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1135: Miss Lawyer USA

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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May 5th, 2019
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    hiring people on voice NPR they just
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    hiring anybody
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    Wow that's your Mexican thing very
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    authentic as opposed to what I don't
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    know my guitar
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    well happy Cinco DeMayo by sombrero yes
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    yes so a bunch of other events today if
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    you look on the list it's unbelievable
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    how many things are going on in the day
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    like this well you know you know if I
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    this is the fourth 1904 405 1904 the
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    first no I'm sorry the first perfect
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    game was pitched by sai yeung I put that
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    in the newsletter but since nobody got
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    the newsletter I thought I'd mentioned
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    it on the show now is this really true
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    is this is this what happened that the
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    people didn't receive I received it but
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    of course I don't use Gmail and it was a
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    good newsletter email phenomenon I think
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    it's MailChimp how do I say that because
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    of all the different weather there are a
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    lot of people that use Gmail in the
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    background but it was I by asked and I
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    got note after note after no no I looked
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    here I looked in spam I looked at trash
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    I didn't see it hmm
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    and I brought all our names down and
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    this like dozens and I read I'm sure
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    that most people you know some people
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    read even get the second note but it
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    takes a little effort to I'm sure that
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    the the names email addresses I received
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    back saying they never could find it
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    he's only a portion because most people
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    aren't even a bother
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    do I have a theory about it I might my
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    theory now we were celebrating different
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    zanko's today and my theory is that the
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    adorable picture broke the internet
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    if an actual actually sucks it could be
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    but somebody actually came up with a
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    very interesting that little out there
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    and a little creepy
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    explanation which I noted might be a
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    possibility all right
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    in the caption on his picture in
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    particular I mentioned bank passwords oh
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    that's right yet Noah's family passwords
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    and bank accounts or something like that
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    yes and you think that they're going
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    that deep into the content to filter out
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    and that would be dangerous
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    or well I guess it would be seen as spam
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    you have passwords Bank hmm or at least
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    suspicious well the thing that got me is
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    man this kid looks just like you
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    that's I couldn't get past that it looks
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    just like my son is usually Wow dude
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    he's a little baby she's a mini JC D if
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    I ever saw one people's mouths fall open
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    when they see that picture of him way to
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    exploit him by the way Grahams good job
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    yeah nobody gets the email yeah well
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    alright so it's a Cinco de Mayo there
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    for Mexico it is Theodore Bulls is it
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    second birthday third second second
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    birthday and I'm on the list by the way
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    I never put him on the list
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    that's interesting no one put him on the
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    list the whole Dvorak clan left out
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    Theodore abused the kid for the
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    newsletter but don't give him any any
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    props or anything in the show huh so who
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    should I say this is coming from is it
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    from grandpa John yeah what does he call
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    you he's not a talker okay he's not a
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    talker
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    well I'd say as long as he's the entire
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    time he's not a talker talker is
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    probably good once they start it's all
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    over yeah yeah yeah yeah it
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    also Liberation Day in the Netherlands
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    which is celebrated quite largely with
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    the day bu day today I think that's nice
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    into the night yes yeah they moved it to
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    the 9th I don't know if anyone actually
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    celebrates it what do they do on EU Day
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    will be able to celebrate it on the next
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    show I believe the 9th is Thursday so
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    there works out perfectly we can still
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    participate in EU Day nice and today is
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    also mine the keepers 4th anniversary of
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    our first date
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    do you have an anniversary of your first
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    kiss too it is interesting how women do
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    keep track of dates mine does because
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    actually today was the 15th ownership
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    you said mine mine what I put a ring on
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    that that's what you get to own it and
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    although the question is who's really
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    owned here in the relationship we
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    celebrated last night we went out to
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    dinner for uh we went to one of our
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    favorite places when we lived downtown
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    which you can only go to once in a while
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    it's true luxe
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    yeah the we talked about yeah yeah well
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    it was nice so yes lots to celebrate
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    today congratulations everybody and I
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    wanted to jump in with Venezuela for a
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    very specific reason because I received
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    after the last show I received three
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    separate emails one was addressed to
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    both of us and John you replied to it
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    did you remember when Hillary Clinton
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    State Department was recruiting and
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    training techno experts oh yeah that
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    we've made a big deal about that on the
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    show yeah she'd techno experts in there
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    that's when there that's when the
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    Internet in a box
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    was available that was part of it and
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    they were training kids all over the
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    world and getting him specially special
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    techno expert universities that I was
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    eventually handed over to Soros well I
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    have a feeling that we've looked at this
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    at this attempted coup and pretty much
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    what we said on the last show okay we
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    see what's going on but this is this is
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    5050 ideas I said 80s you correctly took
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    it back to the 50s they're doing it in a
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    way that is wag the dog style you know
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    it's not working we're not falling for
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    television doesn't work the same and so
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    now they bring out
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    I think the techno experts and for some
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    bizarre reason they've latched on to us
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    which could mean that were of some
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    importance I don't know we're honorably
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    think we're just on a list in the State
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    Department but all of these emails were
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    the same except they were from different
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    people and I found this to be
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    interesting so Regency I only got oh
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    well let's say that I got the one which
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    I responded to mhm and and now that you
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    mentioned it wasn't didn't really make
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    any sense because it was not based on
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    anything we said well exactly know if I
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    got the other two maybe you said oh no
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    the other two were just to me so I don't
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    know if you got any individually but
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    they were only sent to me so the one the
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    one that you replied to was from why
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    don't you read it and read my reply oh
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    okay well you don't have your reply
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    handy no I'm not ready for this segment
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    so always be ready excuse me Adam and
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    John you must correct your stance on
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    Venezuela you have many donors belonging
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    to the Venezuela diaspora and Trump
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    slash Magus a Porter's you must support
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    president Donald Trump Mike Pompeo
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    Elliot Abraham's and John Bolton in
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    seeking freedom and democracy for the
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    Venezuelan people just like you
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    currently enjoy this is where I'm
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    already like you're putting all those
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    people into the same list it's like yeah
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    we're supposed to support those those
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    douchebags
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    nicolas maduro is an evil authoritarian
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    dictator who's turned our once wealthy
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    and flourishing country into a basket
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    case and here comes the common thread
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    please watch the video from dr. steve
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    botanic on youtube
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    it is highly educational and informative
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    and there's a link i'm sure if you
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    change your stance donations will
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    rapidly increase and will highlight the
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    revolutionary success of the village for
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    value model uh-huh last but not least as
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    an American you should genuinely support
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    the dismantling of Russian Chinese
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    Iranian Hezbollah narco-terrorism a lot
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    and to which you responded I didn't
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    actually put the response in my show
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    notes in my show prep but I have it here
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    somewhere I thought was thought I did at
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    least what would you say you know we're
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    not here I said yeah we don't like the
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    Maduro guy we never liked Chavez but
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    we're here to deconstruct news and make
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    news more understandable for the public
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    and we're not here to promote revolution
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    anyplace it's not what we do we're news
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    and analysts period exact at that
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    because that's what we do we don't we're
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    not here to pound the drum for some
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    operation
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    interestingly that we think we even said
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    yeah you know we see what's going on we
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    can't have ballistic missiles from the
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    Russians just like the cube root crisis
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    quote too close to us but Trump should
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    just be honest and say here's what we're
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    doing here's what we're doing about it
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    so here's the next text of techno and
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    expert the similarities are interesting
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    user dearest Adam Curry you can your
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    wrist
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    dearest you can almost hear the the form
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    letter you sir are misleading your
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    viewers so this persuade all this is a
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    new one yeah this is a second one yeah
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    yeah oh yeah so they don't don't even
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    know what the show is but listen because
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    it's the same as what you receive so
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    this person does not know that there's
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    nothing to view so they've never heard
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    the show you sir are misleading your
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    viewers and painting a cia-led
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    conspiracy theory on Van
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    Wailer this behavior is utterly shameful
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    and short-sighted the Venezuelan people
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    are struggling under a horrific brutal
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    regime where women are raped and
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    children are tortured as political
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    intimidation and retribution as you have
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    cited numerous times here it is dr.
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    Steve Pacino is an individual of
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    impeccable standing and credibility in
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    the field of foreign affairs
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    I hear better if I refer you to his
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    YouTube video on the matter titled opus
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    147 Venezuela coup slow-start
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    he will find facts that you should
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    repeat to your viewers on the show this
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    coming Sunday hello viewers pay
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    attention President Trump and his
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    national security team are working
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    diligently and effortlessly to bring
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    peace tranquility and prosperity to the
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    Venezuelan people
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    unfortunately the illegal Maduro regime
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    and its enablers Russia Iran Cuba and
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    Hezbollah stand in the way we Venezuelan
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    people wholeheartedly welcomed and
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    encouraged Trump to take the next step
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    military intervention whether in the
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    form of ground troops or precision
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    strikes against the Maduro regime the
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    suffering cannot continue please do not
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    be another enabler of the Maduro
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    communist regime we witness enough of
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    that with code pink and elan Omar your
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    criticism of John Bolton and Elliott
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    Abrams is untoward untoward Wow who says
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    that any more untoward the 50s they have
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    us yes there you go they have ushered in
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    prospering democracies in Latin America
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    that have replaced totalitarian
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    dictatorships okay what name would best
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    wishes Rodolfo so you see the
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    commonalities and then the third one
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    dear Mr curry with utmost interest I
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    listen to your show episode 1134 titled
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    opinion people in which you discuss the
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    crisis in Venezuela your views our
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    people we are suffering under the
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    vicious dictator Nicolas Maduro who has
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    used our country to provide safe haven
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    to Russians Cubans Iranians and Lebanese
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    terrorist group Hezbollah they will use
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    Venezuelan territory to instigate and
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    launch attacks against the United States
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    and its people this is a threat to you
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    and your family safety in highest level
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    of an illegitimate Venezuelan government
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    right-hand man - Maduro is Lebanese
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    Hezbollah operative Tariq allah sawas
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    I Sami the New York Times exposed his
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    illegal activities in a bombshell report
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    a few days ago linked he has used
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    Venezuelan national resources to prop up
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    Syrian mass murdering dictator who gas
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    his own people bashar al-assad
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    till now he sends to syria venez oil to
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    prop up Russian puppet Assad he's
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    formally ally of it goes on and on and
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    on I hope you reconsider and change your
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    tune for your show on Sunday you must
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    support liberation of Venezuela from
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    crutches of these entities Bolton Abrams
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    have the best interest of the Venezuelan
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    people I suggest you listen to dr. Steve
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    phonetic who supports the liberation of
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    Venezuelan people through coup or
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    military action we understand if Trump
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    must use military and precision strikes
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    against Venezuelan government to
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    liberate us you have previously stated
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    dr. Steve is knowledgeable on these
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    matters listen to him and repeat on your
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    shawl from mr. Alec on your show mr.
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    Alejandro Vasquez who is an engineer and
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    techno consult apparently so
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    this is coordinated obviously the the
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    the biggest commonality of interest is
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    pichan ik and the PO genic link so he
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    may be I guess botanics running an op
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    could be and these are his people or may
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    be form I don't know who it is mr. Chen
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    ik good he would put one of the mess one
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    of the emails would say your viewers and
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    yeah and make it seem like this could be
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    well I was kind of happy when I got this
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    matter in some small insignificant way
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    someone cares about what we say I wasted
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    my time was my email back to this guy
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    because it went felt it would not only
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    fell on deaf ears but didn't even go to
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    anybody this was not there was not
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    nothing to respond to on this you can't
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    even get to a back-and-forth
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    because these are just a Braj yeah well
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    as only three is not a bra if it was
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    more of uh I'm sure somebody some people
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    get ba Rajas and if we get a barrage at
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    some point but but it would be too
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    obvious the problem with us is that
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    since all we really do is deconstruct
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    stuff we don't take sides necessarily I
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    mean we take somewhat of a sign here and
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    there but since we don't a sense we're
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    mostly in the deconstruction they can't
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    send us a barrage because it would be
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    too obvious
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    it was obvious with only three what are
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    they gonna do now because we actually
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    read the emails we actually analyze the
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    emails and we find three sketchy emails
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    that come in pretty much formulaic and
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    we identify them immediately and then
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    report on him but you can't be sending
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    us stuff like this if it appears to me
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    that the sushi this is a continuation of
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    their 50 1950 strategy's the way they're
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    doing this I mean it's not just douchey
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    it's short-sighted and just dumb I mean
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    how are we not gonna figure this out so
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    they take a bunch of someone's taking a
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    bunch of techno experts now I personally
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    I'm thinking our own State Department
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    would do this I'm sure that's where they
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    have they have list of important
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    podcasts I'm sure Rogan is getting what
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    getting emails and you know - ever else
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    if you mention if you mentioned
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    Venezuela in the wrong way then you get
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    an email from the State Department but
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    they're even even what they're doing um
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    in mainstream so this is from the BBC
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    they're still using well in this case
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    I'll say the means from the 80s to get
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    everybody all riled up this is a spokes
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    hole for Guido a Vanessa Neumann and
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    she's talking to the BBC
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    well let's dr. Huang why those
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    representative here in the UK she's dr.
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    Vanessa annoy Minh welcome to the
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    program yesterday was a disaster for you
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    wasn't it no absolutely not
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    in fact we are keenly aware that this is
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    the beginning of a longer term operation
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    we know that this is a protest you do
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    not overthrow a 20 year dictatorship
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    really
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    in one day especially with the military
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    that is basically the world's biggest
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    drug cartel and part of the reason why
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    they are not flipping is because they
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    make eight point eight billion dollars a
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    year off their illicit trade which
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    includes narcotics weapons gasoline and
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    the food that they provide to the little
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    bit of food that they provide to the
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    starving people
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    this is unstoppable what we do have is
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    that everybody from the middle ranks on
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    down their families in them in the
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    military their families are also
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    starving they their children are also
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    dying of a lack of medicine there is
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    still oppression in the barracks do not
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    forget that they operate in the state of
  • 18:14
    terror so we have over a hundred
  • 18:16
    military commanders who have previously
  • 18:19
    attempted uprisings before they even the
  • 18:21
    appearance of gly though in order to
  • 18:23
    come in in line with the Constitution
  • 18:24
    they are being tortured so we are aware
  • 18:27
    that this is a protest we are fighting
  • 18:30
    for
  • 18:30
    not just for freedom but for very lives
  • 18:32
    our compatriots so we know that this is
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    going now the military majesty they did
  • 18:38
    not fire on us yeah commander we we have
  • 18:40
    sense weakness and we know we can take
  • 18:42
    it all the way just not giving up it's
  • 18:44
    yeah they're starving us and it's
  • 18:46
    horrible and then you always got to
  • 18:48
    bring this one in were you a senior
  • 18:50
    figures to come over to your side
  • 18:52
    yesterday there and yet and if so you
  • 18:54
    must be disappointed that they suddenly
  • 18:56
    back down well I think that you know
  • 18:59
    this this is a negotiation I mean I
  • 19:01
    think it's I think it's a disappointment
  • 19:03
    that all military will not will not
  • 19:06
    defend the Constitution we are still
  • 19:08
    engaging them president Wong why though
  • 19:10
    is the constitutional leader
  • 19:12
    what we have is Maduro is a leading a
  • 19:14
    drug cartel which is the number one
  • 19:16
    provider of narcotics to the United
  • 19:18
    Kingdom money that that won't step aside
  • 19:22
    and let the Constitution happen so if we
  • 19:25
    can't reduce it happen and we think that
  • 19:27
    eventually they will okay we know that
  • 19:29
    they will because there are actually
  • 19:30
    still having those conversations and
  • 19:32
    there's still a plane to take Maduro out
  • 19:34
    this woman lives in Britain it's almost
  • 19:36
    like the Syrian observe a ssin group or
  • 19:40
    whatever which is one guy
  • 19:41
    in Long Island and yeah pretending to be
  • 19:44
    tweeting from the frontlines yeah so
  • 19:47
    it's it's incredibly embarrassed
  • 19:50
    this is getting Morris kinky but a
  • 19:53
    second and did they have any way out I
  • 19:57
    guess I guess we're talking about the
  • 19:59
    guys trying to overturn the government
  • 20:01
    and take over the place and yeah the
  • 20:03
    drug business for themselves well you
  • 20:05
    say oil I say that I'm sorry I don't
  • 20:07
    expect to get any more notes yeah I
  • 20:12
    don't know they just like I said I
  • 20:16
    recall it what it is it was a Bosch and
  • 20:19
    it remains a botch and now they're just
  • 20:21
    making it worse they have to regroup so
  • 20:25
    how do I approach botanic about this I
  • 20:27
    got a call dude did you like send a
  • 20:31
    whole bunch of techno experts to me or
  • 20:34
    hey definitely stop emailing me Steve
  • 20:37
    how about that hey stop emailing me but
  • 20:40
    I would believe the following he doesn't
  • 20:43
    he's not-- he probably has some hint at
  • 20:47
    this I don't think he's behind it
  • 20:48
    because he's got other things to do he's
  • 20:51
    not kids did I'm sure right I think he's
  • 20:53
    ever listened and he doesn't listen to
  • 20:55
    the show yeah and you should tell him
  • 20:58
    what's going on and that they're using
  • 20:59
    him as leverage to that's the way that's
  • 21:02
    the approach right they're probably
  • 21:03
    doing this with everybody anything and
  • 21:06
    it's apparently obvious to you because
  • 21:10
    you saw these messages mm-hmm he should
  • 21:12
    do something about it
  • 21:14
    all right I will report back on Thursday
  • 21:16
    if Thursday ever comes gonna be a long
  • 21:22
    week you think I don't know it's like
  • 21:25
    you know you start messing with the
  • 21:27
    techno experts techno experts or techno
  • 21:30
    we need we have a like a clip or
  • 21:33
    something about the techno experts I'm
  • 21:36
    sure we have something staged techno
  • 21:39
    experts what's this hold on
  • 21:41
    oh the stupid clock comes from our Farsi
  • 21:45
    feed at US aid our Farsi yet the 2-part
  • 21:49
    quite let me get to Newland techno
  • 21:51
    experts um I'm the support dating back I
  • 21:55
    think it's almost two years now there
  • 21:57
    was support thing when ambassador Ford
  • 21:59
    was still there and he would go out to
  • 22:00
    meet with the local for naming
  • 22:03
    committees now that's too long what is
  • 22:05
    this Hillary on meddling with the way
  • 22:07
    way stop stop there is something you
  • 22:09
    know I talk about millou's and
  • 22:11
    identifiable mil used by voices yeah
  • 22:13
    that was Matt Lee no not him huh
  • 22:17
    the woman who did the opening this
  • 22:20
    wordage in that clip yes it has the
  • 22:25
    exact same voice and probably from the
  • 22:27
    same area of if you have the clip of the
  • 22:32
    NPR woman the voice of the person asking
  • 22:37
    the NPR woman about okay that's the
  • 22:41
    hardest clip to find I always mess it up
  • 22:44
    so I'll take your word for it that's
  • 22:47
    this exact same voice oh yeah of course
  • 22:51
    how about this one we're doing a lot of
  • 22:53
    work to try to come up with technologies
  • 22:56
    that can circumvent the jamming and the
  • 22:59
    interruptions and the tracking that the
  • 23:02
    the regime are engaged in right now you
  • 23:07
    know is more effective than others to
  • 23:09
    use technology to circumvent internet it
  • 23:13
    is freedom of speech and being into it
  • 23:16
    but we have also seen the regime in its
  • 23:19
    about it wrong anyway I can't find I
  • 23:21
    should have I should look for that
  • 23:22
    earlier yes
  • 23:23
    techno experts I'll talk to him we'll
  • 23:25
    see what happens see if anything pops up
  • 23:29
    in other
  • 23:31
    got nothing like he's being used as
  • 23:33
    she's being used as a tool but to say
  • 23:36
    that Elliott Abrams and Bolton are good
  • 23:39
    guys I don't care what pressure you're
  • 23:41
    under
  • 23:41
    I agree with this just not this no no
  • 23:44
    they're just not no no it's in
  • 23:47
    particular Oh Abrams sabers is a music
  • 23:49
    cool yeah these are they're terrible to
  • 23:51
    two terrible guys yep
  • 23:54
    but I hope that everyone in Venezuela
  • 23:57
    gets what they want I do I just want it
  • 23:59
    really but I just want people to no
  • 24:01
    longer no longer be sleeping under I 35
  • 24:04
    yeah yeah it doesn't do you any good at
  • 24:06
    35 problem though are you
  • 24:09
    yeah and step out of your car in the
  • 24:11
    morning you got a needle right next to
  • 24:13
    you you're a boy you're stepping in poop
  • 24:15
    it's a human poop well something a
  • 24:19
    couple interesting things going on and I
  • 24:21
    did get a reply hated to do it but I did
  • 24:24
    follow the Miss USA yeah I missed it
  • 24:28
    when was this uh
  • 24:30
    I think was Friday night or maybe sit
  • 24:34
    you could have been Saturday or Friday
  • 24:36
    night great so you watched you saw
  • 24:41
    something who got the highlights watch
  • 24:45
    because these shows are too long and
  • 24:46
    they're boring and they're dumb but
  • 24:48
    they're always political and the
  • 24:49
    questions are funny and that's why we
  • 24:51
    follow it that's pretty much all I do
  • 24:53
    and the thing was though there was a
  • 24:55
    there was a there was a overlaying
  • 24:58
    overly to explain it but there were
  • 25:01
    there was an overlay to the to the event
  • 25:05
    and the overlay consists of an something
  • 25:08
    going on in the Bay Area and I believe
  • 25:10
    it's going on all across the country and
  • 25:12
    it's called natural hair not this is a
  • 25:16
    movement yes big time let's listen to
  • 25:19
    NAT SB 188 one of ours California state
  • 25:24
    senators introducing bill Senate bill
  • 25:26
    188 to address this problem listen about
  • 25:29
    188 by senator Mitchell and AK relating
  • 25:31
    to discrimination senator Mitchell thank
  • 25:35
    you very much Madame president
  • 25:36
    colleagues today I'm presenting SB 188
  • 25:39
    the crown
  • 25:40
    to the goal the act to create a
  • 25:42
    respectful and open workplace for
  • 25:44
    natural hair colleagues the purpose of
  • 25:47
    introducing this bill and bringing it
  • 25:48
    before you today is really twofold first
  • 25:52
    to help dispel myths and educate those
  • 25:55
    of you who needed about the unique
  • 25:57
    qualities of black hair its texture and
  • 25:59
    the black hair experience secondly is to
  • 26:02
    challenge common held myths about what
  • 26:05
    constitutes professionalism in the
  • 26:07
    workplace until very recently a Google
  • 26:12
    image search for called unprofessional
  • 26:14
    hairstyles yielded only pictures of
  • 26:18
    black women with their natural hair or
  • 26:20
    rate or wearing braids or twists
  • 26:23
    although disheartening this fact was not
  • 26:27
    very surprising Eurocentric standards of
  • 26:30
    beauty have established the very
  • 26:33
    underpinnings of what was acceptable and
  • 26:35
    attractive in the media and academic
  • 26:38
    settings and in the workplace and so
  • 26:42
    even though African Americans were no
  • 26:43
    longer explicitly excluded from the
  • 26:45
    workplace black features and mannerisms
  • 26:48
    remained unacceptable and quote
  • 26:51
    unprofessional until recent decades
  • 26:54
    black men and women didn't often
  • 26:57
    challenge these standards they donned
  • 26:59
    wigs or straighten their hair with harsh
  • 27:02
    chemical relaxers to meet those
  • 27:04
    Eurocentric standards some people
  • 27:07
    believe that this is an issue of the
  • 27:08
    past that were beyond such outright
  • 27:11
    discrimination based on appearance yeah
  • 27:15
    I think I saw this or an article nodded
  • 27:17
    but I didn't know it was a that they did
  • 27:19
    I don't fit past but I didn't know there
  • 27:20
    was a law they were looking into it this
  • 27:22
    past 37 zip and so meanwhile all across
  • 27:27
    the country there are stories like this
  • 27:28
    this is the GNAT hair girl in Lake
  • 27:30
    County to change her locks they had a
  • 27:35
    problem with her natural hair Fox 35s
  • 27:38
    Daniel Lama is live on this one she's in
  • 27:40
    Lake County with her story dad now
  • 27:43
    what's the problem here well guys
  • 27:45
    we started looking into this story when
  • 27:47
    a mom called us upset her straight-a
  • 27:50
    student was being singled out because of
  • 27:52
    her hair we started making phone calls
  • 27:55
    to the school mom had a meeting and
  • 27:57
    tonight there's a new dress code policy
  • 27:59
    here at Montford Academy people say they
  • 28:02
    love my hair cause it's so diverse and
  • 28:03
    curly in Afrocentric 16 year old Nicole
  • 28:07
    or says she's known for her hair but she
  • 28:10
    never thought she would be singled out
  • 28:12
    in school because of it I received a
  • 28:15
    call saying that my daughter needed to
  • 28:16
    get her hair done and she wears her hair
  • 28:19
    natural and I was kind of taken aback by
  • 28:22
    it her parents say a school
  • 28:25
    administrator contacted them and said
  • 28:27
    this violated their dress code
  • 28:30
    she literally felt that well what's
  • 28:32
    wrong with my hair the Caucasian girls
  • 28:34
    are able to wear their natural hair
  • 28:36
    straight why can't I wear my natural
  • 28:39
    hair the way that it grows they were
  • 28:40
    referred to the handbook where one line
  • 28:43
    in particular stood out said trip like
  • 28:46
    hair and so that could be ambiguous and
  • 28:50
    it could give you latitude to target is
  • 28:57
    this all in California I believe this
  • 29:00
    would be going on everywhere and I think
  • 29:02
    it's part of a bigger movement and it
  • 29:04
    was confirmed as important because Miss
  • 29:08
    USA coincidentally has natural hair okay
  • 29:14
    as she's got that boobs just it's such a
  • 29:17
    hair her hair it's it's done it's not as
  • 29:21
    though it's just sticking out everywhere
  • 29:24
    but so it's quite attractive on her and
  • 29:26
    she's a beautiful woman she was one of
  • 29:28
    the prettiest girls in and made it clear
  • 29:31
    to us over and over referring to the
  • 29:34
    fact that she's a lawyer this is a
  • 29:37
    Chelsea Crist from North Carolina yes
  • 29:40
    yeah it looks like Diana Ross had this
  • 29:42
    hair for a while in the late 70s 80s
  • 29:45
    yeah so it's a natural it's not afro no
  • 29:48
    it's just the hair just hanging all over
  • 29:51
    the place and attractively in this
  • 29:53
    woman's case but it's been cut and
  • 29:55
    trimmed and make the made to look the
  • 29:56
    best it could but it's but it's
  • 29:59
    a bigger scheme because all these things
  • 30:02
    are incremental you don't just make a
  • 30:04
    big fuss about something that's
  • 30:05
    obviously something you don't need to
  • 30:07
    make a fuss about but they do it anyway
  • 30:08
    and so there's a bitching and moaning
  • 30:10
    about this natural hair and they have
  • 30:12
    the students and I'm sure there's other
  • 30:14
    people can find stories around the
  • 30:15
    country that have this situation
  • 30:17
    occurring but this is a movement I
  • 30:21
    noticed this some years ago and they
  • 30:22
    started too big and they pull back and
  • 30:25
    disappeared and they're deciding to go
  • 30:27
    with that well where where were these
  • 30:29
    social justice warriors when I got fired
  • 30:31
    once for my hair from MTV they hired me
  • 30:33
    back but they fired me because I
  • 30:34
    wouldn't cut it
  • 30:36
    you wouldn't cut it or you wouldn't cut
  • 30:39
    the hair I would not cause we're out
  • 30:47
    there now the thing that I picked up on
  • 30:51
    this a long time ago that what this is
  • 30:53
    really about ystem is to is to Inc you
  • 30:55
    start to increment because their initial
  • 30:58
    the initial attempted to in California
  • 31:01
    was about it was during our show era but
  • 31:04
    it was early on and it was an attempt to
  • 31:08
    and all discrimination against
  • 31:11
    appearance mm-hmm and this was for
  • 31:14
    people who would go into a job interview
  • 31:16
    with spikes in their face and face tasks
  • 31:20
    hidden cameras hidden camera stuff ear
  • 31:24
    get gauged ears so they had a big hole
  • 31:27
    in their head I mean there were horrible
  • 31:30
    looking people and so they were going
  • 31:32
    for anti discrimination laws and nobody
  • 31:36
    was buying it because employers weren't
  • 31:38
    can I hire these people especially if
  • 31:40
    they were front-facing in other words
  • 31:41
    they're gonna be an account or secular
  • 31:43
    stuff when I go into a doughnut shop and
  • 31:45
    I see some guy with gauged ears and the
  • 31:49
    boning is no it doesn't make you not
  • 31:51
    want the doughnut doesn't that make you
  • 31:52
    want I don't want the doughnut I shall
  • 31:54
    not buy the doughnut you're incredibly
  • 32:00
    bigoted mr. dvorak you won't buy the
  • 32:02
    doughnut because someone's got a
  • 32:04
    blown-out earlobe like guys creeping me
  • 32:07
    out I'm
  • 32:07
    binder donut so so they backed off on
  • 32:12
    this this idea because they went too far
  • 32:15
    right away and I believe that this
  • 32:17
    natural hair thing is an increment and
  • 32:19
    they're gonna start to move forward
  • 32:22
    again with it in mind at long-term you
  • 32:25
    have to hire somebody who's got you know
  • 32:28
    holes in their ears and and bones in
  • 32:31
    their nose and we're already like maybe
  • 32:34
    some of the one guy in Oakland got a
  • 32:36
    couple of horns that he had implanted
  • 32:38
    into his brain into his skull painted
  • 32:44
    his face red so he looks like the devil
  • 32:46
    you have to hire him that's what this is
  • 32:49
    about
  • 32:49
    well yeah of course if he's talented you
  • 32:52
    got a higher I mean if it's a foot I can
  • 32:55
    see the issue if it's a customer-facing
  • 32:57
    job but I guess they're going after
  • 32:59
    exactly that huh that's what they're
  • 33:02
    going for yeah it's not the same as your
  • 33:08
    hair comes out of your head as it comes
  • 33:09
    out of your head the horns don't
  • 33:11
    naturally come out of the head so that's
  • 33:13
    and it's not exactly a natural ward I
  • 33:19
    tell you it this reminds me of its
  • 33:22
    marketing tricks I mean a lot of
  • 33:25
    marketing strategies that you start with
  • 33:28
    the hardest thing to do and that's what
  • 33:31
    they did when they tried to make it so
  • 33:33
    you can't discriminate against people
  • 33:35
    because of their appearance right
  • 33:36
    and so that failed because if that went
  • 33:40
    through then what's the point of doing
  • 33:41
    anything else who cares is all done but
  • 33:43
    that it wasn't gonna happen because it
  • 33:45
    just it doesn't make any sense and so
  • 33:48
    now they're backing off and they're
  • 33:49
    gonna increment things to see how far
  • 33:51
    they get and so they and who is they
  • 33:54
    they it's very it's the vaso KSA's it's
  • 33:59
    the politically correct elites elites
  • 34:03
    but it's a certain group of them I don't
  • 34:06
    know what their point is but let's go
  • 34:08
    back to Miss USA and here we have we
  • 34:11
    have a natural hair winner this woman
  • 34:14
    from North Carolina who just goes on
  • 34:16
    every chance you get she says she's a
  • 34:17
    liar or her law firm she said was one of
  • 34:21
    quotes okay now I looked at the women as
  • 34:23
    they came out and picked my one two
  • 34:25
    three four five six or seven of the ones
  • 34:28
    I thought they were the prettiest and
  • 34:29
    they all got into the top 15 except for
  • 34:33
    Alaska who may have been she's kind of
  • 34:36
    he has exaggerated features I may have
  • 34:38
    been she's two more moist looks like
  • 34:42
    that she looked like an exaggerated
  • 34:47
    elizabeth berkley if anybody remembers
  • 34:49
    that actress hmm and Miss Kentucky who
  • 34:52
    should have been called up and she was
  • 34:54
    dumped uh then when they brought the top
  • 34:57
    15 out I thought the best the one that
  • 35:00
    should have been the winner or the best
  • 35:01
    one was that blondie from Florida who I
  • 35:04
    thought was very pretty but she got
  • 35:07
    kicked at the end where they had no
  • 35:09
    whites it was there wasn't all black
  • 35:13
    finals I know when one Latina made a big
  • 35:18
    point of it and then also a lawyer one
  • 35:22
    Latino one woman who was black and
  • 35:26
    Chippewa or something she's a very
  • 35:29
    strange-looking combination of people
  • 35:31
    and then Miss North Carolina who was a
  • 35:34
    beautiful woman and could have won any
  • 35:36
    competition but they were obviously not
  • 35:38
    going to let her compete with everybody
  • 35:41
    but because she had the natural hair
  • 35:43
    there was two women two black women that
  • 35:45
    had natural hair and this one was the
  • 35:47
    one that there was gonna be picked but
  • 35:51
    needless to say I felt the thing was
  • 35:52
    semi rigged but
  • 35:57
    imagine that so he had the one Mexican
  • 36:01
    the two blacks at the end as the three
  • 36:03
    finalists they had five finalists and
  • 36:05
    they were eliminated they eliminated two
  • 36:08
    of them first I don't know why they do
  • 36:09
    it this way but they did a parliamentary
  • 36:14
    inquiry procedural question was this the
  • 36:16
    year where they had no bathing suits no
  • 36:19
    they had bad news business you were
  • 36:21
    saying that Miss America oh I'm sorry
  • 36:22
    okay my mistake
  • 36:23
    all right good well let some commentary
  • 36:27
    on the who had the best figure oh yeah
  • 36:31
    miss Florida handled herself the best in
  • 36:34
    the bathing suit too
  • 36:36
    miss Ohio got in who for a while in 2015
  • 36:40
    and she looked like Savannah Guthrie and
  • 36:43
    and then in one view she looked a little
  • 36:45
    like Mickey I should remind I should
  • 36:48
    remind everybody that we do this from a
  • 36:52
    television production standpoint and not
  • 36:55
    a old douchebag white guy who's sitting
  • 36:59
    a sprog standpoint yeah we do do from a
  • 37:01
    very objective perspective particularly
  • 37:04
    because it's political well that's the
  • 37:08
    thing that that this was the worst case
  • 37:10
    scenario because in this case they've
  • 37:12
    been over the years we've noticed
  • 37:13
    they've been slipping in more and more
  • 37:15
    and more political questions hoping that
  • 37:17
    people spew some sort of left-wing
  • 37:19
    message that's my belief and this viewer
  • 37:24
    is all I have all five questions they're
  • 37:26
    short I cut them way down so you only
  • 37:28
    have the court you don't have the intro
  • 37:30
    and miss so you Arkansas come out hello
  • 37:32
    and they I killed all that and we have
  • 37:37
    the five questions and answers that I
  • 37:39
    got so this is short and then I have the
  • 37:43
    Miss North Carolina's answer to the last
  • 37:46
    question where they asked the same exact
  • 37:48
    question this is pretty just by the way
  • 37:50
    to amuse me to no end so they got to cut
  • 37:54
    the question that they have were the
  • 37:55
    three girls and they're gonna ask the
  • 37:57
    same question so they put a headphones
  • 38:00
    on them and as soon as they said they're
  • 38:02
    gonna do that I said holy crap how are
  • 38:05
    they going to do this with Miss North
  • 38:07
    Carolina with her natural hair her hair
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    it was theirs you couldn't find any of
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    you be about a foot between the
  • 38:16
    headphone and her head
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    so it was basically a racist thing for
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    them to even suggest well I think there
  • 38:25
    wasn't in fact but the solution was
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    simple
  • 38:28
    bring her out first you never put
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    perfect innovative alright so let's
  • 38:39
    listen to some questions here starting
  • 38:42
    with Miss USA Arkansas
  • 38:45
    okay all right your question is America
  • 38:48
    is one of the most racially diverse
  • 38:50
    countries in the world yet it is also
  • 38:53
    one of the most racially divided why do
  • 38:55
    you think this is well I think diversity
  • 38:58
    is one of the most unique things about
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    our country and it's one of the most
  • 39:02
    special and we should cultivate that we
  • 39:05
    shouldn't be divided we shouldn't look
  • 39:07
    at our fellow contestants our fellow man
  • 39:09
    and say you are like me so I don't like
  • 39:12
    you you don't look like me so I am
  • 39:15
    racist against you we should come
  • 39:17
    together and involve everyone in our
  • 39:20
    lives
  • 39:21
    I think these 51 contestants that have
  • 39:23
    stood up here tonight represent our
  • 39:25
    country so well because they are so
  • 39:27
    diverse you don't look like me so I'm
  • 39:41
    racist against don't be racist on that
  • 39:49
    matter on that mofo don't look at me so
  • 39:53
    I'm a racist against you so she was the
  • 39:55
    one white girl in the fire she was the
  • 39:58
    disk question even order out she's done
  • 40:00
    done she was going on and on about
  • 40:05
    diversity but this was you notice this
  • 40:07
    message was also in the report about the
  • 40:11
    natural hair which we played earlier
  • 40:13
    where hair is diversity according to the
  • 40:15
    girl wearing clothes frizzy-haired of
  • 40:17
    course it is hair is diversity now okay
  • 40:20
    well whatever so let's go to Miss USA
  • 40:23
    Nevada's question so your question is in
  • 40:27
    October my friend Kelsey Quayle was
  • 40:31
    fatally shot while innocently driving to
  • 40:33
    work and your opinion what is the
  • 40:36
    largest contributing factor to the high
  • 40:38
    rate of gun violence
  • 40:40
    in our nation Oh God can I can I take
  • 40:42
    this one can I can I answer this one
  • 40:44
    you won't quite get it right because the
  • 40:46
    girl I'm expecting her to say the
  • 40:50
    problem is guns because guns kill people
  • 40:54
    I think that what contributes to the
  • 40:58
    high rate of gun violence is the
  • 41:00
    availability to all of the weapons I
  • 41:03
    think there has to be another look into
  • 41:05
    the gun reform and we have to consider
  • 41:08
    mental health in this situation as well
  • 41:10
    because this is not just about guns this
  • 41:16
    is about what is going on in the in the
  • 41:18
    minds of these so she starts off with
  • 41:24
    the right answer by gun reform even
  • 41:26
    though orthogonal thing the gun recoils
  • 41:30
    she says mental health for some reason I
  • 41:33
    think this applause I went on too late
  • 41:35
    and it sounded so they're applauding her
  • 41:37
    mention of mental health I think they
  • 41:39
    are applauding hurting her the case was
  • 41:43
    you know she was on one track and she
  • 41:45
    changed tracks
  • 41:47
    well she's oh my god this is I'm on the
  • 41:50
    right track is who so soon so dropping
  • 41:52
    the gun availability issue she went on
  • 41:55
    and on about mental health and I thought
  • 41:57
    that was Larry but I also think that's
  • 41:58
    the right answer for this crowd that is
  • 42:01
    what the diverse social justice warriors
  • 42:03
    want to hear because you get you know
  • 42:05
    therefore the person who uses the gun to
  • 42:08
    kill people is also a victim you say
  • 42:14
    look into the gun reform and we have to
  • 42:18
    consider mental health in this situation
  • 42:21
    as well because
  • 42:24
    or maybe just someone walked by like
  • 42:26
    Jack Nicholson or something this is
  • 42:37
    about what is going on in the in the
  • 42:39
    minds of these of these it's definitely
  • 42:50
    a mental health issue it's not justice
  • 42:52
    at any point was there steam coming out
  • 42:55
    of her ears when she was trying to
  • 42:56
    answer the question was like will plumes
  • 42:58
    of smoke
  • 42:59
    I wouldn't say dingbat no that'd be very
  • 43:03
    rude it was she was so cute and she was
  • 43:06
    trying to get the answer out and she I
  • 43:09
    think she just was confused okay did
  • 43:11
    anyone have a question about Trump come
  • 43:13
    on I don't think there was a direct
  • 43:17
    question about Trump let's go to USA
  • 43:19
    Miss New Mexico the 2020 election is
  • 43:23
    right around the corner what is one
  • 43:25
    issue you would like all candidates to
  • 43:27
    address and why well being from a border
  • 43:32
    state and being born and raised in a
  • 43:34
    border city immigration is something
  • 43:36
    that is very important to me this is not
  • 43:38
    a black and white issue and that is why
  • 43:41
    we need to have discussions and continue
  • 43:43
    to listen to each other I think that
  • 43:45
    there's so many people out there wanting
  • 43:48
    the American dream and my parents
  • 43:49
    immigrated here from Monterrey Mexico
  • 43:52
    [Applause]
  • 43:54
    and their representation of their
  • 43:56
    American dream Thank You New Mexico
  • 44:00
    where was this held this miss event I
  • 44:04
    think was in Vegas or Reno okay all
  • 44:06
    right
  • 44:07
    David Reno that's a safe safe answer
  • 44:09
    safe safe safe yeah it was okay safe she
  • 44:13
    was pretty and and then we have not yet
  • 44:17
    there's guide to North Carolina here you
  • 44:19
    don't want to play the final question
  • 44:21
    I'm gonna play Miss USA North Carolina
  • 44:22
    that's this is the winner and this is
  • 44:24
    her answer to this disease this dumb
  • 44:26
    series of questions which were asked by
  • 44:28
    by the losers by the way before before
  • 44:31
    we move on now do they have judges in
  • 44:33
    the that's on the panel the judges yeah
  • 44:37
    there are judges who was that who were
  • 44:39
    the judges I don't know only one that
  • 44:43
    matters is you John I'm just asking as a
  • 44:47
    mage there's just a bunch of slobs and
  • 44:49
    they're given a script I mean judging
  • 44:51
    anything so your question is for the
  • 44:54
    past two years the hash tag me too and
  • 44:57
    hash tag time's up have dominated our
  • 44:59
    national conversation however some
  • 45:02
    believe it has only deepened the divide
  • 45:04
    between men and women have
  • 45:06
    these movements gone too far I don't
  • 45:09
    think these movements have gone too far
  • 45:11
    what me too and times up are about our
  • 45:14
    making sure that we fosters safe and
  • 45:16
    inclusive workplaces in our country as
  • 45:19
    an attorney that's exactly what I want
  • 45:21
    to hear that's exactly what I want for
  • 45:23
    this country I think they're good
  • 45:24
    movement Thank You Carolina yeah yeah
  • 45:28
    that that's sad kind of but then maybe
  • 45:32
    it's good for women when the talent
  • 45:34
    portion of the competition is your
  • 45:36
    lawyer because that's really what what
  • 45:38
    it is I mean it used to be I can twirl a
  • 45:40
    baton oh I can dance I can play a piano
  • 45:44
    I can I'm a ventriloquist but now you
  • 45:46
    just show up you're a lawyer I think you
  • 45:48
    you're you kind of got a couple steps
  • 45:50
    ahead right there oh she was milking it
  • 45:53
    too now fantastic good honor her law
  • 45:57
    firm she mentioned earlier what kind of
  • 46:00
    law does she practice did we learn that
  • 46:02
    never we never found out it you ever saw
  • 46:04
    a wiki page will determine that but that
  • 46:08
    answer she's gonna be quicker on her
  • 46:13
    feet than most of them and so the last
  • 46:16
    question comes up and I didn't record
  • 46:18
    all of them it was not it was not that
  • 46:20
    interesting but I did record the winners
  • 46:23
    North Carolina's answer to the last
  • 46:24
    question which everybody got asked not
  • 46:26
    everybody but the three finalists got
  • 46:29
    asked and this is and that was Oklahoma
  • 46:33
    New Mexico and North Carolina and all
  • 46:36
    southern states are states south and
  • 46:40
    this is the question this is her answer
  • 46:42
    and it was you know here's your question
  • 46:47
    Millennials are often labeled as
  • 46:49
    entitled but they've also been called
  • 46:51
    one of the most socially conscious
  • 46:53
    generations in decades
  • 46:54
    what is one word you would use to
  • 46:56
    describe your generation and
  • 46:59
    I would say that my generation is
  • 47:02
    innovative I'm standing here in Nevada
  • 47:05
    in the state that has the first majority
  • 47:08
    female legislature in this entire
  • 47:11
    country the first generation to have
  • 47:15
    that forward-looking mindset that has
  • 47:17
    inclusivity diversity and strength and
  • 47:21
    empowered women I'm looking forward to
  • 47:23
    continued progress with my generation
  • 47:25
    thank you that sounds good I can see
  • 47:31
    what except for the fact that the
  • 47:33
    majority women legislature and Nevada's
  • 47:37
    not Millennials but okay she'll take
  • 47:39
    credit for it
  • 47:40
    like Millennials do I was thinking this
  • 47:44
    take credit for it if you know like you
  • 47:46
    said I'm the judge here last night I
  • 47:48
    realized that we are now into our second
  • 47:51
    generation of producers on this show
  • 47:53
    we're in 11 years what didn't we just do
  • 47:57
    then we educate an entire generation and
  • 47:59
    now we're taking on their younger their
  • 48:00
    younger siblings or who else who else is
  • 48:03
    coming now well we're hoping so now is
  • 48:11
    she going to leave her law practice and
  • 48:13
    go on the tour and speak to children and
  • 48:16
    particularly young girls around the
  • 48:18
    world is that is that what she's going
  • 48:20
    to do is that let's see
  • 48:22
    she's a be honest about she's a
  • 48:25
    beautiful woman with a lot of potential
  • 48:29
    for media she's gonna be honest if he's
  • 48:31
    gonna be on TV so quick actually there's
  • 48:34
    a Dewar's at least I would say at least
  • 48:36
    ten women throughout the competition
  • 48:39
    that are just yet anchorwoman written
  • 48:43
    all over me you know good news reader
  • 48:44
    maybe just news model we attend to call
  • 48:48
    that spokesmodel and so they have so she
  • 48:53
    let's go over this and and now let's
  • 48:56
    analyze your question why he's asking so
  • 48:58
    you have this woman that said and she's
  • 49:01
    actually more less media more movies
  • 49:04
    mm-hmm that's what you know she has that
  • 49:06
    look of a movie actress uh yeah and she
  • 49:10
    has a choice of going on the road and
  • 49:12
    and showing you know herself to be just
  • 49:15
    various groups and practicing being in
  • 49:18
    front of large audiences or she could
  • 49:22
    stay at her law firm and Drudge your way
  • 49:25
    and a day-to-day basis going over
  • 49:27
    paperwork in contracts yeah I think I'd
  • 49:31
    love to be on CNN all day well maybe she
  • 49:34
    could replace joy Reid she's gonna be at
  • 49:41
    that love she's Network you could tell
  • 49:43
    she's hey she could end up on Fox
  • 49:46
    because she's a lawyer nothing PBS needs
  • 49:50
    her in the NewsHour the word Gwen would
  • 49:52
    we lost Gwen Ifill
  • 49:53
    we need a replace you with this yummy SH
  • 49:57
    woman yes Nelson yeah Michelle LLC on
  • 50:00
    door or come come hell's Comicon Cui's
  • 50:03
    the door and she they're not gonna I
  • 50:08
    don't know how to deal with her she's
  • 50:09
    very amateurish and she should be out
  • 50:11
    and this woman doesn't look like a news
  • 50:13
    type she really looks like she should be
  • 50:15
    an enact an actress and have been in the
  • 50:18
    Hollywood period well speaking of
  • 50:20
    speaking of natural hair
  • 50:22
    I watched the knock down the house
  • 50:24
    documentary on Netflix which is an
  • 50:27
    award-winning Sundance documentary I
  • 50:29
    might point out which features the for
  • 50:32
    social justice Democrats and how they
  • 50:36
    were picked and how they were trained
  • 50:38
    and it's their own it's the their own
  • 50:40
    footage and they're very proud of how
  • 50:42
    they did it and it's I recommend
  • 50:44
    everybody watch it and you the see Amy
  • 50:49
    vilela cory bush Paula Jean swearing-in
  • 50:53
    they didn't win you can end it all so
  • 50:56
    they've really cut down their pieces
  • 50:57
    significantly in this documentary but
  • 50:59
    aoc Wow
  • 51:02
    I mean it proves you really can take
  • 51:04
    someone who's standing by in a bar and
  • 51:07
    you can put them in the US Congress and
  • 51:08
    it was well done and it was emotional
  • 51:12
    III always get emotional by achievement
  • 51:15
    so I I like that
  • 51:17
    the thing that really struck me though
  • 51:19
    is and and this comes back to the
  • 51:22
    natural hair it starts off and she's in
  • 51:25
    her
  • 51:25
    I think it's a hotel room I don't think
  • 51:27
    it's her apartment or hotel room and
  • 51:28
    she's doing her makeup in the morning
  • 51:30
    she's talking about how it's so easy for
  • 51:32
    man because he is throw on you know they
  • 51:34
    just throw on a suit and tie and they're
  • 51:36
    done with thanks no that's not true but
  • 51:38
    okay let's say you believe it and she's
  • 51:41
    the women have to put on their makeup
  • 51:42
    and so she was completely without makeup
  • 51:44
    and John I got to tell you with the with
  • 51:48
    the long hair and her Latin you know
  • 51:50
    features I had I did a double-take she
  • 51:53
    looked just like Christina's
  • 51:55
    ex-boyfriend Juan from Los Angeles it
  • 51:58
    was uncanny completely different this
  • 52:05
    one was the same law and Juan is you
  • 52:08
    know he's like 30 in LA he's going
  • 52:10
    nowhere gloves wrestling and no wonder
  • 52:14
    Christina dumped him he's a great guy
  • 52:16
    he's a sweet guy and very talented
  • 52:18
    artist but does nothing with it but he's
  • 52:20
    just this is one she looks like a man is
  • 52:23
    that what you're telling me
  • 52:24
    yeah to me yeah without her makeup it's
  • 52:26
    very very different anyway now you
  • 52:30
    really understand that when she's got
  • 52:33
    her notes and when she's following the
  • 52:35
    the program and her train her script
  • 52:37
    then she's you know it's fine and the
  • 52:40
    minute she goes off she loses the plot
  • 52:42
    but she's come yeah you can see how this
  • 52:45
    works it's great and they had some money
  • 52:46
    I don't know who that justice Democrats
  • 52:48
    they had money to get this going I'm
  • 52:51
    sure they have a lot more but it's they
  • 52:53
    have a lot more now they didn't have
  • 52:54
    that much then no they had a little bit
  • 52:56
    with their headquarters in Kentucky but
  • 52:58
    there were 20 people on the payroll
  • 53:00
    getting stuff done a lot of his border
  • 53:04
    lines very very of course very
  • 53:08
    impressive though I was impressed by its
  • 53:12
    impressive operation there's no doubt
  • 53:13
    about it
  • 53:14
    deplorable but depressed was deplorable
  • 53:19
    and all right let's talk about the purge
  • 53:22
    for a moment I am very happy to report
  • 53:26
    that NPR's whenever it's about anything
  • 53:29
    from Silicon Valley even if it's a a
  • 53:32
    political conversation about who's being
  • 53:34
    deep platformed this week they love to
  • 53:37
    bring in their Millennials this one's
  • 53:39
    kind of
  • 53:39
    special though Paris Martineau covers
  • 53:42
    social media and internet culture for
  • 53:44
    Wired magazine and joins us from our
  • 53:46
    studios in New York so exactly who who
  • 53:49
    are we talking about who was banned yeah
  • 53:50
    so I'm on Thursday afternoon Facebook
  • 53:54
    banned six high-profile extremists and
  • 53:58
    one conspiracy theorists cite
  • 54:03
    high-profile
  • 54:04
    extremists this is good Laura Loomer is
  • 54:09
    a high-profile extremist apparently I
  • 54:15
    mean she's one of the the six that got
  • 54:17
    blatant extremist in what what realm
  • 54:27
    extremists her noon Facebook banned six
  • 54:32
    high-profile extremists and one
  • 54:34
    conspiracy theorist site that includes
  • 54:37
    inflammatory figure heads in the far
  • 54:40
    right like Laura Loomer Infowars Alex
  • 54:43
    Jones and Paul Joseph Watson as well as
  • 54:46
    white supremacist Paul nellen and
  • 54:49
    radical Muslim preacher Louis Farrakhan
  • 54:52
    so President Trump and other
  • 54:54
    conservatives have accused various
  • 54:56
    social media companies for censoring
  • 54:57
    right woman she's talking too fast well
  • 55:02
    they're they're both kind of did the one
  • 55:04
    from Wired is almost doing in there was
  • 55:07
    an ASMR recording stressed and then the
  • 55:14
    other ones just blast and Pastor Trump
  • 55:16
    and other conservatives have accused
  • 55:17
    various social media companies for
  • 55:19
    censoring right-wing opinions of Alex
  • 55:22
    Jones monopolist lose Farrakhan they've
  • 55:25
    been around for a long time so why is
  • 55:27
    Facebook doing this now so a facebook
  • 55:28
    spokesperson told me that the company
  • 55:30
    has always banned individuals and
  • 55:32
    organizations that promote or engage in
  • 55:34
    violence and hate regardless of ideology
  • 55:36
    but the people and organization ban
  • 55:38
    Thursday were just as extreme and
  • 55:40
    peddled just as much misinformation and
  • 55:42
    hate a year ago as they did Thursday
  • 55:45
    what's been the fallout from this the
  • 55:48
    fallout has largely been the people
  • 55:50
    banned protests in their band
  • 55:52
    there was a bit of a snafu in the fact
  • 55:54
    that Facebook kind of seeded a number of
  • 55:57
    media outlets on Thursday afternoon with
  • 55:59
    this story in advance then I'm gonna
  • 56:02
    stop this for a second
  • 56:03
    here's what's interesting about this
  • 56:06
    there was no official press release no
  • 56:10
    written word from Facebook about this at
  • 56:12
    all and it went around really fast
  • 56:15
    because this so-called snafu where they
  • 56:19
    ceded some press I think Atlantic and a
  • 56:23
    couple others of maybe waffleh waffleh
  • 56:25
    waffleh waffleh and and they and they
  • 56:29
    said well here's what's going down he
  • 56:30
    was gonna happen but they hadn't knocked
  • 56:32
    those people off yet so they were just
  • 56:35
    letting everybody know ahead of time
  • 56:37
    that they were going to be kicked off
  • 56:38
    and so and that was under embargo
  • 56:40
    because of course yes the willing media
  • 56:43
    is very willing to sit on that ha ha ha
  • 56:45
    I will wait under embargo until you kick
  • 56:47
    them off I'm still reporting now I live
  • 56:55
    with a communications expert and she
  • 56:59
    says this is bogut if that would be the
  • 57:02
    keeper so this is Bogut if they that's
  • 57:05
    no snafu they're trying to be relevant
  • 57:07
    because I'm quoting now because all
  • 57:09
    Facebook is now is old people and
  • 57:11
    nonprofits which I thought was pretty
  • 57:14
    good analysis and they're just trying to
  • 57:18
    show that they are clean as a whistle
  • 57:22
    for whatever may be lurking behind this
  • 57:25
    I'm sure there was not some horrible
  • 57:27
    outrage that ensued over Laura Loomer or
  • 57:30
    whatever she might have posted or Paul
  • 57:33
    Joseph Watson I've heard his material
  • 57:38
    it's later I can't even watch it should
  • 57:42
    be thrown off because it's not
  • 57:43
    entertaining how about that I'm with you
  • 57:45
    on that Facebook was listening the rest
  • 57:46
    of this and there was a bit of a snafu
  • 57:48
    in the fact that Facebook kind of seeded
  • 57:51
    a number of media outlets in Thursday
  • 57:52
    afternoon with this story in advance
  • 57:54
    then struggled to actually take down the
  • 57:58
    accounts at the time these extremists
  • 58:03
    figure heads to publish on their face
  • 58:06
    and soon to be vent Instagram accounts
  • 58:08
    follow me on the other platform huh
  • 58:10
    so is this I mean is this setting a
  • 58:13
    precedent or we're gonna see Facebook
  • 58:14
    continue to ban accounts and who makes
  • 58:16
    those decisions those are all great
  • 58:18
    questions
  • 58:22
    Facebook is like Facebook oftentimes
  • 58:24
    going to do whatever it wants and will
  • 58:28
    it'll be interesting to see how it
  • 58:29
    continues to apply this going forward
  • 58:31
    whether it'll stick with it thank you
  • 58:37
    for your courage
  • 58:37
    thank you for your Fri no I have some
  • 58:42
    thoughts about this you any thoughts
  • 58:43
    about why this is taking place why they
  • 58:45
    why they've done this seemingly for for
  • 58:47
    no real issue
  • 58:49
    oh I mean if I I don't have any serious
  • 58:54
    thoughts I have some unserious thoughts
  • 58:56
    like maybe this isn't prelude for the
  • 58:59
    2020 elections they want to keep anybody
  • 59:02
    who's uh who might you know interfere
  • 59:05
    with it with the litany with the West
  • 59:09
    Coast liberal bias you don't need this
  • 59:13
    kind of aggravation people questioning
  • 59:16
    Authority I don't know Zuckerberg has
  • 59:19
    been calling for regulation for a while
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    I mean he said now it's time for the
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    government to regulate the Internet so
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    I'm thinking he's setting he's planting
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    a flag but maybe you know MasterCard has
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    been I think they're holding a
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    shareholder vote to determine whether
  • 59:38
    MasterCard should have a program in
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    place that can cut off payments for far
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    right on the political scale Facebook is
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    also trying to do they wanted to a
  • 59:50
    currency a crypto currency and they're
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    looking I think they were looking to do
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    like a billion dollar all coin offering
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    or something like that yeah 1 billion
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    and they've been talking to a lot of
  • 1:00:04
    banks and maybe that maybe they're
  • 1:00:05
    talking to
  • 1:00:06
    MasterCard I don't know it to me this
  • 1:00:08
    feels like a corporate move in in regard
  • 1:00:11
    like there's something they want to do
  • 1:00:12
    and do they want to make sure they don't
  • 1:00:15
    have it's like brand safe to the extreme
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    let's put it that way
  • 1:00:19
    you
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    why don't they do it in general though I
  • 1:00:23
    mean there's some very important but
  • 1:00:26
    people on Facebook and Twitter for that
  • 1:00:29
    matter her on the left I would say how
  • 1:00:32
    does Carl Reiner continue to spew his
  • 1:00:36
    venom pointer it makes no sense to me
  • 1:00:38
    yeah well then the only thing what
  • 1:00:42
    brands say for the left I mean what you
  • 1:00:44
    is just to encourage Democrats to
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    advertise their I'm not sure what I'm
  • 1:00:49
    gonna get it well I was talking more
  • 1:00:50
    about if you're invited everybody wants
  • 1:00:52
    to be beat all Silicon Valley companies
  • 1:00:54
    it ultimately have one final goal Apple
  • 1:00:58
    is getting there
  • 1:00:59
    they want to be your bank now Paul I
  • 1:01:02
    think is pretty far along Google has
  • 1:01:04
    their initiatives Facebook has been
  • 1:01:06
    looking at this for a long time they all
  • 1:01:07
    want to control and whether they really
  • 1:01:09
    your bank or whether they're just
  • 1:01:10
    controlling your purchase mechanism
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    they're taking a piece of the action
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    right but they they want to be a much
  • 1:01:16
    much much bigger player in that where
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    else are they going to go they already
  • 1:01:19
    have your information the only thing the
  • 1:01:21
    only data they don't actually have 100%
  • 1:01:23
    access to is the data in your bank
  • 1:01:25
    account they want to control that too
  • 1:01:26
    that's in there that is in their DNA
  • 1:01:28
    that's what these companies do they need
  • 1:01:31
    to grow I'll get you your making it
  • 1:01:34
    you're not connecting the dots
  • 1:01:38
    okay the mechs well no I'm connecting
  • 1:01:41
    the dots by saying MasterCard which is
  • 1:01:45
    an important player and anyone who's
  • 1:01:47
    going to do anything with any type of
  • 1:01:48
    money will have to deal with MasterCard
  • 1:01:50
    online they're talking about having a
  • 1:01:53
    committee that can deep lat form users
  • 1:01:56
    from even using their transaction system
  • 1:01:59
    Facebook wants to do transactions maybe
  • 1:02:01
    they're prepping for some kind of big
  • 1:02:03
    deal that's what I understand that part
  • 1:02:06
    of your argument I just don't understand
  • 1:02:08
    why does it have to be a bunch of
  • 1:02:10
    right-wingers or borderline
  • 1:02:12
    right-wingers are just goofballs like
  • 1:02:14
    Laura Loomer who loom arises people and
  • 1:02:17
    you know makes fools out of them and
  • 1:02:19
    interrupts public meetings to make some
  • 1:02:22
    you know valid points I think in many
  • 1:02:24
    cases I don't get it why why just them
  • 1:02:27
    well they also kicked off hurricanes so
  • 1:02:29
    you know that was easy exactly it's joy
  • 1:02:33
    swage the right oh we got rid of Farah
  • 1:02:36
    can - who else who else did you get rid
  • 1:02:38
    of besides Farah can new nobody know
  • 1:02:42
    we'll see
  • 1:02:43
    and we already compared to like Paul
  • 1:02:45
    like to Watson and Loomer I would put
  • 1:02:48
    both in the categories if it's like
  • 1:02:50
    Darren did them they're not promoting
  • 1:02:53
    hate or weirdness or anything it seems
  • 1:02:56
    to me watching just complains and Loomer
  • 1:03:00
    just tries to make fools let it be
  • 1:03:01
    that's my feeling I don't even think of
  • 1:03:03
    the Alex Jones is much more than a
  • 1:03:04
    really entertaining guy so what's your
  • 1:03:08
    theory I don't have one okay all right
  • 1:03:12
    my theories is just trying to stop
  • 1:03:14
    right-wing debates or they're just
  • 1:03:16
    trying to prove to you signaling to the
  • 1:03:19
    douchebags and silicon value for some
  • 1:03:22
    unknown reason over the last 20 or 30
  • 1:03:24
    years with god cover left-wing right
  • 1:03:28
    after wingers get it that must be very
  • 1:03:30
    disturbing to live there and see that
  • 1:03:32
    happen it was extremely disturbing you
  • 1:03:36
    know but it more of a quizzical thing is
  • 1:03:39
    like wait a minute this happened I know
  • 1:03:43
    some of the reasons for it I mean John
  • 1:03:45
    Doerr is one of the number one Democrat
  • 1:03:48
    supporters and a big promoter of this to
  • 1:03:50
    the point where he calls people out and
  • 1:03:52
    he gets into artists - is he still a big
  • 1:03:54
    deal in in Silicon Valley even after all
  • 1:03:56
    these failures it's just the money
  • 1:03:59
    including my company well he's not the
  • 1:04:04
    big deal he once was right and insofar
  • 1:04:06
    as venture capital is concerned he's not
  • 1:04:09
    no they don't turn to him but when it
  • 1:04:11
    comes to politics which is where he
  • 1:04:14
    resides now I mean he's the one who
  • 1:04:16
    brought Al Gore into the car he's the
  • 1:04:19
    one who was pramana renew bono but bar
  • 1:04:22
    Novato and Green Green Green that's an
  • 1:04:24
    invest in green that's where the money
  • 1:04:26
    is it was a huge green tech green tech
  • 1:04:29
    um it goes back to if anybody wants to
  • 1:04:33
    chide you I don't even know anybody
  • 1:04:35
    still at Kleiner Perkins knows about the
  • 1:04:38
    snow blower
  • 1:04:40
    Fiasco of years early snow blower fee I
  • 1:04:42
    don't even know the snow blower fiasco
  • 1:04:45
    yeah apparently they funded some what
  • 1:04:47
    they thought was gonna be the future of
  • 1:04:47
    something all I remember is this vague
  • 1:04:50
    now but it's a invested millions and
  • 1:04:54
    millions of some snow blower company
  • 1:04:56
    that somehow it catches the snow blower
  • 1:04:58
    to a bicycle and the sidewalk system I
  • 1:05:04
    don't remember I mean I know that they I
  • 1:05:06
    think they participated in the first at
  • 1:05:09
    the Segway I remember that oh the Segway
  • 1:05:12
    they were all this they were all over on
  • 1:05:14
    this but while everybody in the offices
  • 1:05:19
    was right I never saw anybody driving
  • 1:05:24
    around but they all had a Segway and
  • 1:05:26
    they all have these big glassed-in
  • 1:05:27
    offices back and each one haven't had a
  • 1:05:30
    Segway plot plugged into the wall as if
  • 1:05:32
    they were gonna use it and then when
  • 1:05:37
    they when they got the 500 million that
  • 1:05:40
    was Ray Lane he got the 500 million
  • 1:05:41
    dollars from the government to support
  • 1:05:44
    Fisker which went up its literal smoke
  • 1:05:47
    everybody was driving Fiskars and
  • 1:05:51
    plugging them in new me I got a plug in
  • 1:05:53
    my at $300,000 car yes you be I guess
  • 1:06:00
    the moral of the story is he would be
  • 1:06:03
    surprised how the people who fund a lot
  • 1:06:07
    of companies and then really run what
  • 1:06:10
    goes where how inadequate and stupid
  • 1:06:14
    they are yeah well they made the money
  • 1:06:19
    is made on the leverage with the very
  • 1:06:21
    few companies that just skyrocket in
  • 1:06:24
    value and it makes everybody filthy rich
  • 1:06:26
    is like this shake of the dice it's just
  • 1:06:29
    they didn't even get in on Google they
  • 1:06:31
    had to buy in because they taste the
  • 1:06:32
    bones like it's a credit for it yeah
  • 1:06:35
    everybody I noticed this too it's like I
  • 1:06:37
    know when Google started and then all of
  • 1:06:41
    a sudden it starts to go public all
  • 1:06:43
    these guys buy in at the highest prices
  • 1:06:45
    so they could say they were part of the
  • 1:06:47
    founding crap yeah it was a I'd heard
  • 1:06:51
    that whole story from I think maybe from
  • 1:06:53
    John doar told me where they had to it
  • 1:06:56
    would the deal with this some deal was
  • 1:06:57
    happening and they
  • 1:06:58
    weren't in on it and then they called it
  • 1:07:00
    was it you got it we got to be in on
  • 1:07:01
    this deal and then they did this at
  • 1:07:03
    three in the morning so they still had a
  • 1:07:05
    piece of it because it would be too
  • 1:07:06
    embarrassing
  • 1:07:07
    it's where were you guys when Google
  • 1:07:10
    happened yeah kind of exactly well with
  • 1:07:13
    that John jean-claude I would like to
  • 1:07:15
    thank you for your courage and say in
  • 1:07:17
    the morning to you the man who put the
  • 1:07:18
    see everyone in the troll room no agenda
  • 1:07:31
    stream comm is where you control to your
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    heart's content you can do it with your
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    other fellow trolls come in as a lone
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    troll whatever you need and we love it
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    because I think in my one-liners I get
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    to correct it get information and
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    sometimes I've it's just fun to be
  • 1:07:47
    trolled thank you no agenda stream com
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    merci beaucoup also in the morning to
  • 1:07:51
    woody I do not believe woody has ever
  • 1:07:54
    scored a pick for album art no he's done
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    a couple over the stem floor nice that's
  • 1:08:01
    more than a couple that's several done
  • 1:08:03
    several over the course of his career
  • 1:08:05
    and nailed it with the bar bunch in the
  • 1:08:09
    Brady Bunch
  • 1:08:10
    montage for episode 1134 that episode
  • 1:08:14
    was titled opinion people and it was
  • 1:08:16
    just good I mean it's it's a classic
  • 1:08:18
    it's we've had them similar to this
  • 1:08:21
    before but he can't go wrong with
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    bringing in all of the nut jobs and bar
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    and call it the bar brunch it was a it
  • 1:08:28
    was fun
  • 1:08:29
    good and we appreciate it woody thank
  • 1:08:30
    you very much no agenda art generator
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    calm which thanks Paul for keeping that
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    thing fresh up and running it's part of
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    our value for value model and people
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    doing stuff you're all producers truly
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    fascinating you know we're such a great
  • 1:08:48
    group I was looking at some of the
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    meetup pictures and looking at the list
  • 1:08:52
    of meetups what we've achieved here and
  • 1:08:56
    not you and I but with everybody it's
  • 1:08:58
    it's pretty phenomenal when you think
  • 1:09:00
    about the talent the knowledge the
  • 1:09:04
    knowledge that people have and I mean it
  • 1:09:07
    goes from 6 euros Bob nine-year-olds to
  • 1:09:11
    retired Marine Colonel 'z we've got
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    doctors we've got I got a ton of Big
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    Pharma people who are giving us their
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    boots on the ground reporting it's just
  • 1:09:22
    there's so much I don't think anyone can
  • 1:09:25
    really can really get to where we've got
  • 1:09:28
    you could there's no shortcut let me put
  • 1:09:29
    it that way nitrogen I know I speak on
  • 1:09:31
    behalf of John we appreciate it
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    and especially those who support us
  • 1:09:36
    financially in particular when it's
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    difficult even to get a reminder out
  • 1:09:40
    because you do have to do that in this
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    value for value model you have to remind
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    people you have a show remind people
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    that we need to be supported and those
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    who can do and so people did come in
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    some people did receive the message then
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    we're gonna thank them right now as our
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    executive producers and associate
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    executive producers for episode 1135
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    1135 well considering it Cinco DeMayo we
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    only got four R's for and what I was
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    saying we got three one executive
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    producer into associate so it's not
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    gonna be a long segment except for the
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    fact that the these people are
  • 1:10:10
    long-winded Dave Duncan starts this
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    often from Orem Utah 103 and $33.33 and
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    he says heads up by once the Sharpton
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    kept dodging some karma here's a bevy of
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    threes for you thanks to both for the
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    best podcast in the universe according
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    to the molar report and many years of
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    sanity you have imparted I don't care to
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    ingest much news anymore but when I do I
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    view it through the no agenda lens which
  • 1:10:38
    dramatically reduces the anxiety would
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    otherwise cause a big shout-out to Mike
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    scelera that's sir Mike Knight of the
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    jig averse to you for repeatedly hitting
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    me in the mouth many years ago even when
  • 1:10:52
    I quit listening after trying a few
  • 1:10:54
    episodes few shows back you mentioned
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    the Mormon CIA never Trump or a
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    connection as am Utah Mormon who
  • 1:11:00
    graduated from BYU I took particular
  • 1:11:03
    interest in your Mormon CIA never Trump
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    or deconstruction Mormons have a strong
  • 1:11:08
    sense of patriotism and are short on on
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    the vices which can compromise many
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    agents no drinking no drugs no
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    extramarital sex
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    that's intersteno is the CIA only refers
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    to one no drugs
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    correct true which leads to heavy
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    recruiting at BYU by the FBI the CIA and
  • 1:11:34
    the NSA as a bonafide
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    has bonafide prudes its steezy for
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    Mormons to dislike Trump I thought it
  • 1:11:42
    was a never Trump er for a while I got
  • 1:11:44
    better
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    well I still dislike Trump personally
  • 1:11:47
    not to mention his past womanizing I
  • 1:11:50
    take him over fellow Mormons
  • 1:11:52
    backstabbing flip flocking to the
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    flopping hypocrite MIT Romney or Spy
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    Hillary supporter Kevin McMullan any day
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    Mike Lee however seems to be gaining
  • 1:12:06
    some respect for Trump note the fast few
  • 1:12:10
    seconds of Mike Lee's CPAC speech last
  • 1:12:12
    year quote I say bring it on let's roll
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    let's keep making America great again
  • 1:12:17
    well that's it well you know I have
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    somebody else wrote me another I had a
  • 1:12:23
    couple of Mormons write me and and time
  • 1:12:27
    one of them was very concerned because
  • 1:12:28
    he was convinced that Mike Lee was a
  • 1:12:31
    huge trump supporter and I had to brief
  • 1:12:33
    him on Mike Lee's anti-trump nature and
  • 1:12:36
    then he's and then he cited his Twitter
  • 1:12:39
    feed and I said if you read his Twitter
  • 1:12:41
    feed which I did it's really just very
  • 1:12:44
    he's a very Pro Republican and so at
  • 1:12:48
    some point he has to support the
  • 1:12:49
    president and that's but as far as it
  • 1:12:51
    goes anyway I note the less you agreed
  • 1:12:54
    goes on anyway thanks for the sanity I'd
  • 1:12:56
    love an L Sharpton montage with some
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    karma Dave Duncan Orem Utah Oh 73 s kf7
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    UWL yes or as he puts a kilo Foxtrot
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    seven uniform whiskey Lima Dan and in
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    the morning to you 73 kilo 5 alpha
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    Charlie Charlie thank you very much for
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    your support
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    lunch
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    chip relate the tortise in the race
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    Weaver ESP ICT they're all shitty ESP I
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    see there's no real conference we but we
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    but we must and we will much about
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    [Music]
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    you've got karma
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    let's figured it was time to play the
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    long version of that and talking about
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    long versions as a note that's oversized
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    I think you can skip through some parts
  • 1:14:08
    of this maybe yes miss $233 $0.69 ITM
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    John Adam in the squeaky chair what's
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    that sure it's not oh what's it's no he
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    says hi back the sheriff says hi God now
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    you're like pee-wee Herman wait wait
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    okay that's not worth repeating i sir
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    I'm a listener since about oh sure I'm a
  • 1:14:34
    listener since about 950 is my first
  • 1:14:36
    donating so I need a D douching okay now
  • 1:14:44
    he goes on about how the black boxes
  • 1:14:46
    work in cars and he apparently is an
  • 1:14:49
    expert in black box technology and
  • 1:14:51
    well-known that's when the reason he
  • 1:14:53
    wants to be anonymous he says what we're
  • 1:14:58
    referring to as a black box in is an air
  • 1:15:00
    bag computer which also acts as an event
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    data recorder as it works today that
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    upon deployment of the air bag the send
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    key algorithm that typically allows this
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    computer of taking software updates
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    being erased and overwritten - and
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    participating in the can bus controllers
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    kit central controller area network this
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    is the reason that if your air bag goes
  • 1:15:24
    off you're told you also need to replace
  • 1:15:25
    the air bag computer anyway
  • 1:15:28
    to cut to the chase he says this is all
  • 1:15:30
    about the change in the 2020 2021 smog
  • 1:15:33
    machines though the new smog machines
  • 1:15:36
    requires that all Auto computers remain
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    untouched unlike today where aftermarket
  • 1:15:43
    products existed tuned enhanced the
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    operation of a vehicle for timing and
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    fuel delivery and other exposed and
  • 1:15:50
    defined parameters soon you will not be
  • 1:15:53
    able to pass aftermarket products that
  • 1:15:56
    you not be able to pass smog if any of
  • 1:15:58
    these computers have been modified in
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    any way and they send the send key
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    proceed key to CCD yes seed key index
  • 1:16:10
    algorithm protecting them today are
  • 1:16:12
    being switched to rolling rainbow
  • 1:16:14
    encryption is like that oh I got to
  • 1:16:17
    write that down
  • 1:16:18
    rolling rainbow the hell is that is
  • 1:16:21
    we'll find out is likely soon you will
  • 1:16:23
    be issued a ticket based on your
  • 1:16:25
    decision to to speed four months ago in
  • 1:16:28
    a Sunday morning
  • 1:16:29
    however that does not exist today with
  • 1:16:31
    today's vehicles well you will that's
  • 1:16:34
    what the point is which we've been
  • 1:16:35
    predicting it's obvious that's what you
  • 1:16:36
    want to do yeah of course but I do what
  • 1:16:39
    it's not answered in this note is the
  • 1:16:44
    question of so I have a 25 year old
  • 1:16:48
    Lexus and is it if I swap out the
  • 1:16:54
    computer which would give I can get lots
  • 1:16:56
    of horsepower out of this car and does
  • 1:17:01
    it apply to old computers that have been
  • 1:17:03
    switched out or just the new ones after
  • 1:17:05
    the 2020 model or no it's not a not a
  • 1:17:09
    good note from an epoch you when you
  • 1:17:11
    when you drive in that in that Lexus all
  • 1:17:14
    people do is look and salute you they
  • 1:17:20
    don't care they're like look at that old
  • 1:17:21
    guy do you remember when you grow up
  • 1:17:23
    you're sorry oh look at that guy in a
  • 1:17:24
    model for the Model T or Model A wow
  • 1:17:27
    that's so cool that's who you are now
  • 1:17:29
    yeah it just doesn't look the car just
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    it looks different yeah it looks kind of
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    gross but the car is still collectible
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    by the community at large
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    still offer to buy it constantly
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    shout out to my smokin hot wife Big C as
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    we celebrate 11 years on Friday May 3rd
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    nice please some house buying karma best
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    to you all Lumis yes and thank you very
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    much for your support of the program and
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    keep us informed as that what we own is
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    no longer really ours
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    you've got karma Jim Watson Whistler
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    well Whistler BC one of the most
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    picturesque places in the world two
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    hundred thirty three dollars and 33
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    cents or sorry I've been I've been to
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    Whistler very pretty I skied it I skied
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    with Lasky Whistler man he's our
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    associate second associate executive
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    producer and last one on the list happy
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    birthday to me donation rather than
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    grouse about my birthday being hijacked
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    by the Mexican liquor cartel as I have
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    in the past I will change my title from
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    Sir James of the mountains to dude I
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    don't know if he's if this is if you
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    serious about this juster saenko DeMaio
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    having passed baronet level some time
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    ago hmm well I think I think it's on the
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    official list I see we had a title
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    change we can do that no no no I guess
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    he's just throwing it in for for fun we
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    okay if you give us a confirmation on
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    this change then we'll do that yes we'll
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    do it later we're not gonna do it just
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    when it sounds like a joke right
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    jingles sir Christus to channel lose
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    goat Karma please oh geez lose to
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    channel I don't know what that means but
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    we'll give it a shot
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    you've got alright thank you very much
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    that's great forgotten that one you
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    forget to forget what people make
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    somebody good jingles good stuff and
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    that was it though sadly yeah that was
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    it for a show 11:35 want to thank these
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    folks for producing the show and we'll
  • 1:19:47
    we have more producers in general listed
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    later yeah we do $50.00 and above in our
  • 1:19:52
    second segment these are very valuable
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    credits they're just like Hollywood you
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    recognize it executive producer
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    associate executive producer they work
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    they work where people understand where
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    credits are about so use them display
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    them proudly and if anyone ever