everybody's already sigh he is how
  • 50:06
    annoying done and so I think Hillary
  • 50:11
    could jump in cuz it she's needed hmm
  • 50:14
    they need somebody who can win and they
  • 50:16
    already know she can get the votes she
  • 50:18
    won the popular vote after all she won
  • 50:20
    the popular vote she so we know she can
  • 50:22
    get the votes and the women lover
  • 50:24
    oh brother we went to we celebrate
  • 50:29
    valentine's yesterday since i like to
  • 50:32
    cook and we have a nice evening and now
  • 50:34
    after the show it's not gonna be much
  • 50:36
    cookin having a nice evening yeah I'm
  • 50:37
    pretty much it tits up done because I
  • 50:40
    put all my heart and soul into this
  • 50:42
    podcast and so Tina took me to the
  • 50:46
    theater last night and we saw Hedwig and
  • 50:48
    the Angry Inch have you ever seen this
  • 50:50
    this presentation I believe it's a
  • 50:53
    Broadway play that was short lived on
  • 50:56
    Broadway yeah well it started in a in a
  • 50:59
    gay bar or a tranny bar as we as it was
  • 51:03
    called back in the day and it grew out
  • 51:04
    and it was really popular off-broadway
  • 51:06
    and I didn't even know it went but it
  • 51:08
    yeah went to Broadway I didn't do so
  • 51:10
    well but it's performed apparently
  • 51:12
    around the world and what was
  • 51:15
    interesting about it only to go into the
  • 51:17
    whole story is it was customized for the
  • 51:21
    Austin audience so with you know shout
  • 51:23
    outs to different people in Austin about
  • 51:25
    the mayor one of those things yeah we
  • 51:27
    got a terrace of squares is never-ending
  • 51:29
    play called Beach Blanket Babylon and
  • 51:34
    saying it packs him in but the whole
  • 51:36
    thing is about localizing right so this
  • 51:39
    was localized also for the Trump hating
  • 51:42
    Austin audience ah my and people were
  • 51:46
    out of their seats just that the mention
  • 51:49
    of you know that at some point it's like
  • 51:51
    oh I'm gonna read these children's books
  • 51:53
    and it's a good night Donnie it's about
  • 51:55
    Trump whatever it was but people were
  • 51:56
    just just insanely happy jumping up and
  • 52:00
    down and doing the Nancy clap you know
  • 52:05
    the one that you did to Trump during the
  • 52:07
    State of the Union
  • 52:08
    yeah the shade I think it's called the
  • 52:10
    SH Nancy shade clap so you wonder man
  • 52:15
    how does this happen with these people
  • 52:17
    it just happens actually a unit school
  • 52:20
    system didn't aoc go to Boston to bu
  • 52:23
    Boston University
  • 52:25
    that's where she did that yes she went
  • 52:27
    to Boston University for what for school
  • 52:31
    she did yeah think so well now we have
  • 52:36
    to look it up yeah definitely I thought
  • 52:42
    she was in a BU t-shirt in in that
  • 52:45
    videos I mean anything I've got a BU
  • 52:47
    t-shirt for Abby for was a video about
  • 52:50
    the school oh no I don't do it videos
  • 52:53
    for the school okay
  • 52:57
    did you look it up yet Boston University
  • 53:00
    there you go education Boston University
  • 53:02
    well this makes total sense we got a
  • 53:05
    note boots on the ground from Christine
  • 53:07
    producer Christine Adam and John my name
  • 53:11
    is Cristina and boots on the ground at
  • 53:12
    Boston University where I attend evening
  • 53:14
    classes based on both urine Jon's
  • 53:17
    precise and consistent analysis in
  • 53:19
    regards to liberal madness within
  • 53:21
    universities as an independent I walked
  • 53:24
    through the university doors silently
  • 53:26
    with my invisible no agenda hat on and I
  • 53:29
    observe by the way it's a great
  • 53:31
    promotion for $33.33 will give you an
  • 53:36
    invisible no agenda this is great I like
  • 53:40
    it I walked through the university door
  • 53:44
    silently with my invisible no agenda hat
  • 53:46
    on and observe I feel as if I have to
  • 53:48
    bite my tongue sit in silence and avoid
  • 53:50
    heavy sighs and I rolling when it comes
  • 53:53
    to inconsistent Trump bashing class
  • 53:56
    started three weeks ago this particular
  • 53:58
    class is psychology four personality
  • 54:00
    taught by a 58 year old South Korean
  • 54:03
    native man first class he was dropping
  • 54:07
    f-bombs left and right and with my no
  • 54:09
    agenda hat on I pinpointed him as a
  • 54:12
    liberal professor based on the constant
  • 54:14
    f-bomb analysis it wasn't before long he
  • 54:17
    was going off on Trump in a temper
  • 54:18
    tantrum and I recorded it shall we
  • 54:24
    listen he was done on her iPhone and so
  • 54:28
    I cranked it up and I think we got some
  • 54:30
    the audio is pretty decent and this is
  • 54:32
    what is he talking about here he's
  • 54:35
    talking about the wall about Trump and
  • 54:37
    just listen to
  • 54:39
    the sanity or the perceived sanity of
  • 54:41
    this professor there you go there's your
  • 55:40
    professor yes like a psychology course
  • 55:44
    to me a psychology course in
  • 55:47
    brainwashing this guy should be kicked
  • 55:51
    out of that university oh I bet you bet
  • 55:54
    you that he's gonna get from after
  • 55:55
    professors that he or she who is
  • 55:57
    shitting the kristine follows up hey
  • 56:00
    what about the children I'm turning 27
  • 56:02
    this year and this kind of shit that is
  • 56:04
    brainwashing the youth of America not
  • 56:06
    just the media but the liberal colleges
  • 56:07
    that feel the need to state their
  • 56:09
    political opinion and embed it into
  • 56:10
    young developmental minds yeah it's too
  • 56:13
    late because that's exactly the kind of
  • 56:16
    Education A or C got yeah she went to
  • 56:20
    Boston yeah yeah you heard about that
  • 56:23
    she she went to Boston University yes
  • 56:27
    well let's I'm gonna stick with for just
  • 56:30
    a second then I will stick with the
  • 56:32
    disappointing professors in this is a
  • 56:35
    professor of neuroscience and who I was
  • 56:38
    very excited about and this actually
  • 56:40
    good a good moment in the show to play
  • 56:42
    this clip this is Sam Harris he's do you
  • 56:46
    ever listen said the same Harris is this
  • 56:48
    his podcast have you ever listened I
  • 56:49
    don't think I've ever listened to it now
  • 56:50
    but it's okay I mean a lot of people
  • 56:52
    like it he has he's pretty level-headed
  • 56:54
    in general but he's a neuroscientist and
  • 56:58
    he kind of talks a bit like a scientist
  • 57:00
    and he's done something different he is
  • 57:02
    changing the model that he makes money
  • 57:04
    with his podcast is a very very popular
  • 57:07
    podcast and he comes so close so close
  • 57:11
    to explaining and seeing our very own
  • 57:14
    value for value model in fact a lot of
  • 57:16
    people tweeted me a link and said look
  • 57:19
    at this it's this him II did the Sam
  • 57:21
    Harris he's talking about the value for
  • 57:23
    value model the thing is he not only
  • 57:25
    does he miss it
  • 57:27
    he he acts like I would say your typical
  • 57:31
    scientific professor and and forgets to
  • 57:34
    ask questions which is the basis of
  • 57:37
    science and he and he just takes old
  • 57:40
    science for granted his own observations
  • 57:42
    for granted and is therefore in my mind
  • 57:45
    a very disappointing neuroscientist even
  • 57:49
    though he comes pretty close but maybe
  • 57:51
    we can set him straight this is a Sam
  • 57:53
    Harris on his new model on the Joe Rogan
  • 57:55
    show I mean it's very interesting
  • 57:57
    psychologically because so I have I've
  • 57:59
    created this network of support for my
  • 58:01
    podcast but I see people do calculations
  • 58:05
    that they would never do in a more
  • 58:09
    transactional space that they were just
  • 58:10
    let's say buying my next book right so
  • 58:12
    like for me offering a free podcast and
  • 58:16
    then saying if you find this valuable
  • 58:19
    you can support it right see how close
  • 58:21
    he's getting that you know from the side
  • 58:24
    of being a creator of that content it
  • 58:26
    feels like the the most transparent
  • 58:28
    interaction possible because a person
  • 58:31
    can listen for free for as long as they
  • 58:33
    want to just discover how valuable it is
  • 58:35
    and then they can support it to the
  • 58:36
    degree that if they find it valuable
  • 58:37
    whereas if I'm selling you a book you
  • 58:40
    can't even read the
  • 58:41
    before you before you buy it you have to
  • 58:43
    make the decision to buy it and I'm
  • 58:45
    trying to convince you to buy it because
  • 58:47
    it took me all this time to write it and
  • 58:48
    and you know you're you know it's it's
  • 58:51
    it's transactional he's come very close
  • 58:53
    to an argument you've made John hang in
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    there he's getting there with but with a
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    podcast people make calculations that
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    they would never make when they're just
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    figuring out whether they want to buy
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    something it's like like oh and it's
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    really a long lines what you just
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    described people say well how much does
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    a podcast cost to produce right like if
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    I knew what you were spending the money
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    on and what it costs you to do this
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    podcast well then I would support you
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    right but they're never saying how much
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    does it cost to write a book and if I
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    knew what you were gonna spend the money
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    on once you once you were once once I
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    bought this book then I would know
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    whether or not I wanted to buy it either
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    want the book or you don't he's made a
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    classic mistake here he is mind reading
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    people and thinking because I don't
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    think he actually asked anyone said you
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    know he's saying that when you ask some
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    people to donate to support the work
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    that they calculate what is that
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    microphone cost and that's a shouldn't
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    give him too much this is very very
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    short-sighted thinking right so the
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    problem with the support model and this
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    the punt the problem with patreon and
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    everything else is that it engages this
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    sort of the philanthropy charity side of
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    the brain and people are worried about
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    what you're gonna do and how much it all
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    cause like how much does it's might cost
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    right yeah like that that's that's a
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    question that someone has asked this is
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    this is a brain scientist telling us
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    exactly the opposite of how the tens of
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    hundreds of people who listen to this
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    podcast think because we've also asked
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    them something we say hey don't just
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    support us out of philanthropy or you
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    know or look at us poor saps no and he
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    had it he had it in his grasp when he
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    forgot to ask the question what is this
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    worth to you what is the time you you
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    spent on this what was the value of that
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    can you put that into a number most
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    people can mr. brain scientists came
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    when they're donating he wasn't in
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    donating
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    and the problem there is they're not
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    understanding you know just the
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    opportunity costs like I you know I have
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    to decide how to spend my time am I
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    gonna spend 90% of my time on a podcast
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    well let's see huh yeah the opportunity
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    costs nobody even considers that term
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    that's a venture capital somebody yeah
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    well that's what he's doing that if so
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    that closes the door to virtually
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    everything else I can do right so it's
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    not a viable business and so I mean I've
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    recognized now that I'm you know to some
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    degree going against the grain of human
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    psychology in asking for support and now
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    I now I feel like I'm gonna ask much
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    less and I'm gonna tell people what the
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    business model is and and you know and
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    still like and remind them of it but I'm
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    personally I'm gonna go more and more
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    than in the direction of putting stuff
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    behind a paywall kind of sort of Netflix
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    the ultimate version of it would be if
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    it were Netflix that would also let you
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    get it for free if you really couldn't
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    afford it okay we need to set Sam Sam
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    hair straight on this
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    oh he's never gonna listen oh well let's
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    just make everyone else tell who the
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    kind of people that would listen to our
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    approach and take it seriously and those
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    who wouldn't and someone who over would
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    do what lie just heard him overthinking
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    it and then falling back on human brain
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    psychology which is I'd like to have him
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    explain to me how a lot of these systems
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    work especially in the United States
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    where there's a generous looked where
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    there's a generosity that's built into
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    the public and churches benefit from it
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    PBS has been on before recently has
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    always been just supported by the public
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    at all those shows I mean there's nobody
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    who's you know they ask you for yes
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    specific amounts but you could make that
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    a variable I wouldn't make any
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    difference I well I think we've done a
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    very good job making it a variable and
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    let people pick their own damn number we
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    have some famous number they like or
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    their lucky number who cares but this
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    guy's already out thought himself so
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    he's not he's not he's not open to any
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    help
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    well Sam should someone send this to you
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    through no agenda player comm which we
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    don't promote enough as you can send a
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    link to an exact spot in the show yeah
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    I've rolled it back a little bit Sam ask
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    people what was this worth to you and
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    thank them people like that this is
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    where brain science and broadcasting
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    separate if you need to come into the
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    fold on how this operates people really
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    do value what you do and they will show
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    you that value if you have the balls to
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    ask for it and that can be scary I think
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    that's maybe it's just fear it's
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    probably prices come on to play come in
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    to play when it comes to being afraid to
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    ask this is like the myth that you know
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    I've never understood this myth because
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    it's never applied to me which is that
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    men never asked for directions right if
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    I take a wrong turn I'm looking for a
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    gas station I'm going in there and
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    asking for directions immediately I do
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    not like wasting my time driving around
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    and around and around looking for a
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    freeway entrance yeah but you are a
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    Renaissance man no I just don't feel
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    like I don't feel like driving around
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    and around where I am when I don't
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    nowadays of course is lessened by the
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    navigators on the phones but still I
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    thought I thought you'd given that up
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    like me I thought we're just looking at
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    the map in general and by the by the
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    phones for the men who don't like to ask
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    for directions but they're asking for
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    directions from their phone anyway I
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    hope Sam Harris adjusts his course I
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    think our model is very valid for him I
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    think you'll find it very successful and
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    he'll be very pleased with the outcome
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    because it kind of works out to you know
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    people contributing in multiple ways to
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    your show or what how many now every
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    show yes it's that really makes the
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    community alright I've given away too
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    much they should hire us for this stuff
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    with that yeah they should there you go
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    I'd like the money thank you there's our
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    exit everybody you want to make money
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    with your podcast hire us
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    with that I'd like to thank you for your
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    courage say in the morning to you to the
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    man you put the sea in the Korean the
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    morning you mr. Adam curry in the
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    morning all the ships at sea and the
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    life I thought I was the only one I
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    decided right then and there to save up
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    you have to put them on the list for
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    everything I'm not repeat myself okay
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