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1116: GND-MOU-ROI

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 51m
February 28th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Lori Wolfe, Jacobina Kunnen, Baron JD of Silicon Valley

Associate Executive Producers: Gabriel McCall, Alex Van Abel, Chris Black, Wes Harris, Sir Rob Wales of the Great Southern Land, Kevyn Silverman

Cover Art by Adam at Sea

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Start of Show
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Alex Jones Appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience
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8:11
The Oscars
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20:04
Michael Cohen Hearing by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform
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39:29
Evidence for Man-Made Global Warming Hits Gold Standard
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43:14
Producer Note: Severn Cullis-Suzuki at Rio Summit 1992
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47:49
Producer Note: Skipping School for a Political Agenda
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50:19
Ocasio-Cortez Cooking Livestream
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58:12
Kamala Harris Asked About The Green New Deal
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1:00:00
Bill Gates: Nuclear is Cheaper Than Coal in China
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1:10:14
Credits
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1:45:10
India vs. Pakistan
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1:52:58
Huawei Executive Defends 5G at Mobile World Congress
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1:56:08
The Wall Street Journal: How 5G Will Change So Much More Than Your Phone
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2:03:26
AC's Final OTG Strategy
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2:08:48
US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer Disagrees With Trump on the Meaning of a Memorandum of Understanding
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2:12:03
Univision Anchor Jorge Ramos Shortly Detained in Venezuela
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2:13:29
Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau Under Fire for Corruption Scandal
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2:16:35
Donations
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2:26:32
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:28:27
Trump-Kim Vietnam Summit
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2:31:29
US Government Sexual Deviants Blackmailing Scheme
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2:34:46
US Allegedly Considering Extending Temporary Protected Status to Venezuelans
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2:35:46
Pinterest Restricts Vaccine Search Results
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2:39:41
Measles Outbreak
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2:45:47
End of Show
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    where there will be no Zephyr today I'm
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    Jessie Dvorak what does that mean did we
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    lose is that for not not riding today is
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    it is it is it done as a close it's just
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    is it canceled for today Wow
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    because of the snowpack between
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    Sacramento and Truckee oh they can't
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    clear it snow on something new for the
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    tracks
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    it's your climate change ma'am get used
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    to it
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    I'm happy I'm here in Texas yes
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    snowpiercer Texas is gonna be great when
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    when the ice age comes great it'll be
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    more amenable let's put it that easy you
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    won't have those hot summers it's 45
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    degrees here again today's is cold for
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    us
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    that is cold mm-hmm well what a day
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    yesterday was I don't know about you I
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    had a I'm just that video bonanza oh
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    you're just talking about the Kohen
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    hearing no no that's just part of it I'm
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    watching the Kohen hearing which was
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    well we'll get into it but okay and I'm
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    watching I'm waiting and a certain
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    continue I don't know if you noticed
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    this but I did
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    why were they playing the Colin hearings
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    on network TV we'll gavel-to-gavel
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    because we didn't want anyone to know
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    that there was something happening in
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    North Korea sorry in Vietnam and then
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    the other thing was the real kind of the
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    guides to all this stuff is c-span and I
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    pointed this out in the newsletter
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    yes c-span ran it on c-span three that's
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    um
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    they thought of it at least it was on
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    c-span radio which is what it was on
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    c-span radio but that would be relegated
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    to just that yes I'm watching that in a
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    certain point I'm just like ah well
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    maybe AOC will be interesting which he
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    wasn't and then I get a frantic text
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    from Tina she's like OMG aleks Jones on
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    Joe Rogan 9 I just sat there and laughed
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    for a couple hours
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    they were so fantastic did you catch any
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    of that no I got zero oh my goodness
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    Alex Jones came on and he had a piece of
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    paper and it was every nutty thing he's
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    ever talked about every single one of
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    them and he went into great detail to
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    explain it was like four and a half
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    hours the whole podcast just went on and
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    on and on and on it was fantastic
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    I'm sure that Rogan alienated a lot of
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    his regular viewers but man it was high
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    no I don't know I was just like yeah
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    yeah yeah that's pretty much the way we
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    see it too yeah but he goes so fast that
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    you know no one can figure out what he's
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    doing what he says all wound up he had a
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    little bit on 5g which uh which I'll
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    play for this is just an example this
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    was in the beginning it only got worse
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    from here your family none of us are
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    gonna make it there's a post human error
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    coming
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    the breakaway civilization the deals
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    been made it's nothing it's not the
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    third dimension they've made fricking
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    deals with interdimensional aliens okay
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    and notice the media never because
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    that's the truth maybe this is true I do
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    not know this okay I do know this and
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    even these human Pig hybrids I get it by
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    the way that was that was one thing that
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    was interesting and it just came up a
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    couple of times so he has these lawsuits
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    against him for I guess some of it's an
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    emotional distress or harassment about
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    the Sandy Hook kids dying which he said
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    he always said that no no one died at
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    Sandy Hook and now his story is a little
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    different I don't have the clip because
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    was somewhere in that for four and a
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    half hours but he said well you know
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    because I live this stuff every single
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    day it's so easy for me to kind of you
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    know get into it and I'm just shooting
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    from the hip and you know I say stuff
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    it's not always what I believe and you
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    can hear him but he just said here in
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    this little bit in the beginning is
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    that's not my identity that's not I'm
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    sorry the kids died at Sandy Hook he's
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    really he's backpedaling on that in
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    anticipation of the lawsuit I think I
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    get it they admit 5g and all the studies
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    LA Times causes massive mutation and
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    cancer rattles your DNA apart all of our
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    kids are under attack you mean I'm a
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    trap for allowing 5g to come in this is
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    the new internet you know instead of
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    Huawei
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    he says wopo which i think is just as
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    good for allowing 5g to come in this is
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    the new internet you know about
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    human-animal hybrids with pigs and cows
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    there was that marijuana was necessary
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    so he I don't think I could take it but
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    I think it's funny though that Rogen is
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    just enough off the kind of the main you
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    know he's just not into things and
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    therefore he would think 5g is the new
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    internet standard you know he didn't eat
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    Rogen didn't even know that the governor
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    of Virginia was the same you know I had
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    had just the day before the KKK
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    blackface yearbook picture came out that
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    he had done this whole bit about live
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    birth babies who then you know would
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    maybe be resuscitated depending on what
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    the mother wanted and didn't he he
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    didn't know that he didn't know that
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    that that that had happened a and he
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    didn't know was the same guy so yeah and
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    and that made me think like wow you know
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    we we take a lot for granted what people
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    do or don't know when we just
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    and I think especially when they're
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    major players like Rogan yes I think
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    he'd know that he know that 5g is a
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    phone stand are not an internet standard
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    right well he's he does a lot of
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    stand-up shows he's got other things to
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    do he's not working 24/7 as stand-up yes
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    most of his work is on this show and you
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    think that just doing that show I don't
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    think you're right I think he doesn't
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    quite a lot of comedy shows he travels a
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    lot for that and when you when you're
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    traveling well ya do when you're
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    traveling you're screwed yeah hike me
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    let me see but you can read the paper
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    when you're on the plane you can read
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    the paper when you're sitting in the
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    greenroom
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    yes yeah it's fine if he doesn't want to
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    know these things don't see where he's
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    that's not why people would listen to a
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    show a show for the banter Friday March
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    15th March 22nd April 20th he's got a
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    week in between so yeah he could do
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    better do you have me on the show I've
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    never been invited heartbroken you're
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    not gonna get invited I know no I know
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    well maybe when my book comes out I'll
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    get my publicist to book me on the show
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    yeah okay no of course I have my phone
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    ringing for some unknown reason why
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    don't you fill while I go hang up on
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    these phonies well I'd rather listen to
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    what you're gonna say to the phonies
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    that seems a little more interesting
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    no okay and we're all alone people so
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    I'm just going to suggest that the next
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    topic will be the Oscars and I wonder if
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    John has any clips from the Oscars I
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    certainly don't because I thought the
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    show was boring it says Wireless caller
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    or somebody just hanging up now
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    did you take it off the hook did you
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    take the horn off it okay yes
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    only you can do that well I think we
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    should talk a little bit about I think
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    for one thing there was this semi
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    scandal about who they left off the off
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    the off the memorial yeah there was
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    quite quite a few big names and I love
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    that segment that's my favorite of any
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    award show did you sneak out of Stanley
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    Stanley Donen who did singing in the
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    rain and a bunch of other major movies
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    but he died just before the show so you
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    know they're gonna put him on the next
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    show but miss all semester was producer
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    in this from variety Arnold coppleson
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    who once he won the Best Picture for
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    Oliver Stone's platoon he also also the
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    did fugitive the the drill sergeant
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    Harley Harley Urmi from he was from met
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    for metal jacket he wasn't in there and
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    also that the Verne Troyer Verne me me
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    me yeah he wasn't listed I doesn't count
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    was racist racist against little people
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    Gary Kurtz Carol Channing that was a
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    surprise yeah so then I start looking at
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    some of the people they did put on and
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    I'm gonna name a few and I want you to
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    tell me what they were all first of all
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    they had for example on the list was
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    Glen Campbell who I never thought of as
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    a movie guy he didn't he did one big
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    movie didn't he well if he did one big
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    thing Gary Kurtz should've been on I'm
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    not arguing Jake LaMotta Wow they miss
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    him
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    no they put him others put him on what
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    Iman he's a boxer I'm sure he was in a
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    boxing movie no I demand this myth from
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    page six yeah she's dead you tell you
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    what they did that they were so
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    important to have to be on this list
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    okay and I don't want it to mean any of
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    these people I'm sorry they're not
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    around anymore but you don't know they
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    left off I want to know well mean that
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    don't lie you don't mean you care
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    Terry Goldberg Barry Goldberg no idea no
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    idea casting director huh
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    here's the bet you'd my all-time
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    favorite one Mike Mandel of the Mandel
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    sisters dolly grip hey that's an
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    important role man well I didn't does
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    every dolly grip anyone who's ever been
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    a dolly grip or a grip or a gaffer
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    should they be on this list on it only
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    the important ones
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    ah the slobbered Glickman yeah yeah I
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    think he deserves to be on the list that
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    lighting engineer yeah yeah Richard
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    Scott worked with him a lot Richard
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    Scott yeah I've worked with him
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    publicist no I didn't work now here's my
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    favorite one which is Rodolfo spec spec
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    noni a spec Oney uh catering was a he
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    was a documentary subject in the moon a
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    documentary called LD qua by Corrado
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    Franco he was the subject it was a it
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    was a study of the homeless and Italy or
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    something and this one guy was the main
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    character wasn't really an actor never
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    really been in the business do you know
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    what was going on but he got listed so
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    what is your point
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    Robert Marta camera operator you you act
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    so diminutive about the yeah I love the
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    camera operators I'm just saying if you
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    gonna leave out a major producer why
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    would you what do you care I mean does
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    anyone really care brought on to do
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    presenting i here's the thing do we
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    really need to analyze this show that is
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    just irrelevant i mean half the winners
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    are from netflix anyway it's not about
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    movies what was john lewis doing on this
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    show well john lewis was and this is the
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    interesting part for all the grief that
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    greenbook got because of course it's
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    racist and this is exactly what we
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    predicted that the millennials hate this
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    movie they hate Bohemian Rhapsody John
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    Lewis was an adviser a technical adviser
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    on green book
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    oh yeah oh yeah now the Millennials are
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    racists of course they are what was
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    Serena Williams doing on the show she's
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    awesome Wow let's put whatever Noah who
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    came out with his little he did a bit I
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    don't know what he was doing on the show
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    either is never know yes yeah he was a
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    voice in black panther he was a voice I
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    know too much about this I don't know
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    what's going on yeah you something wrong
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    with you so he comes on it does a very
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    kind of a funny sketch and then does
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    this little twist back thing which got a
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    lot of attention by the trades and other
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    media because it was I thought it was a
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    racist insult but okay let's play the
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    clip
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    [Music]
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    hurry
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    black panther maybe an african hero but
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    his story and his appeal are universal I
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    know this personally because of all the
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    people who constantly come up to me and
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    say what kind of forever everywhere in
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    the world my African friends are like
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    what kinda forever in France I've had
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    people say hello Trevor no how you say
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    what kinda forever no even backstage Mel
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    Gibson came up to me like Wakanda
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    forever he said another word after that
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    but the what kind of part was nice
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    growing up as a young boy in Wakanda I
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    would see kings of Halle flying over our
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    village and he would remind me of a
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    great fossa phrase a beluga by as
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    abundant Olga
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    which means in times like these we are
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    stronger when we fight together than
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    when we try to fight apart this is Best
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    Picture nominee black panther yeah all
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    right so you know the gag right no oh
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    I'm glad you don't know I don't know the
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    guy so that little cosa phrase he said
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    at the end mm-hmm actually translated to
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    White's won't know I'm lying really yeah
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    how nice of him yeah and I'm sure Mel
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    Gibson also sent him some cupcakes this
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    morning jeez yeah well yeah you know I
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    just don't see the relevance the ratings
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    weren't too bad actually they went up
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    which means your hosts suck like that
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    part I think Carson was okay as a host
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    and that was about it let's see so we
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    had all the anger over greenbook it was
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    the Royal Spike Lee who got all pissed
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    off which is if you've ever lived in New
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    York hello it's Spike Lee that's what he
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    does at the beginning when they started
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    off with the I thought it was I didn't
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    think the show got off to a good start
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    with the with the I liked the way they
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    presented the song from from Queen
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    with Adam Lambert who ate things yeah he
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    did the the
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    musical I think yeah yeah he's good so
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    at the beginning they started off but I
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    thought it was off-putting because they
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    did so many shots of the audience and
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    you saw these middle-aged farts you know
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    jerking around and clapping and going
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    their arms back and forth and doing the
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    boogie in the middle in the audience I
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    just look at these people because
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    they're all the first few rows are just
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    the most rich kind of isolated
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    celebrities in the world and the way
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    they're jerking around like they're part
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    of the scene you know they like they're
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    like they're in a beatnik Club you know
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    in the 50 I think you've hit on it I
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    think you've hit on it just grossed me
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    out you know we're at a tipping point
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    we're right at the edge is not gonna be
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    two minutes that's why I watch the in
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    memoriam segment I mean look at Brian
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    May and Roger Taylor from Queen I know
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    Roger Taylor I know I know Brian May
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    these guys look like a warrant they got
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    one foot in the grave you know with the
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    with it's really white white gray hair
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    and then the audience has the same these
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    old people they got to go we're just
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    kind of I think New Hollywood is just
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    waiting for these people to croak move
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    on move on I read a new complaint about
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    Bohemian Rhapsody bad by the way a lot
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    of people were wondering why it got best
  • 17:44
    editing because I thought it was kind of
  • 17:47
    a messy movie myself but then I thought
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    about was like oh yeah this is the one
  • 17:52
    that Bryan Singer directed you know 70%
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    of and then they had bring in somebody
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    else he got kicked off for being a creep
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    and being a creep in the past and just
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    being a creep and so some poor editor
  • 18:03
    who won the Oscar had to stitch all that
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    stuff together so I think that was kind
  • 18:08
    of an inside Hollywood deal saying call
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    man you really deserve this even though
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    it wasn't the best editing in my opinion
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    and of course I'm not a member of the
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    Academy but the big problem was in the
  • 18:19
    movie haha well you would just to stop
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    you there this is also an ode of
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    encouragement because this sort of thing
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    can happen at any time and they have to
  • 18:28
    bring in a pro to stitch things up yeah
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    and this is saying hey we will give you
  • 18:33
    an award if you do this
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    ooh good point it's coming in the store
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    if you come in and save the day yeah and
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    save save the save the purse yeah well
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    they all of this this you know I think
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    Bohemian Rhapsody got the most Awards I
  • 18:47
    think and I don't think so that's up
  • 18:52
    like pounds we got one extraordinary
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    could makeup awards and those just the
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    things but the the community is up in
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    arms about the Bohemian Rhapsody movie
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    because it does not correctly depict
  • 19:04
    Freddie Mercury as being bisexual and
  • 19:07
    the gall of doing that in the awards
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    week which fell in the same week is
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    bisexual Awareness Week Awareness Week
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    is a lot there's a lot of people in the
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    media to keep you got to keep looking at
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    back behind you all the time bisexual
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    awareness yet to be worried about
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    bisexual jumping yeah there's a lot yeah
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    there's a lot of people in the community
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    who feel that bisexuality is not a thing
  • 19:33
    that you don't really belong in the
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    LGBTQ or the LGBTQIA pique yeah it's
  • 19:41
    exactly just an opportunist
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    yeah exactly you can't have it both ways
  • 19:48
    yeah an opportunist at precisely
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    precisely opportunism week so yeah you
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    know let's that's kind of over now I
  • 19:57
    guess no one's talking about the Oscars
  • 19:58
    anymore it's done we just do it out of
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    politeness we had to because we said we
  • 20:02
    would correct correct
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    okay did you get anything from Cohen
  • 20:06
    because I watched him : oh really okay
  • 20:11
    go well short good I knew you would just
  • 20:14
    a couple of little deals here and there
  • 20:15
    nothing really let's just explain the
  • 20:18
    Splane cuz I did learn a few things we
  • 20:19
    set it up this is Michael Cohen he was
  • 20:22
    the president's personal lawyer he is
  • 20:25
    the one that would he's a fixer so we
  • 20:27
    take care of stuff and he paid off
  • 20:29
    stormy Daniels and the mcdougal woman
  • 20:33
    and interestingly and I know they really
  • 20:37
    looked at it and listened to him and
  • 20:39
    looked at some analysis he has been
  • 20:41
    convicted of five counts of tax fraud
  • 20:44
    that's his that's the end bank fraud
  • 20:46
    that's his main crime but
  • 20:48
    out of the goodness of his heart he
  • 20:50
    confessed to the crime of campaign
  • 20:56
    finance violations which is interesting
  • 20:59
    he did that because no one ever goes to
  • 21:02
    jail for campaign finance violations
  • 21:04
    what typically happens is you get a fine
  • 21:06
    and you have to return the money that's
  • 21:08
    happened with every president every
  • 21:10
    election that's happened yes Obama did
  • 21:13
    that yeah but it turns out if you listen
  • 21:16
    to the Napolitano types and these
  • 21:18
    right-wingers he's for his violation
  • 21:21
    wasn't illegal it wasn't exactly that's
  • 21:24
    my point
  • 21:25
    he didn't have to commit to that he
  • 21:27
    didn't have to do that but he is obvious
  • 21:30
    what he did
  • 21:31
    he did it to make it make Trump look bad
  • 21:33
    and and rule 35 of you know the Southern
  • 21:36
    District of New York or whatever if he
  • 21:38
    cooperates which he said many times I'm
  • 21:40
    here cooperating but that that really
  • 21:43
    was that was really telling where he
  • 21:46
    didn't he did it was no crime he didn't
  • 21:47
    have to confess to anything he wasn't
  • 21:49
    being charged with it and he said I I
  • 21:51
    admit to it I'm done Here I am locked me
  • 21:54
    up and now he kind of comes across as
  • 21:57
    all that I'm going to jail for for being
  • 21:59
    associated with the president's crimes
  • 22:01
    but it's really not his jail time is for
  • 22:04
    bank fraud and tax evasion but that was
  • 22:09
    the thing that I that I learned and
  • 22:10
    other than that I learned that the
  • 22:13
    Putin's penthouse that everyone was so
  • 22:15
    sure about Trump RDI he's already hooked
  • 22:18
    up Putin with a penthouse in the Trump
  • 22:21
    Moscow Tower and there was a Cohen
  • 22:24
    saying oh that was just a PR stunt there
  • 22:26
    was just to get people to sign up to be
  • 22:28
    a part of the of the residency yeah and
  • 22:33
    everything else okay let's play this the
  • 22:38
    introductory clip which is a gag order
  • 22:40
    this by one of the representatives green
  • 22:43
    and he was active out the fact that
  • 22:45
    apparently they had a there they were
  • 22:47
    out there was only a few things they
  • 22:49
    could talk about it was all outlined he
  • 22:51
    so he's gonna bust them on this and
  • 22:52
    grouse about it Thank You chairman
  • 22:54
    ranking member Jordan a chairman in this
  • 22:57
    committee of promise members of the
  • 22:58
    American people a fair and open process
  • 23:00
    yet
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    Democrats have vastly limited the scope
  • 23:03
    of this hearing they've issued a gag
  • 23:05
    order to try to tell members of this
  • 23:06
    committee what we can and cannot talk
  • 23:08
    about my colleagues on the other side of
  • 23:11
    the aisle claim that they want the truth
  • 23:12
    that they want transparency and fair
  • 23:15
    oversight yet the Democrats witness to
  • 23:17
    testify before Congress today is none
  • 23:20
    other than a scorned man who's going to
  • 23:23
    prison for lying to Congress let that
  • 23:25
    sink in he's going to prison for lying
  • 23:27
    to Congress and I never star witness to
  • 23:30
    Congress if you read the sentencing
  • 23:33
    report on mr. Cohen words like deceptive
  • 23:35
    and greedy are scattered throughout that
  • 23:38
    report it paints a picture of a
  • 23:40
    narcissist a bully who cannot tell the
  • 23:42
    truth whether it's about the president
  • 23:44
    or about his own personal life but today
  • 23:48
    he's the majority party's star witness
  • 23:50
    yeah so that was his little complaint
  • 23:55
    but this whole thing was that was kind
  • 23:56
    of the theme of the Republican side but
  • 23:58
    let's just a few details there's a 12
  • 24:00
    second clip 'la it is very short this is
  • 24:02
    the hearing on his book deal okay
  • 24:05
    you're a platform for you to continue to
  • 24:09
    lie and sensationalize and exaggerate
  • 24:12
    wherever it suits you do you plan to
  • 24:15
    pursue another book deal about your
  • 24:17
    experiences yes will you will you
  • 24:22
    promise not to sell your stories like no
  • 24:27
    yeah that was made pretty obvious yeah
  • 24:29
    he'll spend some time on the inside but
  • 24:31
    at least he's got something to come home
  • 24:33
    to yeah so he also in which I thought
  • 24:38
    was the funniest part is he took credit
  • 24:40
    Jordan actually asked him a couple of
  • 24:43
    times about this all right took credit
  • 24:45
    for Trump being the president yes he
  • 24:49
    invented the whole idea of a trump
  • 24:50
    presidency and then he said well yeah
  • 24:52
    maybe Trump thought about it in the past
  • 24:54
    he's always been thinking about it and
  • 24:55
    Roger stone takes more credit I mean
  • 24:58
    everybody takes credit for this but this
  • 24:59
    guy took all the credit and here's this
  • 25:01
    little explanation this is uh against
  • 25:04
    Trump brung calm yeah Wow 2011 was my
  • 25:09
    idea I saw a document in a newspaper
  • 25:12
    that said who'd you vote for in 2012
  • 25:15
    6% my people said Michael Michael Allen
  • 25:18
    6% of my people turned around and said
  • 25:21
    they'd vote for Donald Donald Trump as
  • 25:22
    president so I brought in his office and
  • 25:24
    I said to him mr. Trump take a look at
  • 25:27
    this as well wouldn't that be great and
  • 25:29
    with that is where it all started
  • 25:31
    yeah okay like I'm sure I'm sure he had
  • 25:35
    never thought of anything like that
  • 25:35
    until you came no I didn't tell me that
  • 25:39
    you didn't listen to this hearing and
  • 25:41
    from time to time think to yourself he
  • 25:44
    sounds just like Andrew Horowitz it
  • 25:48
    doesn't really oh there was a couple
  • 25:50
    couple of inta nations the way he said
  • 25:53
    stuff and like Horowitz I don't mean
  • 25:56
    just me just made it notice it or which
  • 25:59
    does sound like one of those brokers who
  • 26:00
    calls you up do that voice he does a lot
  • 26:05
    of voices yeah he does a great Bernie
  • 26:07
    but he doesn't of the guy which is he
  • 26:10
    claims as a guy in fact I talked to a
  • 26:12
    guy one of these guys on the phone once
  • 26:14
    because I wasn't gonna buy anything so I
  • 26:15
    started discussing with him his style of
  • 26:17
    sales and which is pretty hard to do
  • 26:21
    with these guys cuz they returned our
  • 26:22
    deadline and he says the combinate
  • 26:25
    there's a kind of got this ramallah gist
  • 26:26
    we're talking about guys who call you up
  • 26:28
    hey you want to buy some stock yeah it
  • 26:31
    goes like this it's pretty close
  • 26:48
    apparently it's a combination of a
  • 26:50
    Brooklyn and a Boston accent that
  • 26:52
    there's the absolute best and that sells
  • 26:54
    baby it sells itself so here's the now
  • 26:58
    there's the thing about the inaugural
  • 27:00
    which you talked about the Lib Joe's
  • 27:01
    believe that yeah my girl yeah they
  • 27:04
    think that because this would be the
  • 27:05
    emoluments clause well we don't know
  • 27:08
    because nobody seems to get it straight
  • 27:09
    there was one Democrat that came and
  • 27:11
    asked about the inaugural about
  • 27:13
    overcharging overcharging gouging and
  • 27:16
    charging at the hotel which is gouging
  • 27:18
    but but it didn't go anywhere and it
  • 27:21
    didn't give me any information we might
  • 27:23
    as well play this a short clip this is a
  • 27:24
    hearing inaugural question the rental
  • 27:27
    that was being
  • 27:28
    quoted was substantially even double
  • 27:31
    what you would expect to pay according
  • 27:34
    to what the market should bear and it's
  • 27:39
    an offense in a sense that the Trump
  • 27:41
    Hotel was up charging to the inaugural
  • 27:44
    even I couldn't afford to stay there me
  • 27:45
    yeah and so I'm just curious do you have
  • 27:49
    a sense of whether that kind of a
  • 27:51
    practice is something that is consistent
  • 27:55
    or inconsistent is it possible that that
  • 27:56
    kind of up charging could be done inside
  • 28:00
    a Trump operation it's the American Way
  • 28:06
    bro and stay in a hotel during a
  • 28:10
    convention yeah or go to Vegas during a
  • 28:13
    convention what I can say to you is I
  • 28:15
    wasn't part of the inaugural committee I
  • 28:19
    raised a lot of money for the
  • 28:20
    inauguration but I was not part of it
  • 28:23
    and there was a lot of things in that
  • 28:27
    actually that issue is something that's
  • 28:30
    also obviously we've read about in the
  • 28:32
    paper being investigated at the current
  • 28:34
    moment Thank You mr. Hagen's yeah geez
  • 28:37
    so what exactly would the idea be the
  • 28:40
    money was raised
  • 28:41
    it wasn't government money so weird
  • 28:44
    where's the violation oh here's what I I
  • 28:47
    don't know but I'm gonna tell you what I
  • 28:49
    think okay it's based on you know just
  • 28:52
    speculation and expertise and experience
  • 28:55
    well it would go like this
  • 28:57
    the second it's like a golf club scam
  • 29:01
    that they're Japanese Yakuza run you set
  • 29:05
    up the thing and you want to give the
  • 29:07
    you want to send some bribes over to the
  • 29:09
    president so we're gonna rent you this
  • 29:13
    suite at the Trump Hotel it's normally a
  • 29:18
    thousand because it's so crowded we're
  • 29:21
    gonna give it to you for ten thousand
  • 29:23
    dollars president will be very happy yes
  • 29:27
    okay so that's pretty much DC politics I
  • 29:32
    still don't see anything out of the
  • 29:34
    ordinary
  • 29:35
    yeah monuments claws baby
  • 29:38
    so Schultz was honest she's just a
  • 29:40
    debbie wasserman yeah yeah so here's her
  • 29:43
    little thing I kind of ended it when she
  • 29:46
    kind of flubbed but she has this meme
  • 29:49
    she keeps promoting and it was promoted
  • 29:50
    by Norah O'Donnell on CBS
  • 29:53
    when Norah O'Donnell says oh and then
  • 29:55
    Debbie wasserman-schultz spoken I don't
  • 29:57
    have this clip I wish I did and Norris
  • 29:59
    says she was she was the head of the
  • 30:01
    Democratic National Committee and was
  • 30:03
    ousted by the Russian leaks know how
  • 30:07
    about she was ousted for screwing Bernie
  • 30:09
    Sanders and trickery no no not of course
  • 30:13
    I'm sorry Russian leaks I'm sorry so we
  • 30:16
    have the same Russian leak meme death
  • 30:19
    Schultz herself promotes and I guess
  • 30:20
    she's buddies because she said I think
  • 30:22
    she's in New York a lot I mean she's
  • 30:25
    from Florida but she's in New York a lot
  • 30:26
    because one of our we have people yes
  • 30:30
    who see her who see her yes New York a
  • 30:34
    lot so this is her promoting the same
  • 30:37
    bullcrap theme that there's all the
  • 30:40
    Russians fault that she's not the head
  • 30:41
    of the DNC as you likely know I served
  • 30:43
    as the chair of the Democratic National
  • 30:44
    Committee at the time of the Russian
  • 30:46
    hacks and when Russia weaponized the
  • 30:49
    messages by the way this these are only
  • 30:51
    indictments these Russia hacks you know
  • 30:53
    this has not been proven in a court of
  • 30:55
    law this is only based upon Mueller's
  • 30:58
    indictment I don't think there's ever
  • 31:00
    been any any conclusive trial it was
  • 31:05
    stolen by Seth Seth rich rich that it
  • 31:09
    stolen but I want to be clear my
  • 31:12
    questions are not about the harm done to
  • 31:13
    any individual continuous comment that I
  • 31:18
    thought need to be heard in this
  • 31:20
    entirety as you likely know I served as
  • 31:22
    the chair of the Democratic National
  • 31:23
    Committee at the time of the Russian
  • 31:24
    hacks and when Russia weaponized the
  • 31:27
    messages that it had stolen but I want
  • 31:30
    to be clear my questions are not about
  • 31:32
    the harm done to any individual by
  • 31:34
    WikiLeaks and the Russians it's about
  • 31:36
    the possible and likely harm to the
  • 31:39
    United States of America and our
  • 31:41
    democracy your questions that I hope
  • 31:43
    will connect more of these dots mr.
  • 31:47
    Cohen is that your testimony that mr.
  • 31:48
    Trump had advanced knowledge of the
  • 31:50
    Russia WikiLeaks released the
  • 31:52
    DNC's emails it's a kid I cannot answer
  • 31:56
    that in a yes-or-no he had advanced
  • 31:59
    notice that there was going to be a dump
  • 32:01
    of emails but at no time did I hear the
  • 32:04
    specificity of what those emails were
  • 32:06
    going to be but you do testify today
  • 32:10
    that he had advanced knowledge of their
  • 32:12
    of their imminent release that that is
  • 32:16
    what I had stated in my testimony and
  • 32:18
    that he chaired that outcome yes ma'am
  • 32:21
    did mr. Trump likely shared this
  • 32:23
    information with his daughter Ivanka son
  • 32:25
    Don jr. or Jared Lee I'm not aware of
  • 32:28
    that was Ivanka Jared or Don jr. still
  • 32:32
    involved in the in the Russian Tower
  • 32:34
    deal at that time the company was
  • 32:36
    involved in the deal which meant that
  • 32:38
    the family was involved in the deal Jr
  • 32:44
    are involved in the run a little longer
  • 32:48
    because she laughs at herself for saying
  • 32:50
    rump I know she actually snapped a
  • 32:54
    little snicker at the end
  • 32:56
    yeah she's a I would have but the laugh
  • 32:59
    was mostly physical yeah okay that's
  • 33:01
    that's possible but I thought it was
  • 33:03
    funny
  • 33:03
    rump now something else something else
  • 33:05
    about this clip first of all the the the
  • 33:10
    Democrats I can just say in this case
  • 33:12
    the Democrats desperately want to get
  • 33:15
    Ivanka and Jared and anybody they can
  • 33:18
    from the family Don jr. and Eric and I
  • 33:21
    hope kimberly guilfoyle get everyone
  • 33:24
    after we have to talk to that we have
  • 33:26
    testified there was something else that
  • 33:29
    she mentioned in that oh yes so the
  • 33:33
    story I don't know if you have the clip
  • 33:34
    of that the story that Cohen told is
  • 33:38
    that he was in Trump's office and Roger
  • 33:41
    stone called and Trump put him on
  • 33:43
    speakerphone and and stone then said hey
  • 33:49
    boss boss the wiki leaks are gonna drop
  • 33:53
    it's gonna drop these emails and that's
  • 33:55
    that was his testimony as to how he
  • 33:57
    knows that Trump heard that directly
  • 33:58
    from Roger stone couple things
  • 34:02
    from what I understand this president
  • 34:04
    not only does he not use email not only
  • 34:07
    does he not text but I'm pretty sure he
  • 34:09
    doesn't put Roger stone on speakerphone
  • 34:11
    I don't think he puts anybody on
  • 34:13
    speakerphone
  • 34:14
    I don't think Roger stone would want
  • 34:16
    himself to be on speakerphone
  • 34:17
    certainly not with this news but in the
  • 34:20
    line of questioning
  • 34:21
    there was it was a you know the the date
  • 34:23
    say well hold on the time line was that
  • 34:26
    Trump knew about the the WikiLeaks
  • 34:29
    coming a week before it happened yeah
  • 34:32
    yes exactly WikiLeaks was tweeting it
  • 34:36
    him for a month yeah it was being
  • 34:39
    tweeted at month earlier yeah I know
  • 34:42
    this is a part that is real
  • 34:43
    head-scratcher cuz nobody not one of the
  • 34:46
    Republicans mentioned this ad I can
  • 34:48
    think of I will say that Cohan claims
  • 34:51
    that Trump only used the speakerphone no
  • 34:55
    he said he used it quite frequently
  • 34:57
    okay well man I because I'd listen to
  • 34:59
    them like now I know I don't think he's
  • 35:01
    talking shit with a guy look again
  • 35:03
    what a waste of time no the whole thing
  • 35:05
    to waste a network time now good
  • 35:10
    Seinfeld repeat anything I had had one
  • 35:14
    the other could buy the illegal
  • 35:15
    recordings that he did I didn't think
  • 35:18
    that was that not that interesting is
  • 35:19
    not except we have to play but I do have
  • 35:22
    the some of the end this is the only
  • 35:24
    clip I have the Cummings yes the only
  • 35:29
    one I have that's okay we'll play your
  • 35:30
    version it's didn't go all the way to
  • 35:33
    the end it just goes to the part that we
  • 35:35
    thought was that interesting producers
  • 35:37
    thought was interesting well then let me
  • 35:39
    play my clip it's about 20 seconds
  • 35:42
    longer has it because it is literally at
  • 35:44
    the end a better Donald Trump a better
  • 35:49
    United States of America and a better
  • 35:52
    world and I mean that from the deaths of
  • 35:54
    my heart
  • 35:55
    well we're dancing with the Angels the
  • 35:57
    question will be asked in 2019 what do
  • 36:01
    we do to make sure we kept our democracy
  • 36:04
    intact did we stand on the sidelines and
  • 36:07
    say nothing did we pay and I'm tired of
  • 36:10
    these statements saying they come people
  • 36:13
    coming here
  • 36:14
    Oh oh this is the first hearing it is
  • 36:16
    not the first hearing the first what
  • 36:19
    we've regard to prescription drugs
  • 36:21
    remember a little girl a lady said there
  • 36:24
    mr. Wortham her daughter died because
  • 36:28
    she could not get 333 voting rights
  • 36:39
    corruption in government come on now one
  • 36:45
    thing and we have got to get back to
  • 36:48
    normal with that yeah we hear your
  • 37:02
    comings come on now you know what Obama
  • 37:04
    used to say all the smiling though
  • 37:06
    oh well it's signalling this is the end
  • 37:09
    and this is bullcrap
  • 37:12
    that's like thanks for your atencion no
  • 37:15
    agenda people just wasted 18 hours of
  • 37:17
    your time that's what it's signaled yeah
  • 37:22
    it's you know at what point will the
  • 37:26
    news consuming public just gets so tired
  • 37:29
    of it it cannot last they couldn't even
  • 37:33
    do it with the damn airplane and I think
  • 37:35
    souls never found I mean that that's
  • 37:40
    they had they went on for a year at
  • 37:43
    least just about an airplane when
  • 37:46
    Reynolds was the guy I can't remember
  • 37:49
    his first name a very famous broadcaster
  • 37:51
    was the Randalls anyway he used to do
  • 37:55
    Nightline before Koppel came along and
  • 37:57
    ran though they did Nightline people at
  • 38:00
    ABC decided that when the hostage cried
  • 38:02
    I remember watching this the hostage
  • 38:04
    crisis took place in 1979 when the
  • 38:07
    Iranians stole our diplomats and tore
  • 38:11
    down our embassy in Tehran and they've
  • 38:16
    started this campaign we're gonna
  • 38:18
    broadcast it's exclusively about this
  • 38:21
    until it's resolved and it was the end
  • 38:24
    of him as a broadcaster
  • 38:30
    because they promised that they were in
  • 38:32
    a broadcast about this exclusively until
  • 38:35
    it was over in about six months into it
  • 38:39
    it wasn't gonna be over anytime soon
  • 38:42
    nobody was doing much about it these
  • 38:43
    poor people were stuck over there
  • 38:45
    and they showed that the ratings were
  • 38:48
    going through the tank and everything
  • 38:50
    they had to fire him and bring in Ted
  • 38:52
    Koppel pretty much it's not this kind of
  • 38:54
    a you know condensed form but that's
  • 38:57
    what happened and so the public only
  • 38:59
    puts up with stuff or if they put up
  • 39:02
    with them for six months I think it's a
  • 39:03
    miracle well this has been a little bit
  • 39:05
    longer than that it's just it kept on
  • 39:07
    going
  • 39:08
    well I think it's way you talk about the
  • 39:11
    airplane you talk about this Trump's
  • 39:12
    Trump stuff yeah well yeah yeah all of
  • 39:16
    that oh I hope so I'd like to see what
  • 39:19
    the ratings were for this dhola's
  • 39:21
    daytime stuff oh that's got to be
  • 39:23
    horrible
  • 39:23
    zero I can't it can't have been it
  • 39:28
    couldn't have been any good no way you
  • 39:41
    superstars to come into the s South by
  • 39:43
    Southwest
  • 39:44
    when is this I believe it is April
  • 39:50
    hmm why it's gonna be a mess it's always
  • 39:54
    a mess
  • 39:55
    it's nothing new there well we finally
  • 39:58
    done it John we hit the gold standard
  • 40:01
    okay good the gold standard and this was
  • 40:05
    wait big news for about an hour until
  • 40:07
    Trump tweeted something else and we now
  • 40:13
    know that the confidence that human
  • 40:17
    activities are raising the heat at
  • 40:19
    Earth's surface have reached a five
  • 40:22
    Sigma level excuse me five Sigma level
  • 40:30
    in case you were wondering that is a
  • 40:33
    statistical gauge meaning there is only
  • 40:35
    a one in a million chance that signal
  • 40:39
    would appear if there was no warming
  • 40:41
    this is the gold standard previously
  • 40:45
    applied in 2012 to confirm the discovery
  • 40:49
    of the Higgs boson subatomic particle
  • 40:52
    mean when they tried to create the black
  • 40:54
    hole for us all to die in yeah failed so
  • 40:57
    this is this is it they've they've
  • 40:59
    played their last card and and this is
  • 41:04
    going to be very worrying because now
  • 41:05
    they're saying not only is it 97 percent
  • 41:07
    of all scientists which actually think I
  • 41:10
    saw this morning of all climate
  • 41:12
    researching scientists at Sun this
  • 41:14
    almost backtrack that's no good so it's
  • 41:17
    closer to the truth so now it's not 97
  • 41:20
    percent this is 99.99999% certain that
  • 41:26
    they are right that humans are causing
  • 41:29
    global discrimination this is what
  • 41:35
    governing body the Nature climate chain
  • 41:40
    oh wait I'm sorry who are these people
  • 41:42
    called Lawrence Livermore National
  • 41:46
    Laboratory in California
  • 41:49
    Lloris Livermore labs mm-hmm made this
  • 41:53
    Proclamation yes or some guy from it
  • 41:56
    we me that did some guy from it the labs
  • 41:59
    yeah here's the guy luckily here's the
  • 42:01
    guy he the guys name is uh luckily I
  • 42:05
    have friends within this organization oh
  • 42:07
    good I'm sure they listen to the show
  • 42:10
    all the time
  • 42:11
    I'm sure they don't yeah lead author
  • 42:16
    Benjamin santur or Santer lead author of
  • 42:20
    the study how do you suppose named sa NT
  • 42:22
    er Benjamin santur but the news came out
  • 42:26
    of Oslo so I guess they have some
  • 42:27
    Institute with huh should be coming out
  • 42:31
    of Livermore III here yeah I'm just
  • 42:33
    saying this is but this is a it's not
  • 42:34
    just one place I mean these are the top
  • 42:37
    gold standard scientists from all over
  • 42:40
    the globe and they all agree 99.9999%
  • 42:44
    one in a million
  • 42:46
    could they be wrong one in a million
  • 42:48
    chance now you know that's just crazy
  • 42:52
    Kenny mints can't even think about it
  • 42:53
    they just write shut up it's all over
  • 42:56
    and one of our producers huh it's where
  • 42:59
    he came from where perfect perfect the
  • 43:12
    p-value guys yeah we know all about that
  • 43:14
    now one of our producers sent us a nice
  • 43:16
    note and he does video production in
  • 43:19
    fact he says that the production that I
  • 43:21
    was so wowed by in was at the Samsung
  • 43:24
    Galaxy 10 5g with that said it was crazy
  • 43:28
    that was better than an apple an Apple
  • 43:30
    event so he says that his company
  • 43:32
    produced that and they also produced
  • 43:33
    this like awareness teaching center in
  • 43:38
    nuclear facilities where kids and then
  • 43:42
    your class can go in and learn about
  • 43:44
    nuclear energy and he mentioned that
  • 43:47
    when he was making the you know this
  • 43:49
    exhibit which you know it's it's pretty
  • 43:50
    elaborate this hands-on stuff yeah
  • 43:52
    that's one of those things kids do a
  • 43:53
    field trip to and he mentioned that when
  • 43:57
    he was putting that together the company
  • 43:59
    that had hired his company said well you
  • 44:02
    really should look at the persuasion of
  • 44:04
    this won't this a girl Severn Suzuki in
  • 44:08
    Rio in now this
  • 44:10
    was 1992 this is one we're just getting
  • 44:12
    started with climate change but also a
  • 44:15
    great moment in history of abusing kids
  • 44:18
    to present a message and I'm just gonna
  • 44:22
    play a minute of it because as I was
  • 44:24
    listening to what this kid is saying
  • 44:25
    it's the same thing you hear from the
  • 44:28
    starlight movement or that starlight the
  • 44:31
    sunrise movement the aoc green New Deal
  • 44:34
    kids it's all exactly the same but she
  • 44:37
    had this one little bit in here that
  • 44:38
    made me think for a second at school
  • 44:40
    even in kindergarten you teach us how to
  • 44:43
    behave in the world
  • 44:44
    you teach us to not to fight with others
  • 44:47
    to work things out to respect others to
  • 44:51
    clean up our mess not to hurt other
  • 44:54
    creatures to share not be greedy then
  • 44:57
    why do you go out and do that do the
  • 44:59
    things you tell us not to do do not
  • 45:02
    forget why you're attending these
  • 45:04
    conferences who you're doing this for we
  • 45:08
    are your own children you are deciding
  • 45:10
    what kind of a world we are growing up
  • 45:12
    in parents should be able to comfort
  • 45:15
    their children by saying everything's
  • 45:16
    going to be alright it's not the end of
  • 45:19
    the world and we're and we're doing the
  • 45:21
    best we can but I don't think you can
  • 45:24
    say that to us anymore are we even on
  • 45:26
    your list of priorities my dad always
  • 45:29
    says you are what you do not what you
  • 45:32
    say well what you do makes me cry at
  • 45:36
    night you grown ups say you love us but
  • 45:39
    I challenge you please make your actions
  • 45:42
    reflect your words thank you so I think
  • 45:48
    what all the kid didn't write that no of
  • 45:51
    course not as I said it was the first
  • 45:52
    you know a good moment in time of child
  • 45:55
    abuse for you know for political means
  • 45:57
    but what I find interesting is that in
  • 46:00
    today's age where every kid has you know
  • 46:03
    is connected not every kid but most kids
  • 46:04
    are connected they're gonna start and
  • 46:07
    see through the game because this kid is
  • 46:09
    right you teach your kids be nice be
  • 46:12
    kind to other human beings be kind of
  • 46:14
    animals but meanwhile all they see all
  • 46:17
    day is the shit show that is the real
  • 46:19
    world
  • 46:19
    it's on Twitter it's like this is not a
  • 46:22
    prai's so when you have politicians like
  • 46:26
    the gray-haired ones we've been talking
  • 46:27
    about jitan no different from the people
  • 46:29
    of the Academy Awards who for decades
  • 46:32
    have been using fear-mongering it's
  • 46:35
    paying off but you're in trouble now
  • 46:37
    because now we have only 12 years left
  • 46:41
    to live we're going to die children
  • 46:44
    don't even want to have children anymore
  • 46:46
    because of the reports the hype the
  • 46:50
    hyperbole this the the constant verbal
  • 46:53
    diarrhea with fear-mongering that my
  • 46:56
    generation like okay you John your
  • 46:58
    generation didn't dry it during drop and
  • 47:01
    cover you know we we know what this is
  • 47:03
    but today's generation it's working on
  • 47:06
    them and I have some expanded clips from
  • 47:09
    the short one you might have switches by
  • 47:11
    the way this generation I think it
  • 47:14
    probably extends into the Millennials
  • 47:16
    yes I would agree are also proud of
  • 47:19
    themselves for being and I was told this
  • 47:21
    when they were when my kids were younger
  • 47:23
    quote-unquote we're immune Joe oh my god
  • 47:29
    no they may be immune to advertising but
  • 47:32
    their their info gates are wide open to
  • 47:35
    messaging and it's just slipping right
  • 47:37
    in and then you get results and the
  • 47:39
    results don't stick in some classroom
  • 47:41
    where a teacher says you know shut up or
  • 47:43
    sit down or whatever
  • 47:44
    no it's encouraged you have everyone's
  • 47:48
    in on the game in fact we got a note
  • 47:50
    here from one of our today off kids yes
  • 47:53
    one of our teachers and because we were
  • 47:55
    talking about that is saying you can't
  • 47:57
    just take the day off teachers just
  • 47:59
    can't do those and and this teacher is
  • 48:04
    producer Nathan was okay to use his name
  • 48:06
    of sweet is note so I've emailed a few
  • 48:08
    times about education conversations I
  • 48:09
    want to drop a note about the sunrise
  • 48:11
    people in student protests the fact that
  • 48:13
    a teacher skip school with their
  • 48:14
    students is ridiculous
  • 48:16
    the teachers either doing this illegally
  • 48:18
    or with the permission of the
  • 48:20
    administrator either way it's beyond the
  • 48:22
    scope to say the least I teach you one
  • 48:24
    of the most liberal schools in
  • 48:25
    Washington State which is saying
  • 48:27
    something and I would never be allowed
  • 48:29
    to skip school with my students to
  • 48:31
    fulfill some kind of political agenda as
  • 48:33
    teachers we are legally liable for the
  • 48:35
    action and physical well-being I also
  • 48:37
    need to tell you a quick story because I
  • 48:39
    think you'll enjoy this I teach high
  • 48:40
    school biology and thankfully I do my
  • 48:42
    job well I teach my kids to calm down
  • 48:45
    not to worry about the environment and
  • 48:47
    things they can't control I had a
  • 48:48
    student interrupt me and asked do you
  • 48:50
    believe in climate change I looked at
  • 48:53
    her and just decided I'm tired of giving
  • 48:55
    an F so I said no I don't believe I
  • 48:58
    don't need to believe anything climate
  • 48:59
    is not a religion which i think is a
  • 49:01
    great answer by the way if someone says
  • 49:03
    do you believe in climate change no I
  • 49:06
    don't it's not a religion the next day
  • 49:08
    in my science meeting one of the other
  • 49:11
    teachers waited for a quiet moment and
  • 49:13
    asked in front of all the other teachers
  • 49:15
    Nathan I heard from a student that you
  • 49:18
    don't believe in global warming can that
  • 49:20
    be true I just looked at him and said
  • 49:23
    yes it's true the room paused everyone
  • 49:27
    looked at me with shock
  • 49:28
    another teacher said explain which I
  • 49:32
    responded with no I quietly packed my
  • 49:35
    stuff and said I knew this would happen
  • 49:36
    and I didn't appreciate it and walked
  • 49:38
    out the first teacher followed me to my
  • 49:40
    room to ask more questions where I
  • 49:42
    ripped into him about how unprofessional
  • 49:44
    and immature he acted believe it or not
  • 49:45
    he ended up apologizing the next day and
  • 49:48
    he agreed that he had overstepped I
  • 49:49
    share that with you because they're
  • 49:51
    crazy teachers but there are plenty of
  • 49:52
    us standing for truth I work hard to
  • 49:56
    teach my students one what we got here
  • 49:58
    is I work hard to teach my students
  • 50:04
    about the realities of this world and
  • 50:06
    take a positive approach the vast
  • 50:08
    majority majority of teachers are simply
  • 50:10
    teaching what is given to them the real
  • 50:11
    issue is Pearson review and higher ed
  • 50:14
    yeah no kidding it's all it's all in the
  • 50:18
    system my friend so anyway so we have
  • 50:20
    these kids who have been indoctrinated
  • 50:23
    and they're really believing it and it's
  • 50:25
    not hard to believe you're going to die
  • 50:27
    if that's all you hear your entire life
  • 50:29
    to this day and then you obviously
  • 50:32
    whether she's sincere or not when you
  • 50:35
    have a OC jumping into the mix and
  • 50:37
    confirming it it's only going to get
  • 50:40
    worse our planet is going it this is an
  • 50:43
    she did an Instagram link the cooking
  • 50:46
    Instagram you know the kind that
  • 50:47
    Elizabeth Warren only dreams of
  • 50:49
    she's makin chili which she made with
  • 50:51
    sweet potato
  • 50:52
    I don't think belongs in Chile might be
  • 50:58
    some sort of Puerto Rican thing or
  • 51:00
    something could be cubes Robbie does not
  • 51:04
    belong in there but it might be good
  • 51:05
    worth worth asking so here she is our
  • 51:09
    planet is going a disaster if we don't
  • 51:13
    turn the ship around and so it's
  • 51:16
    basically like there's scientific
  • 51:17
    consensus that the lives of children are
  • 51:20
    gonna be very difficult and it does lead
  • 51:23
    this is a great new twist instead of
  • 51:26
    saying there's scientific consensus that
  • 51:28
    humans are heating up the planet with
  • 51:30
    our with it you know with cow farts and
  • 51:32
    our own farts and talking like on a
  • 51:33
    podcast in trouble she says that there's
  • 51:36
    scientific consensus kids aren't going
  • 51:39
    to have it easy there's no scientific
  • 51:42
    consensus - yes very very smart little
  • 51:47
    move that the lives of children are
  • 51:50
    going to be very difficult roll it back
  • 51:52
    our planet is going a big disaster if we
  • 51:57
    don't turn the ship around and so it's
  • 51:59
    basically like there's scientific
  • 52:01
    consensus that the lives of children are
  • 52:04
    gonna be very difficult and it does lead
  • 52:07
    I think young people to have a
  • 52:10
    legitimate question you know should is
  • 52:13
    it okay to still have children if you
  • 52:16
    have a chance go back and look at that
  • 52:18
    video where she says this line the way
  • 52:21
    she says it the way she tilts her head
  • 52:23
    the way she looks there is something
  • 52:26
    about it that it looks like she's been
  • 52:28
    trained to do this professionally it was
  • 52:30
    just one of the best glances of ever
  • 52:33
    seen her make almost like saying those
  • 52:36
    of you in the know you know what I'm
  • 52:38
    doing but it wasn't quite that I just if
  • 52:40
    you can see it take a look at it and I
  • 52:42
    mean not on just financially because
  • 52:45
    people are graduating with 2030 a
  • 52:48
    hundred thousand dollars for those two
  • 52:49
    loan cat so they can't even afford to
  • 52:52
    have kids in the house but also just
  • 52:56
    this basic moral question like what do
  • 52:58
    we do and and even if you don't have
  • 53:00
    kids there are still children here in
  • 53:02
    the world and we have a moral obligation
  • 53:04
    to them and to leave a better world for
  • 53:06
    them and this idea that if we just you
  • 53:10
    know I've been working on this for X
  • 53:12
    amount of years bullshit what am i X
  • 53:14
    amount of years she was a waitress there
  • 53:17
    was a bartender half okay guys thank you
  • 53:22
    you're right X but laughs you're right
  • 53:26
    it's like we need a universal sense of
  • 53:30
    urgency and people are trying to like
  • 53:33
    introduce watered-down proposals that
  • 53:36
    are frankly going to kill us kill us
  • 53:40
    we're going to die a lack of urgency is
  • 53:44
    going to kill us it doesn't matter this
  • 53:45
    is yeah if she if she doesn't mean this
  • 53:49
    it's extremely irresponsible she is the
  • 53:53
    leader of the new voting public she's
  • 53:56
    telling them they're going to die and
  • 53:58
    we'll have to switch my disdain from
  • 54:01
    dianne feinstein to aoc if she keeps
  • 54:03
    this crap up if you agree that climate
  • 54:06
    change is an important issue if at this
  • 54:09
    point doesn't matter if you if you
  • 54:12
    believe climate change is a problem
  • 54:13
    that's not even the issue it's the issue
  • 54:17
    is how urgently you feel we need to fix
  • 54:20
    it all right so then you know she's
  • 54:22
    doing this Instagram and people ask
  • 54:23
    questions who maybe was a periscope and
  • 54:25
    you know tell her what is the green new
  • 54:27
    deal tell us yeah everyone I'm making
  • 54:29
    chili away someone said please explain
  • 54:32
    the green new deal thank you for asking
  • 54:36
    so the whole price of the green new deal
  • 54:40
    is that we're screwed I'm climbing I'm
  • 54:46
    sorry to break it to you if we do
  • 54:48
    nothing there is no hope
  • 54:51
    period that's just a principle across
  • 54:53
    the board that's just a principle across
  • 54:55
    the board if you do nothing there's no
  • 54:57
    hope period across the board baby to
  • 55:03
    crow a principle across the board I've
  • 55:05
    never heard this expression I like it
  • 55:07
    pull across the board if we do not act
  • 55:09
    there is no hope the only time we can
  • 55:12
    hope is when we act but when it comes to
  • 55:14
    climate in particular we're actually
  • 55:17
    screwed there is a global threat to the
  • 55:20
    planet a global threat and at this point
  • 55:24
    we don't even have to prove it just walk
  • 55:26
    outside in winter in a lot of places and
  • 55:29
    it's either way worse than you're used
  • 55:31
    to or way warmer than you're used to
  • 55:34
    I like huddle crap I like how cold is
  • 55:38
    worse and warmer is just warmer instead
  • 55:41
    if it's either way worse or it's way
  • 55:43
    worse so what is it in this case I've
  • 55:46
    been here longer than she has on the
  • 55:49
    globe and I've been in an area probably
  • 55:53
    too long so I've really used to it's
  • 55:56
    changes over the years and the fact that
  • 55:58
    it snowed in 1972 and I'm not seeing
  • 56:05
    anything that these people are talking
  • 56:06
    about it doesn't exist
  • 56:08
    they're deluded I can look out the
  • 56:10
    window and there's the mud flats that
  • 56:12
    have been here for over a hundred years
  • 56:13
    not one inch extra of water it's just
  • 56:17
    like I can't see well everybody can't
  • 56:19
    just notice that you know it's almost
  • 56:21
    like people come to San Francisco and
  • 56:24
    they're here for the bay area they're
  • 56:26
    here for like I don't know maybe four or
  • 56:30
    five years even after four or five years
  • 56:32
    every July 4th when the fog rolls in and
  • 56:35
    ruins the fireworks every year forever
  • 56:40
    this oh god this is terrible it's
  • 56:43
    getting worse no cold it is in July
  • 56:47
    Marcus we talked about being cold in
  • 56:49
    July in the 1800s hey how about the guy
  • 56:53
    in the in the in the eighteen 1802 went
  • 56:57
    to California and wrote about the fire
  • 56:59
    and the brimstone is hell on earth
  • 57:04
    burning down but but AOC is saying
  • 57:06
    something I think the truth wants to
  • 57:08
    come out or maybe suggest an idiot which
  • 57:10
    I don't think I know you think it's all
  • 57:11
    say it before you do she says you can
  • 57:14
    prove it to yourself just go outside
  • 57:16
    it's either way worse or warmer implying
  • 57:21
    that global cooling which i think is
  • 57:23
    really upon us is way worse than global
  • 57:25
    warming she doesn't say both are bad
  • 57:28
    prove it just walk outside in winter in
  • 57:32
    a lot of places either way worse than
  • 57:34
    you're used to or way warmer than you're
  • 57:38
    used to hurricanes storms wildfires we
  • 57:42
    are dying now be careful though she is
  • 57:49
    so hated and so it acts you know Fox
  • 57:52
    News right wing everybody not to you I'm
  • 57:59
    not worried about it because the
  • 58:01
    Democrat Party will take care of her
  • 58:05
    won't put up with this well it's all
  • 58:08
    she's off message she's not on the team
  • 58:11
    let's listen to presidential hopeful
  • 58:15
    Kamala Harris regarding the green New
  • 58:18
    Deal see if she's on message you cast
  • 58:20
    yourself on the campaign trail as a
  • 58:22
    truth teller you say we need to tell
  • 58:23
    truth what do you say or tell me if you
  • 58:26
    think this is fair that I should talk to
  • 58:27
    Democratic voters they're hungry and
  • 58:29
    they want ideas and so you'll hear
  • 58:31
    things like the green New Deal you hear
  • 58:32
    things like Medicare for all well you're
  • 58:35
    hear things like whether it's taxes
  • 58:36
    you'll hear things at what point you say
  • 58:39
    that's our North Star but we have to be
  • 58:41
    realists we there's no question we have
  • 58:43
    to be practical but being practical also
  • 58:46
    recognizes that climate change is an
  • 58:48
    existential threat to us as human beings
  • 58:50
    being practical recognizes that
  • 58:53
    greenhouse gas emissions are threatening
  • 58:55
    our air and it's threatening the planet
  • 58:58
    and that it is well within our capacity
  • 59:00
    as human beings to change our behaviors
  • 59:02
    in a way that we can reduce its effects
  • 59:04
    that's practical can we afford it of
  • 59:07
    course we have three trillion dollars a
  • 59:10
    year for medicare-for-all by some
  • 59:11
    studies I don't do any which portions of
  • 59:13
    the green new do you pick to do first
  • 59:14
    that's money did you know what the
  • 59:17
    Republicans are going to say
  • 59:17
    tax-and-spend liberals pie-in-the-sky
  • 59:19
    one of the things that I admire and
  • 59:21
    respect is the measurement that is
  • 59:24
    captured in three letters are a lie
  • 59:26
    what's the return on the investment
  • 59:28
    people in the private sector understand
  • 59:30
    this really well it's not about a cost
  • 59:32
    it's about an investment and then the
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    question should be is it worth the cost
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    in terms of the investment potential are
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    we gonna get back more than we put in so
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    Mayor Bloomberg the amy klobuchar
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    some of your potential fellow Democrats
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    say no it's too much it's too ambitious
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    it's too expensive you think they're
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    wrong I look forward to that debate on
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    the debate stage I look forward to it
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    very much okay we'll see how you do on
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    that debate stage but she takes the
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    financial route and this was discussed
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    the only only like five weeks ago and I
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    think was Stanford University
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    Bill Gates was there for there was the
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    portable regeneration no it's like some
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    like portable energy conference it
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    doesn't matter but he was the main guest
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    one of those sitting on stage two chairs
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    Kara Swisher type deal and he really
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    goes off on the current thinking which
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    is the Camilla Harris thinking here and
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    that kind of steers the conversation
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    quite abruptly and righteously towards
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    nuclear we have to remember he's a huge
  • 1:00:45
    huge investor yes a nuclear so whatever
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    he says is tainted well it's by the way
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    before you play this clip I was thinking
  • 1:00:57
    about this - oh the anti-nuke stuff we
  • 1:01:01
    got some notes from one of our producers
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    you know these guys are boneheads isn't
  • 1:01:05
    it the nuke industry and we're talking
  • 1:01:08
    because I asked one of them well you
  • 1:01:10
    have a number of people in the business
  • 1:01:12
    yes including Syrah - oh yes and they're
  • 1:01:18
    all befuddled by the two things one
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    China's building 71 nukes yeah we don't
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    talk about that in this country and dad
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    never been the medium media doesn't talk
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    about it
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    no dude their goal in meanwhile France
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    is shutting airs down because they're
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    stupid Germany's shut theirs down and
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    Germany already shut theirs down
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    and so there's a there's almost as
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    though there's a propaganda thing maybe
  • 1:01:41
    maybe it's run by the Chinese to screw
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    us help us what Trump says about global
  • 1:01:48
    warming is he doesn't say it anymore but
  • 1:01:50
    he said it a long time ago yeah nice ah
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    could be but they say that's because all
  • 1:01:59
    you can get into into uranium stocks
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    mining stocks dirt cheap
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    now that's like hold on it's a buyers
  • 1:02:07
    market we got to go back to the to the
  • 1:02:10
    origin of the problem China Syndrome we
  • 1:02:15
    need to go to Three Mile Island we have
  • 1:02:17
    to look at Chernobyl and the after look
  • 1:02:18
    at Fukushima the same thing that has
  • 1:02:21
    been happening with this climate change
  • 1:02:22
    bullcrap has happened to nuclear and if
  • 1:02:25
    to some degree people were right
  • 1:02:28
    rightfully worried about okay what
  • 1:02:30
    happens with this stuff well then this
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    stop you again
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    guys like alex jones who's on you know
  • 1:02:38
    spending all this time on Rogen show and
  • 1:02:40
    doing his other thing who's you know he
  • 1:02:42
    seems like a reasonable guy about a lot
  • 1:02:43
    of this stuff he sees anti-nuke oh i'm
  • 1:02:47
    gonna be selling you iodine pills
  • 1:02:48
    because fukushima's gonna be washing up
  • 1:02:51
    on the california shores that's called
  • 1:02:53
    the business model well it's pretty
  • 1:02:58
    insincere if you ask me so i can't
  • 1:03:00
    believe a word the guy says well we have
  • 1:03:02
    always been proponents of nuclear we see
  • 1:03:05
    the benefits and if you look at a real
  • 1:03:06
    cost benefit analysis or you know what
  • 1:03:10
    or SWOT analysis let's do that one
  • 1:03:12
    strengthless strength weakness
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    opportunity and threat yeah you know
  • 1:03:16
    some of these well gates actually
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    addresses this in this clip so i'm just
  • 1:03:21
    gonna let it play and then i have two of
  • 1:03:22
    them actually but this is the first one
  • 1:03:24
    a lot of people are very optimistic as
  • 1:03:26
    you know with wind and sold the
  • 1:03:28
    renewables cost coming down the battery
  • 1:03:31
    costs are coming down you think that's
  • 1:03:33
    enough or is so disappointing I mean
  • 1:03:38
    really the vast lobby yesterday he said
  • 1:03:46
    okay here's Tokyo twenty seven million
  • 1:03:48
    people you have three days of a cyclone
  • 1:03:52
    basically every year it's twenty two
  • 1:03:54
    gigawatts rate over three days you know
  • 1:03:59
    tell me what battery solution is going
  • 1:04:04
    to sit there and provide that power I
  • 1:04:07
    mean let's not joke around your multiple
  • 1:04:10
    orders of magnitudes you know Oh a
  • 1:04:12
    hundred dollars per kilowatt hour that's
  • 1:04:15
    nothing that doesn't solve the
  • 1:04:16
    reliability problem and remember
  • 1:04:18
    electricity is twenty five percent of
  • 1:04:21
    greenhouse gas emissions whenever we
  • 1:04:23
    came up with this term clean energy I
  • 1:04:24
    think it's screwed up people's minds cuz
  • 1:04:26
    they didn't now they don't understand I
  • 1:04:28
    was at this conference in New York I
  • 1:04:30
    won't name it and they were saying all
  • 1:04:32
    these financial guys got on stage and
  • 1:04:34
    said oh we're gonna rate companies in
  • 1:04:37
    terms of their co2 output we're gonna
  • 1:04:38
    say this company puts out a lot of co2
  • 1:04:41
    and financial markets are magical when
  • 1:04:44
    all of a sudden the co2 will stop being
  • 1:04:46
    emitted and I was like okay how do you
  • 1:04:48
    make
  • 1:04:48
    Steele do you do guys on Wall Street do
  • 1:04:51
    you have something in your desks that
  • 1:04:53
    make steel what where's the fertilizer
  • 1:04:56
    cement plastic where's it pointing to
  • 1:04:59
    come from you know do planes fly through
  • 1:05:01
    the sky because if some number you put
  • 1:05:03
    on a spreadsheet the the madness of this
  • 1:05:08
    so-called finance is the solution I
  • 1:05:11
    don't yet I just don't get that there is
  • 1:05:15
    no substitute for how the industrial
  • 1:05:19
    economy runs today right and that's you
  • 1:05:23
    know that's something that you know
  • 1:05:24
    we're always just told about drive an
  • 1:05:26
    electric car that's all I need to do
  • 1:05:28
    drive an electric car and everything
  • 1:05:30
    else to be fine we won't be using all
  • 1:05:32
    these fossil fuels and of course we are
  • 1:05:35
    because you can't do all these things
  • 1:05:36
    that he spoke about and here's what he
  • 1:05:38
    sees in the future expensive in fact in
  • 1:05:41
    the u.s. nuclear is not even close to
  • 1:05:46
    being competitive it's probably a factor
  • 1:05:48
    of four or five non-competitive the key
  • 1:05:50
    parameters in a nuclear build are how
  • 1:05:53
    long it takes to build what your
  • 1:05:55
    interest rate of your money is and maybe
  • 1:05:58
    some of the certainty factor of whether
  • 1:06:00
    you get stopped or not and so in China
  • 1:06:03
    those numbers are basically three to
  • 1:06:05
    four years and two percent whereas in
  • 1:06:07
    the u.s. they're maybe eight to nine
  • 1:06:10
    years fifteen percent and maybe 50
  • 1:06:12
    percent chance you'll get shut down
  • 1:06:14
    before you get started so when you're
  • 1:06:16
    competing with super cheap natural gas
  • 1:06:18
    there's no way also current designs are
  • 1:06:22
    although per output it's the safest form
  • 1:06:26
    of energy ever created more than say
  • 1:06:29
    natural gas lines that blow up in
  • 1:06:31
    neighborhoods or coal mines that you
  • 1:06:33
    know create particulate that's not good
  • 1:06:35
    for health it because it happens in
  • 1:06:38
    Chernobyl like events it
  • 1:06:41
    it's unfortunate those designs that have
  • 1:06:44
    high pressure and they don't have a good
  • 1:06:46
    heat pool and they require operators to
  • 1:06:48
    actually look at lights and do things
  • 1:06:50
    it's a pathetic design and yet it hasn't
  • 1:06:54
    been changed it hasn't been redone in
  • 1:06:56
    the digital age where we can
  • 1:06:59
    massively simplify it make sure there's
  • 1:07:01
    no pressure anywhere which force you to
  • 1:07:04
    in our case of sodium pool design so
  • 1:07:08
    it's on paper which is where it exists
  • 1:07:11
    in this incredible simulation this thing
  • 1:07:13
    is in phenomenal incredible an end of
  • 1:07:16
    so-called fourth generation nuclear it's
  • 1:07:18
    the only well-funded project even so you
  • 1:07:22
    know it requires the US and China to
  • 1:07:24
    work together how's that going
  • 1:07:27
    it requires a lot of patient capital but
  • 1:07:32
    nuclear in China is cheaper than coal
  • 1:07:35
    aha I propose a summit between Bill
  • 1:07:39
    Gates and AOC oh do you mess I know bill
  • 1:07:45
    well enough he would walk away wouldn't
  • 1:07:48
    he walked right out of the room after
  • 1:07:49
    after one minute well if he ever got in
  • 1:07:53
    the room right this shift she shut up
  • 1:07:59
    and listened he might talk to her but
  • 1:08:01
    that doesn't seem like it even a that's
  • 1:08:04
    a non-starter but this is good
  • 1:08:05
    information he's giving out yeah I agree
  • 1:08:09
    I think maybe that bill could be since
  • 1:08:12
    he's really you know he's focused he's a
  • 1:08:16
    focused guy mm-hmm
  • 1:08:17
    and he's I think he's bored stiff was
  • 1:08:20
    running the Bill and Melinda Gates
  • 1:08:21
    Foundation I can let his wife do that
  • 1:08:23
    and she seems to like it yeah and he
  • 1:08:27
    ought to free him up mm-hmm because to
  • 1:08:30
    be honest about it he wouldn't mind
  • 1:08:31
    being a you know roaming around he could
  • 1:08:39
    pushed in the nuclear agenda in a very
  • 1:08:46
    in a very powerful way because the guy
  • 1:08:48
    is seen as you know this superstar guru
  • 1:08:51
    genius and it might actually it might he
  • 1:08:56
    might be that the the father of modern
  • 1:08:57
    nuclear I mean you know yes either he'll
  • 1:09:00
    be the father of modern nuclear or he'll
  • 1:09:03
    be vacationing with Alan Dershowitz one
  • 1:09:06
    of the
  • 1:09:09
    he has a he has all the he's got to
  • 1:09:14
    write he's guy that he's already
  • 1:09:15
    invested in this in these things and
  • 1:09:17
    he's he's not stupid it's got standing
  • 1:09:20
    wouldn't make a mistake invest in
  • 1:09:21
    something lousy and he's always I think
  • 1:09:23
    this could this is a positive this is a
  • 1:09:26
    good clip these are good Clips yes well
  • 1:09:28
    we are we are Pro this idea and and that
  • 1:09:31
    would be the No Agenda New Deal
  • 1:09:36
    it is a flaw in the indictment with the
  • 1:09:39
    with the green people yeah the the
  • 1:09:42
    hatred of nuclear well that's why
  • 1:09:45
    remember this is all projection but your
  • 1:09:47
    safe being self whenever a OC says he's
  • 1:09:51
    just taking money from Big Oil I'm
  • 1:09:53
    thinking sure maybe you're taking money
  • 1:09:55
    from Big Oil who the hell knows
  • 1:09:59
    everybody's taking money from somewhere
  • 1:10:01
    for some I don't know where that money
  • 1:10:02
    from Big Oil is going but we're not
  • 1:10:04
    getting a thank you for your courage and
  • 1:10:16
    say in the morning to the man who in the
  • 1:10:29
    morning to the troll room no agenda
  • 1:10:31
    stream calm J trolls happy to see you
  • 1:10:34
    got a nice big window on my new setup to
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    see you even better than before I see
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    you there
  • 1:10:39
    and in the morning too well that's no
  • 1:10:41
    agenda stream calm and reminder in the
  • 1:10:42
    morning to cesium-137 a cesium is our
  • 1:10:46
    one of our artists that we have many of
  • 1:10:48
    them you can check out all the work at
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    no agenda art generator calm and we
  • 1:10:53
    choose one for the show album art every
  • 1:10:55
    single time and this one from cesium-137
  • 1:10:58
    was the classic Rosie we can do it with
  • 1:11:02
    a o'seas head in there
  • 1:11:04
    and I have said I'm sure this has been
  • 1:11:08
    done and you're like no no cesium's a
  • 1:11:10
    pro artist and this hadn't even been
  • 1:11:12
    done anywhere that we that we were able
  • 1:11:14
    to find no I did a search image search
  • 1:11:17
    and there was nothing there was a lot of
  • 1:11:20
    variations of that old poster but there
  • 1:11:22
    was nothing with
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    his head it's really it's well do check
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    I mean yeah oh yes he's a pro I mean he
  • 1:11:31
    may have done it himself and before but
  • 1:11:33
    you think it would be you think somebody
  • 1:11:35
    would have done that images check yeah
  • 1:11:37
    that's what was interesting about it but
  • 1:11:39
    no no he's an original well we really
  • 1:11:42
    appreciate one of our guys is you doing
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    that for us cesium-137 and that was was
  • 1:11:48
    a truancy poster truancy crimes for most
  • 1:11:52
    from him and put her re-election
  • 1:11:55
    campaign using it no no okay
  • 1:12:03
    that's a no but I don't know it said I
  • 1:12:09
    don't know if that's a good idea I I
  • 1:12:11
    want her to stay around I don't want to
  • 1:12:13
    do something stupid okay
  • 1:12:17
    the courage of we're a consulting group
  • 1:12:18
    is available she's gonna have trouble
  • 1:12:22
    getting reelected cuz they're gonna go
  • 1:12:23
    after her someone will but you know
  • 1:12:28
    she's she's one of those she is a on the
  • 1:12:31
    boots boots on the boots boots on the
  • 1:12:33
    ground type that goes into her district
  • 1:12:35
    and probably schmooze a lot and she can
  • 1:12:37
    get you know she should be able to get
  • 1:12:39
    reelected but she's a bonehead if you're
  • 1:12:42
    new to the no agenda show and you don't
  • 1:12:45
    know exactly how it works you didn't
  • 1:12:48
    hear any commercials no live reads for
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    anything
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    oh my goodness do you want to hear
  • 1:12:52
    something funny want to hear uh let me
  • 1:12:55
    play a game before we start with from
  • 1:12:56
    thanking our executive producers and
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    associate executive producers this is
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    the pod save the privileged you know pod
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    save the privilege its pod save the
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    the former Obama speech writers who have
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    a podcast yeah and I've been paying
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    attention to their live reads or their
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    advertising see they they're not
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    supported by their audience no they they
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    talk amongst themselves and don't think
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    they give a shit about the audience they
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    never really speak to them it's just
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    themselves and we're great and we're
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    doing a show and whoo everybody wants to
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    be a podcaster now you and I have dealt
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    with ad sales departments without
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    if you were the advertiser and this is
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    this ad but it says we are asked not to
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    the show you came to the wrong place
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    people like ya they can do it but can
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    they be positive I think our audience is
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    more likely to hate watch this but you
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    guys do you yeah I want to watch it yeah
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    but I want to watch it the bush here is
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    drove them to power go behind the
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    you know I don't think I'd be happy as
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    an advertiser they read our our note
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    saying please don't be think about it
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    personally I don't think it killed the
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    ad I don't think they ruined the ad I
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    think it met a little death and I think
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    they think this too bad it added some
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    charm but and I think that's what you
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    were the guy attentive at whoever's
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    buying the ads for that operation and I
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    was seeing and you'd make that argument
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    yeah but I would say it as the
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    advertiser I don't care if it improves
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    it or not that's not what we paid for
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    exactly I want to make exactly make good
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    time that's what I was thinking too we
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    agreed it's fine maybe it's get might
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    have worked cute but that's not what we
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    paid for I agree we paid for this and
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    you didn't give us this guess which ad
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    they go straight into I don't know it's
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    all we have to say about that pod save
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    a minute women upgrades
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    that ad is horrible
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    they've really butchered that one anyway
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    we're not beholden to advertisers and we
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    have to think about anyone being pissed
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    off but we're saying no one's gonna
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    march down the hall and give me shit no
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    hotline or ringing no the way we do it
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    is we have you the producers support the
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    show if we don't do the right job no
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    support end of show 11 years and
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    counting
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    here our executive producers an
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    associate executive producers for this
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    year's awards one one one six well at
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    the top of the list is Laura Wolford
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    Oviedo Florida I think I'm pronouncing
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    that right 315 dollars and 15 cents
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    hi John and Adam I wanted to say happy
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    birthday to our daughter Madeline Wolfe
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    who is probably the best kid ever she'll
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    be turning 15 On February 28th please
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    give her some geometry karma and a goat
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    scream mainly because every time I hear
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    it I think it's Howard Dean we love
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    listening to the show hey Gary and
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    Laurie wolf yes and we have run the
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    kobena Coonan young Coon Roz Mellon
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    Netherlands or Osmond Ross Milan Ross
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    Milan Ross Milan Ross Malin $300 in 11
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    cents is my first donation so please
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    deduced thank you Bena then we go to
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    associate executive producers right now
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    yes he bro McCall and Pasco Washington
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    286 first-time donor I'm in good
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    conscience ask for ad douching Oh as I
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