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1147: OTARD

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 53m
June 16th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Sir Dave Viscount of America's Heartland and Saudi Arabia, Sir Endipity, Sir Colin the Friendly Fat Man

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Cover Art by Cesium137

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Chapters

0:00
Start of Show
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0:35
Target Register Outage Caused by Glitch
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5:15
AC's Travel Update
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26:40
BBC: 'Amazon Executive Werner Vogels On the Ethics of Facial Recognition'
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30:56
NPR's All Things Considered: 'Congress Raises Questions On How Deep Fake Technologies Could Affect 2020 Campaign'
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39:38
NPR's All Things Considered: 'Democratic Senator Mark Warner Discusses Election Laws And Interference'
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42:40
Senate Bill 1247: Duty To Report Act
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51:02
Impeachment
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55:04
OJ Simpson Creates Twitter Account
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58:08
Toronto Raptors Beat Golden State Warriors in NBA Finals 2019
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1:00:07
BBC Host Andrew Neil on Podcasts
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1:01:22
Credits
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1:26:56
Steve Pieczenik: 'OPUS 159 CIA & North Korea'
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1:33:23
US Accuses Iran of Tankers Attacks In the Gulf of Oman
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1:48:51
Chris Hedges on RT on Implications of Julian Assange's Trail
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1:57:49
Iran
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2:01:17
Donations
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2:14:49
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:15:59
Meetups
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2:17:15
PCMag: 'The Best Podcasts for 2019'
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2:22:15
Dams Are Not Considered a Source of Renewable Energy in California
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2:24:03
Justin Trudeau Cuts Back on Plastic Usage With Paper Drink Box Water Bottle Sort of Things
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2:25:50
FCC Proposes to Expand The Over-the-Air Reception Devices Rule to Include Wireless Hubs
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2:32:21
US Office of Special Counsel Announces Kellyanne Conway Should Be Removed From Federal Office for Violating the Hatch Act
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2:40:13
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Quits as the White House Press Secretary at the End of the Month
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2:41:29
Trump Answers Question About UFOs
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2:42:53
Heat Wave in India
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2:43:53
Hong Kong's Controversial China Extradition Bill Put On Hold Indefinitely
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2:47:22
End of Show
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  • 0:01
    Adam curry is no agenda item curry from
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    northern Silicon Valley where I'm still
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    waiting in line and targets from Jessie
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    forever
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    boom Shakalaka hey Jon glitch how Donny
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    don't even start with that I do you know
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    how many people will email me and tweet
  • 0:44
    me when something like that have the
  • 0:50
    clip here trouble at Target today
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    registers at stores worldwide were down
  • 0:55
    due to a technical glitch
  • 0:57
    the glitch prevented cashiers from
  • 0:58
    scanning merchandise causing massive
  • 1:00
    lines and it stores worldwide
  • 1:02
    frustrating shoppers the company closed
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    some stores rather than risk further
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    aggravating people target says the
  • 1:09
    outage lasted about two hours and blamed
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    the problem on a quote internal
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    technology issue we were just shopping
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    around and there was an overhead
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    and all the systems were down in target
  • 1:19
    and we're gonna nobody can buy anything
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    so they're gonna close the store target
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    says the glitch was not a data breach
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    and information was compromised
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    it was a double glitch not just one
  • 1:30
    glitch at the beginning with two
  • 1:31
    glitches in the report completely
  • 1:33
    unacceptable reporting we'll just second
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    there professor we we fixed the glitch
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    is so lame AP Associated Press lead lead
  • 1:43
    led off their reporting of this with a
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    glitch that's the first two words in
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    their reporting I'd like to know what
  • 1:51
    actually happened target has had a lot
  • 1:53
    of issues with their systems got a huge
  • 1:55
    IT problem and it doesn't make sense
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    that the whole system would go down
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    doesn't have like local backups or any
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    way of doing anything I got a crazy I
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    can make sense to you crazy idea could
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    anyone pay with cash yeah I get I don't
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    think so I don't think they were you did
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    hey don't you have a little Bureau you'd
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    write it up I don't think so I don't
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    think so no I don't think so calculator
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    people has no idea higher world target
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    is closed just on a bankers holiday kind
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    of thing it is people have you know it's
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    cute now and it's still cute when you
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    call it a glitch and oh well we didn't
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    know what to do we were just wandering
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    around for two hours we couldn't buy
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    anything wait until something really
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    good happens and then people will be
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    like whoa what is this is the word
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    glitch lean mumbled or something more we
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    should look at interesting jeopardy
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    episode the other day the category for
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    final today is word history players
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    here's your clue this word for a bug or
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    malfunction was popularized in the 1962
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    book into orbit by the mercury
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    astronauts 30 seconds good luck oh my
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    goodness what could it mean
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    we think for a second a bug mercury I
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    don't know Jim you're smiling why is
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    that you couldn't come up with anything
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    so what did you write down what is fubar
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    4200 that drops you down to 6600 let's
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    go to the middle now Adrian Griffin
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    she had 12,000 700 her response was the
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    correct one what is a glitch John Glenn
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    came up with that word and you almost
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    double your score Oh wonderful John
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    Glenn yes he's the play he's to blame I
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    didn't realize that I don't wonder if
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    it's true
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    oh you questioned the Jeopardy yes I do
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    at this point
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    oh my goodness I don't watch the way
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    they phrased that that the way they
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    phrased that answer our question you
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    have to ask it as a crowd ever
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    yeah maybe fine but I'm not sure that
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    the genesis of the word glitch comes
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    from somebody just making it up out of
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    the blue that's I don't know I dig in
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    but regardless regardless when it comes
  • 4:28
    to reporting to news this is just not in
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    today's world this is no longer
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    acceptable as news reporting you need to
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    give they could have at least said it
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    was the point-of-sale system it was they
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    could have given us some information
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    it's just a glitch and then uh whatever
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    and these glitches they're going to ruin
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    your lunches we've got too many glitches
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    yeah
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    and this situation with target and the
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    whole worldwide goes down yeah this do
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    we have any IT guys I think we have a
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    few guys named dudes named Ben yeah
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    someone's guy can maybe help us out here
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    somebody's gotta have some ideas
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    somebody has to actually somebody in our
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    audience knows what happened yes and and
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    they should be telling us they should be
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    sharing that information with us well
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    I've had a lot of glitches in the past
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    48 hours mm-hmm as we were about two
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    hours from Belfast two hours north north
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    north Northern Ireland at a wedding
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    destiny
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    in the belle-isle castle where we were a
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    guests and it was the castle that was
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    having the wedding yes the castle er was
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    having the way were moving into the
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    castle no it was the castle that had the
  • 5:43
    wedding oh and I and we were supposed to
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    be there for me to do the show today and
  • 5:47
    it would have been really cool and of
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    course they you know I did some scouting
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    ahead and made sure I got multiple
  • 5:56
    confirmations the Wi-Fi is outstanding
  • 5:59
    and indeed the Wi-Fi was outstanding the
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    problem was the connection to the
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    internet from the Wi-Fi was just you
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    know in like in no-go zones they have
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    just no there's no wired Internet they
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    literally had an antenna on the roof
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    getting the wife or their internet
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    signal I think it might have been you
  • 6:23
    know like some WiMAX type you finish LED
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    a little bit mislead the wife any good
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    yeah if the wife that doesn't we're not
  • 6:33
    talking about the signal strength of the
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    actual Wi-Fi we're talking about its
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    connectivity to the Internet and that's
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    the whole well well but it is an a
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    misnomer because you know as I'm
  • 6:45
    troubleshooting this then you know Tina
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    would look at her heard her stop she
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    said well I got full I got full signal
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    here and of course you know the Wi-Fi
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    was outstanding they had a great Wi-Fi
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    system with repeaters everywhere you
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    could walk all over the ground you had
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    Wi-Fi it just it wouldn't it would drop
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    the connection to the internet so we
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    decided instead of staying the extra day
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    we got a crack of dawn and drove to
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    Belfast and and kind of just got the
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    first hotel that I knew would because
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    it's a business center business area and
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    it's the Titanic hotel in Belfast which
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    is where the Titanic was built okay yeah
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    it's this is the where the white star
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    shipping line and also of course the was
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    it the Olympia what was the the ship
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    that was act that actually sank you know
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    Lou the old switcharoo
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    mostly with the Olympia the Olympia was
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    the hospital ship the carbon copy of the
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    yeah the carbon copy the one that was
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    supposed to sing or whatever it was I
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    dive I forget I forget the complete
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    conspiracy I've never heard just dis oh
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    you've never heard this
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    oh no well it's even better because this
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    hotel is very modern and there's an expo
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    center as a whole business center they
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    still build something here with ships
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    but what is is the the pure attraction
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    is the Titanic studios that are located
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    right here and do you know what they
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    shoot in the Titanic Studios movies Game
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    of Thrones oh okay oh my goodness
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    there's Game of Thrones
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    you know tours and then look at this go
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    check that out it's only a hundred and
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    forty pounds what so needless to say we
  • 8:43
    are not going to check out the the Game
  • 8:46
    of Thrones Expo but the wife at the
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    Wi-Fi is great and it connects to the
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    internet so I'm very very happy very
  • 8:52
    happy sounds good yes and anyway we did
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    have a wonderful time with it was great
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    up in the island it was nice to be in
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    the fresh air I do you have to say a
  • 9:05
    couple things about leaving London
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    before we before we left
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    what was that Monday know what they are
  • 9:15
    we now know Friday God wouldn't we'd add
  • 9:18
    the show Thursday Friday before we left
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    we did a little walk around we had some
  • 9:23
    time to basically to walk towards it in
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    your past Hyde Park up to Buckingham
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    Palace and I was very excited to show
  • 9:29
    Tina something that I recalls seeing
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    when I was 15 years old when I went to
  • 9:34
    London for the first time with my dad
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    and that was speaker's corner
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    okay speakers corner is empty yeah
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    there's no one there no one speaks
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    anymore on speakers couriers what it's
  • 9:48
    like it's legendary isn't there supposed
  • 9:50
    to be this so speakers corner is the one
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    who's not even the soapbox it used to be
  • 9:54
    there know that now it's kind of a
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    monument and and it explains that in
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    1100 something rather they used to do
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    public hangings there which just a small
  • 10:04
    step from a public hanging to free
  • 10:05
    speech it's about the same and this
  • 10:08
    became the place where you could
  • 10:10
    exercise free speech and I think it's
  • 10:13
    still the only place in the UK where you
  • 10:16
    actually can exercise 100% free speech
  • 10:18
    because they don't have a constitution
  • 10:20
    where this is protected as far as I know
  • 10:24
    they have Magna Carta it's not
  • 10:28
    explicitly spelled out that the
  • 10:30
    government cannot make any rules against
  • 10:32
    the freedom of speech or freedom of the
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    press which is what we have in the
  • 10:37
    United States so yeah and then people
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    just giving up they don't even go there
  • 10:42
    anymore some people show up for their
  • 10:50
    well and it was disappointing what was
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    fantastic is we took a cab back from the
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    London Eye to go get our suitcases and
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    didn't go into London I did yeah we sure
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    did an hour
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    put him in an hour isn't an hour to go
  • 11:09
    around that thing no it's like 20
  • 11:11
    minutes 25 minutes no it's a nice photo
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    op you know Tina's never been to London
  • 11:17
    so it was perfect view of the city
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    although though there's new buildings
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    like the shard which is that this is the
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    tall building that looks like glass
  • 11:28
    shards that's now obfuscating the the
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    Gherkin called the gherkin yeah the
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    gherkin was behind is behind it you
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    can't see the gherkin is a shame this
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    should have blocked the building of the
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    new building so we went so we took a cab
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    back and of course I'm not gonna take
  • 11:44
    any Ebers while I'm in London you take a
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    proper British cab and if you've never
  • 11:49
    in a British cab it it's a it's an
  • 11:52
    interesting experience because the the
  • 11:53
    cabbie sits up front here obviously he's
  • 11:56
    kind of isolated but he has an intercom
  • 11:59
    system and there's lights everywhere it
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    says oh and this red light is on then
  • 12:02
    the cabbie can hear you and then he can
  • 12:04
    speak back to you and it had the windows
  • 12:08
    were open and the most difficult hearing
  • 12:10
    him because it's just so it's like a it
  • 12:14
    kind of mean her but there was a Telugu
  • 12:16
    yang but there was a telecoil logo in
  • 12:19
    the cab and I've never used this so I
  • 12:21
    switched my hearing aids to telecoil
  • 12:24
    which is this induction based system
  • 12:27
    where just a wire in the cab will beam
  • 12:31
    the audio into the hearing aids and it
  • 12:33
    worked really well it was it was like
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    magical it's like oh all of a sudden the
  • 12:38
    guys broadcasting right into my head ah
  • 12:42
    yes really and now it's like movie
  • 12:45
    theatres I'm I'm switching that minute
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    an elevator
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    Oh telecoil let me turn it off I've
  • 12:51
    never heard of this oh well well you've
  • 12:54
    you've seen the logos you'll see them on
  • 12:55
    ATM zero attention obviously yeah it's
  • 12:59
    it's a it's a loop system an induction
  • 13:03
    loop not everybody knows how it works
  • 13:07
    I'm kind of surprised that these exist
  • 13:10
    well they exist everywhere now now now
  • 13:13
    that I've noticed one like oh this stuff
  • 13:15
    is showing up everywhere yeah but it
  • 13:18
    works really well which was the
  • 13:20
    surprising part like this'll never work
  • 13:22
    but yeah sure sure enough and that you
  • 13:24
    if you moved your head a little forward
  • 13:26
    then it would fade out and you have to
  • 13:28
    kind of be in the right spot but it
  • 13:29
    worked
  • 13:30
    it was nice which was a good feeling for
  • 13:33
    what came next which was the Gitmo
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    nation trip through easyJet's
  • 13:39
    bag drop and boarding system holy crap
  • 13:44
    it's gotten really bad I shall explain
  • 13:47
    now easyJet is is I love easyJet I've
  • 13:51
    always liked it I've always liked their
  • 13:52
    their their prices I like I don't
  • 13:54
    Stavros where the guy's name is if he'd
  • 13:56
    the Greek guy if he still owns it runs
  • 13:58
    it whatever but I've always liked their
  • 13:59
    vibe kind of like Southwest which I also
  • 14:02
    like although you can reserve
  • 14:03
    your your seats but you can no longer
  • 14:07
    check in at the airport you have to
  • 14:10
    check in online which is for me was
  • 14:11
    problem number one because the way they
  • 14:14
    asked you to do this is to download
  • 14:16
    their app on your smartphone well I
  • 14:19
    don't have an app and I don't have a
  • 14:20
    smartphone so the next thing you can do
  • 14:24
    is you can print it out and take it with
  • 14:26
    you which in a hotel involves cuz the
  • 14:30
    hotels don't seem to have printers
  • 14:32
    anymore or business centers you have to
  • 14:34
    email it to the front desk notice - why
  • 14:37
    is this this is some this isn't not a
  • 14:39
    good development in my opinion I don't
  • 14:42
    know why I mean maybe people have been
  • 14:44
    abusing it or they've been wrecking the
  • 14:47
    good or I'm kind of baffled by it myself
  • 14:51
    and that got me some hotels obviously
  • 14:53
    still do I'm not everybody's bailout but
  • 14:55
    I think people just haven't have like oh
  • 14:56
    there's a computer over there and then
  • 14:58
    you go over there doesn't work and right
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    I think that people don't have
  • 15:02
    requirement for printing anything
  • 15:03
    anymore
  • 15:04
    everything's digital just wait until the
  • 15:06
    glitches start to happen people all
  • 15:08
    right there yet this is a good point
  • 15:11
    paperless notice before you know people
  • 15:15
    flashing their phones they put the Lord
  • 15:17
    boarding pass on their phone and they go
  • 15:19
    underneath the light and it seems to
  • 15:21
    work a lot and then it doesn't work for
  • 15:23
    some people and I find it to be risky
  • 15:26
    well personally well so here's the
  • 15:29
    process so had it printed out and by the
  • 15:33
    way you know Tina has has a her iPhone
  • 15:35
    with her which she needs for work
  • 15:38
    purposes but she refuses to download any
  • 15:41
    app from some some'd outfit and put the
  • 15:44
    easyJet app on your phone the apps at
  • 15:46
    the is where all the spying takes place
  • 15:48
    so it print out the the boarding passes
  • 15:51
    and then we go to EZ Jenny easyJet
  • 15:53
    has a new system where you drop your bag
  • 15:56
    but you can't just drop your bag oh no
  • 15:59
    you need to put your passport in first
  • 16:02
    so it can scan your passport then you
  • 16:05
    put the bags on then it says look here
  • 16:08
    scans your face so now he's made the
  • 16:12
    connection between your passport
  • 16:13
    official document photo and your face
  • 16:16
    so thank you very much now you're in the
  • 16:19
    system and then you go to the boarding
  • 16:24
    gates yeah you go through the security
  • 16:28
    which I have to say security was
  • 16:30
    reasonably easy or at least pleasant
  • 16:32
    they had to open up all my bags as usual
  • 16:35
    because now hey looks like that guy's
  • 16:37
    got a vibrator in there let's get it
  • 16:40
    embarrassing it's always the microphone
  • 16:42
    and then you go to your gate there's no
  • 16:49
    more gate check-in there's no person you
  • 16:53
    go through another scanner where you
  • 16:56
    scan your boarding card your boarding
  • 16:57
    pass or am i printed boarding pass in
  • 16:59
    this case and again it has to identify
  • 17:03
    that you're the one and it takes another
  • 17:06
    picture of you fed another facial
  • 17:08
    recognition shot and then you just walk
  • 17:10
    onto the plane so now my face my you
  • 17:14
    know connected to my passport is in the
  • 17:17
    system and no one asked me that there's
  • 17:21
    no disclaimer there's no hey just you
  • 17:23
    just so you know here's we're gonna use
  • 17:24
    terms and conditions none of that
  • 17:27
    did you think of making a goofy face
  • 17:30
    yeah and you know at first I have my
  • 17:32
    glasses on and then it wouldn't do
  • 17:34
    anything I just sat there and this kid
  • 17:36
    the way the camera works it's on a it's
  • 17:38
    like on a pole and it will automatically
  • 17:40
    slide up to your eye height and it's an
  • 17:43
    it flashes like look here look here
  • 17:45
    slave look here and then it says look
  • 17:47
    again keep looking and nothing's
  • 17:49
    happening in the and some you know
  • 17:50
    someone apparently at minding the
  • 17:53
    processes take off your glasses you take
  • 17:56
    your glasses off and then then it
  • 17:59
    finally figured out who I was now if you
  • 18:00
    can make it you can make all the stupid
  • 18:02
    faces you want but it won't connect you
  • 18:04
    to what it has in its system which is
  • 18:07
    based on your passport photo
  • 18:11
    well this is a lousy system I've gone
  • 18:15
    through these systems and I if you're
  • 18:16
    wearing glasses it shouldn't make a
  • 18:18
    difference no it doesn't work at all
  • 18:21
    that's that's a cheap-ass system they're
  • 18:25
    using so I look this up and this is from
  • 18:30
    the UK gov this implementation you see
  • 18:38
    here's a Gatwick Airport and easyJet
  • 18:40
    this is from Mays was a year ago
  • 18:42
    launched biometric technology trial and
  • 18:47
    Gatwick Airport has launched an
  • 18:48
    end-to-end biometrics trial where
  • 18:50
    personal data collected at the airport
  • 18:52
    self-service bag drops will be
  • 18:54
    recognized by new automated self
  • 18:56
    boarding gates the technology aims to
  • 18:59
    simplify and speed up the process for
  • 19:01
    passengers and reduce the risk of human
  • 19:03
    error and again there's no real you know
  • 19:07
    where's my where's my general data
  • 19:09
    protection rules you know where do I get
  • 19:11
    to opt in where do I get to say I agree
  • 19:13
    to this egregious egregious process yeah
  • 19:18
    and so if this is now how they are going
  • 19:21
    to help you travel help you travel wait
  • 19:27
    for the glitch bitch
  • 19:28
    yeah the wait for the glitch bitch all
  • 19:30
    of targetdown world was gonna screw up
  • 19:33
    your travel like no one else's business
  • 19:35
    it won't take much especially with a
  • 19:39
    using your little camera at the end
  • 19:41
    before the gate yeah so you put your
  • 19:43
    stand in there this is camera the first
  • 19:46
    you you're in the queue there's a queue
  • 19:49
    queue but the camera person goes and
  • 19:53
    looks it and then they go in no you walk
  • 19:54
    no you walk nothing no no no you walk up
  • 19:56
    to the this like a gate you know like
  • 20:00
    you know like a sheep before you get the
  • 20:02
    the probe in your neck to electrodes you
  • 20:04
    hear the slaughter gate yes then first
  • 20:07
    you have to put your boarding pass or
  • 20:09
    your phone I guess but I had the printed
  • 20:11
    boarding pass on the scanner and then it
  • 20:14
    goes okay this is who this has to be and
  • 20:16
    then the camera directs you to look at
  • 20:19
    it and then it makes the connection that
  • 20:21
    you were the guy who dropped the bag off
  • 20:24
    under this
  • 20:25
    boarding pass and you are the guy who
  • 20:28
    dropped the bag off who is this person
  • 20:30
    on your passport which is and then what
  • 20:34
    and then it opens and then you can get
  • 20:37
    on oh this is something that opens oh
  • 20:39
    yeah it's just like they just can't you
  • 20:41
    barely you know you know the tube where
  • 20:44
    you get off the tube this is another
  • 20:45
    thing people may not know if you travel
  • 20:47
    by train in the United Kingdom and you
  • 20:50
    buy your ticket don't discard the ticket
  • 20:53
    after it's been checked on the train and
  • 20:55
    this is a mistake this is a travel tip
  • 20:57
    people do this often because in hemos
  • 21:00
    normal countries right yeah okay I'm
  • 21:03
    done I got a checked and he just thought
  • 21:05
    you forget about it you cannot get out
  • 21:07
    of the train station there's turnstiles
  • 21:09
    that will prohibit you from leaving
  • 21:11
    unless you insert your ticket which you
  • 21:14
    just use for your trip then it will let
  • 21:16
    you out yes like Bart does Bart have
  • 21:22
    that okay you know you have to you have
  • 21:24
    it yeah you could check in with the
  • 21:26
    thing and then you check out with the
  • 21:27
    thing right and and I understand when
  • 21:30
    people are checking in checking out with
  • 21:32
    their with a past like an easy you know
  • 21:34
    Rail Pass that is a touch to identify
  • 21:38
    this is a paper a paper ticket yeah it's
  • 21:40
    the same with the original Bart mm-hmm a
  • 21:42
    little paper thing you go in so the same
  • 21:45
    the same type of slaughter gate is what
  • 21:48
    you have to go to the airplane it will
  • 21:49
    not open until it's approved you until
  • 21:52
    it's approved yo it just really irked me
  • 21:56
    frankly piss me off did not like this at
  • 21:59
    all well it's not gonna get any better
  • 22:03
    so you're gonna you just get more and
  • 22:04
    more oKed
  • 22:05
    yes well I just find that and I'm sure
  • 22:09
    that you know this is what the TSA is
  • 22:11
    talking about but it's the airline
  • 22:12
    that's doing this that's the part this
  • 22:15
    is a commercial company who now has all
  • 22:17
    my biometrics or certainly some
  • 22:20
    biometrics yeah what I don't like it and
  • 22:24
    no where do I see and you know don't
  • 22:27
    worry we'll take care of it
  • 22:28
    could they could get hacked to hack my
  • 22:29
    face
  • 22:32
    well let's see you could next step of
  • 22:36
    course would be if you have to put your
  • 22:37
    palm down and scan your hand mm-hmm oh
  • 22:39
    yeah well in addition to your 4/4 before
  • 22:42
    we get to the actual impact your face
  • 22:43
    before we get to the before we get to
  • 22:45
    the chip implant we have to do the palm
  • 22:48
    yeah that's the next good hack you're
  • 22:51
    facing to be some phony baloney out
  • 22:54
    there this remote you know somehow the I
  • 22:58
    think you could pry it seems to me there
  • 23:00
    there are a finite number of points that
  • 23:03
    are checked on the face when they do the
  • 23:06
    face of facial recognition software and
  • 23:09
    there's probably a way of gobbing
  • 23:13
    somebody up with with paint and pieces
  • 23:17
    of clay and whatever they get the exact
  • 23:19
    same number well don't you think no no
  • 23:23
    no no I think I think facial recognition
  • 23:25
    is pretty advanced and I think that I
  • 23:27
    think these guys have got it down and
  • 23:29
    that you could Jack it yeah well how
  • 23:32
    long is it gonna last is John I'm giving
  • 23:34
    that up here's my point in the past week
  • 23:37
    we've heard about multiple Airlines
  • 23:41
    grounding their flights because their
  • 23:43
    that transponder systems were not
  • 23:46
    working they could not acquire a GPS
  • 23:48
    signal what had happened is aircraft
  • 23:51
    outfitted with Collins ad SB navigation
  • 23:56
    and transponder equipment received an
  • 23:58
    over-the-air update which bricked there
  • 24:02
    within brick it but it broke their
  • 24:04
    system yeah so so that's just one
  • 24:07
    example of a glitch reported as such a
  • 24:10
    glitch that that ruined people's air
  • 24:13
    travel then you have target target
  • 24:17
    glitch ruined your purchasing process
  • 24:19
    just wait until something happens to the
  • 24:22
    facial recognition database at your
  • 24:24
    favorite airline these things will stack
  • 24:26
    up it's going to be like dominos I can't
  • 24:29
    understand why people don't see that
  • 24:31
    this is just prone for badness
  • 24:33
    bad bad bad experience it doesn't take a
  • 24:37
    genius to figure that out but but I
  • 24:39
    think the big lich the major glitch the
  • 24:41
    whopper mm-hmm is going to supersede
  • 24:44
    everything you
  • 24:45
    Edie and that is the automated update of
  • 24:48
    Windows Windows that brings down
  • 24:52
    everything that's the motherlode that's
  • 24:54
    the one we've been waiting for of course
  • 24:56
    it's gonna happen yeah oh yeah of course
  • 24:59
    it will I remember when this began just
  • 25:02
    as a little story here all right
  • 25:03
    this was during the era of MS and when
  • 25:07
    Microsoft decided to compete with AOL
  • 25:10
    and they came with their product MSN was
  • 25:12
    very slowly deteriorated into all sorts
  • 25:14
    of things that wasn't supposed to be
  • 25:16
    it's supposed to be an AOL clone mm-hm
  • 25:18
    but it was poorly done and poorly
  • 25:20
    implemented and nobody not well thought
  • 25:21
    out it was dumb in every way but
  • 25:25
    Microsoft was hoping to they were they
  • 25:28
    kept watching how a o L did these
  • 25:30
    automatic updates mm-hmm cuz AOL would
  • 25:33
    do that they were just all of a sudden
  • 25:35
    they just update and they would you'd
  • 25:37
    had no control over this you couldn't
  • 25:38
    stop it you couldn't wait you can see
  • 25:40
    I'll do it tomorrow you couldn't do it
  • 25:41
    right right right
  • 25:42
    oh yeah I remember that yeah it would
  • 25:45
    take hours sometimes especially if you
  • 25:48
    hadn't logged on in a while yeah looked
  • 25:51
    at this and said you know our life would
  • 25:53
    be so much easier when it's support if
  • 25:56
    we everybody was on the exact same
  • 25:58
    version so if we could do what a AOL
  • 26:01
    does and they were always jealous of AOL
  • 26:03
    and they've been trying to get to that
  • 26:05
    point where they could do a dish giant
  • 26:07
    and they just thought it was a means to
  • 26:10
    an end
  • 26:11
    right to do these automatic updates and
  • 26:13
    they do them kind of now but they kind
  • 26:15
    of spread them out a little bit and they
  • 26:17
    used to be patched Tuesday which is now
  • 26:19
    you've devolved into whatever the hell
  • 26:21
    it is I don't even know what they're
  • 26:23
    doing but they want to do this so one of
  • 26:26
    these days it's gonna happen they're
  • 26:27
    gonna do a they're gonna have the
  • 26:29
    be-all-end-all
  • 26:30
    microsoft patch mm-hmm and it's gonna
  • 26:33
    bring your voice to sound pretty country
  • 26:34
    people yeah the world country the world
  • 26:36
    world the world the entire world will go
  • 26:38
    down just along these lines that happen
  • 26:43
    to have two clips from Amazon the first
  • 26:46
    is with there's chief technology officer
  • 26:48
    who I know very nerf ojos because he's a
  • 26:51
    Dutch guy he's a really nice guy but
  • 26:53
    here he is defending facial recognition
  • 26:56
    their technology which as we know he
  • 26:58
    is being used quite extensively in many
  • 27:02
    of their products there what's there
  • 27:04
    there Alexa video thing and of course
  • 27:07
    the ring doorbell and but it's great I
  • 27:10
    don't think we're pushing it I think
  • 27:11
    we're building it we have built a really
  • 27:13
    great product and I like the guy it's so
  • 27:16
    hard for me not to make through nerve or
  • 27:17
    how he's speaking because it's just
  • 27:18
    freakin funny how he does that but
  • 27:20
    anyway let's go on I don't think we're
  • 27:22
    pushing it I think we're building it we
  • 27:24
    have built a really great product and
  • 27:26
    it's good for our customers to start
  • 27:27
    designs whether they want to use the
  • 27:29
    product or not they all of this comes
  • 27:31
    down to how to fine-tune the mobile yeah
  • 27:34
    and if customers are actually having a
  • 27:36
    particular data set and really tuned the
  • 27:39
    model really well you can work with us I
  • 27:41
    think some would look at the tuning of
  • 27:43
    the technology as a part of the process
  • 27:45
    that right now is hurting certain
  • 27:49
    people's in individual rights if police
  • 27:52
    forces are using your technology and
  • 27:54
    it's not fully ready as you yourself
  • 27:56
    just saw stride is the tuning the
  • 27:59
    technology worth it if that's what it
  • 28:01
    means to people with real people in the
  • 28:02
    world that's not my decision to make
  • 28:05
    somebody might think it would be a
  • 28:07
    Muslim no no I think you know we have
  • 28:09
    cops I mean let's say your storage
  • 28:12
    engine can be used by a bay for very
  • 28:15
    good use can be used by that says bad
  • 28:19
    actors it equally doesn't mean we should
  • 28:21
    not be offering storage technology now I
  • 28:24
    mean the fact that this technology has
  • 28:26
    been used for goods in many places it's
  • 28:28
    in society's direction to actually
  • 28:32
    decide which technology is applicable
  • 28:34
    under which conditions yeah it's a
  • 28:38
    societal this discourse and decision and
  • 28:41
    policymaking that needs to happen there
  • 28:43
    to decide where I can apply which
  • 28:46
    technologies if I think about the
  • 28:49
    simplest answer is if you look at steel
  • 28:52
    where your massive steel mills they
  • 28:55
    built incubators very very young born
  • 28:57
    babies get keep being healthy and we
  • 29:00
    also make guns we still a society to be
  • 29:03
    decides well it's acceptable use and
  • 29:06
    what is not and that's pretty much the
  • 29:09
    responsibility that Silicon Valley takes
  • 29:11
    over
  • 29:12
    they create a society's problem not ours
  • 29:14
    we make steel we just make steel you
  • 29:16
    make a gun out of it whenever you want
  • 29:18
    incubator if and reprehensible it is
  • 29:22
    very cavalier that is absolutely true
  • 29:24
    that's cavalier though it's cavalier of
  • 29:26
    course it is
  • 29:27
    it's cavalier when you're making money
  • 29:29
    hand over fist yeah right be cavalier
  • 29:32
    and that's what you do speaking of your
  • 29:34
    your architecture that couldn't survive
  • 29:36
    a glitch holy crap
  • 29:38
    famous on web services goes down you
  • 29:41
    kiss a lot goodbye quite a lot I believe
  • 29:45
    that I believe I don't know I believe
  • 29:50
    you should say I do believe that the
  • 29:58
    Amazon is architected with a lot of
  • 30:02
    redundancy that make it almost
  • 30:04
    impossible for the whole thing to go
  • 30:06
    down sure it caused this kind of problem
  • 30:09
    which is different than Microsoft
  • 30:12
    breaking all the windows machines out in
  • 30:15
    the world because nobody there's no I
  • 30:17
    don't have a redundant way I have a
  • 30:18
    couple Windows machines mhm and I could
  • 30:21
    easily take I could like get one bricked
  • 30:24
    and then take the other ones offline if
  • 30:26
    I painted the realization what was going
  • 30:28
    on which I probably wouldn't
  • 30:30
    I'd be dicking around trying to fix it
  • 30:33
    and I could use the machines that while
  • 30:35
    they were not hooked to the internet but
  • 30:39
    I don't see anyway there's no redundancy
  • 30:41
    the way that a big central system would
  • 30:44
    have or should have and I'm sure has
  • 30:46
    some that I'm less concerned about AWS
  • 30:51
    than I am about these Windows updates
  • 30:53
    well well well and I believe I do
  • 30:58
    believe I do believe that govern
  • 31:01
    governments should be very involved with
  • 31:04
    this technology and looking very closely
  • 31:07
    at how it's being used and what the
  • 31:09
    implications are and perhaps perhaps
  • 31:11
    there's some things that should be
  • 31:13
    legislated I definitely am concerned
  • 31:15
    about data theft theft of my face face
  • 31:18
    theft
  • 31:20
    you know someone hacked this could just
  • 31:23
    steal my face and then use that
  • 31:25
    everywhere you know who knows we were
  • 31:27
    just beginning with this now instead
  • 31:30
    everyone's all jacked up and Gitty about
  • 31:33
    deep fakes and I need to really call out
  • 31:37
    NPR and maybe I'm just maybe it's just
  • 31:41
    me but no it's not listen to this story
  • 31:46
    now we have two government officials we
  • 31:50
    got Warner calling for legislation of
  • 31:55
    deep fakes and I think Schiff is more
  • 31:58
    interesting and this is a report from
  • 32:00
    NPR and listen very carefully that this
  • 32:04
    an NPR still radio right it's not it's
  • 32:07
    not video it's radio yes radio and it's
  • 32:12
    never it's podcasting and radio which is
  • 32:15
    repurposed
  • 32:16
    radio well listen to this story what
  • 32:18
    you'll hear next was never actually said
  • 32:20
    it looks like a Facebook office it looks
  • 32:24
    like Mark Zuckerberg giving an interview
  • 32:26
    it looks like his mouth is moving along
  • 32:28
    with the words imagine this for a second
  • 32:31
    one man with total control of billions
  • 32:34
    of people stolen data all their secrets
  • 32:37
    their lives their futures but that
  • 32:40
    wasn't the founder of Facebook okay
  • 32:42
    so just rest the story I want to play
  • 32:44
    but I do not understand how when you're
  • 32:48
    listening to something you can say that
  • 32:52
    this sounds like Mark Zuckerberg because
  • 32:55
    it does not and you played a deep fake
  • 32:58
    the other day and now I that play that
  • 33:00
    that exact one right so let me play
  • 33:03
    Zuckerberg now at the same time it's
  • 33:06
    important not to lose sight of some of
  • 33:08
    the more straightforward and and larger
  • 33:10
    ways that Facebook plays a role in
  • 33:13
    elections how the hell does that sound
  • 33:15
    like this if you imagine this for a
  • 33:17
    second one man it's not even the right
  • 33:20
    inflection total control the elections
  • 33:22
    are wrong it's everything's wrong
  • 33:24
    there's a little I know what where the
  • 33:26
    connection is I think when you see the
  • 33:29
    video people goes it's like when we look
  • 33:31
    at
  • 33:32
    yes I and we here's a ballot about
  • 33:34
    Cilicia I know but I want to say it
  • 33:36
    again but let me just say something
  • 33:39
    which is I think dig dig there's a
  • 33:42
    little gravelly aspect to his voice and
  • 33:44
    I think they captured that it's not even
  • 33:46
    fucking close no no not in the same
  • 33:52
    league at all when you see the video
  • 33:55
    apparently NPR gets as stupid as
  • 33:57
    everybody else but that must be
  • 34:00
    Zuckerberg it's not my voice actors who
  • 34:02
    do a better job than this I would agree
  • 34:05
    well that's true in fact the one of the
  • 34:08
    Obama one that is floating around was
  • 34:10
    actually done by peel them yes right he
  • 34:15
    just he does a good impression of Obama
  • 34:16
    and he just they just made Obama's mouth
  • 34:19
    move around a little differently which
  • 34:21
    was pretty poorly done and he did the
  • 34:24
    voice and it sounded oh there's Obama
  • 34:26
    but that could be actually both of these
  • 34:29
    could be if you went through one of
  • 34:30
    those voice systems how can one of these
  • 34:32
    reporters hasn't done this thank you
  • 34:34
    here's my point as we deconstruct this
  • 34:37
    how is it possible that the NPR does a
  • 34:39
    minute and a half report I'm gonna play
  • 34:41
    the whole report that does that no one
  • 34:43
    thought to listen to what Zuckerberg
  • 34:45
    sounds like because it's not him and and
  • 34:48
    this oh my god it's machine learning and
  • 34:51
    all kinds of deep sakes it's a marvel
  • 34:53
    it's real it's not realistic you can get
  • 34:58
    this probably a hundred people you could
  • 35:00
    hire to do a better job for your deep
  • 35:03
    fake but now somehow this is illusion
  • 35:05
    being created which we need to legislate
  • 35:08
    clearly that machine learning can create
  • 35:10
    deep fakes again the real Zuckerberg
  • 35:13
    these effects operated much larger
  • 35:15
    scales of a hundred times or a thousand
  • 35:17
    times bigger than what we're discussing
  • 35:19
    here today and here's the deep faking
  • 35:22
    along with the warts imagine this for a
  • 35:24
    second one man with total control of
  • 35:27
    billions of people stolen data all their
  • 35:30
    secrets their lives their futures
  • 35:33
    many of these dynamics were new in this
  • 35:34
    election and at a much larger scale than
  • 35:37
    had ever been seen before it history
  • 35:40
    that wasn't the founder of Facebook it
  • 35:42
    was instead a deep fake created by an
  • 35:45
    artist in the
  • 35:46
    UK and posted on Instagram this
  • 35:49
    technology is quickly becoming a
  • 35:51
    national security concern bullshit the
  • 35:54
    house intelligence committee held a
  • 35:55
    hearing Thursday warning of the threat
  • 35:57
    with sufficient training data these
  • 35:59
    powerful deep fake generating algorithms
  • 36:01
    can portray a real person doing
  • 36:03
    something they never did or saying words
  • 36:06
    they never uttered that's Committee
  • 36:08
    Chairman Adam Schiff the disaster
  • 36:10
    scenarios are obvious a deep fake
  • 36:12
    showing a 20/20 candidate inciting
  • 36:14
    violence against an ethnic group or
  • 36:16
    false audio of a military official
  • 36:18
    giving orders to mass troops at a border
  • 36:20
    how come no one ever said oh my goodness
  • 36:23
    a voice actor could do this oh we need
  • 36:26
    laws against acting there is no easy
  • 36:29
    solution
  • 36:30
    up until now social media companies have
  • 36:32
    a general legal immunity to content
  • 36:35
    posted on their platform but that may be
  • 36:37
    changing listen to this question from
  • 36:39
    Schiff is it time to do away with that
  • 36:41
    immunity so that the platforms are
  • 36:43
    required to maintain a certain standard
  • 36:45
    of care any effort addressing the threat
  • 36:47
    of deep fakes
  • 36:48
    yes standard of care involves increasing
  • 36:50
    mean well you'll hear you'll hear it
  • 36:53
    they've actually make an interesting
  • 36:55
    point play with that immunity so that
  • 36:56
    the platforms were required to maintain
  • 36:58
    a certain standard of care any effort
  • 37:01
    addressing the threat of deep fakes
  • 37:02
    involves increasing public awareness but
  • 37:05
    even this poses a problem it's called
  • 37:08
    the liars dividend
  • 37:09
    here's citroen explaining what that is
  • 37:11
    once you get everyone all educated then
  • 37:14
    you know you have wrongdoers points a
  • 37:16
    real video genuine audio and video that
  • 37:18
    show them doing something illegal or
  • 37:20
    wrong right and they get to say ads and
  • 37:22
    deep fake pay no attention these
  • 37:24
    technologies are evolving rapidly to the
  • 37:27
    point that almost anyone can use it
  • 37:29
    here's Lindsey Gorman the fellow for
  • 37:31
    emerging technologies at the Alliance
  • 37:33
    for securing democracy what used to be
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    something that was available only to
  • 37:39
    sophisticated machine learning becoming
  • 37:43
    available to the general public so as
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    the witnesses to Thursday's committee
  • 37:47
    hearing a test it may only be a matter
  • 37:49
    of time until deep fakes affect our
  • 37:51
    politics and our national security I
  • 37:53
    mean it's just so it's so ludicrous and
  • 37:57
    that NPR an audio
  • 38:00
    programming outfit says oh my goodness
  • 38:04
    that's just like Zuckerberg can't you
  • 38:06
    hear it I mean oh here's another DS guy
  • 38:11
    I don't understand if you're gonna do a
  • 38:12
    long report like this and look into this
  • 38:14
    and be especially if you're gonna be
  • 38:15
    panicky and hand-wringing it sounded
  • 38:18
    like an old woman mm-hmm of why you
  • 38:20
    don't bring it aren't journalists I'm
  • 38:23
    asking you I should I can answer this
  • 38:26
    why aren't journalists doing what you're
  • 38:28
    supposed to do which is have you know
  • 38:30
    competing opinions here's the yes to no
  • 38:32
    and the maybe and have bringing that
  • 38:34
    bring out the guy who is a voice graham
  • 38:37
    guy oh guy can run it through a machine
  • 38:38
    and said this is clearly not Zuckerberg
  • 38:40
    voice
  • 38:41
    problem solved we noticed that video had
  • 38:46
    taken over people's brains many years
  • 38:48
    ago we used to we don't do it anymore I
  • 38:51
    just like just bribe one a 20 second
  • 38:53
    clip we used to play clips called bad
  • 38:55
    acting clips we'd take you John in
  • 38:58
    particular you take a clip from a
  • 39:00
    television show CSI as an example and
  • 39:03
    you just listen to the audio and then
  • 39:05
    you hear how bad the acting is why can't
  • 39:08
    you just love her she's so easy to love
  • 39:12
    you know nothing about my daughter you
  • 39:15
    hear me
  • 39:15
    nothing I know that she is good and
  • 39:19
    strong and deserves all the love this
  • 39:22
    world has to give can't you see that
  • 39:24
    sounds so believable I mean that is
  • 39:26
    totally great that's Emmy award-winning
  • 39:29
    shit right there ladies and gentlemen
  • 39:30
    so people are losing the ability to hear
  • 39:34
    and anyway Warner senator Wright senator
  • 39:42
    Warner yeah yeah believes he ties this
  • 39:45
    deep fake thing into we need to allegis
  • 39:49
    because this is about legislating now
  • 39:51
    they're only saying social media I have
  • 39:53
    no idea where you probably would want to
  • 39:54
    think about legislating the technology
  • 39:56
    but okay yeah I guess social media they
  • 40:00
    want to take away the section 203
  • 40:02
    they're doing in a very stupid way and
  • 40:06
    this is well you'll hear it Trump in
  • 40:08
    2016 he may have been a naive candidate
  • 40:12
    then but he welcomes Russia that they've
  • 40:14
    got dirt on it and lay it out well you
  • 40:17
    would have thought after two and a half
  • 40:18
    years in office he would have learned
  • 40:19
    that that's not appropriate behavior
  • 40:21
    that is you know that this man has so
  • 40:23
    little moral Center that he doesn't
  • 40:26
    understand taking help from a foreign
  • 40:28
    government is wrong
  • 40:29
    then we need to put in place a law they
  • 40:33
    would say if a foreign government tries
  • 40:35
    to intervene in the election in a
  • 40:37
    presidential campaign the campaign has
  • 40:39
    an affirmative obligation to report that
  • 40:41
    to the FBI there's been lots of concern
  • 40:43
    voiced by a lot of my Republican
  • 40:46
    partners that they know our election
  • 40:48
    system is not safe in 2020 and I think
  • 40:51
    the least we should do is put this law
  • 40:53
    in place that would say you've got to
  • 40:55
    report to the FBI if we've got foreign
  • 40:57
    agents intervening secondly let's pass
  • 40:59
    on election security law to make sure
  • 41:00
    there's a paper trail after every vote
  • 41:03
    so people have belief in the integrity
  • 41:05
    of their vote and third let's go ahead
  • 41:07
    and put some guardrails around some of
  • 41:09
    these social media companies so you
  • 41:11
    cannot use deep fake technology or
  • 41:13
    create fake personas the way the
  • 41:15
    Russians did on Facebook in 2016 what
  • 41:18
    what
  • 41:19
    the Russians use deep fakes all of a
  • 41:21
    sudden holding macro talk about jumping
  • 41:24
    to conclusions Oh Amos Ludacris so the
  • 41:30
    reporter talking to him asked him
  • 41:32
    immediately what were the deep fakes
  • 41:34
    that the Russians did to get a response
  • 41:37
    right no they went straight to another
  • 41:39
    topic on my show now of course not
  • 41:41
    it's just accept them what what deep
  • 41:45
    fakes
  • 41:45
    yeah we're involved in the 2016 campaign
  • 41:47
    specifically and he would have with any
  • 41:50
    what would he say
  • 41:51
    well what is wrong with these reporters
  • 41:54
    this is great stuff so this backs into
  • 41:59
    this interview that Trump did President
  • 42:02
    Trump did with George Stephanopoulos
  • 42:06
    where and to me it was just one big
  • 42:10
    troll yeah it was like well you know if
  • 42:13
    I got some Oppo research on I'm not
  • 42:15
    gonna call the FBI I want to take a look
  • 42:17
    at the Oppo research first and
  • 42:18
    everybody's freaking out oh no oh no oh
  • 42:22
    no no you have if if you get information
  • 42:26
    from the Russians or from the British I
  • 42:29
    guess that's also a foreign government
  • 42:30
    British the Canadian is Canadian the
  • 42:32
    Italians you need to report that to the
  • 42:34
    FBI exactly like you know the Democrats
  • 42:39
    didn't do so they're trying to back this
  • 42:42
    into a law and in fact it is Senate bill
  • 42:46
    12 47 the duty to report act and here is
  • 42:52
    pantsy explosively explaining so that is
  • 42:55
    part of our legislate investigate
  • 42:58
    litigate what explodes you know pantsy
  • 43:06
    explosive our legislate investigate
  • 43:12
    litigate legislate investigate litigate
  • 43:15
    talking about what the here we go
  • 43:18
    Virginia we're doing this and at the
  • 43:20
    same time we are honoring our oath of
  • 43:23
    office to protect and defend the
  • 43:25
    Constitution you see that she's
  • 43:26
    introducing a bill or the concept of
  • 43:29
    this bill that's that now running
  • 43:31
    through the Senate and she's trying to
  • 43:32
    say
  • 43:33
    this is our responsibility is legislate
  • 43:36
    investigate and what was the third one
  • 43:40
    litigate litigate that apparently is her
  • 43:43
    job now that is the job of everybody in
  • 43:45
    Congress United States yesterday the
  • 43:48
    president gave us once again evidence
  • 43:50
    that he does not know right from wrong
  • 43:53
    it's a very sad thing very sad thing
  • 43:57
    that he does not know right from wrong I
  • 43:59
    believe that he has been involved in a
  • 44:01
    criminal cover-up I've said that before
  • 44:03
    and our investigation is demonstrating
  • 44:06
    that the molder report shows now listen
  • 44:09
    to the flub obstruction of justice
  • 44:11
    intent at least ten perhaps eleven
  • 44:14
    places but for the president to be so
  • 44:17
    cavalier to disregard to be indifferent
  • 44:20
    to all and any sense of ethics about who
  • 44:24
    we are as a country to say he would
  • 44:26
    invite aren't an intervention further
  • 44:29
    the intelligence community with great
  • 44:33
    competences put forth that the Russians
  • 44:35
    interfere interfered in our election
  • 44:38
    that's an assault on our democracy an
  • 44:40
    assault on our democracy this president
  • 44:43
    says it's a hoax he supposes he takes an
  • 44:46
    oath to protect and defend the
  • 44:48
    Constitution but I guess it doesn't
  • 44:50
    include him in terms of being to be held
  • 44:57
    accountable to obey the law so we have
  • 45:00
    in a package that we're putting forth in
  • 45:03
    light of the mother report a package of
  • 45:07
    legislation Duty report if someone comes
  • 45:10
    to a mandating that campaigns report
  • 45:12
    foreign up offers of assistance so she
  • 45:19
    is now taking up all research which is
  • 45:22
    what the president discussed multiple
  • 45:24
    times she actually says the word up and
  • 45:27
    then she turns it into something else
  • 45:29
    if legislation Duty report someone comes
  • 45:32
    to you for mandating that campaigns
  • 45:34
    report foreign operative offers of a so
  • 45:37
    instead of opera upper area offers
  • 45:40
    shouldn't even
  • 45:42
    it's so self-evident as a matter of
  • 45:45
    ethics but we'll have to clarify it
  • 45:48
    these people are so you can work with
  • 45:51
    thee with the steel dossier well this is
  • 45:55
    this is this is why I think it's
  • 45:56
    trolling because this is exactly what
  • 45:58
    happened
  • 45:59
    they took Oppo research I'm sorry
  • 46:02
    offers from a foreign country literally
  • 46:06
    from a British spy and there was
  • 46:10
    involvement from Italy and Australia and
  • 46:14
    Russia and now they're gonna create a
  • 46:17
    law against it that's I can actually
  • 46:20
    I'll tell you about a little bit about
  • 46:21
    the text of this I don't know if this is
  • 46:23
    gonna pass or not it's the duty to
  • 46:26
    report Act which they just pulled out of
  • 46:28
    their ballots I want to mention
  • 46:30
    something I do and of course if we don't
  • 46:33
    have that we should play the entire clip
  • 46:35
    and I keep forgetting to get it the
  • 46:37
    Stephanopoulos thing with Trump because
  • 46:39
    Trump's having a normal conversation
  • 46:40
    with him as though he's a person I
  • 46:42
    actually expected you would have it
  • 46:43
    that's why I didn't know you know I
  • 46:45
    expected that I would have a - I would
  • 46:46
    expect that I wouldn't have it for the
  • 46:48
    lash wrong with you but on Wednesday
  • 46:50
    last week I know it's so disappointing
  • 46:52
    we're taking forever to get to this but
  • 46:54
    but I do remember a couple of points in
  • 46:57
    there and Trump with shrugging his
  • 47:00
    shoulders and he says to Stepanov is
  • 47:02
    with great honesty you know I've never
  • 47:05
    called the FBI right and I start was
  • 47:07
    thinking about it have you ever called
  • 47:10
    the FBI no for something no I what is
  • 47:15
    their number 1-800 and call as I've
  • 47:18
    never called the FBI to report some I
  • 47:21
    don't know who has ever called the FBI
  • 47:22
    it's just things they do them with their
  • 47:24
    own thing but then I'm reminded of
  • 47:28
    Thomas Drake the Ennis NSA whistleblower
  • 47:30
    who said he says at the beginning of all
  • 47:33
    his speeches do not talk to the FBI ever
  • 47:38
    ever exactly yeah
  • 47:42
    in big trouble with stuff you say yeah I
  • 47:45
    mean they're Flynn talk to the FBI look
  • 47:47
    at having to him so here is this Senate
  • 47:54
    bill 1247 and and they kind of try to
  • 48:01
    make this Oppo research sound like it
  • 48:04
    would be something that was given to you
  • 48:07
    you see here we have
  • 48:13
    in general if a political committee or
  • 48:15
    applicable individual receives an offer
  • 48:17
    orally in writing or otherwise of a
  • 48:20
    prohibited contribution donation
  • 48:22
    expenditure or disbursement the
  • 48:24
    committee or applicable individual cell
  • 48:26
    shall within 24 hours of receiving the
  • 48:28
    offer report to the Federal Bureau of
  • 48:31
    Investigation to the extent known the
  • 48:33
    name address and nationality the form
  • 48:35
    national making the offer the amount and
  • 48:37
    type of contribution donation
  • 48:39
    expenditure or disbursement in general
  • 48:43
    should be unlawful to knowingly and
  • 48:45
    willingly fail to comply with this
  • 48:47
    subsection oh this could be a nightmare
  • 48:49
    if you think about it somebody's
  • 48:50
    impossible to do yeah yeah well think
  • 48:53
    about somebody being spammed by fake
  • 48:56
    offers oh sure of from foreign
  • 49:00
    governments just keep sending them in as
  • 49:03
    they don't report them you know you can
  • 49:04
    bust them and I like how they add in
  • 49:06
    here the the definition of applicable
  • 49:09
    individual who has the duty to report
  • 49:12
    means an agent of political of a
  • 49:16
    political committee a candidate an
  • 49:17
    individual who is an immediate family
  • 49:19
    member of a candidate hello Donald
  • 49:22
    junior or any individual affiliated with
  • 49:25
    a campaign of a candidate an immediate
  • 49:29
    family member individual affiliated with
  • 49:30
    the campaign for this purposes the term
  • 49:33
    immediate family member means with
  • 49:34
    respect to a candidate parent parent and
  • 49:36
    lost spouse adult child sibling and and
  • 49:38
    it goes on and on but this really
  • 49:40
    invites entrapment it's big time so I I
  • 49:46
    don't know if this will pass it probably
  • 49:49
    wants this kind of dumb there's already
  • 49:52
    laws on the books but it's it's just so
  • 49:54
    funny to me that they you know they're
  • 49:57
    all outraged by this and that is
  • 49:59
    disappointing neither of us got this
  • 50:01
    clip it's about opposition research and
  • 50:06
    they're all outraged that that the
  • 50:09
    president said not right I'll take it
  • 50:11
    everyone else does everyone does this is
  • 50:14
    what it's that's why it has a name Oppo
  • 50:16
    research everybody knows this I'll take
  • 50:18
    it oh oh he's above the law breaking the
  • 50:21
    law huh oh they've gone berserk
  • 50:24
    unbeliev notes but it's like one of
  • 50:27
    their things just think they looking for
  • 50:29
    these I don't know what they hope that
  • 50:31
    these things hit the home run or
  • 50:34
    something I'm not sure I have no idea
  • 50:37
    but it's I mean is anyone running the
  • 50:40
    country anymore what are we doing I know
  • 50:46
    no one's running the country in my
  • 50:48
    opinion was a good thing let's take a
  • 50:52
    look at it up with I got nothing to say
  • 50:59
    if that's a good thing I guess is a good
  • 51:02
    thing what are we catching up with let's
  • 51:04
    do the Trump campaign outlines on CBS
  • 51:07
    Dukey president Trump is getting ready
  • 51:09
    to kick off his re-election campaign but
  • 51:11
    just days before mr. Trump's
  • 51:13
    announcement that will seek a second
  • 51:15
    term some opponents are trying to keep
  • 51:17
    him from finishing this one calling on
  • 51:20
    Congress to launch impeachment
  • 51:21
    proceedings Nikole Killion is at the
  • 51:23
    White House President Trump spent part
  • 51:26
    of his birthday weekend at the golf
  • 51:28
    course ready to take a campaign swing to
  • 51:30
    Florida Tuesday to launch his reelection
  • 51:32
    he started making his case for 2020 on
  • 51:35
    Twitter riding the Trump economy is
  • 51:38
    setting records and has a long way up to
  • 51:40
    go
  • 51:41
    however if anyone but me takes over in
  • 51:43
    2020 there will be a market crash the
  • 51:46
    likes of which has not been seen before
  • 51:48
    he added we are doing great in the polls
  • 51:51
    even better than in 2016 and will be
  • 51:54
    packed at the Tuesday announcement rally
  • 51:56
    we've had over a hundred thousand RSVPs
  • 51:59
    so far they keep coming in every single
  • 52:01
    enthusiasm I think it means the
  • 52:03
    enthusiasm is pretty good out there but
  • 52:05
    it rallies across the country protestors
  • 52:08
    sounded more calls for the president's
  • 52:10
    impeachment
  • 52:13
    and he continued to take heat for these
  • 52:17
    comments to ABC News if someone else
  • 52:19
    offers you information on opponent
  • 52:21
    should they accept it or should they
  • 52:22
    call the FBI I think maybe you do both I
  • 52:25
    think you might want to listen like
  • 52:28
    trying to want them back
  • 52:29
    I reported to the Attorney General the
  • 52:31
    FBI Democratic presidential candidate
  • 52:34
    Pete Buddha judge tells face the
  • 52:36
    nation's Margaret Brennan the president
  • 52:38
    should draw a clear line if you think
  • 52:40
    there's a foreign effort to tamper with
  • 52:42
    an American election and you're an
  • 52:44
    American who cares about America you
  • 52:46
    call the FBI this shouldn't be hard the
  • 52:49
    president and his campaign team disputes
  • 52:52
    some polls that show him trailing key
  • 52:54
    Democrats alike frontrunner Joe Biden a
  • 52:56
    trump adviser tells CBS News expect the
  • 52:59
    President to unleash more attacks
  • 53:01
    against the former vice president as he
  • 53:04
    jumps into a full campaign mode Rena
  • 53:06
    Nikole Killion at the White House can
  • 53:08
    you imagine if this is a bill like this
  • 53:10
    past you the people the FBI would be
  • 53:14
    overwhelmed if people actually stuck to
  • 53:16
    it
  • 53:16
    the amount under now that I think about
  • 53:18
    it I did try to get the yeah I called
  • 53:19
    the FBI once I I went it was had to do
  • 53:24
    with it was had to do with these robo
  • 53:26
    calls or something along those lines and
  • 53:31
    so you go to the FBI to find who to call
  • 53:33
    and there's nobody to call and but they
  • 53:35
    say if you always you have this problem
  • 53:37
    to some scam go here and you go to a
  • 53:40
    website and then the website get gives
  • 53:42
    you a bunch of instructions that are
  • 53:44
    just like too much for anybody in their
  • 53:45
    right mind to do they're obviously do
  • 53:48
    not want to be contacted on every little
  • 53:50
    stupid thing call your local police is
  • 53:52
    their attitude and it's apparent that
  • 53:55
    the FBI would be against this because
  • 53:58
    they they would be just swamped with
  • 54:00
    bullcrap you know if everything the way
  • 54:04
    I read the the proposed bill I mean
  • 54:07
    people in Congress received immense
  • 54:10
    lobbying lobbyists contact them all the
  • 54:13
    time by just by the definition of the
  • 54:16
    bill you could say that a lot of these
  • 54:19
    lobbyists are trying to interfere
  • 54:22
    hey here's what I'd like to have done
  • 54:25
    it's just it makes no sense especially
  • 54:31
    when the lobbyists not you mentioned
  • 54:32
    there's a lot of foreign agent lobbyists
  • 54:35
    to crawlin all over the place are from
  • 54:37
    every country in the world
  • 54:39
    luckily though everyone voted for a
  • 54:42
    salary increase so they won't have to
  • 54:44
    you know they won't have to take money
  • 54:46
    from lobbyists and they won't have to do
  • 54:48
    insider trading is Alexandria Ocasio
  • 54:51
    Cortez said so know it what it does it
  • 54:53
    gives them more money to trade with
  • 54:54
    another forty five hundred bucks by some
  • 54:58
    puts oh man so I just was embrace some
  • 55:06
    new said none of the media is picking up
  • 55:08
    on all right and I got a kick out of it
  • 55:11
    when I spotted it and I thought it would
  • 55:13
    be something worth listening to Oh Jay
  • 55:15
    Simpsons decided to go on Twitter hate
  • 55:18
    where the world is yours truly now
  • 55:20
    coming soon to Twitter you'll get to
  • 55:22
    read all my thoughts and opinions on
  • 55:24
    just about everything now there's a lot
  • 55:26
    of fake oj accounts out there so this
  • 55:29
    one at the real oj 32 is the only
  • 55:32
    official one so it should be a lot of
  • 55:34
    fun Oh getting even to do so god bless
  • 55:36
    take care it's getting even with
  • 55:39
    somebody here's the second post he's
  • 55:41
    done too now hey two of the world you
  • 55:43
    know for years people have been able to
  • 55:45
    say whatever they want to say about me
  • 55:53
    set the record straight more importantly
  • 55:56
    I'll be able to talk about everything
  • 55:57
    especially sports fantasy football and
  • 56:00
    even politics but for now let me just
  • 56:04
    say to my fellow father's out there
  • 56:06
    happy Father's Day you god bless so this
  • 56:12
    is a new low for Twitter and where's his
  • 56:14
    blue checkmark oh he doesn't have a
  • 56:17
    checkmark no we need all right we need
  • 56:22
    to start a campaign get OJ a checkmark
  • 56:25
    so he puts up these two posts and he's
  • 56:27
    already up to three hundred twenty-five
  • 56:29
    thousand verify oj hashtag verified oj
  • 56:33
    you'll be over a million shortly to do
  • 56:36
    these half-drunken kind of rants or
  • 56:38
    whatever's gonna get back at some PC
  • 56:41
    drink gonna be great you see a drinker
  • 56:43
    is he a drinker I don't know but he's
  • 56:46
    getting old is could be just old age but
  • 56:48
    but whatever the case this is gonna be
  • 56:51
    great and I think it's marks a new low
  • 56:54
    for Twitter can I can I just give a tea
  • 56:56
    has refused to cover the story
  • 56:59
    can I offer some advice to some
  • 57:00
    colleagues out there I would like to
  • 57:03
    offer advice to Spotify and Pandora
  • 57:06
    gimlet this is the guy you want to do a
  • 57:10
    podcast with this is the podcast you
  • 57:12
    want on your network you want the oj
  • 57:15
    cast that is money in the bank people I
  • 57:21
    agree as sick as it is yeah it's it's
  • 57:25
    exactly true shoot maybe we should just
  • 57:27
    produce it just get a hold of them eg
  • 57:30
    see you can be sure he's got a business
  • 57:32
    guarantee mmm a DM at the real oj 30 to
  • 57:36
    go on John
  • 57:37
    you're the sports guy everybody knows he
  • 57:41
    knows you the juice yes the juice is
  • 57:45
    loose the juice pot the juice cast you
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    scam I'm seeing it I'm seeing some great
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    ads you know some great products soon
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    I've set we do Ginsu knife sets on them
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    you know have that as a net you call it
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    the murder cast by the way I'm a little
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    disappointed you've not talked about the
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    biggest sports story of the decade
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    yes Golden State Warriors
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    I missed that game so what would happen
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    to get the Raptors who are they
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    I hear candy Naevia kicked your ass
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    Golden State how disappointing is that
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    and why is Canada in the NBA how does
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    that work
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    you know this came up at the table the
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    other day and people don't realize that
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    that basketball was invented in Canada
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    no and follow follow that up the first
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    NBA game in history was first played in
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    Toronto huh
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    so that's why they probably could use a
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    couple of teams they could use one on
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    they were on the west coast I did not
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    realize that so so Canada invented
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    basketball that's what this does just
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    what think that this came up in the in
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    all those games they were playing over
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    and over again yeah huh
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    all right well that was written by John
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    nays bitches I recall but Naismith
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    kanays Naismith Naismith not knees bass
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    nation you know more than I do
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    no I'm really I'm really I have the
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    troll room open that's how I how for you
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    could for a second think I knew more
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    about sports than you just dissing
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    wattage you surprised me that's why
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    anyway back to you yeah you could be a
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    closet sports junkie for all I know back
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    to I think that the glove cast maybe is
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    a better name for the oj the glove cast
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    we are so sick yes podcast ladies and
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    gentlemen they're taking over the world
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    witnessed the BBC back in the real world
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    it was announced today that this show is
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    being replaced in the autumn by a
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    podcast podcast I mean there's no limit
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    to the depths of depravity to which
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    BBC's regulars are prepared this is a
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    podcast anyway it was a podcast if God
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    had meant pods to be cast he wouldn't
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    have invented the wireless the good news
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    is he's free
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    it's one of my favorite clips of the
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    Williams depravity I got an ISO rating
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    this guy was it Andrew Neil whatever his
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    name is and he knew what the beginning
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    again back in the real world it was
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    announced today that this show is being
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    replaced in the autumn by a podcast a
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    podcast I mean there's no limit to the
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    depths of depravity with BBC schedulers
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    are prepared to say it makes me so proud
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    I'm very very proud of that I'm not
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    going to end with that I would like to
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    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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    in Canadian basketball Johnson well in
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    the morning to you mr. Adam curry also
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    in the morning to all the ships at sea
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    and the boots on the ground and the subs
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    in the water and all the games and all
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    the nights out there and in the morning
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    to our trolls we got a lot of them the
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    trolls are in the troll room you can
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    find them at No Agenda stream comm where
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    you can also listen live to the program
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    and there's many programs it's 24/7
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    there's always someone in there
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    listening commenting trolling and we're
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    not bashful about it it's trolls so go
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    in there and show your best troll äj--
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    no agenda stream calm and we also like
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    to say in the morning to CSB I think I
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    think CSB has changed his his name on
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    the art generator I don't know you could
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    do that yeah you can apparently and he's
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    he what is his name then comment let me
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    guess it's Charlize Charlie Smith
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    Bingham well it turns out it's the name
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    CSB has now been hijacked by some dude
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    named comic strip blogger
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    oh no and
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    who's very mad at you because you
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    apparently have blocked him on Twitter
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    so just yeah well that's because he was
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    well I not that I don't like the guy
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    yeah he's blocked him though that
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    doesn't that's not a real likeable thing
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    to do well you know he was he was I was
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    getting too much material stop with all
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    the great material is what you're saying
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    that's that's what a block means to you
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    it's just too much good material please
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    I have to slow you down it is I'm not
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    there to do I'm just there to I don't
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    know why I'm there I don't even know why
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    I go on Twitter I should get off of it
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    well this was the artwork for episode 11
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    46 the title of that was googors and csb
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    AKA comic strip blogger did a great
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    piece of art it was the Fort Trump logo
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    it was nice it was done with kind of
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    pixelated camouflage background and it
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    made sense in context of the episode
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    that we had and we appreciate it it's no
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    agenda art generator calm where you can
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    see all the artwork that submitted where
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    you can submit artwork and lots of
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    people do and we always have to make a
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    very difficult choice and it was the CS
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    B's who we chose and again thank you
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    it's a part of our value for value model
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    it really helps when we have fresh
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    artwork to show because people it
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    catches people's eye in where they find
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    podcasts everywhere so thank you well we
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    have three executive producers and again
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    no associates for some time in a row
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    this is odd yeah also this is the second
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    time in a row that we had no checks that
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    are over $50 that came in in fact that
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    pilot checks is very small it doesn't
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    make a lot of sense to me unless that's
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    the way the intelligence agencies are
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    sending us money taxes and checks and
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    we're not doing they're not doing we're
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    not doing it right or not doing their
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    bidding hmm I don't know what it is we
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    said wrong but at the top of the list is
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    in fact I have the bonus clip this is
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    Sir Dave fuga Zotoh hold on oh where was
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    your bonus clip
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    I didn't I didn't listen to your to your
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    bonus clip so I didn't know what it was
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    that now I know what it is let's just
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    make sure we recognize that name again
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    fugu all right sir Dave coming played
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    that for j-just she's in her she's in
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    the office and she's doing something and
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    she hears this photo screech what the
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    hell is that I played it again and it
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    makes you laugh because Fletcher cracks
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    his voice and some very controlled way
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    at the end of the fuga Zotoh just on the
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    end there isn't it yeah it's
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    unbelievable how good this guy is and so
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    I was going back and forth and I said
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    maybe we should reintroduce the old we
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    had a gimmick about four years ago I
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    think where we would let people donate a
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    certain amount of money they get a they
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    get a Fletcher call out oh that's a cool
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    idea yes we did it but it's a long time
  • 1:05:54
    ago let me see some of the yells we have
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    of course there's the classic it's the
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    crack at the voice every single time yes
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    very no I mean that is a skill that I I
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    was talking to Jay about I said this is
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    a voiceover skill that is not something
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    anyone can do and I don't know anyone
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    else who can do it is like this I mean
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    it's unbelievable
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    yeah that wasn't this good one it's it's
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    funnier when he's when it's just him
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    when it's no music screaming yeah no
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    yeah I don't know if I have any ways oh
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    oh yeah yeah yes this is the one ladies
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    and gentlemen it is time to realize
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    that's a good one right so there's a
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    promotion you're working on very good
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    till we get to the promotion anyone who
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    donates sir Dave did $999.99 anyone who
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    does a grand or more will will get a
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    call out for him oh wow yeah meantime
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    but the promotion will be the original
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    promotion I went back and forth with
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    Fletcher John with about about this
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    mm-hmm
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    and he reminded me that it was a it was
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    an old PI donation at 314 when everyone
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    five that we did it for and we did it
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    for about two or three months but I was
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    thinking just doing it for about a month
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    but if anybody wants to do a thousand
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    bucks at any time well I think he'd be
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    more amenable to the throw out that
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    leave your last name and then you can
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    put it on your phone or whatever you
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    want to do that was the original idea
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    let me get to the donation so Sir David
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    threw 99999 this donation three times
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    33333 is a recognition and thanks for
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    all the karmic goodness requested during
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    show eleven eleven the super uber mega
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    karma episode okay melody is well on her
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    way to success as a grad student student
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    lady Isabel enjoyed great success in the
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    last Irish dance competition out in
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    Portland
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    yes I'm retired from the Army as of the
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    30th of the month and have landed a job
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    in our house just sold not saying that
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    requesting karma back then had anything
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    to do with all of it but hey it
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    certainly didn't hurt all you
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    freeloaders out there and you know who
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    you are should try donating some time in
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    getting some of your own it's a super
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    uber mega amazing or as he puts it
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    amazing balancing all that however Brad
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    my buddy with the brain cancer went into
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    the hospice a couple of days ago and we
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    brothers and arms our watch why
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    and waited in watching and waiting mode
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    kind of a bummer some F cancer karma
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    would be appreciated let me do that
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    right here right now let me do it that
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    you've got karma gotta separate that out
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    I'm kind of lost right for a while but I
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    recently went back and updated my
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    accounting and apparently I leveled up
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    the by count I request a peerage upgrade
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    during today's show and would like to
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    expand my territory to include America's
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    heartland and the Saudi Arabia hmm also
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    an episode or two ago the question arose
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    as to what whether or not account
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    count is in the level is a level where
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    they're not count there was last show is
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    a level in the no gender peerage system
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    according to Dvorak /or peerage and the
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    book of knowledge page on Italian
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    nobility count is synonymous with earl
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    go oh not by count okay we don't use
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    counting and we don't use the know the
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    Italian nobility we use the British yes
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    finally according to the update from the
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    UAE s last episode Riyadh is also hot as
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    I typed this it's 100 throw he's there
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    is 113 degrees but without the humidity
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    that our UAE producer is likely enjoying
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    and there's a headline from today's arab
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    news Filipina players dominate at
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    women's bowling championship in Jeddah
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    Congrats ladies way to go do they have
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    cute outfits is the question keep up the
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    great work and thank you for your
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    courage
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    thank you for your bird sir Dave yeah so
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    he I mean you see what do I have a mic
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    yes Mike yeah be by count of America's
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    heartland and Saudi Arabia outstanding
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    and thank you for your support
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    longtime support is about regular karma
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    so you can add to his collection
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    you've got karma as serendipity came in
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    from Colombo Portugal Portugal I believe
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    yes for 3234 once all operational
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    expenses are taken care if I'd like to
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    suggest that part of my donation goes to
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    help add and pay a romantic dinner to
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    mrs. mrs. Tina the keeper
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    enjoy your vacations here yes we're
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    going to Portugal tomorrow and that's
  • 1:11:13
    where our actual fight I remember that
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    that's where the actual honeymoon takes
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    place you're gonna go to old Porto
  • 1:11:22
    possibly we're so tired
  • 1:11:25
    you're gonna go to Lisbon and hang out
  • 1:11:27
    we're going to the Algarve and to hang
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    out you gonna wear the Algarve oh I
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    never heard of it the Algarve
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    it's like the entire that's the
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    beautiful coast is where you vacation
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    the Algarve it's a region okay well
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    anyway I wanted to say anyone that likes
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    it has never visited Portugal and you're
  • 1:11:47
    a photographer mm-hmm Lisbon it's the
  • 1:11:50
    most photographic city I've ever been to
  • 1:11:53
    not because it's ornate and beautiful
  • 1:11:55
    like Barcelona it's kind of dingy put in
  • 1:12:00
    a very photogenic way by the way I'm a
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    regular passenger on the emergency row
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    of the oak Opio AMS flights so if you
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    see a sales looking guy seated there
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    drop an ITM it might be me finally we're
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    not we're flying from Belfast and we're
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    flying easyJet so unfortunately we won't
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    we won't see you finally a gift to the
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    no agenda listeners with for human
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    resources already I'm donating all of my
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    baby-making Karma I won't cut my tubes
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    but I'm done please play the Hillary
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    cackle - to the head then that's wrong
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    followed by brown shoes karma
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    you've got a karma by the way I
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    appreciate very much but the keeper
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    actually is paying for this part of the
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    journey for the Portugal rest du port
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    Dougal mm-hmm yes she booked everything
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    she the best
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    well a couple of things I should mention
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    because I think Portugal's fantastic but
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    it has some of the lowest price wines
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    high quality wines locally made dry and
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    sweet but mostly but the dry wines are
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    outstanding and the whites are terrific
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    they're way under priced worldwide you
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    get over here too cheap they're
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    extremely inexpensive in Portugal and
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    they also do the same thing with our
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    olive oils so all of those are way under
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    priced so if you're you can find a good
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    one you get it for next to nothing and
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    get their check-in luggage and bring it
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    back I'm sure that in the in 11 years
  • 1:13:51
    we've discussed it but you know I was
  • 1:13:56
    very famous for a little while in
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    Portugal when it was still a third-world
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    country
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    yeah you talked about this cuz when I've
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    never been to Portugal pre he you so I
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    never got to see the dirt roads that are
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    now giant freeways yeah it was so this
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    this was 1982 or 83 and there was an
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    international consortium called Europa
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    television and Europa television was all
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    the public broadcasters from in the EU I
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    think maybe was even a precursor to the
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    Euro the you know like the EU Eurovision
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    coming together and so people are doing
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    news and sports and we provided a half
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    hour of music videos every single day
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    and typically this was broadcast it
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    would be as you know because Europe had
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    a lot of cable penetration so you could
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    get all these crazy channels with Sky
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    channel those music boxes MTV but in
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    Portugal they only had two stations RTP
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    one RTP - and it was over-the-air there
  • 1:14:53
    was no cable but for some reason they
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    decided every day in this a public
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    broadcaster to take our show called
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    countdown and air that on television
  • 1:15:05
    over the air so here were kids who and
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    Portugal was a third world country in
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    the early 80s I mean it was this is all
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    before the big EU money came in so
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    they're just nothing but dirt roads
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    and now here was a guy who although the
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    first time they're seeing Bon Jovi
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    videos they'd never seen this before
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    I say Janet Jackson Michael Jackson a
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    Tina Turner and and people would send me
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    mail postcards remember those and there
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    would be a post sacks full I mean just
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    huge mail bags and I'd be reading their