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1150: Gender Justice

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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June 27th, 2019
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Chapters

0:00
Start of Show
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0:48
AC's Dinner at Comedor
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4:23
First Night of First Democratic 2020 Presidential Debate
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27:20
Pete Buttigieg Shouted Down Over Racial Police Shooting at Town Hall Meeting
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30:41
Bernie Sanders
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31:27
Reproductive Justice
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39:14
Slavery Reparations
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42:21
Modern Monetary Theory
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51:52
Sky News: 'The Carbon Debt That Britain Started'
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55:14
Euronews: 'Investors With $34 Trillion Demand Urgent Climate Change Action'
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1:01:45
Credits
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1:15:35
AC's Wedding Movie
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1:17:43
Tiffany Cabán Wins Queens District Attorney Primary Race
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1:21:01
European Union's Gender Balance Issues
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1:23:58
Angela Merkel Shaking Visibly During Public Ceremony
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1:25:34
E. Jean Carroll Accuses Trump of Rape
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1:32:09
'Introducing Replica, by Sidewalk Labs'
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1:37:46
US Senate Hearing for Technology Companies and Algorithms
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1:46:31
Project Veritas: 'Insider Blows Whistle & Exec Reveals Google Plan to Prevent “Trump situation” in 2020 on Hidden Cam'
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1:59:12
AC's OTG iPhone
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2:06:16
Donations
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2:17:31
Birthdays, Meetups & Title Changes
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2:21:28
Illinois Legalizes Marijuana for Recreational Use
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2:23:25
San Francisco Passes Ban on E-Cigarettes
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2:25:43
9 Year Old Drag Queen in Austin Promotes Message of Love
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2:28:36
Three New E-Scooter Companies Enter Austin Market
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2:30:32
Immigration
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2:38:40
Bitcoin
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2:40:45
Worshippers Attending First Mass at Notre-Dame Since Fire Wear Hard-Hats
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2:41:27
End of Show
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  • 0:01
    hmm Adam curry
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    John C. Dvorak 7 2019 this is your award
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    winning combination media assassination
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    episode 1150 this is no agenda enjoying
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    all the books on offer in my city and
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    broadcasting live from the frontier of
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    Austin Texas capital the drone star
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    state in the morning everybody
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    hi Madame Giry from northern Silicon
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    Valley where the Democrats all say ok we
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    can all go home
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    you nailed it and that's our show
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    ah very good very good I have to admit I
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    I did double duty but really shows for a
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    different activity last night sex oh god
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    I wish no a second best thing I went out
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    to dinner with the New York former New
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    York banker oh good yeah
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    yeah it would which you know it's like
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    really do you know what I do you're
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    gonna take me out on a Wednesday night
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    when you know the debates or watches
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    debates at the bar debates no not we
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    went late they did
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    oh really that you would actually it
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    would have been a very Austin thing but
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    he took me to a brand new restaurant
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    okay yeah and let me tell you this is
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    big outside money coming into Austin you
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    look up commodore c om e dor commodore
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    in austin this is i don't know how much
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    they paid to build this restaurant it is
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    cool cor yeah Commodore Austin yes they
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    got some like celebrity guys I guess and
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    some kind of well-known chef it's a
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    Mexican restaurant but it has a very
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    specific cook besides it being you know
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    total kind of hipster place in
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    architecture I mean seriously the way
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    they built this
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    you know cool you know they can open up
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    the whole side of the restaurant and
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    they've got these you know beautiful
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    change it looks very steampunk ish but
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    there's to be is just a big brown
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    building or the one next to it that's
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    the building it's the way it's well it's
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    brown you see brick in the front it's
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    brown
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    anyway giant they're uh they're hook is
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    they serve bugs oh brother
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    how could how could I pass it up of
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    course I did
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    I had the dance and the grasshoppers
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    honestly it was disappointing because
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    they have one cuz you know the the girl
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    comes over she's like hey help you with
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    anything so yeah what has the
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    grasshopper you know I don't know that
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    I've went to one of the better
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    restaurants in Mexico City and they had
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    bugs on the menu well it was here's the
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    disappointment weird mold that you get
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    off a corn but yes they they serve that
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    as well
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    it's fungus I think well whatever it is
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    it's really tasty it's very tasty I was
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    disappointed I'm thinking I'm gonna have
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    great me I'm gonna see a grasshopper I'm
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    gonna have to crunch this thing in my
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    teeth these were little baby
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    grasshoppers like they just came out of
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    an incubator little preemies it was just
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    a sprinkling on top now you can't you
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    couldn't really try to take a picture it
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    can't really tell if it's great to know
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    maybe maybe was just you could see it an
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    odd leg or two but it was a good cover
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    for when it gets infested by cockroaches
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    and then the ants were on the dessert on
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    the ice cream so this charming sprinkle
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    little dab which interestingly the New
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    York banker turned his nose up at that
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    he tried he would uh whereas I tried him
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    and I thought hmm
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    peppery you know their peppery yeah
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    so then you did double duty so you came
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    back and watched the debates after the
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    fact yeah I skimmed through it yeah this
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    was I knew this wasn't gonna be much and
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    yeah and although for me it was kind of
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    interesting to see the the audio the
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    technical issues they had I really felt
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    bad while everyone's laughing and if you
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    know and of course you get their inner
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    tit in the wringer
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    I know it's I know this feeling there's
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    a guy and he's pulling his hair out and
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    they can't figure out why they're
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    routing from the IFB from the from the
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    from the control room is routing through
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    to the floor and probably in everyone
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    else's I have been and by the way with
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    these new rigs I don't even know I don't
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    know if I could even operate when they
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    have this networking system I already
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    know it there's a name for it and
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    everybody uses it
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    I was the audio networking yeah at all
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    it all runs through there's no more
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    cables
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    no more cables no it's all either net so
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    the the routing matrix is completely
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    digitized and if it gets I mean I this
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    is why I felt bad I couldn't really sit
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    they were shot in a Freud they're going
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    you suck even though I understand why
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    people think it's funny but from a
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    professional standpoint I feel bad some
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    guys something happened and I've been
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    there so many times on this very show so
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    I'd you know I uh I did like the memes
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    though I did Trump was tweeting all
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    kinds of funny memes about and of course
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    distract me from anything by just you
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    know highlighting the audio glitch but
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    everyone on stay almost everyone on
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    stage they take themselves so seriously
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    and especially MSNBC and Rachel and and
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    chip Chuck chod cast the ghosts of the
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    bachelors for participating and
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    democracy Wow please the stupid little
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    dog and pony show it's not even a debate
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    they can have ten people and have a
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    debate have you ever heard that you you
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    were a master debater weren't you in in
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    school is always a master debater I've
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    I masturbate the master view we go no I
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    tried start with this you nailed it
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    you dropped the ball you unmailed it and
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    you went off of your merry way with
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    Spacey Abrams what yes I remember this
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    it was about a year or maybe two years
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    ago yeah we don't know all the talk are
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    you suck Astro as the guy the go-to guy
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    no incorrect no incorrect
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    it was Pennebaker the professor in
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    Austin when he was accusing me and my
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    then future wife of having white
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    privilege and saying that the Castro
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    brothers were going to be the ones it
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    wasn't me it was from an Obot dinner
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    well you brought it up that's different
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    in fact Astro was the guy who won you
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    think - oh I disagree I disagree
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    disagree all you want but every if you
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    read anything today this morning and if
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    you watch the thing with a Democrat
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    perspective or you listen to the kids
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    now I'm gonna play some clips from the
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    teen panel can I just say one thing
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    about Castro briefly last night the only
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    thing the banker said the former banker
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    said about the debates was well this
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    should be Castro's last stand he should
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    be out of there by now and I have no
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    idea came out of the blue I didn't
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    really ask him about anything he
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    pinpointed Castro as Castro's got to go
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    and I'm just taking this intro for what
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    it is elite circles etc he's probably
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    anti Bank or something gonna get in
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    anyway but he's not gonna go after this
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    performance he would most people saw him
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    as number one and flawless with the
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    teens and what is this yeah what is this
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    teens panel what's going on with this
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    she put together a panel of teens and
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    Millennials and they're not all teens
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    and Muslim college students but I'm
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    calling them teens because it sounded
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    like give you an example of the of the
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    teen pen here's a comment from one of
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    the teeth one of the college panelists
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    this is a guy with a probably an
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    inflamed a MIG deal
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    Trump hater I'm guessing confused in
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    general and I want you to listen to this
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    guy and tell me what he said after after
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    he played this clip which is teen panel
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    weird comments that go nowhere clip I'm
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    also very interested in the preventative
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    care model that a lot of the Democratic
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    candidates that seem to suggest an area
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    where we look at the root causes of the
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    issue whether that is gun control their
  • 9:08
    immigration or health care and we
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    noticed that there's a lack of economic
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    economic opportunity and there's also a
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    lack of care services they're
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    implemented throughout ones lifetime
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    that might result and use really
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    terrible social issues what was I
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    supposed to understand that was very
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    very difficult
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    it was just dropping in memes and it was
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    like there was non-stop and he never
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    really concluded anything it was idiotic
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    but that but that was the group this is
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    a bunch of young college kids and he and
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    so I got a couple teachers to here
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    they're talking about the Spanish that
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    was initiated by Castro no Beto no she
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    she ated by the bado
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    said oh well that's why I said Beto in
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    the first in the first round of
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    questions which Bushmen had me take some
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    notes on cuz there's a couple things I
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    noticed one was amy klobuchar when they
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    first turned the camera on her she was
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    if you had a 4k TV and you could had a
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    good upscaling she was shaking like a
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    leaf well I thought Booker's face was
  • 10:24
    pretty funny when bento started doing
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    that Booker's face like you know start
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    speaking Spanish and so then Booker felt
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    he had to speak some Spanish and of
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    course the only guy who could really
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    speak perfect Spanish was Castro and
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    then another one that really I thought
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    was a pure fail was Tulsi this is ask
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    the question right off the bat her first
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    question was a very specific question
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    and instead of even coming close to
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    answering it she goes off on her on her
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    creds on her a bio here her you know her
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    background and how she went to the war a
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    number of times and she's the only aunt
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    their war candidate had nothing to do
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    with it
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    so she was out and then the other thing
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    I noticed the major thing I noticed that
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    this again would be a NBC staging there
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    were nobody was using apple crates so
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    you you saw a a midget a dwarf a big
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    tall dude I mean it was horrible looking
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    you know it's interesting you say that
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    as I've looked at the shot and again it
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    was I didn't get home until quarter to
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    ten as I looked at the shot I'm like
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    what it something's wrong with this and
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    I couldn't quite pinpoint it but you
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    just you just nailed it they they didn't
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    he equalized the candidates they didn't
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    even know but a little bit a little
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    something because you got a six nine guy
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    there you got another tall dude Tulsi is
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    pretty big so she held her own but you
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    got a a pretty much a borderline dwarf
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    with Klobuchar and then Warren is a
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    diminutive she's a pretty woman so they
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    needed to put them on a full crate at
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    least by the way we're talking as
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    television producers here not as not as
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    hateful people this is how television
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    producers talk yeah by the way I
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    disagree about Tulsi but we can get to
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    that later after you're done with one of
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    the losers but but so this is the kids
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    talking about this about what they
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    thought about them speaking Spanish what
  • 12:36
    were some I roll moments cuz I
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    definitely saw some from you guys Ariane
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    I saw a lot from you when Cory Booker
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    was talking I saw a couple like Oh God
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    from you guys so what were some of those
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    things that you weren't so thrilled
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    about when bado spoke Spanish even like
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    actually I don't want to say I didn't
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    like it but I think he like caught some
  • 12:55
    people off-guard and you could see even
  • 12:56
    some of the other candidates were a
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    little shaken up by that so I thought
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    that Booker's expression is trending all
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    over yeah Twitter I think just as the
  • 13:04
    Spanish speaking went on I thought that
  • 13:06
    it was great when Bader did it the first
  • 13:07
    time but then as it continued on with
  • 13:09
    the multiple candidates I thought
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    like especially with Booker it kind of
  • 13:12
    felt like pandering for some reason they
  • 13:14
    just didn't feel this genuine coming
  • 13:16
    from him and I just feel like any
  • 13:17
    moments that didn't feel as genuine
  • 13:19
    coming from the candidates when we
  • 13:20
    talked about like wait a minute let me
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    ask you a question like is this like a
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    white valley girl type like girl who as
  • 13:24
    he was talking about pandering like to
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    brown people she even allowed to do that
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    doesn t of white privilege like you said
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    okay Friday me I can't do it his
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    neighborhood repeatedly I'm in kind of
  • 13:35
    the same fashion
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    typical typical I got a lot of feedback
  • 13:43
    from the Millennials about this they
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    thought it was they didn't like it
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    didn't like any of it and I'm surprised
  • 13:48
    I'm like how can you be so racist just
  • 13:52
    using their words retaining I'm sorry
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    retain debate team I'm sorry yes I got
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    it how we often have to try to balance
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    it to finding jobs or taking care of the
  • 14:08
    environment and seeing what's gonna
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    happen in the future
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    so Elizabeth kind of talked about on the
  • 14:12
    Green Deal the green New Deal kind of
  • 14:14
    helping those who are within these and
  • 14:16
    just dying industries helping them to
  • 14:19
    retrain and to newer industries that way
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    they're not necessarily losing their
  • 14:23
    jobs they are simply moving into
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    something else I would be able to help
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    not only the economy but to be able to
  • 14:29
    help the environment so that's actually
  • 14:31
    a very interesting perspective so I want
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    to talk about this I'm sorry I played
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    that clip I should play it later I would
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    just retraining this was not retaining
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    alright here's the final clip from these
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    guys and this is what they threw they
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    think well I got two clips from them
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    okay this is the team panel discussion
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    about the working class did you get the
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    specifics on the economic issues that we
  • 14:55
    talked about in our before in the debate
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    that you were now or I mean mayor de
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    Blasio specifically kept talking about
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    how he wants to shift the Democratic
  • 15:03
    Party back to being the party of the
  • 15:05
    working class but never really gave me
  • 15:07
    any you know specific policy solutions
  • 15:09
    for it and the fact of the matter is is
  • 15:11
    that blue-collar America is happening in
  • 15:12
    Pennsylvania Ohio Wisconsin Michigan
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    those key states at the president won in
  • 15:17
    2016 because this message resonated with
  • 15:19
    those kinds of voters blue-collar
  • 15:21
    America isn't happening as much in New
  • 15:23
    York City as it
  • 15:24
    some places like that and places you
  • 15:26
    know like me at home in West Virginia so
  • 15:28
    I felt like that you know a lot of the
  • 15:29
    candidates sort of talked about you know
  • 15:31
    Elizabeth Warren talked about the poor
  • 15:33
    people but I felt like it was more about
  • 15:34
    you know helping them as poor people or
  • 15:37
    not getting them back on their feet
  • 15:38
    finding jobs for them and putting them
  • 15:40
    into careers where they can support
  • 15:42
    their families again well that's not
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    that I think that's valid that's a good
  • 15:46
    point
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    that was a very good point all that all
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    I ever hear is we'll give you money
  • 15:49
    we'll fix your problems with money don't
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    worry about anything systemic we'll fix
  • 15:53
    it with money well some of these young
  • 15:55
    Democrats may be thinking otherwise and
  • 15:57
    I think they're these guys are losing
  • 15:59
    and that's why they think the Bernie
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    appeals so much so less years there now
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    this is the finale clip this is each one
  • 16:05
    of them saying who they thought won the
  • 16:08
    debate
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    all right guys quick lightning round who
  • 16:11
    won tonight in your eyes will start with
  • 16:13
    Valentina and go this way Julian Castro
  • 16:16
    for actually talking policy for young
  • 16:18
    kosterow Castro for the same reasons Wow
  • 16:21
    secretary Castro I think Warren actually
  • 16:25
    did a good job but I do agree I thought
  • 16:27
    Castro stood out as one of the lesser
  • 16:28
    known candidates I was actually very
  • 16:31
    surprised by mayor de Blasio's ideas and
  • 16:34
    his messaging Wow
  • 16:36
    so Castro kind of stole the spotlight
  • 16:38
    and de Blasio came out awesome thanks
  • 16:43
    everybody thanks for coming everybody
  • 16:44
    don't forget you don't forget your goody
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    bag your tote bag your swag bag on the
  • 16:49
    way out awesome boys and girls yeah yeah
  • 16:52
    the fact that we even have to somehow
  • 16:55
    have to have winners is dumb it's
  • 16:58
    ludicrous the whole thing there's no
  • 17:01
    winner and he puts his funds and people
  • 17:04
    on a pensive I want to play tulsi
  • 17:06
    gabbard because I've liked her and this
  • 17:08
    is if there's any Democrat I've liked
  • 17:11
    consistently on this show for years it's
  • 17:13
    Tulsi Gabbard and you can call her a
  • 17:17
    loser she's a loser in this no there's
  • 17:20
    no winners as hold hands tell a secret
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    list I think what she did with the the
  • 17:28
    Ryan character was that Tim Ryan Ted
  • 17:31
    Ryan Fred wine-red Ryan
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    I think she is she butts land him good
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    I've been in Congress 17 years and 12 of
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    those years I've sat on the Armed
  • 17:42
    Services Committee they're the Defense
  • 17:44
    Appropriations Committee or the Armed
  • 17:45
    Services Committee and the lesson that
  • 17:47
    I've learned over the years is that you
  • 17:50
    have to stay engaged in these situations
  • 17:53
    nobody likes it it's long it's tedious
  • 17:56
    but right now we have so I would say we
  • 17:59
    must be engaged in this we must have our
  • 18:01
    state department engaged we must have
  • 18:03
    our military engaged to the state to the
  • 18:04
    extent they need to be getting a drone
  • 18:07
    shot down for a hundred and thirty
  • 18:09
    million dollars because the president is
  • 18:12
    distracted that's a hundred and thirty
  • 18:15
    million dollars that we could be
  • 18:17
    spending in places like Youngstown Ohio
  • 18:18
    or Flint Michigan I'm gonna give you 30
  • 18:24
    seconds actually to jump off what he
  • 18:25
    said tell the parents of those two
  • 18:31
    soldiers who were just killed in
  • 18:33
    Afghanistan well we just have to be
  • 18:34
    engaged as a soldier I will tell you
  • 18:37
    that answer is on what she just did
  • 18:40
    there I think that's the most powerful
  • 18:42
    statement she made as a soldier I'm not
  • 18:46
    quite sure why Scott Adams might have a
  • 18:48
    better idea but when she says as a
  • 18:50
    soldier her just the way she looked on
  • 18:52
    stage who she is
  • 18:54
    you go on your head kind of goes if you
  • 18:56
    don't know who she is
  • 18:57
    like uh-oh a soldier and the search data
  • 19:01
    and I want to finish this clip show that
  • 19:04
    she was the most searched for named
  • 19:06
    after the debate even during some of the
  • 19:09
    debate like across the country now it's
  • 19:12
    a google map so who the hell knows you
  • 19:14
    know you can't trust anything but we'll
  • 19:16
    just take it as a baseline and I and I
  • 19:18
    think that for her overall awareness if
  • 19:20
    you know the show's general consensus is
  • 19:23
    she's raising her profile to take over
  • 19:26
    amazing her own OHS gig I I thought it
  • 19:30
    was good and to me this is a she needs
  • 19:32
    to do that more often who were just
  • 19:34
    killed and
  • 19:35
    be honest on what we just have to be
  • 19:36
    engaged as a soldier I will tell you
  • 19:39
    that answer is unacceptable we have to
  • 19:42
    bring our troops home from Afghanistan
  • 19:44
    we are in a place in Afghanistan where
  • 19:47
    we have lost so many lives we've spent
  • 19:50
    so much money money that's coming out of
  • 19:52
    every one of our pockets money that
  • 19:53
    should be going into communities here at
  • 19:56
    home meeting the needs of the people
  • 19:58
    here at home we are no better off in
  • 20:00
    Afghanistan today than we were when this
  • 20:02
    war began this is why it's so important
  • 20:05
    to have a president commander-in-chief
  • 20:06
    who knows the cost of war and is ready
  • 20:09
    to do the job on day one I am ready to
  • 20:11
    do that job when I walk into the ocean
  • 20:14
    out the Ryan is in he had a look on his
  • 20:17
    face man he's pissed off so he does get
  • 20:19
    30 seconds you felt like she was
  • 20:21
    refining you get 30 she ate that I hear
  • 20:23
    what you're saying thank you child just
  • 20:25
    say I don't want to be engaged
  • 20:27
    I wish we were spending all this money
  • 20:28
    in places that I've represented that
  • 20:31
    have been completely forgotten and we
  • 20:32
    were rebuilding but the reality of it is
  • 20:34
    that the United States isn't engaged the
  • 20:37
    Taliban will grow and they won't have
  • 20:40
    bigger bolder terrorists we have got to
  • 20:44
    have some present there is there long
  • 20:47
    before we came in yeah
  • 20:52
    people wanting to Afghanistan thinking
  • 20:55
    that we're going to somehow squash this
  • 20:57
    Taliban I didn't wash them wash them
  • 21:01
    when we weren't in there they started
  • 21:03
    flying planes into our buildings so I'm
  • 21:06
    just saying I thought that was fantastic
  • 21:23
    that was good but anyone could have done
  • 21:25
    that cuz the guy's full of shit that guy
  • 21:27
    she's a soldier look so he goes on with
  • 21:32
    ya the Taliban attack this ok sure has
  • 21:35
    done nothing
  • 21:36
    it takes soldiers over there bonehead
  • 21:39
    he's out he's out he's eliminated
  • 21:41
    permanently for saying that
  • 21:43
    I like Tulsi I thought she finally
  • 21:46
    brought a little bit of fire she needs
  • 21:48
    to dialed up another hundred percent and
  • 21:51
    she could go somewhere I'm not going
  • 21:53
    anywhere in this election she is going
  • 21:55
    into the Senate which is worse we should
  • 21:57
    be a good spot this somebody's got to
  • 21:59
    get rid of this other woman I got a
  • 22:00
    route for somebody well you should have
  • 22:05
    routed for your old pal
  • 22:07
    it's not my old pal Julian and this and
  • 22:11
    I find from a from an American
  • 22:13
    perspective this this it truly is this
  • 22:16
    all the Spanish speaking is is truly I
  • 22:21
    mean why don't we just speak some Somali
  • 22:23
    you know there's a whole bunch of groups
  • 22:25
    we can talk to you why doesn't everyone
  • 22:26
    just get the ax rosetta stone and and
  • 22:29
    bone up on it I mean come on you I find
  • 22:34
    it insulting I really do it's just like
  • 22:36
    because you I know you're talking to
  • 22:38
    you're talking to Americans you're
  • 22:39
    talking to a legal immigrants people who
  • 22:42
    are in America who are Mexican Spanish
  • 22:44
    South American they speak and understand
  • 22:46
    English exactly right that is the reason
  • 22:50
    I don't see why it doesn't make it even
  • 22:53
    more transparent the whole point of of
  • 22:55
    letting as many illegals in as possible
  • 22:57
    and then speaking in Spanish yeah
  • 23:00
    get him to vote you and then you can
  • 23:02
    kick him out afterwards this is the
  • 23:03
    Kennedy there was a there was a
  • 23:05
    hilarious there's a hilarious video on
  • 23:07
    No Agenda social calm of I think it was
  • 23:13
    yeah I think Castro speaking maybe was
  • 23:15
    Beto when during his thing and there's
  • 23:18
    subtitles which say according to the
  • 23:21
    model report no agenda show is the best
  • 23:24
    podcast in the universe
  • 23:26
    I felt I felt pretty left out and I
  • 23:29
    understand kind of what he's saying what
  • 23:31
    they're saying when they do this but no
  • 23:33
    this is just I mean I I could not
  • 23:37
    imagine this happening in any other
  • 23:39
    country people would be up in arms
  • 23:42
    here's like oh oh you speak Spanish but
  • 23:44
    I think most Americans are actually
  • 23:45
    impressed Wow he speaks another language
  • 23:48
    yeah that's odd yeah this is strange
  • 23:51
    sound coming from his mouth maybe
  • 23:52
    speaking in tongues but yeah in
  • 23:55
    combination with with everything about
  • 23:57
    immigration then it's just it's clear
  • 23:59
    what you're doing I mean and that's one
  • 24:01
    way of viewing it but ah you know I've
  • 24:06
    been rear-ended by by illegals in Austin
  • 24:10
    with my truck that is I am around they
  • 24:15
    speak English they really do anyway so
  • 24:23
    I'm looking at some of the tweets from
  • 24:25
    the Democrats and it's funny how the
  • 24:26
    Democrats really come out and they
  • 24:28
    really take you think they'd be a little
  • 24:30
    show business Democrats I'm talking
  • 24:32
    about that Hollywood elites mm-hmm and
  • 24:35
    they come out they're just you know
  • 24:36
    pretty blunt Seth MacFarland
  • 24:39
    candidates please stop yelling we are
  • 24:42
    all on the same side what's the point of
  • 24:45
    a debate then yeah exactly what's the
  • 24:51
    point
  • 24:53
    Mia Farrow all the topic being discussed
  • 24:57
    by these candidates are important I feel
  • 25:02
    proud to be a Democrat little flag the
  • 25:08
    banker was saying he said the
  • 25:10
    interesting take on he says this is why
  • 25:15
    I said there's no reason to watch it he
  • 25:16
    says what Trump had and what Trump did
  • 25:18
    is he took the two issues that no
  • 25:20
    Republican would take on at the time
  • 25:22
    believe it or not it was immigration in
  • 25:24
    China and he just because he had those
  • 25:27
    two things which everyone knows is
  • 25:28
    common sense everybody all sides all
  • 25:32
    Americans and he just yelled those over
  • 25:35
    and over again and forced everybody into
  • 25:37
    it you'll recall the immigration debate
  • 25:38
    was forced by Trump and that's about
  • 25:41
    Trump takes credit for it he's team it
  • 25:43
    reminds us of that
  • 25:44
    right before me no one's even talking
  • 25:47
    about Justin now everybody's talking
  • 25:49
    about how you that's how these days a
  • 25:53
    political debate that's how you get the
  • 25:55
    points is you've got to choose something
  • 25:57
    that no one else really wants to talk
  • 25:59
    about and then yell loudly over
  • 26:00
    everybody else that's what Trump did he
  • 26:02
    took two main main issues and and
  • 26:07
    therefore he was he was the winner from
  • 26:09
    day one on that and just kept hammering
  • 26:11
    and hammering and hammering and everyone
  • 26:12
    sees the logic of it but everyone's
  • 26:14
    afraid I was afraid well there's also a
  • 26:17
    number of people who said I don't
  • 26:19
    understand why they didn't go after
  • 26:20
    Trump more even though they did a little
  • 26:22
    bit jay inslee I said he said something
  • 26:25
    that negative jay inslee by the way it
  • 26:27
    was the guy standing next to the right
  • 26:29
    of Tulsi yeah he's the governor from
  • 26:33
    Washington State who's Oh
  • 26:35
    has a one-issue thing drum pound which
  • 26:38
    is a climate change mm-hmm and he he had
  • 26:41
    a shit-eating grin on his face
  • 26:44
    from the get-go and he just kept it
  • 26:46
    plastered on there so when you saw the
  • 26:48
    camera angle with Ruth Tulsi yakking
  • 26:51
    about something or even anyone down the
  • 26:53
    row and you saw it you didn't kind of
  • 26:56
    nicked his face it gonna have profile
  • 26:58
    but just the front and you could see
  • 27:01
    this dumb smile he had on his face I
  • 27:03
    thought it was like so I mentioned this
  • 27:04
    to Mimi's no no that's that he always
  • 27:06
    has a dumpster resting bitchface this
  • 27:11
    stupid anyway I found the whole thing to
  • 27:14
    be quite tedious no doubt it was a
  • 27:17
    little tedious luckily it was only two
  • 27:19
    hours only tonight's will be a little
  • 27:20
    now who has the debate tonight is that
  • 27:22
    is that CNN is it CNN that that is
  • 27:25
    airing that tonight or is it MSNBC I
  • 27:27
    think it has to be the same people so
  • 27:30
    tonight we have Biden we have Bernie we
  • 27:34
    have is Buddha judge on this one tonight
  • 27:37
    or Z not is enough no he's on the mayor
  • 27:39
    Pete is in trouble man I mean I don't
  • 27:42
    know if you followed this the shooting
  • 27:43
    in in his town and he's a hamlet where
  • 27:46
    he is he is mayor so the only only about
  • 27:49
    a hundred thousand people in the town
  • 27:50
    and I actually have a little report
  • 27:53
    about it but the the main thing is every
  • 27:55
    single time they have video and audio or
  • 27:58
    anything from Mayor Pete in this
  • 27:59
    situation he has his head bowed down he
  • 28:03
    can't really talk he's almost like he's
  • 28:05
    been like he's been gut-punched and and
  • 28:08
    I well if you'd listen to this clip I
  • 28:10
    have my reasoning as to why he feels so
  • 28:13
    downtrodden we have tried but not
  • 28:15
    succeeded to increase diversity in the
  • 28:17
    police department and we need help at
  • 28:20
    home in South Bend Indiana Buddha judge
  • 28:22
    was confronted by accusations of bias in
  • 28:25
    his city's police force got racism aside
  • 28:28
    ago police departments how we supposed
  • 28:30
    assessments
  • 28:31
    I am raising a seven-year-old grandson
  • 28:33
    that when he sees the police he is
  • 28:36
    afraid that is not what's supposed to
  • 28:38
    happen racial tensions flared last week
  • 28:41
    after a white South Bend police officer
  • 28:44
    shot and killed a black man who was
  • 28:46
    allegedly holding a knife
  • 28:49
    the officer was wearing a body camera
  • 28:51
    but it was not turned on if anyone who
  • 28:55
    is on patrol is shown to be a racist or
  • 28:58
    to do something racist in a way that is
  • 29:06
    substantiative that is their last day on
  • 29:09
    the street wrong answer mayor Pete Buda
  • 29:14
    judge dropped off the campaign trail
  • 29:15
    after the shooting last week I just
  • 29:18
    think it's my job I don't know if it's
  • 29:22
    smarter
  • 29:24
    I don't know if it's strategic or not
  • 29:30
    yeah he's actually upset that he's out
  • 29:32
    of the race I mean that's really what
  • 29:34
    he's upset about I'm just gonna call it
  • 29:36
    he doesn't give a crap I don't think he
  • 29:38
    seems like a very ineffective leader
  • 29:40
    yeah well he I'm gonna call you could
  • 29:43
    call that out you're right but he never
  • 29:46
    was in the race to any extent accepted
  • 29:49
    novelty novelty act yes one of the spook
  • 29:53
    novelties spook novelty he's not in the
  • 29:57
    race for president anyway he wants to
  • 30:00
    move up to the State House or this
  • 30:02
    government governor or senator it's just
  • 30:04
    like tulsi there were these people and I
  • 30:07
    don't know how many of them are running
  • 30:08
    that are on this who I put in this
  • 30:10
    category those two for sure they're just
  • 30:13
    running to raise their public profile
  • 30:15
    get some free airtime and then run for
  • 30:17
    Senate or something else it does that of
  • 30:20
    all the candidates is there a single
  • 30:22
    black American I think Booker is hmm
  • 30:28
    he's brown but is he is he a Joss or is
  • 30:33
    he say Dawson hmm I'm not so sure I'll
  • 30:35
    have to look into it I'd be surprised if
  • 30:37
    he was it well tonight should be just as
  • 30:43
    dumb honest no no today I'll be better I
  • 30:46
    think it'll be great cuz they got you're
  • 30:48
    gonna have to deal with Bernie sorry
  • 30:53
    really what's that one to play a little
  • 30:55
    jingle about Bernie and an oldie
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    Bernie's got a big black problem oh yes
  • 31:20
    he does he's got a huge black problem I
  • 31:23
    have a clip yeah that's why he'll never
  • 31:24
    that's why he can't can't win now I got
  • 31:28
    another bunch of panelists that came up
  • 31:30
    on NBC that talked about the debates and
  • 31:32
    I kind of concentrate on NBC because
  • 31:34
    they gave the debates they had people
  • 31:36
    backstage they had the whole thing going
  • 31:37
    on and there was I've got three clips
  • 31:41
    one of them is the most important one I
  • 31:43
    think which because they read they
  • 31:45
    introduced or one of the panelists
  • 31:47
    introduced this term which was actually
  • 31:50
    brought up by I can't remember which of
  • 31:53
    the guys up there
  • 31:54
    oh I know exactly what you're talking
  • 31:56
    about but the term is repress justice it
  • 32:02
    was beautiful and I will do it was one
  • 32:04
    of the panelists that's rude out there I
  • 32:06
    was Amy or son who was the dude it was a
  • 32:09
    dude it was it was de Blasio yeah a
  • 32:13
    troll room might know yeah I think it
  • 32:15
    was de Blasio whatever was just a little
  • 32:17
    discussion of it the hosts a post-show
  • 32:21
    discussion yeah post show it is also
  • 32:24
    related to making sure that you can
  • 32:26
    raise your family in a safe community
  • 32:27
    that you have access to health care
  • 32:29
    throughout that child's life and your
  • 32:31
    own life and that they can rise up the
  • 32:33
    socio-economic ladder so it's a more
  • 32:35
    holistic approach and that was a radical
  • 32:38
    moment to say reproductive justice
  • 32:39
    innovating yes and I think I mean
  • 32:42
    Hillary Clinton did talk about
  • 32:43
    reproductive justice in the 2016
  • 32:46
    campaign breach to Planned Parenthood
  • 32:47
    but I cannot recall her saying those
  • 32:50
    words and it to be and that's the big
  • 32:52
    moment so what did you think Jackie I
  • 32:53
    mean did you feel like the issue the
  • 32:56
    women's rights and and the issue around
  • 32:57
    abortion was adequately addressed by the
  • 32:59
    candidates yeah I do and I really did
  • 33:02
    appreciate Amy Klobuchar zinger but yeah
  • 33:04
    Ainsley you are
  • 33:07
    they're bands with you but I perhaps a
  • 33:11
    little bit so if you did make a pretty
  • 33:13
    bold man not he was only accurate in
  • 33:16
    saying that yeah he was the only person
  • 33:18
    to predict abortion rights and which you
  • 33:20
    don't meanwhile there are there were
  • 33:22
    three female candidates on the stage you
  • 33:23
    have also pretty much dedicated videos
  • 33:25
    really one in the same legislation
  • 33:27
    yeah but what I'm actually really
  • 33:29
    curious is to see Joe Biden answer that
  • 33:31
    question tomorrow and I was actually
  • 33:32
    pretty surprised that Biden's name
  • 33:33
    didn't come up during that conversation
  • 33:34
    because he is the one candidate who has
  • 33:36
    been a bit behind the curve especially
  • 33:38
    in the conversation of reproductive
  • 33:40
    justice because he hasn't seemed to
  • 33:42
    understand that a lot of the issues
  • 33:44
    around reproductive justice
  • 33:46
    disproportionately affects women of
  • 33:48
    color and he's kind of the Heidemann
  • 33:50
    exactly and you know there was that
  • 33:51
    reporting that his top female advisors
  • 33:54
    had to educate him on why it was
  • 33:56
    important for him to change his mind and
  • 33:58
    flip-flop on the Hyde Amendment because
  • 34:00
    it disproportionately affect communities
  • 34:02
    of color and I'm so happy to hear these
  • 34:04
    white women talking about reproductive
  • 34:06
    justice as I read from the Wikipedia on
  • 34:09
    the subject reproductive justice is the
  • 34:12
    human right to maintain personal bodily
  • 34:15
    autonomy have children not have children
  • 34:19
    and parent the children we have in safe
  • 34:22
    and sustainable communities and this is
  • 34:25
    according to sister song women of color
  • 34:27
    reproductive justice collective the
  • 34:30
    first organization founded to build a
  • 34:32
    reproductive justice movement and let's
  • 34:37
    see yeah this is a a all done by black
  • 34:42
    women they've set this up and they and
  • 34:46
    doesn't sound exactly the way they are
  • 34:48
    talking about it the white women I hear
  • 34:50
    hear well it's gonna morph because you
  • 34:54
    know we've talked about this on the show
  • 34:56
    and people should realize that we see
  • 34:58
    the the difference and it's not my eye
  • 35:02
    it was somebody else who brought this up
  • 35:04
    and years ago and it says they did you
  • 35:06
    realize this is what it's all about the
  • 35:08
    Democrats are for I have two themes
  • 35:11
    justice so the drop the word justice on
  • 35:14
    anything it's great justice and equality
  • 35:16
    and the Republicans are freedom and
  • 35:18
    liberty
  • 35:19
    and so you'll see in their literature
  • 35:21
    either side you'll find a lot of
  • 35:23
    references to freedom and liberty on the
  • 35:26
    Republican side or the conservative side
  • 35:27
    you'll see a lot of references to
  • 35:29
    justice and equality to the point which
  • 35:32
    is a problem for the Democrats because
  • 35:34
    equality leads to egalitarianism which
  • 35:38
    leads to situations like they have in
  • 35:40
    Sweden where people don't understand
  • 35:42
    that not everybody is in the Galit area
  • 35:44
    and you bring in a bunch of outsiders
  • 35:46
    who don't believe in this sort of thing
  • 35:47
    and yet you have all kinds of issues and
  • 35:50
    egalitarianism is a serious problem
  • 35:52
    generally speaking just this is what it
  • 35:55
    is freedom and liberty is kind of both
  • 35:58
    kind of variations of the same theme
  • 36:00
    well as you just heard that term the way
  • 36:02
    it was used reproductive justice could
  • 36:04
    you sum it up in one sentence what that
  • 36:06
    is I mean I have it here so I'm curious
  • 36:07
    what you think just having heard that
  • 36:09
    what do you think that means
  • 36:10
    reproductive justice what is that
  • 36:12
    definition I think it means freedom -
  • 36:15
    did you raise kids the way you want
  • 36:17
    reproductive justice focuses on abortion
  • 36:21
    access rather than abortion rights
  • 36:24
    asserting that the legal right to
  • 36:26
    abortion is meaningless for women who
  • 36:28
    cannot access it due to cost distance or
  • 36:31
    other obstacles so no one's using it
  • 36:34
    right they just throw and throwing it
  • 36:35
    around yeah well you're right if that's
  • 36:37
    the case because if it's just an
  • 36:39
    abortion issue there's again though I'd
  • 36:42
    the Democrats do this they take the word
  • 36:44
    justice and they drop it here and they
  • 36:46
    drop it there and then when they do I
  • 36:47
    was oh and they all get worked up about
  • 36:52
    it and this is another example of that
  • 36:54
    but it's gonna be in the pin play it's
  • 36:56
    in now in play yes and I believe it will
  • 36:59
    become in play during the presidential
  • 37:02
    the Republicans and one of the reasons I
  • 37:05
    think we like to do this show and have a
  • 37:06
    lot we have a lot of Republican
  • 37:08
    listeners or conservatives is that they
  • 37:11
    won't get caught off guard I think a lot
  • 37:14
    of Republicans and chris surfaces will
  • 37:16
    get caught off guard when they it's a
  • 37:18
    strong term it's a great word that given
  • 37:21
    just just just put justice yeah it's
  • 37:23
    just to put the word justice anywhere
  • 37:25
    that podcasts justice people
  • 37:29
    that's what we need Podcast justice and
  • 37:32
    when you hear that you're like shit I
  • 37:34
    can't refute that podcasters need
  • 37:36
    justice you know what it means who cares
  • 37:38
    who cares podcasters need justice here's
  • 37:45
    another thing a little bit more about I
  • 37:46
    think that was reproductive justice
  • 37:48
    because once you play the Joe Biden
  • 37:51
    apologizing clip these are my personal
  • 37:53
    beliefs but I recognize what the rest of
  • 37:55
    the country was out of me and I need to
  • 37:57
    try to meet the country where they are
  • 37:58
    and I think Joe Biden needs to sort of
  • 38:01
    articulate that tomorrow but how do you
  • 38:03
    do that stylistically so that you still
  • 38:05
    convey those are why I'm not a president
  • 38:09
    it's difficult for Joe Biden you can say
  • 38:12
    look I'm a Catholic this is what I
  • 38:13
    believe there are many rule at 70 plus
  • 38:15
    percent of Americans consider themselves
  • 38:17
    as Christians so he's not alone a lot of
  • 38:19
    people have that belief however I do
  • 38:21
    understand the importance of women's
  • 38:23
    reproductive rights and I want to make
  • 38:25
    sure and I'm on the side of women simple
  • 38:27
    right but there is a because when you
  • 38:31
    apologize once then when does your bite
  • 38:33
    and sort apologizing for everything I
  • 38:35
    need a he'll do no justice do you think
  • 38:41
    that's the trick when you have a long
  • 38:43
    record it's like when you have this you
  • 38:44
    know decades-long record you're gonna
  • 38:46
    have a lot to explain and I think that
  • 38:48
    you know the crime bill is another thing
  • 38:49
    that's going to come up it came up for
  • 38:51
    Hillary Clinton even though she wasn't
  • 38:52
    in office but Joe Biden wrote that crime
  • 38:54
    bill and know there's a lot of black
  • 38:55
    people in prison as a result and so he's
  • 38:57
    going to have to speak to that
  • 38:58
    constituency and explain you know right
  • 39:01
    I didn't see these for these
  • 39:03
    circumstances I didn't foresee it the
  • 39:04
    evolution you know yeah that's not gonna
  • 39:06
    work
  • 39:07
    oh it's gonna fall for the night I
  • 39:09
    didn't know how I didn't know that what
  • 39:12
    the policy Woodrow no I'm sorry I think
  • 39:15
    that he's got the same black problem
  • 39:17
    that Bernie has well this is bringing in
  • 39:21
    Camelot Harris by the way but this is an
  • 39:24
    irony mmm kamilly Harris is not
  • 39:26
    respected by blacks generally speaking
  • 39:29
    no aide does black so and but Bernie
  • 39:33
    doesn't I'm not burn actually Bernie and
  • 39:35
    Biden neither one of them know this they
  • 39:37
    don't get have a clue I mean well let
  • 39:41
    this be
  • 39:41
    allow me to play a clip about Bernie
  • 39:45
    from Antonio more from a das what up
  • 39:48
    y'all this is Antonio Moore coming to
  • 39:50
    you from Tonka trucks coming to you
  • 39:51
    briefly with a quick hit because I got
  • 39:53
    no notification that Bernie Sanders is
  • 39:55
    talking about forgiving all the student
  • 39:57
    did well on one hand you can see that
  • 39:58
    it's totally commendable if you don't
  • 40:00
    give it context you don't understand
  • 40:01
    that this is the same man that has
  • 40:03
    talked about not giving cash payment for
  • 40:05
    reparations that talks about the cost of
  • 40:08
    reparations I understand that student
  • 40:09
    debt is for giving them one and a half
  • 40:11
    trillion dollars in debt and primarily
  • 40:13
    will go to white folks because of the
  • 40:15
    amount of them to go to college versus
  • 40:17
    us fundamentally my belief is that even
  • 40:19
    as somebody who has six figures and
  • 40:21
    student debt that you don't forgive that
  • 40:22
    debt until you until you make your debts
  • 40:24
    whole that regarding reparations don't
  • 40:26
    give black families reparations to white
  • 40:29
    middle class and white upper-class
  • 40:30
    families that took on student debt it
  • 40:32
    just doesn't work that way I say to you
  • 40:34
    today what I believe should happen is
  • 40:36
    that Bernie Sanders should come out in
  • 40:38
    support of reparations first that Bernie
  • 40:40
    Sanders should commit to a ten trillion
  • 40:42
    dollar reparations plan to be paid over
  • 40:44
    ten years a trillion a year only to $1
  • 40:47
    American descendants of slavery to make
  • 40:49
    these families whole and should
  • 40:50
    guarantee an apology for slavery if he
  • 40:52
    does become president after that one and
  • 40:55
    a half trillion dollars student loan
  • 40:56
    forgiveness plan which I'll be in full
  • 40:58
    support of
  • 41:00
    so you know he Elizabeth Warren Kamala
  • 41:05
    Harris and does Biden support the the
  • 41:07
    cancelling of student debt yet is he um
  • 41:09
    is he on the the debt train or has he
  • 41:11
    done no he has not actually and I could
  • 41:14
    be wrong but as far as I know he's not
  • 41:16
    and I don't think he will and by the way
  • 41:19
    this is the one of the main figures of
  • 41:22
    the American descendants of slavery he
  • 41:24
    what he's doing is YouTube from his car
  • 41:26
    and I and I said they sent a message out
  • 41:29
    said you know you really should get on a
  • 41:31
    stage it's not gonna get attention doing
  • 41:35
    youtubes from your car that is not how
  • 41:37
    you get a move any tips from their car
  • 41:39
    not how you get a movement going
  • 41:41
    so that doesn't matter they don't need
  • 41:45
    him got everybody else you know the
  • 41:47
    student debt cancellation is beautiful
  • 41:49
    they're all the kids love it oh the kids
  • 41:53
    except for the kids who chose not to go
  • 41:55
    to college he was saying whoa where are
  • 41:58
    the kids who paid off their student
  • 42:00
    debts mm-hmm they're not gonna be too
  • 42:03
    pleased with this that's the problem
  • 42:05
    with this kind of you know Jubilee or
  • 42:08
    any kind of dead holiday it's like wait
  • 42:11
    a minute
  • 42:12
    so I should have just been a you know as
  • 42:14
    a slouch and never paid anything and I'd
  • 42:15
    be home free that's what you're saying
  • 42:17
    you're encouraging that that's why it
  • 42:19
    doesn't work well here's what was
  • 42:22
    interesting last night my dinner with
  • 42:24
    the former New York banker he schooled
  • 42:27
    me on mmm tea which I know you've been
  • 42:30
    looking into which is this modern
  • 42:31
    monetary theory yeah and the idea is you
  • 42:35
    can print a hell of a lot more money
  • 42:37
    right as than we're doing right now
  • 42:39
    because it doesn't matter and he made a
  • 42:42
    very compelling argument which I can't
  • 42:44
    really he compared it to Japan really he
  • 42:47
    says look you know what he called a
  • 42:49
    liquidity trap he says it turns out and
  • 42:51
    he and he knows I mean he was in the
  • 42:53
    sovereign wealth sector so he know he
  • 42:55
    knows a lot about global economics he
  • 42:57
    said we can print trillions more it does
  • 42:59
    not matter and no matter how I parade he
  • 43:04
    had an answer and I know you've looked
  • 43:06
    into it and you know it seems
  • 43:10
    that unlike what everyone from the the
  • 43:14
    Austrian School of Economics thinks that
  • 43:17
    it does indeed work and that we can we
  • 43:19
    could fund the debt cancellation we
  • 43:22
    could put in another 30 trillion into
  • 43:24
    green new deal we could do some
  • 43:26
    reparations we could do anything we want
  • 43:28
    because it does not matter your take
  • 43:30
    John C Dvorak well I think people are
  • 43:33
    looking at this are about modern
  • 43:36
    monetary theory they're looking at it
  • 43:38
    from the wrong perspective first of all
  • 43:40
    it's not about how much money is in
  • 43:42
    circulation or anything like that it's
  • 43:44
    about income inequality and if you
  • 43:47
    listen to the people that promote this
  • 43:50
    idea and you can just draw in he's right
  • 43:52
    it doesn't matter I don't think it does
  • 43:53
    either and it's not gonna matter when it
  • 43:55
    comes to when it comes to the fact that
  • 43:59
    there's an income in fact it may worsen
  • 44:01
    income inequality based on the economic
  • 44:06
    cycle and based on what the and this
  • 44:09
    woman I think her name is slot can or
  • 44:11
    something like that and she is the
  • 44:12
    economic policy person for Bernie and
  • 44:15
    she's one of the big promoters of MMT
  • 44:17
    and she made this comment once and
  • 44:19
    that's was stuck with me and when she
  • 44:21
    soon she said it I said well wait a
  • 44:23
    minute oh I thought it was just a dog
  • 44:25
    whistle comment but it to use that term
  • 44:28
    but then I realized it's not she said
  • 44:31
    income inequality was lessening it was
  • 44:35
    getting better it was getting better and
  • 44:37
    better and better until 1980 that's the
  • 44:40
    dog whistle 1980 is a code word for
  • 44:42
    Reagan trickle-down trickle-down Reagan
  • 44:46
    and the Republicans got in and then the
  • 44:48
    then the income inequality got worse and
  • 44:51
    worse and then if you look at the cycles
  • 44:53
    apparently it was worsening just before
  • 44:55
    the depression which is the giveaway in
  • 44:57
    1929 income inequality or night 28 it
  • 45:01
    was horrible and then the depression
  • 45:03
    came 1980 is the end of another
  • 45:06
    depression that took place in the 70s in
  • 45:09
    other words these folks their whole
  • 45:12
    orientation I have a presentation I
  • 45:14
    could write up their whole orientation
  • 45:16
    yes put us into an economics tailspin
  • 45:20
    sink the economy so everybody's broke
  • 45:24
    then you have no income inequality it's
  • 45:26
    all evened out and I'm reminded of that
  • 45:29
    one of the Koch brothers I think it was
  • 45:32
    David it had a special on him on one of
  • 45:34
    these networks and he said we were
  • 45:35
    almost a bankrupt company in the 1970s
  • 45:38
    everybody in the 1970s was going broke
  • 45:41
    there was no wealth whatsoever I went
  • 45:44
    through it and it was that's when income
  • 45:47
    inequality Joe starts to shrink course
  • 45:50
    it does because everybody's broke and
  • 45:52
    then 1980 comes along and says
  • 45:54
    prosperity starts to grow and grow and
  • 45:56
    grow income inequality starts to grow
  • 45:59
    and grow and that's just gonna always be
  • 46:02
    the case so unless you want to put us in
  • 46:04
    a perpetual depression where everybody's
  • 46:07
    broke right but it's the Democrats who
  • 46:11
    are who are saying this so you'd expect
  • 46:13
    them the more socialist individuals of
  • 46:16
    our society to want everyone to be
  • 46:18
    depressed and broke and maybe they want
  • 46:20
    that but they do but boy they want us
  • 46:23
    all to be broke but what they're saying
  • 46:25
    is the opposite will have the opposite
  • 46:26
    effect well they're wrong it didn't
  • 46:32
    matter what I said he had an answer
  • 46:34
    that's kind of his MO sometimes anyway
  • 46:36
    you met him but the one thing we did
  • 46:40
    agree on was how awful the removal of
  • 46:45
    the ordinance rules in Austin is that
  • 46:48
    now people can pitch tents on the
  • 46:50
    sidewalk but here's here's what he added
  • 46:54
    to it he said although it's horrible and
  • 46:55
    and it turns out that our governor
  • 46:58
    Abbott he tweeted out that he was going
  • 47:01
    to oh he was going to make some laws to
  • 47:03
    stop this is it we can't have this if
  • 47:04
    any if any Texas city thinks they can do
  • 47:06
    that we're gonna write legislation to
  • 47:08
    stop it
  • 47:09
    the banker said actually having homeless
  • 47:14
    living on the street or the unhoused
  • 47:16
    is a sign of great wealth of great
  • 47:20
    wealth of the society because we are so
  • 47:24
    wealthy but let's just say California
  • 47:25
    but we'll add Austin to the mix so
  • 47:28
    crushed prosperous then we don't care if
  • 47:30
    people are poop on the streets poop what
  • 47:34
    you want everything's great
  • 47:36
    so we're say so his theory is that that
  • 47:39
    that is a sign of great prosperity
  • 47:43
    prosperity yes decadence yes exactly
  • 47:46
    which is so decadent that you don't give
  • 47:49
    a crap yes homeless Tramp this pathetic
  • 47:58
    soul poops in front of us I think it is
  • 48:04
    the term that what is the term we're so
  • 48:08
    wealthy we don't give a shit I think I
  • 48:11
    think that's what it comes down to you
  • 48:13
    can do one on the street and he has a
  • 48:15
    point look at California actually hit
  • 48:18
    one there I thought it was out of the
  • 48:20
    park as I stopped the conversation I got
  • 48:22
    to write this down I can't believe you
  • 48:23
    just said that and even though we don't
  • 48:26
    like it it truly shows you in a latest
  • 48:29
    very wealthy society maybe equitable to
  • 48:35
    the Romans or maybe the Weimar Republic
  • 48:38
    had a lot of this stuff going on before
  • 48:39
    every well that's crazy it's some solid
  • 48:43
    examples in San Francisco the poop map
  • 48:46
    and all the rest began after Twitter
  • 48:48
    Jack Dorsey and the folks on theirs they
  • 48:52
    had a bunch of porta-potties near not in
  • 48:55
    front not on the street but near the
  • 48:57
    Twitter headquarters in San Francisco
  • 48:59
    yes and it was and it was this oh we
  • 49:02
    can't have these porta-potties it just
  • 49:04
    it makes a bunch of homeless around them
  • 49:08
    and they get in line and have to poop
  • 49:09
    there I'd rather I'd rather not see the
  • 49:11
    porta-potties that's just a little bit
  • 49:13
    too much for me so just get rid of those
  • 49:15
    get rid of those ugly things and let the
  • 49:18
    homeless go somewhere else well the sad
  • 49:22
    part of it all is the only solutions
  • 49:24
    that they'll throw out there cavalierly
  • 49:26
    is we need affordable housing which is
  • 49:29
    just more money for them I own that
  • 49:32
    piece that's put some affordable housing
  • 49:34
    on that yeah this is a good idea and it
  • 49:37
    jacks up the rents everywhere moves
  • 49:38
    people out gentrified yeah I I can't I
  • 49:41
    cannot get a witness
  • 49:42
    I'm loving this idea of the argument
  • 49:45
    that's just rich decadent elites that
  • 49:48
    don't care if anybody's dying it for
  • 49:52
    Louise was that a dead man you stepped
  • 49:55
    over oh my is he breathing
  • 49:59
    well you kick him for me Bruce and find
  • 50:03
    out blew my mind with that what's going
  • 50:13
    on because that's what we're seeing yeah
  • 50:15
    it Lamborghini dealer and then there's a
  • 50:18
    guy pooping I mean come on and and and
  • 50:20
    the wealth is gone to our heads
  • 50:22
    it's gone to our heads because the
  • 50:26
    people who aren't super rich and don't
  • 50:28
    mind this you know feel kind of
  • 50:30
    powerless yeah I'm doing okay let me
  • 50:33
    just not rock the boat here I'm just
  • 50:35
    gonna I'll just step over it I'm
  • 50:39
    fortunate I've got privilege and by the
  • 50:42
    way most people pooping on the streets
  • 50:44
    of Austin or white just so you know how
  • 50:49
    about just during the debates was there
  • 50:51
    any green New Deal crap cuz I got a
  • 50:52
    couple clips from from Europe that I
  • 50:54
    want to share and I didn't pick anything
  • 50:56
    up particularly I mean they didn't
  • 50:59
    really get into it they were mostly I
  • 51:02
    don't know
  • 51:03
    I think there'll be something tonight
  • 51:07
    but they didn't get into it too much I
  • 51:09
    mean the guy who would have gotten into
  • 51:10
    it was Inslee cuz he's pretty much oh
  • 51:12
    shoot I just have an idea I'm sorry I
  • 51:14
    just want to go back to the homelessness
  • 51:15
    thing
  • 51:16
    let's just take it for true that this is
  • 51:19
    the incredible wealth and what would
  • 51:22
    over some of the terms we used in
  • 51:25
    decades
  • 51:25
    decadence now the pooping on streets
  • 51:27
    yeah decadence this you know what this
  • 51:29
    calls for this calls for a reality show
  • 51:31
    you know lifting someone from the street
  • 51:34
    you know we would this the
  • 51:39
    no I mean it's like your town could be
  • 51:42
    next week story what yeah Pygmalion you
  • 51:45
    know not my favorite lady you get
  • 51:47
    somebody's just trading places trading
  • 51:50
    places
  • 51:50
    trading places that's it that's it all
  • 51:52
    right so so yeah so there wasn't a lot
  • 51:54
    of green New Deal is what I'm what I'm
  • 51:56
    hearing I didn't I didn't see any
  • 51:58
    actually in my scan a couple of climate
  • 52:00
    changes maybe but nothing substantial
  • 52:03
    because it wasn't you know cozy yeah
  • 52:06
    well didn't get I mean there's still
  • 52:09
    there's still this but gets me there's a
  • 52:12
    large group of Democrats that are
  • 52:14
    bitching and moaning about defect and
  • 52:16
    they didn't want to bring it up I think
  • 52:17
    because they're worried about getting
  • 52:18
    tossed because they're not supposed to
  • 52:20
    discuss climate change as it as a debate
  • 52:23
    they don't want to debate climate change
  • 52:25
    of course there's a bunch of Democrats
  • 52:26
    that want to actually have one of the
  • 52:28
    debates just be about climate change and
  • 52:30
    I'm thinking to myself who what what
  • 52:34
    would that be like everybody and the
  • 52:36
    Democrat Party is in on the whole idea
  • 52:39
    that we're gonna all die in 12 years and
  • 52:42
    so there wouldn't be much of a debate
  • 52:44
    there's just be a lot of agreement in
  • 52:46
    the head nodding exactly well over in
  • 52:49
    the UK there's there's a big push once
  • 52:52
    again this is all on the backdrop of the
  • 52:53
    g20 which we'll talk about which is
  • 52:55
    taking place this weekend but Sky News
  • 52:57
    really stuck it to the British people
  • 53:00
    with this little expose and a new term
  • 53:02
    or a term that is being rejuvenated was
  • 53:06
    introduced to the lexicon in the 18th
  • 53:09
    century the Industrial Revolution
  • 53:10
    kick-started economic growth and modern
  • 53:13
    capitalism but only at the cost of
  • 53:15
    pumping out millions of tons of carbon
  • 53:18
    into the atmosphere as the years ticked
  • 53:21
    on by from iron and steel production to
  • 53:25
    coal and steam power plants and
  • 53:28
    factories and for centuries Britain was
  • 53:32
    the only name in the game the world's
  • 53:33
    economic engine the world's richest
  • 53:36
    economy and by far the world's biggest
  • 53:39
    polluter but just look at what happens
  • 53:42
    at the start of the 20th century America
  • 53:44
    finally begins to overtake us
  • 53:47
    but these ever-increasing bars tell
  • 53:50
    another story the richer we've got the
  • 53:54
    more we've polluted and it all comes
  • 53:57
    back to the fact that we never put a
  • 53:58
    price on waste until now because we're
  • 54:02
    scientists predicting a climate
  • 54:04
    catastrophe and with China pumping ever
  • 54:06
    more pollution into the atmosphere the
  • 54:10
    greatest challenge of the next century
  • 54:12
    is going to be managing this carbon debt
  • 54:15
    the debt that Britain started alright
  • 54:21
    Britain it's your fault first of all so
  • 54:24
    we're looking at you second climate debt
  • 54:27
    I like this this could be now this is a
  • 54:32
    financial instrument now they've finally
  • 54:34
    done it you could be born and the
  • 54:37
    government could place a climate debt on
  • 54:39
    your head and you would have to work
  • 54:43
    that off during your life you would have
  • 54:46
    to do things to remove your climate debt
  • 54:51
    have you heard this term I think I might
  • 54:56
    have heard it along with climate justice
  • 54:59
    using that term again as kind of a their
  • 55:04
    fishing looks like they're fishing I got
  • 55:06
    a these terms and they're throwing about
  • 55:09
    to see what happens
  • 55:10
    that may have but if it would have been
  • 55:13
    a while back so they're shaming the
  • 55:15
    British people into into this climate
  • 55:19
    debt corner and with that comes an open
  • 55:22
    letter from yes an open letter from
  • 55:26
    investors with 34 trillion dollars worth
  • 55:30
    of assets just ready to invest Europe is
  • 55:33
    braced for a record-breaking heat wave
  • 55:36
    temperatures forecast to hit 40 degrees
  • 55:38
    Celsius across much of the continent for
  • 55:41
    many it's yet another sign of global
  • 55:44
    warming now some of the world's top
  • 55:46
    investors are joining calls for action
  • 55:48
    money managers responsible for 34
  • 55:51
    trillion dollars in assets have signed a
  • 55:53
    joint letter demanding change
  • 55:56
    they account for nearly half the world's
  • 55:58
    invested capital signatories include
  • 56:00
    legal and general investment management
  • 56:03
    and CalPERS California's Public
  • 56:05
    Employees Retirement Fund but the
  • 56:08
    world's two biggest asset managers are
  • 56:10
    missing from the list Blackrock and
  • 56:12
    Vanguard wouldn't give specific reasons
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    for not signing now the letter comes
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    days before a g20 summit in Japan the
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    investors call on governments to work
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    with them on action against climate
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    change they support the Paris agreement
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    on global warming struck in 2015 it
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    calls on governments to keep average
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    temperature rises to less than two
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    degrees above pre-industrial levels yet
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    the world is on track for an average
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    increase of at least three degrees by
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    the end of the century in Europe right
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    now it feels a whole lot hotter than
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    that so the way I read this open letter
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    is these are government quasi government
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    investors it's not Blackrock and
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    Vanguard is not the commercial guys
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    they're not stupid I'm not putting my
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    money in that but the California
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    government employees is pension fund
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    what was it
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    yeppers CalPERS yeah that's that's
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    that's what that's like government
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    almost isn't it no it's a big giant if
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    you work for the state or regional
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    governments a lot of cities I think even
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    the money goes in the CalPERS as a it's
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    like a it's like a retirement system
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    right but they so they want to put your
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    retirement money at risk in this
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    cockamamie climate to the change in
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    California and they're suckers make it
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    point that I wanted just I don't like I
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    don't like the Bill Gates thing where
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    you make a bunch of rich guys pledge not
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    well the Warren Buffett pledge the
  • 57:54
    Warren Buffett pledge this is a you know
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    I don't like I never liked it I really
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    disliked Grover Norquist and he had this
  • 58:01
    piece of paper he made Republicans
  • 58:03
    conservative side during I think it was
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    some during Bush's administration and it
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    tax pleasure you never raise taxes and
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    you you write this you sign this pledge
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    I don't like people signing these
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    pledges I don't like organization
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    signing him I think it's like your why
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    are you doing it yo don't you have you
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    no control over your own future your own
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    I mean why am i so what would I be
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    shamed in the same worth to bugger wish
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    worth 10 billion and I'm now gonna be
  • 58:33
    shamed into signing away five billion of
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    this oh that's easy one
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    it's dumb I know but this is missing to
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    do with Mars first of all I didn't
  • 58:45
    realize that for example I do remember
  • 58:47
    when Ted Turner pledged like you know a
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    billion dollars to some university or
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    something and then he just reneged you
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    if you get worth 10 billion dollars you
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    can sign anything you want and just say
  • 58:58
    screw you and don't do it and which but
  • 59:01
    then again not just that's that's not
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    what's happening that what's happening
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    with those guys is different you know
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    very wealthy people I mean really
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    wealthy people I know very wealthy
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    people and people with so much wealth
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    who can and have purchased anything they
  • 59:17
    want any kind of love but they can't get
  • 59:20
    respect from the people so it's a virtue
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    signal they want to be like please like
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    I don't care how much money I have to
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    pledge just like me I don't want people
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    to look at me sideways please like me
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    yeah I understand that's probably
  • 59:36
    exactly what it is but the but that's
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    not my point my point is that nobody
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    should be signing pledges like this and
  • 59:44
    especially government employees who are
  • 59:47
    sighted who signed that Grover Norquist
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    thing if I get a representative and
  • 59:52
    working for me and the state senator or
  • 59:55
    whatever I want him to be beholding to
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    the public that voted him him I don't
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    want him being beholden to some guy
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    Grover Norquist I think it's like wait
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    what are you pledging to this guy for
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    you're working for me right no argument
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    there
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    the final thing on the New York banker
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    he has and he said ah you know
  • 1:00:22
    he's Brits some article which he sent to
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    me which I haven't read yet about to
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    grid calculations and it turns out that
  • 1:00:28
    you really don't need that much gas to
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    pick up the slack on wind and solar is
  • 1:00:35
    all these grid calculations and turns
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    out it really works and you don't need
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    unlike that sounds like bullcrap and he
  • 1:00:41
    just was going on and on and then we got
  • 1:00:43
    into an argument he said well as you
  • 1:00:45
    know DC power is much more efficient to
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    transmit I'm like stop what now please
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    tell me that's wrong I mean I just can't
  • 1:00:55
    I mean no DC power is not more efficient
  • 1:00:59
    to transmit over lines is it DC power is
  • 1:01:04
    more efficient in a lot of things we're
  • 1:01:06
    short opinion you're high so if
  • 1:01:08
    long-range transmission is one of them I
  • 1:01:11
    don't believe it is no that can't be
  • 1:01:13
    Tesla and Edison fought about yes and
  • 1:01:18
    they had to do with transmission I
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    believe in the end of the at the end of
  • 1:01:22
    the day mm-hmm yeah I'll see you that
  • 1:01:26
    article we got we got to deconstruct
  • 1:01:28
    this because all of a sudden he's all in
  • 1:01:29
    on wind and solar works like and you
  • 1:01:31
    know that means someone else in the in
  • 1:01:34
    the elite circles is thinking it he's
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    never gonna take me out to dinner after
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    he hears this sure you will you're wrong
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    wrong again curry and with that I would
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    like to thank you for your courage in
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    the morning to you the man in the in the
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    morning to the trolls in the troll room
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    that's to be found and open and
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    available for everybody and no agendas
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    dream.com it's not just our show we do
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    it live on Sundays and Thursdays and you
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    can troll along and make really funny
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    one-liners and virtue signal do anything
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    you want there go ahead and bring it
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    while you're listening to the live
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    stream but you can do it 24/7 because
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    there's always cool shows there are
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    different opinions different topics it
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    is running 24 hours a day no agenda
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    stream comm also in the morning a
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    two-hour artiste for
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    episode 11 49 the title of that was
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    couple of reds and this was created by
  • 1:02:41
    Mike Riley we had a number of choices we
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    we selected the I guess I'd made a
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    comment that Robert DeNiro in that Trump
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    hate video looked like something the cat
  • 1:02:52
    had puked up like a hairball yes they
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    made a piece of art with it look like a
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    cat a giant cat that just puked out
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    Robert De Niro and we can every kind of
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    liked it it was good looking back at the
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    ghettos and art for the newsletter
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    mm-hmm and I realize that we haven't
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    heard from Thorin one of our most long
  • 1:03:22
    time yes yes you're right I think he's
  • 1:03:25
    overboard could be it could be I'll tell
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    you so I'm gonna start finding I'm gonna
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    see other ones that I've noticed that it
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    just kind of went overboard or there
  • 1:03:35
    stopped producing or they just gave up
  • 1:03:37
    so it's already had a lot of hits and it
  • 1:03:39
    was like but he just stopped I was I was
  • 1:03:43
    out in the front yard yesterday and my
  • 1:03:45
    neighbor Steve comes over now as you
  • 1:03:47
    know we moved into this beautiful little
  • 1:03:49
    area small little cul-de-sac and I'm not
  • 1:03:52
    walking around at any for any reason in
  • 1:03:55
    Austin going yeah I got a podcast you
  • 1:03:57
    should listen you know it's like I don't
  • 1:04:01
    know what people are thinking that yeah
  • 1:04:03
    but you know we plan to live here for a
  • 1:04:05
    long time and I want people to you know
  • 1:04:07
    you listen you listen to our show for 15
  • 1:04:10
    minutes you know it's some people may
  • 1:04:13
    get the wrong impression
  • 1:04:15
    so I'd never mention anything Steve
  • 1:04:18
    comes over he says hey I was the
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    honeymoon
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    Steve's a Vietnam vet he's I think he's
  • 1:04:24
    probably around 70 in his 70s
  • 1:04:26
    retired and if that was your honeymoon
  • 1:04:29
    yes grace a well you know I got to tell
  • 1:04:32
    you what I'm a douche bag what yeah I'm
  • 1:04:37
    a douche bag I've been listening to your
  • 1:04:39
    show
  • 1:04:40
    all right okay I really like it
  • 1:04:44
    he says I don't like Trump says I want
  • 1:04:46
    America to win so the lot of people hate
  • 1:04:48
    Trump but that was funny
  • 1:04:50
    you guys are good Wow how about that Wow
  • 1:04:54
    the next-door neighbor yeah thank
  • 1:04:57
    goodness
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    Christie I think Steve's kinda drop or
  • 1:05:00
    he's the guy growing pot no yes to all
  • 1:05:04
    of those no the cops
  • 1:05:06
    I hadn't approached the cop yet she
  • 1:05:08
    she's cool
  • 1:05:09
    there's an Austin couple for you a
  • 1:05:11
    police officer and a heavy-metal drummer
  • 1:05:14
    it doesn't get much better than that
  • 1:05:16
    anyway so the heavy metal drummers the
  • 1:05:19
    guy out came up to you know steve is the
  • 1:05:21
    veteran is the Vietnam vet from the from
  • 1:05:24
    the other side next-door neighbor I'm
  • 1:05:27
    sorry Daisy and next door he's on the
  • 1:05:29
    other side well wait but you got a cop
  • 1:05:33
    in the heavy-metal drummer they're
  • 1:05:34
    living together yes that's the couple uh
  • 1:05:36
    no this is what confused me yeah I know
  • 1:05:39
    that that's one side and the other side
  • 1:05:40
    is the he lives with not his partner but
  • 1:05:44
    his friend and that's also a vet he's a
  • 1:05:46
    Iraq Iraq war vet so I think they're
  • 1:05:50
    just they just shared the house badly
  • 1:05:53
    but everything about Steve didn't tell
  • 1:05:55
    me that he was gonna you know hear
  • 1:05:57
    anything anything about Trump and liked
  • 1:05:59
    it so I don't mention these things to
  • 1:06:02
    people so either they go old
  • 1:06:04
    unreconstructed hippy Democrat possibly
  • 1:06:08
    yeah but not an anti I mean he went to
  • 1:06:11
    war for us he served the country so he's
  • 1:06:13
    not not that much of a hippie Democrat
  • 1:06:16
    but he's anything other than my neighbor
  • 1:06:19
    a nice guy then he's a douche bag is it
  • 1:06:21
    now Steve you're the emergency contact
  • 1:06:24
    anything happening here you're not a
  • 1:06:27
    douche bag ever there you go welcome to
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    the sweet tale yes thank you Oh can you
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    talk just a split second longer so I can
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    go get the paperwork okay yes and I'm
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    kind of all
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    [Music]
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    the banker didn't have that much else to
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    say but yeah
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    peppery that's all I can all I can
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    remember peppery is what I was I came to
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    the I came to the to the meeting today
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    with all my stuff in order you know I'm
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    you know you could you know bruise can
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    fill alright here we go
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    so let's go with our number one guy
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    today sir not I sir animus
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    oh he's not a bot dog Bo he's every
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    month he comes in sir on innocent dog
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    patrin lower slovakia everybody bow via
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    two one $1,200 and two one two dollars
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    this is what - OH - Lee crap now again
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    we have no idea what the what the
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    meaning is of this he says did he send
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    you a note with it of course oh oh we
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    love his no long one we love his nose
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    thank you - and the many producers that
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    make this show the best podcast in the
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    universe by mailing rather than emailing
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    I'm avoiding AI flagging this statement
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    as hate speech after all it claims all
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    other podcasts are inferior yeah that is
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    hate speech is true it's hate speech
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    it's true on a recent show you discussed
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    offering naming rights for Adams new
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    studio look at here we go this is what
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    he's about to give you a lecture on oh
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    here we go
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    naming rights are a complicated matter
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    can the name be offensive can it be
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    commercial sponsored by a firm with its
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    baggage how long does it continue a show
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    a week a month the quarter what if two
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    sponsors want the same show for their
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    anniversary birthday or other special
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    day what is the minimum price for naming
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    should it be more than a knighting more
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    or less an executive producer ship after
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    reflecting on these issues and on animus
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    commiserating that dog's dog waste
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    homelessness scooters and millennials
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    drove him from the town center naming
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    rights seem superfluous it sounds like
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    the end of Austin
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    all right so this is now the blower
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    slobo via studio that's what I'm naming
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    it from now on
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    lower slobozia I think we kind of Nix
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    the whole idea of of the naming rights
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    it was a fun thought for a moment but I
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    see nothing but hurdles and tracks
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    really not interested yeah his point is
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    it's well made let's use the word it's
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    problematic problematic indeed Adam we
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    want people to to value what we do and
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    send us value for that not for some
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    advertising hustle we'd rather be poor I
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    would at least I can't speak for you
  • 1:09:38
    yeah well anonymous comes in next at six
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    six 6.66 so we actually have two
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    Anonymous's in a row anonymous viking of
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    the Pacific Northwest I don't remember
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    that this together with my January to
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    31st 2018 donation of 350 completes my
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    knighthood I want to be known as the
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    Viking of the Pacific Northwest Dvorak's
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    excellent contrasting of Amy Goodman's
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    domestic violence report the public
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    records and Adams nuptials as well as
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    double thirty-three followers on no
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    agenda social make me realize as time
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    for a knighthood hmm I like cider and
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    slid Oh which is the Icelandic sheep
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    head at the round table let me add that
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    to me put in an order right now cider
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    and spit okay
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    travel Karma for the Baron of Henderson
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    Nevada and a big audience Karma for the
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    upcoming Salem Oregon Meetup hmm be
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    going to go to okay so we have some
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    travel an audience panel I got it for
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    you've got karma thank you very much for
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    your courage see you at the a at the
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    round table for the ceremony later on
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    today calenus store 33333
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    ITM folks working on our asses working
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    our asses off here at the farm and
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    always looking forward to your next
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    episode keeps us going you ham pin beer
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    is all we need
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    Kalen team at lavender blossoms no
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    jingles - please play drone again at the
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    end of the show million thanks yes well
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    I'm going to have a lot for end of show
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    so I will play that and a quick hit for
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    you now with the karma J sir Jeff Roe of
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    the rock wall $250
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    hi John and Adam I just realized I
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    haven't donated since attending
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    knighthood back attaining knighthood
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    back in December shame on me I hope this
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    donation will help with the sluggish
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    time June as a cybersecurity manager I
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    love your debunking of the media's
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    manipulation of hacking glitches and
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    whatnot and such I'm sure that election
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    cycle will give you plenty of
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    opportunities to tear down
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    misinformation in that regard yes mm-hmm
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    will this is one of our special
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    specialities congrats to Adam and the
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    keeper and I wish them eternity of
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    happiness as for jingles if you can
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    please throw a Manning money shot just
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    send your cash thanks think of the
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    children and a little girl yay on my way
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    to help me remember to donate mint more
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    often for the children thanks Riley do
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    what Sir Geoffrey of the rockwool of
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    money shop that's a money shot cannon
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    conway is a money shot changer cash
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    [Music]
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    you've got karma and thank you very much
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    Callister
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    that mean sir jefra - jeff of the rock
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    wall oh we have Andrew Jones baron of
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    the Americas Mountain mm-hmm
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    two three four five six he wrote in a