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1131: CHUD

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 48m
April 21st, 2019
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Executive Producers: Knight Lennart, Sir Craig Porter the Ronin, Sir Dwayne Melancon, Grand Duke of the PNW

Associate Executive Producers: E Brett Heenan Jr, Nick Eizmendi Sir Nick, Dragon of the Four Domains, Baron Dirty Dick Bangs of DC

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Start of Show
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Terrorist Attacks in Sri Lanka
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3:21
AC's New Studio
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7:49
The Mueller Report
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42:17
CIA Director Gina Haspel's Auburn University Speech
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48:05
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's Texas A&M University Speech
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49:23
China Airlines Manager Pleads Guilty to Transporting Packages for Chinese Government
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52:27
Glenn Greenwald NPR Interview About Julian Assange
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1:00:51
Act 23 of the Yellow Vests Protests
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1:02:27
Notre-Dame Reconstruction Design Competition
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1:04:14
Notre-Dame Fire Likely Caused by Technical Glitch
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1:05:53
Credits
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1:23:56
Lil Dicky - Earth
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1:37:27
James Cook University's Dismissal of Professor Peter Ridd Ruled Unlawful
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1:45:48
CBS News: Pollen in North Carolina
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1:49:59
Untitled
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1:50:50
CBS News Poll Shows 65 Percent of Americans Support Legalizing Weed
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1:52:21
San Francisco 4/20 Celebration
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1:54:05
Pooping is Free Speech
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1:55:25
Sudan's President Bashir Arrested During Military Coup
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2:00:03
Trump Impeachment
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2:02:19
ABC Announces One-Time Reboot of The Jeffersons and All in the Family
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2:07:34
BlacKkKlansman
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2:09:13
Donations
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2:19:15
Meetups
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2:22:05
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:23:57
Egyptian Constitutional Amendment Referendums
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2:24:35
Hungarian Opera Asks White Cast to Declare They Are African-American
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2:26:17
Man's Heartbeat Stabilized After Ambulance Hits Pothole
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2:27:36
FDA Approves New Device For Treating ADHD Using Electrical Shocks To the Forehead
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2:29:14
CDC Reports 2019 Has The Longest Flu Season in a Decade
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2:30:22
Victoria Nuland Returns to Albright Stonebridge Group as Senior Counceler
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2:31:40
Bill Clinton Interrupted by Hackler at Book Tour Event
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2:32:48
Judge Rules Flint Residents Are Allowed to Sue EPA Over Lead Water Crisis
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2:37:26
PBS NewsHour: Citizenship Shift Leaves Dominican-Haitians Stateless
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2:41:36
Caribbean Challenge Initiative
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2:42:20
End of Show
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    now he's lazy's lazy he doesn't do it
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    right this is no agenda right made a
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    very interesting observation about some
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    train earlier today I'm well I'm waiting
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    for your interesting train observation
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    okay I think this is important so
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    there's a train that goes from Seattle
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    to I guess LA I'm not sure where it ends
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    up but it's a bit cold it's the coastal
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    and it's a big train it's like the
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    Zephyr same kind of configuration except
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    when I started watching this train as it
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    goes by on the way down south about
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    anywhere between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. so
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    it's in to our window and when I first
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    started seeing this train which is a
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    couple we're paying attention to it
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    which was a couple of years ago it had
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    two observation cars those semi-dome
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    cars that are just there's no we just
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    sit in there and you can see it's a very
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    nice car and they have one on this
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    effort up in Sacramento about a year ago
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    the same exact train stopped having the
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    two dumb cars and they just had the one
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    and it's always been one and I realized
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    what it is nobody goes to the dome car
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    to look and see the nice scenery then
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    you could get from sight they're on
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    their phones yeah I think you're right
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    of course of course they are so why they
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    gonna waste a dope car nobody cares no
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    in fact when I was going up to
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    Sacramento I said I said most of the
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    time in that car because it's kind of
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    interesting to see what's out there
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    especially as the train goes into on
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    some rot does not near the highways and
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    you find all kinds of homeless
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    encampments it's very entertaining
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    we're entertaining well it's
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    entertaining to me well Happy Easter
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    jean-claude I'd be Easter to you happy
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    Easter to everybody else this is your
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    Easter program let's say so sorry about
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    this Sri Lankan yeah no Easter
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    celebrators there did anyone claim this
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    yet there we know who's who's claimed
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    this these atrocities no I haven't heard
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    anyone claim anything and the media
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    recaptured seven people and the media
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    refused to say who it is I checked all
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    the Canadian outlets they refused to say
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    who it is yes Sri Lankan news won't say
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    who it is an ardent and the New York
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    Times had an article they won't say who
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    it is although they hinted it was
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    Muslims no gosh going through this now
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    yeah is it what a crappy thing to do it
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    was it was churches and hotels yeah
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    there was a three churches and then a
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    slew of hotels all high-end hotels were
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    tourists in this day rich tourists damn
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    well yeah sorry about that don't have
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    much more for anyone on that coming to
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    you from the new studio today Jean yeah
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    sound good yes sounds pretty good it's
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    still booming there's nothing on the
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    walls so just before we started you told
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    me you gave me a very handy pro tip
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    which is to openly open the door it does
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    help it makes a difference does I was
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    telling you at him how I yeah I think
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    was a CES of 9 or 10 years ago into
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    digital amplifiers were first coming out
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    and Texas instrument instrument was
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    making most of the chips for him and
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    they also bought this very high-end
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    digital amp company and so they took us
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    into this room inside one of the suites
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    in the hotel where they were gonna give
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    us a demo of the digital amplifier
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    technology using cheap speakers and then
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    then then modeling expensive speakers on
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    the cheap speakers using a DSP yeah back
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    in there listening to
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    and then tuning and so the guy was the
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    guy this engineer was tuning the room
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    and he'd opened he to get this he'd
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    listen and then he opened the bathroom
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    door and I said well I asked him but
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    what was earlier this raises it lessens
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    the base effect move some of the base
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    out of the room and and it makes the
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    room bigger and then he started moving
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    the cushions from the went into the
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    bedroom of the suite and pulled off the
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    mattress and he leaned it over in some
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    spot where he sensed there was a some
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    sort of a standing wave or something I
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    have I have put Studios together in so
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    many hotel rooms where I've done just
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    that with the pillows and you know
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    against the wall and I could probably do
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    that here it's just not facing the wall
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    I'm facing my back is to the wall so the
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    it's literally bouncing off the wall I
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    can hear it I know you can't but I can
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    hear it so I'll have that fixed egg
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    cartons a garden it's not the prettiest
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    look egg cartons I'd I might go square
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    blue was 24 anything it's anything but
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    cool no that's not cool here's the thing
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    I really want to and I can't believe I
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    said so here's the thing I have to stop
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    that this is this is this is a lot of
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    people are doing this in the media so
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    here's the thought pay attention to it a
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    lot of people are doing it do I just I'm
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    thinking of just going sparse with the
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    egg cartons or some professional
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    alternative or I could just hang all
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    kinds of memorabilia shit on the wall
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    which would also work yeah I got you
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    know the commemorative platinum records
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    I've got pictures I've got tons of stuff
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    I just feel like I want to keep it
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    that's a bit much I want to keep it
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    completely sparse and I'm a little tired
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    of MTV guy on the wall I think you you
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    were in a room full of with egg cartons
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    on this you know all over the place
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    would be very cool-looking even though
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    you don't think so I think it would be
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    so especially if there's those blue 24
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    egg square
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    those than what you want well that would
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    help with a name for the studio they
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    called the chicken coop the chicken coup
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    the curry the curry coop me write this
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    down
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    hurry coop curry curry coop to maybe
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    just the chicken coop cuz that's what it
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    would be hmm interesting
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    well I'm taking ideas I'm open to ideas
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    Dick Clark usually works too okay so we
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    moved Friday which was I'm I am hurting
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    I don't know when the last time is that
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    you moved a house yeah exactly but I
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    refuse to take part my core you know my
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    midriff my back the soles of my feet
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    everything hurts
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    it's it's it's an undertaking every
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    single time you do it and I think this
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    is the last time Tina keeps saying I'm
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    dying in this house easy easy
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    we got to get married first first first
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    I'm coming out of this place yeah we're
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    really happy though but oh man and so
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    and meanwhile while all this is while
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    the moving is going on I'm also trying
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    to read as much as I can of the Muller
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    report volumes 1 and volume 2 now all 13
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    hits I'm sure you didn't take a look at
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    it I did I took a look at how what did
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    you have one of those PDFs that the guy
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    had the searchable PDF team changed the
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    PDF so searched beyond searchable PDF
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    yeah I like to search it for this in
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    that I like that um well before we come
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    into any conclusions I do have a few
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    let me see I got a few I see this was
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    kind of you know volume 1 which is the
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    no collusion part there's not much
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    discussion about that it's all about the
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    conduct and the what do you call it the
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    possible obstruction of justice but this
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    is what I'm hearing
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    everyone say in the mainstream media
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    based upon what they read in volume
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    - here's chip Todd one item worth noting
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    before we go to break the Muller report
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    validates most not all but most of the
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    reporting done by major news
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    organizations throughout this
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    investigation many many of the stories
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    we were told that were fake news show up
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    as reported in the mellah review and
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    confirmed by first-hand accounts it's
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    something worth considering the next
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    time you hear someone use the phrase
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    fake news so loosely okay chip Todd will
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    do that that's MSNBC here CNN and the
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    other thing this report did is that it
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    really corroborated a lot of the good
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    journalism that was done in its entire
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    you know he went after all of us every
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    single day the New York Times Washington
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    Post CNN and when you go back and you
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    look at this report and you looking at
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    all their stories that were fake news
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    well Muller shows that this was actually
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    going on
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    so they're all congratulating themselves
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    over a job well done and it is true when
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    you read volume two it reads a lot like
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    many of the reports that were in the in
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    the m5m about lying
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    underhanded behavior trying to trying to
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    get Muller fire trying to have someone
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    else do the dirty work actually trey
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    gowdy had an interesting comment on that
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    all right so the fact that he was
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    looking to supposedly fire Bob Muller
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    and later on get Jeff Sessions to
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    essentially do the same thing that
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    neither happened in the end of the
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    obviously polar state completed his
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    report some had likened to that to be
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    obstructing justice of the process of
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    justice obviously was a jump ball for a
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    Muller and his team what do you think of
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    that I hope we have not gotten to the
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    point we're thinking about doing
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    something it's a crime in this country I
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    hope that's not where we are or
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    discussing what your options are with
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    your advisers well the only thing has
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    prevented that from happening is no
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    congressman is is is that the aides
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    didn't do it right they didn't do it
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    right and he didn't fire the aide and go
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    get a gate that an aide that would so
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    interesting calling it a thought crime
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    yeah that's the trend and from a legal
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    standpoint that may be may be correct
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    and you know I've read a lot of a lot of
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    reports and documents in the eleven
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    years have been doing this program and
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    volume 1 was pretty lawyerly there was
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    lots of lawyer terms even explanation of
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    what collusion was and legal terms but
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    volume 2 it didn't really have any
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    legalese in it it was interviews with
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    people reports of what they said and if
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    you read if I'd read that on Wikileaks
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    and you just replaced a Donald Trump
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    with Hillary Clinton I would have been
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    what a horrible person
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    but the difference between anything
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    we've ever read about for example
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    Hillary Clinton and this volume two is
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    it's just what people said there's no
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    emails there's no paper trail that's it
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    I think Trump is saving grace is that he
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    doesn't use email so it's one thing to
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    have his lawyer or the White House
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    attorney Don began say well here say
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    yeah hehe wanted me to you wanted me to
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    go fire mahler
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    or the first words out of his mouth were
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    oh oh my god there goes my presidency
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    I'm fucked
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    it looks like what do you say like that
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    or you say someone goes my presidency
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    I'm fucked or you know did he yell it I
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    mean there's that's hard to understand
  • 12:26
    yeah you can't really law and order all
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    the public there's just not evidence
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    there's not evidence in there this it's
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    it's what people said and that's a big
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    difference there's a couple other things
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    the president does you know he he says
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    our country instead of this country and
  • 12:55
    he's a nationalist versus versus all the
  • 12:57
    rest to her globalists but not using
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    email it's probably the smartest thing
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    he's ever done or ever not Georgie it
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    was the same way yes yeah yeah he's not
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    putting anything in an email cuz
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    everyone can get to it right and that's
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    exactly how Uncle Don got in trouble is
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    he had a memo he had a memo about a
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    meeting that he he didn't tell his boss
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    about because that was when he was a
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    national security adviser to Bush when
  • 13:29
    he was vice president and you know that
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    was the iran-contra memo and the minute
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    you write something down the minute it's
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    you know it goes into the archives and
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    then it's a problem so it depends it is
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    also not a problem if you do if you when
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    you write stuff something down it's
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    always x ey a memo well yes and and that
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    is the one thing that came out of volume
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    two
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    is the a meeting in the Oval Office with
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    Obama and Susan Rice than being advised
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    to send an email to herself two weeks
  • 14:04
    after that meeting which was close to
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    the handover of the presidency and and
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    is specifically in that said that Obama
  • 14:14
    had apparently said let's do it by the
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    book and that was a cya that was a you
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    know you're sending yourself an email oh
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    yeah on advice of the that's what I
  • 14:25
    remember people used to say this is a
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    long long time ago hey if you got a
  • 14:30
    great idea and you want a trade market
  • 14:32
    just send yourself a registered piece of
  • 14:35
    mail with the idea in it have you ever
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    heard this oh yeah does that actually
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    work does that hold up was not for
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    trademarking so I know for a cup of and
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    satins I'm sorry patents right that
  • 14:47
    works that that's valid there is some
  • 14:50
    element of it that is valid yes so back
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    to the to the report a couple of things
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    that were interesting
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    I thought the note about Seth RIT or the
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    the piece about Seth rich how Julian
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    Assange basically smeared him while he
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    was working with the Russians the
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    Russians by the way there's you know
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    there's no actual proof of a lot of
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    things there was indictments and of
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    these indictments I don't think anyone
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    has been been has appeared in front of
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    in front of a judge or a court or a jury
  • 15:29
    an indictment is just an indictment so
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    nothing was proven and Donna Brazile
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    remembers very well what happened to the
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    DNC server and she works for Fox News
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    now DNC and we were informed of what was
  • 15:43
    happening but it was too late because
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    the Russians had already spent almost a
  • 15:48
    year inside of our systems and by the
  • 15:51
    time we got to it we were wiped out and
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    what a year before that well what
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    happened there wasn't shares so I cannot
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    that you guys never actually handed over
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    the server Lisa
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    a replica because replicas but yeah but
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    it was figure out we had to figure you
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    see that's another thing this report
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    goes into deep analysis of what happened
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    yeah no it's not really it's not really
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    deep analysis it's a lot of interviews
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    with people
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    here's NPR on the voting system
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    information another topic the Muller
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    investigation looked at was targeting of
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    America's voting system what did you see
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    there so we really learned something new
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    here and it's that these agents the
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    reports is that these agents were
  • 16:44
    actually more successful than we thought
  • 16:46
    at breaking into local governments we
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    knew that they had sent phishing emails
  • 16:50
    to dozens of local election officials in
  • 16:53
    Florida in an effort to try and break
  • 16:54
    into their systems but we had no
  • 16:56
    indication that they were ever
  • 16:57
    successful the report says that the FBI
  • 17:00
    thinks they were successful in at least
  • 17:02
    one Florida County government we know
  • 17:04
    nothing yet about which County that was
  • 17:06
    and no County in the last three years
  • 17:08
    has announced that they were breached I
  • 17:10
    even talked to the head of the
  • 17:13
    Supervisor of Elections Association in
  • 17:15
    Florida and he says he hasn't heard
  • 17:16
    anything about a breach so there's still
  • 17:18
    a lot of details to come but we did hear
  • 17:21
    something new here yeah fake news is
  • 17:24
    what I'm hearing
  • 17:26
    it's just a technicality but I really
  • 17:29
    you know you and I both I think despise
  • 17:31
    the the blatant lies that become fact
  • 17:34
    such as fine people on both sides what
  • 17:39
    else do we have there's new there all
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    this all Mexicans are rapists and
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    murderers yeah and so I think they
  • 17:46
    should at least say alleged hackers it's
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    now just become a fact where it's not
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    proven at all certainly not for the DNC
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    server the internet research agency
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    they're their Facebook stuff yeah that's
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    I think that's pretty much proven
  • 18:02
    everyone came out with enough evidence
  • 18:03
    but you know here we go
  • 18:05
    voting systems hacked no one knows
  • 18:07
    anything about it in Florida and then
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    there's the Assange and seth rich issue
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    over the next two months the report says
  • 18:15
    that Russian Navy agents compromised
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    as many as 59 different computers they
  • 18:20
    also broke into the network of Hillary
  • 18:23
    Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta
  • 18:24
    the report also even saying they broke
  • 18:27
    into no it was it was a fishing hack
  • 18:31
    that's they just they just used his
  • 18:33
    password because he willfully gave it to
  • 18:35
    them not exactly breaking in Hillary
  • 18:38
    Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta
  • 18:39
    the report also gets into how these
  • 18:42
    attackers communicate with WikiLeaks and
  • 18:44
    how Julian Assange falsely tried to pin
  • 18:47
    these attacks on a DNC staffer and not
  • 18:51
    on Russia and that caused bill Binney to
  • 18:55
    to come out of the woodwork once again
  • 18:59
    if you do not know who Bill Binney is
  • 19:01
    you have to look him up he's one of the
  • 19:03
    original whistleblowers in fact when we
  • 19:05
    were first doing this show when I was in
  • 19:07
    San Francisco frequently we would talk
  • 19:10
    about the building on state T building
  • 19:12
    on 2nd Street all the time yeah which is
  • 19:15
    good by it the big windowless building
  • 19:17
    that that had this basically aid a tap
  • 19:21
    and everything at the time that was
  • 19:24
    probably possible with just a tap
  • 19:26
    everything that was on the internet was
  • 19:28
    being sucked out and and piped off to
  • 19:31
    some storage system and bill Binney and
  • 19:33
    he says no no no there was definitely
  • 19:35
    contact with Seth rich Clementi
  • 19:38
    he avoided information from NSA asking
  • 19:41
    for any data that involve both Seth rich
  • 19:45
    and also Julian Assange and they
  • 19:48
    responded by saying we've got 15 files
  • 19:50
    32 pages but they're all classified in
  • 19:53
    accordance with the executive order 1 3
  • 19:54
    1 1 3 5 to 6 every classification and
  • 19:58
    therefore you can't have them but that
  • 20:01
    says that NSA has communications records
  • 20:03
    of communications between sets rich and
  • 20:06
    julian assange I mean that's the only
  • 20:09
    business that NSA's in copying
  • 20:10
    communication between people and devices
  • 20:13
    35 pages that they won't give up under
  • 20:17
    FOIA that's a lot of pages yet how come
  • 20:21
    that doesn't show up in these stories oh
  • 20:23
    it's even worse I saw you were being
  • 20:25
    Biraj Don Twitter by people saying
  • 20:28
    she wasn't said rats it was Russian
  • 20:31
    yeah well the report said very
  • 20:34
    specifically and it did it in such a way
  • 20:36
    that was kind of stood out if you looked
  • 20:38
    it up this that's rich part mm-hmm dead
  • 20:41
    this is bullcrap did there's that's rich
  • 20:43
    and nothing to do with nothing and so
  • 20:45
    ice and this there's a bunch of trolls
  • 20:48
    that are been badgering us about sex
  • 20:50
    rich
  • 20:50
    yeah you too I just block immediately I
  • 20:54
    don't you responded mother surprised
  • 20:56
    didn't block I don't think that works
  • 20:59
    the reporting of that they just get a
  • 21:00
    new name and start over again yeah I
  • 21:03
    don't buddy do it anywhere you was under
  • 21:05
    your advice anyway so this guy comes out
  • 21:09
    and I said well you know if we're gonna
  • 21:10
    accept the report at full value its full
  • 21:13
    you know there's no Russian collusion is
  • 21:15
    okay I'm sorry I mentioned says that's
  • 21:18
    rich I'll never do it again and that's
  • 21:20
    what I did said no no you have to
  • 21:22
    apologize to his family that's that's
  • 21:25
    what those family they don't know me
  • 21:26
    that's what the trolls control always
  • 21:28
    says are you going to apologize now yes
  • 21:32
    what the troll always says I don't
  • 21:34
    understand this troll is or what what is
  • 21:36
    oh I do
  • 21:37
    of course he's from reddit just a reddit
  • 21:40
    nut now there's there's only one of them
  • 21:42
    and he put in these three different
  • 21:43
    people three different screen names okay
  • 21:46
    he should find a job or something that's
  • 21:48
    really getting old and I was it yeah so
  • 21:54
    sadly pretty much across the board all
  • 21:58
    news is only talking about this we just
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    [Music]
  • 22:05
    got a hair up their ass and they can't
  • 22:07
    get it out of their system I think those
  • 22:09
    clips you played earlier and there's
  • 22:11
    even a good one with Jeanine Pirro that
  • 22:14
    Trump retweeted this morning it's a
  • 22:16
    little eight-minute screed and she goes
  • 22:19
    on and she indiscreet she's bitching
  • 22:21
    about this what you're just complaining
  • 22:23
    about and she plays a bunch of other
  • 22:25
    clips yeah which is just as bad or worse
  • 22:28
    all saying well he's the molar report
  • 22:32
    proves he's guilty I mean these guys
  • 22:34
    never give up it's unbelievable that's
  • 22:36
    all anyone's doing he says it's a I mean
  • 22:38
    Sri Lanka got about yeah
  • 22:41
    and mention okay here we go and that's
  • 22:44
    maybe that's why we don't know anything
  • 22:45
    they're too busy you know circle jerking
  • 22:48
    themselves oh look how great we did
  • 22:50
    let's talk about this let's talk about
  • 22:51
    how horribly is we got to impeach it
  • 22:55
    makes our job tough they do beseech you
  • 22:57
    much must impeach but hey let's make our
  • 23:00
    job tough because we don't get lost but
  • 23:02
    I did I did find some things going on
  • 23:04
    but can I just stay with this one more
  • 23:06
    clip because they've waited two more
  • 23:08
    clips no I only have one that Chuck Todd
  • 23:11
    and I may have who we affectionately
  • 23:13
    called chip Todd he he has a podcast I'm
  • 23:19
    sorry
  • 23:19
    it's the Todd cast I'm sorry the chip
  • 23:24
    Todd in fact I want to call this as the
  • 23:26
    No Agenda Todd cast I think that's much
  • 23:28
    like yes-man the - Todd Kasich you're a
  • 23:30
    kid though adenoidal kid how about guess
  • 23:33
    and he were you know what happens when
  • 23:37
    someone does a podcast or a talk
  • 23:39
    especially a Todd cast they're much more
  • 23:42
    relaxed they say things they may not say
  • 23:44
    in their mainstream position yeah just
  • 23:48
    go chat away and Todd was hanging out
  • 23:51
    with wopo reporter I miss you much WAPA
  • 23:55
    reporter was this Phil Rucker and
  • 23:59
    they're talking about money being raised
  • 24:02
    for the 2020 election and even though
  • 24:06
    there's some impressive numbers and and
  • 24:09
    this is really all that the mainstream
  • 24:10
    is interested in because you want to
  • 24:13
    highlight the candidate with millions of
  • 24:15
    dollars because they're gonna spend it
  • 24:17
    on you on your network that that's what
  • 24:19
    that money is for yeah they do it on
  • 24:21
    yard signs and there's other things but
  • 24:23
    a lot of the money goes towards a
  • 24:25
    traditional television advertising so so
  • 24:28
    of course Todd checks all this and he
  • 24:31
    was just amazed at how little Donald
  • 24:33
    Trump has actually raised compared to
  • 24:36
    Obama around this time Trump's money was
  • 24:40
    shockingly mediocre um it was less than
  • 24:43
    what Obama raised from at this point in
  • 24:45
    time of his reelect less W the
  • 24:49
    contribution limits are higher and he's
  • 24:52
    been working at it longer and even the
  • 24:54
    cash on
  • 24:55
    total was was was surprisingly just on
  • 24:58
    har is just just them burning through
  • 25:02
    spending a lot of expensive days at
  • 25:04
    Trump properties which then cost the
  • 25:07
    campaign a lot of money I mean that is
  • 25:09
    it is amazing how much either money
  • 25:11
    they're wasting they raise some eighty
  • 25:13
    million in the first two years and it's
  • 25:15
    all basically gone yeah
  • 25:17
    they spent through that money really
  • 25:18
    quickly it looked like a big total
  • 25:21
    compared to the Democratic totals
  • 25:22
    because the Democratic numbers were so
  • 25:24
    low but thirty five million I think 35
  • 25:26
    million is really not that much and in
  • 25:28
    Trump's gonna have to get to work he's
  • 25:30
    not actually done a lot of fundraising
  • 25:31
    himself I think that's what well they're
  • 25:35
    they don't like him he doesn't like to
  • 25:37
    travel to these events when he does then
  • 25:38
    they tend to be at mar-a-lago right down
  • 25:40
    in Florida but he's not working the
  • 25:42
    circuit the way Obama did he would make
  • 25:44
    multiple trips out west you know hit
  • 25:46
    Seattle Chicago all the big cities
  • 25:49
    talking about how great Obama was
  • 25:52
    instead of running the country he would
  • 25:53
    do all these campaign events that's what
  • 25:55
    he's talking about and Trump it's too
  • 25:58
    lazy he doesn't like to do it the big
  • 25:59
    donors don't want to give him money
  • 26:01
    trips out west you know hitting Seattle
  • 26:03
    Chicago all the big cities and and Trump
  • 26:05
    you just you see a laziness there and
  • 26:07
    the fundraising side and sure lazy lazy
  • 26:13
    doesn't do it right he doesn't know how
  • 26:15
    to do it it's wrong he's lazy Trump you
  • 26:17
    just you see a laziness there and the
  • 26:19
    fundraising side and sure and I'm sure
  • 26:21
    that's gonna pick up cuz his campaign
  • 26:22
    friends know they I liked elect odd sure
  • 26:25
    the fundraising side sure Anna that's
  • 26:28
    gonna pick up miss his campaign friends
  • 26:30
    know they we really surprised he's lazy
  • 26:32
    about fundraising because it's other
  • 26:33
    people's money he loves other people's
  • 26:35
    money that's number one and number two
  • 26:37
    it's people pretending doesn't like I
  • 26:39
    just I think we think that the dream
  • 26:42
    place for Donald Trump is at a
  • 26:43
    fundraiser where people are sucking up
  • 26:44
    to him and aiming him cash I don't mean
  • 26:46
    to be that facetious but I mean this is
  • 26:48
    what Donald Trump lives for other
  • 26:50
    people's people handing him money and
  • 26:52
    people telling him he's great
  • 26:55
    well he should do a podcast that's a
  • 26:59
    podcast for you by the way I don't want
  • 27:01
    to say too much but I hear a like a 3k
  • 27:05
    you know ground loop tone in in this
  • 27:08
    Todd cast you may not hear it through
  • 27:11
    the stuff but all right all right
  • 27:18
    I have four clips before we go oh hell
  • 27:20
    yeah all right
  • 27:21
    bang me a couple of things first of all
  • 27:24
    I'm very upset about a couple of it
  • 27:26
    because most of these clips we've got
  • 27:27
    some issue that I find disturbing let's
  • 27:30
    start with PBS this is Hari Srinivasan
  • 27:33
    right that was the most neutral of the
  • 27:34
    of the people over there because they've
  • 27:37
    all turned very biased and but I picked
  • 27:41
    up a little usage issue here with this
  • 27:43
    particular report this is a report on
  • 27:45
    Trump kvetching Hari PBS President Trump
  • 27:48
    continued to attack special counsel
  • 27:50
    Robert Muller's investigation into
  • 27:52
    Russian interference in the 2016
  • 27:54
    election and obstruction of justice
  • 27:56
    before heading out to play golf near his
  • 27:59
    mar-a-lago estate where he is spending
  • 28:01
    the weekend mr. Trump tweeted out a
  • 28:02
    by-the-numbers video that said the
  • 28:04
    investigation cost 30 million dollars
  • 28:06
    and took 675 days and he again claimed
  • 28:09
    there was no collusion and no
  • 28:10
    obstruction yes so the little thing
  • 28:16
    there was again he claimed oh you're so
  • 28:24
    right we're clean keep missing those
  • 28:26
    you're so good at that
  • 28:27
    he uses the word claim rather than said
  • 28:33
    because claim that makes it sound just
  • 28:36
    like there's bullshit yeah and so this
  • 28:39
    is a this was the most skewed I've ever
  • 28:42
    heard this guy when he said this because
  • 28:44
    he didn't claim anything Muller said
  • 28:46
    there was no collusion the report said
  • 28:49
    there was no collusion but and then he
  • 28:52
    then he makes it worse by saying he
  • 28:54
    continues to claim so it's like he's
  • 28:58
    he's swimming upstream you know is this
  • 29:00
    I'm drowning here I'm continuing to try
  • 29:03
    to not drown it was a very very skewed I
  • 29:07
    bet I just
  • 29:08
    knock dis guy down about five notches in
  • 29:10
    my book and so far as biased reporting
  • 29:12
    is concerned that was extremely biased
  • 29:13
    there was a 23 second clip right there
  • 29:16
    boomed there's there was a common theme
  • 29:19
    over the weekend about Trump going to
  • 29:21
    Mara Lago which I don't even think he
  • 29:26
    tweeted it but someone tweeted someone
  • 29:28
    with a blue checkmark so you know
  • 29:30
    they're important tweeted the southern
  • 29:33
    White House which I think has been has
  • 29:35
    been in the lexicon yeah I started doing
  • 29:39
    something with Twitter because it's kind
  • 29:42
    of boring but I'll just look at what's
  • 29:43
    trending and that's that actually
  • 29:45
    changes quite frequently all of a sudden
  • 29:47
    I see southern White House trending I
  • 29:49
    look at it and there's people losing
  • 29:51
    their minds how dare you call it this
  • 29:55
    there is only one White House you don't
  • 29:57
    even deserve to be in that one this is
  • 29:59
    this is an outrage it's the people's
  • 30:01
    house there is no such thing as that's
  • 30:03
    how the White House and you go and you
  • 30:06
    go and look at previous presidents we
  • 30:08
    had Nixon had the floor to White House
  • 30:11
    in fact a lot of them in Florida
  • 30:12
    I think Truman called his his house in
  • 30:16
    the keys the the little White House is
  • 30:22
    ranch yes there's a Texas White House
  • 30:24
    yeah
  • 30:25
    and it really I really had to conclude
  • 30:27
    that what's going on and luckily bunk
  • 30:30
    port is another penny bunk Ford yes
  • 30:32
    what's really happening is it's just a
  • 30:34
    group of maybe it's twenty thirty
  • 30:36
    thousand people who are just on Twitter
  • 30:38
    all the time yelling and yelling and
  • 30:40
    yelling cuz it's not making it into the
  • 30:42
    m5m they were too preoccupied with you
  • 30:46
    know patting themselves on the back and
  • 30:50
    such a good job and so you can see these
  • 30:52
    waves I wish I had a way to analyze it
  • 30:54
    I'm sure it was some programming you
  • 30:56
    couldn't you could turn it into a
  • 30:57
    graphical wave of the outrage and then
  • 31:01
    is anyone reporting on it on television
  • 31:03
    notes drops off the cliff gone the
  • 31:07
    outrage is over we'll move on to
  • 31:09
    something else in these play here's
  • 31:11
    another another one that I caught which
  • 31:14
    is clapper yeah clapper goes on CNN and
  • 31:18
    he said and he the way it was presented
  • 31:19
    was as though clapper thought it was
  • 31:22
    terrible that the way was presented in
  • 31:24
    the headline you'd think that clapper
  • 31:26
    finally came to grips with reality
  • 31:28
    oh please there he goes again off the
  • 31:32
    deep end he's actually worse now because
  • 31:34
    him and Brennan are both like worried
  • 31:37
    sick that something Bad's gonna happen
  • 31:38
    to them you're taking how the AG has
  • 31:42
    handled this process culminating in
  • 31:44
    today
  • 31:44
    well the be honest Chris I'm a bit
  • 31:48
    disappointed I think the Attorney
  • 31:51
    General clearly is trying to paint as
  • 31:54
    favourable a light on the molar report
  • 31:57
    as possible and when you read it it's
  • 32:00
    pretty devastating I'll tell you though
  • 32:03
    the scent the big thing for me big deal
  • 32:06
    for me in this was laying out and very
  • 32:08
    rich detail the magnitude and
  • 32:11
    pervasiveness of the Russian
  • 32:14
    interference in our election in 2016 and
  • 32:17
    personally gratifying because of the
  • 32:20
    intelligence community assessment that
  • 32:21
    we rendered on January 6th of 2017
  • 32:25
    briefed then president-elect Trump on
  • 32:27
    about the magnet about the Russian
  • 32:30
    interference but this report we only
  • 32:32
    scratched the surface and I hope
  • 32:35
    Americans will take the time to read
  • 32:38
    that you know collusion obstruction
  • 32:40
    aside the big deal to me is is a
  • 32:43
    magnitude of the Russian interference
  • 32:45
    and no one can say they didn't interfere
  • 32:48
    and and in fact I think taint the
  • 32:51
    election taint the election tainted the
  • 32:55
    election paint the election I thought it
  • 32:58
    was the he was taking credit for this
  • 33:00
    because he was the head of DNI but it
  • 33:02
    was like wasn't didn't they all
  • 33:06
    including him and I'm sure we could find
  • 33:09
    clips of this all agree that the
  • 33:12
    Russians did not taint the election
  • 33:14
    that's what I recall yeah they all came
  • 33:17
    out said well yeah the Russians tried
  • 33:18
    they tried to do this and that but we
  • 33:20
    don't think they infected anything
  • 33:22
    they'd had no influence you know sever a
  • 33:24
    few stupid adds a hundred thousand
  • 33:26
    dollars were the ads at Facebook maybe
  • 33:27
    but they were not they all and it was he
  • 33:31
    was one of these people now all of a
  • 33:32
    sudden he's convinced a tainted the
  • 33:34
    election
  • 33:35
    when went a few seconds before he said
  • 33:38
    that in this particular report that we
  • 33:40
    just played he says we're so proud of
  • 33:42
    being so accurate he made a mistake he
  • 33:47
    was in in the press corps
  • 33:49
    you see he's now part of the press so
  • 33:51
    that's why he's participating in the in
  • 33:54
    the back padding in the hey good job yes
  • 33:56
    I got two more short ones they're not
  • 33:58
    sure but just one of there's one other
  • 34:00
    thing that I need to conclude reading
  • 34:02
    volume to the president I don't know if
  • 34:05
    it's all presidents doesn't really have
  • 34:07
    a lot of power it's not a really a lot
  • 34:11
    of stuff that he could get done it's a
  • 34:14
    lot of yelling and this and that and
  • 34:16
    firing to agree but oh no and they could
  • 34:20
    do other things and that's what I think
  • 34:21
    they're most afraid of is that he's
  • 34:23
    setting setting the tone a weird
  • 34:26
    postmodern tone now that is going to
  • 34:29
    affect Paulette politics forever in the
  • 34:31
    fact that then I can be able to get him
  • 34:33
    out of here and this is gonna be worse
  • 34:34
    every minute he's in paraphrasing that's
  • 34:37
    that's the issue paraphrasing Abraham
  • 34:39
    Lincoln who said I cannot claim to be
  • 34:42
    responsible for events rather I was
  • 34:44
    carried by the events themselves and I
  • 34:47
    wonder how much power the president
  • 34:49
    really has it's it seems kind of ugly
  • 34:51
    veto bills that's a big that's a big one
  • 34:53
    that's that's the one really that's it
  • 34:56
    so yes okay that's that's his power he
  • 34:58
    got that now let's go to the mrs. Trump
  • 35:01
    this is a CBS went on about his tweeting
  • 35:04
    about more so they made a report out of
  • 35:07
    it this is Trump new tweets about Muller
  • 35:09
    and CBS before hitting the golf course
  • 35:12
    at his Florida resort all Trump took
  • 35:15
    another swing at what he called the
  • 35:17
    crazy Muller report he said some of the
  • 35:20
    statements made about him are total BS
  • 35:22
    and only given to make the other person
  • 35:24
    look good or me to look bad special
  • 35:28
    counsel robert muller found insufficient
  • 35:30
    evidence of a conspiracy with russians
  • 35:32
    in the 2016 presidential election whoa I
  • 35:36
    gotta stop that
  • 35:37
    she's conflating two different things
  • 35:39
    she said oh she said absolutely no she
  • 35:42
    that's this is a lie that she's doing it
  • 35:45
    wrong
  • 35:46
    there was doing it right yes
  • 35:48
    insufficient evidence of a conspiracy
  • 35:50
    with the Russians explain why he had
  • 35:53
    found insufficient evidence of
  • 35:55
    obstruction of justice he said there was
  • 35:57
    conclusively no collusion or whatever
  • 36:00
    conspiracy you want to call it and she's
  • 36:02
    now just kind of whoops you can put
  • 36:06
    those two together then you can bring
  • 36:08
    the collusion issue back into play good
  • 36:10
    or me to look bad Special Counsel Robert
  • 36:13
    Muller found insufficient evidence of a
  • 36:15
    conspiracy with Russians in the 2016
  • 36:18
    presidential election but he did not
  • 36:21
    make a ruling on obstruction
  • 36:22
    Mulla wrote while this report does not
  • 36:24
    conclude that the president committed a
  • 36:27
    crime it also does not exonerate him
  • 36:29
    Muller investigated 10 episodes for
  • 36:32
    obstruction and said the evidence does
  • 36:35
    point to a range of other possible
  • 36:37
    personal motives animating the
  • 36:39
    president's conduct it ultimately comes
  • 36:42
    down to why those acts were committed
  • 36:44
    was this a case of corrupt intent or was
  • 36:48
    this just the type of visceral reactions
  • 36:51
    that we've seen from President Trump in
  • 36:52
    various areas more considered president
  • 36:55
    Trump's firing a former FBI director
  • 36:57
    James Comey telling White House Counsel
  • 37:00
    dawn began to fire Muller Magan refused
  • 37:03
    and trying to get former attorney
  • 37:05
    general Jeff Sessions to reverse his
  • 37:07
    decision to recuse himself from leading
  • 37:10
    the investigation ultimately this report
  • 37:13
    is a 400-page tale of self-inflicted
  • 37:16
    wounds I mean it's like walked watching
  • 37:19
    NASCAR for the crashes
  • 37:20
    time and time again the president
  • 37:23
    commits acts that make it seem like he
  • 37:27
    was guilty okay dad took me nowhere but
  • 37:33
    this one here I got something out of
  • 37:34
    this is the new impeachment talk Hey
  • 37:38
    there was more sharp reaction today to
  • 37:41
    the Muller reports senator Mitt Romney
  • 37:44
    said he was sickened by some of the
  • 37:46
    president's actions detailed in the
  • 37:48
    report and for the first time a major
  • 37:49
    Democratic presidential candidate is
  • 37:52
    calling for impeachment here's Nancy
  • 37:55
    Cordes the molar report is igniting
  • 37:58
    impeachment talk
  • 37:59
    the campaign trail today Massachusetts
  • 38:02
    senator Elizabeth Warren became the
  • 38:03
    first major presidential candidate to
  • 38:06
    say that the severity of the president's
  • 38:08
    misconduct as outlined in the report
  • 38:10
    means the house should initiate
  • 38:13
    impeachment proceedings House freshman
  • 38:16
    alexandria Ocasio Cortez signed on to
  • 38:19
    the movement - but Democratic Leader
  • 38:22
    Nancy Pelosi pushed back saying one step
  • 38:25
    at a time like many Democrats she views
  • 38:28
    in Pietschmann
  • 38:28
    as time-consuming and politically risky
  • 38:31
    Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin
  • 38:34
    impeachment shouldn't be a fetish for
  • 38:36
    anybody that would be ridiculous
  • 38:38
    but it shouldn't be a taboo either it's
  • 38:40
    part of the Constitution it is the
  • 38:42
    instrument of self-defense for the
  • 38:44
    people and the Congress but first he
  • 38:46
    says Congress needs the full report the
  • 38:49
    report is very damning House Judiciary
  • 38:51
    Chairman Jerry Nadler made good on his
  • 38:54
    subpoena threat today ordering Attorney
  • 38:56
    General William Barr to release the
  • 38:58
    complete and unredacted version of the
  • 39:01
    report so Congress can pursue its own
  • 39:04
    investigations I see considerable
  • 39:06
    evidence of obstruction of justice which
  • 39:08
    is what Mahler said late this afternoon
  • 39:11
    Nadler and five other top Democrats
  • 39:13
    rejected an offer to view some of the
  • 39:16
    redacted material next week they balked
  • 39:18
    at Attorney General bars conditions
  • 39:21
    including one that would prohibit
  • 39:23
    discussion of the full report even with
  • 39:26
    other committee members it's an outrage
  • 39:31
    he's not the country's lawyer he's the
  • 39:34
    president's lawyer my take on this whole
  • 39:36
    report that you just listen to is that
  • 39:39
    bado O'Rourke is out he's been kicked
  • 39:43
    out of the picture CBS is the CIA
  • 39:45
    Broadcasting System mentioned they
  • 39:47
    brought up Liz they brought up list coz
  • 39:49
    coz beta O'Rourke has been calling for
  • 39:51
    impeachment for months Plus what exactly
  • 39:55
    went wrong with with Beto
  • 39:57
    I know Maine mayor he took his thunder I
  • 40:00
    know that but then how did he just drop
  • 40:02
    off what's he what's he do he's got
  • 40:03
    money what's he doing wrong I think what
  • 40:05
    happened is when they uncovered all that
  • 40:07
    punk rock era stuff and the picture of
  • 40:09
    him with all this weird stuff
  • 40:12
    on his chest that made him unelectable
  • 40:15
    was that what they're thinking I think
  • 40:16
    it made him unlit made him unacceptable
  • 40:19
    to the party huh and and they just
  • 40:22
    kicked him to the curb and this report
  • 40:24
    because they brought the Elizabeth
  • 40:26
    Warren thing up and and made it very
  • 40:28
    clear that she's the first good point
  • 40:32
    good point to do this which is not true
  • 40:37
    coz beta O'Rourke who is a serious
  • 40:39
    candidate who was has been doing it for
  • 40:42
    months literally months and to make this
  • 40:46
    prop the proclamation on this show on
  • 40:50
    CBS Evening News tells me one thing
  • 40:53
    bado is kicked to the curb he's done and
  • 40:56
    this is finalizes it from what from my
  • 40:59
    perspective and I believe I've heard
  • 41:02
    mayor Pete which is his name by the way
  • 41:04
    because no one really wants to say boo
  • 41:06
    de jedge this is called a mayor Pete
  • 41:08
    mayor Pete mayor Pete the Emir Pete
  • 41:10
    mayor Pete I think mayor Pete was
  • 41:12
    calling for impeachment impeachment
  • 41:14
    mayor impeach he might have yes as
  • 41:17
    possible and just so everyone can stop
  • 41:20
    sending us emails yeah we're pretty
  • 41:22
    convinced he's a spook it's not like a
  • 41:24
    big secret though his background is just
  • 41:28
    way to speak Rhodes Scholar it's all
  • 41:32
    over the place it's all in there it's
  • 41:35
    all in there it's like a checklist but
  • 41:38
    this is check list which is so easy to
  • 41:41
    identify nowadays we should actually put
  • 41:42
    that together and it's it's one of their
  • 41:45
    better tries I would say I think the
  • 41:48
    spooks of this they've done pretty good
  • 41:50
    with him yeah which the dead end of
  • 41:53
    course yeah oh you watch you have white
  • 41:58
    hair CIA stands for Catholics in action
  • 42:01
    that's that's the joke and Washington DC
  • 42:04
    I'm pretty sure mayor Pete is a devout
  • 42:06
    Christian and so he would fit within
  • 42:10
    that part of the millio but this is the
  • 42:12
    new CIA now ride will take the gay guy
  • 42:16
    well let's go over my CIA material here
  • 42:19
    today Gina Haskell finally came out and
  • 42:22
    did his talk and apparently one of the
  • 42:24
    see
  • 42:24
    a CIA University branches I had no idea
  • 42:29
    this was one of them but they have a
  • 42:31
    national security confab every year she
  • 42:33
    came to speak with another x-book who's
  • 42:36
    the CEO oh of the University of Auburn
  • 42:39
    hmm
  • 42:40
    and so she's in there and they say
  • 42:43
    there's one young guy interrupting but
  • 42:45
    most of it was just mostly her
  • 42:46
    discussing one thing or another I did
  • 42:48
    get this clip though which I think you'd
  • 42:50
    get a kick out of which is the first
  • 42:51
    clip which is CIA spies on on Americans
  • 42:55
    so we do CIA does play a role in
  • 42:58
    tracking long file attacks
  • 43:09
    she actually said lone wolf I let it
  • 43:15
    play then I'll grab the ISO file attacks
  • 43:17
    or attacks that may be inspired by
  • 43:21
    foreign terrorist ideology such as Isis
  • 43:32
    at an education level that she must have
  • 43:35
    enjoyed University did you say anyways
  • 43:38
    at any point I noticed maybe okay now
  • 43:45
    she's very dull and and when you see her
  • 43:48
    and you see her talk and the whole thing
  • 43:50
    you can see why she was a great
  • 43:51
    undercover spy and she's Brennan's
  • 43:54
    protege supposedly yes we understand but
  • 43:58
    she is so demure and kind of like each
  • 44:03
    every woman you know Midwestern er you
  • 44:06
    know then she's just a normal kind of a
  • 44:09
    middle-aged woman and if she was a spy
  • 44:12
    super spy
  • 44:13
    you would never figure this out just buy
  • 44:15
    it on and and your background doesn't
  • 44:17
    indicate it either she doesn't have the
  • 44:18
    right the right education or anything
  • 44:22
    she's very well hidden I can see that
  • 44:25
    but she did and she did mention that by
  • 44:27
    the way that clip says that they spy on
  • 44:29
    Americans so I think people should note
  • 44:32
    that so they're not supposed to but
  • 44:34
    they're doing it I was so I was so
  • 44:36
    obsessed
  • 44:37
    with the wolf part maybe we should
  • 44:39
    listen that again okay hold on I want to
  • 44:44
    hear that again now but we do CIA does
  • 44:47
    play a role in tracking lone wolf style
  • 44:53
    attacks or attacks that may be inspired
  • 44:57
    by foreign terrorist ideology such as
  • 45:00
    Isis well she's kind of this is about
  • 45:06
    Americans okay well though he's talking
  • 45:09
    about American lone wolf you can't do
  • 45:11
    that that's the CIA's is forboden from
  • 45:14
    doing this well that's what they're
  • 45:15
    doing and that's what what you do is you
  • 45:17
    just have GCHQ over there and the UK do
  • 45:20
    the spying and then hand it off to you
  • 45:24
    Trump it's the way to go but here's the
  • 45:28
    thing that's interesting and whether
  • 45:29
    she's a protege of Brennan or not I had
  • 45:32
    no idea this was going on this is the
  • 45:34
    second clip women have taken over the
  • 45:36
    CIA you know for the folks that don't
  • 45:38
    know you you are the first female
  • 45:40
    director of the Central Intelligence
  • 45:43
    Agency
  • 45:44
    [Applause]
  • 45:48
    and I know the strides that we have made
  • 45:53
    in the intelligence community in terms
  • 45:55
    of promoting the best and the brightest
  • 45:57
    but what would you say to young women
  • 46:01
    out there about leadership in your
  • 46:06
    agency and what it is women ought to be
  • 46:09
    aspiring to well I think at this at this
  • 46:13
    point in history it is a great time to
  • 46:17
    be a woman at the agency or indeed in
  • 46:21
    the wider intelligence community at the
  • 46:24
    moment at CIA setting aside my own
  • 46:27
    position the head of operations as a
  • 46:31
    woman the head of analysis as a woman
  • 46:33
    the head of Science and Technology as a
  • 46:36
    woman you might sense a conspiracy here
  • 46:39
    but our general counsel is a woman the
  • 46:43
    head of diversity and inclusion is a
  • 46:45
    woman
  • 46:47
    yeah I think yes in important roles but
  • 46:52
    there have been there have been a lot of
  • 46:53
    women traditionally in CIA just not in
  • 46:55
    leadership roles was that the only point
  • 46:57
    they were making or women in general and
  • 47:00
    CIA I think that just a lot of women but
  • 47:02
    the one that the diversity officer being
  • 47:05
    a woman is I think I don't know how long
  • 47:07
    that's been going on but I think that's
  • 47:09
    how potentially mayor Pete yeah I was
  • 47:12
    just gonna say it's like all right he's
  • 47:13
    gotten into the situation yes so there's
  • 47:18
    some going on at that agency but you
  • 47:20
    know they're working against the
  • 47:21
    interests of the American public if
  • 47:23
    they're going after Trump which they
  • 47:24
    seemed to be doing of course that was
  • 47:25
    never brought up and this did and this
  • 47:27
    discussion and the thing is the guy who
  • 47:29
    was disguised I can't remember this
  • 47:30
    guy's name but he's CEO of Auburn and
  • 47:32
    used to XD I hit a dia and he was in
  • 47:35
    Trump's transition team this guy hmm
  • 47:38
    Bradley or Montgomery I can't think of
  • 47:40
    his name I have to get my notes out but
  • 47:43
    which leads me to believe that you know
  • 47:47
    a lot of people in Trump's transition
  • 47:48
    team weren't really working not really
  • 47:50
    working for him if it Trump because this
  • 47:52
    guy should have said something about the
  • 47:54
    the obvi ASSA tea that the CIA and the
  • 47:57
    Intel community is going after Trump or
  • 48:02
    at least the leadership is Mike I don't
  • 48:04
    know about the down below people Mike
  • 48:06
    Pompeo who was Trump's CIA director
  • 48:09
    before he became Secretary of State was
  • 48:12
    here in Texas this past week and he had
  • 48:14
    did a little speed little Q&A type thing
  • 48:16
    at Texas A&M and I thought this was
  • 48:19
    worth sharing in terms of how you think
  • 48:21
    about problems that side when I was a
  • 48:23
    cadet what's the first what's the cadet
  • 48:25
    motto at West Point he will not lie
  • 48:27
    cheat or steal or tolerate those who do
  • 48:29
    I was the CI director we lied we cheated
  • 48:32
    we sneak on stole like we had with the
  • 48:36
    entire good entire training courses that
  • 48:43
    it reminds you of the the glory of the
  • 48:46
    American experiment we lied we stole we
  • 48:50
    cheat we even had courses on how to do
  • 48:52
    it wow that's a great clip Thanks only
  • 48:56
    in evergreen only in Texas
  • 49:01
    yeah well Pompeo seems like kind of a
  • 49:03
    boob oh maybe I should no I mean I think
  • 49:08
    I think he's got a lot going on well
  • 49:11
    he's got his background it indicates
  • 49:13
    he's not an oaf but he seems to be seems
  • 49:16
    to seem he presents himself as one right
  • 49:19
    all right well just as an entre mom
  • 49:25
    because this kind of slipped through the
  • 49:26
    cracks
  • 49:27
    it doesn't get the type of attention
  • 49:29
    that you would expect but of course we
  • 49:31
    know who the true enemy is of the United
  • 49:34
    States that is Russia even though I
  • 49:36
    recall Hillary Clinton trying to do a
  • 49:38
    reset and you know making sure that we
  • 49:41
    shared in our uranium and you know those
  • 49:43
    all kinds of friendliness but somehow
  • 49:45
    they're there the arch enemy however
  • 49:48
    this just took place on Wednesday April
  • 49:51
    17th an airport employee in New York
  • 49:53
    pled guilty to acting as a foreign agent
  • 49:55
    on behalf of the Chinese regime she
  • 49:58
    smuggled luggage on two flights for
  • 49:59
    Chinese military officials the woman
  • 50:02
    named Li Ning they face up to 10 years
  • 50:04
    in prison man she will also forfeit a
  • 50:06
    hundred and seventy thousand dollars for
  • 50:08
    her actions lien began working with the
  • 50:10
    Chinese state-run airline Air China in
  • 50:13
    2002 she became a manager in 2009 she
  • 50:16
    mostly served Chinese VIPs and
  • 50:18
    government employees both the FBI and
  • 50:20
    DHS were involved in the case
  • 50:22
    FBI assistant director in charge William
  • 50:24
    F Sweeney said we believe this case
  • 50:26
    isn't unique and hope it serves as an
  • 50:28
    example to the Chinese and other foreign
  • 50:31
    governments can't break our laws with
  • 50:32
    impunity lien will accept luggage from
  • 50:35
    officers of the Chinese Communist Party
  • 50:37
    or CCP
  • 50:39
    market as unaccompanied or even check it
  • 50:41
    in under another passengers name she
  • 50:44
    also encouraged other employees to help
  • 50:46
    military officers saying their primary
  • 50:48
    loyalty was to the Chinese regime
  • 50:50
    attorney Richard P Donohue for the
  • 50:53
    Eastern District of New York said this
  • 50:55
    case demonstrates how seriously we
  • 50:57
    address counterintelligence threats
  • 50:59
    posed by individuals in the United
  • 51:01
    States who work for foreign governments
  • 51:03
    such as China lien may have her
  • 51:06
    citizenship revoked if evidence is found
  • 51:08
    that she lied in the process of
  • 51:10
    obtaining it lien will be sentenced on
  • 51:12
    September 10th now this was a rather
  • 51:14
    poor read from the newsperson it's from
  • 51:17
    some House of Kolor NTD but it is the
  • 51:20
    only clip I could find of what happened
  • 51:23
    this is kind of a big deal I think I
  • 51:26
    think this is a huge deal and this it's
  • 51:29
    well this is an example of what you said
  • 51:32
    the beginning of the show is that
  • 51:33
    because of this Trump mania over the
  • 51:36
    Moller report we're not getting these
  • 51:38
    news stories which is a debt is a very
  • 51:40
    important story yeah and I get it from
  • 51:42
    NTD a guy who's in his bathroom
  • 51:44
    recording is a it's worse than a podcast
  • 51:50
    worse than a podcast and actually the
  • 51:52
    report went on for another two minutes
  • 51:54
    with all these different cases of you
  • 51:57
    know spying of Chinese nationals who are
  • 52:00
    here legally and just spying yeah and
  • 52:03
    that's kind of how you do it I mean
  • 52:05
    that's how spies work you come in
  • 52:08
    Legally you assimilate but yeah its
  • 52:11
    Boeing secrets it's NASA secrets it's
  • 52:14
    and there's a lot of this going on in
  • 52:15
    Silicon Valley I think you've mentioned
  • 52:18
    it from time to time
  • 52:20
    absolutely well that's interesting
  • 52:23
    report there's no follow-up nobody else
  • 52:25
    is covering it this terrible nothing oh
  • 52:27
    I did I just see I missed one clip I
  • 52:30
    have a Glenn Greenwald he still worked
  • 52:33
    well this was a great it's not so much
  • 52:36
    about the content as it is well it's
  • 52:37
    also the content is good but he's asked
  • 52:40
    to be on NPR and this is right after
  • 52:42
    Julian Assange got arrested or as you
  • 52:45
    and I have intimated to each other
  • 52:47
    was it really Julian Assange I've seen
  • 52:50
    websites that show Julian Assange
  • 52:53
    he doubles pretty uncanny we we should
  • 52:58
    touch before you play that clip let's
  • 52:59
    discuss this well if I beard you know
  • 53:02
    it's the beard that threw me off your to
  • 53:05
    cover up facial features the chin line
  • 53:08
    you can't you might not be able to
  • 53:10
    duplicate that's what you grow up beard
  • 53:11
    you never wins the last time we saw him
  • 53:13
    with a beard I don't think ever I don't
  • 53:15
    think I've seen him with a beard so he
  • 53:17
    comes out and then he's carrying the
  • 53:19
    thing that triggered me was he's
  • 53:21
    carrying a Gore Vidal's book yes and the
  • 53:25
    book and he showed and it's very clear
  • 53:27
    in them as they're hauling him out and
  • 53:29
    you'd he's also not standing so you
  • 53:31
    can't get his height if you haven't
  • 53:32
    noticed that trick yep so he could have
  • 53:35
    been a short guy tall guy who knows
  • 53:36
    because they're carrying him out and so
  • 53:39
    you can't do an analysis of his height
  • 53:41
    you know John no one has done analysis
  • 53:44
    of that it's automatically assumed that
  • 53:46
    he would not go and they dragged him out
  • 53:49
    you knows what's going on it's it's the
  • 53:52
    oddest thing I've never seen someone get
  • 53:54
    dragged out hogtied like that
  • 53:56
    he wasn't even hogtied they were holding
  • 53:58
    on to his legs I don't think they were
  • 53:59
    tied no they're just hauling him out so
  • 54:03
    each so you couldn't get a height so
  • 54:05
    there's if you see some of the pictures
  • 54:07
    there's a couple of the cups that have a
  • 54:08
    funny laughing look on their faces
  • 54:10
    though they know the scam is a scam of
  • 54:12
    some sort and so they're hauling him out
  • 54:16
    he's carrying this Gore Vidal's book the
  • 54:18
    history of national security the history
  • 54:21
    of national securities something but
  • 54:24
    it's a funny book that he would well now
  • 54:26
    now I need to know what this is and
  • 54:28
    clearly this was a sign Gore video seems
  • 54:32
    like a signal a signal was a signal of
  • 54:34
    some sort hey cuz why would you have the
  • 54:36
    book anywhere you holding some guy out
  • 54:38
    of there he's got a book in his hand
  • 54:39
    yeah you're dragging me out let me just
  • 54:44
    take my book please I want to take my
  • 54:46
    book yeah mister the book is a giveaway
  • 54:50
    and so not that we're overly suspicious
  • 54:53
    but that's what we do on this show
  • 54:54
    because we looking for looking for those
  • 54:56
    scams that are going on and the poor
  • 54:59
    reporting which nobody who everybody
  • 55:00
    does
  • 55:02
    us and so yeah I think it says we could
  • 55:06
    have been an extraction I mean the
  • 55:08
    extract that could have been a diversion
  • 55:10
    for an extraction I mean maybe some guy
  • 55:13
    with dark hair and a mustache walked out
  • 55:16
    a couple of days late or it broke that's
  • 55:17
    what I was going to say there's a lot of
  • 55:19
    reports of him being able to slip out
  • 55:22
    you know dressed as a maintenance worker
  • 55:25
    or I think I'm pretty sure he was able
  • 55:28
    to go in and out of the embassy and
  • 55:31
    maybe I would hope so maybe he had you
  • 55:33
    know a body double come in and it just
  • 55:35
    it makes a lot of sense if that was me
  • 55:37
    I know I know that you as my friend
  • 55:40
    would get some Tourette's head shakin
  • 55:42
    guy and throw a wig on him and and help
  • 55:44
    me out yeah I think I just go over to
  • 55:46
    your old place in Texas and grab one of
  • 55:49
    your wigs and we'd use that okay
  • 55:52
    unnecessary roughness on the play so
  • 55:56
    Greg Greenwald don't rap he has every
  • 56:00
    right to be pissed at his at this
  • 56:02
    introduction damn just the whole thing
  • 56:05
    is is shameful by NPR for a fellow
  • 56:10
    journalist and I think Greenwald did a
  • 56:13
    pretty good job on this but this is true
  • 56:15
    media his stare
  • 56:16
    hysteria I want to bring in another
  • 56:18
    voice here it is Julian Assange is
  • 56:20
    colleague Glenn Greenwald he's on the
  • 56:22
    line is a longtime backer and proponent
  • 56:24
    of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange Glenn
  • 56:26
    thanks for taking the time this morning
  • 56:27
    sure I'm not sure why you introduced me
  • 56:29
    as a colleague of Julian Assange since
  • 56:31
    I'm not actually that I've reported on
  • 56:33
    him he's a journalist but I'm happy to
  • 56:35
    be with you I heard that I'm like wow
  • 56:40
    what a dick he's green was I gonna put
  • 56:44
    up with that crap
  • 56:44
    well stand by he does not well to tell I
  • 56:47
    would love if you could actually I think
  • 56:50
    the NPR Cherno is just confused he's
  • 56:54
    conflating Snowden with you know stuff
  • 56:57
    that might have you know done the
  • 56:58
    WikiLeaks dumps and he's he actually is
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    just poorly prepared but I'm happy to be
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    with you well to telly I would love it
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    if you could actually just so people
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    understand characterize your
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    relationship with with him and with
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    WikiLeaks sure I'm a Pulitzer Prize
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    winning journalist who has reported on
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    could say that yes I'm a podcast
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    hall-of-famer who has been reporting on
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    WikiLeaks over the years just like NPR
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    has and beyond that I don't have any
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    relationship with WikiLeaks or Julian
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    Assange and I'm not sure why you're
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    trying to imply otherwise have you been
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    in contact with them today or leading up
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    to this no and what do you think of the
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    charges against him well I agree with
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    the Obama Justice Department the
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    Washington Post editorial of 2011 The
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    Guardian editorial from yesterday and
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    the consensus of press freedom groups
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    around the world which is that
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    prosecuting Julian Assange in connection
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    with publishing secret documents that
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    showed us war crimes is one of the
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    greatest work to possibly them possibly
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    imagine the world
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    and the indictment that the DOJ issued
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    says among other things that are thorns
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    for example encouraged Manning to get
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    more documents than she had originally
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    provided which is something journalists
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    I'm looking at work with sources or not
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    and your reporting but I do this is
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    something journalists do every day they
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    say thanks for getting me this is there
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    any way you can get more of that so to
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    criminalize that encouraging sources to
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    get more classified documents is to
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    criminalize journalism and I would hope
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    no journalist would stand behind the
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    Trump administration as a card to do
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    that obviously if Julian Assange
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    actually you know I got to tell you I
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    have listened to so much radio in my
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    life do you hear the edits in this thing
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    I you know I hear edits all the time did
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    you hear this blatant one I didn't I
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    wasn't looking for edits okay it just
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    has been edited to tighten it up yeah to
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    get Markoff to buy documents is to
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    criminalize journalism and I would hope
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    no journalists would stand behind the
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    Trump administration has the courage to
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    do that obviously Julian Assange
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    actually issue a government database
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    that's just standard criminal hacking
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    but the indictment doesn't say that the
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    indictment says that Julian worked with
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    Chelsea Manning and encouraged her in
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    order to get these documents which again
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    something journalists do all the time
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    go out to see what the evidence says
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    obviously hacking is a crime and just
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    because you're a journalist is I mean
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    you get to do that but encouraging a
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    source or working with us for us to get
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    documents is
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    here enough to get a journalism and that
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    was the end of it and the guy let him go
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    right away
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    poor guys knew she was that guy key I
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    think he's from here and now on NPR he's
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    a very recognizable voice it's he yeah I
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    think he's from here and now I don't
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    know who his name is what his name is
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    hmm but poorly prepared to get Greenwald
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    on a Skype line I mean they have good
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    skype connections in Brazil yeah he's
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    unlike a were the world's worst pots
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    line this is this I didn't think about I
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    was still wondering how we can get an
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    interview on a phone we need a Pulitzer
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    sir we're not getting one
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    we might get a Peabody if they get rid
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    of a couple of the judges a Peabody Oh
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    what is the Peabody for a Peabody is for
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    excellence excellence in Leslie in
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    broadcasting oh we should be able to get
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    that oh yeah and it has any other
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    podcaster won a Peabody and not yet
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    we'll be perfect to be first it's like I
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    got the first Marconi for for podcasting
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    they had to change the rules so they
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    need to change the rules well well yeah
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    we can start promoting it now people out
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    there should help us alright that was
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    classic it was actually pretty funny uh
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    see what else we get the yellow vest
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    updates I got a PBS report that's one of
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    the few things that showed up that was
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    outside of the Trump derangement crap in
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    France that a yellow vest demonstrator
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    set fires threw rocks and complained
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    about huge sums being donated to restore
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    the Notre Dame Cathedral after Monday's
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    devastating blaze one protesters signed
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    read everything for Notre Dom what about
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    for us the poor in Paris large portions
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    of the Metro were closed and across the
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    country about 60,000 police were
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    deployed on the 23rd weekend of protests
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    against President Emmanuel macron
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    economic policies macron was about to
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    unveil new policies in response to the
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    protests on Monday but cancelled when
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    the Notre Dom fire erupted so a couple
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    things about that
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    one I've seen reports in Europe saying
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    that the yellow vests are you know
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    they're they're just not stopping this
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    this this was a false flag they're
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    saying so now we're gonna burn the rest
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    of France yeah the thing is the
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    backfired according to patch annex
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    thesis and I think he was right on this
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    one is that microns popularity didn't
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    change one bit with the no tree Dom
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    incident right ended and the backfiring
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    is this it's like hey look at all the
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    money that these rich people were gonna
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    throw at the notre dam roof exactly
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    nothing no we got to pay extra tax and
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    we gotta pay extra carbon tax that was
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    the battery same rich people yes I think
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    that was I just wash them off more that
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    was the backfire I totally agree and it
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    seems did you get the note from Sir Mark
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    Hall about the redesign of the
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    reconstruction yeah I did about the
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    Belgian to the Belgian artists
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    architects yes Belgium with wim del voi
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    Vidal voi says he's going to take part
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    in the international competition and
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    seems like he's already a shoo-in and he
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    wants to do the the glass and the steel
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    I think that you were talking about in
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    the newsletter yeah I put it in the
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    newsletter I think what we'd like
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    because this came up in a dinner
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    conversation mm-hmm actually with JC who
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    we're talking about the symbolism of
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    changing the city using the old plans
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    for thee because this thing has been
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    changed a few times along the way and
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    most of these old gothic and Renaissance
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    churches were built and kind of rebuilt
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    and then they cave in and they'd do
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    something different and they keep
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    changing them and then this thing I
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    think the last time they were Notre Dame
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    burnt was in six to sixteen hundreds of
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    Victor Hugo wrote about it and I think
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    they probably changed some some things
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    then and they can't get they can't do
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    the old roof anymore because those were
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    I didn't know this but apparently does
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    it was those were oak giant oak beams
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    which I know you can get giant redwood
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    still they do not ignite quickly no they
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    don't but I know you get giant redwood
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    it doesn't catch on fire that easy
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    either
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    but yeah I know but it's the size of the
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    beams you can't get those beams anymore
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    so there
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    have to use something else so that's
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    already a modification and so if you're
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    gonna modify it why don't you open up
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    the open up to put a glass roof or put
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    steel beams I mean there's other ways
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    you can go and still have the same
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    appearance and still be cool but you
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    know it'd be faster I think by now
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    you've probably seen as I predicted it
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    would come out this way and because the
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    reports were already there now the
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    rector rector Patrick Chauvet says well
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    it looks like was a computer glitch that
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    actually caused the fire his exact words
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    but we will not know we may find out
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    what happened in two or three months
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    which seems much more likely than this
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    immediate it was an accident it was a
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    cigarette but it was you know whatever
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    it was Chris Cuomo said that could have
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    been a cigarette vault
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    AP is reporting it how does a glitch
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    cause a thing to catch on fire who did
  • 1:05:00
    that cap go off and one of this kind a
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    cap go off once the capacitor blew up
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    and one of the computers I once had yes
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    still you gotta have a pretty big fire
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    to get the oak started yeah so no I
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    doubt there was a big I think maybe it's
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    in the translation I still think that
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    what they're going to point to
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    eventually is that there was a
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    relatively new system monitored 24/7 to
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    people in the building at all times
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    sensors everywhere brand-new wiring but
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    that it said that there was a fire in a
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    different spot and that's what confused
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    the firefighters or what started the
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    fire well no
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    but isn't it great to have a theory for
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    us all to obsess over and then not even
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    think about what started it isn't that
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    kind of how it works and with that I'd
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    like to thank you for your courage to
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    say in the morning to you the man who
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    put the C in the chicken coop Jhansi
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    Dvorak any morning to you eyes about
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    time all the ships at sea the boots on
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    the ground the feet in the air the subs
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    in the water all the names tonight's out
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    there hello in the morning and happy
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    Easter to the troll room hello
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    trolls they've been very very gracious
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    to grace us with their presence at No
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    patrolling is permitted role try just
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    troll also in the morning too
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    there he is again Darren O'Neill brought
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    us the artwork for episode 11:30 titled
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    that was troll Union no coincidence and
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    Darren has just been cranking him out
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    then this was the glitch pulled down
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    fire alarm with it was a beautiful piece
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    with the French flag in the background
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    the rich light was a nice touch position
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    nicely and and I'm just continuously
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    amazed how the press accepts glitch as
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    an answer what happened with the with
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    the system Oh glitch
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    okay I'll report that because you know
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    God forbid we look into what the glitch
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    was no nothing I mean your complaint is
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    is you know you Hey
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    it's falling on deaf ears be it's it's a
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    lot it's a right it's a rightful
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    complaint that no one seems to be care
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    about at all no people and it's true
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    these reporters were terrible they're no
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    that's true I think any truth between I
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    think any reporter who uses the word
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    glitch should be fire this room fire to
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    be far as right away so Thank You Darren
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    O'Neill no agenda our generator calm
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    that's where you can view all of the
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    arts and we have over everything nothing
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    we have like 15,000
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    maybe even more let me see la do we have
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    submitted so far yeah we have a 13,000
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    over 13,000 pieces of art throughout the
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    happy that everyone participates and you
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    can do it too that's the good part you
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    can upload anything and it might get
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    used for album art which really helps
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    the program people notice that they tend
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    exciting it could also be in the
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    it's a friend well yeah it's kind of
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    friendly so we had a triple witching for
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    our donation segment we had 420
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    celebrated widely that was a donation
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    which you had an interesting amount for
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    and then there was also Easter of course
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    and what was the third
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    tomorrow is Earth Day Oh Earth Day can't
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    wait to share some stuff with you
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    Earth Day Earth that's the day that we
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    celebrate the earth yes sir okay well
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    let's start with the thing in a few
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    people and that's the celebration enough
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    for us night
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    Lenart $499.99 leads the way from
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    Holland and he says keep up the
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    excellent work no jingles nor commerce
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    well thank you very much thank you sir
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    night Leonard I don't know we're in the
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    Netherlands I wonder where he lives
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    you could probably dig it up sir Craig
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    Porter the Ronin $420 in 69 cents for 20
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    and 69 get it ha ha ITM Jon and Adam no
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    jingles this time but I'd like to
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    request a karma shot for all those who
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    came to the Portland meetup yes there's
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    a Portland meetup and a melon Sam was
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    there did I have I have a quick note
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    from him actually yes yes oh you don't
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    wanna do that now since we're in
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    Portland no donation came in ah ok
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    thanks for telling me I was a little
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    worried only three people had signed up
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    on meetings meetup.com but we ended up
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    if you should go to no agenda me
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    calm meetup.com its no agenda meetups
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    calm who don't know agenda meetups like
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    I'm the reason that meetup.com doesn't
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    work because they have all these for
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    example if it's like a week before the
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    event you can't sign in and there's all
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    these things it's terrible
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    I don't like meetup.com I never have
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    liked well you know the real boss of us
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    me me she hates it yeah what she does
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    hate it she even I hate it more than she
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    does
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    but we need anyway he said we needed we
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    ended up having a about 20 people show
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    up which is not bad for just a
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    standalone meeting with the permission
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    of the peerage committee we'd like to