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1138: Pregnant Person

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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May 16th, 2019
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Start of Show
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1:52
Talking Tubes
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6:44
Deplatforming
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9:49
Spying in Airbnb Appartments
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12:28
Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty In College Admission Scandal
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20:45
The New York Times: 'Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise.'
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27:51
Latency
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34:47
Powerline Networking
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39:58
Bet
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42:51
AirDrop Spam
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45:30
Untitled
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56:01
CIA Sponsors Awesome Con 2019
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1:00:19
Credits
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1:13:31
Iran
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1:26:39
The Christchurch Call
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1:31:51
Facebook Changes Live Streaming Rules
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1:33:50
Adblock Plus Invests in Factmata
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1:37:36
Helm Personal Server
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1:42:53
Vaccinations
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1:49:09
National Review: `Just Kidding, Says Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez`
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1:51:17
Sunrise Movement
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1:54:27
Bill Nye Appearance on Last Week Tonight
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1:57:16
Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna
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2:01:47
Millenials Denying The Moonlanding
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2:03:34
Untitled
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2:06:05
Donations
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2:19:03
Birthdays, Meetups & Title Changes
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2:23:33
Woman Is Beaten To Death With Electric Bird Scooter in Long Beach, California
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2:25:03
Giving Chai
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2:27:13
Brexit
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2:33:15
Eurovision Song Contest 2019
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2:33:44
Hollywood Reporter: 'Eurovision Song Contest Eyeing US Move as "American Song Contest"'
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2:35:47
Mueller Report Confirms 'Hacking' of Florida Counties During 2016 Elections
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2:40:44
Department of Justice’s Inspector General Michael Horowitz Describes Investigation Into Peter Strzok's Text Messages
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2:46:42
Untitled
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2:48:38
Alabama Passes Very Restrictive Abortion Laws
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2:50:56
Pregnant Person
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2:53:14
Alabama State Senator Vivian Figures Suggests Criminalizing Vasectomies
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2:57:57
NBC: 'New China Tariffs Likely to Hit US Consumers'
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3:02:46
End of Show
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    what is the deal with luggage atom curry
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    John C. Dvorak nation media
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    assassination episode 1138 this is no
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    it's raining it's raining I'm Jessie
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    the middle of May it's supposed to be
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    this is our summer this means the whole
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    been beautiful here for May unbelievably
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    beautiful with rain and low temperatures
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    it's been in the 80s it's fantastic for
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    not oh that's the zoo well that's no
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    yes fifty six seven everybody is coming
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    in for the for the Big Show on Sunday
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    yeah apparently your pal there is
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    invited to hold street mark Hallmark
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    Hall tweeting like hey oh come on then
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    welcome to Texas if you're coming to the
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    to the the shindig I don't think he
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    actually invited anybody either way to
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    tweet the way I read the tweet he did
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    yeah we got backed off on a second tweet
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    well of course of course and when you
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    get to a lot of it you get a lot of
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    people visiting and of course every
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    night everyone's hanging out on the deck
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    and very tiring for your podcaster to
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    keep up with everything but I've learned
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    a lot a lot of Millennials here then you
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    know how much we love talking to them oh
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    yeah they're the best some of them it
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    just blows my mind
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    some of them are actually working for
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    the talking tube services of which
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    they're a couple there's Apple Siri
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    there's a
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    the Google assistant and Amazon's Alexa
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    and and I've had a look in the system I
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    am allowed to see how it works what
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    comes in whatever you say to your
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    talking tube it's not safe
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    there's an army of Millennials laughing
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    at you for everything you say so one of
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    the jobs is to make sure that Google
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    assistant is giving the people what they
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    want and what they requested and it
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    appears to be reasonably random which
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    which voice recordings are chosen for
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    review although you know when there's a
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    European Parliament elections when
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    there's a lot of news about that it
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    seems that those those types of queries
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    come in to be checked and you know again
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    it's it this is not a although they are
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    supposed to check for content if
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    something is you know can't pass the
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    muster then it has to be reported but a
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    lot of it is training the the add
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    artificial intelligence just skim that
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    over what do you mean mean by what you
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    can't pass the muster it must be
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    reported what does that mean that means
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    if it's something they feel is dangerous
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    or brings harm I don't know the exact
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    criteria but if something sounds off
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    then there's no matter what the off is
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    they report it that then goes to an
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    elevated team what these kids are doing
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    I'll just call them kids they're
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    actually training the algo they're
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    training the the machine learning which
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    by definition is wrong if they're
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    training it but the machine learning by
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    there's a form and you have to say ok
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    this was the intended request and this
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    is what the result was because that they
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    also had that information and then they
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    can say you know either they did it or
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    didn't do it or was off but here's the
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    thing most of the recordings are people
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    yelling at Google for not getting what
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    they wanted often yelling at Google and
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    a large amount of seemingly old men
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    looking for nasty porn which apparently
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    interracial porn show me some nasty porn
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    nasty enough anymore I can't even repeat
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    the things that are requested god that's
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    weak that's what the technology is being
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    used for Google yeah yeah fantastic
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    all the work that's gone into this all
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    the effort to save and help mankind yes
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    and this is what ends up find porn more
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    porn and just just help you understand
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    these guys can't find their own if they
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    can't find their own damn porn well it's
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    that hard well I think the Google
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    assistant is being used the way it was
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    intended you know no longer in put on
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    your phone through the screen you just
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    press the button and say hey find me
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    some porn you know like open the pod bay
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    doors Hal only different well it's kind
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    of the same if you think about yes yes
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    yes yes so I learned that I learned a
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    new term a new millennial term hold on a
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    second before you go on I'll have a
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    longer report questions okay all right
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    go go so you say that you these kids are
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    working for the various operations do
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    they do when they're having their confab
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    they're on the deck do they exchange
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    notes - do they all work the same - Siri
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    have a bunch of kids listening in yes
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    does the Amazon sister what's the other
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    one Amazon I work for Amazon yeah this
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    these are independent companies that
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    contract out and so it's a you know
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    they're but they do pretty well they do
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    fifteen euros an hour for this it's
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    minimum wage no ten well minimum wage in
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    San Francisco yeah well that's why it's
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    not being done in San Francisco that but
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    you know they need one in every day I
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    think that's a comment on society right
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    there yeah the cheap bastards are making
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    who knows how many billions of dollars
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    in profits yes can't pay $15 an hour for
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    able to eavesdrop and get and probably
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    get sickened by a lot of this yeah I
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    would make me nauseous well and one of
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    the discussions was they the the
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    Millennial set are convinced convinced
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    that it will not be longer than this
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    year before a prominent youtuber commits
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    suicide on YouTube baby wouldn't that be
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    the best now but just be it is the
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    canceled culture the deep platforming
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    Olivia Jade is up for auctions on this
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    yeah I mean the kids are freaking out
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    and they're not prepared for this type
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    of incredible letdown and disappointment
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    so early in their professional lives
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    when they find out that guess what
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    Internet money ain't just free all the
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    time you know you can just get D
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    platformed it's that simple
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    that's that simple oh that's pathetic
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    but I do want to reiterate something
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    because the conversation that you see
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    online and on podcasts and everywhere is
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    about political speech being stifled the
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    left wants to shut down the right and
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    and I just want to remind everybody that
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    the president Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer
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    Mitch McConnell none of these people are
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    important in this game not a single one
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    of them and the only thing that matters
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    is the Almighty God the advertiser
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    they're though that's the reason for the
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    deep platforming it's only because
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    advertisers will say listen I don't want
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    to have anything to do with any
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    conspiracy theorist any crazy shit that
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    I did you have it they're protecting
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    their own interests if you really truly
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    believe that they're being suppressed
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    now this needs to be emphasized the
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    advertisers don't want that message near
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    their product
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    it's the advertisers and it's so simple
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    if if you really want to make this a
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    fairer platform
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    everybody just needs to turn it off
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    don't use it go after the advertisers go
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    after the advertisers right now like the
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    sleeping giants and the in the media
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    matters say hey we want free speech or
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    walnut or we're going to
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    boycott you but no the advertisers are
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    pretty easy to spot we should come up
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    with a little gendell list of the
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    advertisers on Twitter or advertisers
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    who should be boycotted because they
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    stifles free speech they're
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    anti-american yes oh I like that
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    anti-american unpatriotic unpatriotic it
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    hurts even more Lee yeah they should
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    want more free speech not less
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    we don't want it associate we don't want
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    that sort of thing associated with our
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    brand that's all there is to it it's not
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    a big deal you wouldn't either
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    no no exactly and that's what everyone
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    forgets and so of course kids who are
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    popular and and you know you become
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    popular certainly online with at least
  • 9:33
    some fire or controversy or some you
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    know some position you never get really
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    popular just for being cool but my
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    favorite story because everyone's an
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    airbnb s coming from all except for
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    christina and a girlfriend they're
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    staying with us and so the one of Tina's
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    sisters and her husband and their son
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    they have an Airbnb but her other sister
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    with her sons they are in a different
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    Airbnb but their Airbnb wasn't available
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    yet for check-in so everyone just kind
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    of piled into theirs yeah just to throw
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    the bags down and then they they left
  • 10:24
    after 20 minutes to go hang out in the
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    city and then so the sister number one
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    gets a fling gets a message from Airbnb
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    well we see that that you have many more
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    people in the Airbnb than you contracted
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    for so click here to confirm that that
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    you now have seven people in this Airbnb
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    with the increased price or you have to
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    get out and what's what's going on here
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    is they have a ring doorbell so so the
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    minute you check in they're looking at
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    you God knows if the heaven
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    anything on the inside yeah that's
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    freaked me out
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    get that first tape gaffers tape yeah
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    yeah but it's just to me it says more
  • 11:13
    about where we're at right now with this
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    surveillance state and we're doing it to
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    ourselves and we're jumping to
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    conclusions
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    yeah if the lady just calls it hey you
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    know I see you did like seven people
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    instead of four or whatever they'd
  • 11:28
    agreed to then he could have said no
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    they're just here for a couple minutes
  • 11:32
    and they'll leave no no immediately goes
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    through Airbnb Airbnb and Nazi is coming
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    down I up do you have some up him up so
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    you know is it just the ring doorbell
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    that they're using to spy on I can
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    almost guarantee you not and this is all
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    part of the technical technological
  • 11:52
    issue all air B&B oh not all but most
  • 11:56
    air B&B x' now no longer have a key and
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    the lock they have one of those code
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    locks that you can operate over the
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    Internet remotely and so they give you a
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    code and then when the next person
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    checks in they give you a new code but
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    what invariably happens I'm sure during
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    South by Southwest etc is people hand
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    out the code to everybody and they're
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    all crashing and partying in the same
  • 12:20
    air B&B all this technology is not
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    helping it's only making people
  • 12:24
    miserable
  • 12:28
    which takes us to our first clip ah well
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    what you got well since you brought up
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    the fact that you think somebody's going
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    to commit suicide as superstar youtuber
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    is making over a million dollars a year
  • 12:39
    perhaps mm-hmm
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    guess the platform you know even though
  • 12:43
    she is like 16 or 18 or even 19 but
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    let's catch up with the bullshit College
  • 12:52
    scandal and where it's going because I
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    have such a commentary that I wanted to
  • 12:56
    make yeah I've been following the
  • 12:59
    updates Oscar nominee Felicity Huffman
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    facing cameras in a real-life drama that
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    could land the actress in prison when
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    addressing the judge today
  • 13:09
    Hoffman's voice began to quiver fighting
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    back tears she stressed her daughter
  • 13:14
    didn't know about her actions trying to
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    regain her composure Huffman answered
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    yes your honor
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    when asked are you guilty of the charge
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    this was absolutely the move that she
  • 13:25
    had to make she had to plead guilty
  • 13:27
    accept responsibility and cooperate with
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    prosecutors to get the lowest possible
  • 13:33
    sentence after agreeing to plead guilty
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    to conspiracy to commit mail fraud
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    prosecutors recommended the Desperate
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    Housewives star pay a twenty thousand
  • 13:42
    dollar fine and spent four months in
  • 13:44
    prison it comes his fellow actress Lauri
  • 13:47
    Lachlan moves closer to trial like some
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    other parents rejecting a plea deal she
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    and her fashion designer husband are
  • 13:54
    taking a big gamble as they face a
  • 13:56
    maximum of 40 years in prison
  • 13:59
    Lauri Lachlan is risking a substantial
  • 14:02
    prison sentence by going to trial
  • 14:04
    instead of pleading guilty she may even
  • 14:06
    end up pointing the finger at her
  • 14:09
    husband who was involved in more of the
  • 14:11
    communications and more of the emails
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    than she was oh he was but he wasn't
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    implicated at all was he no it's the is
  • 14:20
    it's the Felicity's husband that was an
  • 14:23
    impact oh yes yes Massimo yes the
  • 14:28
    fashion designer just wearing a most emo
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    sweater the other day I was thinking you
  • 14:32
    were with your Crocs no doubt things
  • 14:35
    here that need to be addressed and it's
  • 14:37
    it this is out of control there's no way
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    that one person gets
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    for the forty years four months in jail
  • 14:45
    ever gets forty years this sort of
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    threat this is the problem with the
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    justice system as it now exists it's a
  • 14:52
    sham they don't want anyone going to
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    trial and it says in fact it even in the
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    report L McGarry says she had this is
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    the decision of the decision she had to
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    make she had to plead guilty I'm not
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    buying that these people necessarily I
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    mean they're go to a counselor just a
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    bunch of these people and they're gonna
  • 15:12
    help your kid get into school this guy
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    had a little other scheme and I believe
  • 15:17
    a lot of people were just stupid and and
  • 15:19
    many of them not educated at all I never
  • 15:21
    went to college themselves and they were
  • 15:24
    suckered into paying huge amounts of
  • 15:26
    money thinking maybe that was the way to
  • 15:27
    do it because they were I hate I hate
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    the safety they don't see malicious they
  • 15:32
    were just dumb and and so the system now
  • 15:35
    is just beating the crap but everyone
  • 15:36
    just really for one thing nobody should
  • 15:38
    go to jail over this I've decided that's
  • 15:40
    bullcrap
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    hold on how about okay hold on a second
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    what about the admissions boards the
  • 15:50
    people on the inside like I know that
  • 15:52
    the college but that the basketball
  • 15:54
    coach at UT is in jail I think already
  • 15:56
    and why is that why do we hear nothing
  • 15:59
    about the admission side of this scandal
  • 16:02
    why do we not hear about the people who
  • 16:04
    actually let these kids in well that
  • 16:07
    would be I would be more inclined to see
  • 16:10
    them do a little time yeah but but in
  • 16:13
    the the thing is overblown so some kids
  • 16:19
    oh my god the poor kid that worked his
  • 16:22
    butt off to get into Harvard he didn't
  • 16:24
    get it because somebody bought their way
  • 16:26
    in or he was at Harvard I guess was Yale
  • 16:29
    got in because he was a crew member or
  • 16:31
    whatever is on the rowing team this is
  • 16:33
    all bull crap you can get you I know a
  • 16:36
    lot of people to get into Harvard just
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    because and I know I'm not alumni kids
  • 16:41
    they get in first they're the first ones
  • 16:42
    been appropriated yes some schools don't
  • 16:46
    allow it I told the story to you well
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    off to the air about one of our
  • 16:50
    employees that was at me vo who is
  • 16:56
    go ahead and tell the story ready model
  • 16:58
    but she got it she waltzed into Cal
  • 17:00
    because she's Mexican she says she
  • 17:06
    doesn't act and she was part of it you
  • 17:08
    know and she just waltzes in yeah so the
  • 17:10
    whole system is a scam to begin with
  • 17:14
    well don't don't you think that's
  • 17:16
    exactly the reason why it's only this
  • 17:19
    celebreties being played up and these
  • 17:22
    huge fuck their it to me it's all
  • 17:24
    distraction from the true problem one
  • 17:26
    college is too expensive too it's a scam
  • 17:30
    on how you get in in the first place
  • 17:32
    with alumni at the top of the list the
  • 17:36
    whole thing is a scam and then to
  • 17:37
    overblow these celebrities and been
  • 17:39
    threatened them with 40 years in prison
  • 17:42
    because she didn't in fact I'm sure that
  • 17:45
    woman is convinced that she did nothing
  • 17:48
    wrong because they would because she
  • 17:52
    went through a system that was there
  • 17:53
    everybody knew about this guy okay if
  • 17:58
    that's what you want me to do I'll do
  • 17:59
    that to a photo shop a picture sure I
  • 18:01
    can do that is that the way everyone
  • 18:02
    does it yeah everybody does it's just
  • 18:05
    it's ridiculous that the system has
  • 18:08
    beaten these people down so much I mean
  • 18:10
    it was fun at first I agree a whole look
  • 18:13
    at these idiots but now it's out of
  • 18:15
    control and it's and it's unfair and
  • 18:17
    it's ridiculous and these prosecutors
  • 18:19
    should be ashamed of themselves and who
  • 18:22
    knows what other forces are working
  • 18:24
    behind the scenes you know there's all
  • 18:27
    of these famous people has all kinds of
  • 18:31
    commercial dealings but we don't even
  • 18:33
    know what they've is Hollywood somehow
  • 18:36
    involved they have any say there is
  • 18:38
    there are any PR moves being made to
  • 18:41
    focus on one versus the other
  • 18:42
    based upon future projects or things on
  • 18:45
    the shelf no in fact the reporting is
  • 18:48
    piss-poor
  • 18:52
    well anyway this has to end and these
  • 18:54
    people should be just so you say I see
  • 18:58
    the way I see because of this if you
  • 18:59
    have to do something because of mail
  • 19:01
    fraud which is beyond me okay let's
  • 19:04
    dream up some more bogus charges that's
  • 19:06
    not what they did but oh they sent a
  • 19:09
    resume and through the mail that was
  • 19:11
    bogota mail fraud that's bullcrap now
  • 19:14
    give them a big healthy fight if you
  • 19:16
    can't afford million bucks to get your
  • 19:18
    kid into school you can afford more than
  • 19:21
    a twenty thousand dollar fine give him a
  • 19:23
    fifty or a hundred thousand dollar fine
  • 19:25
    and slap him on the wrist and tell him
  • 19:27
    to get the hell out this is bullcrap the
  • 19:30
    highest order yeah but everybody wants
  • 19:34
    to see someone go to jail that we all
  • 19:36
    know come on you can't ruin the fun yeah
  • 19:41
    well I'm sick of it I'll keep following
  • 19:46
    this - this is there's inexcusable the
  • 19:49
    prosecutor says we have real crime
  • 19:52
    people are getting here oh well yeah
  • 19:53
    there's that there's mugeez every window
  • 19:57
    in Tarrant Cisco's being broken cuz
  • 19:59
    nobody cares but it's under a thousand
  • 20:05
    dollars in damages no one has to care
  • 20:07
    yeah you don't have to care
  • 20:10
    well this but isn't this the celebrity
  • 20:12
    culture that we're in this is not
  • 20:14
    unexpected to me and I totally expect
  • 20:16
    someone to go to jail hey I was all in
  • 20:19
    on it I liked the idea was fun but now
  • 20:22
    has gone too far
  • 20:24
    okay all right dice I still want to see
  • 20:30
    perp walk a good one they did the perp
  • 20:34
    walks already that weren't good no one
  • 20:37
    was shackled with a shadow do it again
  • 20:39
    yes do over on the perp walk well
  • 20:45
    another PR job which was just fantastic
  • 20:49
    to read in the New York Times
  • 20:53
    regarding 5g I'm sure you saw this this
  • 20:59
    article I have a clip of a 5g guy going
  • 21:02
    on and on I want to talk about I don't
  • 21:03
    have that clip us for the next in the
  • 21:05
    show which would be next Thursday but
  • 21:07
    well let me let me read the just the
  • 21:10
    pertinent read that I read it was a it
  • 21:12
    was a I don't wonder who was written for
  • 21:14
    us a puff piece well first of all that
  • 21:16
    the headline is your 5g phone won't hurt
  • 21:20
    you but Russia wants you to think
  • 21:23
    otherwise 40 and all the rest well so
  • 21:31
    what the article says this was the worst
  • 21:34
    article ever is that apparently the
  • 21:40
    Russians are are behind the negative
  • 21:46
    information about 5g analysts see our
  • 21:50
    T's attack it where's my check and by
  • 21:53
    the way this this this RT v GP s--
  • 21:57
    they're referring to is the piece that
  • 21:59
    we played on the show weeks ago remember
  • 22:01
    the Millennial girl and I guess you
  • 22:05
    don't know not really um don't know if I
  • 22:11
    have I have a different clip let me see
  • 22:16
    if I can find this there was
  • 22:18
    I can't bring it up right at this very
  • 22:23
    moment but it it was you know an okay
  • 22:26
    report but anyway the New York Times
  • 22:28
    says analysts seek Artie's attack on
  • 22:30
    five GS geopolitically bold it targets a
  • 22:33
    new world of interconnected futuristic
  • 22:35
    technologies that would reach into
  • 22:36
    consumers homes abe national security
  • 22:38
    and spark innovative industries yes its
  • 22:40
    economic warfare why what like what is I
  • 22:46
    keep hearing this wall ready or I'm
  • 22:48
    gonna read it to you already medical
  • 22:49
    firms are linking up devices wirelessly
  • 22:52
    to create new kinds of health treatments
  • 22:54
    yeah you can do a mammogram via remote
  • 22:57
    just stand in front of that five just 5g
  • 22:59
    antenna good to go it no worries a film
  • 23:03
    behind you no squeezing no more pinching
  • 23:06
    just stand in front of your router and
  • 23:08
    you're good to go
  • 23:10
    warfare Ryan Fox chief operating officer
  • 23:13
    of new knowledge hello new knowledge new
  • 23:15
    job new knowledge you remember those
  • 23:17
    guys don't you the one yeah they're the
  • 23:20
    ones that did the Congressional report
  • 23:23
    explaining exactly how the Russian
  • 23:25
    trolls influenced the election and then
  • 23:28
    subsequently they were caught using the
  • 23:30
    same techniques in the Alabama special
  • 23:33
    election those guys now those guys good
  • 23:37
    it's no problem to go ahead and promote
  • 23:40
    them and and everything they're talking
  • 23:42
    about anyway RT struck back which i
  • 23:48
    think is pretty interesting and they are
  • 23:51
    going to retaliate in this clip against
  • 23:54
    this new york times reports conflict of
  • 23:56
    interest might be an understatement for
  • 23:58
    the new york times and its relationship
  • 24:00
    with the telecom giant verizon the times
  • 24:03
    those advertisements for verizon take a
  • 24:05
    look at this one paid for and posted by
  • 24:08
    verizon but that's just the tip of the
  • 24:10
    iceberg this january with verizon
  • 24:12
    support we're launching a new journalism
  • 24:14
    5g lab at the times
  • 24:16
    now this labs going to be based in our
  • 24:18
    main newsroom
  • 24:19
    and it'll work very closely with x
  • 24:21
    journalist in New York City across
  • 24:23
    America and around the world
  • 24:25
    it'll parlor with Verizon's open
  • 24:27
    innovation group and get early access to
  • 24:30
    5g technology and equipment Doreen Tobin
  • 24:34
    has been on the New York Times board of
  • 24:36
    directors since 2004 until 2009 she was
  • 24:40
    Verizon the vice president and chief
  • 24:41
    financial officer hire men from Verizon
  • 24:45
    Tobin was given three and a half million
  • 24:47
    dollars and then signed the year-long
  • 24:49
    consulting contract the pater a whopping
  • 24:52
    125 thousand dollars per month as for
  • 24:55
    the articles experts on 5g Ryan Fox
  • 24:58
    spent 15 years at the National Security
  • 25:00
    Agency and was a computer analyst in the
  • 25:02
    US Army now he's an executive at the
  • 25:05
    cyber intelligence firm new knowledge
  • 25:07
    the very same firm that ran would its
  • 25:09
    own internal report called an elaborate
  • 25:12
    false flag operation in the 2017 Alabama
  • 25:15
    special Senate race and then there's
  • 25:17
    Molly McHugh a neoconservative
  • 25:19
    think-tank ER and registered foreign
  • 25:21
    agent who once wrote that fighting a new
  • 25:24
    Cold War would be in America's interest
  • 25:26
    so whose interest is this article serve
  • 25:28
    the American public or corporate
  • 25:30
    shareholders this is something that
  • 25:33
    works I thought it was an outstanding
  • 25:35
    piece yeah of course it's miss really a
  • 25:37
    native ad it's them defending their new
  • 25:39
    newsroom in conjunction with Verizon you
  • 25:42
    know a call when you see the New York
  • 25:44
    Times load up their newsroom with 5g
  • 25:47
    transmitters at the end of the paper
  • 25:52
    wow man those New York Times articles
  • 25:54
    looking pretty crusty will fry it around
  • 25:56
    the edges what's going on with that but
  • 25:58
    this despicable they and I believe this
  • 26:01
    I think they literally despicable the
  • 26:04
    New York Times should be ashamed of
  • 26:05
    itself but it's already lost it's a lost
  • 26:07
    cause I'm surprised I'm gonna be
  • 26:09
    surprised if it lasted I mean they got a
  • 26:13
    this horrible that papers just going
  • 26:15
    down the tubes
  • 26:16
    no but they seem to be doing okay on
  • 26:17
    digital subscriptions so they claim well
  • 26:21
    they got a big overhead I don't know how
  • 26:23
    they're doing it you know the action
  • 26:25
    going on there I'm looking at this New
  • 26:27
    York Times article again
  • 26:30
    and they do disclaim it wireless
  • 26:32
    high-speed communications could
  • 26:34
    transform the news industry what wait
  • 26:37
    wait this is grown this is this is the
  • 26:40
    the part they get paid for well done one
  • 26:44
    paragraph wireless high-speed
  • 26:46
    communication could transform the news
  • 26:48
    industry sports shopping entertainment
  • 26:52
    transportation health care sexual
  • 26:55
    relations I made that up
  • 26:57
    city management and many levels of
  • 26:59
    government in January the times
  • 27:02
    announced a joint venture with horizon
  • 27:03
    to build a 5g Journalism lab and then
  • 27:09
    they and the transmitters inside the
  • 27:11
    newsroom do it
  • 27:12
    artis assaults on 5g technology are
  • 27:15
    rising in number and stridency as the
  • 27:18
    american wireless industry begins to
  • 27:20
    erect 5g systems in march verizon said
  • 27:24
    its service will soon reach 30 cities
  • 27:26
    this is a native ad article a protection
  • 27:31
    airy native ad they don't say anything
  • 27:36
    about t-mobile or AT&T with their phony
  • 27:39
    5ge whatever it is they don't say
  • 27:43
    anything about that know only about
  • 27:44
    Verizon yeah that's not a control that
  • 27:49
    really is bad so I'm listening I have
  • 27:53
    some clips I'm gonna play up I don't
  • 27:56
    have them with me I'm gonna bring him in
  • 27:58
    the next show that we do this is a tease
  • 28:01
    but the one thing they keep promoting
  • 28:05
    and they keep promoting this to an
  • 28:08
    extreme and I just I'm finally sick of
  • 28:11
    listening to and I want somebody I need
  • 28:12
    to get some I can say what I think I
  • 28:15
    know and I think but I'm gonna have to
  • 28:18
    get a superstar Network guy hmm a guy
  • 28:22
    who really is up there not some you know
  • 28:24
    some not me and and and do an interview
  • 28:28
    with him this low latency thing is
  • 28:32
    bullshit oh really
  • 28:34
    well what give me a break one mel is it
  • 28:37
    this is one millisecond latency is on 5g
  • 28:42
    you get one millisecond late well
  • 28:43
    but that was what I was gonna say that's
  • 28:46
    meaningless I mean the latency - what
  • 28:48
    that mean to the from the from the phone
  • 28:51
    to the router or to the phone yeah I
  • 28:53
    guess that's it yeah I was looking at my
  • 28:58
    latency on my just fooling around
  • 29:00
    looking Layton sees on my one gigabit
  • 29:03
    line between where and where so I'm
  • 29:07
    getting so if I use if I go on eucla or
  • 29:10
    any of the speedtest.net hey there's a
  • 29:13
    bunch of them but I was nice because
  • 29:15
    it's not a real test test for it's a
  • 29:18
    good test for latency hmm and so I ran
  • 29:23
    the test because it matches everybody
  • 29:25
    else's latency there's also just a
  • 29:27
    latency test
  • 29:28
    so my latency talking from here on the
  • 29:33
    gigabit line straight to the sonic
  • 29:37
    server yes Santa Rosa yeah is a five
  • 29:41
    millisecond for make it admit
  • 29:43
    milliseconds yeah that's good
  • 29:48
    the latency from here to Austin Texas 20
  • 29:54
    right sometimes 30 yeah it's got a
  • 29:57
    latency from here to Manchester UK 55
  • 30:03
    right so what what is this low latency
  • 30:08
    got to do with anything
  • 30:09
    well look what they're talking about
  • 30:11
    here is really building a secondary
  • 30:14
    internet that is completely managed and
  • 30:17
    chock full of goodies for the telecom
  • 30:21
    company and for governments and etc so
  • 30:25
    you know when you have a one millisecond
  • 30:28
    latency they're gonna have the you know
  • 30:30
    the the distance learning or the
  • 30:33
    telemedicine it'll all be with inside
  • 30:36
    this new network it's not really
  • 30:38
    intended I mean they're just trying to
  • 30:40
    sell it to people by saying something
  • 30:41
    incredibly stupid churches you could
  • 30:43
    download a whole movie in five seconds
  • 30:46
    well the last time I downloaded a movie
  • 30:48
    was in 1998 it's all streaming now you
  • 30:51
    don't have to download anything and no
  • 30:53
    one cares how long it takes as long as
  • 30:55
    it starts playing almost right away
  • 30:59
    and and just to explain to everyone what
  • 31:02
    is my and I think the show's issue is
  • 31:05
    with 5g is they're claiming to have
  • 31:07
    incredible bandwidth and that's not
  • 31:11
    necessarily the you know that's explain
  • 31:13
    to simpletons as all you can download a
  • 31:16
    movie in five seconds but what it means
  • 31:18
    is you can really put a lot of data
  • 31:20
    through in the same amount of time and
  • 31:22
    you can compare it to AM radio and FM
  • 31:29
    radio AM radio reaches much further
  • 31:32
    certainly at night it bounces around but
  • 31:34
    the quality is shit because it's very
  • 31:36
    thin bandwidth and that's just the
  • 31:40
    physics of that's just physics so if you
  • 31:44
    want further reach your quality will go
  • 31:46
    down in I'm just generalizing FM sounds
  • 31:50
    much higher quality but in order to get
  • 31:53
    all of that beautiful sounding
  • 31:54
    information and it has to go on a
  • 31:56
    different frequency which just can't
  • 31:58
    penetrate and can't go as far so when
  • 32:01
    you have 4G it'll go through walls and
  • 32:04
    all through all kinds of things and you
  • 32:06
    get a decent amount of bandwidth and
  • 32:08
    then in some countries very decent but
  • 32:10
    to really make that jump to a gigabit
  • 32:12
    you have to have a much higher frequency
  • 32:14
    and because those higher frequencies can
  • 32:18
    stuff all this information into the into
  • 32:23
    its pipe its power has to be a multiple
  • 32:27
    time stronger in order to get through
  • 32:29
    your hand from your phone if that's even
  • 32:32
    work you know they're already gonna show
  • 32:34
    you how to hold your phone properly so
  • 32:35
    you don't block the antenna with I don't
  • 32:37
    know something inconvenient like your
  • 32:39
    head and they're gonna be upping this
  • 32:42
    power and it could be sixty watts from
  • 32:44
    the pole now when you have a pole right
  • 32:46
    outside your window you get into all
  • 32:48
    kinds of unknowns and this is one of the
  • 32:51
    reasons why is luigi Ana Department of
  • 32:53
    Health is saying hold on we're gonna
  • 32:55
    study this study it before we roll it
  • 32:57
    out now Austin of course stupid on board
  • 33:00
    rolling it out at the little boxes
  • 33:02
    everywhere
  • 33:04
    so when you when you start to do this
  • 33:08
    without thinking properly about or
  • 33:09
    without really testing in real world
  • 33:11
    scenarios with humans there's going to
  • 33:15
    be tons of issues now that's at 5g
  • 33:18
    itself has nothing to do with this 5g is
  • 33:21
    being rolled out in Asia on pretty much
  • 33:23
    the same frequencies as 4G I don't know
  • 33:26
    if that's just PR because again you
  • 33:28
    can't really get that far with with with
  • 33:32
    a higher frequency so I mean it's a
  • 33:35
    little baffling to me we seem to be one
  • 33:37
    of the few countries that are really
  • 33:39
    going to go in the high you know 30
  • 33:40
    gigahertz range I don't see Asia doing
  • 33:44
    this they're still staying in the you
  • 33:47
    know in the 3 to 5 gigahertz range which
  • 33:49
    is arguably not harmful actually 2.6 in
  • 33:52
    China yeah well and so is that really 5g
  • 33:55
    I mean you can't say call it 5g it's 5 g
  • 33:58
    yeah but you can't push the same amount
  • 34:00
    of data through that frequency
  • 34:02
    you just can't it where's the spec yeah
  • 34:05
    if there was one we could tell you all
  • 34:07
    about it that's another problem the spec
  • 34:09
    is kind of where's the spec show me the
  • 34:12
    spec yeah so that's not gonna be too
  • 34:16
    much of a problem but then I don't think
  • 34:18
    it'll deliver it you can't it can't
  • 34:20
    deliver it'll channels over the same you
  • 34:23
    know free at the two points that that's
  • 34:24
    that's part of the spec that's part of
  • 34:27
    it is that it's like a wave division I
  • 34:30
    guess parts of it is is that but it's
  • 34:35
    just unknown and there's there's lots of
  • 34:37
    examples of 4G even 3G making people
  • 34:40
    very sick
  • 34:41
    Wi-Fi people with Wi-Fi issues who just
  • 34:45
    cannot stand it yeah Wi-Fi may actually
  • 34:49
    be the real issue I've gone dive by
  • 34:53
    attitude about it I've kind of cut back
  • 34:55
    on Wi-Fi and I'm using believe it or not
  • 34:58
    and it works just fine
  • 35:00
    dyma home powerline networking in the
  • 35:03
    house really 2 gigabits per second you
  • 35:09
    think that's fast enough Wow
  • 35:12
    yeah it's a lot faster than Wi-Fi by far
  • 35:17
    and you can run multiple networks which
  • 35:20
    is really the cool part you can run
  • 35:22
    multiple networks on your same power
  • 35:24
    lines in other words this is the part
  • 35:27
    that I was really quizzical about cuz I
  • 35:30
    bought two sets of gear one was a was a
  • 35:35
    500 megabits per second system just two
  • 35:38
    units and then the other one was a two
  • 35:40
    gigabit per second unit two units and I
  • 35:44
    and then you you you pair them and if
  • 35:48
    you pair them on different frequencies
  • 35:49
    they won't talk to each other well you
  • 35:51
    have a what brand are you using I want
  • 35:53
    to try this out I have I have to go look
  • 35:56
    it up I can look it up I look it up on
  • 35:58
    Amazon they're Chinese brands that's
  • 36:06
    great and so you're loaded and so you
  • 36:08
    can have these vendors vendors all these
  • 36:10
    stands one stone it's called homes home
  • 36:13
    something is the standard I have to
  • 36:15
    write some this is one one little thing
  • 36:17
    that's a problem that a user cannot be a
  • 36:20
    true ham radio amateur professional
  • 36:24
    because these powerline things they will
  • 36:27
    give you some QR Mary that you won't
  • 36:30
    believe yeah yeah they will mess up you
  • 36:33
    in the 90s haha I can't wait to try it
  • 36:36
    I'm gonna get one of these boxes try it
  • 36:38
    out and I'm guarantee you this box it's
  • 36:40
    gonna create horrible noise on the over
  • 36:45
    they've changed this new home plug it
  • 36:47
    thinks the name of it home plug the hole
  • 36:49
    plug standard which makes it cross
  • 36:51
    compatible so I have these two separate
  • 36:53
    networks running on my power lines I'll
  • 36:56
    tell you what the problem could be I'm
  • 36:58
    running these two separate Network some
  • 36:59
    of my power lines that are different
  • 37:01
    they don't talk to each other but I
  • 37:03
    could just as easily even though there
  • 37:05
    are different speeds I can just as
  • 37:07
    easily have them talk to each other by
  • 37:09
    by pairing them with all together and
  • 37:13
    one one power line operation but what
  • 37:16
    I've done is I'm running one system or
  • 37:18
    using the Comcast connection you know
  • 37:21
    and I'm using one system using the sonic
  • 37:23
    connection so I have these two separate
  • 37:26
    sub networks within the house now the
  • 37:28
    problem I'm told
  • 37:31
    although it's I think it's a long shot
  • 37:36
    looking around at people it's a long
  • 37:39
    shot is that the signal does go out on
  • 37:43
    the lines yes and so you can show that
  • 37:46
    my next-door neighbor down the end of
  • 37:48
    the receive it could possibly get on my
  • 37:52
    network but he has to be paired yeah I'm
  • 37:55
    sure that I'm sure you could do it in
  • 37:58
    some odd way if you have the exact same
  • 38:01
    gear well so that's that's actually kind
  • 38:04
    of cool so you could provide and you
  • 38:05
    could charge your neighbor for Internet
  • 38:08
    you could do it I think you could do it
  • 38:10
    I don't know what I like how it would be
  • 38:13
    but I'm sure the day I'm sure those
  • 38:15
    bandits would go down because of just
  • 38:17
    its general degradation but alright I
  • 38:19
    think it's doable all right so you're
  • 38:22
    running is say you're running an
  • 38:23
    apartment building something to plug
  • 38:25
    these in and you can get ID I'm not
  • 38:27
    gonna go on and on about this good you
  • 38:29
    can get one at you can get a lot of
  • 38:31
    these systems have a a master where you
  • 38:33
    plug your network into and then the
  • 38:35
    slaves out and about in the feel out in
  • 38:38
    their bedrooms or wherever you're gonna
  • 38:39
    put them wait yes in the bedroom where
  • 38:41
    you where your slaves usually all slaves
  • 38:43
    should be in the bedroom you put the
  • 38:45
    slave unit has a wife fight output so
  • 38:50
    you go from homes instead of having a
  • 38:53
    mesh which everyone's all these in fact
  • 38:55
    the guys who set these things all you
  • 38:57
    gotta get a mesh which is like I don't
  • 38:59
    want thirty receivers in my friend
  • 39:01
    transmitters in the house met them in a
  • 39:03
    way meshing with ridiculous well then
  • 39:09
    you could also just give your slaves a
  • 39:11
    really long cat5 cable Ethernet cable
  • 39:15
    yeah when I used to walk around with
  • 39:17
    that six or seven but yeah if you have
  • 39:21
    an old house or you're not wired are you
  • 39:25
    trying to run cat five all over the
  • 39:26
    places it's done it's unsightly yes yes
  • 39:29
    all it's no good you got this is the
  • 39:31
    home plug standard seems to work in fact
  • 39:34
    it does work alright huge difference on
  • 39:36
    my Roku viewing of the Warriors playoff
  • 39:39
    games Wow okay
  • 39:42
    well I shall
  • 39:44
    once you can tell me which one it is I
  • 39:46
    will purchase said device and I will
  • 39:48
    check and see if it works
  • 39:50
    with my professional ham radio gear I
  • 39:53
    get you the cheapest one which would be
  • 39:56
    the most likely to be a problem bet
  • 40:01
    that's it yeah that's a new term what I
  • 40:04
    learned a new term what bet that bet Det
  • 40:10
    so here's how it works you say you say
  • 40:13
    after dinner let's go let's watch the
  • 40:16
    Warriors go ahead try it
  • 40:17
    bet no you say another well-rehearsed
  • 40:25
    bit no so instead of this is part of the
  • 40:29
    compression culture that I've been
  • 40:30
    following instead of saying I bet or you
  • 40:33
    bet till you ate let's watch the word
  • 40:35
    games after dinner yeah you bet no you
  • 40:37
    just say bet oh that's dope and I of
  • 40:47
    course not heard of this and then and
  • 40:50
    the the Millenial start talking about it
  • 40:53
    and they all they're all like oh yeah I
  • 40:54
    bet like what I never I'd not heard this
  • 40:57
    there's a number of YouTube videos that
  • 40:59
    I recommend people track down about
  • 41:02
    millennial slang uh-huh that's the tip
  • 41:06
    of the iceberg I didn't understand a
  • 41:08
    word half these people were saying it's
  • 41:09
    almost like jive talk from the 40s it's
  • 41:14
    compression it's we're compressing
  • 41:17
    everything all language it's all I gotta
  • 41:19
    tell you you know Google now has bought
  • 41:23
    google podcasts in which i'm happy with
  • 41:26
    because for a number of reasons but you
  • 41:29
    know you can do an online player just in
  • 41:31
    a web browser they are doing if the not
  • 41:36
    know if it's planned or if they're
  • 41:37
    already starting to do transcriptions
  • 41:39
    and then they're indexing that so you
  • 41:41
    can search on podcast which I of course
  • 41:43
    is fantastic we we encourage that but
  • 41:47
    they also have a 1.5 playback speed and
  • 41:52
    I don't know what I was looking for an
  • 41:54
    old segment I was going through some
  • 41:55
    stuff and I just hated one and one and a
  • 41:57
    half and I have to tell you that if
  • 42:00
    you're if if that's what you're into I
  • 42:02
    mean it doesn't raise your voice an
  • 42:04
    octave I mean it's just like audacity it
  • 42:06
    just you know it chops out the spaces in
  • 42:09
    between and it's a tempo thing yeah it's
  • 42:11
    real it's really tempo
  • 42:12
    it's doable I mean it I don't know why
  • 42:15
    you'd want to do it again I don't like
  • 42:17
    jogging past the Mona Lisa either but it
  • 42:21
    does work and that's what this is it's
  • 42:24
    compression more information more it's
  • 42:26
    it's emoji speak bet bet well I wish
  • 42:32
    these kids all the luck in the world yes
  • 42:35
    and they'll need it with the latest
  • 42:38
    trend in the Netherlands they need to
  • 42:39
    compress all this up because even when
  • 42:41
    they're on a train they're on their
  • 42:42
    phone and I even looking out the window
  • 42:44
    to see the sights they're missing out
  • 42:46
    yeah bet and then my favorite is that
  • 42:52
    and I don't think this is something
  • 42:54
    that's happening in the United States
  • 42:56
    but in the Netherlands it is a big deal
  • 42:58
    are you familiar with airdrop yeah I
  • 43:01
    don't think just the idea that Amazon's
  • 43:04
    gonna drop packages off I know the drone
  • 43:08
    no airdrop is an Apple protocol I don't
  • 43:12
    know I don't think it's compatible with
  • 43:14
    with Android but the Apple protocol and
  • 43:17
    you can if you let's say you want to
  • 43:19
    share a picture or or mp3 or whatever
  • 43:22
    you want to share and then you you look
  • 43:24
    at your airdrop and then anyone within
  • 43:26
    your Bluetooth proximity will pop up and
  • 43:29
    then you can select someone and then
  • 43:31
    it'll z' it'll send them a message
  • 43:34
    saying oh you've got an incoming picture
  • 43:37
    or whatever it is and then you click OK
  • 43:39
    in it and it starts transferring this is
  • 43:44
    typically enabled and on on on Apple
  • 43:48
    devices but you can send to multiple
  • 43:50
    people so train stations bus stops lines
  • 43:55
    at the theater people are air-dropping
  • 43:59
    dick pics to the entire group of people
  • 44:02
    who are standing there I don't want a
  • 44:05
    dick pic for some stranger that matter
  • 44:09
    that's part of the joke of it all
  • 44:11
    is that you you have this a gag it's a
  • 44:16
    gag of course people have well not
  • 44:20
    everybody I mean to just face 90% of the
  • 44:22
    phones out there are Samsung so
  • 44:24
    you'd have to old you'd only be catching
  • 44:26
    their Apple iPhone users yeah there's
  • 44:29
    enough of them believe me there's
  • 44:30
    there's enough um that that it makes a
  • 44:32
    difference yeah this is always just
  • 44:33
    turned on automatically as received with
  • 44:35
    yes or no how these kids have all this
  • 44:37
    shit on man they don't turn it off they
  • 44:39
    keep everything on Bluetooth that Wi-Fi
  • 44:42
    and all of it it's always on and
  • 44:45
    location it's yeah these kids let me see
  • 44:47
    what my friends are fine people we're
  • 44:49
    gonna steal your stuff they share their
  • 44:51
    locations all the time with each other
  • 44:53
    yeah end up dead anyway hey people share
  • 44:57
    No Agenda clip yeah label it dick pic
  • 45:05
    yeah name thing it's a promotion there's
  • 45:08
    a promotion for us people there you go
  • 45:13
    alright back to the show
  • 45:15
    yeah well that was part of the show I
  • 45:17
    guess it was he's always keeping tabs on
  • 45:20
    what's going on around us feel pretty
  • 45:22
    damn old though do you think you think
  • 45:24
    you're kind of in tune and hip with the
  • 45:26
    kids yeah no not at all the list
  • 45:32
    Ron for a second just today we got some
  • 45:36
    I got some old clips from a year ago on
  • 45:39
    a podcast I can unfortunately didn't
  • 45:42
    write down the name of the podcast but
  • 45:44
    there's the last thing I could find by
  • 45:45
    Ray McGovern mmm-hmm and I've dug it up
  • 45:48
    it was from June of 2018 I dug it up
  • 45:51
    because somebody mentioned that they
  • 45:55
    said I'm not listen that Democracy Now
  • 45:57
    is show anymore ever since they kicked
  • 45:58
    off Ray McGovern and I said what that's
  • 46:02
    why I started looking and then they
  • 46:04
    mentioned the word was and I found this
  • 46:06
    guy's podcast he does I think his radio
  • 46:08
    show podcast one of those combos right
  • 46:10
    and yeah he and there was McGovern
  • 46:13
    ranting about one thing or another and
  • 46:14
    it was some pretty good stuff so I ended
  • 46:16
    up getting three good clips excellent
  • 46:18
    and that will start with Ray McGovern on
  • 46:22
    the schumer intel comment this is during
  • 46:24
    the era when I said 2018 but it was when
  • 46:27
    they were talking about how Schumer said
  • 46:30
    well yeah mess with the intelligence
  • 46:32
    agent they got 12 ways to Sunday to get
  • 46:35
    back at you that one yeah and so they
  • 46:37
    were commenting on this and this is
  • 46:38
    McGovern on Schumer is that this is Jane
  • 46:41
    edgar Hoover on steroids and it's not a
  • 46:44
    stretch not a stretch at all is not the
  • 46:47
    clip of people that's the Hoover on
  • 46:50
    steroids clip um don't think so when we
  • 46:55
    try it again Ray McGovern on Schumer
  • 46:57
    intel comment yeah that's when I thought
  • 47:00
    I played in light of that so I guess not
  • 47:03
    sorry got mixed up I'll try it again
  • 47:05
    here we go in light of that comment you
  • 47:08
    just made I I'm just curious to get your
  • 47:11
    response to that famous notorious Chuck
  • 47:14
    Schumer comment from early last year
  • 47:17
    when he said let me tell you you take on
  • 47:19
    the intelligence community they have six
  • 47:21
    ways from Sunday at getting back at you
  • 47:23
    that should have sent a chill up the
  • 47:25
    spine of every American but half of
  • 47:28
    America apparently listened to that and
  • 47:29
    said yeah yeah they can really get you
  • 47:31
    yeah and they thought that was normal
  • 47:33
    that's not normal
  • 47:34
    well I hope it's not normal it didn't
  • 47:38
    used to be normal okay but the followers
  • 47:41
    whose name is searching for Eugene
  • 47:43
    Robinson
  • 47:44
    who's on TV a lot and he's supposed to
  • 47:47
    be a progressive fellow for the
  • 47:51
    Washington Post he wrote that you know
  • 47:53
    this is a big mistake taking on the FBI
  • 47:57
    you don't do this the FBI doesn't take
  • 48:01
    this kind of criticism lightly now it
  • 48:04
    was really very clear that this is the
  • 48:06
    same Chuck Schumer attitude and I
  • 48:09
    thought wow and humor she might just
  • 48:12
    lost it you know he he's been around
  • 48:14
    Schumer has been around over 30 years 15
  • 48:19
    years as I recall in the house 15 years
  • 48:22
    and it said that though he's Democratic
  • 48:25
    leader in the Senate and he's saying
  • 48:28
    this this scarless thing about how the
  • 48:31
    how the CIA has a hold on the press in
  • 48:33
    the United States now hey McGee musta
  • 48:36
    just lost it
  • 48:37
    well I don't know about that anymore it
  • 48:40
    happens to reflect the reality and maybe
  • 48:42
    this was Schumer's way of saying look
  • 48:45
    you know we don't want to get into this
  • 48:46
    we're Democrats you know we like the way
  • 48:49
    we like the way the FBI and the deep
  • 48:52
    state is is subverting or suborning all
  • 48:56
    the people who work for Trump so beware
  • 48:58
    if you take these guys on they have six
  • 49:01
    ways from Sunday to get back at you it
  • 49:03
    was pretty pretty places
  • 49:08
    I thought that commentary was valid and
  • 49:10
    then we'll go on to the Hoover clip is
  • 49:13
    that so this is J Edgar Hoover on
  • 49:15
    steroids and it's not a stretch not a
  • 49:19
    stretch at all to think that people like
  • 49:21
    well like noonas himself like all the
  • 49:25
    other Republicans and Democrats realize
  • 49:27
    that they can be destroyed by selective
  • 49:30
    leaks then selective leaks is the name
  • 49:32
    of the game here in Washington
  • 49:34
    destroying their reputation and so they
  • 49:36
    have to be really careful not to vote
  • 49:38
    against something that purports to be
  • 49:41
    and in this case I'm using the right
  • 49:43
    expression purports to be defense
  • 49:46
    against terrorist acts there is not one
  • 49:50
    I repeat there is not one terrorist act
  • 49:54
    that is proven to have been prevented by
  • 49:56
    mass surveillance
  • 49:57
    you have the proverbial haystack under
  • 50:02
    which no needles have been found and why
  • 50:05
    is that well it's a simple matter of
  • 50:07
    volume so let me just finish with this
  • 50:11
    analogy here J Edgar Hoover did
  • 50:13
    something really well under his tutelage
  • 50:15
    fingerprints fingerprints were
  • 50:19
    discovered okay was that big yeah that
  • 50:21
    was really big did that prevent any bank
  • 50:25
    robberies well no no it didn't roll but
  • 50:30
    but it helped catch the bank robbers if
  • 50:33
    we had the prints on file so the
  • 50:36
    situation is analogous you collect all
  • 50:38
    this stuff okay we can't possibly use it
  • 50:41
    to prevent a terrorist attack but once
  • 50:44
    one occurs you look up the guys oh yeah
  • 50:47
    like the Boston Marathon bomber we get
  • 50:50
    him talk to his wife this is what he
  • 50:52
    sent you so what I'm saying here is that
  • 50:55
    that renewal of this very intrusive law
  • 50:58
    which goes against the Fourth Amendment
  • 51:00
    you know I should probably explain we
  • 51:03
    may be considered quaint or even
  • 51:05
    obsolete but we when I say we I mean
  • 51:09
    people like Bill Binney at Loomis Kirk
  • 51:12
    Wiebe myself we swore a solemn oath just
  • 51:16
    one just one and that solemn oath
  • 51:20
    to support and defend the Constitution
  • 51:22
    the United States against all enemies
  • 51:23
    foreign and domestic
  • 51:25
    okay end quote now does that both have
  • 51:29
    an expiration date actually it doesn't
  • 51:32
    all right what does that remind me of
  • 51:40
    well you riser somebody says okay a lot
  • 51:43
    has got to go but yeah well he can't go
  • 51:48
    he's uh he's by the way willing to do an
  • 51:51
    interview with the show here now I know
  • 51:54
    it's not that easy when you have all
  • 51:56
    this data and we're saying look we
  • 51:58
    tracked it exactly it's all after the
  • 52:00
    crime has been committed that reminds me
  • 52:02
    of technical stock traders you know use
  • 52:05
    technical analysis they're always wanted
  • 52:08
    I do exactly what you're gonna say
  • 52:09
    they're 100 percent correct after the
  • 52:13
    fact that Fibonacci and that's why yeah
  • 52:18
    but when you look at it in real time
  • 52:20
    it's no predictor okay so this is the
  • 52:26
    last clip and this is the one that the
  • 52:28
    reason I went to track this this down
  • 52:30
    I'm sorry apologize to the podcast who
  • 52:33
    put this out because I can't I didn't
  • 52:35
    make the note of him and I went just now
  • 52:37
    to look for him I couldn't find him so
  • 52:39
    this is the one that really got me
  • 52:41
    though and this is the one that
  • 52:42
    apparently other people have noticed and
  • 52:44
    it's this is it's deplorable what you're
  • 52:47
    gonna hear and you see a lot of change
  • 52:50
    in 55 years but there's one change that
  • 52:52
    dwarfs dwarfs all the other changes and
  • 52:56
    that is that we no longer have in any
  • 52:58
    real sense a free media and that is big
  • 53:02
    I mean you got the progressive people
  • 53:05
    all falling in I've been banned i've
  • 53:08
    been banned from democracy now for two
  • 53:10
    years because i don't say the right
  • 53:12
    things
  • 53:12
    that's Amy Goodman's program I've been
  • 53:15
    banned from common dreams come from
  • 53:18
    truth out calm from a reader supported
  • 53:24
    news and all these people used to
  • 53:27
    publish my stuff automatically no more
  • 53:31
    yes I don't understand this is a problem
  • 53:34
    to me it's everything's been subjugate
  • 53:37
    it's not important anymore mainstream is
  • 53:38
    not important and and by the way today's
  • 53:42
    new new generation they're not watching
  • 53:44
    it anymore they don't care
  • 53:46
    Twitter is the game it's a game first
  • 53:50
    you try to get status by getting a blue
  • 53:52
    checkmark you can do it with 500
  • 53:53
    followers you just have the right have
  • 53:55
    the right story about who you are and
  • 53:57
    then the game is is try and get
  • 54:00
    something into the mainstream news which
  • 54:03
    is not really happening it hasn't been
  • 54:04
    happening for the past couple of months
  • 54:06
    because of bar Muller from that and then
  • 54:10
    you know you continue to fight for
  • 54:13
    points and you lose by getting D
  • 54:15
    platformed he's right about the news
  • 54:22
    event and Seymour Hersh was all says but
  • 54:24
    I haven't heard him say it but he's been
  • 54:26
    key kicked off one platform after
  • 54:29
    another mm-hmm he can't get printed
  • 54:31
    anywhere from the looks of it what's the
  • 54:33
    Pulitzer screw him does he have a couple
  • 54:36
    even couple Pulitzers he might but he
  • 54:38
    does you know he gets it out of his
  • 54:40
    system by writing books but you know
  • 54:42
    well so this you need to just sell books
  • 54:44
    you need to get on the other venue so
  • 54:46
    you can promote the books this is not a
  • 54:48
    big mailing list which he doesn't have I
  • 54:50
    don't believe this is the frontier of
  • 54:52
    the new intelligence services the new
  • 54:56
    intelligence community it's not going to
  • 54:59
    be mainstream it's well-established they
  • 55:02
    got all their old people in they're
  • 55:03
    looking at you fill mud now and this
  • 55:06
    isn't and this is a clip not about the
  • 55:08
    FBI but the CIA and I can tell you exude
  • 55:12
    the operation Mockingbird I thought it
  • 55:16
    was hilarious to watch Anderson Cooper
  • 55:18
    who was he interviewing about the CIA
  • 55:21
    Sanja Cooper was CIA he probably still
  • 55:25
    lives in that problem he has is the
  • 55:27
    problem they all have which is he has to
  • 55:30
    be circumspect with what he says and so
  • 55:33
    he get you you will get freaked out
  • 55:35
    you've seen this with these other guys
  • 55:36
    too they don't know quite what to say
  • 55:38
    the Cuomo guy that's on CNN had the same
  • 55:41
    promise you
  • 55:43
    look at the WikiLeaks ancillary leaks
  • 55:46
    comm page you have to let us tell you
  • 55:49
    what it says yes this is because you're
  • 55:51
    scared to death that you're gonna make
  • 55:53
    some mistake and you're gonna get pulled
  • 55:56
    in and and perhaps perhaps jailed or
  • 56:00
    shot so if you wanted to reach today's
  • 56:05
    the new the current generation the one
  • 56:07
    that matters let's just say it
  • 56:09
    Millennials but you know 1824 just in
  • 56:11
    that 20s range you really want to reach
  • 56:13
    him you really want to propagandize him
  • 56:15
    even grab a few younger kids along the
  • 56:18
    way what medium do you need to be in
  • 56:20
    with your messaging well you have to be
  • 56:25
    on Instagram you have to be on YouTube
  • 56:29
    no I mean I mean really really I'm
  • 56:31
    talking storylines I'm talking lire
  • 56:33
    foundation type stuff no no they don't
  • 56:39
    watch it alga game oh right at a comic
  • 56:42
    book superhero convention in Washington
  • 56:44
    called awesome con it doesn't matter
  • 56:47
    which way you turn you're certain to see
  • 56:49
    middle-aged men in Batman costumes not
  • 56:53
    exactly the place you'd expect a CIA
  • 56:55
    discussion on recruiting foreign spies
  • 56:57
    and yet so what we came up with is this
  • 57:02
    game CIA staff historian Randy Burkett
  • 57:05
    wearing khakis and a polo shirt with the
  • 57:07
    CIA logo leads the talk he hands out
  • 57:11
    copies of a famous letter Albert
  • 57:13
    Einstein wrote to President Franklin
  • 57:14
    Roosevelt in 1939 warning about German
  • 57:18
    efforts to develop an atomic bomb
  • 57:20
    Einstein was already in the US but in
  • 57:23
    this game the twist is to pretend he's
  • 57:25
    still in Nazi Germany and figure out how
  • 57:28
    to recruit him without getting him
  • 57:30
    arrested or killed it's just one quirky
  • 57:32
    example of the agency's new outreach to
  • 57:35
    a broader base of potential recruits the
  • 57:38
    CIA says it needs a wider range of
  • 57:40
    specialized skills than ever before from
  • 57:43
    linguists to scientists to cyber experts
  • 57:46
    and openly advertises on Twitter and
  • 57:48
    Facebook and it just joined Instagram in
  • 57:51
    a recent speech at Auburn University
  • 57:54
    CIA director Gina Hass
  • 57:56
    noted the change since she applied in
  • 57:58
    the mid-1980s I wrote a letter to the
  • 58:01
    CIA online manual college typewriter and
  • 58:05
    I mailed it to CIA with my resume and I
  • 58:08
    didn't have an address so I just put CIA
  • 58:10
    Washington DC and Here I am in hospitals
  • 58:14
    to public speeches as CIA director have
  • 58:17
    both been at universities with explicit
  • 58:19
    recruiting pitches the CIA doesn't talk
  • 58:22
    numbers though broadly speaking it says
  • 58:25
    applications shot up after the 2001
  • 58:27
    al-qaeda attacks they dipped in more
  • 58:30
    recent years but Haspel says we just had
  • 58:33
    our best recruiting year in a decade and
  • 58:36
    it's not surprising that they're here
  • 58:39
    look at the success of the Avengers the
  • 58:41
    comic books the stories this is where
  • 58:45
    they're focusing this is where they're
  • 58:46
    going to be adapting storylines getting
  • 58:49
    messaging I'm guy God look at Supergirl
  • 58:52
    on the CW it's nothing but global
  • 58:54
    warming the immigration it's all Trump
  • 58:56
    orange man bad this is where it's going
  • 59:00
    and by connection it means we'll have a
  • 59:06
    lot of podcasters who are CIA spooks not
  • 59:10
    us no not us but there's a lot of
  • 59:12
    comic-book podcasters there are the best
  • 59:18
    comic book podcasters who are potential
  • 59:22
    comic-book podcasters I know of are not
  • 59:24
    CIA so not yet not yet I'm not a comic
  • 59:30
    book guy but that I know a lot of people
  • 59:32
    who are and and people I considered to
  • 59:34
    be young adults who like comic books and
  • 59:37
    now you we need to it's less work that's
  • 59:43
    what our CIA needs yeah well we what we
  • 59:46
    need for this show is we need people to
  • 59:48
    keep an eye on it and if you're in the
  • 59:50
    comic books a see if you can get that
  • 59:53
    job at the CIA that would really be cool
  • 59:55
    for the show and B tell us what you're
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    reading if you see if you see anything
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    suspicious Supergirl is I mean it's the
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    television show I have two guys I get an
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    email a week about that show at least
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    you got to see this out look at this
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    outlook with it's all promotion
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    or or manipulation or call it whatever
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    you want
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    well advertising and with that I'd like
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    to thank you for your courage and say in
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    the morning to you the man who put the C
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    on CIA John C well any morning to you
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    mr. Adam Carell so in the morning all
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    ships at sea boots on the ground feeding
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    the air subs in the bar on all the Dames
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    the night Sun and in the morning to the
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    trolls in the troll room who I'm sure
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    some of them at least there while
  • 1:00:41
    they're trolling but you know they read
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    a lot of comic books there no agenda
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    stream comm is where you can always
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    check in listen to any number of shows
  • 1:00:51
    live 24/7 of course we have repeats but
  • 1:00:54
    then you can sit there in the troll room
  • 1:00:55
    and troll along it's a lot of fun and
  • 1:00:57
    sometimes very useful and helpful for
  • 1:00:59
    the show and it's appreciated and in the
  • 1:01:01
    morning to Nick the rat he brought us
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    the artwork for episode 11 37 that was
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    the Mother's Day edition a beautiful
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    happy Mother's Day just the standard old
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    bouquet of flowers with nice happy
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    mother but it's it's so I think we
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    always do this don't we on Mother's Day
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    and that these kinds of occasions
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    nothing to do nutty art wise just basic
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    yeah we don't do nutty stuff for
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    Mother's Day I used I use that because I
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    couldn't resist I used to no avail
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    I used Joshua Pettigrew's what me worry
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    a picture of oh yeah of Buddhas yes
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    looking like Alfred E Newman and I ran
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    this against the Internet's various
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    attempts at this look yeah I mean this
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    is very different he used in origin I
  • 1:01:52
    like to use the Mad Magazine logo for no
  • 1:01:54
    agenda at the top right but this is a
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    superb and we didn't use it for Mother's
  • 1:01:59
    Day obviously because it's got nothing
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    to do with anything and we didn't even
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    discuss it I mean he was guessing but
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    cuz he had to put some effort into this
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    this was a and it was in the newsletter
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    as they as the main logo or top it's the
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    top of the newsletter anyway it was the
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    lead is what you're telling us but I
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    just looked at this I looked as the
  • 1:02:22
    other attempts to do
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    and this is really a fine piece of
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    Photoshop moving and stretching this had
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    to take unless he has a special tool
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    this had to be a pain in the ass to do
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    it's just pretty outstanding I suppose
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    you could stretched take the picture
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    then do a just a resize and stretch it
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    to the left and right and then you could
  • 1:02:44
    fine-tune the idiosyncrasies of it like
  • 1:02:47
    the missing twos and the big ears mm-hmm
  • 1:02:49
    but it's really out this was I just had
  • 1:02:52
    to use this thing before it kind of
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    washed back into the archives it may be
  • 1:02:58
    it may be handy again you know may be
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    handy again it might be you never know
  • 1:03:02
    although I don't do this guys much of a
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    player we appreciate that and I had a
  • 1:03:07
    nice idea for well you kind of came up
  • 1:03:10
    with the idea the 5150 donation and it
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    was the biggest dud for the whole year
  • 1:03:17
    and I'm kicking myself because I didn't
  • 1:03:20
    learn until this morning I got an email
  • 1:03:23
    about this this is episode 1138 1138 is
  • 1:03:28
    no insignificant number for the very
  • 1:03:31
    same people who will become spooks in
  • 1:03:33
    the future the everyone who's Star Wars
  • 1:03:37
    nerd knows about 1138 don't you I'm
  • 1:03:42
    waiting TS thx 1138 that's uh that was a
  • 1:03:50
    George Lucas's first movie and he always
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    I always film that in the in some of the
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    I think the Alameda tunnel or something
  • 1:03:58
    yeah and then so he's always slipping
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    the 1138 into his other movies as an
  • 1:04:03
    Easter Egg I know we missed it we blew
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    it but I don't think that's the reason
  • 1:04:11
    everyone decided not to donate to this
  • 1:04:14
    show and it really is painful we have
  • 1:04:16
    one associate executive producer who
  • 1:04:19
    would be bumped up to executive producer
  • 1:04:22
    as the only person to contribute to this
  • 1:04:25
    segment of the show he'll be the only
  • 1:04:26
    producer sir Johnny the swamp tonight
  • 1:04:28
    yeah came up with 202 dollars I'm sure
  • 1:04:31
    he didn't expect this bonus thank you
  • 1:04:35
    for producing the greatest podcasting
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    universe and
  • 1:04:37
    except this donation to continuing the
  • 1:04:39
    great work at work Luke rookie of media
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    deconstruction have thoroughly enjoyed
  • 1:04:43
    the recent weeks of analysis and wanted
  • 1:04:45
    to send along an anecdote back in 2005 I
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    had freshly moved to the swamp with the
  • 1:04:51
    college acquaintance of mine and we were
  • 1:04:52
    rooming together in a rundown house in
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    Arlington while he was seeking a job on
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    Capitol Hill he was moonlighting as a
  • 1:04:59
    stat as staff at a prominent DC
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    restaurant downtown that was part of an
  • 1:05:04
    upscale hotel one night he came home and
  • 1:05:07
    told me he had an awkward encounter with
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    the senator as part of his duties he
  • 1:05:11
    sometimes delivered orders from the
  • 1:05:13
    restaurant to guests of the hotel
  • 1:05:15
    apparently then-senator Joe Biden had
  • 1:05:18
    ordered room service and answered the
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    door in a very loosely tied robe no I
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    asked if you thought the senator was
  • 1:05:26
    coming on to him but my roommate thought
  • 1:05:29
    Biden was just was just obvious and this
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    was just some poor schlub bringing him
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    some food in the past couple of months I
  • 1:05:36
    have vacated the swamp for the fertile
  • 1:05:38
    lands of Tennessee where my neighborhood
  • 1:05:41
    is thankfully free of amygdala induced
  • 1:05:44
    lewd graffiti such as pants love's penis
  • 1:05:48
    fake Trump heads being impaled on the
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    sword of a statue of Joan of Arc in the
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    park next to my apartment he's got some
  • 1:05:57
    pictures as such being in a new city I
  • 1:06:00
    would request some dating Karma so I can
  • 1:06:02
    finally get one of those smoking-hot
  • 1:06:03
    girlfriends other producers are always
  • 1:06:05
    talking about a detective Dookie jingle
  • 1:06:08
    would also brighten my day considerably
  • 1:06:10
    finally I want to congratulate Adam on
  • 1:06:13
    his impending marriage to the keeper but
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    you have many prosperous years on the
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    Austin frontier cheers sir Johnny the
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    swamp knight in exile so I feel really
  • 1:06:23
    bad I cannot find the detective Dookie
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    pooper troll jingle anymore
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    detective Dookie poop Patrol and then
  • 1:06:33
    it's like smells like poop but I don't
  • 1:06:36
    remember I mean did we title it
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    something odd I've tried Special Victims
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    Unit I've tried San Francisco no
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    now now it's one of our oldest jingles I
  • 1:06:50
    suppose driving me nuts
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    I'm I guarantee I promise I will I will
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    make good on this I have to figure out
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    why I can't find it
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    SPU maybe this SPU I was looking under
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    the wrong it's SP special poopers unit
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    oh I can't even find any other poop
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    jingles now you got something some issue
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    going on there's been going on for a
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    couple of shows uh well it should a
  • 1:07:20
    database is even attached the database
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    is attached
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    I don't know I'm I just cannot for the
  • 1:07:26
    life of me it must be titled something
  • 1:07:28
    different hmm does that it a Dookie or
  • 1:07:34
    poop yeah
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    hey everybody this is a very very
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    popular podcast if you just tuned in we
  • 1:07:41
    are looking for Dookie or poop we are
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    now Dookie would be do Oh kie I presume
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    yes mr. Howard but even let do okay
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    doesn't get me there it's detective
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    detective I've tried that D my Det Det
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    yeah detective just to beginning just a
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    shortened yeah
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    no detective no no it's not notes you
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    know by now I think we've talked about
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    it long enough who would have expected
  • 1:08:14
    someone that's that's all we got for
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    this segment it got lost in them in the
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    move I'm sorry I'll find it I'll find it
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    I promise I'll make good for you I made
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    good
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    you've got karma but of course you know
  • 1:08:37
    sir Johnny the swamp knight did get an
  • 1:08:39
    executive producer ship instead of his
  • 1:08:43
    associate executive producer ship also
  • 1:08:44
    nice but I gotta tell you this was
  • 1:08:47
    disappointing not today's show and there
  • 1:08:50
    are more people to thank but even that
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    list is gonna be pretty pretty short
  • 1:08:54
    very short yeah yeah we I take it
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    personally every time this happens it's
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    like okay I guess people aren't getting
  • 1:09:02
    enough value I'm gonna obsess over this
  • 1:09:04
    and we won't even have another live show
  • 1:09:07
    until next to ruin the wedding
  • 1:09:09
    it's it mind it's it bothers me and now
  • 1:09:12
    I'm like what is it because I'm too busy
  • 1:09:14
    with the wedding I didn't even focused
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    enough I don't immediately blame myself
  • 1:09:19
    for this you know even though we all
  • 1:09:21
    know it's your fault so I fortunate I
  • 1:09:28
    don't have his name I think I did put a
  • 1:09:30
    note in and he's just I can look him up
  • 1:09:33
    because I know he's the guy he's one of
  • 1:09:34
    our producers who writes and from weed I
  • 1:09:38
    don't have his name handy but he sent a
  • 1:09:40
    couple of mugs that say I love weed this
  • 1:09:45
    is California and her needs a couple of
  • 1:09:47
    bumper stickers and and I guess he sent
  • 1:09:49
    two of everything and would I guess one
  • 1:09:51
    was for me and waters for you and I have
  • 1:09:52
    to report unfortunately your mug got
  • 1:09:56
    chipped you're the worst
  • 1:10:01
    then what did this mug look like oh all
  • 1:10:05
    the mug is absolutely a just a gorgeous
  • 1:10:07
    mug
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    I mean it's embossed it's like I don't
  • 1:10:10
    know where they've made these mugs but
  • 1:10:12
    it's like one of the best you know the
  • 1:10:14
    coffee mug one of the best you I don't
  • 1:10:16
    know if you use you know random logoed
  • 1:10:19
    coffee mugs some people refused to use
  • 1:10:21
    them because they're like coat hangers
  • 1:10:23
    and you're Joan Crawford some people
  • 1:10:28
    make a collection of him I have a rant
  • 1:10:31
    my bug collection random his handmade
  • 1:10:34
    ones and once like the weed one and all
  • 1:10:37
    the other ones that come along and I
  • 1:10:39
    somebody make from sales well I sent you
  • 1:10:41
    one from Zazzle I know what you ever did
  • 1:10:42
    with it I know agenda
  • 1:10:46
    and I have that is that yeah I use it
  • 1:10:48
    this it's a huge one yes huge and so I
  • 1:10:53
    don't know if you use that kind of mug
  • 1:10:55
    just generally but I'll make sure we get
  • 1:10:57
    another one or I'll bring in my not just
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    no I'll use the ocean
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    bring me the chipped one it'll be worth
  • 1:11:02
    more that well no because it's got
  • 1:11:04
    chipped in the shipping I'm thinking
  • 1:11:07
    I'll bring him the good mug I was just
  • 1:11:09
    joking about yours got chipped AHA but
  • 1:11:11
    I'll bring you the good mug but then I'm
  • 1:11:12
    fearful is gonna get shipped on the
  • 1:11:14
    shipping down out to chip mugs
  • 1:11:16
    so what I want to do is I want to I just
  • 1:11:18
    give the guy you're addressing a shaky
  • 1:11:20
    ship you a mug door so somehow I was
  • 1:11:24
    already disappointed in the donations
  • 1:11:25
    now I'm disappointed in so much more
  • 1:11:27
    after the formula is this we go out
  • 1:11:41
    we're here people in the mouth
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    [Applause]
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    [Music]
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    ya know what it is but this is a
  • 1:12:03
    historic low in over a year at least yo
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    it is terrible and the thing is I
  • 1:12:10
    couldn't blame it on a news letter not
  • 1:12:11
    getting through because I it parently
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    got through more than usual I mean I
  • 1:12:16
    have my four or five monitors out there
  • 1:12:18
    keep sending me these notes mm-hmm and
  • 1:12:20
    it all went to primary I don't think one
  • 1:12:22
    person unless you didn't get the
  • 1:12:24
    newsletter at all which is possible
  • 1:12:26
    because that seems to be happening more
  • 1:12:28
    than it should which I wonder about why
  • 1:12:30
    that happened and I also got one guest
  • 1:12:32
    at me a you got a note from his provider
  • 1:12:35
    saying that this wobbling Hills not
  • 1:12:38
    verified no I was fluke well you know
  • 1:12:43
    we're gonna start running into other
  • 1:12:44
    problems I don't want to get too
  • 1:12:45
    technical but Gmail definitely if you
  • 1:12:49
    have if you're sending from an email
  • 1:12:50
    server that doesn't do TLS encryption
  • 1:12:53
    Google is now going to let you know hey
  • 1:12:56
    this person didn't send it to your right
  • 1:12:58
    and then eventually of course they'll
  • 1:13:00
    just thought they'll start blocking it
  • 1:13:02
    you know unless unless you use an
  • 1:13:04
    encryption which you should have I'll be
  • 1:13:07
    the first to admit but they're kind of
  • 1:13:08
    strong-arming this I don't like that
  • 1:13:10
    very much now is the Google police yeah
  • 1:13:14
    Google does it well it's very nice look
  • 1:13:18
    it's our email system you'll be
  • 1:13:20
    volunteer to use it you've signed off on
  • 1:13:23
    it yep so you just use it and shut up
  • 1:13:26
    that's the voice that's exactly the way
  • 1:13:28
    the voice sounds that is Google okay now
  • 1:13:31
    I wanted to just mention Iran which you
  • 1:13:33
    took us right into ray mcgovern when I
  • 1:13:35
    said Iran the last time but I'm
  • 1:13:38
    concerned about what is happening and
  • 1:13:40
    I'm and I'm not just concerned I'm
  • 1:13:41
    confused
  • 1:13:42
    to some degree well we I want to mention
  • 1:13:46
    before you get into this and I do have
  • 1:13:47
    one clip we got a note from a guy one of
  • 1:13:50
    our producers who's a military guy I
  • 1:13:52
    think we got to cover a couple of these
  • 1:13:54
    in saying that these are not big deals
  • 1:13:55
    they have the flotilla a strike group
  • 1:14:00
    sitting there where it is off the coast
  • 1:14:03
    of Iran it's not it's the Khan common
  • 1:14:06
    it's not a nut yes get worked up unless
  • 1:14:09
    they start steaming towards the Straits
  • 1:14:12
    of Hormuz
  • 1:14:12
    then I would be getting a little more
  • 1:14:14
    worked up about it but I think they are
  • 1:14:18
    I'm sorry he says this then then they