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1179: Vooden Sporks

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 45m
October 6th, 2019
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Executive Producers: Sir Onymous of Dogpatch and Lower Slobbovia, Sir Hashtag Blessed, Neil Gardner, Sir Maxine Waters Gravel Knight of the Cheap Laughs, David Kyle

Associate Executive Producers: Sir David van Sunder, The Black Knight of the Pacific Grove, Wlodek Zieleniec, Sept. Minneapolis Meetup, Baron Austin of the Puget Sound

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Chapters

0:00
Start of Show
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0:37
The Avogadro Number
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2:05
Farmer Protests in The Netherlands
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4:39
Austin City Limits Music Festival
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6:26
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Confronted by Woman Calling for Eating Babies at Town Hall
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15:05
Putin Condemns Use of Greta Thunberg for People's Own Interest
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16:48
Mayor of Amsterdam Femke Halsema and Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio on Getting Rid of Plastice Waste Using Wooden Sporks
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22:54
Brexit
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30:58
LBC Coverage of Impeachment
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39:56
Producer Note: Man Overboard Over Impeachment
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44:13
Nancy Pelosi Interview by ABC News Host George Stephanopoulos
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50:01
Rachel Maddow Appearance on The View
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54:49
Impeachment
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59:08
Nancy Pelosi's Son Paul Pelosi's Connections to Ukraine
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1:03:09
Credits
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1:35:05
Willie Brown: 'Hillary Clinton in 2020? You Laughed. Donald Trump Didn’t'
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1:35:56
Adam's Use of the Phrase 'Nothing Burger'
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1:43:31
Saturday Night Live
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1:48:55
Hillary Clinton
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1:54:04
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Beto O'Rourke Argues AR-15's Can't Go Against a Tyrannical Government
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1:58:26
Connected Cameras
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2:00:53
The Guardian: 'Collision Course: Why Are Cars Killing More and More Pedestrians?'
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2:03:30
US Treasury Department Watchdog Group Finds IRS Improperly Payed $74 Million in Federal Electric Vehicle Tax Credit
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2:05:20
Electric Cars
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2:10:28
Joe Biden
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2:12:07
Donations
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2:25:44
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:28:19
Meetups
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2:33:42
Man Named Sexy Vegan Accused Of Sexually Abusing His Dog
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2:34:23
France24's Fact or Fake on Genetically Manipulated Food
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2:37:45
End of Show
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    eleven seventy nine this is no agenda
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    the drone star state in the morning
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    everybody
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    I'm Adam curry and from northern Silicon
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    Valley where I've realized it's Avogadro
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    not avocado I'm John C Dvorak yeah I got
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    a note about that I guess you got the
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    same one no no I never got a note oh my
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    god I actually would say I've been
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    mulling it over when I I knew there was
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    a joke in there when I was reading it
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    from the spreadsheet the first time and
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    I know that we're and I was thinking
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    what is he referring to I know what this
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    is I can't come up with it and it just
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    dawned on me this morning so producer
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    dick sent in a note due Mr curry your
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    resident chemist should have cut this
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    this was a he's indeed correct it was a
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    donation that someone sent in with the
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    avocado they said kado number yes
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    definition of Avogadro's number the
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    number 6.022 times one thousand twenty
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    three indicating the number of atoms or
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    molecules in a mole of any substance
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    also called the Avogadro number the our
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    constant is what so what can you use
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    this for this this fine
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    Avogadro's well you need you to do most
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    chemistry you need to work in moles yeah
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    and so you need that number so you can
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    calculate how to huge yeah you need to
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    know how much to dilute something for
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    example or or to get to a certain number
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    of moles to make it to do a Greek
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    chemical reaction ah and so you may have
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    to do that calculation to get to the
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    point to add so much of something well
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    this this actually it's a bare it to me
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    it was always it was always dreadful
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    it's math who gives a shit
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    but I'm not a chemist but this does come
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    in handy to understand the nitrogen
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    issue in the Netherlands which a lot of
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    people have sent in
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    emails and explained that in more detail
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    to me this is referring to the farmers
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    who put a massive protest together and
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    drove all their tractors to the hague
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    tying up all the highways six is almost
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    700 miles of traffic jams which the
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    Dutch population seemed to pretty much
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    agree with here is the issue the
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    Netherlands isn't is not allowed to have
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    more than 0.05 mole per hectare of
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    nitrogen
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    and this seems to be a very low number
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    compared to other countries
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    surrounding countries but the the reason
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    they're really pissed off I'm really
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    shortening this up I'm sorry but this
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    wasn't presented to us correctly think
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    so I thought it was like the same that's
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    right it I think that was my mistake or
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    maybe a bad source on my part the the
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    real problem is in order to combat this
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    they the government's are saying you
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    have to cut your livestock in half not
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    the actual individual livestock's but
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    the total number of livestock has to be
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    cut in half in order to combat this as
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    well as and I think we discussed this on
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    a previous show the speed limit will be
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    lowered in many parts of the country
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    because that's really gonna help the
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    overall climate change situation well
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    that'll data reverse it right there and
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    so they're so pissed off guess what
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    they're gonna do the farmers are not
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    stopping on the 29th of October they
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    will be doing the same they will be
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    taking over staple airports so yeah so
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    there will be drives it's like Hong Kong
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    yeah haha with blue dye and we'll see
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    what happens
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    good on him good on him because they're
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    not really defining the EU and they're
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    fighting and they're fighting being um
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    being run by technocrats bureaucrats and
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    unelected officials I think people stand
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    behind them
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    well I do
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    it's I do too it's a CL weekend in
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    Austin or its I actually week because
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    it's two weekends that means what is
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    this Austin City Limits it's a very
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    large on every Saturday on PBS correct
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    only this is the festival version of it
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    so they take over Zilker Park big
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    headliners and the headliners play on
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    the first and the second weekend which I
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    think pretty unique for festivals so we
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    have childish gambino we have Guns and
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    Roses with fat Axl and we have the Cure
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    The Cure on my first my first TV show
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    ever first show I ever did and they were
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    all then these guys and so who are the
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    headliners well that they have three
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    headliners okay who are they you just
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    heard them don't be a blind those are
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    the headliners well try this Chavez can
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    be now it says he's a I think he's a big
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    draw but a lot of people have descended
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    upon Austin to try and relive some of
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    those good old Guns and Roses days which
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    is fun to see but it's a it's a mess
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    traffic is a mess people and I'm glad
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    we're not downtown that anymore at least
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    so and that's your update from Austin
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    country-western act in there oh there
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    may be they always have the brothers
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    Peterson there's tons of tons of acts
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    but these are the big ones these are the
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    big headliners but it sounds depressing
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    hmm no one's I don't know if it's
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    depressing it's just me well I'm just
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    expressing myself I'm depressed well
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    then why don't you get yourself out of
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    that funk and take us to the green new
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    deal
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    I know you clipped it are you talking
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    about the baby plate everybody's hurt I
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    do have the whole clip yeah play the
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    clip just to enjoy it okay play the clip
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    okay so was it the babies for those who
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    haven't seen or heard it it's worthy of
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    setting up this eye I saw the original
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    on c-span as this was an a town hall
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    with Sandy Ocasio Cortez so was in
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    Queens I guess and Town Hall so people
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    are talking about you know there was
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    Alzheimer's on the menu and and a couple
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    other things speaking of on the menu
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    someone stood up and said this climate
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    crisis we only have a few months left I
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    love that you support the Green Deal but
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    it's not get it you know getting rid of
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    fossil fuel it's not gonna solve the
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    problem fast enough a Swedish professor
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    saying that we can eat their dead people
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    but that's not fast enough so I think
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    your next campaign slogan has to be this
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    we got to start eating babies we don't
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    have enough time there's too much co2
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    all of you your you know your pollutant
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    too much co2 we have to start now please
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    you are so great I'm so happy that you
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    really support a nuclear deal but it's
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    not enough you know even if you would
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    Bob Russia we still have too many people
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    too much pollution so we have to get rid
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    of the babies that's a big problem just
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    stopping having babies a cyanide we need
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    to eat the babies
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    her response is genius you have that too
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    on this clip thank you so I think ya
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    know so one of the things that's very
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    important to us is that we need to treat
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    the climate crisis with the urgency that
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    it does present luckily we have more
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    than a few months we do need to hit Net
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    Zero in several years but I think we all
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    need to to understand that there are a
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    lot of solutions that we have and that
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    we can pursue and that if we act in a
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    positive way there is space for hope
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    there's we are never beyond hope
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    sandy OC later said that she really
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    thought this woman was having a personal
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    crisis moment and wanted to address it
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    in all seriousness and and I think
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    that's great
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    this is a new category of I'd called
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    this falls under the activist category
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    yeah did anybody figure out who this
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    woman was and yeah what yeah acting
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    troupe she's a part of yes apparently
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    closely related to the LaRouche PAC oh
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    yeah that would be it dog
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    makes sense doesn't he actually even
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    sounds like a Lyndon LaRouche y'all have
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    a weird accent well but just for a
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    moment because there's some things that
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    need to be discussed about the
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    performance itself
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    I thought the accent was very subtle
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    what she was doing here with the
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    barrettes and her hair on both sides was
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    a version of a somewhat older Gretta
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    yeah with it she didn't have ponytails
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    but she had kind of the girlish look and
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    I think the accent was phony was kind of
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    trying to be a bit of a Swedish accent
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    Eastern European
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    right more like it sounds like someone
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    trying yeah someone trying to do it or
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    maybe it was just her accent but what
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    surprised me is the amount of certainly
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    right-wing conservative right-leaning
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    youtubers etc who also took this
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    seriously
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    like oh they've gone insane the left is
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    gone nuts
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    they really believed it they thought
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    that this was real which leads me to
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    believe that people don't watch or read
  • 10:56
    anything just like this because it's
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    soundbite great let's talk about that
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    what a nut job
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    whereas if anyone did stem from an
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    actual professor who did recommend
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    eating human flesh yeah and she
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    mentioned Sweden and I think that's
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    where the gag came from of course of
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    course I mean that's where I would first
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    name one is this is it let's take it a
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    step further
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    well the yeah to me the joke of it and
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    in our and when I was growing up in our
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    house we didn't discuss the classics
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    much but inevitably there would be a
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    point where my mom would go you know
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    there was always about money in our
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    house we have no money money problems
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    Marla will be eating dog food that was
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    always my mom's and it used to be I
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    think it was in the when was this is
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    during the Reagan administration perhaps
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    but it was south but we're eating dog
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    food where people were they well the
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    media then the media was playing up sure
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    the the poor eating dog food and
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    sometimes cat food mm-hmm do they wonder
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    even wrote about it on songs in the key
  • 12:14
    life and so you ended up with a lot of
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    publicity for it I don't see with this
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    homeless crisis and that is a crisis I
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    don'ts you're going too far I do I'm
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    just let me finish the thought I don't
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    see how if they were eating dog food in
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    the 80s that they're not eating a lot of
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    dog food today okay your takeaway you
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    interrupted and they're taking it way
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    beyond where I want it to be your about
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    you're not with the homeless I'm still
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    at the stupidity of this okay I'm sorry
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    in my household back back back
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    in my household my mom would inevitably
  • 12:51
    wind up saying we'll be eating dog food
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    a and there's only one classic that we
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    discussed in our household and it was
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    the story of Jonathan Swift
  • 13:05
    and the story of John well a bastard by
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    by Jonathan Swift
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    called a modest proposal which is from
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    the 1700s and and the modest proposal
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    was a joke it was very much the troll of
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    its time and it was the proposal for
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    preventing children of poor people from
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    [Music]
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    from was it and yeah let me look it up a
  • 13:31
    modest proposal per for preventing the
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    children of poor people from being a
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    burden or a burden to their parents or
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    country and for making them beneficial
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    to the public which they spelled with CK
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    back in the day and it was a the idea
  • 13:45
    was for the impoverished Irish to ease
  • 13:49
    their economic troubles by selling their
  • 13:51
    children as food to rich gentlemen and
  • 13:53
    ladies yeah so it's a classic so when I
  • 13:56
    heard this but people took it seriously
  • 13:59
    as they did with this room yes yes
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    exactly so I think there should be a net
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    limit this is a Wikipedia entry to this
  • 14:05
    thing I bet you there is
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    they said if there's an entry for it on
  • 14:10
    Wikipedia then they should add this to
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    it modern-day version
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    so I was just surprised surprised how
  • 14:18
    many people were all in on it and
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    thought that this was the the nutty left
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    well I liked the way she played it into
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    the point where she's even heckling aoc
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    when she's saying well it's not do we
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    don't have no we have plenty of time no
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    we don't we have a couple of months we
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    have it's fantastic fantastic well let's
  • 14:42
    stick with the green new deal for a
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    second that's a shame by the way that
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    everybody bought into it that way no
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    it's very it's not a shame it's telling
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    it's great for our analysis people don't
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    read jack shit anymore they look at a
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    headline they look at us a clip and get
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    outraged and go for it it's completely
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    it's it's sad people are outraged and
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    they don't even know if what they're
  • 15:07
    supposed to be outraged about now so
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    Putin was asked about the abuse of
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    children to further a economic policy
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    that would be the green New Deal and
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    specifically Greta to me mr. president
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    what do you what did you make of Greta
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    Sundberg President Trump said tweeted I
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    think she seems like a very happy young
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    girl looking forward to a bright and
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    wonderful future he answered that to be
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    patronizing what did you make it Greta
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    thumb burger at the United Nations
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    well I'll frustrate you probably I don't
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    share everybody's excitement about Greta
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    tongue of humbugs was an intervention
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    you know what the fact that young people
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    and teenagers draw everybody's attention
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    to the acute issues of nowadays
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    including the environmental issues is a
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    good thing and we should support them in
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    that
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    but when children or teenagers are used
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    by someone in their own interest that
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    only merits condemnation is the
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    condemnation Thank You Putin very good
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    we never talked about the Trump thing
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    but I think it's worth discussing at
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    least for a second
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    he says she seems like a very happy
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    presidential son president she's really
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    killing a little girl
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    she's 16 she's not even a little girl
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    anymore in in Amsterdam they have a
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    mayor female mayor first female mayor
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    ever and she's been mayor for a year now
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    I guess femke wholesome ah she comes
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    from the Green Party and she's annoying
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    she's always been annoying
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    she's a Green Party and annoying it's
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    redundant well also she's I don't I
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    don't want to get into it but her kid
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    was the one that was caught by the cops
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    with a with a gun breaking and entering
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    and then it was like oh no it was just a
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    movie prop it was a disabled gun and
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    it's just the whole she just lied her
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    way through it to get her kid off who
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    clearly was taking selfies with a gun
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    and a houseboat that he broke into and
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    that's been here to cover it up so she
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    but also Amsterdam is in disarray there
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    is trash pickup as a problem
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    you know they've embarked on this like
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    every city door where we're not you know
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    we're going to ban plastic and no
  • 17:51
    plastic straws and you know you know the
  • 17:54
    drill it's it's it's your typical green
  • 17:56
    stuff but
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    she has an allegiance and alliance with
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    another mayor and she visited this other
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    mayor and stood two of them in front of
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    piles and piles of trash in New York
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    with Mayor DeBlasio here today was
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    someone very special mayor how some of
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    Amsterdam in the Netherlands and mayor
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    your city has been a leader okay just so
  • 18:28
    you know no there was not a leader in in
  • 18:32
    terms of protecting the environment but
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    okay you guys disgust and you got there
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    ahead of us I came to getting plastics
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    out of the lives of everyday citizens
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    imagine em tell us about what you did
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    okay I'm just gonna tell you everything
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    she says is not true so let's be a
  • 18:52
    little bit humble about it because what
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    you are going to do is really you should
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    she's pressing but we took the plastic
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    out of out of the city
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    oh yes we only use
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    forks sparks as you said this morning
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    and you know when I went to Amsterdam
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    man not too long ago John
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    it was crazy I could only use food and
  • 19:15
    sporks I did not know that this was not
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    happening everywhere yet no sparks the
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    you huh notice how she says huge huge
  • 19:38
    scale she did it twice that's because
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    the Dutch when Trump first came on the
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    scene he's you know huge was a big thing
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    he introduced the dress yes and it is
  • 19:49
    now in the vernacular in common parlance
  • 19:52
    when they say huge they they're it's
  • 19:55
    like an automatic trigger the Dutch go
  • 19:57
    huge mayor what has been the response
  • 20:11
    when you said to people hey let's get
  • 20:12
    rid of plastics well I think there's a
  • 20:20
    lot of support for what we're doing
  • 20:22
    sports understands that we do have a
  • 20:24
    problem
  • 20:25
    all the dirt what it does to our
  • 20:28
    ecosystem with what it does to our
  • 20:30
    health well so I think we need to change
  • 20:33
    well I wanna thank you for being a great
  • 20:36
    example of change well and and helping
  • 20:38
    inspire us and I just want to say to
  • 20:41
    everyone out there we have to get
  • 20:43
    plastics out of our lives and everyone
  • 20:45
    can be a part of it we're today with our
  • 20:48
    executive Warner we're taking a big step
  • 20:49
    forward we're gonna pass legislation
  • 20:50
    student to go even farther but we have
  • 20:53
    to do in our own lives
  • 20:54
    turn away that plastic straw don't use a
  • 20:57
    plastic fork if you have a choice let's
  • 20:59
    get away from it let's save the earth
  • 21:00
    mayor thank you so much well thank you
  • 21:02
    for being a part of this thank you oh
  • 21:04
    yes thank you very much they give her
  • 21:08
    the keys to the city probably and this
  • 21:12
    probably plastic food and key is your
  • 21:16
    spork
  • 21:18
    the thing that saddens me is and if you
  • 21:22
    go back and look at the true history of
  • 21:26
    the United States and we're talking
  • 21:29
    really Manhattan in New York when I read
  • 21:34
    a book about this I have to find the
  • 21:36
    title of this book it's something the
  • 21:39
    island I've come to me the Dutch were
  • 21:43
    very influential in fact a lot of the
  • 21:46
    settlers that came to Manhattan in
  • 21:48
    particular the New York area lived in
  • 21:52
    the in Amsterdam for several years
  • 21:55
    before they even set sail and there was
  • 21:57
    the in fact the the liberal kind of you
  • 22:02
    know laissez-faire attitude of the
  • 22:05
    United States in my opinion if I looked
  • 22:07
    at some of the history not just three
  • 22:09
    ships that came in with some pilgrims
  • 22:10
    there's a little more to it that is
  • 22:14
    complete Amsterdam it's not the
  • 22:16
    Netherlands but Amsterdam influence
  • 22:17
    that's why they call it New Amsterdam of
  • 22:20
    course and you know they look at all the
  • 22:22
    Dutch names Harlem Staten Island these
  • 22:25
    are all Dutch names but it it truly was
  • 22:29
    the culture of the Dutch at the time in
  • 22:31
    Amsterdam that created a lot of what we
  • 22:36
    consider to be American culture and
  • 22:38
    that's just this is horrible to see this
  • 22:41
    is this is now not even 300 years later
  • 22:45
    now we have voting sparks we're going
  • 22:47
    backwards in time
  • 22:49
    it's very sad it's my opinion
  • 22:54
    orcs you want to talk about Brexton I
  • 22:56
    got a whole bunch of clips yeah I have
  • 22:58
    well I can set it up with a very short
  • 23:00
    one that really is says nothing so I
  • 23:05
    think it'll be perfect for your barrage
  • 23:07
    time for a quick look now at some other
  • 23:09
    news court documents show Britain's
  • 23:11
    Prime Minister Boris Johnson will comply
  • 23:13
    with the law and ask for a brexit
  • 23:15
    extension if there's no deal within the
  • 23:17
    next two weeks but a senior government
  • 23:19
    source told the BBC that the law can be
  • 23:21
    interpreted in different ways mr.
  • 23:24
    Johnson has again insisted that UK will
  • 23:26
    leave the EU on October the 31st without
  • 23:29
    delay so it seems the more I listen to
  • 23:31
    the BBC the less I understand where
  • 23:33
    they're at exactly five plate it's like
  • 23:40
    what am I supposed to understand now I
  • 23:42
    didn't get so delayed maybe no he'll do
  • 23:45
    it something what No Deal yes please JC
  • 23:48
    D help us out Bozek up I've been
  • 23:52
    listening carefully to the BBC or
  • 23:55
    actually LBC mostly and the I got a
  • 23:58
    couple of interesting clips and then I
  • 24:00
    have was the stuff about what their take
  • 24:02
    is on Trump which I thought was more
  • 24:04
    interesting that BRICS it itself but
  • 24:05
    let's there somebody's taking it
  • 24:07
    seriously because this is an official
  • 24:09
    government ad as a UK British ad for
  • 24:11
    Breck's
  • 24:12
    for brexit get ready for brake seats on
  • 24:15
    the 31st of October
  • 24:16
    this means the travelling to the EU will
  • 24:19
    change you'll need to check online if
  • 24:21
    your passport is valid for travel to
  • 24:23
    Europe if you're planning on driving
  • 24:25
    you'll need to check if you have the
  • 24:26
    right documents to drive and take the
  • 24:29
    keys and make sure your travel insurance
  • 24:30
    covers all your health care needs to
  • 24:33
    keep your trip on track check what you
  • 24:35
    need to do a gov you k slash brexit get
  • 24:38
    ready for brexit on the 31st of October
  • 24:42
    Waymon gov dot UK / brexit know what's
  • 24:45
    really engulfed don't you can't / breaks
  • 24:48
    it and just go ahead John I'm just
  • 24:50
    reading to see what they're talking
  • 24:51
    about here now the other thing going on
  • 24:53
    there is a Boris Johnson still kind of
  • 24:56
    the prime minister but he doesn't really
  • 24:58
    have the votes to be a bright Minister
  • 25:00
    so this has become because because half
  • 25:03
    of the either fired I think about 20 or
  • 25:06
    30 Tories got
  • 25:08
    kicked out of the party for being like
  • 25:10
    dicks which is pretty much the whole
  • 25:12
    party but in a number of them quits so
  • 25:15
    there he doesn't have a majority of
  • 25:16
    anything anymore but they nobody seems
  • 25:18
    to be able to put anything together to
  • 25:21
    get rid of him and Faraj tries to just
  • 25:23
    describe this in some detail and I think
  • 25:25
    it's worth listening to this Faraj on
  • 25:27
    the pond the quagmire there have been an
  • 25:29
    endless series of meetings going on
  • 25:31
    inside the Palace of Westminster and
  • 25:33
    around it and very little noise coming
  • 25:37
    from the Lib Dems over Labor Party loads
  • 25:39
    from a nursery but that's a different
  • 25:40
    subject and the reason is they simply
  • 25:44
    cannot agree who the interim leader
  • 25:46
    should be because Jeremy Corbyn cannot
  • 25:50
    get the support of the 21 booted out
  • 25:52
    Tories because he's kind of seen to be a
  • 25:54
    Marxist and other things and it doesn't
  • 25:57
    work and the Lib Dems won't go with it
  • 25:59
    because the did devs don't want Corbin
  • 26:01
    to be in Downing Street and maybe not to
  • 26:03
    look quite as dangerous as some thought
  • 26:05
    he would be I mean just can't agree
  • 26:07
    Margaret Beckett's names been put
  • 26:09
    forward Ken Clark is wandering around
  • 26:12
    the place doing up his tie but he
  • 26:14
    doesn't see the sort of work and they
  • 26:15
    can't agree on anybody but time for them
  • 26:17
    is running out it's running out fast
  • 26:21
    because here's the big problem if you're
  • 26:23
    a remainer here's your fear your fear is
  • 26:26
    that Boris goes on the 17th of October
  • 26:29
    gets one or more of the EU countries to
  • 26:34
    veto extension and then Boris then comes
  • 26:37
    back to the House of Commons as his
  • 26:39
    rights very simple boys and girls it's
  • 26:41
    the treaty
  • 26:43
    mrs. Mays treaty with a couple of tweaks
  • 26:45
    or we leave with No Deal now I think if
  • 26:48
    Boris did that it would have
  • 26:50
    catastrophic consequences for the
  • 26:53
    Conservative Party in terms of division
  • 26:54
    within it but there would be a form of
  • 26:57
    brexit not a very good one but a form a
  • 27:00
    brexit if you want to stop breaks it
  • 27:03
    completely from happening if you are a
  • 27:05
    Romaniacs
  • 27:06
    you don't want to take that chance so
  • 27:09
    parliament is gonna be paroled on
  • 27:11
    Tuesday if they're gonna put in place an
  • 27:14
    alternative prime minister ahead of that
  • 27:16
    summit monday is their deadline and as
  • 27:19
    yet well they can't agree
  • 27:21
    on anything or anyone oh my
  • 27:27
    so that's the situation I think it's a
  • 27:29
    good run down and he gave us here's an
  • 27:31
    idea why don't why doesn't Jeremy
  • 27:33
    Clarkson just run for Prime Minister
  • 27:35
    he's got the right idea and everybody
  • 27:38
    loves it at the BBC yeah so I so I'm
  • 27:43
    listening but there's also a funny
  • 27:46
    situation that occurred we didn't hear
  • 27:47
    about the United States but Nick Ferrari
  • 27:50
    one of the talk show guys on the LBC
  • 27:53
    London's been chatting had the police
  • 27:59
    Commissioner any it was a woman a police
  • 28:01
    commissioner of London and he's carping
  • 28:04
    about this big pink yacht that was
  • 28:07
    apparently dragged down the street and
  • 28:09
    plopped down the middle of Oxford Circus
  • 28:12
    Oh
  • 28:12
    and so he's giving her grief about this
  • 28:15
    and when you listen to her try to
  • 28:17
    explain the situation you really makes
  • 28:20
    you wonder if there's that this country
  • 28:22
    is maybe should be run by Brussels how
  • 28:25
    did a pink yacht get talks at circus
  • 28:27
    without being stopped I wasn't there I
  • 28:29
    don't know exactly how it got there we
  • 28:31
    must have found out subscribed as a boss
  • 28:33
    I don't know exactly how it got there I
  • 28:35
    genuinely don't the camera suit I've got
  • 28:38
    and I can't park on a red route without
  • 28:39
    one of your boat so we're coming after
  • 28:41
    me of course they saw it I think the
  • 28:43
    question as to why it didn't get
  • 28:44
    intercepted earlier is partly back to
  • 28:47
    what I've just been discussing what you
  • 28:49
    haven't got powers to intercept a pack
  • 28:50
    yeah no that stops in the middle of
  • 28:54
    Oxford Circus the old bill hasn't got
  • 28:56
    the power to say oi move that yacht on
  • 28:59
    or that there is is not specific
  • 29:02
    legislation that says you can about
  • 29:10
    highway obstruction yes of course there
  • 29:12
    is exercise commissioner but because
  • 29:16
    there is also in the early stages
  • 29:20
    absolutely enshrined in law a strong
  • 29:25
    wait wait she's not gonna say freedom of
  • 29:28
    speech is she because then I'll need to
  • 29:30
    sit down and did you notice back it up
  • 29:33
    just a little bit did you notice she
  • 29:34
    does this the same thing Obama is the
  • 29:36
    one that started doing this and we've
  • 29:39
    seen other candidates
  • 29:40
    and she just did it which is you're
  • 29:42
    talking away and now it's really
  • 29:44
    important so I can change the way I say
  • 29:46
    it
  • 29:50
    of course legislation about highway
  • 29:53
    obstruction yes of course there is but
  • 29:55
    why was that exercise commissioner pett
  • 29:58
    because there is also in the early
  • 30:02
    stages absolutely enshrined in law a
  • 30:05
    strong you know law which says that we
  • 30:10
    have to allow protests in a democracy
  • 30:14
    which causes a reasonable you I think it
  • 30:17
    was reasonable to put a pink boat the
  • 30:18
    amount of disruption did they have a
  • 30:20
    license do you I don't but I can tell
  • 30:23
    you that if we had tried to intercept
  • 30:25
    the pink boat we wouldn't have had the
  • 30:27
    power to do so nor as soon as it was on
  • 30:31
    the highway like that is there a
  • 30:33
    specific piece of legislation that says
  • 30:35
    you can take street furniture away like
  • 30:37
    that and so these are the kinds of
  • 30:38
    things we need to look at of course they
  • 30:40
    are so typical so typical of the Brits
  • 30:45
    having lived there it's like I mean even
  • 30:49
    the whole convo
  • 30:51
    oh I get this ridiculous short break so
  • 30:58
    I'm listening to this to this network
  • 31:01
    and I cut one of the news segments they
  • 31:06
    were actual news they acted this guy
  • 31:07
    Simon Marx is their guy and there's I
  • 31:10
    got four short clip well one of them's
  • 31:13
    long looks like but the rest of them are
  • 31:15
    pretty short this is Simon Marx
  • 31:18
    reporting on Trump and what's going on
  • 31:21
    over here from the British perspective
  • 31:23
    presidents are wait wait sorry talked
  • 31:26
    about this before which is the the
  • 31:30
    defect that they just parrot the worst
  • 31:32
    of our mainstream media they wake up in
  • 31:35
    the morning they look at the New York
  • 31:37
    Times calm Washington Post
  • 31:39
    you know NBC CNN and write just rewrite
  • 31:42
    it we're not gonna do any gems in this
  • 31:49
    first clip but in this especially at
  • 31:51
    this Texas clip but play this and we'll
  • 31:54
    get into it president Trump yesterday as
  • 31:56
    you know in the grounds of the White
  • 31:59
    House broke the law he called on two
  • 32:01
    countries Ukraine and China to interfere
  • 32:05
    in America's 2020 presidential election
  • 32:08
    but to stop the Hebrew he broke the law
  • 32:15
    and and asked them to interfere he
  • 32:17
    didn't talk about oh no China you
  • 32:21
    interfere in the election please report
  • 32:26
    yeah we'll get into that the law that
  • 32:29
    was broken according to this guy is the
  • 32:31
    Federal Election Committee wise by
  • 32:33
    federal laws were you know asking for
  • 32:36
    help Charlie wouldn't help assistance
  • 32:39
    yeah whatever digging up dirt on his
  • 32:42
    likely opponent Joe Biden the former
  • 32:45
    vice president of the United States and
  • 32:47
    his son hunter who used to do business
  • 32:49
    in both Ukraine and China and today
  • 32:52
    President Trump returned to the lawn of
  • 32:54
    the White House to justify what the vast
  • 32:58
    majority of observers here in Washington
  • 33:00
    believe
  • 33:02
    by the President to break federal
  • 33:05
    election law which prohibits him from
  • 33:07
    soliciting support of any kind or any
  • 33:11
    value from a foreign government here's
  • 33:14
    what Donald Trump had to say today I
  • 33:25
    think I made clear and yesterday
  • 33:29
    somebody asked me a question and I gave
  • 33:31
    an answer but always in the form of
  • 33:33
    corruption what I want to do and I think
  • 33:36
    I have an obligation to do it probably a
  • 33:38
    duty to do it multiple times president
  • 33:43
    Trump at that appearance insisted that
  • 33:45
    there was a distinction between digging
  • 33:47
    up political dirt on Joe Biden Joe Biden
  • 33:50
    and going after corruption that strains
  • 33:54
    credulity not my opinion but the opinion
  • 33:57
    of Mitt Romney a former Republican
  • 33:59
    presidential candidate who took to
  • 34:01
    Twitter a short while ago to describe
  • 34:03
    the president's actions as wrong and
  • 34:06
    appalling this is the only American
  • 34:08
    citizen president Trump singles out for
  • 34:10
    China's investigation wrote senator
  • 34:12
    Romney is his political opponent in the
  • 34:15
    midst of the Democratic nomination
  • 34:16
    process it strains credulity to suggest
  • 34:20
    that it is anything other than
  • 34:22
    politically motivated
  • 34:24
    senator Romney of course is one of those
  • 34:26
    Republicans who may well end up
  • 34:29
    determining the fate of the donald trump
  • 34:32
    presidency because if president Trump is
  • 34:34
    impeached by the House of
  • 34:36
    Representatives there will then be a
  • 34:38
    trial in the US Senate where Republicans
  • 34:41
    like Senator Romney are in the majority
  • 34:44
    they will all have to decide are they
  • 34:46
    going to vote to keep Donald Trump in
  • 34:48
    power or are they going to convict him
  • 34:51
    of high crimes and misdemeanors against
  • 34:54
    the American Constitution the vast
  • 34:56
    majority of Republicans in the
  • 34:59
    our remaining silent at the moment and
  • 35:01
    that's not necessarily good news for
  • 35:03
    president Trump who must surely crave
  • 35:06
    voices supporting him from within his
  • 35:09
    own party
  • 35:10
    yeah that's taking that's taking the
  • 35:13
    show prep from the US mainstream media
  • 35:16
    boom he's got he's got to pump it up a
  • 35:20
    little bit he they're not just puppets
  • 35:23
    reading from the script no please let's
  • 35:28
    go to report on Trump to the some
  • 35:32
    senators all speaking but very
  • 35:34
    uncomfortably Senator Marco Rubio of
  • 35:36
    Florida you will remember him excoriated
  • 35:39
    by Donald Trump as little Marco during
  • 35:42
    the 2016 presidential election campaign
  • 35:44
    was asked if he really thought that it
  • 35:46
    was apt for the President of the United
  • 35:48
    States to be inviting China to
  • 35:51
    investigate Joe Biden that's a real
  • 35:54
    request for him just needling the press
  • 35:56
    knowing that you guys were going to get
  • 35:57
    outraged by it he's gotten he's pretty
  • 36:00
    good at getting everybody fired up and
  • 36:02
    he's been doing that for a while and the
  • 36:04
    media responded right on right on right
  • 36:08
    on task blaming the media sent his
  • 36:10
    arobie Rubio looked as miserable as he
  • 36:12
    sounded he ever looks he didn't sound
  • 36:25
    any different than he ever did but let's
  • 36:28
    just take a look at what's happening
  • 36:29
    when he says this he's saying or the
  • 36:32
    media jumped out on cue he's saying that
  • 36:33
    to the media yeah including this guy
  • 36:36
    let's see that last bit again that was
  • 36:38
    good right on right on right on task
  • 36:41
    blaming the media senator opiate Rubio
  • 36:43
    looked as miserable as he sounded in
  • 36:46
    that clip Wow Wow
  • 36:49
    nice one lbc good to go so this guy's a
  • 36:52
    liar so let's go on to the one I think
  • 36:55
    this is the this is the this is a
  • 36:59
    shortest one but it's the biggest
  • 37:01
    whopper number three another Republican
  • 37:04
    is speaking out against the president
  • 37:06
    congressman will heard of Texas I think
  • 37:09
    as terrible as something I
  • 37:10
    have done and I can go today I think two
  • 37:13
    days before that wishing China
  • 37:16
    congratulations on 70 years of communism
  • 37:19
    via tweet is not something I would do I
  • 37:22
    would do either a China is an address
  • 37:25
    area he is one of more than half a dozen
  • 37:27
    Republican is from the state of Texas
  • 37:29
    who have decided to retire rather than
  • 37:32
    seek re-election and face a possible
  • 37:34
    drumming by voters in the Lone Star
  • 37:36
    State
  • 37:37
    various with President Trump's record in
  • 37:39
    office oh really that's why they all
  • 37:43
    resigned okay I'm sure some of them did
  • 37:45
    so I didn't realize according to him
  • 37:49
    Texas is furious Texas were outraged as
  • 37:52
    I tell you is furious at Trump yes for
  • 37:55
    his behavior
  • 37:56
    yes orange man bad me hate him it's very
  • 37:59
    frightening we have to retire this is
  • 38:03
    this I mean this isn't even the New York
  • 38:04
    Times it's MSNBC they're translating
  • 38:07
    here yeah that's that's quite quite
  • 38:10
    impressive actually
  • 38:11
    so the Texans are they hates Trump I
  • 38:14
    didn't realize Texas hated Trump yeah
  • 38:16
    okay well we hate that kind they would
  • 38:17
    and these guys would have faced a
  • 38:19
    drubbing you know you know we I'd
  • 38:22
    whenever I'm faced with the drubbing I
  • 38:24
    retire that's the Texas that's a Texas
  • 38:27
    way my friend
  • 38:30
    the Texas Way yeah all right this rap
  • 38:33
    Dissidia t' more damage more damaging
  • 38:36
    issues for the President of the United
  • 38:38
    States the release of texts overnight
  • 38:40
    between three American ambassadors
  • 38:44
    operating in the vicinity of Ukraine it
  • 38:47
    is apparent that at least one of them
  • 38:49
    raised questions about whether President
  • 38:52
    Trump was insisting on a quid pro quo
  • 38:55
    asking the Ukrainian president to dig up
  • 38:57
    dirt on Joe Biden in exchange for
  • 39:00
    withheld military assistance and also a
  • 39:03
    withheld invitation for president
  • 39:06
    zalenski to visit the White House for
  • 39:08
    President Trump the streets here are
  • 39:11
    becoming more treacherous and the
  • 39:13
    Democrats are becoming increasingly
  • 39:15
    emboldened as their impeachment inquiry
  • 39:17
    Andrew gets underway
  • 39:19
    all right that's MLB sees us
  • 39:21
    correspondent Simon marks in the latest
  • 39:23
    dramatic twist in the affair over Joe
  • 39:26
    Biden I wonder still if if Trump has
  • 39:29
    factored all this in because I'm I saw
  • 39:32
    polls recently which showed Biden
  • 39:34
    support was going down because all of
  • 39:38
    this activity has it focused attention
  • 39:41
    on his son and Biden's business
  • 39:44
    activities and of course if Trump wanted
  • 39:46
    to smear him in in that it seems to be
  • 39:50
    working
  • 39:51
    whether he's damaging himself more in
  • 39:53
    the process who knows all right I would
  • 39:56
    like to make a case for our stance on
  • 39:59
    this with some support from some clips
  • 40:03
    etc because we saw very early on it's
  • 40:07
    only there's only three shows ago it
  • 40:09
    seems like oh my god I mean we've
  • 40:12
    forgotten all about Cavanaugh we forgot
  • 40:14
    about Epstein everything is off the
  • 40:16
    radar it's all about this and in fact
  • 40:21
    let me read this I got a note from a
  • 40:27
    from someone who is clearly and after
  • 40:31
    our previous show when we discussed this
  • 40:33
    impeachment
  • 40:34
    bullcrap and I just want to share that
  • 40:36
    so that we can understand where some
  • 40:38
    people are coming from this person is a
  • 40:40
    listener and I think maybe even babe
  • 40:42
    a producer donor you two disgust me
  • 40:47
    on the new agenda podcast whenever you
  • 40:53
    talk about Trump
  • 40:54
    you guys always all-caps
  • 40:58
    defend him no matter how disgustingly
  • 41:01
    corrupt and criminal his behaviors are
  • 41:03
    you are diehard Republicans and it shows
  • 41:06
    not that is quite insulting actually
  • 41:09
    someone calls us Republicans but okay
  • 41:10
    it's clear there is no low that Trump
  • 41:14
    could stoop to that you guys wouldn't be
  • 41:16
    supportive of and praise I've come to
  • 41:19
    the conclusion that you are both
  • 41:20
    hardcore Trump errs and I will no longer
  • 41:22
    be listening to this podcast I stand for
  • 41:25
    country and moral values over party and
  • 41:28
    when any president is breaking the law
  • 41:31
    I support impeachment the fact that you
  • 41:34
    two can't see past your crazy loyalty to
  • 41:36
    party disturbs me how can you let a
  • 41:40
    president exhibit behaviors so I took
  • 41:47
    this to heart and decided to explain
  • 41:50
    what is happening for brother for there
  • 41:54
    is of course no criminal behavior and
  • 41:58
    the thing the mistake that people on
  • 42:01
    Twitter make is they go back and forth
  • 42:03
    with the with the Liberals call what
  • 42:05
    about is I'm absolutely correct about
  • 42:07
    that say well but they got this from
  • 42:10
    Ukraine on Trump and Christopher Steele
  • 42:11
    was a foreign agent he did this one from
  • 42:13
    but I didn't want to of course and even
  • 42:16
    the people yelling although this person
  • 42:18
    I'm not too sure people are yelling this
  • 42:20
    they kind of know that but that's not
  • 42:23
    really what impeachment is about
  • 42:26
    impeachment when we talk of high crimes
  • 42:29
    and misdemeanors can really be
  • 42:31
    determined Amin herbai itself is a
  • 42:34
    fantastic term and you can use it for
  • 42:37
    any amount of things I could even make a
  • 42:39
    case that being unpress
  • 42:40
    densha could be shown to be misdemeanor
  • 42:45
    but the trick to impeachment is you have
  • 42:48
    to get the entire country behind it
  • 42:52
    otherwise it'll just be useless
  • 42:54
    I think everyone at this point knows
  • 42:55
    House of Representatives files the
  • 42:57
    articles of impeachment the Senate then
  • 43:00
    is the judge and jury with the Supreme
  • 43:02
    Court justice the head Justice the big
  • 43:04
    wanna Big Kahuna that presiding over a
  • 43:06
    real it's like a court drama really and
  • 43:08
    you have real lawyers and prosecutors in
  • 43:10
    the Senate they are the judge and jury
  • 43:13
    and you need to convince them and so
  • 43:16
    we've heard already well you know
  • 43:18
    there's 35 Republicans if they can vote
  • 43:20
    in secret and any 5 percent need to be
  • 43:28
    the concept that is being played here
  • 43:31
    for whatever reason maybe there's
  • 43:33
    thousands of sealed indictments
  • 43:34
    everybody's running scared they got to
  • 43:36
    do whatever they can't I don't know I'd
  • 43:38
    believe it when I see it but when I even
  • 43:41
    saw the Drudge Report and a buddy of
  • 43:43
    mine in Holland the robe against that
  • 43:45
    called me up he said wipe is Drudge
  • 43:48
    turning on Trump I said this is the
  • 43:52
    machine is in full gear the machine is
  • 43:55
    going 100% Matt Drudge is a part of the
  • 43:57
    machine I'm sure he's part of some
  • 43:59
    intelligence somewhere in his back right
  • 44:01
    I mean have we ever doubted this of
  • 44:04
    course not so the machine is trying to
  • 44:07
    put into the people the feeling that
  • 44:11
    this president has to go in fact George
  • 44:15
    Stephanopoulos of ABC's this week a
  • 44:17
    Clinton insider an operative still
  • 44:20
    interviewed the Speaker of the House
  • 44:22
    Nancy Pelosi who would be the one to
  • 44:23
    actually call for a vote to file for the
  • 44:27
    articles of impeachment which means it
  • 44:29
    would be real this is all just talk
  • 44:31
    until until they actually vote on it
  • 44:33
    it's nothing but listen to her own words
  • 44:36
    both Nixon in the Clinton cases the
  • 44:39
    House passed a former resolution to set
  • 44:41
    up the inquiry why not take that step we
  • 44:44
    don't have to but we could
  • 44:46
    who was most afraid of that won't come
  • 44:47
    out the Republicans because they're
  • 44:49
    gonna have to decide wouldn't that make
  • 44:51
    the process even more airtight is not
  • 44:55
    necessary we feel that we're very firm
  • 44:57
    ground as we go forward and we may go to
  • 45:00
    that place this week of just because
  • 45:02
    it's a Republican talking point but it's
  • 45:05
    not necessary okay so what she just said
  • 45:08
    there is what we're not really doing a
  • 45:10
    real impeachment we're just doing an
  • 45:12
    inquiry unless I misheard that so it's
  • 45:14
    just generally accepted oh if we don't
  • 45:16
    really need that just let's just get
  • 45:18
    everyone talking about it that's what
  • 45:19
    she's going for need to push this and
  • 45:22
    and how do we tell people this we have
  • 45:24
    to continually hammer the message are
  • 45:26
    there and we are proceeding to get
  • 45:30
    further evidence as we go forward it
  • 45:33
    doesn't hinge on whether Mitch McConnell
  • 45:35
    has the guts to really do what the
  • 45:37
    Constitution requires or what the impact
  • 45:39
    is in the election but I will say this
  • 45:42
    having said all of that separate from
  • 45:45
    that
  • 45:47
    the reelection of Donald Trump would do
  • 45:49
    irreparable damage to the United States
  • 45:51
    this that we have some serious repair
  • 45:54
    and healing to do in our country for
  • 45:55
    what he's doing far
  • 45:57
    I don't not sure that to terms it might
  • 46:00
    be irreparable so you can see he wants
  • 46:01
    to take it step by step these two terms
  • 46:03
    might be irreparable that could that
  • 46:05
    could ruin the country and here's
  • 46:07
    Stephanopoulos talking with the ABC crew
  • 46:09
    after this interview you can see she
  • 46:10
    wants to take it step by step but she is
  • 46:12
    completely committed to this right now
  • 46:14
    I'm just gonna that's what's gonna lead
  • 46:16
    to a real showdown whether it's weeks or
  • 46:18
    months it's coming but that last
  • 46:19
    statement from her so quite strong very
  • 46:22
    strong statement from her it was so
  • 46:26
    strong I can't remember it
  • 46:28
    irreparable damage if he if he has a
  • 46:31
    second term what proof does she have of
  • 46:34
    that no stop forget the proof it's not
  • 46:36
    about the proof the whole idea is to put
  • 46:39
    into your head just like we just
  • 46:42
    discussed earlier even the journalists
  • 46:45
    didn't and they're not reading the
  • 46:47
    articles they're reading headlines that
  • 46:49
    listen to sound bites go ask the
  • 46:52
    question because that's the question if
  • 46:53
    I was stepping oh please if you play
  • 46:59
    more of the clip I bet you he does know
  • 47:01
    I bet she doesn't cuz I watched the
  • 47:02
    whole interview but again no one
  • 47:07
    actually goes back to the transcript
  • 47:09
    most people on television including well
  • 47:11
    Nancy Pelosi herself when they talk
  • 47:14
    about the transcript and what the
  • 47:16
    president said and what or what the
  • 47:19
    transcript is I don't know what who said
  • 47:21
    what what the transcript read but that
  • 47:23
    they're all basing this off of even she
  • 47:26
    denies the English truth you know you
  • 47:29
    support chairmanship but was it right
  • 47:31
    for him to have that dramatic
  • 47:33
    interpretation of the president's
  • 47:34
    transferred the phone call at the
  • 47:36
    hearing last week so this so this is
  • 47:38
    about shift you remember he did this
  • 47:40
    whole thing with you know made stuff up
  • 47:43
    made it sound like a like a Mafia don
  • 47:46
    movie and he got criticized and he said
  • 47:48
    oh no it's a parody shift the head of
  • 47:51
    the Intelligence Committee actually said
  • 47:52
    it's a parody Nancy I guess forgot this
  • 47:55
    no you support the chairmanship but was
  • 47:57
    it right for him to have that dramatic
  • 47:59
    inter
  • 47:59
    rotation of the presidents transferred
  • 48:02
    the phone call at the hearing last week
  • 48:03
    I want the American people to know what
  • 48:05
    that phone call was about I want them to
  • 48:07
    hear it so yeah it's there it's sad but
  • 48:11
    it was using the president's own words
  • 48:13
    so if he's those weren't the president's
  • 48:15
    words is the interpretation of the
  • 48:17
    president's words you're saying he made
  • 48:18
    this up he did not make it up and the
  • 48:25
    leader of the House of Representative
  • 48:27
    the day for that cat let's finish it up
  • 48:30
    because she literally said no I didn't
  • 48:32
    make these were coming from together get
  • 48:36
    rid of this woman and I have to give
  • 48:38
    Stephanopoulos some props here because
  • 48:40
    he actually said no that those word
  • 48:42
    heard his words those weren't the
  • 48:44
    president's words whose an
  • 48:45
    interpretation of the president's works
  • 48:46
    you're saying he made this up you did
  • 48:48
    not make it up and and I want to tell
  • 48:50
    you something oh that's her tell I've
  • 48:54
    now decided when she's about to tell you
  • 48:56
    something well it's always a look and
  • 48:58
    then I want to tell you something that's
  • 48:59
    her tells an interpretation of the
  • 49:01
    president's works just saying he made
  • 49:02
    this up you did not make it up and and
  • 49:04
    look I want to tell you something when I
  • 49:07
    took the oath of office to support and
  • 49:09
    defend the Constitution as my colleagues
  • 49:11
    have done as well I did not say I will
  • 49:13
    do this as long as the Republicans can
  • 49:15
    understand the Constitution so the fact
  • 49:18
    that their loyalty is to trump and not
  • 49:20
    to the Constitution is not going to slow
  • 49:22
    down or or impair our ability to keep
  • 49:27
    the Republic okay whatever she said but
  • 49:33
    she's full of it because it's not
  • 49:34
    exactly what was in the transcript at
  • 49:37
    all it's not what Schiff said it's
  • 49:39
    almost as if she didn't read it but
  • 49:40
    that's not us beyond the point it's not
  • 49:41
    about what's true or not the idea is to
  • 49:44
    get the entire machine the machine is
  • 49:47
    the m5m the machine is the social media
  • 49:50
    and it's worldwide its worldwide that's
  • 49:53
    why you're hearing the same copies
  • 49:55
    everywhere what you just played from LBC
  • 49:58
    and that is the plan and some people
  • 50:01
    take it rather far Rachel Maddow is is a
  • 50:05
    very success fairly successful podcaster
  • 50:09
    a very successful television host
  • 50:12
    and she is a strong leader for people
  • 50:15
    who love this type of thinking about
  • 50:18
    getting rid of the president but she got
  • 50:20
    sucked into a conspiracy theory which
  • 50:22
    was just beautiful and wanted you all to
  • 50:25
    hear it because you'll be hearing more
  • 50:27
    of it it actually contains my favorite
  • 50:29
    bit about the secret vote if the
  • 50:31
    Senators could vote in secret then he
  • 50:32
    would definitely be impeached and kicked
  • 50:34
    out yeah that's the way we like
  • 50:36
    democracy vote in secret this is all
  • 50:38
    good now so Rachel Maddow is promoting
  • 50:41
    her new book called blowout which I'd
  • 50:44
    like to read because it's about
  • 50:45
    pipelines every appearance she's done
  • 50:47
    about this book has not been about the
  • 50:49
    book at all they show the cover all
  • 50:51
    right we'll talk about that later and
  • 50:52
    they never do they just promote don't
  • 50:54
    talk about what's in the book they all
  • 50:56
    want to talk about Trump in the
  • 50:57
    impeachment and she is a form of
  • 50:59
    authority show she's on the view with
  • 51:02
    the ladies of the view and they just
  • 51:04
    roll out a doozy my question for you
  • 51:06
    though is that I just nod I think he's
  • 51:09
    going to be impeached it's not my job
  • 51:14
    okay yeah well what's your read on the
  • 51:16
    fact that you know if he is impeached
  • 51:18
    she'll never be convicted than the
  • 51:19
    Senate because Moscow mitches in charge
  • 51:21
    and he's not going to do it you know
  • 51:25
    that's sort of the way it works we've
  • 51:26
    only ever had two presidents impeached
  • 51:28
    one in the 1860s one in the 1990s and in
  • 51:31
    both this is a very interesting way of
  • 51:33
    answering the question instead of saying
  • 51:35
    yeah Bill Clinton was impeached she just
  • 51:37
    does some dates so we don't really think
  • 51:38
    about the you know I was like two guys
  • 51:41
    I'm like a whole guy I go well a long
  • 51:43
    time something back and then who knows I
  • 51:45
    think you know that's sort of the way it
  • 51:48
    works we've only ever had two presidents
  • 51:50
    impeached one in the 1860s one in the
  • 51:52
    1990s and in both cases they were
  • 51:54
    impeached in the house and then the
  • 51:55
    Senate didn't throw them out that's sort
  • 51:57
    of the way we've done it it doesn't mean
  • 51:58
    that you shouldn't if the Constitution
  • 52:00
    requires you and if the country's honour
  • 52:02
    requires you to engage somebody I feel
  • 52:05
    notice the country's honor
  • 52:07
    not that not really the law or
  • 52:10
    Constitution it's the honor and that's
  • 52:12
    what they're talking about and for that
  • 52:13
    from their perspective I say okay I get
  • 52:15
    it and that's what they're going after
  • 52:17
    for the honor of the way we've done it
  • 52:19
    it doesn't mean that you shouldn't if
  • 52:21
    the Constitution requires you and if the
  • 52:23
    countries honor required
  • 52:25
    - when - peach somebody I feel like
  • 52:27
    trying to game out what the political
  • 52:29
    consequences are gonna be nobody can
  • 52:31
    figure it out nobody can predict it we
  • 52:33
    haven't done this enough we look at how
  • 52:34
    it's working he's unraveling already
  • 52:36
    because of it working
  • 52:37
    he's impeached and convicted right let's
  • 52:41
    just say because you only need let's say
  • 52:43
    20 Republican senators but I think you
  • 52:46
    you've quoted something that said maybe
  • 52:48
    35 Republicans under cover like Jeff
  • 52:51
    Flake or very secretly yeah okay she is
  • 52:58
    a lawyer a lawyer saying oh yeah so
  • 53:01
    let's just say that happens she just
  • 53:03
    like that will happen like we'll have a
  • 53:05
    secret vote for impeachment in the
  • 53:08
    Senate the the resident lawyer of the
  • 53:10
    show but it's something that's maybe 35
  • 53:13
    Republicans undercover like Jeff Flake
  • 53:16
    oh very secret let's say that happens it
  • 53:21
    looks like and then vice president pence
  • 53:22
    would become president pence but it
  • 53:24
    looks like vice president pants knew
  • 53:26
    about this phone call with the Ukrainian
  • 53:30
    president because he had an aide that
  • 53:32
    was on the call however he seems to deny
  • 53:35
    that he knew Trump was going after the
  • 53:37
    Biden's but that explanation seems a
  • 53:39
    little fishy Yeah right could you get in
  • 53:42
    as much trouble this is a new reporting
  • 53:45
    from the Washington Post which is that
  • 53:47
    pence basically did it - yeah that pence
  • 53:50
    as soon as Trump had this call with
  • 53:52
    Solinsky went over to talk to the Lensky
  • 53:54
    in person to say you're not getting any
  • 53:56
    military aid and we need you to do those
  • 53:59
    investigations and the whole defense
  • 54:01
    which is exactly what Trump is going to
  • 54:04
    be impeached for I mean making telling
  • 54:06
    another country to help us in the
  • 54:07
    election is both illegal and impeachable
  • 54:09
    right but making it contingent on
  • 54:11
    military aid is just that much worse
  • 54:13
    pence appears to have been the guy who
  • 54:14
    connected those things explicitly there
  • 54:16
    we go to that president his defense is
  • 54:18
    now I didn't know when I was telling him
  • 54:20
    to do these investigations that it was
  • 54:21
    necessarily about Biden but the
  • 54:23
    president had already had this Biden
  • 54:26
    discussion with the Ukraine pence his
  • 54:28
    top aide was on it he'd been given the
  • 54:29
    transcript at least twice he'd been
  • 54:31
    given it as part of his briefing
  • 54:32
    materials before that so the whole idea
  • 54:34
    that he didn't know seems really flimsy
  • 54:37
    so he
  • 54:38
    it's Nancy Pelosi president this is how
  • 54:47
    nuts has become like we talked about
  • 54:50
    this already that we talked about it
  • 54:52
    after the show actually we don't think
  • 54:54
    we talked by large O's yeah I don't
  • 54:57
    think we talked about it on the show
  • 54:58
    which is the danger of walking back to
  • 55:00
    the show danger who shouldn't do that
  • 55:02
    but I will say this a couple of weeks
  • 55:05
    ago the Lib Joe started going back and
  • 55:07
    forth at each other and this was their
  • 55:09
    scenario that they picked up from
  • 55:11
    somewhere from the views were all we're
  • 55:14
    all intelligent journalists guessing
  • 55:17
    this is weeks ago but the point is is
  • 55:21
    that the everyone reading from the same
  • 55:24
    playbook yeah but with the woods to play
  • 55:27
    the play book is the plate no it's not a
  • 55:30
    single play book the play book is shut
  • 55:33
    up he's nuts misdemeanor impeach him
  • 55:36
    everybody agrees everybody's on it's
  • 55:39
    Buffalo it's steamrolling even Biden
  • 56:13
    whatever focus on him that's the game
  • 56:16
    that's the game ladies and gentlemen
  • 56:19
    that's all it's about so we talk about
  • 56:22
    this is but unfortunately which I feel
  • 56:25
    bad that it puts some of our former
  • 56:27
    listeners man-overboard good man whoever
  • 56:31
    that was but did they seem to have bet
  • 56:36
    bought into the whole thing it just it's
  • 56:38
    futile it's very well yeah of course
  • 56:40
    that's why we're doing a podcast but
  • 56:43
    that is the system and it's a it's a big
  • 56:46
    big big system and it's been running
  • 56:48
    that way for a long time it's very
  • 56:50
    possible
  • 56:51
    get impeached I don't know it's anything
  • 56:54
    could happen
  • 56:54
    I know and he may get kicked out but
  • 56:56
    that's neither here nor there the fact
  • 57:00
    that this is happening the way it's
  • 57:01
    happening which can happen to any
  • 57:03
    president at any party shows you that
  • 57:06
    it's that our system has become shit
  • 57:09
    it's just shit with it with the media
  • 57:12
    and there's no way no way we've talked
  • 57:17
    about the long term scheme which is to
  • 57:20
    get Trump Houston after the first term
  • 57:22
    using any mechanism they can and they
  • 57:26
    just try everything they can try but it
  • 57:28
    works so well in the midterms so the
  • 57:31
    Democrats could get back that right yet
  • 57:34
    they're not gonna let up on this because
  • 57:36
    this is their only way of winning votes
  • 57:38
    they have there's no ideas and that this
  • 57:42
    is why they're gonna lose again to Trump
  • 57:43
    because all they're doing is focusing on
  • 57:45
    our trumpets you can't win by hating the
  • 57:48
    the opponent my you vote for me because
  • 57:51
    I hate you so the troll in the troll
  • 57:55
    room says they I guess the troll means
  • 57:58
    the Republicans had eight years to
  • 58:00
    impeach obama why didn't they because
  • 58:02
    they didn't they couldn't get the people
  • 58:04
    on board the people loved obama despite
  • 58:07
    what he was doing it's ultimately it's
  • 58:09
    the people who forced the
  • 58:11
    representatives to do it without that
  • 58:13
    buying they'll never do it it's not
  • 58:15
    going to happen so they're trying to jet
  • 58:17
    a mind control tricks trying to just
  • 58:19
    wash us with with with nastiness from
  • 58:24
    television radio and social media that's
  • 58:26
    that's the plan that's the whole plan
  • 58:28
    well they think that works I don't know
  • 58:33
    well you actually have gone on about
  • 58:37
    about this saying you do know and that
  • 58:40
    is it that the media's power over the
  • 58:43
    public has been screwed up by the
  • 58:46
    Internet
  • 58:47
    yes and I don't know if it's enough to
  • 58:49
    say you made a long speech about I think
  • 58:51
    two episodes ago if not the last but
  • 58:53
    that still holds true but I don't know
  • 58:56
    when I see this note for a man overboard
  • 58:59
    I start to question it so one one
  • 59:03
    weak-minded individual listen
  • 59:05
    I don't care either way it's good for
  • 59:07
    the show but so I'll give you an example
  • 59:09
    of how how the how the right is
  • 59:12
    countering this because of course we've
  • 59:14
    dug up some shit on Pelosi and good shit
  • 59:17
    too about her son Paul who I didn't even
  • 59:20
    know she had a kid named Paul did you
  • 59:26
    John Doe okay well yes Paul and he has a
  • 59:32
    very interesting job breaking our
  • 59:38
    addiction to oil they are developing
  • 59:41
    desirable efficient cars that get more
  • 59:44
    than 100 miles per gallon my son Paul
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    was here with me tells me that that is
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    part of the course and not to be
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    overwhelmed by that prospect that will
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    be considered the normal we're having a
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    very exciting day here in Washington DC
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    a lot of focus on innovation and
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    technology to help solve a lot of the
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    world's energy crisis both oil spills
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    which will be participating in cars and
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    efficiency which is represented today in
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    space and different adventures and using
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    technology from space to make human
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    conditions better here so Paul is
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    management at or was at the time of the
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    speech at vestroia group which he was an
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    executive at a getting a gas and oil
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    company and which is ok yeah I guess I
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    mean you know but oh oh he was also in
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    Ukraine
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    oh no and they interviewed him on TV
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    hello I'm Alex coop to a few a TV today
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    I'm speaking with Paul Pelosi jr. he is
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    a SAN francisco-based investor and
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    corporate finance expert and also
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    happens to be the son of Nancy Pelosi
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    the Minority Leader of the United States
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    House of Representatives hello mr.
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    Pelosi welcome the you a TV thank you
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    Alex pleasure to be here
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    what brings you to give now what do you
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    think he was in Kiev for two jean-claude
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    to me with some oil executives they're
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    probably that same corrupt company that
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    Biden got involved with was that the
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    answer you would give on television if
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    you were there do I have to ask it in
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    the form of a question
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    yes if you want the category for the for
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    the win gives a wonderful time of year
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    I'm here with the corporate governance
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    initiative and today we're here to talk
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    about soccer recently got an endorsement
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    from the world sports Alliance and we've
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    spoken with the Ukraine government about
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    collaboration for soccer for young
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    people you know the Ukraine's got a
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    great history in soccer and we hope to
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    share in that tradition going forward
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    the first of all it's a wonderful time
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    of year in Kiev
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    I love being Kyiv in the springtime the
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    blossoms are so great after that
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    Chernobyl deal and I'm here to talk
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    about soccer
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    uh-huh she run a court you have a
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    corporate governance business and you're
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    here in Ukraine speaking with represents
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    from the government investment bankers
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    discussing certain things relate to the
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    soccer exactly well the corporate
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    governance initiative what we do is is
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    we work with people to kind of bring
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    people together a spirit of cooperation
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    and sometimes religion and politics can
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    get tricky but sports is an area where
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    people seem to have a good competitive
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    healthy relationship and so it's a
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    pleasure to be here and to the people of
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    Ukraine and to meet the young kids that
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    are very enthusiastic about their
  • 1:02:37
    athletic futures so now watch that be
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    thrown about on Fox News and then Nancy
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    is she's a hypocrite and it's just gonna
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    go on and on and on and it'll spin right
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    back to trump and just it's just gonna
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    go on for another year
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    but now the way I see it they should
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    either impede that I beseech you must
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    impeach I beseech yeah
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    yeah well there's AB you know I'll tell
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    you what I'll tell you what with that
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    it's time for me to thank you for your
  • 1:03:13
    courage and say in the morning to you
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    the man who put the C and corporate
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    governance John C Dvorak but in the
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    morning to you mr. Adam curry also all
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    the morning hold on in the morning to
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    all boots on the ground feet in the air
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    subs in the water the Dames the nights
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    out there and the subs in the water and
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    they say that yeah you did now well in
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    the morning to the trolls in the troll
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    room good to see y'all and some
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    overboard some troll and hard and some
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    just here for the fun and that is
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    available to you every single day 24
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    hours there's always something going on
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    with the with the stream I mean it can
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    be up or down but when it's up just
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    kidding waiter problem earlier this
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    morning when it's up there's always some
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    great shows live shows as well and you
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    can interact live troll the hosts as
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    they're speaking it's fun to do
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    No Agenda stream dot-com also a big in
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    the morning to net Ned who we looked it
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    up I think net Ned Nez didn't he have a
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    one or two art selections in the past he
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    did a few easy to be has done art in the
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    past you study did some I don't know I
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    mean I don't know that he did it he was
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    picked hmm I think he's a virgin
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    well we've we've popped his album art
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    chart cherry in this case as we selected
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    his art for episode eleven seventy eight
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    the title that was snakes and spikes and
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    it was the the Dutch farmers on the
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    tractors blocking the highway and they
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    were proudly displaying their no agenda
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    podcast banners as one does during a
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    protest and we're very happy that he did
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    that it was a very nice piece there were
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    other good pieces to look at as well and
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    you can actually a hard shortage it was
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    a hard one to do that particular episode
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    why was it what was the problem I don't
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    know everything was almost good yeah but
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    it it's also it's difficult and you're
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    selecting someone's creative work
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    I feel like a like an art judge
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    you are but I'm not really qualified
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    think that's bullcrap you have no idea
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    oh really
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    thank you makes me feel that much better
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    I know it just all the fighters any art
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    judge there is no there's that you look
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    at a lot of art and been doing it for
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    ten years you're judging it you're a
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    judge what do you got ten years
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    experience who what brother art judges
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    do you know that how Deb County judges
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    don't have that much experience usually
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    they're pretty ever gone to a County
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    Fair and see with some of the picks they
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    might convince me I'll return Christie's
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    call I promise that time no agenda are
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    generated calm is where you can see all
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    of the artwork and also you can upload
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    your own and participate in this grand
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    experiment because this is our value for
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    value a system now we have a network of
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    people everybody put something in they
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    get out of it what they want to get out
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    and if not then they don't put anything
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    back in sometimes it's a ying yang and
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    it and in my opinion if you don't put
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    anything in you hate the show writing
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    those nasty notes is great entertaining
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    any reason because you basically just
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    contributed to the show in a very good
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    manner so it you can't get away from our
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    system value for value and we also like
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    to thank people for their financial
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    support which is a tan actual real value
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    that you can measure then we have some
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    people to thank for today's episode
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    eleven seventy nine starting with guess
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    who finally showed up here he is he's
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    back who sir anonymous of dark patches
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    came in with 1062
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    go to the bottom of what some of these
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    he has an issue with something recently
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    and we have to Kirk we have to work on
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    what's going on tell me what's happened
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    yeah here's let me read the note you'll
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    get here wait a minute let me just think
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    hold on one second 1062 you said yeah
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    okay so it's not that's not a of a
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    Gaudreau no it's not it's part of the
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    avogadro bits not avvocato thank you for
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    your great analysis the deconstruction
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    from the m5 mm and thanks to all the
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    producers that make the show remarkable
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    I would like to correct a request a
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    correction to your show notes Oh
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    11 episode 1167 shows my name above sir
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    euchre of this of Sandy Ridge he donated
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    1167 and I donated 11 62 he gets top
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    billing so please correct I use snail
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    mail and my donation delivery is
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    variable but the amount of my donation
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    is not a mistake
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    and correct information on this is
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    important to me what does what what
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    episode was that 1167 okay a couple of
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    things we have to discuss before we go
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    on with this note first of all there is
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    no real it's not really by order of when
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    you put the executive producers and
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    associate second of producers in the
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    list it's not the highest amount of
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    money goes at the top it's just
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    coincidental it's done that way because
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    it comes straight off the spreadsheet
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    and sometimes it it might not be in that
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    in the correct order especially if
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    someone sends a sends a note it goes
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    through a different process and it's in
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    a different engine when we're do putting
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    it together you might skip one and then
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    you put it on it maybe at the end it
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    won't be in the correct order
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    necessarily it's not it meant to be a
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    deal that it has to be in the correct
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    order but now in going on from there
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    his apparent that which we've been
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    determining there's some sort of code
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    involved here yeah
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    and when he said make he gives it away
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    he's very slowly giving away some of the
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    information that were urine for my
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    donation delivery is variable but the
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    amount of my donation is not a mistake
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    and correct information on this is
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    important to me okay so today's level at
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    n 62 and that was 11 I have no idea but
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    there's a string of numbers involved
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    here and well what I've done in the mean
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    time is I have honored his request and I
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    have gone back he has high priority yes
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    I've gone back to these show notes for
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    1167 the title that was 9 dashed line
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    and I have put him under Sir Yu Kura of
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    Sandy rich as as per his request nice
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    it's very now so I wonder what was his
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    amount on 1167 it was it was 11 62
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    [Music]
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    he donated 1167 at us serve Sandy Ridge
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    and animus was 1162 five bucks less
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    okay sorry anyway onward sorry for the
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    delay this month getting to a place to
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    print and mail has been hard recently
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    and thank you for your researching the
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    loaves & Fishes housing the u.s. is
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    unique in its religious and volunteer
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    infrastructure that displaces wasteful
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    government bureaucracy and political
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    vote gathering social efforts by
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    offering altruistic incentive to workers
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    unfortunately volunteerism and his
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    altruistic motivation is being displaced
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    by politically motivated big-money
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    donors Soros that make it a governmental
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    or business oriented 501c3 effort this
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    is not a good trend and a true breakdown
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    of US values yes this has begun some
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    time back I say I personally traced this
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    low low you can trace it further back
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    but I traced it to the Hurricane Katrina
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    the one that knocked the levees down and
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    there was all these volunteers and then
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    down in that area there's a lot of hams
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    a lot of volunteers a lot of people can
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    get out there and get the job done and
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    the US government kept them out that's
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    right especially the hams
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    John is loadshedding a new reality in
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    California I am used to it and have
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    generators in my developing country
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    abodes but no power silicon no power
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    Silicon Valley panic in the streets no
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    the answer to that is no zero panic n J
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    and K and he says I use just to clarify
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    I use n j NK to tighten the donation
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    section and not because I don't enjoy
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    wonderful combinations other producers
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    requests and I gotta tell you when we
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    receive something from Dogpatch I'm
  • 1:12:18
    always delighted not that me and it's
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    not the first response is not because of
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    the amounts he donates which are
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    astronomical in in in our world and
  • 1:12:27
    podcast terms not in Rachel Maddow's
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    world but in our world but it's the fact
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    that he keeps doing it that he is uh he
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    and you know we hadn't heard from him
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    for what six seven weeks I was worried
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    I'm like I hope he's okay we have no
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    idea who he is we don't know where he's
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    from we don't know what country he's in
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    and I'm just I'm usually travels a lot
  • 1:12:46
    he's a Muslim
  • 1:12:47
    and he likes code numbers which now I'm
  • 1:12:50
    just racking my brains for this clearly
  • 1:12:56
    he wants us to figure it out because
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    he's hinting where am I finally you
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    funny well I think we've mentioned it
  • 1:13:02
    before but just to make sure that we try
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    to figure it out well we have code
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    Buster's that are if that's not us not
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    the code Buster's here well thank you
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    very much your honor mrs. Dogpatch in
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    lower slovakia and you will be on top of
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    today's executive producer list where
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    you belong in this case all right onward
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    to anonymous and Yarmouth Maine
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    anonymous dude named Ben to be exact
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    and I believe
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    this is the note from him
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    well how anonymous is this guy he's
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    anonymous but you have his note yes
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    thank you so much for thank you so much
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    for no agenda the two of you have
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    enhanced my life immeasurably and he
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    becomes an insta Nights today with
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    $1,000 and he's from Yarmouth Maine I
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    think you mentioned that can I please
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    take the name sir hashtag blessed if
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    available and I'd like cavity to be at
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    added to the round table refreshments
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    and can you play the twenty thirty amna
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    pocalypse and it's real jingles why did
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    I see an anonymous dude named Ben in his
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    email you see something different and I
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    think we should err on the side of
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    caution that was confused because they
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    had the wrong email open okay so I mean
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    just two in a row fantastic thank you so
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    much anonymous dude named Ben yes and
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    I'm going to order the cavity for you
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    right away and as far as I know that
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    name is available
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    [Music]
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    it's real it's real
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    you've got Karma
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    [Music]
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    Neal Gartner comes the next weird four
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    five six seven and he's actually sent in
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    an email which I have in front of me I
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    printed it out well
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    old school um and it's got a big fan of
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    both you guys Adam from headbangers ball
  • 1:15:22
    and the early MTV days then me vo
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    there's pod show in the middle and John
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    from PC Magazine and cranky geeks I
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    always save the inside track in your
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    editorials to read last they were the
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    best okay so i've listened for a long
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    time and never contributed valia valia
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    isn't covered with this donation so more
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    will follow I only have one beef I
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    finally got into d start to participate
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    in the ham takeover I found that it's
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    moving to all-star and eco-link I'm a CW